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Lowell Public Schools


Lowell Public Schools

Lowell Public Schools

Monday, June 14, 2010

UMass Lowell Announces this year's Summer Camps

Attention Families:

UMass Lowell Summer Camps

UMass Lowell Announces the return of their popular summer camps.

Among the programs offered are:

Athletics camps for basketball, baseball, softball, ice hockey, field hockey, soccer and volleyball enthusiasts.

Band camp, a week-long intensive program aimed at improving the individual skills and broadening the experiences of musically talented students.

DesignCamp, offering many hands-on science and engineering workshops for students in grades five through 11. Each workshop is built around a series of design projects, interesting science activities and problems to solve.

The Tsongas Industrial History Center’s summer camps, which offer youngsters a chance to visit four national parks in Massachusetts, build a canal system, and take a boat trip on the Merrimack River.

For more information, click on the link above.

Next Budget Meeting Set for Wednesday Night, June 16

The next Lowell Public Schools Budget meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 16 at City Hall in the City Council Chambers at 7:00 P.M.

Topics on the agenda include:

Student Achievement Gains Across the District, District Strategic Goal #2: Promoting Community Involvement in Order to Enhance Educational Opportunities for Students, Student Middle School Intramurals and the Evaluation of the Superintendent of Schools.

For a complete agenda of the night's topics, please visit our homepage.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Lowell to Host Innovative Cities Conference

Lowell is hosting the Innovative Cities Conference. The conference, titled Innovative Cities: Best Practices in Urban Development, will be held June 15-17th. This exciting conference will be hosted by our community partners: Lowell National Historic Park, UMass Lowell, Middlesex Community College, The Lowell Plan and others.

Stakeholders from the following areas will share their successful strategies for promoting small to mid-size cities:

Ann Arbor, Michigan
Asheville, North Carolina
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Lowell, Massachusetts
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Portland, Oregon

Conference topics will include economic development, the creative economy, sustainability, transportation, housing, education, etc.

For more information, visit the Innovative Cities website or email

By the way, while at the website, check out the section labeled "Lowell Attractions."

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Special Education Parent Advisory Council

The Lowell Special Education Parent Advisory Council will hold its last meeting of the school year on Thursday, June 3, 2010 at the Butler School Library Media Center on Gorham Street at 7:00 p.m. This will be a general meeting.

Stay up to date on Lowell Public Schools Special Education information.
All Lowell Public School parents/guardians and educators are invited to attend.

For more information call 978-454-1967 or email

Monday, May 24, 2010

Community Partnerships: UMass Lowell's Alex Ruthmann speaks to Lowell City Council

Community Partnerships

Dr. Alex Ruthmann, Music Education professor from UMass Lowell spoke with City Council members at last week's meeting. Ruthmann stressed the importance of sustaining vibrant partnerships and continuing to develop long term relationships that will benefit both students and the citizens of Lowell.

Click here for Dick Howe's blog posting and You Tube video of the meeting.