Lowell Parent Community (LPC)

The Lowell Parent Community’s (LPC) mission is to facilitate a positive, welcoming, and inclusive climate for all parents and to work closely with the school in meeting its goals.

How You Can Help

The LPC plans a great lineup of beloved activities every year. Each event relies on the time and participation of the Lowell community, and we hope each family will identify at least one event with which to volunteer. Check out the full listing of opportunities on the LPC Resource Board in the Parent Portal.

Executive Committee

Sarah Robbins
Vice President/Treasurer
Robyn Epstein
Communications Coordinator
Jade Floyd
Volunteer Coordinator
Karin Bencala
Learning Differences and Neurodiversity Group Chairs
Tom Lewis
Lowell Parents of Students of Color Group Chairs
Rashida Edmondson
Art Coordinator
Meghann Dunlap Kang
Community Service Coordinators
Mirenda Meghelli
Aimee Peoples
Grade Parent Coordinator
Jacqueline Dobranski
Lunch Coordinators
Jennifer Stewart
New Families Coordinator
Martinique Riley
Adventure Club and Social Events Chair
Julia Skapik
Book Fair Chairs
Anya Lynn-Alesker
Jennie Rabinowitz
Jenn Swope
Fall Bazaar Chairs
Liz Breckenridge
Katie Joselow
Jennifer Lewis
Fête Chairs
Anya Bemis
Rashida Edmondson
Tulin Ozdeger
Secret Shop Chairs
Lynsey Jeffries
Cheri McCloskey
Christine Taso
STEAMfest Liaisons
Joanna Barbour
Dan Barrie
Liz Breckenridge
Teacher/Staff Appreciation Chairs
Lindsay Harrison
Lara Quint
Sustainability Committee
Dan Barrie
Consuelo Campuzano

Lowell Parents of Students of Color (LPSC)

LPSC pursues its mission by hosting parent conversations, speakers, book clubs and other engaging activities, creating a gathering space for parents and students to reflect on diversity and inclusion topics, particularly as they relate to students of color.

Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (LDN) Parent Affinity Group

The LDN is a forum for Lowell families and faculty to engage in discussion and provide support and resources around learning differences, neurodiversity, strengths-based, and social-emotional learning. The group holds regular meetings and hosts events to share their work with the Lowell community.
Lowell School is a private PK-8th grade school located in NW Washington, DC. Our mission is to create an inclusive community of lifelong learners in which each individual is valued and respected.