On Saturday, Nov. 21 members of the Old Lyme Open Space Commission and 25 members of the LOLHS Environmental Club met at the Champlain North Open Space to help clear invasive species from the base of the Barbizon Oak. The Barbizon Oak is a 300-year-old white oak that is named after the Old Lyme art colony of the same name. Members of the Open Space Commission, including co-chair Amanda Blair and forester Evan Griswold, joined students to share information about the history of the property, the Barbizon Oak, and efforts to establish and reroute several trails. LOLHS EC members have agreed to become stewards of the property which is within walking distance of the high school campus and to participate in a number of upcoming community activities. If you are interested in coming out to get involved, please email Mrs. Fried at email@example.com and ask to be added to our mailing list.
13: 8th Gr. Parent Night @ 6:30
15: Festival of Bands
16: ½ Day PD / Progress Reports
19-23: Winter Break: HOMEWORK FREE!!!
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