Lowell Public Schools

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Edith Nourse Rogers School, which houses the headquarters

Lowell Public Schools is a school district headquartered in the Henry J. Mroz Central Administration Offices at the Edith Nourse Rogers School in Lowell, Massachusetts.[1]

In 1987 Mary Jane Mullen, a guidance counselor at the school district, stated on WGBH-TV that around 1977 there were significant numbers of Latinos and Greek speaking people, and that by 1987 there were still significant numbers of Latinos but that there were no longer significant numbers of Greek-speaking students. By 1987 the district received an influx of Cambodian students.[2]

Schools[edit]

Schools include:[3]

High schools[edit]

K-8 schools[edit]

  • J. G. Pyne Arts Magnet
  • Bartlett Community Partnership School

Middle schools[edit]

(5-8)

Primary schools[edit]

PreK-4

  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
  • Charlotte M. Murkland Elementary School
  • Greenhalge Elementary School
  • Pawtucketville Memorial Elementary School
  • S. Christa McAuliffe Elementary School
  • John J. Shaughnessy Elementary School
  • Washington Elementary School
  • C.W. Morey Elementary School
  • Dr. Gertrude M. Bailey Elementary School
  • Joseph A. McAvinnue Elementary School

K-4

  • Moody Elementary School
  • Peter W. Reilly Elementary School

References[edit]

  1. ^ "0616.pdf." Lowell Public Schools. Retrieved on April 10, 2011. "LOWELL PUBLIC SCHOOLS Henry J. Mroz Central Administration Offices Edith Nourse Rogers School 43 Highland Street Lowell, MA 01852"
  2. ^ "Desegregation in Lowell" (Archive). WGBH-TV. October 23, 1987. Retrieved on September 23, 2014.
  3. ^ "Schools." Lowell Public Schools. Retrieved on December 29, 2010.

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