MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT PICTURE SCHEDULE NATION students will have their pictures taken Thursday, October 22nd RAIDER students will have their pictures taken Tuesday, October 27th
about 2 years ago, Scott Exford
Parents and Guardians: remember to fill out the COVID-19 Screening Form for your child every week. It is located on the homepage of our website or on our app. Thank you!
about 2 years ago, Rebecca Dunckel-King
All V/JV boys and girls soccer games will be streamed on NFHS. Go to NFHSnetwork.com; enter Lowville, click follow and click subscribe for your subscription. You can subscribe for one month or annually.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Jefferson Community College is offering a virtual presentation on the Financial Aid process to all Lowville families on Tuesday, October 13th at 6:00 p.m. This will be a live presentation in which you can ask questions or submit questions later. This presentation will also be recorded for you to watch at a later time. Below is the zoom link for the meeting: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87243496788
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Jefferson Community College is offering a virtual presentation on the Financial Aid process to all Lowville Academy families on Tuesday, October 13th at 6:00 p.m. This will be a live presentation in which you can ask questions or submit questions later. This presentation will also be recorded for you to watch at a later time. Below is the zoom link for the meeting: Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87243496788 Meeting ID: 872 4349 6788 Passcode: 327092
about 2 years ago, Brian Finn, High School Principal
Lowville Academy has cancelled their November 7, 2020 SAT test administration due to COVID. The College Board will be issuing refunds.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
The Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) Survey is also being administered to middle school students in grades 6 and 8. As a parent you have the right to decline your child’s right to complete the survey. Please let the Middle School Office know in writing if you do not wish your son or daughter to participate in the study. If you wish to view the survey, a blank copy is available for viewing in the Middle School office. The survey is being conducted under contract with Bach Harrison LLC, 116 S 500 E, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84102, a nationally known research firm. If you have any questions regarding the study, please contact Cassie Forbus or Chris Paige at Mountain View Prevention Services at 315-376-2321.
about 2 years ago, Scott Exford
10/5/2020 Dear Parents: Mountain View Prevention Services has been conducting the Prevention Needs Assessment (PNA) survey since 2001. Your child's class (grade 10 & 12) has been selected to participate in the PNA survey sometime during the weeks of October 5th through October 16th, 2020. This survey measures alcohol, tobacco, and drug use; the factors that place students at risk for problem behaviors, as well as violence within our schools and communities. This survey will also help us gauge the success of our current prevention and intervention attempts. The survey is entirely anonymous and voluntary. The surveys will be completed online, electronically so there are no names associated with the survey. Your child has the option of leaving blank any question that they encounter during the survey. All results from the study will be presented only in a group summary form with data collected from all of Lewis County. As a parent you have the right to decline your child’s right to complete the survey. Please let me know in writing only if you do not wish your son or daughter to participate in the study. If you wish to view the survey, a blank copy is available for viewing in the Middle School and High School offices. The survey is being conducted under contract with Bach Harrison LLC, 116 S 500 E, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84102, a nationally known research firm. If you have any questions regarding the study, please contact Cassie Forbus or Chris Paige at Mountain View Prevention Services at 315-376-2321. Sincerely, Brian E. Finn
about 2 years ago, Brian Finn, High School Principal
Parent Letter 9/28/2020 https://5il.co/lj5n
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Food Insecurity Survey For any family who pays full price for breakfast and lunch, but may be experiencing a higher need for assistance because of COVID-19, please fill out this survey. (Deadline: October 2, 2020.) https://forms.gle/f9h8D6QgT1wc7wXF8
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Superintendent's Day on Wednesday, October 7th. No school for any student: virtual or in person.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
LACS Logo
On September 23rd, at 12:00 on the front lawn of Lowville Academy Central School, we are holding a ceremony to celebrate the kick-off of the military veteran’s banner program initiated by sophomores and members of the Lowville FCCLA, Anna Exford and Mackenzie Ples, along with their advisor, Mrs. Suzanne Schwarting. The ceremony will give recognition to local veterans through the banners that were hung in the village of Lowville on September 3rd. The program will start with a welcome by the New York State FCCLA Vice President, Alexis Dekin, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by the LACS FCCLA Treasurer, Monica Rombough. The National Anthem will be sung by Cydnie Clark, a member of the LACS High School Chorus. Speeches will be made by Anna Exford and Mackenzie Ples, the Superintendent of Schools, Mrs. Rebecca Dunckel-King, and the leader of the Lowville American Legion, Mr. Lee Hinkleman. The ceremony will end with Taps being played by Kathryn Tuttle, who is a member of the LACS High School Band. We hope you can join us. If you plan to attend, please be sure to wear a face mask and to observe proper social distancing.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
The Elementary School Title I Parent Meeting was held Tuesday, September 15. If you were unable to attend but are interested in viewing the recording of the meeting, please contact Marie Western at mwestern@lowvilleacademy.org.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Lowville Academy has cancelled it's administration of the SAT Exam on Saturday, September 26th. Students should be receiving further information from The College Board.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy
Good Evening! This is a reminder to all lowville Academy high school students that we will begin our live in-person orientations starting on Tuesday, September 8th for grade 9 students, Wednesday, September 9th for grade 10 students, Thursday, September 10th for grade 11 students and Friday, September 11th for grade 12 students. Each day will begin school at 8:35 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m and is only for the grade level mentioned above. The day will include meeting with each class for 40 minutes along with time allotted for required COVID training before beginning school class instruction on Monday, September 14th. The Lowville Academy hybrid model has students in grades 9 and 11 attending school for live instruction on Mondays and Tuesdays, and students in grade 10 and 12 attending live instruction on Thursdays and Fridays. The days students are not in school, students will follow their schedules remotely online through remote instruction with their teachers. Attendance for remote learning is mandatory for all students as new material will be introduced to ensure we provide a full year of curriculum instruction. (BOCES students will be attending live in-school instruction 5-days week both at the high school and at the BOCES Center.) We look forward to new school year full of hope and challenges in pursuit of academic excellence. Yours in Education, Brian Finn
about 2 years ago, Brian Finn, High School Principal
Updates from LACS: *Students in grades 6-12 need to pick up their Chromebooks at your building between the hours of 8 and 4 any day today, or next week to retrieve it. All students in grades 6-12 should have their Chromebook in their hands prior to the beginning of the school year as the year for them technically starts remotely. *Check out our video to highlight some change to procedures: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSaehPu2xRo&feature=youtu.be *Third, if your child has any chronic conditions, including allergies, migraine, asthma, etc. please have your doctor send in a note to the health office. The district wants to be sure that a common symptom of a condition that can be explained is not mistaken for a COVID-19 symptom. This will help keep our students healthy and keep your child in school! *Also, if you have any medication that needs to be dropped off at the health office, the health office will be open on September 1, and September 2 between 8 and 4 for drop offs. If you need to schedule a different time, call the health office for an appointment. * Students are not allowed in the building until 8:15 am. At that time, students will be allowed to enter only their own building main doors. *Elementary and high school students who ride the bus will enter through the Trinity doors. All other students must only enter through their own building. *Dismissal will be staggered to reduce the crowds in any one place. Students who walk or get picked up in grades K and 1 will dismiss at 2:50pm, in Grades 2-5 will dismiss at 2:55pm, and grades in 6-12 will dismiss at 3:00pm. All students who ride the bus will be dismissed by bus starting at 3:00. As we begin our first few days together, I want to thank all of our Lowville Academy and Central School District family for your flexibility and patience. Many things change, and sometimes without much notice. We always have the health and safety of your children as a first priority and we know that when we partner with our families it has the greatest benefit for them. Enjoy your last few days of summer vacation and we’ll see you all soon.
about 2 years ago, Lowville Academy