• December 5, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 12/5/2019

    Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School (MMACHS) will be visiting Lowell Scott during second lunch on Friday, December 13th to share information with 8th graders considering going there next year.

     

     

    Students: Please remember to bring your jackets with you to lunch, you may not return to the 6th & 7th grade hallways to retrieve them if you are going outside.  Also, throwing snow is against school rules, it needs to remain on the ground.

     

     

    We off a great start to our 34th Annual Santa Project.  Our Goal as a school is at least $7,000.  Yesterday we brought in a total of $1,100.82!  8th grade has a total of 524.39, 7th grade $768.82 and 6th grade has a total of $1,512.47!! So far our school total is $2,805.68.  Remember we will have a fun activity assembly with the advisory class bringing in the most amount of money participating in an activity.

    Over the next 2 weeks we will be collecting donations to help those in need.  This money will be used to buy Christmas gifts for those that may not otherwise have anything for Christmas.  Please dig deep into your pockets over the next 2 weeks so we can help make the Holidays a little brighter for those in need. 

    Candy Canes will be available for purchase through Friday next week with all money raised going toward Santa Project.  Candy canes can be purchased throughout the building from many teachers.

     

    We have multiple fun dress-up days during Santa Project! 

    • Today is $1 hat day.  You will be able to pay $1 to your advisory/first period teacher, get a sticker, and wear a hat all day. You MUST have your sticker visible all day to have your hat on. Do not put your hat stickers on your I.D. badge.
    • Looking ahead- Start preparing those UGLY SWEATERS for the ugliest day of the season!  Ugly sweater day is NEXT Thursday Dec. 12th.



    Builder’s Club members: Remember your shopping permission slips are due by next Thursday Dec. 12th.

     

     

    Sources of Strength members who got an invitation yesterday, please come to the library after the pledge.

     

     

    The girls basketball B Team had a dominating performance over Sawtooth, beating them 6-30. The tough defense that frustrated Sawtooth with a perfect trap defense that was led by Sam H, Melinda B, Elsa S, and Rebekah B. With the defensive tempo leading the way it opened up the opportunity for amazing assists from Abby E, Harley B, Hannah S, and Kayla B. On offense, the lady chargers were led by Valeria C with an impressive 12 points, followed by Madelynn P and Taylor T with four points each. While Kary O and Jojo T were aggressive with the rebounds and not letting Sawtooth get any second chance shots. Excellent win ladies, keep up all the hard work.”

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  • December 4, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 12/4/2019

    Students: Please remember to bring your jackets with you to lunch, you may not return to the 6th & 7th grade hallways to retrieve them if you are going outside.  Also, throwing snow is against school rules, it needs to remain on the ground. 

     

     

    We had a great start to our 34th Annual Santa Project.  Our Goal as a school is at least $7,000.  Yesterday we brought in a total of $779.35.  8th grade donated $202.03, 6th grade $275.82 and 7th grade is the winner of the day donating $301.50!!  Remember we will have a fun activity assembly with the advisory class bringing in the most amount of money participating in an activity. 

    Over the next 2 weeks we will be collecting donations to help those in need.  This money will be used to buy Christmas gifts for those that may not otherwise have anything for Christmas.  Please dig deep into your pockets over the next 2 weeks so we can help make the Holidays a little brighter for those in need. 

     

     

    There will be NO Game Club today after school.

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  • December 3, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 12/3/2019

    Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School (MMACHS) will be visiting Lowell Scott during second lunch on Friday, December 13th to share information with 8th graders considering going there next year.

     

    Students: Please remember to bring your jackets with you to lunch, you may not return to the 6th & 7th grade hallways to retrieve them if you are going outside.  Also, throwing snow is against school rules, it needs to remain on the ground.

     

    We had a great start to our 34th Annual Santa Project.  Our Goal as a school is at least $7,000.  Yesterday we brought in a total of $925.51.  8th grade donated $45.76, 7th grade $97.37 and 6th grade is the winner of the day donating $782.38!!  Remember we will have a fun activity assembly with the advisory class bringing in the most amount of money participating in an activity.

    Over the next 2 weeks we will be collecting donations to help those in need.  This money will be used to buy Christmas gifts for those that may not otherwise have anything for Christmas.  Please dig deep into your pockets over the next 2 weeks so we can help make the Holidays a little brighter for those in need. 


    Candy Canes
     will be available for purchase beginning today through Friday next week with all money raised going toward Santa Project.  Candy canes can be purchased throughout the building from many teachers.

    Advisory teachers: be sure to keep track of your class total!!


    We have multiple fun dress-up days during Santa Project! 

    Wednesday Dec. 4th (tomorrow) is Red, White, and Green day.  Wear all of your Christmas colors.  The more the merrier!! 

    Thursday Dec. 5th will be a $1 hat day.  You will be able to pay $1 to your advisory/first period teacher, get a sticker, and wear a hat all day. 

    Looking ahead- Start preparing those UGLY SWEATERS for the ugliest day of the season!  Ugly sweater day is NEXT Thursday Dec. 12th.



    Attention Builders’ Club Members:

    Permission slips for shopping are due to a club adviser by Thursday Dec. 12th. No late permission slips can be accepted!!

     Also any Builder’s club member interested in a service project at Pioneer please come to room 1 after the announcements today for a super short meeting.

     

    Everyone is invited to Jazz Night tonight at 7 pm at Centennial Performing Arts Center. LSMS Jazz Band will share the stage with Lewis and Clark Jazz and CHS Jazz band. We hope to see you there.

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  • December 2, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 12/2/2019

    Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School (MMACHS) will be visiting Lowell Scott during second lunch on Friday, December 13th to share information with 8th graders considering going there next year. 

     

    Santa Project Candy Cane sales will begin tomorrow. Bring your money and buy a candy cane for $1. Wednesday is wear Red & Green day. On Thursday, you can bring $1 to wear a hat. All money raised supports our Santa Project. 

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  • November 22, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/22/2019

    As December approaches, it is time once again to get ready for the LSMS Santa Project.  This is the 34th Annual Santa Project for Lowell Scott. 

    The Santa Project is our school service project put on by Builders Club. Donations will be collected and used to help those in need for the holidays. 

    Santa Project will take place Dec. 2nd through Dec. 13th. It is our goal this year to raise at least $7,000.  To do this, we need everyone’s help to donate change (or dollar bills) from his or her pockets during the collection period of Dec.2nd – Dec. 13th. A container will be provided to each classroom for Santa Project money.  Our “elves” will be checking for any money collected each day. As usual, there will be a competition between the grades with the winning grade level having the opportunity to participate in a game with surprise guests.

     

    We are kicking off Santa Project with a $1 Hat day today. Bring $1 to your advisory teacher to receive a sticker to allow your hat to be worn all day. DO NOT PUT THE STICKER ON YOUR ID BADGE.

     

     

    If you haven't yet signed up for the ski and snowboard club, time is running out. Please talk to Coach McGerty in room 28 to pick up information or to drop off your filled-out forms. Races start in January, so get signed up to have fun on the mountain and think snow!!!

     

    There will be an advisory representative meeting today in room 14.  After the pledge will teachers please send down one student to represent your advisory class.  Thank you!

     

     

    Sources of Strength will meet today in the library after the pledge.

     

     

    Builders Club -  Anyone interested in a volunteer opportunity at Pioneer Elementary should come to Room 1 during advisory for a short informational meeting.

     

     

    Thank you, 8th graders! You were amazing at Reality Town yesterday and made us proud.

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  • November 21, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/21/2019

    As December approaches, it is time once again to get ready for the LSMS Santa Project.  This is the 34th Annual Santa Project for Lowell Scott. 

    What is Santa Project? Santa Project is our school service project put on by Builders Club.  It is a service project to help those in need during the Holiday season. Donations will be collected and used to help those in need for the holidays. 

    Santa Project will take place Dec. 2nd through Dec. 13th. It is our goal this year to raise at least $7,000.  To do this, we need everyone’s help to donate change (or dollar bills) from his or her pockets during the collection period of Dec.2nd – Dec. 13th. A container will be provided to each classroom for Santa Project money.  Our “elves” will be checking for any money collected each day. As usual, there will be a competition between the grades with the winning grade level having the opportunity to participate in a game with surprise guests.

    We will kick off Santa Project with a $1 Hat day tomorrow, Nov. 22nd. Bring $1 to your advisory teacher to receive a sticker to allow your hat to be worn all day.

     

     

    If you haven't yet signed up for the ski and snowboard club, time is running out. Please talk to Coach McGerty in room 28 to pick up information or to drop off your filled-out forms. Races start in January, so get signed up to have fun on the mountain and think snow!!!

     

     

    National Junior Honor Society members and families made the trip to the Idaho Food Bank on November 13th for a two-hour service project. Our students received a tour of the facility and contributed to the Idaho Food Bank's mission of helping the hungry in our community. In the 2-hour shift our group bagged 2,775 pounds of rolled oats which will provide over 2,300 meals for Idaho families.  Thank you, Chargers, for a job well done!

     

     

    The “8th grade B team had a phenomenal win over Meridian. With our tough defense led by Elsa S, Abby E, Jojo T, and Sam H, we kept Meridian at zero all throughout the first half. Coming into the second half we have phenomenal offensive movement by Valeria C, Kayla B, Melinda B, Megan P, Kary O, Hannah S, and Harley B. Assisting with the win by hustling after the ball and getting those tough rebounds and loose ball situations were handled by Rebekah B, Kyla K, Taylor T, Madelynn P. Excellent win ladies.”

     

     

    Last night, the 8th Grade A girls basketball team had a thrilling victory over Meridian 39-37.  The Chargers were led in scoring by Audrey D with 18 points.  Others who contributed to the scoring were Ava G with 8 points, Maizey H with 4 points, Lorien W with 4 points, Salima N with 2 points, and Brooklyn Smith with 1 critical free throw with 5 seconds left to seal the win.  On the defensive front, Cadence S had 2 blocks, Mila M and Alaina C frustrated the Meridian point guards, Annika S and Maganne A set the tone with great baseline defense.  Great win, ladies.

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  • November 20, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/20/2019

    Your Lowell Scott Middle drama club will be celebrating their fabulous showcase last night!  Congratulations to all of you brave to theater performers.  It was great to see your family and friends and their supportive faces!  We will meet tonight in the choir room at 3:15 for some fun!

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  • November 19, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/19/2019

    Lowell Scott now has a Science Club!  Join the Lowell Scott Laboratory for meetings every Tuesday after school in the Library. Come to the next meeting with your questions and curiosities and we'll find the answers together.

     

     

    As December approaches, it is time once again to get ready for the LSMS Santa Project.  This is the 34th Annual Santa Project for Lowell Scott. 

    What is Santa Project? Santa Project is our school service project put on by Builders Club.  It is a service project to help those in need during the Holiday season. Donations will be collected and used to help those in need for the holidays. 

    Santa Project will take place Dec. 2nd through Dec. 13th. It is our goal this year to raise at least $7,000.  To do this, we need everyone’s help to donate change (or dollar bills) from his or her pockets during the collection period of Dec.2nd – Dec. 13th. A container will be provided to each classroom for Santa Project money.  Our “elves” will be checking for any money collected each day. As usual, there will be a competition between the grades with the winning grade level having the opportunity to participate in a game with surprise guests.

    We will kick off Santa Project with a $1 Hat day this Friday Nov. 22nd. Bring $1 to your advisory teacher to receive a sticker to allow your hat to be worn all day.

     

     

    If you haven't yet signed up for the ski and snowboard club, time is running out. Please talk to Coach McGerty in room 28 to pick up information or to drop off your filled-out forms. Races start in January, so get signed up to have fun on the mountain and think snow!!!

     

     

    Students: Please remember to check the lost and found in the cafeteria and the office for your missing items. Items left behind will be donated. There are still quite a few ID cards in the office lost and found.

     

     

    Volleyball and Cross-country team members: Please see Mrs. Whiting in the front office to pick up your picture packets.

     

     

    "Come support your drama club today!  We will be performing tonight at 6pm at the Centennial High School Little Theater!  Performers should arrive at 5:15 wearing your costumes and including your props.  Remember - like actress Maggie Smith once said, "I like the ephemeral thing about theater, every performance is like a ghost - it's there and then it’s gone."  So, don't miss it!

     

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  • November 18, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/18/2019

    Lowell Scott now has a Science Club!  Join the Lowell Scott Laboratory for meetings every Tuesday after school in the Library. Come to the next meeting with your questions and curiosities and we'll find the answers together.

     

     

    This Tuesday our LSMS Drama Club will be hosting a Fall Showcase performance at 6pm at the Centennial High School Little Theater.  It will be a fun, relaxed atmosphere filled with talented actors running short skits.  Like actress Maggie Smith once said, "I like the ephemeral thing about theater, every performance is like a ghost - it's there and then it’s gone."  So, don't miss it!

     

     

    As December approaches, it is time once again to get ready for the LSMS Santa Project.  This is the 34th Annual Santa Project for Lowell Scott.  

    What is Santa Project? Santa Project is our school service project put on by Builders Club.  It is a service project to help those in need during the Holiday season. Donations will be collected and used to help those in need for the holidays.  

    Santa Project will take place Dec. 2nd through Dec. 13th. It is our goal this year to raise at least $7,000.  To do this, we need everyone’s help to donate change (or dollar bills) from his or her pockets during the collection period of Dec.2nd – Dec. 13th. A container will be provided to each classroom for Santa Project money.  Our “elves” will be checking for any money collected each day. As usual, there will be a competition between the grades with the winning grade level having the opportunity to participate in a game with surprise guests. 

    We will kick off Santa Project with a $1 Hat day this Friday Nov. 22nd. Bring $1 to your advisory teacher to receive a sticker to allow your hat to be worn all day.

     

     

    If you haven't yet signed up for the ski and snowboard club, time is running out. Please talk to Coach McGerty in room 28 to pick up information or to drop off your filled-out forms. Races start in January, so get signed up to have fun on the mountain and think snow!!!

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  • November 15, 2019

    Posted by Cynthia Whiting on 11/15/2019

    It is time for another FUN!!! school dance.

    Next Friday, November 15th, your LSMS Chargette Dance Team will be hosting our annual Fall Dance. Glow-in-the-dark wristbands will be sold today at lunch. The wristbands will be your ticket into the dance.

    The dance will be from 3:10-4:00, with a cool light show & great music. Plus, there will be pizza, sweet treats, and pop to purchase too. So, get your tickets, grab your friends, and come have some fun! 

     

     

    Ski and snowboard races will start in January and it's not too late to sign up for the team. Please see Coach McGerty in room 28 to pick up information. Please return sign up forms to Coach McGerty by Friday, November 15th. Do your snow dance!

     

     

    Lowell Scott now has a Science Club!  Join the Lowell Scott Laboratory for meetings every Tuesday after school in the Library. Come to the next meeting with your questions and curiosities and we'll find the answers together.

     

     

    Attention Builders club members: Mrs. Maupin will have a Santa Project meeting in Room 1 during advisory on Friday.

     

    This week’s Athlete of the Week is being selected from the 8th Grade Girls B Basketball Team. This athlete is a leader on and off the court, gives her all every single time she steps on the court, always has a smile on her face no matter the situation, is seen as the “team mom.” She excels in all of her classes and is talked very highly of by all of her teachers. This athlete is none other than Elsa S!! Thank you for all you do, Elsa. The sky is the limit, you will be able to accomplish everything you set your mind to, and Coach Robertson is very proud to have you on the team. We’re excited to see you continue to grow into the wonderful young lady you are destined to be!

     

    Sources of Strength will meet in the Library after announcements today.

     

    The No Tardy Party was a huge success!  Congratulations to all of you who worked hard to get to classes on time.  You are building important skills to ensure success later in life.  Our next No Tardy Party will be held sometime in February.  We hope to see many more students at our next celebration!

     

     

    The LSMS 8th grade A girls basketball team secured another victory last night over Lewis and Clark 40-32.  The Chargers were led in scoring by Ava G with an amazing 18 points.  Others contributing to the impressive offensive attack were Audrey D with 10 points, Salima N with 4 points, Brooklyn S with 4 points, Lorien W with 2 points, and Annika S with 2 points.  Alaina C, Mila M, Maganne Akins, and Maizey H all played aggressive, tenacious defense and stifled the LSMS offense.  Great team win ladies!!

     

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