Senior Slide Show:
Enjoy the slide show created by Tanner and Vicki Griffin to honor our Class of 2020
Take a look at what some of the class of 2020
have submitted to show their success.
This is just a fraction of what the Class of 2020 has accomplished!
Take a look at the talents!
Various Musical Talents:
And ... The Athletics:
Class of 2020
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Remembering the years!
Edited and produced by Chandler Munson.
Emily M Speckhals
has been selected as a winner of the
Pfizer Inc Scholarship
Pursuant to an Agreement with National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), this Special Scholarship award is sponsored by Pfizer Inc.
AKA Ice Cream Lab!
if you would like to be a part on this exciting career exploration opportunity!
the web access link will be sent
directly to you!
College acceptances, Advise to seniors, Mr. Eckhart's week 8 bloopers, and Senior Projects!!!
Lots of fun stuff.
Class Spirit Week Challenge!
Way to go Lydia!
To check out these photos, select the link below:
Connie Pan for receiving FIRST PLACE
in Poetry at the Shoreline Writing Contest.
WAY TO GO CONNIE!
by Connie Pan
Lyme-Old Lyme High School
this poem is full of images, some really lovely--"cornhusk dolls left by the swing set"' "scapula moving under the skin" and "little fishes with streaming tails" and the poet clearly has an understanding of what makes a good poem.
The writing contest is sponsored by the Shoreline Heads of English Departments.
Do you ever cry
not an outpouring of longing or anger - but because
something welling up inside you like a flood in a mine, pushing the little humans
up and out, ragtag
cornhusk dolls left by the swing set in a hurry, in a corner of the playground the grownups couldn’t
I mean this in the best of ways.
Her back is to me and it’s golden like the rest of her, scapula
moving under the skin,
light-full as she walks into the water,
venus in retrograde.
Her face beckons, turned slightly towards me and I am pluto, ensnared
in an orbit
but ever so small and ever so far away.
Hair piled on top of her, nose crinkling in a half-laugh that I didn't deserve to see.
could she be
laughing for me?
I’m glad I'm alive, mostly.
At the best of times I feel so lucky to feel at all.
People of all sorts, cotton candy at the fair.
The smell of cinnamon from the next room wafting in and curling up on my lap.
I’m surrounded by lilac smiles
and peals of laughter when the sky goes black to grey.
At the worst of times I feel
like I never deserved to make it here, happy,
or like I’m not happy at all, I'm just faking,
or like I’m not faking at all, I’m just dead,
or like I'm not dead at all, but I could be,
under the boats at the marina - barnacles or little fish with streaming tails.
I want to deserve it.
WELL DONE CONNER!
The slide show below shows all the creative work our seniors are doing. Take a look... it is fascinating!
24:Freshmen/ Newcomer Picnic
25: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!!!
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