AmesburyThe Amesbury School District is unconditionally committed to every child, ensuring that all students experience success through the development of attitudes and skills necessary for lifelong learning by providing the highest quality staff, meaningful learning experiences, and a vitally involved community.  This district has two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school with a total enrollment of approximately 2,400 students.

BillericaThe mission of the Billerica Public Schools is to provide a safe, nurturing, and inclusive environment in which our students become critical and creative learners and independent problem solvers. As competent, responsible, and caring citizens, our students will know and apply the communication and computation skills necessary for working and contributing within a diverse global society.


ChelmsfordThe mission of the Chelmsford Public Schools is to cultivate the development of students into educated, self-confident, lifelong learners and responsible citizens who possess personal integrity and the ability to succeed in a global society. This district has four elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school with a total enrollment of about 5,550 students. 


The Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District is located in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, on the North Shore of Boston, MA. There are five schools which are located in the towns of Hamilton and Wenham, MA, with a total enrollment of approximately 2200 students.  The district strives to raise expectations for student achievement by engaging and challenging all learners.


LittletonThe Littleton Public School System is known for the strong promotion of learning and high academic standards, the ability to challenge all students, and the capacity for each student to achieve their potential. We prepare our students for lifelong learning and enable them to become contributing citizens of the world in the 21st century.  This district has two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school with a total enrollment of approximately 1,650 students. 


TewksburyThe Tewksbury Public School’s mission is to educate and challenge all learners in the Tewksbury Public School community while supporting their development as well prepared and productive members of a diverse global society.  The Tewksbury  Public Schools District has five elementary schools, two middle schools and a high school, with a total enrollment of about 4,400 students. 


Triton Regional

The Triton Regional School District serves the communities of Newbury, Rowley and Salisbury, Massachusetts. There is one elementary school in each town.  These three Pre-K through grade 6 are Newbury Elementary in Newbury, Pine Grove School in Rowley, and Salisbury Elementary in Salisbury.  Upon completing the sixth grade, students attend the Triton Regional Middle School which includes grades 7 and 8. Sharing the same campus in Byfield, is the Triton Regional High School.  The total student population of the district is approximately 3600 students, Pre-K through 12.   Triton Regional School District, unique in its ability to unify people and resources, inspires and empowers students to achieve high academic expectations, become responsible citizens, and demonstrate integrity in words and actions.

WestfordThe Westford Public Schools will provide an excellent, free education to all students in the community. The school system will engage its students in a challenging learning environment to prepare them for the political, economic, social, and technological challenges of a rapidly changing world. It will develop in its students the skills and attitudes that will enable them to be lifelong learners, to exercise sound judgment and to become responsible, contributing members of society. The Westford Public Schools has seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school with a total enrollment of approximately 5,300 students.

The Office of School Partnerships (OSP), formerly the Center for Field Services and Studies, is one of two centers in the Graduate School of Education at University of Massachusetts Lowell. For 25 years, the OSP has facilitated partnerships, developed collaborative programs and secured project funding to connect University of Massachusetts Lowell faculty and public schools throughout the northeast region of Massachusetts.

The office is a direct outgrowth of the Lowell Model for Educational Excellence, a comprehensive study of a local public school system. It was formed in 1984 to improve PreK-12 education in local elementary and secondary schools and to create and foster viable educational partnerships among university faculty, professional groups, community agencies and the private sector to respond to the needs of public schools.

The Tsongas Industrial History Center is a partnership between the University of Massachusetts Lowell Graduate School of Education and Lowell National Historical Park. The center offers unique field-trip programs and teacher workshops that incorporate hands-on activities and the authentic resources of Lowell National Historical Park. An interdisciplinary approach brings history and science to life for students and teachers.