SPARK Events

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Spark Academy receives 1,000 reusable masks from Chelsea based company in its goal of donating 50,000 total masks. 


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Mr. Q

Attention Spark students and families!

Online learning will officially start this Monday, April 6th. To access your tasks for the week, please log onto the website for your grade level by Monday at 9 am. We will have some work to do on your own and some live teaching time each day. To find out the times for your homeroom and get the links to your work, please go to the website below for your grade level:

6th Grade:

7th Grade:

8th Grade:

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Spark Teachers and Admin

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Dear Spark Academy Families,

Spark Academy will be closing for 2 weeks and all students should return unless told otherwirse by Lawrence School District on March 30, 2020. Attached below, please find two weeks of school assignments for your child to complete during the next two weeks of school closure because of the COVID-19 virus.  Also, your child may choose to complete the assignments posted on Google Classroom if they have an accessible computer, a guide on how to access the work online is also attached below.

Bruins Blaze using a computer

We found Boston Bruins mascot Blades testing out the new technology before today's ribbon cutting. He gave it a thumbs up and said it was ready for lots of learning. Thank you to the Bruins Foundation and the Red River Charitable Foundation for creating such an amazing new space for our students to explore the world of STEM. Click here for photos from the event.

workers install sun shade in form of Bruins logo

Crews were working hard at Spark this week as the finishing touches are made to the new STEM Lab. Bob Sweeney and the Boston Bruins Foundation are building a state of the art STEM lab for the school. Stay tuned later this month to see what is behind the Bruin's logo.