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Guilmette Middle School

GLM Information


7:30am - 3:30pm

Phone Number

(978) 722-8270


(978) 722-8524


80 Bodwell Street

Lawrence, MA 01841

Calendar 2017-18


Delayed Opening Policy

Water Testing Results

Famous Portrait Artist Rob Surette performed his "Hero Art" for students at the Guilmette Middle School. He created 3 portraits, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Theresa and Albert Einstein during the show. When asked what inspires him, his response was, "I always wanted to make a difference, I always wanted to help kids.” He has visited over 3000 schools in 20 years in hopes to inspire kids to never quit and always work hard to make their dreams come true.

These Guilmette 6th graders completed a seven week after school enrichment Video Production Program. They learned a variety of skills from directing to voice overs. They also produced a PSA called "Guilmette Expectations". 
Congratulations Guilmette Middle School Football! Scoring a touchdown in the last minutes of the game, they won the Intramural Tournament with a final score of 14 - 8 over last years champs, Parthum Middle. More than 900 future Lancers learned skills in 7 sports and practiced teamwork as they competed during the Fall season.
The students and teachers at the Guilmette Middle School prepared for Veteran's Day today, but one class in particular did something different this year. 
Ms. Diaz's ESL- Newcomer program had the opportunity to walk to the Bellevue Cemetery in Lawrence. They spent time learning what Veteran's Day is all about while also recognizing the fallen veterans from our community. Each of the students had the honor to place a flag at the headstone of each one of the men and women who faithfully served their community and their country. The students took time to learn how important it is to honor and respect those who defend our rights and make it possible for us to enjoy the freedoms we have as citizens. 
Last Friday, the Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force, run by the Lawrence and Methuen Community Coalition, visited the Guilmette Middle School as part of Red Ribbon Week. In 1988 The National Family Partnership created Red Ribbon Week in memory of DEA Agent Camarena who was working to end illegal drug trade and use. Since it’s beginning, millions of children and families have taken part in activities like the one pictured above and it is now one of the oldest and largest drug prevention campaigns in the United States. 


Delilah Rivera, Director of the Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force along with Norma Cuevas, Alex Lora and Crystal Santiago provided substance abuse prevention information and activities for students at the Guilmette Middle School. The students expressed interest and appreciation, and pledged to “Live Drug-Free!”