- Track stars Mia Hernandez and Iysis Arriola; shooting for greatness.
By Alexis Galarza Posted May 5, 2021 One of Lowry’s track coaches, Maite Hernandez, has great things to say about
- Lowry students compete in FBLA competitions
By Chris Gildone Posted May 1, 2021 Students compete in a variety of competitions online. For the students to compete
- Coach Sean Cooney selects Jada Matheny as Athlete of the Week
By Alexis Galarza Posted April 21, 2021 Jada Matheny plays for Lowry’s JV softball team as a pitcher, second baseman,
- Caden Ricci making his way up as leader
By Alexis Galarza Posted April 20, 2021 Caden Ricci, a senior at Lowry High School has clearly shown his work
- Student of the Week: Sam Moore
By Ron Espinola Posted April 19, 2021 Although classes where you can be more active are more to his liking,
- Lowry High alumna returns to become teacher
By Alexis Galarza Posted April 18, 2021 Tamara Crouch, who used to be a student at Lowry her freshman year,
- Lowry welcomes a new face
By Araceli Galarza Posted April 1, 2021 Next year Lowry will be welcoming back an old student as a new
- A new addition to the Lowry staff
By Chris Gildone Posted March 29, 2021 Mr. Brett Westmoreland is coming to teach English at Lowry. He was born
- Student of the Week: Ashley Ruiz
By Chris Gildone Posted March 26, 2021 Mrs. Laura Mercado, a history teacher at Lowry High has chosen a junior
- Student-athletes diving into a pool of sports
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 25, 2021 This year started off a little rocky after being told basketball was too much
- Beating COVID to the finish line
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Running cross country isn’t easy, one goes through many challenges in order to
- Frosh volleyball; Learning the Lowry way
By Chris Gildone Posted March 19, 2021 The freshman girls were able to have a season this year despite the
- COVID-19 works hard but varsity soccer works harder
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Coronavirus impacted many things and sports was one of those things. Luckily soccer
- Varsity football wins first two games
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Varsity football has returned, and players are more grateful and excited than ever
- Lowry Voices: Lowry Voices: With a chocolate rabbit what part do you eat first?
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 “I eat the face first because it’s the most attractive.”Aaron Woolsey “I eat
- Zoey Thies selected as Performer of the Issue
By Hadley Hatch Posted March 19, 2021 Zoey Thies was chosen to be a performer of the issue by Ms.
- Crossword March 19, 2021
By Ron Espinola Posted March 19, 2021 ACROSS It is on most cakes. Name of the retiring librarian. A coffee
- Artist of the Issue: Madisyn Andrade
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Ms. Julia Topholm chose to recognize Madisyn Andrade as Artist of the Issue.
- What’s entertaining us
By Alexis Galarza, Chris Gildone and Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 The gymBy Chris GildoneWhether you go to the
- Work hard, play harder; JV boy’s soccer
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 The boys on the JV soccer team have been working hard during practices
- Through the years with Mrs. Doyle and Mrs. Scott
By Ron Espinola Posted March 19, 2021
- Best of social media
By Chris Gildone Posted March 19, 2021 TikTok @jackblackIf you want someone funny to follow on Tik Tok go follow
- JV football rising to be extraordinary
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 COVID has definitely changed a lot of things, but having to play football
- The future of Lady Bucks volleyball
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Volleyball has officially started. The volleyball girls have been participating in open gyms
- America: Two sides of the same coin
By Araceli Galarza and Chris Gildone Posted March 19, 2021 Conflict is human nature. Everyone seems to forget about this
- How would a seven-day fast from social media affect society?
By Hadley Hatch Posted March 19, 2021 When you think about a seven-day vacation, that seems pretty short to most.
- Should animals be kept in zoos?
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Are zoos suitable for the animals or completely wrong? The idea is a
- Who’s playing if it’s not soccer season?
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 COVID has caused quite a stir. No one has been sure what life
- Girls golf shooting for the top of the league
By Chris Gildone Posted March 19, 2021 The girl’s golf team has been cleared to play and is well into
- Athlete of the Issue: Shanae Smith
By Alexis Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Although this year has brought many uncertainties in the sports world, Shanae Smith
- Athlete of the Issue: Anthony Hemp
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Lowry has been home to great athletes, for the class of 2021, this
- Athlete of the Issue: Kole Mattson
By Chris Gildone Posted March 19, 2021 Kole Mattson is a senior at Lowry, he plays football and he wrestles
- Athlete of the Issue: Bailee Brinkerhoff
By Araceli Galarza Posted March 19, 2021 Bailee Brinkerhoff is a valued member of two teams, basketball, and soccer, which
- Lowry teachers and students give blood to save lives
By Chris Gildone Posted March 1, 2021 Giving blood can save several lives. Every day in America patients in surgical centers,
- Mr. Adam Sorenson announces Maddison McClure as Student of the Week
By Alexis Galarza Posted February 26, 2021 Maddison McClure, a freshman student at Lowry High School, has clearly shown her leadership
- Lowry Voices: What’s your favorite fruit and why?
By Araceli Galarza Posted February 22, 2021 “Golden raspberries because they are really good.” Justin Scott “Rainier cherries because they are
- Student of the Week: Alexis Galarza
By Chris Gildone Posted February 10, 2021 Mrs. Shelby Ruff chooses Alexis Galarza from her Physical Science class as Student
- Lowry Voices: What three things would you bring if you were stuck on a deserted island?
By Araceli Galarza Posted February 10, 2021 “A sleeping bag, knife, and toothbrush.” Vanessa Beltran “First off I’d take both
- Mr. Calvin Connors announces Alexandra Barocio as Student of the Week
By Alexis Galarza Posted February 8, 2021 Mr. Calvin Connors, a physical education teacher at Lowry High School, highlighted Alexandra
- Forensic science class learns to perform blood pattern analysis
By Hadley Hatch Posted February 5, 2021 In Mrs. Alexis Mattson’s Forensic Science class, she teaches how to analyze crime
- Lowry Cross Country team starts open gym practices
By Chris Gildone Posted February 5, 2021 Practices will be for conditioning. They started Monday, February 1 and practices will
- How to prepare to take the ACT
By Hadley Hatch Posted January 28, 2021 As many of you know the juniors will be taking the ACT on February
- News: Did you know
By Alexis Galarza Posted: January 27, 2021 Sports Many meetings at Lowry High school have taken place to talk about
- Student of the Week: Angel Garcia
By Hadley Hatch Posted: January 27, 2021 Angel Garcia was nominated Student of the Week by Ms. Laurel Weaver. Angel
- 01-26-21 Boys Basketball Open Gym by Ron Espinola
- Politics: Did you know
By Araceli Galarza Posted: January 23, 2021 Donald Trump is the first president to be impeached twice in one term
- Ms. Coney announces Lorsix Silva as Student of the Week
By Alexis Galarza Posted January 20, 2021 This week the music department has recognized Lorsix Silva as Student of the Week.
- Lowry Voices: What’s the first thing you want to do when quarantine ends?
By Chris Gildone Posted: January 14, 2021
- News: Did you know?
By Chris Gildone Posted: January 12, 2021 Riot at the Capitol Five people were killed last week when the capital
- Students invited to join the Art Club
By Chris Gildone Posted January 12, 2021 Art teachers Ms. Julia Topholm and Ms. Cassandra Jenkins have invited students that