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Welcome to the Lynn School Department

The Lynn Public School System is committed to providing all students in all schools with equitable opportunity for optimal achievement in all academic areas.

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Dr. Catherine C. Latham
(781) 593-1680
(781) 477-7487
www.lynnschools.org
DOE/Lynn School District Details

90 Commercial Street Lynn, MA 01905

Please select an item from the left hand menu to view additional information and download links to available files and forms.

The Lynn School Committee Information

The Lynn School Committee is made up of dedicated and experienced citizens of Lynn who are committed to work to maintain and improve the City of Lynn Public School System.

The Lynn Public School System is committed to providing all of our students in all our schools an equitable opportunity for optimal achievement in all academic areas.

Regularly scheduled meetings of the Lynn School Committee are held on the second and last Thursday of the month at 7 PM at the James Leo McGuiness School Administration Building at 100 Bennett Street, Lynn.

List 2012 - 2014 | School Committee Members
Secretary Thomas Iarrobino

(781) 593-1680

#157
Chairman

Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy
(781) 595-7697 23 Buchanan Circle
Lynn | 01902
Vice Chair Patricia M. Capano (781) 581-7235 105 Range Heights Road Lynn | 01904
Members Donna M. Coppola
(781) 593-4433 300 Lynn Shore Drive
#700 | Lynn | 01902
  Maria O. Carrasco
(781) 599-7375 301 Maple Street
Lynn | 01904
  John E. Ford, Jr.
(781) 598-6156 89 Woodman Street
Lynn | 01905
  Charlie N. Gallo (781) 592-9498
650 Boston Street
Lynn | 01905
 

Richard B. Starbard

(781) 599-7999 221 Verona Street
Lynn | 01904
List 2012 - 2014 | Subcommittee Members
  Athletics
John E. Ford, Jr. | Chairman
Maria O. Carrasco
Richard B. Starbard
  Building and Grounds
John E. Ford, Jr. | Chairman
Maria O. Carrasco
Donna M. Coppola
  Curriculum

Patricia M. Capano | Chairman
Donna M. Coppola
Richard B. Starbard
  Finance
Maria O. Carrasco | Chairman
Charlie N. Gallo
Richard B. Starbard
  Negotiating Donna M. Coppola | Chairman
Patricia M. Capano
Charlie N. Gallo
  Personnel Donna M. Coppola | Chairman
Patricia M. Capano
Maria O. Carrasco
  Policy

Richard B. Starbard | Chairman
John E. Ford, Jr.
Charlie N. Gallo
  Grants (Ad Hoc)
Charlie N. Gallo | Chairman
Patricia M. Capano
John E. Ford, Jr.

Please visit the LPS School Committee webpage for additional information including the new Marshall School project, School Committee Policy Manual and more.

Please visit the City Clerk's Meeting webpage or our Online Calendar for current meeting dates, agendas and specially scheduled meeting announcements.

You will also find complete School Department information on the Lynn School Department website.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register my child for kindergarten?
You must contact the Parent Information Center at the school administration building. (781) 592-8796

How do I register my children for school? You must contact the Parent Information Center at the school administration building. (781) 592-8796

How do I apply for free or reduced lunches? Your child's school has lunch forms which are given out each new school year in September. If you did not get one or find that you need one now, call the school office and ask them to send you one.

How do I apply to substitute teach? You must go the the school personnel office located on the fourth floor of the school administration building and apply.

How do I apply for a teaching job in the Lynn Public Schools? You must go the the school personnel office located on the fourth floor of the school administration building and apply.

How do I apply for a lunch aide job at a local school? You must apply at the school department personnel office located on the fourth floor of the school administration building.

The Home and School Partnership

As a parent, you have the most powerful voice in the education of your child. The Home and School Partnership

Parent Advisory Council is challenging all families, schools, and community groups to work together to support learning. Regardless of family income or background, students with involved parents are more likely to:

-Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
-Be promoted, pass their classes, and earn credits
-Attend school regularly
-Have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school
-Graduate and go on to post secondary education

The Home and School Partnership Parent Advisory Council cordially invites all interested parents to attend our monthly meetings. The Meeting location is Lynn Technical Institute Annex Building/School Administration Building at 90 Commercial St. in the second floor Staff Development Room from 6:30PM-8:00PM.

If you have questions about the Home and School Partnership Parent Advisory Council, please contact Sue Rowe at (781) 477-7220 ext. 230

COME JOIN THE HOME and SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PARENT ADVISORY COUNCIL!

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