Dr. Gertrude Bailey Elementary School

Achieving Excellence


School Info

  • 175 Campbell Drive, Lowell, MA 01851

    Tel: 978-937-7644
    Fax: 978-459-5314

    Principal: Ms. Kimberley Clements
    Asst. Principal: Mr. Jefferey Haines

    Early Bell: 8:30
    Tardy Bell: 8:45
    Dismissal Bell: 2:50

    Grades: PreK - 4
    Zone: 1

Upcoming Events

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    Lunch for Students Quick Link

    At Home Learning

Bailey Stays Home



School News & Announcements

  • Lowell Public Schools Virtual Read Alouds

    Check out the Lowell Public Schools Virtual Read Alouds.
    Click Playlists to see all schools or go directly to our Bailey teachers read alouds.

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  • We want to hear from you!

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  • Lowell  Public School Notice/Disclaimer for Online/Remote Learning Activities

    1. By logging in and/or allowing your child to log in and participate in Lowell Public School (hereinafter “District”) online/remote learning activities, you and your child agree, understand and have notice to the terms and information outlined below. 
    2. You and your child understand that your child’s voice, name, image, activities and work may and/or will be transmitted over the internet, into the homes of other students and staff-depending upon the types of remote learning available. The District will take measures to ensure secure transmission, but the District cannot guarantee or warrant complete confidentiality of your child’s voice, name, image, activities and work while participating in online/remote learning activities.
    3. In an effort to respect the privacy and intellectual property rights of your child, teachers and other students, you and your child agree that neither of you will save, record, share, or post any online/remote learning activities or any photos from these activities. Please also note that pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 272, Section 99, that it is also illegal to record a student or staff member without their permission.  Therefore, it is important that you and your child review the District’s Acceptable Use Policy (Elementary/Middle School handbook) as well as the District Chromebook and Internet Guidelines.
    4. Please also be on notice that District school rules and policies, as outlined in our handbooks will continue to apply to the District's online/remote learning activities. This includes, but is not limited to ensuring that all online/remote learning activities are free from bullying, cyberbullying, harassment or any other actions which would violate the District’s Code of Conduct.
    5. Additionally, we suggest that when your child engages in online/remote learning activities that your child does so in a quiet, private area to the extent practical given the circumstances, in order to minimize background noise and distractions and to protect the integrity of your child's engagement as well as the confidentiality of your child and other students.
    6. It is also recommended that you and other household members who normally are not privy to day-to-day classroom and group service discussions agree to respect and keep confidential any personal or private information (e.g. disability status) that may be inadvertently discovered as a result of online/remote learning activities.
    7. Please know that if you or your child have any questions or concerns in regards to online/remote learning activities, that you may contact Kimberley Clements, kclements@lowell.k12.ma.us, 978-937-7644 for more information.
    8. In addition, if you and your child have concerns about the online/remote learning activities, please contact Kimberley Clements, kclements@lowell.k12.ma.us, 978-937-7644 or the classroom teacher.
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District News

  • Lowell Public School Return to School Parent/Guardian Survey

    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.

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  • Summer Meal Service Schedule

    Summer meal service will be offered every weekday at the STEM and on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the following locations: Greenhalge, Lincoln, Morey, Murkland and Westminster Apartments.

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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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  • Lowell High School Graduation Ceremony Announced for Class of 2020

    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.

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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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  • Early Childhood Family Survey

    The Lowell Public Schools is asking all residents of Lowell with young children from birth to age 8 to complete a Family Survey so that we can better understand the needs and interests of families with young children in our community.

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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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  • 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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