Lockwood Elementary celebrates 50 years with community carnival

  • Written by Kasie Harvey

Lockwood Elementary in Bothell is hosting a community wide carnival on Friday, June 7, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. to celebrate its 50th year.

At 5 p.m. there will be a new 2013-14 families “Meet and Greet” hosted by Principal Ann Madsen.
From 5:30-8:30, there will be tons of carnival fun going on.

Enjoy happy memories, stories, seeing old friends and classmates.

It will be a night to remember. There will be bouncy houses, cotton candy, ice cream, food booths, many carnival games and loads of prizes, including a Nintendo DS!

Walk through our Nostalgia History Hall and look for your teachers, friends and younger self in old yearbooks and photos.  

Rub shoulders with awesome students, parents, staff, and volunteers who have made Lockwood a great school for 50 years. When the Space Needle went up so did Lockwood.

“Calling all alumni who attended as a student, taught, worked or volunteered here, or are a friend of Lockwood Elementary School in Bothell during the past 50 years. We are looking for all Lockwood Leopards to come back home to the ‘Pride.’

“See your alma mater and how it has changed. Come join us and let’s party,” said Madsen.
 The Lockwood Carnival is open to the community with free admission for all.
Food booths will accept cash only and small bills are appreciated.
Please park at Kenmore Junior High and walk through the connecting pathway.
 Lockwood Elementary is located at 24118 Lockwood Road, Bothell, WA 98021.

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