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2023 Student Artbook

In collaboration with the Spring Design Celebration, students, with the support of Carolyn Levitan (OT), put together a collection of student art, and made it into a wonderful book.

Check out the work of our talented students' here!

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Congrats to the LPS Thunder!

A huge congrats to our Special Olympics of Massachusetts Basketball Team on their incredible achievement at the Winter State Games this past weekend!! The LPS Thunder did it again, bringing home a Bronze Medal on Saturday!! Everyone on the team showed excellent sportsmanship and teamwork, what a great finish to a TERRIFIC SEASON! Congrats to Tomer, Cam L, Lucas, Trenton, Allison, Dakota, Ella, Kyle, Nick, Jez, Nate, Campbell, and Mark. A special shoutout to the seniors Tomer, Trenton, and Nick and an EXTRA congrats to Nick for earning 2023 team MVP! You are all amazing!

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The Book Fair is coming!

LPS is hosting a Book Fair next week! The Book Fair will be open to students during the school day from Wednesday through Friday, and students will visit the Book Fair with their Reading/Literature classes. Students will be bringing home a flier with their scheduled date. We will also be open on Parent’s Night, Thursday April 12th beginning at 5:30...

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Family Night is April 13th!

We are thrilled to host our annual Family Night on Thursday, April 13th from 6:00-7:30pm.This is an Open House style evening when students can show their families what they have been working on this year as well as see their teachers and classrooms. As usual, we will also have the Book Fair open. We are looking forward to seeing our current families again soon!

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LPS student boxing in After School Program

Registration is now open for the Spring Session which runs Monday, March 27 - Monday, June 5.

Scholarships for the After School Program are available for families with financial concerns. If you are interested in more information please contact Amy Davis at

Deadline for scholarship applications is March 22. The deadline for registration is March 24, 2023 at 4:00 PM.

To see program offerings and registration info check out our website here.

If you have any questions contact Luis Gaitan at or call at(617) 965-0764 ext. 2225.

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2023 Design Celebration!

The LPS Spring Design Celebration is an exciting new fundraising event that brings our community together and raises money for the school. The focus of the event is to celebrate the hands-on learning of LPS students, showcasing their original designs in fashion, technology, art, and horticulture.

´╗┐Support our students and Register now!

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Free Speaker Series Event: Autism Diagnosis in the Context of Neuropsychological Evaluation

Join us on Wednesday, January 25, 2023 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM for the next in our Speaker Series events: 

Autism Diagnosis in the Context of Neuropsychological Evaluation: What to Expect from a Thorough Evaluation and Interpreting Results By: Dr. Natalie Noonan, Virtual Event via Zoom

Children on the Autism Spectrum often have complex neurodevelopmental profiles. This may include a wide range of strengths and weaknesses as well as additional diagnoses such as ADHD or Learning Disabilities. A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation is an important step in characterizing each child’s unique neurodiversity so their environment is optimized for them, and intervention can be individualized. Neuropsychological reports can be long and dense. In this talk you will learn what to expect and look for in a thorough neuropsychological evaluation when Autism is a component of the referral question and how to interpret the results from the report. 

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Blue/Green Day Success!

Last week for our Blue/Green day students participated in a Scavenger Hunt. 12 groups competed to find 64 clues hidden throughout the LPS campus. Team Blue Buffalo scored a perfect game with 64 correct answers-congrats on your unbelievable performance!

Shout out to Team Blue-Zilla for using their resources and finding a list of the Board of Directors on the website, and the Green Team Rovers for Googling a picture of a jar of baby food! Amazing creative thinking by the Team Blue Jaguars and the Silly Sevens Team for finding an adult wearing red who is also a student! Teams Green Gorillas, Green Slime, and Blue Jaguars win the safety prize for figuring out that the “lifesaver” clue was meant to be an AED, but we were delighted to find out how many people love lifesaver candies at LPS, so everyone got points for those too!

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