LPS District Wide

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Register May 18 through June 30:

STEP 1

Fill out the Online
Preregistration form
WWW.LAWRENCELEARNS.ORG

STEP 2

Prepare Required
Documentation

STEP 3

Call to schedule a phone
appointment with an Enrollment
Liaison at 978-975-5900

Visit

LawrenceLearns.org for more information

STUDENTS MUST BE 4 OR 5 YEARS OLD ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1 TO QUALIFY

Required documentation for student registration

  • Child’s original birth certificate
  • Proof of residency
  • Child’s Health Record - Including
  • Immunizations
  • Lead Test Results and Stereopsis
  • Legal custody papers - if applicable
  • IEP or IAP - if applicable

Family Resource Center
237 Essex St., 4th Fl, Lawrence, MA 01840 – (978) 975-5900 – www.Lawrence.k12.ma.us

See PK-K Registration Flyer (Spanish)

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A group of 31 dedicated LPS Teachers and Administrators spent the week at the national convening of UnboundEd's Standards Institute.  They joined more than 1200 educators from across the country for an intensive and transformative learning experience designed to improve, develop, and sustain instructional excellence. Our team is studying how the standards, content and systems can improve the performance all learners.   

Group of scholastic awards winners from PFA
 
The Lawrence Public Schools were well represented in the annual Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. PFA had 11 award winning artists including Gold Key winners Rosanny Almonte and Brittany Ortiz. There were also 5 winners from the Parthum Middle School including Silver Key winner Erika Torres. Some of the Parthum student art is being displayed in the office of State Senator Barry Finegold. All Massachusetts students in grades 7-12 were eligible to submit their work.

A student drawing of a skateboarder infront of graffiti

Students at the Parthum Middle school worked on watercolors of Lawrence landscapes during Acceleration academy.

 

 
 
Two guilmette students making mosaic of sea creatures

The Guilmette Elementary and middle school were awarded a grant to have mural artist David Fichter to to their school to do an installation piece. Students created drawings of Lawrence wildlife which then transferred into a mural size mosaic.