Lubbock-Cooper North Elementary

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

North Happenings: September 2022

A Great Start!

What a wonderful start it has been to the 2022-23 school year! There is a lot of energy at North as students are learning, exploring and growing! It's exciting to watch!

Here are some important September events we don't want you to miss:

  • Flashback Fridays start - September 3 (information below)
  • Labor Day (NO SCHOOL) Student/Staff Holiday - September 6
  • Homecoming-September 16 (info below on dress up days)
  • Watch D.O.G.S (Dads Of Great Students) Pizza Night-September 22
  • Snack Shack - September 23
  • Vision and Hearing Screening-September 29
  • M.A.P. Testing- September 11-16

Staff Spotlight: Office Staff

North Elementary's front office staff is the absolute best around! When you enter the front office, you will be greeted by one of these friendly faces. They are happy to help students, parents and staff in a professional and efficient way. Student safety is their number one priority and we are so thankful. (Please keep this in mind as you communicate with our office staff.)

Ms. Josie-Receptionist

Ms. Regina-Registrar

Ms. Victoria-Attendance Clerk

Ms. MaryAnn - PEIMS Secretary

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Important Office Reminder

Due to dismissal procedures, North's office staff will not call students to the office after 3:00 p.m. Please wait for the 3:20 p.m. bell to pick up your child at their designated area.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!

Homecoming Dress Up Days

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Pirates Of the Month

ECSE-Jaime Moreno (Mrs. Branam)

He came to school following the pirate code and our class rules. He does his work, helps others, always helps his friends and usually has a smile on his face. He has already made such progress. We are so proud of him!

Pre-K-Natalie Martinez (Mrs. Rowan)

Natalie always works very hard and is very attentive to her classmates. If anyone needs help she is the first person to help.

Kindergarten-Violet Moreno (Ms. Everitt)

Violet is a great example of a true Cooper Pirate. She is respectful to all adults and is helpful and caring to her classmates. Violet is always willing to lend a helping hand and is considerate of others around her.

1st Grade-Hazel Hill (Mrs. Dickson)

Hazel is a hard worker and is a friend to everyone. . She is a great example of what a Pirate should be. I am so excited to have her in my class.

2nd Grade-Josh Lemoine (Mrs. Miller)

From day one, Josh has shown the qualities of an outstanding pirate! I have watched Josh share encouraging words with friends at his table and our whole classroom. I have received multiple compliments on Josh's ability to follow pirate code all across the school. From meeting hall way and special expectations to helping friends pick up at lunch time. Josh has set a perfect example of being a kind, caring and responsible pirate.

3rd Grade-Ryker Klein (Mrs. Sharp)

Ryker exhibits all aspects of our pirate code each day. Ryker not only works hard, but he also encourages others in the classroom that they can also do hard things. I can always count on Ryker to participate in class and offer support to other students.

4th Grade-Elena Johnson (Mrs. Jordan)

Elena comes to school everyday with a smile on her face eager to learn. She is a very hard worker and always tries her best! She brings a positive attitude to school daily!

5th Grade-Aubrey Loftiss (Mrs. Cole)

Aubrey is an amazing example of the pirate code. She works hard everyday to be the best student and friend!! Aubrey is willing to do extra work around the room for anyone who needs it, even with a broken arm! I am so thankful for the opportunity to teach Aubrey this year!

Flashback Fridays

Each month, students will participate in a day filled with engaging, quick review/pre-teach of concepts that data shows to be difficult for students to master. The day will allow students to rotate through many teachers so they are hearing and learning from other educators. Contents covered: math, reading, writing, science.

MAP Assessment

Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®).

During September 11-September 16, 2022, your child will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). We give students MAP Growth tests to determine their instructional level and to measure academic growth throughout the school year, and from year to year in the areas of Math, Reading, and Science. Your child will take the tests on a computer or iPad.

MAP Growth tests are unique in that they adapt to be appropriate for your child’s level of learning. As a result, each student has the same opportunity to succeed and maintain a positive attitude toward testing. Utilizing MAP Growth tests allows us to administer shorter tests and use less class time while still receiving detailed, accurate information about your child’s growth.

Each school year, students in grades Kindergarten through eighth grade will take the tests in September, January and April. Kindergarten will take the MAP Growth K-2 Reading assessment, while grades 1 and 2 will take the MAP Growth Reading and Math assessments. Students in grades 3-8 will take the MAP Growth assessments in Reading, Math, and Science.

We are truly excited to begin a new era that focuses on every child’s individual growth and achievement. Partnering to help all kids learn, parents and teachers can have a profound positive effect on the lives of our children.

Classroom Cash Giveaway


We can always use volunteers for events during the year. Getting involved in P.T.O. is a great way to get to know other parents and see the exciting things going on in your child's school in a unique way!

Volunteer Oppurtunity

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Lubbock-Cooper North Elementary

Andrea Crawford-Principal

Krista Klein-Assistant Principal

Whitney Tarrant-Assistant Principal

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