District Events

person painting wall mural saying work hard, show compassion, be responsible

There are been lots of upgrades, renovations and improvements taking place all Summer around the District to get schools ready for our students this Fall. At the South Lawrence East, one noticeable change is this mural painted by the Assistant Principal and her family. Getting ready to welcome everyone back later this month. 

student scholarship recipients standing around the Exchange Club banner

This group of exceptional students from Lawrence Public Schools were among the area students recognized for their involvement in their community both academically and with their volunteer service. Congratulations to all the recipients of the Exchange Club of Lawrence 2019 Scholarships. We wish them the best of luck in the future. Click here for photos of the winners.

Lawrence Ciclovia and a Bike

Mayor Daniel Rivera & The Mayor's Health Task Force

Invite the Community to The Lawrence Ciclovia

Sunday, August 25th 2019

3:00pm - 7:00pm 

Downtown Lawrence

 

Parts of Essex and Common Streets will be closed to traffic

for biking, walking, skating, Zumba and other forms of physical activities.

Pedestrain and bike safety and active streets information to be offered.

 

Click here for Ciclovia Flyer

three students standing and showing their work

Shark Week was the theme at a recent Summer Celebration with the Special Education Department. Students from several schools shared what they had learned about sharks and many other topics as new staff visited the schools. Click here for some photos of the event.

LPS Staff at Convention

A group of dedicated LPS Teachers and Administrators are spending the week at the national convening of UnboundEd's Standards Institute. They are joining more than 1200 educators from across the country for an intensive and transformative learning experience designed to improve, develop, and sustain instructional excellence. Our team is studying how the standards, content and systems can improve the performance of struggling students.