The Cross Country team enjoyed a wonderful day at Fisher's Island on Friday, October 13 after hosting the Mega Meet on Thursday... keep running wildcats!
Lyme-Old Lyme Wildcats competed at the Yale Physics Olympics on Saturday, October 14. Student competed against 50 other teams from around the state under the leadership of their captain Hannah Morrison. Reed Spitzer, Ryan McTigue, Sarah Kwon and Hannah completed in five different events in which students needed to apply their knowledge of physics to solve puzzles. LOLHS Wildcats came in 2nd Place!.
Way to go Wildcats!
On Thursday, October 12th, seniors celebrated the first of this year's "Senior Celebrations" with the Annual Academic Letter Ceremony. It is presented to all seniors who have achieved a cumulative Grade Point Average of 90 or better after six semesters of hard work. After the morning ceremony, students and parents enjoyed a small reception.
Way to go Academic Letter Recipients!
Last week Tom Pincince addressed our students sharing his experiences about the Power of Social Media and how we should all THINK before posting. Smartphones of today were compared to cigarettes were of the 50s... Everybody smoked and only recently are we understanding the effects of them. It will not be for several more years that we will begin to understand the effect of Smartphones and ... Social Media.
Below is an article that was published just last week on TIME.com... Please take a minute to read it.
Lyme-Old Lyme High Schoo under the direction of Barbara Leen, is proud to announce the newly developed Math Academic Center (MAC). MAC will be open in the library starting Monday, October 16th. The Center will be open to all students and is staffed by students. It will be open during the school day, including fifteen minutes before and after school. Any student with homework questions can come to the Center for guidance and support. All students are encouraged to stop by and see what the Center is about! If you have any questions you can contact Mrs. Leen at email@example.com
Thank you to the MAC Committee:
Hannah Morrison, Kathryn Atkinson and Emily Tan
On Wednesday October, 11 the Rotary Club hosted the first Student of the Month Celebration for this academic year. Three students from Old Saybrook, Westbrook and Old Lyme were recognized for their excellence in English. Congratulations to Sarah Kwon who was named by Lyme-Old Lyme High School English Department as the Rotary Student of the Month. Sarah was recognized for her passion for learning and the excellence with which she uses words in an artful and meaningful manner through all modes of communication. Sarah is also so deserving of this award as she is a student who truly models the Rotary motto of "service before self". She is a role model in our school community seeking out ways to help our community whenever possible.
Well Done Sarah! ... CONGRATULATIONS!
Along with some other projects, Lyme-Old Lyme's National Honor Society teamed up this past week to raise money for Hurricane Relief through... TIE DIE and PIZZA sales!
Congratulations to the girls Cross Country team.!
They placed third at the Wickham Invitational on
Saturday, October 7
Way to go Wildcats!!!
This week and next, come and see it for yourself!. Lyme-Old Lyme High School is excited to be hosting the next 2 big Cross Country league races right here in our back yard! The Mega meet is this Thursday October 12th and the Shoreline Championships next week on Friday, October 20. Both meets will be starting at 2:30 pm (rain date Saturday 10/21- 10 am).
Run hard and Good Luck Wildcats!
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