Here you will find our latest COVID-19 news and updates.

Preliminary School Reopening Plan

07.31.20       This is William Cameron, Superintendent of the Lenox Public Schools.  In addition to this voice message, you will receive a written copy by e-mail.  The text of this message will also appear on the Lenox Public Schools’ website, as well as on the Morris and LMMHS websites.      …

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An Insightful Letter on Our Current situation.

To the Members of the Lenox Public Schools Community: Attached is a letter that was distributed yesterday by Peter Light, the Acton-Boxboro Regional School District’s superintendent, to his district’s community. It’s a bit lengthy, but I ask you to read it nonetheless. Mr. Light speaks as an educator dealing with…

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Student Services COVID Update

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope you and your family are doing well during this unprecedented situation. Please know that we miss our students and hope everyone stays healthy. Although the buildings are physically closed, we are working hard to support your students’ learning and emotional needs. Your child’s liaison and /or…

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COVID-19 Update 3/16

03.16.20 This is Lenox Superintendent of Schools William Cameron. I am calling because we have received calls asking whether the Lenox Public Schools plans to remain closed at least until April 7, in conformity with Gov. Baker’s order. Please be advised that the Lenox Public Schools will indeed remain closed…

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Closing of Schools Due to COVID-19

I am writing to inform you that Morris Elementary School and Lenox Memorial Middle-High School will be closed for the next two weeks. The schools will be closed for instruction and all school-related activities and events starting this afternoon. The closure will continue at least through March 29. I am…

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From the Health Office

Dear School Community, I am posting here, once again, to request that students who are not feeling well in the morning or were ill the night before school, stay at home to recover. I understand that school work missed is very important; however, student health is of paramount importance. It…

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