Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

Achieving Excellence


School Info

  • 300 Chelmsford St., Lowell, MA 01851

    Tel: 978-937-2846
    Fax: 978-937-2855

    Principal: Dr. Ruben Carmona
    Assistant Principal: Kayla Dorsey-Twumasi

    Early Bell: 8:30
    Tardy Bell: 8:45
    Dismissal Bell: 2:50

    Grades: PreK - 4
    Zone: City-Wide

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School News & Announcements

  • Families, please be on the look out for our Parent-Teacher Conference forms coming home to you this week. We encourage you to schedule a time to meet with your child's new teacher this Thursday evening, October 12th, between 4-6 pm.

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  • Our 21st Century Program for the 2017-2018 school year will begin this week! If you have receieved a confirmation of acceptance letter from your child they will begin their attendance. Kindergarten students will attend Monday-Thursday each week. Grades 1-2 will attend on Monday & Wednesday of each week. Grades 3-4 will attend on Tuesday & Thursday of each week. A notification will be sent home in the event of any class cancellations. All participating students should attend every session.

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  • Check out what our 21st Century Program has been up to this summer!

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District News

  • LPS Student Artwork

    Part of the The Lowell Art & Makers Festival, Lowell Public School Student Artwork will be on display at the Lowell Telecommunication Center September 7th through September 29th

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  • Student Bus Passes

    This is an important message for parents who have their children transported to school by the Lowell Public Schools.

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  • Greenhalge School Wins Level 3 Turnaround Grant

    Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Salah Khelfaoui, is pleased to announce that the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has awarded a Level 3 Turnaround Grant to Lowell Public Schools on behalf of Frederic T. Greenhalge Elementary School in the amount of $600,000.

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  • Community Resource Guide

    The Office of Student Support Services is happy to announce the launching of the Lowell Public Schools online Community Resource Guide. This project was developed through the collective efforts of the Lowell Public Schools Dropout Prevention and Elementary Counseling Grant Teams.

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