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Welcome to the Joseph Estabrook Elementary School!
 

Estabrook School is a K-5, 500 student school in historic Lexington, Massachusetts. We are one of nine schools in the Lexington Public Schools, proudly serving a diverse student body with comprehensive and rigorous curriculum. 

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Niche K-12 Best Schools 2015 ranked Estabrook School
 
 
Since 2010, Estabrook School has been recognized for academic high growth twice by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. 
 
In 2012, Estabrook was awarded the Massachusetts Wellness Gold Medal Award by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
 
In February 2014, we officially opened the NEW Joseph Estabrook School! We extend our deepest gratitude to the Town of Lexington for their generous gift of a new school building.

Please visit our website often for news, events and dates. You can also follow us on Twitter via #EstabrookSchool   

Welcome to the NEW Joseph Estabrook School!
 
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         Sandra A. Trach, Principal
 
 
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  • Niche K-12 Best Schools
     
    ranked Estabrook School
     
    #1 in Metro Boston &
    #1 in Massachusetts for
    BEST PUBLIC
    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
     
    #51 in U.S. for
    BEST PUBLIC
    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
     
    #3 in Metro Boston &
    #3 in Massachusetts for
    BEST ACADEMICS
    in Public Elementary School
     
    #34 in U.S. for
    BEST ACADEMICS
    in Public Elementary School
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  • Join us on Wednesday, January 14, 8:15-8:45 a.m. for Safe Routes to School Day! Students are encouraged to walk, carpool, bus or bicycle to school! 
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  • Join us as we "Jam the Van" at Estabrook School for the Interfaith Food Pantry on 1/14! 
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  • Join us on 1/14, 8:45-9:30 a.m. for the "Principal Walking Tour" of K-5 Classrooms!  Join us for coffee, conversation and classrooms visits!
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  • Join us on 1/15, 7-8:30 pm. for Part II of our Student Stress Seminar, funded by the LEF. Dr. Christopher Kaufman will present strategies on supporting student stress. This is not a repeat event from 12/4. Open to the public.
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