Lowes Elementary celebrates ‘Distinguished’ designation by displaying KDE banner | Schools
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - Lowes Elementary School earned the Kentucky Department of Education’s designation of a “Distinguished” school, ranking among the top 10 percent of the Commonwealth’s 734 elementary schools on Kentucky’s first-ever Unbridled Learning assessment.
Recently, principal Cheryl Goodman and guidance counselor Shea Brown posed with students who earned the individual “Distinguished” designation last year as fifth graders.
Pictured here, from left, are Megan Jones, Nicholas Jones, Brown, Reid Courtney, Christian Kloss, Jack LaClair, Gavin Nolin, and Goodman.
To mark the achievement, the school recently placed a Kentucky Department of Education banner next to the front door to tell all who walk through the door that Lowes is a school ranking among the highest-performing and most college and career-ready elementary schools in the Commonwealth.
Here, principal Cheryl Goodman, guidance counselor Shea Brown posed with last year’s “Distinguished” third and fourth graders. Pictured, from left, are MaKayla Whitaker, Karli Prather, Yair Hernandez, Breanna Baker, Megan LaClair, Bown, Lydia Hunt, and Goodman.
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