As part of the LOLHS Social Studies bi-annual program, juniors and seniors have an opportunity to explore Washington D.C. Take a look at their adventures... They were even addressed by CT Representative Joe Courtney on the steps of the Capital! Enjoy!
Kudos to the Lyme-Old Lyme K-12 Art Department and a special thank you to our Lyme's Youth Service Bureau for promoting and consistently supporting the Lyme-Old Lyme District 18 Art Program.
Once again, our District Student Art Show is a HUGE success! If you haven't had a chance to meander over to the Lyme Academy to see the talented work of our students grades K-12, I encourage you to do so. The pieces on display are truly something to be admired and demonstrate the amazing talent, passion and professionalism of our students. It is a stunning show.
Exhibit is open to the public
10 am - 4 pm
Congratulations to Lauren Schillawski for being selected as the Rotary Student of the Month for Technology and Engineering Education. Lauren is an outstanding Technology and Engineering student who has taken advantage of all courses offered in this department. She is an enthusiastic student who does an excellent job of working with high tech machines and hand tools alike. From programming our CNC machines to hand cutting and fitting parts, Lauren demonstrates craftsmanship and persistence in all of her work. Well done Lauren!
This was, in my humble opinion, one of the best Lip Sync ever... and I have been a judge for many of them. Students and teachers alike had a great time. More photos to come!
1st Place Winners
Barbara O'Leary and Lucy Walter with their rendition of "PANTS!"
2nd Place Winners
AP Spanish Class with "Si fuera un chico"
3rd Place WInners
Chinese II class with... a chinese song:)
Brennan Griffin with a solo act of "I'm mad"
e site provides information from five State agencies supporting students and their families: the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET), the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority (CHESLA), the Office of Higher Education, the Department of Banking, and the Department of Consumer Protection. There is also a Financial Literacy platform on the site that covers Paying for School, Managing Money, and Finding a Career. This is a great resource to help financial literacy within the state.
Select the image above to connect to this portal... check it out... lots of helpful information!
When adding electricity and heat energy to elements it causes their electrons to get bumped up to higher energy levels. When the electrons go back down to their original energy levels they give off the excess energy as light. The amount of energy and the jumps the electrons make determine the color of light and the emission spectrum given off.
Take a look at Lucy Walter's Chemistry students hard at work ....
Lyme-Old Lyme Robotics Team #236 came in FIRST at the FIRST Robotics Competition at the Waterbury Event. The competition included over 40 high school teams. The TecnoTicks rose to the occasion and brought home the win! Congratulations TEAM #236!
Take a look at some of the exciting pictures...
28: PAB mtg (virtual) @ 6:30
29: Senior Movie Night @6:30
30: End of Qtr 1
3: PD all day
4: BOE mtg @ 7
5: Stress Happens Wrkhp (LYSB) @7
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