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Teachers, staff, students, parents and the community work in partnership to create life-long learners who are responsible, productive citizens.

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Lowell Elementary School's mission is to ensure the personal and intellectual success of all students by having high expectations, a commitment to excellence, and a comprehensive school program, confirming the belief that all students can learn and lead responsible, satisfying lives.

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  • Challenged, engaged, and respectful students
  • Safe, clean, and welcoming campus
  • Friendly, positive, and nuturing school climate 

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Published: 3/31/15

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Did You Know That The Lowell ...

…has received additional funding to increase parent involvement and has started a research-based pilot program called "VIPS Tutors?"  This amazing group provides systematic tutoring for students who benefit from additional opportunities to develop critical literacy skills.

Principal's Message

Dear Lowell Families,

Since the February edition of the Lowell Log, so much has transpired that continues to speak volumes about the Lowell Legacy.  While highlighting exemplary events and success stories is always a precarious endeavor when you're at a school with so many remarkable things going on, I just had to share two incredible happenings...

Dads' Donut Day was once again a tremendous success, thanks to a dedicated committee of tireless volunteers!  The cafeteria was filled to standing-room only capacity with countless students, dads and staff members enjoying a fun morning together at Lowell.  This is another event that really is a testament to the value that our teachers, staff and families place on being actively involved in our school.  Just as important to note, Dads' Donut Day is yet another example of many of our PTA events that are produced purely to build community, with no fundraising componenet - a core mission of Lowell's national award winning PTA.

Our fifth grade student council officers and representatives joined me in touring City Hall!  Thanks to Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price, our student leaders were provided with an inside look at the important work that our city leaders engage in.  It was especially inspiring to see our kids sitting in the same seats that our mayor and city councilmembers sit in during council meetings, knowing that one day they will be the ones leading our great city.  After touring each of the offices for each district, our students and I gained a new appreciation for both the diversity of our city, as well as how truly fortunate we are to live in Long Beach.

Thank you, again, for helping our students to develop a foundation for a lifetime of success, as we support them in achieving the American Dream through a world-class education!

With Gratitude and Appreciation,

Sam Platis
Principal, Lowell Elementary School

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Principal's Message

Dear Lowell Families,

 

Since the February edition of the Lowell Log, so much has transpired that continues to speak volumes about the Lowell Legacy.  While highlighting exemplary events and success stories is always a precarious endeavor when you’re at a school with so many remarkable things going on, I just had to share two incredible happenings…

 

Dad’s Donut Day was once again a tremendous success, thanks to a dedicated committee of tireless volunteers!  The cafeteria was filled to standing-room only capacity with countless students, dads and staff members enjoying a fun morning together at Lowell.  This is another event that really is a testament to the value that our teachers, staff and families place on being actively involved in our school.  Just as important to note, Dad’s Donut Day is yet another example of many of our PTA events that are produced purely to build community, with no fundraising component – a core mission of Lowell’s national award winning PTA.     

 

Our fifth grade student council officers and representatives joined me in touring City Hall!  Thanks to Third District Councilwoman Suzie Price, our student leaders were provided with an inside look at the important work that our city leaders engage in.  It was especially inspiring to see our kids sitting in the same seats that our mayor and city councilmembers sit in during council meetings, knowing that one day they will be the ones leading our great city.  After touring each of the offices for each district, our students and I gained a new appreciation for both the diversity of our city, as well as how truly fortunate we are to live in Long Beach. 

 

Thank you, again, for helping our students to develop a foundation for a lifetime of success, as we support them in achieving the American Dream through a world-class education!

 

With Gratitude and Appreciation,

 

Sam Platis

Principal, Lowell Elementary School

The Lowell PTA Picnic at Recreation Park, June 19, 1931

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