Take a look at this resource: WideOpenSchool.org. It has suggestions, various sites, tools, even events to go to ... virtually. It includes all different disciplines even ideas for our well-being!
Totally worth a look. Take a minute and view this short video from Mrs. Trost taking you for a little tour of the vast site.
LOLHS would like to RECOGNIZE AND CONGRATULATE
who was a top ten essayist in the Laws of Life Essay Contest.
The School of Ethical Education's (SEE) 2019-20 Laws of Life Essay Program is a character education essay writing contest that includes students reflecting, writing and discussing their laws of life (ethical values) that help people live productive and meaningful lives. Laws of Life values should lead to positive and life-affirming essays. The essay theme was Perseverance and Struggle - this year there were over 2,500 essayists who participated.
Well Done Hayden!!!
LOLHS would like to RECOGNIZE AND CONGRATULATE
has been selected as a winner of the The Travelers Employees' Club Scholarship.
Pursuant to an Agreement with National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), this Special Scholarship award is sponsored by The Travelers Employees' Club.
Special Scholarships are underwritten by many of the business organizations that also provide Merit Scholarship® awards for students who qualify as Finalists in the National Merit® Scholarship Program. These corporate sponsors wish to offer a fixed number of awards each year for students who meet their specified criteria—usually children of employees or residents of communities where the company has facilities. In years when the number of such Finalists is less than the total number of scholarships a sponsor wishes to offer, the company or business supplements its National Merit Scholarships with Special Scholarships for other high performers in the National Merit Program. Winners of Special Scholarships are chosen based on their academic accomplishments from a pool of candidates who fulfilled the sponsor's criteria and scored high on the 2018 PSAT/NMSQT®.
Nice Job Samantha!
We now know that we are going to be out another month at least! We know that it is already week 5 of being home and week 4 of distance learning. Even though we have school work to do, we have to stay connected, laugh, have some fun... together - but alone! We want you to join in on some fun - help to keep it
Here is Fiona final product: a waist band made from a shoelace! True life skills!
And How do you have a track meet alone? Check out what Emma and Bianca did:
Mrs. Duhamel's note to her period 7 class:
What I would give to see period 7 trying to put their chairs up FIVE minutes before the bell or leaving their borrowed pencil on their desk for me to put back. . . but I won't single out anyone (Sal, Zach . . . lol).
What I would give for period 4 students to trickle in after lunch with ice-cream, chips, and/or ENORMOUS brownies in hand . .. but I won't single out anyone (Alec, Max, and Phil . . . lol).
What I would give to launch into my "teacher look" due to phones . . .yes . .. let's not single anyone out (Nate, Colby, Andrew, Jeremy . . . lol).
What I would give to hear your cheerful greetings as you enter class (Dylan, Darin, Jeremy, Nathaniel, Kaitlyn, Charlie, Parker, Corbin, Faith, Britney, Nate, Ryan M., Finn, Liam, Quinn, Aidan G., Kevin, Sam R., Max)
What I would give to hear your pleasant "have a nice day" as you leave class (Callum, Andrew, Aidan R., Lauren, Bryce, Angie, Gabe, Ryan T., Luc, Sam G., Sal, Kamber, Jenny and Lisbet)
What I would give to be BACK IN SCHOOL with all of you!!
At the end of the day, you know I say this all with a SMILE---yes---I am SMILING as I type this. These little high school quirks make you YOU and give color and character to our class.
Please submit your work---
Stay healthy and be well!
If you didn't get to read the article in the day a chance to read the article in The Day on Sunday, take a look: (select the link below)
Lyme and Old Lyme set up coronavirus relief fund to help residents in need
...And in the spirit of keeping us connected to our community during this time of isolation, check out the
Lyme-Old Lyme Prevention Coalition Instagram ...
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The 25 days of Wellness offer a ideas and activities to consider in order to stay healthy and active during this time or isolation.
And, ... if you want some great ideas to for fun activities to stay active, check out the "stay home- activities link".
To read the article published in The Day on Sunday, April 5, click
It is a great article!!!
Way to go Aedan!
Nice Work Erica!
This news segment was aired on Tuesday, March 31, on Channel 3 News. It is wonderful dose of POSITIVE during these stressful times. It will warm your heart and make you smile!
WAY TO GO WILDCATS!
9: Safe Grad @ 7
11: SAT Prep Session #3
11: Booster Club @ 7
12: 1/2 Day PD!1/2 day students
15: FOM @ 7
17: PAB @ 6:30
18:SAT Prep Session #4
24: SAT EXAMS!
31: End of Quarter 3!
2: NO SCHOOL - holiday
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