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School Info

  • 43 Highland Street, Lowell, MA 01852

    Tel: 978-674-4331
    Fax: 978-937-7603

    Principal: Dr. Kimberlee Henry
    Assistant Principal: Mr. Roger Morneau
    Assistant Principal: Mrs. Nancy Crones

    Grades 5-8
    Early Bell: 
    8:40
    Tardy Bell: 8:55
    Dismissal Bell: 3:30

    Grades K-4
    Early Bell: 9:10
    Tardy Bell: 9:25
    Dismissal Bell: 3:30

    Grades: K-8

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    At Home Learning

School News & Announcements

  • Check out this inspirational song from Mr.Grenier, Mr.Buckley, and Ms.Grady to brighten your day!

     

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    LPS Provides FREE FOOD Monday-Friday During School Closure

    Meal service will be provided at the following locations/times Monday-Friday while schools are closed:
    • STEM Academy @ Rogers School 10:30 AM- 1:00 PM (at kitchen loading dock door in back)
    • Robinson School 11:15 AM- 11:45 AM
    • Greenhalge School 10:30 AM- 11:00 AM
    • Pawtucket School 12:00 AM- 12:30 AM
    • Murkland School 12:45 PM- 1:15 PM
    • Lincoln School 1:30 PM- 2:00 PM
    • Bartlett School 11:00 AM- 11:30 AM
    • Moody School 12:00 PM- 12:30 PM
    • Butler School 12:45 PM- 1:00 PM

     

     

    Meals will be provided from a Food Service Van or a Food Truck at each site.

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    With the unexpected closing on schools across the state and country, many digital providers have made their online content accessible for students and families for free to ensure that learning will continue at home.
     
    To help you, I will share various resources over the course of the closing. Many of these are used every day at school in different classrooms and should be familiar to students. These are not intended to be a replacement for instruction, nor are they a requirement for students to use. The school closings do provide an opportunity to apply our creativity and critical thinking skills in new ways. These can include family projects, learning to prepare traditional meals and complete household chores, and more time playing outside at home as the weather becomes more and more springlike.
     
    I will continue to post messages, activities, and updates on Facebook and Twitter throughout the closing. Please continue to practice frequent hand washing and social distancing to keep your family safe. And, as always, take care of yourself and each other!
     
    All the best,
    Dr. Henry
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STEM Academy in the News

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Lowell's STEM Academy Introduction to many possibilities
Lowell's STEM Academy Introduction to many possibilities
By Robert Mills

Lowell youngsters embracing STEM
Lowell youngsters embracing STEM
by Amelia Pak-Harvey

Arachnid rescue squad arrives in Lowell
Arachnid rescue squad arrives in Lowell
By: Rick Sobey

The Amazing, Madcap Lowell Kinetic Sculpture Race
The Amazing, Madcap Lowell Kinetic Sculpture Race
By: Greg Cook

District News

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information for Lowell Public Schools Families

    As a district, we continue to closely monitor developments with the Coronavirus (now known as COVID-19). The latest information about this situation will be posted on this page.

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  • Remote Learning Plan

    until we are able to return to school, we are prepared to offer our students a meaningful and engaging learning experience that also accounts for the pressures that families and staff are encountering during this pandemic.

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  • Grab and Go Meals for Students

    We are offering meals for students at a total of 11 sites during the weekdays while school is closed: Butler, Greenhalge, Lincoln, Moody, Morey, Murkland, Pawtucketville, Robinson, STEM Academy, Stoklosa and the Westminster Village Apartments.

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  • Additional At Home Learning Resources

    During this time away from school, we know many families are looking for ways to continue learning at home. These enrichment opportunities are intended to support your child's learning at each grade level and across subjects, but are optional.

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