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Faces of Freedom choir

Lowell Joint School District students from the Elementary Schools along with the Rancho Starbuck choir perform in the Faces of Freedom performance. 

Lowell Joint School District Board Members with 2019 Teacher of the Year, Kristen Gober and 2018-19 Classified Staff of the Year, Sandy Jan

2019 Teacher of the Year, Kristen Gober from Meadow Green Elementary and 2018-2019 Classified Staff of the Year, Sandy Jan from the Guidance/Curriculum Department are presented their awards for their Outstanding Year.  

1st grade teacher, Miss Braski helps a student in class

Miss Braski helps one of her 1st grade students while teaching at Jordan Elementary.

Rancho Starbuck receives an award for being a High Performing Middle School.

Rancho Starbuck Principal Linda Takacs, Rancho students and PTA along with Jan Averill; Assistant Superintendent, Education Services Sheri McDonald; Board Member Fred Schambeck; Superintendent Jim Coombs; and Dr. David Verdugo display their much deserved award as a High Performing Middle School.  Many thanks to Director of Schools to Watch Dr. Irv Howard for presenting this award.  Congratulations to Rancho Starbuck!

A student concentrates while in the computer lab.

A primary grade student concentrates while spending time in the computer lab at Meadow Green Elementary.

A Rancho Starbuck student uses technology while in class.

A Rancho Starbuck student utilizes the different programs and technology while in class.

Macy Principal David Shun high fives a group of kids as they run in the Fun Run.

Principal David Shun high fives a group of 2nd graders as they run past him in the Macy Fun Run.

Rancho Starbuck students observe a moment of silence during a 911 ceremony.

During a 911 Ceremony, Rancho Starbuck students observe a moment of silence.

Jordan Elementary students take their learning outdoors.

Jordan Elementary students and teachers take their learning outdoors.

Rancho Starbuck Principal Linda Takacs participates in a 911 ceremony.

Rancho Starbuck Principal Mrs. Takacs participates in the 911 Ceremony.

A young student participates in class.

A young student participates in class.

The Rancho Starbuck drumline practices.

The Rancho Starbuck drumline practices for an upcoming performance.

A student uses her virtual reality glasses in class.

A student looks in her virtual reality view master as part of her lesson.

Mrs. Gober's 3rd grade class listens while she teaches.

Mrs. Gober's 3rd grade class actively listens while she teaches.

Latest News

Local Control Accountability Planning Survey

The annual Local Control Accountability Planning (LCAP) Survey is now available through March 1st. Please follow the link attached. As always, if there are any questions please don't hesitate to contact the District Office at (562) 943-0211.

Calendar

Board of Trustees Board Meeting

Time: 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Lowell Joint School District Boardroom - 11019 Valley Home Avenue, Whittier 90603
Mar 4

District Mission

The Lowell Joint School District is committed to providing a strong academic program of 21st Century Skills with a well-rounded program of diverse and innovative subject offerings.  All District Schools emphasize the importance of education, the family, and traditional values.  We stress the value of personal integrity, social responsibility, and a respect for our national heritage.​  The Lowell Joint School District envisions a culture where technology empowers all members of the school community to achieve success and expand learning beyond the walls of the classroom. All stakeholders will utilize technology to become highly competent in a technological world through continuous improvement in academics, career, and life.