First grade students working hard on their self portrait projects in Art!
over 2 years ago, Allison Webb
Mrs. Olson’s 1st Grade
Mrs. Olson’s 1st Grade
Mrs. Olson’s 1st Grade
6th grade Community Service elective students are busy reading with their Kindergarten buddies.
over 2 years ago, Mary Thompson
Reading buddies
Reading buddies
Reading buddies
The MCT directors for Pinocchio provided Improv workshops in the 6th grade classrooms as part of their residency here at Lolo School. Thank you to Lolo Booster Club for organizing and funding this great program.
over 2 years ago, Kerrie Schneiter
Students learning improv
Students demonstrating improv
MCT directors
Director with students
Students in TACL (Technology and Consumer Lab) make a variety of different treats including fry bread with chicken and hot chocolate cupcakes!
over 2 years ago, Dakota Long
A student crushes it at cooking!
Fry bread with seasoned chicken.
Hot chocolate cupcakes.
72 Lolo students brought their smiles to the audition for MCT this afternoon. Awesome turnout. Way to go!
over 2 years ago, Lolo School District
Students audition for Pinocchio.
Third graders practice Reader’s Theater for the second grade
almost 3 years ago, Lizzy Vance
Third grade students lined up facing second grade, performing reader’s theater
Kindergarten students had fun decorating gingerbread houses with their families. Thank you, Mrs. Hollandsworth for baking the gingerbread!
almost 3 years ago, Megan Williams
Gingerbread fun!
Gingerbread fun!
Gingerbread fun!
Gingerbread fun!
Winners of the ugly sweater contest during the middle school dance.
almost 3 years ago, Lolo School District
6th- Jake, 7th- Elyse, 8th- Holly
Our kindergarteners together watching The Polar Express and celebrating the holidays.
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Kientz
Kindergarten students watching Polar Express.
Students spend the last day before winter vacation relaxing and reading.
almost 3 years ago, Jessica Lucas
New books, a crackling fireplace and fun in Title.
Kindergarteners had a great time walking to Harvest Foods and donating food to the Lolo pantry!
almost 3 years ago, Whitney Bramblett
Mrs. Bramblett’s and Mrs. Brown’s class pose in front of Lolo Drug after donating 27 food items!
The Lolo School Angel Tree is almost wrapped up with a successful season! Thank you to every community member that helped make this possible. We are providing 28 children with gifts this year!
almost 3 years ago, Libby Mylnechuk
Angel Tree gifts awaiting pick up by Lolo families.
Lolo Kindergarten students learn about money and nutrition on this field trip to Harvest Foods. Students each used $1 to purchase supplies for the Little Free Pantry.
almost 3 years ago, Dale Olinger
Each student got to do their own transaction!
Mrs Brown helps each student with their dollar.
5th graders had a wonderful time on their art field trip. Thank you Missoula Art Museum for putting this great experience together!
almost 3 years ago, Abby Finlay
5th grade field trip to the Missoula Art Museum.
I had a visit after school from some wonderful carolers! Ms. Gustafson led the choir into my room and filled it to the brim with holiday cheer. Thanks carolers!
almost 3 years ago, Libby Mylnechuk
Students in the after school choir singing carols to teachers in their rooms.
Lolo students start out their December assembly with singing and the ‘Golden Awards.’
almost 3 years ago, Lolo School District
Singing the Lolo Elementary song
Students in Mrs. Johnson’s engineering elective prepare to test their egg drop contraptions.
almost 3 years ago, Melissa Johnson
Students with their egg drop contraptions.
Middle School Leadership Council sell Candy Grams for friends to spread holiday cheer!
almost 3 years ago, Lizabeth Ensz
Leadership Council spreading holiday cheer!
Thank you to Missoula Rural Fire District for distributing coats to students in need with Operation Warm this morning. The students are so excited to have a warm coat.
almost 3 years ago, Shawna Kientz
Coat Distribution
Coat Distribution
Missoula Rural Fire District Firemen.
Mrs. Christensen’s kindergartners join Mr. Long’s 8th grade class to make ornaments. Great collaborative project. One of the many benefits of being a K-8 school.
almost 3 years ago, Dale Olinger
Kids working. The details are critical.
Students in both grades get into the work.
Working their fine motor skills.