Lolo School hosted a Covid-19 vaccine clinic this morning for staff. This brings a much-needed sense of hope to our hardworking employees. Many thanks to Corey Heffernan (right) & his crew from Lolo Drug for making the process convenient and quick. #keepingschoolopen #safeschools
Thank you Lolo PTSA and all parents who donated snack for our teachers during conference! It means so much to us!
It’s I Love to Read Week, and our newest food service staffer is creating Seuss-themed cupcakes to honor the occasion! Impressive, Cassidy! What a treat for Lolo students!
Today the 6th graders from Target Range School share a random act of kindness by thanking our elementary teachers with handmade vases,flowers, and notes. It was a such an amazing treat!
Students don’t forget Smencils go on sale in the school offices tomorrow! $1 a piece. Proceeds will go to the PTSA and back to our school!
Lolo School PTSA Fundraiser - SMENCILS What are SMENCILS - the world's only gourmet scented pencils that are made from 100% recycled newspaper. Smencils are for sale before and after school and during lunch recess at the school offices. Smencils come in a variety of scents for $1.00 each! Support your school PTSA!
Title I Family Night was a huge success! Thank you to Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Huleatt, and all the families that attended for a fabulous evening!
Lolo Middle School hosted its first ever virtual spelling bee. Congratulations to an 8th grader that will compete in the county spelling bee later this spring. Good Luck!
As part of the open, public process, the Lolo School Board of Trustees has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a General Contractor / Construction Manager for the new K-8 school project. RFQ details can be found at https://www.loloschools.org/page/rfp-rfq-bid
The Lolo Lunch Bunch turned out hundreds of individual pumpkin pies as part of a pre-holiday feast. We love our staff!
Thank you so much to the Missoula County Sheriff’s department for generously donating some bikes to our Lolo School students!
Ms. Eggleston's 3rd graders are loving the hands on activities that come with the Everyday Math curriculum. Today they reviewed attributes of polygons with geoboards and rubber bands.
Students in 2nd Grade using recycled materials during ‘Makerspace Monday’ to create carnival games.
We would like to thank @PhRMA for recognizing @LoloSchoolDistrict with a #STEMTalentPipeline grant! Our 4th graders were very excited to show off their FIRST LEGO League Challenge with Rep. Brad Tschida, who spoke to the students about the importance of STEM education. The skills our students learn today will help them to thrive in these exciting fields in the future! Thank you for encouraging tomorrow’s innovators!
An unexpected attack on US soil in 1941 forever changed the direction of a global war. Honoring the sacrifices made and the enduring courage of those who fight for freedom and democracy.
PTSA Online Book Fair Shop our Scholastic Book Fair online from November 30 – December 13. All purchases benefit Lolo School and connect kids with new books and more. Visit our Book Fair homepage and click “Shop Now” to get started: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/loloelementaryschool1
Lolo School’s Angel Trees (yes there are two!) were set up today. They are located at Harvest Foods by the front door and in Lolo Peak Brewery by the check-in station. Thank you to these local establishments for supporting our families! The trees are full of tags listing students’ holiday needs this year. If you would like to take a tag, please fulfill the gift and return it unwrapped to the Lolo School offices by December 18. If your family would like to sign up for holiday assistance, contact school counselors Libby Mylnechuk or Kristi McKay. Happy holidays Lolo!
Lolo School appreciates everyone who has worn a uniform to defend our nation. Thank you to all who have served or are serving now.
This is a friendly reminder that when you borrow a cloth mask from school please send it back the next day or wear it back and we can exchange it with a freshly laundered one! Thank you
8th Grade Students researched Cancel Culture from multiple perspectives to develop a personal point-of-view and engage in civil discourse.