Lexington Public Schools Central Office 146 Maple St, Lexington, MA02420 The Lexington Public Schools Central Office is a brick building located behind the school on Maple Street. The central…More office oversees schools in the district and works to provide guidance, guidelines and services for schools, families, parents and students in the community. Check the main website for getting involved or for information on services provided.
Lexington United Methodist Church 2600 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02421 Lexington United Methodist Church is a reconciling congregation, which means it is has made a public statement welcoming…More all persons, regardless of sexual orientation, to participate fully in its congregational life. In addition to Sunday services, the church also runs a weekday school, a non-denominational, non-profit half-day preschool serving children from Lexington and surrounding towns. Lexington United Methodist Church shares its building with St. John's Korean United Methodist Church.
LABBB Collaborative - Lexington 251 Waltham St, Lexington, MA02421 LABBB Collaborative provides educational programs for special needs students throughout the Boston area. Programs are…More available for early childhood, elementary school, middle school and high school, in addition to multi-handicapped programs. This organization also has locations in Arlington, Burlington, Bedford and Belmont, and all programs are held in public school buildings. The Lexington location specializes in programs for high school age students with multiple handicaps. Services include speech and language therapy, counseling, occupational therapy and self-advocacy groups.
Munroe Cemetery Rowland Ave & Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02421 This expansive cemetery is tucked behind the former Muzzy Junior High School—now condominiums—at the…More intersection of Rowland and Massachusetts avenues. The cemetery is operated by the Lexington Public Grounds Superintendent, David Pinsonneault, who is based in the Samuel Hadley Public Services Building on Bedford Street.
The Cotting School traces its roots back to 1893, when two Boston surgeons decided that children with physical…More disabilities were not receiving adequate education in the public school system. The school has operated in Lexington since the late 1980s.
Today, Cotting is a private special-education, day school, serving students ages 3-22. The school also offers a variety of after-school and athletic programs.
Tutto Italiano 45 Waltham St, Lexington, MA02421 Tutto Italiano is located on Waltham Street near the corner of Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington Center. This Italian…More deli and grocery store opened in 2006. The deli makes sandwiches to order using fresh bread delivered daily and fresh mozzarella cheese made on the premises. Platters are also available. The shop also carries a variety of Italian speciality grocery items. Tutto Italiano supports local public schools and other community organizations.