Change of Address Form
If you have recently moved or you need to update the address Lowell Public Schools has on file, all change of address requests are completed through the Family Resource Center's online change of address form:
A case manager will be in touch with you when we receive your request. At that time, the case manager will request one of the following as proof of your new address:
- Current gas, electricity, or cable bill (current is defined as issued in the past 30 days)
- Current lease
- Current mortgage statement
If you are unable to provide proof of your new address, please contact Family Resource Center Coordinator Dr. Rebecca Duda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions About Address Changes
I am moving to a new zone. May my child remain in their current school?
- If your child attends a school in a designated zone, you will need to select a school in your new zone. Your case manager will assist you with this. If your child attends a citywide school, it does not matter which zone you live in. Click here for more information and for a full list of schools by zone.
I currently qualify as a McKinney-Vento family. Will my child need to change schools when I move?
- Families who are identified as McKinney-Vento do not need to change their child's school if they move. The child is eligible to remain in their school of origin. Please contact Rosa Segarra-Morales at email@example.com if you have questions about school of origin questions.
I live in a shelter. What can I use as proof of address?
- The shelter will provide you with a letter which we will accept as proof of address. If you are in a shelter and the shelter will not provide a letter, or you would like to have a confidential conversation about your living situation due to safety concerns, please contact Rosa Segarra-Morals at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We live with another family. We cannot provide the required proof of address. What can we do?
- If you are living with a Lowell resident, you will need to complete a third party affidavit. Both of you (child’s parent/guardian and the Lowell resident with whom you are living) must fill out the form and have it notarized. The Lowell resident will need to have a photo id and a current utility bill. The Family Resource Center has a Notary Public on staff and an appointment will be made for you to be notarized. Please contact Family Resource Center Coordinator Dr. Rebecca Duda at email@example.com if you have questions about Third Party Affidavits.