Lowell Public Schools has announced a two-week closure and provided additional information, including lunch availability, on their website.
Coronavirus Information has the latest statement.
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All Lowell Public Schools will be closed for two weeks, starting Monday, March 16, 2020 through Friday, March 27, 2020. This includes all school-related activities scheduled to take place during this period of time.
Still no confirmed cases in Lowell
Central office continuing operations with remote access as deemed appropriate
The Family Resource Center (FRC) will be open, providing limited services.
Preschool registration will be delayed, from the originally scheduled date of March 16th.
Lunch will be provided at 5 sites, with a food truck on location for 30 minutes a day at each site.
A schedule will be sent when it has been finalized.
Lowell Public Schools is also working to set up additional sites as needed.
Lunch will now be provided at a total of 9 sites around lowell during weekdays.
All students ages 2-18 are eligible for the lunch program.
Students don’t have to be present to pick up a meal, a parent or neighbor can pick up the student’s lunch.
The times and locations are subject to change, so please check the Lowell Public Schools website or Facebook/Twitter pages for any updates.
Lowell Public Schools has announced the schedule and locations where lunch will be provided for students.
Locations: Bartlett, Butler, Greenhalge, Lincoln, Moody, Murkland, Pawtucketville, Robinson, and STEM (Rogers)
See the linked schedule for the exact locations and times when food is available.