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New Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services

Alice Brown-Legrand, Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services
Ms. Brown-Legrand, the former Coordinator of the Laura Lee Therapeutic Day School, is coming back to Lowell Public Schools having most recently served as the Director of Student Support Services for the Wilmington Public Schools.
In that role, which she has held since 2017, she oversaw a $20M Student Services budget, including all Special Education programming, 504, Title IX, Preschool Programming, Behavioral Health, Civil Rights and Nursing Services, and Discipline and Bullying Harassment process compliance.
Additionally, she has taught courses in Special Education and Assessment as an adjunct professor in the Lesley University Graduate School of Education since 2016.
She began her career in Lowell Public Schools in 1997 as a school psychologist, a role she held until 2012 when she became the coordinator of the Laura Lee Therapeutic Day School, a position she held for four years and in which she was highly regarded by her colleagues and the students and families she served.
Brown-Legrand holds a bachelor’s degree from Mount Saint Mary College, a master’s degree in School Psychology from Northeastern University, and a certificate in advanced graduate studies (CAGS) in Educational Psychology from Northeastern University.