In response to the estimated $3,600,000 cuts to the Lowell budget for the 2022-2023 school year, vote to allocate an additional $100,000 to offset expenses in the Lowell SSC budget, if needed. This is in addition to the $200,000 already pledged to the Lowell school site budget, if needed
Join 🤝 the PTSA Board... Elections coming up at the end of the school year.
The Nominations Committee is working hard to prepare for the upcoming elections and to make sure the PTSA has a great board for the 2022-2023 school year.
Check out how you can help (Learn more) or contact the PTSA if you want to volunteer. The PTSA welcomes every member of the great Lowell family as there are plenty of fabulous projects to tackle.
LPTSA College Readiness Program: 'What Colleges are Looking For - Holistic Review in College Admissions' was a great success
Randolf Arguelles and the Lowell College Center gave a fabulous presentation on college admissions and answered numerous questions last night. Many parents and students of the Lowell community attended the recorded zoom call. If you missed it, you can watch it on your own schedule.
Thank you to all who contributed their time and expertise for Lowell PTSA Beautification Day 2022!
It was amazing seeing the level of community and dedication we have here at Lowell from current students and parents to faculty and alumni.
Through all your commitment we were able to plant a variety of plants and flowers in the front planter, clean the grass field, weed and prune the overgrown plants on main the stairwell, clean all the windows in the courtyard, restore bulletin boards, and paint the fire lane and the PE storage cabinet! Special thanks to Lowell Alum Noel Martinez for lunch from Cafe La Taza/Bar TZA
They are looking for volunteers who can help promoting, hosting, and planning events and resources offered by the Coalition to parents of high school students in the Bay Area.
Your role will serve as a link and liaison between the member school your student attends and the Coalition.Two or three parents represent each school, and each parent serves on the committee for that school year.
Description of Reps’ Activities:
Attend Coalition Meetings and Events during the school year. (1 meeting per month and a couple events per year) Act as a Liaison between your school administration and the Coalition; communication regarding membership dues, responsibilities, volunteer representative recruitment. Distribute Coalition PR materials for events and information with your school mailings, newsletters, and other communication channels to ensure school parents have access to Coalition events and information. Encourage parent engagement with Coalition events. Respond to calls from parents and school staff who wish to learn about the Coalition and its events and resources. Participate in Coalition activity team/s- lead or support an activity area according to interest and availability (outreach, PR, speaker research planning, tech support, leadership, etc). Train your successor by maintaining and sharing relevant documentation such as the yearly Coalition meeting calendar, planning meetings, Rep and Committee names and numbers, Coalition materials and resource lists, etc. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have questions.
Reporting Incidents to Administration (any incident)
Students and families should review their rights and responsibilities listed in the Student and Family Handbook (link). This is a valuable resource for our students to understand their rights to a safe and supportive school campus. As a reminder, if you experience any form of bullying or hate motivated discrimination, please report it immediately to your teacher, counselor or Assistant Principal Liverpool (email@example.com)