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In case you are interested in taking courses for enrichment and/or in the event that you need to make up credit in a course you struggled in this year, take a look!
Summer School runs from July 2nd through August 2nd and meets on Tuesdays through Fridays during two blocks of classes: Block A: 8:30am to 10:15am and Block B: 10:25 am to 12:10 pm.
Additionally, the LOLHS Math Department is offering opportunities to review the essential skills of Algebra 1 to prepare students for success in either Geometry or Algebra 2. Information about these two review sessions is explained in the summer letters for Alg. 2 and Geometry students which are attached in this email.
To register for any of these courses, use the attached registration form(s) and submit the required materials to the LOLHS Main Office, Attention: Brett Eckhart, Summer School Coordinator, by Friday, June 28th.
If you have any questions about Summer School, please contact Brett Eckhart at 860-434-1651 ext.1202 or email@example.com.
Below find the following documents:
- Summer School Brochure
- Registration for Algebra
- Registration for Geometry
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Scholar Athlete Award. This award goes to "two high school seniors whose academic and athletic careers have been exemplary, whose personal standards and achievements are a model to others, and who possess high levels of integrity, self-discipline and courage."
Nice Work Anna and Casey!
Memorial Day Parade!
Well Done Wildcats
The Booster Club is hosting the Spring Sports Banquet Tuesday June 11 from 5:30 – 6:30 in the commons. Please join us for Gourmet Burgers from Rabbit on the Run Food Truck. Tickets are $20 each and must be purchased in advance.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Special thanks goes to LOLHS Student Leaders and Mr. Zubek for planning this event with such detail. Well Done WIldcats!
These students are recognized for their excellence in language learning and exploration of hispanic culture. They have worked tirelessly this year impacting our local, national and international communities. The slide show below was presented at the induction and includes all of their work for this year.
FELICITACIONES A TODOS!
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Well done Wildcats!
A team of 5 students from Fairfield Warde High School of Fairfield won the 28th annual Connecticut High School Geography Challenge at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain on Wednesday, May 22. The Connecticut High School Geography Challenge is an annual statewide interscholastic academic team competition hosted by Central Connecticut State University and its Department of Geography. The theme of this year’s highly competitive event was “Global Health and Disease”. Eighteen high school teams from around Connecticut competed in events focused on this year’s theme of “Global Health and Disease”. In the morning students scoured the CCSU campus in a modified orienteering event, read traditional maps and online GIS information in the map reading activity, and hunted for a gang of spies in a virtual scavenger hunt problem-solving activity. In the afternoon all teams competed in a geography quiz bowl. These events all had thematic “Global Health and Disease”-related questions for students to solve and answer.
Two teams of five students each from Lyme—Old Lyme High School finished second and fourth, and Housatonic Valley Regional High School’s team from Falls Village came in third. The second place Lyme—Old Lyme High School team was composed of students Juliette Atkinson, Kathryn Atkinson, Rachael Larson, Ryan McTigue, and Connie Pan. The fourth place Lyme—Old Lyme High School team students were Tess Allan, Eleanor Dushin, William Larson, Nikolai Stephens-Zumbaum, and Alex Williams. Only 12 points separated the top four teams.
WAY TO GO WILDCATS!
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27: Opening Day!!!
30: No School
2: Labor Day - No school
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