For general inquiries, please email us at: email@example.com
Transportation office call: 978-674-4333
If you need to update your phone number or email please use this form.
WORK PERMITS are issued remotely or in person on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. In order to to be issued a work permit, you will need to submit your two page permit application and your birth certificate (either scanned document or picture). Also, please provide the following information in your email:
- Student's current home address
- Hair Color
- Eye Color
- Last School Attended
- Last Grade Completed
Please email your completed paperwork to: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you need the paperwork for your employer to complete, please download from our website.Please allow 48 hours for us to complete and forward your work permit.If you are a student at the Greater Lowell Technical High School, you can email your work permit requests to email@example.com and that school will issue you a work permit.We do not issue work permits for New Hampshire. You will need to go to that municipality for them to issue the permit.
From the Coordinator
As the Coordinator of the Family Resource Center, I would like to welcome you and your family to the Lowell Public Schools! The City of Lowell is a dynamic and diverse city with much to offer--including a vibrant and engaging school system.
The Family Resource Center is here to welcome your family to the Lowell Public Schools. Beginning a new school whether it is for kindergarten or grade 12, is an exciting, and sometimes nerve wracking, experience for both parents and children. There are many things to consider as a parent--how to register your child, which school you would like your child to attend, transportation, after school programs, and so much more. For the children, they will be encountering all new things--new classmates, new teachers, after school activities, and athletics to name just a few. Our goal at the Family Resource Center is to help you and your child make a seamless transition to our school system.
In addition, the Family Resource Center is here to help families access other community resources or agencies which they may need. Myself and my staff are here to assist you in any way we can. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
We update this web site with information weekly. Check back often.
Again, welcome to Lowell!
Dr. Rebecca A. Duda
Dr. Rebecca A. Duda
Coordinator Family Resource Center
District Homeless Liaison
Degrees and Certifications:
Doctor of Education, Endicott College
Master of Education, Salem State University
Master of Arts, Salem State University
Master of Arts in Teaching, Salem State University
Bachelor of Arts, Salem State University
151 Merrimack Street
Lowell MA 01852