S. Ray Lowder Elementary collected over 600 food items for Christian Ministry
Top 3 classes collected the following:
1st- Mrs. Foster Class -117 items
2nd -Mrs. Brooks Class-100 items
3rd -Mrs. Robinson Class-82 items
Picture Kindergarten Teachers Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Evans with K student.
S. RAY LOWDER ELEMENTARY RECOGNIZED FOR PBIS WORK
Receives Honor from North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction
S. Ray Lowder Elementary of Lincoln County Schools will be recognized by the Exceptional Children Division of the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction at the annual Positive Behavior Intervention & Support (PBIS) Initiative Workshop & Recognition.
S. Ray Lowder Elementary was recognized as an Exemplar School for the 2013-14 school year.
Keeping students engaged and maintaining a healthy, productive school environment is more important than ever. PBIS is a framework of intervention practices, decision-making tools, and organizational systems used to establish the positive and productive learning environment needed for all students to achieve success. Schools that fully implement PBIS can expect to manage behavior more efficiently and consistently, decrease unwanted behavior, and witness a positive change in school climate.
Schools applied to earn recognition by submitting multiple reports documenting that they met implementation criteria. S. Ray Lowder Elementary has been a part of that state-wide PBIS Initiative since 2008 and works to improve PBIS implementation through ongoing evaluation. This is the sixth year that S. Ray Lowder Elementary has earned state PBIS Recognition.
More information about the NC PBIS Initiative and the recognition program is available
Spring Spirit 5K Race Results
S. Ray Lowder Elementary School will hold its sixth annual Spring Spirit 5K race on March 14, 2015. S. Ray Lowder staff, PTA, and race sponsors will again work to make this one of the best 5K race events for all runners and school groups. Medals will be given to all children that participate 12 & under and the top three finishers in each age group. The overall male/female runner will receive a plaque. Funds raised from the event will help the school purchase classroom supplies and technology upgrades.
For race results for 2013-14 click the link below