The second graders of Lowell School shared their "Journey Around The World" project showcasing their cultural experiences. Invited to the presentation were the Administrators, parents, fellow classmates and staff. Some students chose to dress in traditional clothing representing their country as part of their presentation..
On Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 7:00 pm, you're invited to the Nellie K. Parker Elementary School for a celebration of Bonding Through Books and 15 years of Bergen Reads. For more info email DavidS@jfnnj.org or call 201-820-3944.
Registration will begin on Friday, April 14th for this 8 week season plus playoff and Championship Game. For more information call, Coach Troy @ 347-791-4930, or Coach Van @ 917-324-0734 or visit the website at email@example.com. Young ladies are welcome!
Congratulations Ms. Ryerson and Mr. Infante, PE teachers, and Lowell school on surpassing their goals for the Jump Rope for Heart event. A total of $6, 214.17 was raised by students, staff and through on-line donations. A check in the amount of $6,214.17 will be sent to the American Heart Association.
Following Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's example of contributing to communities, the second grade classes completed a community service act in his honor. They donated items to the organization, Shelter Our Sisters.
The Kindergarten class participated in a Science Fair. Projects and experiments covered a wide variety of topics ranging from the solar system, life cycles, surface tension and density. Parents, grandparents, and other Lowell students visited the faiir. It was an enriching experience for all!
Third grade students celebrated the end of their information writing unit with a Publisher's Party. Students in Mrs. Drelich, Ms. Hondros, and Mr. Hiel's classes presented their completed works to parents, friends, and teachers. Some of the topics covered by students included animals, foreign countries, sports, and art. Great job third graders.
The first graders in Mrs. Rome's class wanted to do a project to help others in the community. The children made cards that were given to Meals on Wheels. Meals on Wheels is an organization committed to supporting their senior neighbors to live healthier and more nourished lives in their own homes. The cards will be deliverd for Valentine's Day. They hope to add some smiles to their day.
Students and staff were given health goals and challengs.
The second grade students learned about different culturals, religions, and holiday traditions through class rotation.
Kindergarten class learn all about fire safety from class parent, Mr. Curley of the North Hudson Fire Dept.
At the assembly, students received cetificates, PTO sponsored book fair coupons, and keepsakes honoring their efforts.