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 Lowell Scott Middle School



Lowell Scott Middle School
Principal:  Linda Ventura

13600 W. McMillan Road
Web Map/ Driving Directions
Boise, ID 83713
Phone: 208-350-4060
Fax: 208-350-4074
Attendance: 208-350-4071

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 Go On Schools Initiative

LSMS received a grant
from J.A. & Kathryn Albertson
Foundation as part of the
Go On Schools Initiative.
Click here for information or visit www.Go-On-Idaho.org

Lowell Scott Middle School

Welcome to Lowell Scott!

Please note the important information below, and feel free to explore the website using the links to the left.

Go Chargers! 


  

 MISSION STATEMENT Motivating learners to embrace the knowledge, skills, and culture required to become contributing citizens of both their local and global community.

 

    


 Summer Fun!

The Boise WaterShed Environmental Education Center is offering a summer series of science and art classes.  Click here to see a list of these half-day workshops.

Discover Technology's Science & Tecnology Summer Camps focus on robotics and video game development.  Click here for registration information.

  

Camp Millionaire is an innovative day camp that teaches kids how to make, manage, and multiply their money! Kids have fun learning how to become FINANCIALLY FREE by using interactive GAMES and ACTIVITIES.
Ages 11-14
2 Days, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (day camp)
Location: CapEd Meridian branch
Cost: $25 for the first child, $20 each additional sibling
Bring your own lunch
June 24, 25 - Registration Deadline: Jun 10, 2014, 4:00 pm
July 9, 10 - Registration Deadline: Jun 25, 2014, 4:00 pm
First time Campers will be given registration priority. Cutoff time for registration for each camp date is 10 business days prior to that date.
Click here for more information

   

The Sweet Liberty dance coaches are holding their annual CDC Middle School camp again this year.
August 11-14 10:00 am-3:00 pm
This camp is designed for anyone interested in improving their dance technique and learning the skills needed for a high school dance team. The camp is put on by the head coaches of the nationally ranked, CHS Sweet Liberty Dance Team. It is open to all incoming 6th graders - incoming 9th graders. At this camp, each dancer will improve their dance technique, take 4 specialty classes, learn 2 dance routine, drill down commands, performing technique and other important skills needed for current, local, varsity dance teams. This camp is appropriate for all ability levels and each participant will receive a camp t-shirt to wear for their performance on Thursday.
For more information and to register on-line go to:
http://www.wix.com/cdcdanceclinic/cdc-dance-camp
Or e-mail Kjirsten Lawton at: Lawton.kjirsten@meridianschools.org
Please register early to confirm your spot.

 

2014 PTA Reflections Program
"The world would be a better place if..."
Categories include music, visual arts, literature and photography
Start creating over the summer!
Entries are due by Friday, November 7, 2014
Forms will be available in the LSMS Media Center
August 25
Click here for complete details, rules and forms


   LSMS MAGAZINE
How to Survive and Thrive in 6th Grade!

Click here to view magazine


  

   The Meridian Education Foundation provides the opportunity for parents and friends of the Meridian School District to contribute directly to the classroom.  All gifts remain in the MSD, providing direct benefit to our students and teachers.
 
Click here to make your tax deductible donation or visit www.meridianschoolsfoundation.org


  

Lowell Scott recently received a $3200 grant from Fuel up to Play and the Idaho Dairy Council to promote fitness and healthy eating habits.  LSMS students, click here to join the program and take the pledge!


The Meridian School District is moving to a semester grading system. In the past, students received a final grade each quarter and grades started over for the new quarter. This change is aligned with how high school grades are calculated.

           Semester grades will take into account 18 weeks of course work (all assignments, tests, quizzes, EOC tests added together, average is semester grade). Parents will have the opportunity to see a progress report at the end of each quarter, but the grade continues toward the end-of-semester grade.


 ATTENDANCE LINE!!

Please call 208-350-4071 if your child is absent.  You can call this number any time, 24 hours a day! 


   Check out the new Community Corner Link for information on upcoming community events and partnerships with Lowell Scott Middle School.

 
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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