Registration information for Lockwood School can be found on this website at the following link: Registration Paperwork. All registration takes place at the Lockwood School Administration Building, except for the Kindergarten Roundup Day, which is held in the spring.
Lockwood Schools are located in Lockwood community which is just east of Billings, Montana. Over 1250 students, kindergarten through eighth grade, attend school on the single campus. The many teachers, support staff, administrators, and school board members provide the best learning environment possible for the students and community.
Lockwood as has a Special Programs department which is directed by Don Christman. He oversees Special Education, Title I, McKinney Vento, School Wellness, Liaison to CSCT services, Grant writing, Breakfast in the Classroom, Backpack Meals Program. For more information about any of these topics, please contact Mr. Christman at email@example.com.
The school day begins at 8:00 am for all students and ends at 2:55 pm for students in grades K-2 and at 3:00 pm for students in grades 3-8. Students may not be on school grounds before 7:30 am. The school mascot is the lion and our school colors are red and white. Lockwood kindergarten classes meet all day, every day.
Many students at Lockwood School ride the bus. The buses have been outfitted with seatbelts since the spring of 2013. Lockwood was the second district in the state to have seatbelts on all buses. Also, buses have an upgraded video monitoring system that will be used to monitor student behavior and driver safety practices. A letter regarding the seatbelts may be accessed at the following link: Lockwood School Bus Safety
We invite you to tour our site and see all the excellent programs and services that Lockwood School and its outstanding staff provide for the students and the Lockwood community.
For questions, please contact Deani Grant, the Lockwood School webmaster, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As another security measure, the public is encouraged to get a visitor's pass from the office of the building that is being visited. This procedure allows staff members and students to know that visitors to the campus have "checked in".