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Lowell School is dedicated to your child’s happiness, safety and success. Our services include a nurse, social worker, and psychologist on our campus, as well as having a before and after school program, PEER, available at no cost to students of working parents. We also have free sports programs for students in grades 5-8 and art, music and physical education for all students.
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June 1, 2018
The University of Arizona’s Pharmacy Camp consisting of Lowell students was able to visit the staff at Scientific Technologies Corporation to learn about how STC supports the private and public sectors in tracking immunizations. Pharmacists at establishments such as Walgreens rely on STC’s programs to eliminate paperwork and make the record keeping more efficient.
Individuals showed how they developed programs through coding, how they analyzed real-time data, developed podcasts, and have grown over time providing services to existing customers and marketing to gain new customers. All were able to see how the various different departments work together to build a successful company.
Most importantly, the students heard from the staff how they used their passions to become the professional they are today. Whether it was their love of problem solving, interacting with others or being a gamer, they have now been brought together to achieve common goals that support the health of others. The inspiration and commitment expressed through the sharing of personal stories gives the students an opportunity to reflect, which may be the spark they need to launch their career path. Without these opportunities, they will never know what they do not know.
We appreciate your time, and we look forward to the continued partnership!
May 29th-July 20th (closed the week of July 2nd-July 6th)
Capitol Elementary School– 330 N 16th Ave, Phoenix AZ 85007
See flyer for more information (Capitol)
May 29th-July 20th (closed the week of July 2nd-July 6th)
Magnet Traditional School– 2602 N 23rd Ave, Phoenix AZ 85009
See flyer for more information (Magnet)
May 29th-July 5th (closed July 4th)
Lowell Elementary School– 1121 S 3rd Ave, Phoenix AZ 85003
See flyer for more information (Lowell)
For questions related to our Summer Feeding Sites please call 602-257-3742.
Superintendent Larry Weeks encourages all members of our district to immediately “SEE SOMETHING. SAY SOMETHING” should they see anything that seems suspicious. His letter sent to parents and staff outlines the measures we take to ensure safety, yet reminds that we must all be vigilant and report anything suspicious immediately to school or department leaders. Those leaders will bring the information immediately to his attention. Thank you for bringing any questions you have to the attention of campus or department leaders in the district or the Superintendent’s office at CommunityRelations@PhxSchools.org or 602.257.2912.
Please remind everyone you know – SEE SOMETHING. SAY SOMETHING.
Students in grades 3-8 will begin AzMERIT testing in April.
For more details regarding AzMERIT and Move on When Reading, please see:
Phoenix #1 proclaimed August “Attendance Awareness” month because we understand the strong relationship between good attendance at school and student achievement.
In fact, studies show that students with poor attendance in the early years tend to struggle with achievement throughout the rest of their school years. And, good attendance leads to high school graduation!
For more information, please read here about the effects of poor attendance.
May 11, 2017
Dear Phoenix #1 Families & Community;
At Phoenix Elementary School District #1, we have been working with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to conduct screening programs to determine if there is a presence of lead in school drinking water. ADEQ is coordinating with multiple state and local agencies, public water systems and public schools to proactively conduct these screening tests.
Lowell School drinking water was tested. There were no samples obtained that indicated a presence of lead in the drinking water above 15 parts of lead per billion parts of water (15 ppb). This is the level that is in compliance with federal drinking water standards.
We are pleased with these results. We will continue to work with ADEQ to insure the drinking water on our campuses is safe for students and staff. The safety and health of our students and staff is our number one priority.
Should you have further questions regarding this topic, there is information available at azdequ.gov/LeadScreeningProg or you can speak to Principal, Mr. Tyson Kelly or call my office at 602-257-2912.
Mr. Larry Weeks,
Superintendent, Phoenix Elementary School District #1
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17 de noviembre de 2017
Estimadas Familias y Comunidad de Phoenix #1;
En el Distrito Escolar Primario #1 de Phoenix, hemos estado trabajando con el Departamento de Calidad Ambiental de Arizona (cuyas siglas en inglés son ADEQ) para llevar a cabo programas de investigación para determinar si hay presencia de plomo en el agua potable de las escuelas. ADEQ está coordinando con varias agencias estatales y locales, sistemas públicos de agua y escuelas públicas para llevar a cabo proactivamente estas pruebas de detección.
Se revisó el agua potable de la Escuela Lowell. Ninguna de las muestras obtenidas indicó la presencia de plomo en el agua potable superior a 15 partes de plomo por mil millones de partes de agua (15 ppb). Este es el nivel que cumple con las normas federales del agua potable.
Estamos satisfechos con estos resultados. Seguiremos trabajando con ADEQ para asegurar que el agua potable en nuestras escuelas es segura para los estudiantes y el personal. La seguridad y la salud de nuestros estudiantes y personal es nuestra prioridad número uno.
Si usted tiene más preguntas sobre este tema, hay información disponible en azdequ.gov/LeadScreeningProg o usted puede hablar con el Director, el Sr. Tyson Kelly o llamar a mi oficina al 602-257-2912.
Sr. Larry Weeks,
Superintendente, Distrito Escolar Primario #1 de Phoenix
February 21, 2017
The flu is hitting us late this year compared to the rest of the United States. A combination of the following symptoms could mean you have the flu:
Fever (usually high)
Feeling very tired
Runny or stuffy nose
Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are more common in children
In our schools we have been seeing a lot of students with fevers, coughing and with vomiting. We need to work together to keep our students healthy. The most important way to prevent the flu is to keep hands clean. We need to wash our hands often and thoroughly with soap and water. If this is not possible, then hand sanitizer can be used. Other measures to keep in mind to stay healthy include:
Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze and discard the tissue, or use the inside of your elbow to block the cough/sneeze.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Do not return to school until you are fever free for at least 24 hours and have not used fever-reducing medications during those 24 hours.
Since the flu is contagious both before and after symptoms begin and end, it is best to stay at home until you are fully well and not experiencing a fever, vomiting or diarrhea at least 24 hours.
The best protection from the flu is receiving your flu shot. It is not too late to do this. To locate clinic near you visitwww.211Arizona.org/flu or call 211 within Arizona or toll free 1-877-211-8661 from anywhere.
Since you are contagious the day before you feel ill until the symptoms stop, it is best to stay home during this time of illness to help control the spread of the flu at school.
Thank you for your efforts in keeping all of our children healthy,
Lynette Wiltgen MSN, RN
Health and Wellness Coordinator
Febrero 21, 2017
La temporada de gripe ha llegado tarde este año en comparación del resto de los Estados Unidos. Una combinación de los siguientes síntomas podría significar que usted tiene gripe:
En nuestras escuelas hemos visto que muchos de nuestros alumnos con fiebre, tos y vomito. Necesitamos trabajar en conjunto para mantener a nuestros estudiantes sanos. La forma más importante de prevenir la gripe es mantener las manos limpias. Debemos lavarnos las manos con frecuencia y abundante agua y jabón. Si esto no es posible necesitamos usar desinfectante de manos. Otras medidas que pueden hacer para mantenerse saludable incluyen:
La mejor protección para la gripe es tomar una inyección contra la gripe. No es muy tarde para hacer esto. Para localizar una clínica cerca de usted visite www.211Arizona.org/flu, también puede comunicarse al 211 dentro del estado de Arizona o al número gratuito 1-877-211-8661 desde cualquier lugar.
Dado a que la gripe es contagiosa es mejor quedarse en casa al momento de sentir los síntomas hasta sentirse bien. Es mejor quedarse en casa durante la enfermedad para ayudar a controlar la propagación de la gripe en la escuela.
Gracias por ayudarnos a mantener a nuestros niños sanos.
Lynette Wiltgen MSN, RN
Coordinadora de Salud y Bienestar