• Lynnfield,  October 26 2018

    Lynnfield elementary schools could have nearly 1,000 students by 2023

     By Christopher Roberson   Within the next five years, Lynnfield’s elementary school population is expected to swell to 985 students, according to the most recent projections from Superintendent of Schools Jane Tremblay. The largest increase of 34 students is likely to occur going into the 2021-2022 school year. The School Committee’s Elementary Class Size Guidelines indicate that kindergarten and first grade classes should have 18-22 students; second and third grade classes should have 20-23 students and fourth grade classes should have 20-24 students. Tremblay’s projections indicate that class sizes would reach the upper limits of those guidelines and an average of nine classes would be needed for each grade level…

  • February 23 2018,  Lynnfield,  Lynnfield Sports,  Sports

    Superintendent responds to Florida school shooting

     By Christopher Roberson   In the aftermath of the Feb. 14 shooting that claimed 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., Superintendent of Schools Jane Tremblay outlined the various protocols that are in place to keep Lynnfield’s students safe. “In conjunction with the Lynnfield Police Department, we have made significant changes over the past few years in the area of security,” she said. “School security continues to be the number one priority in the Lynnfield Public Schools.” One security measure was to assign Officer Patrick Curran as the full-time school resource officer. “This has been instrumental in helping us to be proactive with issues regarding our…