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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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  • SPED Family Letter from LPS

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  • 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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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

  • A Safe School Reopening Plan for September

    The Lowell Public Schools reopening plan prioritizes the safety of our students and staff and is designed to maximize options for families, offering you a choice between remote learning or in-person learning.

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  • Update Your Contact Information

    We want to make sure you are receiving our messages! If you currently have a student in the Lowell Public Schools, please fill out this form and make sure that we have your correct email address/contact information.

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  • Summer Meal Service Schedule

    Summer meal service will be offered at 10 different locations: Greenhalge, Leblanc Park, Lincoln, McAuliffe, Morey, Murkland, Shedd Park, South Common Pool, STEM Academy, and the Westminster Apartments.

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  • Help Desk Service Tent Schedule

    If you need help with your LPS-issued device or want to return a computer you borrowed, the LPS Technology Help Desk will be setting up service tents throughout the district.

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  • Ongoing Efforts to Combat Racism

    Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joel Boyd addressed the district's ongoing efforts to combat racism in a letter sent to Lowell Public Schools families and staff.

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  • New School Leaders for Lowell High & Sullivan Middle School

    Superintendent Boyd has announced that Michael Fiato has been appointed Head of School for Lowell High School​ and that Ian Charles has been appointed principal of the James Sullivan Middle School.

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  • Registration Info for the 2020-2021 School Year

    The registration period will start on May 26 for Kindergarten, Preschool, and for all students entering grades 1-12 who are new to the district. Registration will now be done online.

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  • Diversifying Teacher Leaders Fellowship

    Lowell Public Schools, Project Learn, and UMass Lowell College of Education are committed to recruiting, supporting and retaining educators of color who represent the racial and ethnic backgrounds of the students and communities LPS serves. This initiative offers an opportunity to develop a cohort of teachers of excellence who become teacher leaders within LPS.

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