District Events

Students smiling working on activity

Superintendent Paris and school principals spoke with PTO leaders and others about the importance of regular attendance in school. 

student posing in a penguin photo prop

Students from around the District were able to enjoy a sensory friendly event hosted by the Special Education Parent Advisory Council recently. The Winter Festival provided a place for families to enjoy fun activities and games together, like this fun penguin photo booth. 

teacher presenting in workshop

TEACH video: This video showcases a number of teachers from around the country, including from LPS, who shared strategies for getting their students thinking at this year’s 2nd annual TEACH conference, which focused on science instruction centered on the way that children learn.  

 


 

KnowAtom video: In this video, LPS teachers joined other teachers from around the country to discuss why they’re excited about the KnowAtom science curriculum, and how it empowers students to see themselves as scientists and engineers as they answer questions and solve problems.

student purchasing art at auction

Students in grades K-12 and LPS art teachers learned the gift of giving this holiday season by creating artwork to benefit two charities: Habitat for Humanity and Debbie’s Treasure Chest. Students designed animal portraits, painted bowls, vases, trivets and plates for Debbie’s Treasure Chest and LPS art teachers painted chairs in the theme of writers and illustrators for Habitat for Humanity. Over 100 students from 15 different schools in Lawrence participated in this event for a chance to give back to their community.

participants at Job Fair standing and talking

Lawrence Working Families Initiative (LWFI) collaborated with ValleyWorks (Masshire) on hosting their First Annual Job Fair this school year. We had over 75 participants most of which were LPS parents. We had 7 Employers from different sectors and 3 organizations that provided extended job readiness support to our parents. Parents were able to network, meet potential employers who are hiring Spanish speaking individuals, and find local job opportunities.

“LWFI partnering with families for economic stability and success”! Click here for more Job Fair photos.