Thank you for visiting the Ludlow Public School's district website. It is our hope that parents, family members, students, staff and the public can use this site as an informative online resource for information regarding our school district.
The district has five schools:
- East Street Elementary School- Grades PK, K and 1
- Chapin Street Elementary School- Grades 2 and 3
- Veterans Park Elementary School- Grades 4 and 5
- Paul R. Baird Middle School- Grades 6, 7 and 8
- Ludlow High School- Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12
Please click on the "Schools" link above to navigate to individual school websites for information and news.
To download a copy of the approved School Calendar for school year 2013 - 2014, please click here.
Murals Brighten East Street Hallways
When staff and students at East Street School returned from the summer vacation they were delightfully surprised with the addition of three murals brightening the hallways in the preschool area: the garden mural by room 126, the jungle mural by room 125 and the ocean mural by room 121. Each of the murals is exquisitely detailed to spark the imagination of children and adults, alike. In addition, when visitors enter the new Student Support Resource Library they are warmly welcomed by both Clifford the Big Red Dog and two playful lion cubs, reminding all of East Street Pride.
The murals are the resplendent artwork of Marybeth Silva, a Substitute Teacher/Paraprofessional in the Ludlow Public Schools, for the past eight years. Mrs. Silva is a graduate of The Rhode Island School of Design, with a BFA in Illustration. This project came to fruition when Mrs.Nikki Reed, LPS Special Educatioin Supervisor, learning of Mrs. Silva’s artistic talent approached her with the mural idea for a summer project. After meeting with Mrs. Reed to discuss some ideas generated by staff, Mrs. Silva happily picked up her paint brushes, turned on her imagination and set to work creating these amazing murals for all to enjoy.
Best Buddies Chapter Started at Ludlow High School
Recently, members of the newly formed Ludlow High School Best Buddies® Chapter prepared and shared a homemade lasagna dinner complete with salad, garlic bread, juice and two different cakes for dessert with district administrators including, Superintendent Gazda, Mrs. Nemeth, Mr. Halpin, Mrs. Kurty and Mrs. Goulet. This is just one of the activities these “Best Buddies” planned when they meet two times a month during advisories. By all accounts it was a resplendent success, which is clearly evident in the pictures provided by the LHS Life Skills Teacher, Mrs. Bedore. To learn more about how this new Chapter came to fruition at Ludow High School click here.
The Ludlow Public Schools Mission
The mission of the Ludlow Public Schools is to provide a quality education for every student by working in partnership with parents and community to assist each student in reaching his/her full potential.