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    6th Grade NYC Trip

    5:45 am departure from Lowell on May 3
    5:00-5:30 pm arrival back at Lowell on May 5
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    6th Grade NYC Trip

    5:45 am departure from Lowell on May 3
    5:00-5:30 pm arrival back at Lowell on May 5

    3rd Grade Curriculum Celebration

    Third Grade Dance and Spanish Performance, begins in the Gym and conitinues in classrooms.

    Contact: Elly Porter
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    6th Grade NYC Trip

    5:45 am departure from Lowell on May 3
    5:00-5:30 pm arrival back at Lowell on May 5

    Board HSR Meeting

    Contact: Tammy Brown

    PP-3rd Grade Author Visit Sue Fliess

    Sue Fleiss will read to Pre-Primary-(Explorers, Voyagers and Adventurers only) to 3rd grade.


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    Annual Auction

    The Annual Auction is the Lowell Parent Community's largest fundraiser of the year, with all proceeds benefiting Lowell's financial assistance program. BUY TICKET NOW
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    New Parent Orientation

    Parents of newly enrolled students and current parents of PreK students coming upstairs to Kindergarten are invited to an orientation for the 2017-18 school year.
    Contact: Liz Yee
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    4th and 5th Grade Author Visit: Kristin Levine

    4th-10am-11am
    5th-11am-12pm

    MS Author Event- Kristin Levine

    Kristin Levine, Author of Lions of Little Rock, The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had, Paper Cowboy will present to the MS during their Gathering.
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    3rd grade Horizons Trip

    Third Graders will be at the Outdoor Learning Center at Horizons near Harrisonburg, VA. Information will be posted on our class web pages.
    Depart at 9:00 am on May 11.
    Return to Lowell 3:00 pm on May 12.

    Rising 8th Grade HS Admissions Workshop (Current 7th Grade Parents)

    Parents of rising 8th graders will partake in a workshop designed to provide support through the beginning steps of the High School admissions process. This is the first in a six-part series of workshops.

    RSVP with LaMecca Lcoates@lowellschool.org
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    3rd grade Horizons Trip

    Third Graders will be at the Outdoor Learning Center at Horizons near Harrisonburg, VA. Information will be posted on our class web pages.
    Depart at 9:00 am on May 11.
    Return to Lowell 3:00 pm on May 12.

    6th Grade Chorus and Band Concert

    6th grade will be giving their parents a short concert on May 12th to share their growth and newly acquired skills. Chorus will open the concert and band will give a rousing finish before school ends. 
    Contact: Mike Woods
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    POD Exhibition/Performance

    8th great Rose section students will be presenting their Project of Discovery, an independent research project on a topic of interest to them, to their parents and community members. Please join our celebration of learning!
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    Middle School Spirit Week

    • Pajama Monday
    • Tasty Tuesday (kids bring in food and have lunch with our delta groups)
    • Costume Wednesday (we wear costumes and have a catwalk like thing, during gathering)
    • Dave day/Lowell gear day Thursday (you can dress like dave or wear lots of Lowell clothing)
    • Dress like a teacher/ twin Friday

    Star Wars: Episode Twelfth Night Performance

    This exciting adaptation of William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night is set in the Star Wars Universe. Separated twins, light saber battles, droids, and Shakespeare's beautiful language will transport you to a galaxy far, far away. This performance is FREE! "May the Force Be With You."
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    Middle School Spirit Week

    • Pajama Monday
    • Tasty Tuesday (kids bring in food and have lunch with our delta groups)
    • Costume Wednesday (we wear costumes and have a catwalk like thing, during gathering)
    • Dave day/Lowell gear day Thursday (you can dress like dave or wear lots of Lowell clothing)
    • Dress like a teacher/ twin Friday

    Book Fair

    Hours: 8:30 am–6:00 pm
    This event celebrates the glorious role that books play throughout a Lowell education. More Information Contact Amy Mielke or Victoria Wegener.

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    Middle School Spirit Week

    • Pajama Monday
    • Tasty Tuesday (kids bring in food and have lunch with our delta groups)
    • Costume Wednesday (we wear costumes and have a catwalk like thing, during gathering)
    • Dave day/Lowell gear day Thursday (you can dress like dave or wear lots of Lowell clothing)
    • Dress like a teacher/ twin Friday

    Book Fair

    Hours: 8:30 am–6:00 pm
    This event celebrates the glorious role that books play throughout a Lowell education. More Information Contact Amy Mielke or Victoria Wegener.

    5th Grade Calleva Trip

    Depart Lowell at 8:30 am
    Return to Lowell 4:45 pm

    Book Character Dress Up Day

    Students in K-4 (5th grade will be on the Calleva trip) are invited to share their love of reading by dressing as a favorite book character and sharing out during Gathering on Wednesday, May 17th. Students are encouraged to name their chosen character and provide the book title or show the book to the community. Participation is optional. Dressing up should be simple--not like an elaborate Halloween costume (no masks please).

    Transition to MS Orientation

    Rising 6th grade parents will be coming to Parkside for a talk and presentation from Kavan for what to expect and also summer assignments for upcoming 6th graders.
    Contact: Kavan Yee

    Salary Negotiation Skills for Women Workshop

    ~Empower ~ Educate ~ Inspire~ 
    Learn the skils necessary to advocate for the wage you deserve at this free:
    Salary Negotiation Skills Workshop

    The average woman earns only 80 cents to every man's dollar in the United States, for doing the same job, but you can help fight this injustice.

    Help Us Close the Gender Wage Gap!
    Please RSVP requested, but not required to: dsmith@lowellschool.org
    Contact: Dawn Smith

    Strengthening Our Children's Ethical Fitness

    Want to strengthen your kids’ ethical fitness? How about their safety savvy?
    Please join Lowell parent, Dr. Jackie Dobranski; Director of Learning Services, Dr. Sarah Spencer; and School Counselor, Jolana Roberts on Wednesday, May 17, at 6:30 pm in the Primary School Library for a lively presentation on the moral and ethical development in children.
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    Middle School Spirit Week

    • Pajama Monday
    • Tasty Tuesday (kids bring in food and have lunch with our delta groups)
    • Costume Wednesday (we wear costumes and have a catwalk like thing, during gathering)
    • Dave day/Lowell gear day Thursday (you can dress like dave or wear lots of Lowell clothing)
    • Dress like a teacher/ twin Friday

    Book Fair

    Hours: 8:30 am–6:00 pm
    This event celebrates the glorious role that books play throughout a Lowell education. More Information Contact Amy Mielke or Victoria Wegener.

    5th Grade Calleva Trip

    Depart Lowell at 8:30 am
    Return to Lowell 4:45 pm

    Board Meeting

    Dinner at 6:30p
    Contact: Tammy Brown
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    Middle School Spirit Week

    • Pajama Monday
    • Tasty Tuesday (kids bring in food and have lunch with our delta groups)
    • Costume Wednesday (we wear costumes and have a catwalk like thing, during gathering)
    • Dave day/Lowell gear day Thursday (you can dress like dave or wear lots of Lowell clothing)
    • Dress like a teacher/ twin Friday

    Book Fair

    Hours: 8:30 am–6:00 pm
    This event celebrates the glorious role that books play throughout a Lowell education. More Information Contact Amy Mielke or Victoria Wegener.

    5th Grade Calleva Trip

    Depart Lowell at 8:30 am
    Return to Lowell 4:45 pm
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    Book Fair

    This event celebrates the glorious role that books play throughout a Lowell education. More Information Contact Amy Mielke or Victoria Wegener.

    New Playground Open House

    Art Inventory Sale

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    Spring Recital

    Spring recitals showcase the work of students from across the school, alums and from the local community. There are 3 times for recitals 10:00, 11:45 and 1:30. Teachers will contact parents about their performance time. Interested in doing lessons next year? This is a great opportunity for students and parents to see what instrumental lessons is all about. Come and join the audience for any of the shows.

    Class of 2013 Reunion

    Alumni, friends, and family return to Lowell for an afternoon of reconnection.
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    Pop Band Concert

    The pop band concert is the biggest showcase of musical talent Lowell puts on. Filled with great music, a cheering crowd and spectacular lights it is an event not to be missed. Multiple bands will play music into the evening with energy and enthusiasm - as well as great musical skill! Come join the fun!
    Contact: Mike Woods
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    Spin 'n Sip for the Annual Fund!

    Exclusive indoor cycling spin class for 18 at CYCLED! Takoma Park followed by a private happy hour at Republic Takoma Park for 25.

    5:30 pm spin class at CYCLED
    6:30-8:00 happy hour at Republic
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    4th Grade Music Mini-Concert

    Lowell School 4th Graders celebrate their growing skill on guitar, recorder, piano, xylophone, hand percussion, and voice with a short concert of African American Spirituals from The Underground Railroad on Wednesday, May 31 at 1:30 p.m.

    This mini-concert integrates with their year long-study of perspective. Fourth graders look at this African American art form through the lens of historical touch points: The Underground Railroad of the 1800s, The Civli rights Era of the 1950s-60s, and today's civil rights issues and American immigrants seeking refuge in Canada. Songs to be performed include "Follow The Drinking Gourd," "Gospel Train," and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." Student voice is reflected in the instruments on which they selected to perform.
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