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An Update from LHS

While December is a short month, based on the number of days that our students are in school this year, it has been a very busy month.The break seems to be coming at a very good time.There have been a lot of illnesses going around (as I’m sure you have probably noticed) and the break will give us time to rest and get the building cleaned.
As we prepare for winter break, I wanted to update everyone on some of the activities going on at LHS.
The winter sports season has begun.Our boys and girls indoor track teams were victorious last week in their meet with Bromfield.Their next meet is scheduled for Wednesday against Narragansett.The Lunenburg/Ayer-Shirley hockey team dropped their first game of the year to North Middlesex.Their next game is on Saturday at Hopedale.The girls basketball team opened the season with a loss against Gardner in the Groton-Dunstable basketball tournament.The Lady Knights take on North Middlesex on Wednesday night.The boys basketball opens the season on Wednesda…

Two Week Look Ahead

Tuesday, November 25 – last day to donate to the Lunenburg Food Pantry “Kiss-A-Pig” fundraiser.  Who will kiss a pig??  Your donations will decide!  Let's fill those jugs!!!
Wednesday, November 26 – ½ day of school.  Rally starts at 10:00.  Dismissal 10:55.  Football game away at St. Bernard's, 6:00 pm.
Thursday – Friday, November 27-28 – NO School.  Happy Thanksgiving.
Monday, December 1 – practice and/or try-outs for winter sports begin.  Please be sure that you have submitted all paperwork to Mrs. Steele, including an up-to-date physical.
Wednesday, December 10 – Last day to donate to the Lunenburg Gift Mart. Lunenburg Giftmart Committee is planning their 6th annual Giftmart.  Giftmart is being held in mid-December.  Donations of unwrapped gifts are displayed for folks to “shop” for their families.  Last year, Giftmart helped 80-plus Lunenburg families and the hope is to help more this year.  Gift collection boxes will be placed at each school.  Please help by sending  unwrappe…

A Glimpse at LHS After the First Term

Two Week Look Ahead

Thank you to all who attended the Homecoming festivities last weekend.I think our students did a phenomenal job of showing school spirit and being great representatives of the entire community.I hope you will continue to show your support and attend games, performances, and other LHS events.Here is a schedule of upcoming events:

Tuesday, October 21: Field Hockey vs. Narragansett at 7:00 pm on the turf – Senior Night Wednesday, October 22: Early Release Day 10:55 Dismissal Parent/Teacher Conferences 12:00 – 3:00 pmBoys Soccer vs. Tahanto at 7:00 pm on the turf – Senior Night Thursday, October 23: Parent/Teacher Conferences – 5:00 pm – 8:00 pmGirls Soccer vs. Oakmont at 7:00 pm on the turf – Senior Night Friday, October 24: Football at Littleton at 7:00 pm at Alumni Field in Littleton – Sign-ups for a fan bus are taking place Saturday, October 25: ACT test at LHS – 7:30 am – 2:00 pmCross Country league championships at 9:00 at Ghiloni Park in MarlboroField Hockey vs.Tyngsborough on the t…

Two Week Look Ahead

Good morning.  We are more than halfway through the first term.  If you have not logged in to PowerSchool, it is probably a good time to do so.  If you don't remember your password, you can contact the main office or guidance and we will get you your log in information.

The next two weeks are extremely busy at LHS.  I hope you are able to attend our games and Homecoming events.  Here are some of the events:

This is the last week of Senior Seminars with Mrs. Tousignant and Mrs. Cavaioli in the computer labs.  Individual appointments with Seniors begin next week.

Monday, October 6:         
Field Hockey vs. North Middlesex at 3:30 at Marshall Park Boys Soccer vs. Bromfield at 7:00 on the turf (Breast Cancer game - all money raised through the 50/50 raffle will be donated to the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden). Come out to support this cause and our team!
Tuesday, October 7:        
College Fair Field Trip to UNH
Wednesday, October 8:        
Field Hockey vs. Oakmont at 7:00 on the turf

Gearing Up for Homecoming

A Feeling of Pride at LHS

2014-2015 Welcome Back

I hope this article finds you rested, relaxed, and excited to begin the 2014-2015 school year.  Every year brings an opportunity for us to learn and grow.  I am looking forward to getting the year off to a good start and having the momentum carry over to a successful year at LHS.
We have been faced with some challenges over the past year.  As a community, I feel that we have learned a great deal from our experiences and are ready to move forward in a positive direction.  This year, we will be focusing on the social-emotional health of all of our students and staff at LHS.  We recognize that there is a great deal of stress in people’s lives.  It is our responsibility to treat each other with respect and create an environment where we feel safe and can produce at a high level.
We are starting a Transitions program this year at LHS.  The program will be staffed with a special education teacher and a social worker.  The goal of the program is to have students make a successful transition ba…