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911 Ceremony at Rancho Starbuck

Rancho Starbuck students listen as the 911 Ceremony is underway.

Teacher and Classified Employee of the Year 2019

Our Teacher of the Year, Kristen Cooke and Classified Employee of the Year Mariana Ybarra are honored at La Habra City Hall.

Kindergartners at Macy are excited for the Fun Run to begin.

Kindergartners at Macy are excited for the Bubble Fun Run to begin!

Essay and Art Contest Winners

The winners for the Rancho La Habra Republican Women Federated Essay Contest Winners and the Art Contest Winners along with our Superintendent and Board Members.  Essay Contest Winners are Salina Williams - 1st grade; Kimberly Alcala - 2nd grade; Jacob Avalos - 3rd grade; Isabel Martinez - 4th grade; Aleeza Zaman - 5th grade; Sean Cunningham - 6th grade; Naomi Kim - 7th grade; Matthew Baxter - 8th grade; and Art Contest Winners are Chloe Hart - 7th Grade; and Fiona Sanchez (not pictured) - 8th grade
Congratulations to all our Winners!!!

Rancho Starbuck students at work in their robotics class.

Rancho Starbuck students are hard at work in their robotics class.

Patriots Day at Jordan

Jordan students, teachers and parents celebrate Patriots Day.

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. 

Rancho Starbuck band performs for their Christmas Show

Rancho Starbuck band performs for their Christmas Show

Mr. Lauprecht is teaching his 6th grade class.

Mr. Lauprecht is hard at work teaching his 6th grade class.

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.

Jordan Elementary students take their learning outdoors.

Jordan Elementary students and teachers take their learning outdoors.

A young student participates in class.

A young student participates in class.

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.

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Quest Program at El Portal

The Quest Program at El Portal has changed the learning environment for many students. Click on the link above to see how it has impacted students and teachers firsthand and how it has made students excited to learn things they may not otherwise get the opportunity to experience. Thank you El Portal Panthers!

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.‚Äč  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.