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Lockwood Schools - Elementary

 Lockwood Elementary & Eileen Johnson Middle School

Primary Phone: 406-252-2776 | Fax: 406-256-0373
Intermediate Phone: 406-248-3239 | Fax: 406-248-4836 | Other: School Contact


Information for registration at Lockwood School can be found on this website at the following link: Registration Paperwork. If you register a kindergarten student, you will need your child's CERTIFIED birth certificate (we will make copies) along with COMPLETE immunization records (must include 4 yr old shots). Please be advised that there is additional paperwork you will need to fill out for kindergarten students. Registration for all new students takes place in the Lockwood School Administration Building. The only exception is Kindergarten Roundup, which is held each spring. Registration on that day is held in the Lockwood School Primary Gym. (Check the school events calendars for dates.)

MT OPI 2017-18 School Report Card Links: Primary School | Intermediate School

Attendance WorksLockwood Elementary is divided into grades K-2 and grades 3-5. Mrs. Jenny Fox is the principal for grades K-2. The secretary for grades K-2 is Mrs. Rhonda Johnson. Call 406-252-2776 to reach the grades K-2. The fax number is 406-256-0373.

Mr. Kelly Kinsey is the principal for grades 3-5. Mrs. Renee Oliszczak is the secretary for grades 3-5, and grades 3-5 may be reached at 406-248-3239. The fax number is 406-248-4836.

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What is MTSS?

Montana’s Definition of MTSS:
● Integrated multi-tiered system of instruction, assessment, and intervention designed to meet the achievement and behavioral needs of ALL students.

Lockwood Elementary School was one of several schools chosen by OPI to participate in the Project Real 2.0 project for 5 years, starting with the 2015/2016 school year. For more information visit http://opi.mt.gov/Programs/SchoolPrograms/MTSS.html.

Project L.O.V.E.

Project L.O.V.E., which stands for Lockwood Organization of Volunteer Educators, was started in 1983. It includes men and women of all ages who are willing to give their time on a regular basis to support the children and teachers at Lockwood Schools. Volunteers help in classrooms, on special projects, or work at home doing cutting, sewing or typing.

Volunteers are united in a common goal: a desire to share and help. The Primary School, Intermediate School, and the Middle School can all use volunteers. Volunteers earn a free lunch at the school for every eight times they come in to help.

Project L.O.V.E. would like to thank the the many volunteers who help at Lockwood Schools year after year. Anyone interested in knowing more about this worthwhile program may contact the school office at 406-252-2776.