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Check below for the latest news and information!
- Early Release Day
- Wednesday, April 4th
- Spring Break Begins-No School
- Patriot’s Day-No School, Monday, April 16th
- No School-Tuesday, April 17th – Friday, April 20th
- Early Release Day
- Wednesday, May 2nd
- Memorial Day-No School
- Monday, May 28th
- Early Release Day
- Wednesday, June 6th
Every day, LCCPS serves 800 children from across Lowell in ways that help them become better thinkers, stronger leaders, and proud community members. Join us as we work to improve their lives and our city by donating to LCCPS.
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Favorite Color Day
* April 4th
Fenway Fun/Opening Day (Baseball)
* May 2nd
Comic Con/Super Hero
Rainbow Colors Day
Favorite Summer Outfit
Attention Parents and Guardians!
We are pleased to present to you our first Theme Day Blog entry ever! LCCPS is very grateful for all of your donations on each theme day. The money we raise goes to each grade to be able to participate in field trips and grade functions. The graph below shows the amount we raised up to this point in the year as well as pictures of Theme Day Winners. You are making a difference and we are very grateful for that. Thank you so much for your contributions thus far.
The graph above shows the total amount that has been raised for each theme day.
The graph below shows how close we are to reaching our school wide goal.
From the Board of Trustees
Board of Trustees Proposed Meeting Schedule
School Year 2017-2018
March 27, 2018
April 24, 2018
May 22, 2018
June 26, 2018*
All meetings are on Tuesdays at 6 PM
*This meeting will include both the Annual and Regular meetings
Meeting Agendas are posted on the school website 2 days prior to the meetings
All meetings are held at:
Lowell Community Charter Public School
206 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852
The next Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 6 PM
Agenda items are posted here:
LCCPS Welcomes New Executive Director
The Board of Trustees at Lowell Community Charter Public School is pleased to announce that they have appointed Nicholas Leonardos as the new Executive Director for the school. In discussing his new position, Mr. Leonardos expressed gratitude and excitement. “I’d like to thank the Board of Trustees for extending this wonderful opportunity to lead such a dynamic community of learners. I embrace the responsibility to help to close the achievement gaps that exist in our society today. I was impressed by the mission and vision of the school, and the spirit shown by the staff and parents that I've met so far has been remarkably positive.”
Nick Leonardos is a career educator with a deep understanding of high-quality instruction and a track record of improving outcomes for children in elementary and middle school environments. Nick has spent his administrative career working with stakeholders to use data, set goals, and promote best practice to advance learning. In every learning community Nick has worked in, he has established strong relationships with the school's students, parents, staff, administrative leadership, and the community to foster a culture of high achievement and competency for all.
Nick joins Lowell Community Charter Public School with more than 18 years’ experience as a school principal and 26 years in public education. He started his career student teaching in Los Angeles and teaching in Houston as part of the Teach for America program. He was part of the launch of Boston Renaissance Charter School when it opened in 1995, serving first as a teacher and subsequently as Academy Director. Most recently, he served as a principal in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he successfully led a school through a major transition and spearheaded efforts that led the school to attain Level One status.
In 2006, Nick was the recipient of the Milken Educator Award from the Milken Family Foundation, an annual award which recognizes excellent educators in each state. Nick completed his undergraduate study at McGill University and received a Master’s in Education Administration, Planning and Social Policy from Harvard University. He lives in Cambridge with his wife and has two daughters now enrolled in college.
Mr. Leonardos will take up his post at LCCPS on July 1, 2017. Mr. Hung Mai, Chair of the Board at LCCPS, spoke about the search process and the selection of Mr. Leonardos at the board’s regular meeting in February. Of Mr. Leonardos, he said “Nick has an incredible wealth of experience and such passion for this work and our mission. His vision will help guide the school in the years to come and we anticipate great things for LCCPS under his leadership.”