By Coach Mercaldi
On Friday, January 28th the indoor track team traveled to HillHouse High School to compete in the Shoreline Coaches Invite. The invite had over 25 teams composed of Class S and Class M schools. Congrats to all athletes and a special congrats to the athletes that medaled: Aggie Hunt, Maddy Morgado, Olivia Powers, Gillian Milewski, Marco Supersano, Hannah Britt, Livie Bass and Callie Bass.
We would like to recognize and celebrate our seniors who signed their Committment Letters for their respective schools and sports.
Victoria Stout who signed with Marist College for Crew
McLean Signora who signed with Sacred Heart University for Crew
Riley Wareke who signed with Johnson and Wales for Baseball
WAY TO GO WILDCATS!
On Thursday this week, members of the Student Advisory Council (SAC) joined myself and Mrs. Molnar during our second session of "High School Here We Come!". SAC students answered various questions based on the Jeopardy game that we played with the eighth grade students. Students were able to gain a better understanding of various topics related to high school such as time management, homework expectations, study halls, elective courses, attendance, credits, dances, clubs and sports, etc. All this was to prepare them for February 17th when they will meet the HS Counselors and recieve their course selection sheets and later that night ... join us at the 8th Grade Student/Parent Night at 6:30 at LOLHS.
Congratulations to Jack Conley. Jack, currently enrolled in AP Chinese, has applied and was admitted to UCONN's Startalk Language Program in Mandarin Chinese. Startalk is a full year culture and language immersion program accomplished through gaming and storytelling. The themes of storytelling and gaming are used to engage students in a highly motivated learning experience and allows students to explore their own interests and self-understandings within a framework of cultural comparison and deepening cross-cultural competence while completing a series of exciting, creative projects.
Best wishes to Jack at the StarTalk!
Please access the link HERE for parents to volunteer for basketball season concessions.
Check out what is going on at the Phoebe! To sign up for this event use the QR code or go HERE.
Debbie Berndt has been collaborating with the LOLPC and School Athletic Program to bring cutting edge education and support to athletes, parents, and coaches. She is the Executive Director of Parent Movement 2.0, Substance Free Athletics, and the host of the new SAMHSA Podcast- What Parents Are Saying. It was a pleasure chatting with Debbie about marijuana, other drugs, and our kids- I encourage you to check it out!
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Sign-ups are available only the morning of the day you want to sign up
There is a limit of 16 students per day
The Weight Room RE-OPENS on MONDAY, JAN 24th so sign-ups will be available that Monday morning.
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Some important highlights:
For those who have reached out about providing check/cash on Tuesday, please bring it to the Main Office (and no later than Wednesday morning). In addition - we have received confirmation from the Pequot Museum that we will accept ticket sales until the end of the school day on Wednesday, January 19th. THIS WILL BE THE ABSOLUTE FINAL CALL FOR ALL TICKET PURCHASES TO WINTER BALL.
A few reminders:
Lyme-Old Lyme High School would like to recognize and congratulate Abby Speckhals for being selected for this year's Rotary's Science Student of the Month. Abby has excelled in many areas of Science including UCONN ECE Physics, AP Chemistry and AP Biology. She has just recently enrolled in an Independent Study for AP Physics for her second semester. Abby is not only a science scholar but a leader and team player in and out of the classroom. The Rotary moto of "Service before Self" is one that Abby is known for at LOLHS! Abby along with the February and March Rotary students of the month will be collectively recognized at a ceremony on March 24 at Saybrook Point Inn.
CONGRATULATIONS, ABBY, FOR A JOB WELL DONE!
The Business Department is proud to announce that the following students have successfully demonstrated proficiency in Personal Finance by achieving a passing score on the nationally standardized Financial Literacy Certification Test this fall. Subjects mastered include money, budgeting, banking, credit, insurance, investing, retirement planning, and financial planning and management. The students are officially, nationally Certified Financially Literate!
Congratulations to all on their
Focus on Education
Team 236-TechnoTicks met in a hybrid model this Saturday for the Kickoff of the 2022 FIRST Robotics Season. The team is looking forward to building a robot again, after working remotely on a Cube Satellite project last year, after the regular season was cancelled due to Covid. Students and mentors met in the Media Center, wearing masks, and were joined via Zoom by those who were unable to attend in person. The Kickoff was very exciting, with videos previewing this season’s game theme, playing field, rulebook, and kit of parts. The 2022 theme is “Rapid React”. Watch the game animation below!
2: Qtr 2 Progress Rpts
6: Safe Grad Mtg & Hideaway Eat Out
6: LOLPC Zoom @7
15: Winter Band Concert @ 7pm
20: Safe Grad Eat out at Sapore
20: Winter Choral Concert @ 7
21: Safe Grad Mtg
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