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    From the Executive
Director
    April 2. 2020

    We will continue to provide WEEKLY updates (or more if needed) to this document as time goes on and the situation changes. Please keep checking here.

    * LMACS is closed until May 4, 2020. We’ll send emails, tweets, all-calls, and post the information on LMACS.org and Twitter as soon as we are advised by the Department of Education to re-open school.

    

* Graduation plans may be postponed but we are committed to every graduate having a meaningful experience that is fun and leaves all our families with a very unique graduation memory. 

    

* Teachers are providing meaningful learning opportunities. You will receive information from all of your teachers with information so you can earn credits during the school closure. Teachers will also inform you of their virtual office hours. It is important to check your email accounts.

    Lowell Middlesex Academy Charter School continues to closely monitor developments with the Coronavirus (also known as COVID 19) and have been in contact with the Department of Education, the Department of Public Health and Middlesex Community College Emergency Management Team (EMT). We are aware that this is a very complex situation and appreciate that there is heightened concern among our high school community. All Massachusetts residents can get immediate text alerts from the state by texting COVIDMA to 888-777.

    Lunch will be provided for LMACS students and to all children during the weekdays at the nine sites listed below in the flyer. There will be a food truck on location for 30 minutes a day at each site. 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.  

    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 #2 about taking care of yourself and your families and pplease continue to stay up to date on the latest information shared on the Mass Gov 2019 Coronavirus website and the DESE COVID-19 Information and Resources pages. Please stay at home as much as possible in order to limit the number of people you come in contact with, also known as “Social Distancing” or “Physical Distancing.”

    Stay Well,
    Dr. McDevitt and Ms. Monoxelos

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