All Parents! Please complete the Title 1 Survey by July 1, 2015. The information will be helpful in planning for the 2015-2016 school year. Click the link to go to surveymonkey.com https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/55M9Q3L
On April 20th students at T.A. Lowery Elementary School planted 16 trees on their school campus through the CommuniTree project. The students learned about the benefits of planting trees and the proper planting techniques. The Jefferson County Izaak Walton League, Elk Run Watershed Groups, T.A.L.E.S. PTO and JCS Maintenance Department were instrumental in planting the trees.
TA Terriers will work on the pillar of FAIRNESS. Terriers will continue to play by the rules, take turns and share! TA Terriers will be open-minded, listen to others without interrupting and blaming others. Go, Terriers!
TA Lowery students participated in a school wide Young Writers project. Students crafted a story. Each classroom selected 2 entries. Then Business Partners--Guy's Buick and Dalb selected the winning entries per grade level. Listed below are the grade level entries which have been sent on to the County Level.
First Grade: Pheasants by Annika Feagans My Friend by MaKayla Hughes
Second Grade: Dog and Cat Mysteries by Rebecca Logreco My Dog Pepper by Isaiah Mouton
Third Grade: A Cool Invention by Wyatt Young Winter by Claire Bouis
Fourth Grade: Surprising Days by Amber Chapman Ninety-Six by Alysa Logreco
Fifth Grade: The Shuffler by Anthony Pastora Hope by EmilyTenanty
TA Lowery 4th and 5th Graders participate in the National Geography Bee. Congratulations to Ashton Sendling, a fifth grade student in Mrs. Holler's class won top honors. Jack Kittlestad was runner up. Mr. Nick Marmorella was the mediator.
Smarter Balanced Assessment will take the place of WESTEST for the 2014-2015 school year. Click on the attachment to gain additional information about this new assessment and how to keep your child's skill sharp during a break.
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