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Welcome To Our Alumni Websites

Old Photograph Of Classical High School Circa 1920

Alumni & Friends of Lynn Classical High School Inc.
Classical High School is a non-profit organization serving alumni, students and supporters of Lynn Classical High School to strengthen our community, build lasting relationships and continue the tradition of "Ram Pride"

Visit the Classical High School Alumni Website!
 
Lynn English Alumni Association

As we go through our daily lives, lets keep one important thought in our minds and hearts. That is to keep in contact with our friends who we shared so much with at Lynn English. 

We may not see each other that often. However, by way of our new website we all have the ability to communicate to Alumni Staff, Officers and to list any Comments, Feedback and/or Messages that are of importance to us.

Visit the Lynn English Alumni Website!

 
Lynn Vocational Technical Institute

The Lynn Trade and Lynn Vocational Technical Institute has a new Alumni Archives website.  This site is at its beginning stages and with your help can continue to grow. We are looking for content to add to our archives: articles, photos, past events and history of the school. If you have material you would like to share, please email it to lvtiaa2@gmail.com. We welcome material on alumni, students and faculty.

Visit the New LVTI Alumni Website! | Updated May 2013

The New American Assocaition Of Massachusetts

Project Citizenship
Free Citizenship Services For Permanent Residents - Starting November 2018

CLASSES
• Practice conversational English while learning about US history and civics
• Field trips to historical and cultural sites
• Flexible class schedule
• Childcare available

APPLICATION ASSISTANCE
• Eligibility screening
• Application preparation
• Fee Waiver preparation

For more information about these free classes please contact:

Alla Brikman
(781) 593-0100 extension 17
NAAMProjectCitizen@gmail.com

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Immigration Legal Clinics
Come meet with a certified immigration attorney to get advice on your case or that of a loved one. The advice is free, the appointments are confidential. All Attorneys are certified by the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Call in advance to reserve your spot!
Consultations are a maximum of 15 minutes

Clinica Legal De InMigracion
Venga a reunirse con un abogado/a de inmigración para obtener consejo legal sobre su caso o el de un ser querido. El consejo legal es gratis. Las citas son confidenciales.
¡Llama con anticipación para reservar tu lugar!

Todos los abogados están certificados por la Asociación Americana de Abogados de Inmigración
Las consultas son de un máximo de 15 minutos

November 1st and November 15th
December 6th and December 20th
12 PM until 2 PM

The New American Center
330 Lynnway, Suite 302 Lynn, MA 01902
natasha.rcam@gmail.com

781-593-0100 extension 18
Fax 781-599-3329

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About The New American Center
Located in Lynn, MA, the Russian Community Association of Massachusetts is part of a collaborative project called the New American Center. The New American Center was established in 2002 and is a multi-ethnic, multi-service site providing culturally appropriate and linguistically accessible social service assistance to refugees and immigrants in the Lynn area. The New American Center (NAC) was created by the Mutual Assistance Association Coalition (MAA Coalition) - a Massachusetts collaboration of grassroots ethnic community organization - in order to meet the needs of large numbers of increasingly diverse newcomers to Lynn. The Russian Community Association of Massachusetts is the lead organization at the New American Center.

Our Mission
Our mission is to assist newly arriving refugees with integration into American society in every aspect. We strive to accomplish this through the promotion of self-sufficiency, the building of bridges with the target community, and fostering the maintenance of the refugees' cultural identities. In support of this mission, RCAM pursues the following goals:

1. To educate newcomers about American society and culture
2. To promote civic participation and engagement with the larger community
3. To provide much-needed social services, advocacy, economic development assistance, and to facilitate access to mainstream social services
4. To provide avenues for learning, cultural expression, and cultural outreach

VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!

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The Lynn Public Schools has launched its official Facebook page, located at www.facebook.com/LynnPublicSchools.  The purpose of our Facebook page is to share information about our district and schools with the community.  Our students, teachers, administrators, staff, families and partners are achieving excellence and innovation in their work together every day, and we are excited to offer this new vehicle for engaging the community in our students' success.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE LYNN PUBLIC SCHOOLS FACEBOOK PAGE

The Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001
Public Notice to comply with P.L. 107-1 10, Section1111 (h) (6) (A)

The Federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires school districts that receive federal Title I funding to notify parents of their right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers who instruct their child.

As a recipient of these funds, the Lynn Public Schools will provide you with this information in a timely manner if you request it. Specifically, you have the right to request the following information about each of your child's classroom teachers.

• Whether the teacher meets the state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grades and subjects he/she teaches.

• Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or provisional status because of special circumstances.

• The teacher's college major, whether the teacher has any advanced degrees, and the field of discipline of the certification or degree.

• Whether paraprofessionals provide services to your child and, if so, their qualifications.

The Lynn Public School System is committed to providing quality instruction for all students and does so by employing the most qualified individuals to teach and support each student in the classroom. If you would like information about the qualifications of your child's teachers, you may contact the principal of your child's school.


Snow Emergency Update | January 2019
Vehicles parked on streets and sidewalks are subject to ticketing and towing. An announcement will be made when the parking ban is lifted. If your car is towed it will be $170 tow fee plus a $150 ticket. There is a $35 storage fee per day that your car is held at the tow lot. It is strongly advised that you find off-street parking during a snow emergency. The tow lot is located at 40 Federal Street behind the Fire Department Headquarters at 725 Western Avenue.
 
Snow Emergency Parking | Open and Closed Lots
OPEN LOTS
WARD SCHOOL ADDRESS
Ward 1 Pickering Middle School 70 Conomo Avenue
  Sisson Elementary 58 Conomo Avenue
  Wyoma Square City Lot $5 Wyoma Square
Ward 2 Lynn English High School 50 Goodridge Street
  KIPP Academy  
  Ingalls Elementary 1 Collins Street Terrace
  Manning Field Lot 28 Ford Street
Ward 3 Brickett Elementary School Lewis Street
  Hood Elementary 24 Oakwood Avenue
  Thurgood Marshall Middle School 100 Brookline Street
Ward 4 Harrington Elementary 21 Dexter Street
  KIPP Academy 90 High Rock Street
  MBTA Garage 200 Market Street
Ward 5 Johnson Street Lot Johnson Street
  MBTA Garage  
Ward 6 Drewicz Elementary 34 Hood Street
  William P. Connery Elementary 50 Elm Street
  LVTI Neptune Blvd
  LVTI Annex 80 Neptune Blvd
  School Administration Building 100 Bennett Street
Ward 7 Breed Middle School 90 O'Callaghan Way
  Callahan Elementary 90 O'Callaghan Way
  Classical High School (Large Lot) 235 O'Callaghan Way
  Lincoln-Thomson Elementary 115 Gardiner Street
 
ADDITIONAL LOTS
LOCATION ADDRESS
Barry Park Cottage Street
Barkland Dog Park Parkland Avenue
Pennybrook Road - Lynn Woods Pennybrook Road
Great Woods Road - Lynn Woods Great Woods Road
 
CLOSED LOTS
WARD SCHOOL ADDRESS
Ward 1 Lynn Woods Elementary 31 Trevett Avenue
  Shoemaker Elementary 26 Regina Road
Ward 2 Ford Elementary 49 Hollingsworth Street
Ward 3 Aborn Elementary 409 Eastern Avenue
Ward 5 Cobbett Elementary 40 Franklin Street North
  Fecteau- Leary Junior/Senior High 33 North Common St.
Ward 6 Sewell-Anderson Elementary 25 Ontario Street
  Tracy Elementary 35 Walnut Street
  Washington Elementary 58 Blossom Street
Ward 7 Fallon Elementary Robinson Street
 
CAR REMOVAL POLICY

- If parking ban is lifted BEFORE 9 PM:
Residents have two hours to remove cars from lots.

- If parking ban is lifted AFTER 9 PM:
Residents will have until 6 AM the next day to remove cars from lots.
- Vehicles still in designated snow lots after that time will be subject to ticketing and towing.
 
ALTERNATIVE PARKING OPTIONS

Parking is also available at the MBTA Garage at the intersection of Broad and Market Streets for a fee.

Designated snow parking lots will be opened for residents to be able to move their vehicles to off-street parking. Vehicles must be removed promptly from these lots at the end of a snow emergency parking ban or will be towed.

Vehicles parked on public streets and sidewalks during a parking ban are subject to a $150 parking ticket and $170 tow fee. Additionally, there is a $35 a day storage fee if your vehicle is towed.

Snow Emergency Parking Regulations will be strictly enforced. All violators will be subject to fines up to $200 and /or towing.

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Additional City of Lynn Snow Emergency Information
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DURING A SNOW EMERGENCY, PLEASE REMOVE ALL VEHICLES FROM THE ROADS AND SIDEWALKS IN THE CITY OF LYNN

Blue Snow Emergency Lights
Will Flash During Declared Snow Emergency Events At The Following Locations:

- O'Callaghan Way at Walnut Street
- Western Avenue at Centre Street
- Eastern Avenue at Essex Street
- Essex Street at Joyce Street
- Broad Street at Union Street
- Western Ave at Waitt Road
- Wyoma Square

 
SNOW EMERGENCY INFORMATION RESOURCES

- Television: WHDH (7), WBZ (4), WCVB (5), WLVI (56 & 7) and NECN
- Cable TV:
Lynn Community Television (LCTV)
- Cable TV:
Comcast Channels (3 & 22) and Verizon Channels (37 & 38)
- Radio: North Shore Radio | WESX AM 1230 – WBQQ l04.9 FM
- Newspaper: Lynn Item and Lynn Happens
- Website: City of Lynn Website
- Smart 911: Lynn's Notification System - Click Here And Sign Up!

 
CITY ORDINANCES AND REGULATIONS
The City of Lynn Ordinances require all property owners to Remove Snow and Ice Fom Their Sidewalks to ensure pedestrian safety.
HOMEOWNERS and RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY OWNERS BUSINESS and COMMERCIAL
PROPERTY OWNERS*
SNOW MUST BE REMOVED BETWEEN SUNRISE AND SUNSET, WITHIN 10 HOURS AFTER SNOW HAS FALLEN AND MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT THE DAY. SNOW MUST BE REMOVED BETWEEN SUNRISE AND SUNSET, WITHIN 3 HOURS AFTER SNOW HAS FALLEN AND MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
A CLEAR, FULL, PAVED PATH THE WIDTH OF THE SIDWALK MUST BE PROVIDED FOR PEDESTRIANS WITH A MINIMUM WIDTH OF 42 INCHES. A CLEAR, FULL, PAVED PATH THE WIDTH OF THE SIDEWALK MUST BE PROVIDED FOR PEDESTRIANS WITH A MINIMUM WIDTH OF 42 INCHES.
SNOW REMOVAL MUST INCLUDE CLEARING SNOW FROM ALL CURB CUTS, INTERSECTIONS, CROSSWALKS, HANDICAPPED RAMPS AND SIDEWALK LOCATIONS. SNOW REMOVAL MUST INCLUDE CLEARING SNOW FROM ALL CURB CUTS, INTERSECTIONS, CROSSWALKS, HANDICAPPED RAMPS
*PROPERTIES WITH MORE THAN SIX (6) RESIDENTIAL UNITS ARE COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR PURPOSES OF THIS ORDINANCE

- If the snow ceases falling in the daytime (7AM - 6PM) it is your responsibility to see that the snow accumulated on the sidewalk shall be removed within four hours.

- If the snow ceases falling in the nighttime (after 6PM) it is your responsibility to see that the snow accumulated on the sidewalk shall be removed before 10 PM the following day.

- Property Owners are responsible for making openings in snow banks between the streets and sidewalks at crosswalks, street corners and bus stops.

- If your mailbox is erected at or near a gutter line, make sure it can withstand snow clearing efforts. Also, the US Postal Service will not deliver mail if your walkway is not cleared.

- If your home or business is on a corner, please shovel a wide opening and help pedestrians get onto the sidewalk safely! Ask yourself if the path you cleared is wide enough for someone using a stroller or wheelchair to get through.

- Please make sure that ice is also cleared or melted from the sidewalk.

- If you fail to comply with the city’s sidewalk clearance ordinances or if you throw or dump snow from your sidewalk into the street, you will be issued a fine for such violation. After an additional 24 hours, if you have not complied with the ordinance, you will be issued an additional fine.

New ItemAcrobat Documents For Download (PDF)
Snow and Ice Removal Guide
2015 Snow and Ice Removal Amendment
Sign Up For the City of Lynn's "Smart 911" Notification System!
 
QUESTIONS OR HELP DURING SNOW EMERGENCY
Lynn Department of Public Works (24x7) (781) 268-8000
Lynn Inspectional Services Department (781) 598-4000
Lynn Police Department (781) 595-2000
Greater Lynn Senior Services (Info and Referral) (781) 599-0110
Contact Us About Your Snow Related Issues Using Our Online Form
THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION!
FOR A LIFE, HEALTH OR SAFETY EMERGENCY DIAL 911

 

 


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