In keeping with the age long tradition, science classes partake in creating their own 'end of year' tie die creation... take a look at Mrs. Walter's classes.
Congratulations to Lauren Quaratella, Lily Iannitti, Caleigh O'Neil, and Haley Mahon for receiving the Lyme-Old Lyme's Lions Club award. They were all recognized at last week's Board of Education meeting for their academic prowess, athleticism and their community service accomplishments. Way to go girls!
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Congratulations to Callie Kotzan and Danny Cole for being selected as this year's Connecticut Association of Boards of Education Student Leaders. Callie "is a cheerful ray of sunshine, one who is full of energy and optimism. This enthusiasm is apparent in her many roles [...] she is truly a positive force who can make anything possible." Danny has "an unprecedented motivation to accomplish his goals. [...] He is a positive, altruistic, gentleman and a stellar example of a LOLHS student. Mr. Wygonik presented the students with their award at last week's Board of Education meeting. Both of these students are so deserving of this award... WELL DONE CALLIE AND DANNY!
Danny Cole is an energetic young man with a gigantic smile and an unprecedented motivation to accomplish his goals. Academically, he has taken a challenging curriculum of Advanced Placement and Honors courses. His hard work has earned him membership in the National Honor Society and accolades including the Gettysburg College Book Award, National Association of Secondary Principals Award, and the LOLHS Academic Letter Award. It is obvious from Dan’s achievement that he is a bright, driven and competitive student who will excel at whatever he takes on next.
Within Lyme-Old Lyme High School, Dan is an accomplished athlete on the soccer and indoor and outdoor track teams, Co-President of the History Local Club, a member of the prom and senior ball committees as well as the Vice President of the Concert Choir. Dan is also a talented member of our coveted Select Singers Ensemble. Within his athletic pursuits, he has poured his heart and soul into cultivating a team atmosphere that is encouraging and supportive. While within his community endeavors he recognizes there are times when the right thing to do is to put others first. Daniel Cole is a positive, altruistic, gentleman, and a stellar example of a LOLHS student who is a worthy recipient of this recognition.
This year, our district Library Media Specialists published a multifaceted Literacy Resource Guide for our parents and students that replaces the traditional recommended summer reading lists. You can access this resource at http://literacy.region18.org (or by clicking on the image below) This website provides links to reading, math, science, cultural, physical, and global literacy resources for K-12 students. It incorporates suggested reading lists, packets and assignments for Summer Math and Summer Reading and much more. Our hope is that this resource will be accessed not only during the summer months but also throughout the school year.
Please watch the WLYM Tech Tip video below instructing what Seniors need to do with their school-issued laptop prior to being cleared for graduation . This video also includes instructions for all underclassmen... along with some very helpful summer tech tips!
It is not every day that we have cows on campus... but as part of Lauren Schillawski's senior project, she shared some of her pride and joy with us.
It is about that time... EXAMS!!! Below is the exam schedule as well as some general information. If there are any questions, please contact the main office @ 434-1651 or email@example.com
Summer School runs from June 27th through July 28th and meets on Tuesdays through Fridays during two blocks of classes:
Block A: 8:30am to 10:15am
Block B: 10:25am to 12:10pm.
To register for any of these courses, use the registration form(s) below and submit the required materials to the LOLHS Main Office, Attention: Brett Eckhart, Summer School Coordinator, by Wednesday, June 21st. If you have any questions about Summer School, please contact Brett Eckhart at 860-434-1651 ext.1202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CONGRATULATIONS to Robert Fusari for being selected to attend the 2017 Connecticut Youth Leadership Forum for Students with Disabilities! The Connecticut Youth Leadership Project (CTYLP) is a dynamic, comprehensive organization that empowers youth. Their goal is to help students with disabilities meet the challenges of the future, overcome obstacles, and become leaders, making a difference. Robert is one of only 40 in the State chosen for this incredible opportunity. Robert will attend the Forum this summer being held at UCONN, Storrs Monday, July 24 – Thursday, July 27. Well Done Robert!
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Congratulations to Reed Spitzer for being selected as Lyme-Old Lyme High School's recipient of the “Shoreline Outstanding Junior in Mathematics” award. This award is presented to a "junior who demonstrates a high degree of interest and enthusiasm for mathematics and who possesses a high level of ability, intuition, and conceptual understanding of the subject." Reed was selected by the Math Department for consistently exhibiting all of these qualities throughout his studies. Well done Reed!
Aoife Hufford was recognized once again by the local VFW and presented with a Certificate of Merit. Aoife for advancing to the next level and placing 3rd in our Eastern Connecticut District 4 judging of her Essay for the Voice of Democracy. This round of judging included 22 other VFW posts and their submissions. This achievement was quite significant. Nice work Aoife!
18 - FOM @ 7
20 - PAB @ 6:30
21 - Winter Sports Night @ 6:30
23 - Robotics Lego Bash @7 am
27- 29 Thanksgiving break & HOMEWORK FREE WEEKEND!
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