Field Day volunteers

Please use this link to volunteer for field day June 10th


September Lunch Menu

Sept Lunch Menu

Nurse Update

Good Afternoon Linden Families,


This is Mr. Garcia with a message from all families with an important message from school nurses.


If your child had medication in school such as daily medication, an epipen, or an inhaler in school or is currently receiving new medication. The school nurses must receive a new medication order from the doctor and a new signed parent permission form as well as the medication.  All medication must be brought into school by the guardian.  Do not send the medication in with your child, the medication must be handed to the nurses and counted together.  You can call the doctor’s office for a medication order and have them fax it to the nurses at (781) 388-0887, you can also email the nurses at or you can hand deliver it to the nurses on the first day back to school.  When you arrive at school please call us at either (781) 397-7014 or (781) 397-1511 and we will come out to meet you.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.  


Thank you,

Nurse Lauren and Nurse Nensi

February SEPAC meeting


December Newsletter

Check out this months newsletter


November/December Updates



LSA has  been approved to begin the SEL

The SEL & Mental Health Academy is a project funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to help schools and districts across the Commonwealth develop multi-tiered systems of SEL and mental health supports—classroom instruction, small-group support, and individualized care—that are effective, culturally sensitive, and sustainable. 

Over a three-year period, teams from selected districts participate in annual institutes combined with ongoing professional development, coaching, and customized technical assistance. These supports are designed to help schools integrate social and emotional learning (SEL) and mental health with their current MTSS frameworks, and align new programming with existing priorities, systems, and practices.

The Academy addresses these areas of content:

Project Slice 

Recently a team of teachers in multiple grades attended Project Slice. This was professional development that allowed teachers to experience Project Based Learning.   Like an entry event for a project, a Project Slice carries a lot of emotional weight and creates a genuine “need to know” energy about PBL and how to make it happen for all students. 

Art Supplies

Last Week Linden distributed art supplies to all students.  If you didn’t pick them up for your child you can contact Linden and let us know when you would like to drop in for a pick up.

Spirit Week

Linden Celebrated Spirit Week from November 23rd to the 25th

Please check out the Nearpod with some of the entries!


Get ready for our December Spirit week  December 21st-23rd

Submit your outfits on nearpod Using code ZM354

December 21- Dress like a Candy Cane- Wear red and white- 

December 22nd- Twin Tuesday- Dress like someone in the school

December 23rd- Cozy PJ Day- Wear your coziest pajamas


Parent Conferences/ Report Card Night

REPORT cards will be mailed home for students in grades 1-4. Students in grades 5-8 can access report cards through X2 on December 9th. 

Wednesday, December 16th from 5:30 to 7:00 PM.  Please check with your child’s teacher for a sign up link using Calendly 


Upcoming Dates

Winter Break will be from December 24-January 1st. School will resume on January 4th for all students.

December 31st Say GOODBYE to 2020 and HELLO to 2021


              To reach administration please use the following contact information

Mr. Rafael A. Garcia Jr., Principal

 Ms. Stacey Scott, Assistant Principal K-4            

  Ms. Julie Maguire-Jones, Assistant Principal  5-8                                      


    “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” — Malcolm X