Great News for Children!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the November 4 election and for your outstanding support for West Linn - Wilsonville schools!
Message from Mr. Meigs
It is hard to imagine that Thanksgiving is next week! It has been a fast paced fall filled with incredible examples of student and teacher learning, thoughtful explorations of ideas and concepts and budding friendships! I am so thankful to be a part of this remarkable community. I know that the entire staff feels the same way.
Lowrie is grounded in a belief of excellence and dedication to engaging each child each day. This does not simply happen by accident. It comes from the community, the students, and most definitely the staff. I feel so fortunate to work amongst such an incredible staff. This fall, we have been focusing on continuing our learning about high leverage strategies to support each learner in their literacy and mathematical growth. The learning and explorations have been valuable and rewarding for all. It is yet another example of our ongoing commitment to our craft and to each child.
I am thankful for the outstanding children who we are fortunate to be with each day. The children come to school eager, ready to learn and with a deep sense of possibility. It is this curiosity that makes our work such a joy.
I am also thankful for the entire community. Ever y day there are examples of our community’s care and thought fullness for Lowrie. From snack donations to offers of support for children in need and from volunteering in classrooms to helping plan and organize community events, this community shines in its passion and care for children day in and day out. Your support and thought fullness is so appreciated! Thank you.
As we continue to rush headlong into the hectic pace of November and December, I think it is important to remind ourselves of our good fortune to be a par t of this incredible community. An article I once read defines gratitude as “affirming that there are good things in the world– gifts and benefits we’ve received – and recognizing that these sources of goodness come from outside ourselves.” When I think about all we have as a community and all the support we give each other ever y day, I am truly grateful. Thank you.
Take good care, Patrick
Pick-up, Dropoff and Parking Information
• We welcome parents to drop off their children in the gym in
the morning or to meet them after school each day.
• It is important to be mindful of families walking to their cars –
please drive slowly in the parking lot.
• If you are coming into the school, to please park in the
parking lot. I realize that parking is tight, but if you would like to
pick up your child by the buses, we ask that you park in the
• Please only use the handicap slots if you have a handicap
• The curbside is meant just for dropping off and picking up
only. It is very important that drivers remain at the wheel
while waiting for you child. I know that it can get busy,
especially during dismissal, but our goal is to keep the curbside
flowing as much as possible.
• Parents parking in the parking lot and not along the curb in
will certainly help with overall flow within the parking lot.
• Parents are certainly welcome to drop-off and pick-up their
children out by the entry plaza in the back of the school. This
can be a more efficient and quick way to collect your child
at the end of the day.
PARKING LOT CIRCULATION