It's time for another round of after school programing!!
Program runs from 3:00-5:00pm. Various programs are held throughout the week on Mondays - Thursdays.
There is NO bussing, so students must be picked up from school for in person programs at 5:00pm or they can walk home.
Please sign up using THIS LINK.
The Butler Middle School had two students place in the statewide program.
Congratulations Ismah and Ayden!!
You can read their letters below.
RETURN TO SCHOOL FAMILY FORUMS
The Butler Middle School will be holding virtual information sessions for families of students prior to the students returning to in person learning.
There will be two meetings, split by grade level. Fifth grade students will be reutrning to the building first, on April 5th. The virtual information session will be held on MARCH 30 at 6:00pm.
Topic: 5th Grade Parent Forum
This only applies to students who have an in-person seat. Please contact the Family Resource Office if you have any questions.
Please click on the link BELOW to access key forms such as:
- The Technology Distribution Policy and Guidelines
- Emergency Forms
To help to support our student's learning during the summer, the district plans to offer a wide variety of free summer programming. Open to all current Lowell Public School students.
Superintendent Boyd is pleased to announce that current Shaughnessy School principal Dr. Gregory Passeri has been named the next principal of the STEM Academy, effective July 1, 2021.
Lowell High is holding registration for incoming grade 9 students for the upcoming school year (2021-2022). Students already attending a Lowell Public Schools middle school do not need to register. Only students who are new to the district need to register for grade 9.
Liam Skinner, current principal of the Daley Middle School, has been named new Chief Schools Officer for LPS. Daley assistant principal Robert Doyle has been named interim principal of the Daley and will assume principal duties there when Mr. Skinner transitions to his new role in July.
The Office of Public School Monitoring reviews each district and charter school every three years to monitor compliance with federal and state special education and civil rights regulations.