Lowell parent: There’s room at our neighborhood school

Capitol Hill’s Lowell Elementary has gotten some tough press lately. Parent Jennifer Brown asked if CHS could help get the word out about something positive — the school has room to grow and wants Capitol Hill kids to be part of it:

Can you help get the word out – now that the APP program has been moved to Lowell@Lincoln in Wallingford we have room to grow as a neighborhood school. We plan to have on-site before and school childcare in addition to our before and after school programs in the fall.

Great things are happening at Lowell. With overcrowding at Stevens and Montlake we want to make sure that people are aware that Lowell is accepting new students and transfer students for the fall.

ENROLLMENT OPPORTUNITY!

Spring Tour Dates!


Lowell Elementary on Capitol Hill is currently accepting new students and transfer students for the 2012-2013 school year. 

Lowell Elementary is a welcoming and inclusive public school with high academic standards and expectations. Located at 11th Avenue East and East Mercer Street on Capitol Hill, Lowell has general education, advanced learning opportunities and special education programs. Lowell offers instrumental music to all fourth and fifth graders. 

Art, music, music therapy, physical education, and drama is offered to all students. There is  a wide variety of before and after school clubs including an award winning chess club, martial arts, cooking, Mad Science, Mandarin Chinese, Webkinz Crafts, Comedy, Yoga and a free, no tackle Rookie Rugby group open to all students in grades K-5 and all programs. 

Lowell Elementary on Capitol Hill is hosting school tours on April 23 and April 25, 2012 from 9:30am – 10:30am and an evening tour on April 30, 2012 6:30pm – 7:30pm (children’s activities in the lunch room for evening tour only). Come tour the school, meet the principal and teachers!  Please call Lowell Elementary at 206-252-3020 for more information.  

The Seattle Times reported on the school district’s “surging enrollment” last fall.

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