Congratulations to the of Class of 2020 who earned their High School Credential or ESOL Certificate this year!
Although we can't celebrate with you in person, we send our warmest congratulations and best wishes for your future success!
Newsletter: Special Edition!
This issue is packed with the information you need now - including housing, utilities assistance, unemployment, the new P-EBT card, and more!
LEARNING RESOURCES: It is important for students to continue learning during summer break. Please check out our Student Resources section for links to educational websites. HSE students are encouraged to use their Aztec accounts from home. Looking for resources for family learning? Check out the page Lowell Public Schools has developed for all grade levels HERE.
CENSUS 2020: Lowell Counts! The Census determines how Federal funding for programs like schools, disaster relief, and healthcare will be determined for the next 10 years. Please make sure your household is counted! It takes 10 minutes to complete and can be done on-line, by mail or by phone.
Watch this video: Lowell Counts!
This survey is for you to provide feedback on our emergency school closure and to understand your concerns about the potential reopening of school buildings, the possible continuation of remote learning from home, and the possibility of a model that blends both time in the building and time at home.
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.
The Lowell Public Schools and the City of Lowell are pleased to announce that the Lowell High School Class of 2020 in-person graduation has been scheduled for July 21st and July 22nd (rain dates of July 23rd and July 24th) at Edward A. LeLacheur Park.
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.
Director: Elizabeth McKiernan