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Lowell Elementary School
The doors of Lowell Elementary School first opened in September 1913, named for James Russell Lowell, who was an American Romantic poet, critic, editor and diplomat. With a degree from Harvard, Lowell used his poetry to express his anti-slavery views. He was appointed as an ambassador to Spain and later England in 1877. His use of dialect and satires was an inspiration to writers like Mark Twain and H.L. Mencken.
Lowell has become a melting pot of diversity in culture. During the 2000-2001 school year, Lowell began its first ever "English Language Learners" (ELL) program. Diversity of language and culture has been honored and incorporated into our student body. We welcome these changes and work together to accept and integrate the cultural differences that make Lowell so unique and so diverse.