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    From the Executive
    May 26. 2020

    The Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter School continues to follow the guidance of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as we plan for the remainder of the school year. We just finished another week of high quality and creative teaching by our faculty. Please refer to our Remote Learning Plan for more information.

    We are extremely proud of our students and faculty for how hard everyone is working to keep up with their education. It is important that students read and/or respond to the emails sent by faculty. These include Advisor check-ins, invitations to join a Google Classroom, health updates from the School Nurse, offers of support from Social Workers, and academic tutoring. The final day of school for LMACS is June 10, 2020. The last day of remote teaching for seniors is May 29, 2020.

    We are aware that this is a very complex situation and appreciate that there is heightened concern among our high school community. Please continue to stay up to date on the latest information shared on the website and the DESE COVID-19 Information and Resources. All Massachusetts residents can get immediate text alerts from the state by texting COVIDMA to 888-777 or call 211 for information and a referral hotline.

    Lunch continues to be provided for LMACS students and to all children during the weekdays at the eleven sites listed below in the flyer. Additionally, “to go” breakfast will be offered at that time to save until the following morning. Please call your local town hall for location of your food bank if additional support is needed. Food, financial support and information on other resources are available here: Local, State and Federal Resources. All LMACS families will be receiving supplemental funds to provide food in the form of a SNAP card by the end of May. Please find detailed information at the Pandemic - Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) Program website.

    It is important to check our COVID-19 Resources and Information page for additional details during the school closure. Please read the Health & Wellness Weekly Bulletin #8 for tips to managing this prolonged pandemic that we are experiencing. Please stay safe and continue to practice physical distancing and social connecting.

    Stay Well,
    Dr. McDevitt and Ms. Monoxelos