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  • November: Update: JAMAICA JAMMIN' NEEDS YOU!

    Planning is underway for the Jamaica Jammin', the amazing LS Senior Safe all-night Graduation Event, Sunday, June 5-6, 2016. We are in desperate need of parents from all grades to help out. Below are our current needs:

    1. A tech savvy parent or student to maintain our Facebook page, Tweet and use creative ways to build excitement within the student body and within the community around this important event. Please email our chairperson Denise Garzone if you can help. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    2. Donate Money : Unfortunately, in recent years we've seen a decline in financial support for Jamaica Jammin'. We need parents who can help us reinvigorate support for this incredible event. Otherwise, its future may be at risk. To donate please click the Jamaica Jammin tab on the LSPO.org website. Thank you!!

    3. Donate a Raffle Prize: Throughout the night students earn tickets for valuable raffle prizes. Please consider donating a

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  • Help Mr. Justice - Fine Arts Teacher - Have His Video Shown at Fenway

    Mr. Shea Justice, LS FATA teacher created a time-lapse video of drawings celebrating the championship victory of the Boston Red Sox two years ago. (It can be viewed on YouTube @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8n1JY1ZWjmE ).

    For the first time in 80 years, Fenway Park is hosting the Thanksgiving rival football game of English High (Mr. Justice’s high school alma mater) vs. Boston Latin School. Mr. Justice is especially interested in showing his video at this game to honor his high school English teacher who is dealing with an illness. In order to make this happen, he needs the help of LS students, staff and families to convince Fenway to play his video on the big screen. To do this, all it takes is signing the petition on Facebook.   Let’s support Mr. Justice! https://www.change.org/p/ls-students-and-faculty-help-mr-justice-s-video-get-to-fenway?recruiter=425081590&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=share_page&utm_term=mob-xs-share_for_starters-no_msg

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  • 4th Annual Lincoln Sudbury Mattress Fundraiser is coming soon.

    The LS Music program will be sponsoring our 4th annual mattress Fundraiser on Saturday, DEC. 12, 2015.

    Name brand (Simmons, Restonic, Therapedic) mattress sets will be sold at 30%- 50% below retail prices. These  are all top quality mattresses with full factory warranties. All sizes and price ranges. Delivery is available. Floor models will be displayed at the high school (in the cafetaria) on Saturday, Dec 12 th. The sale is one day only.

    Proceeds go directly to the music department !!

    Ask any music student for an extra $50 coupon.

    Please help support our program by passing this notice to neighbors, family and friends..

    You can also pread the world by sharing the following page on Facebook: http://bit.ly/beds4lincolnsudbury

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  • Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund is Turning 40!

    With the financial support of our community, LSSF has been funding journeys for 40 years. As LSSF embarks on the next 40 years, the cost of college continues to rise, the needs of our students are increasing, and the number of LSSF applicants is reaching new heights.

    Donate to LSSF

    LSSF has set a $40,000 fundraising goal for our 40th year. Learn more on the Flyer:


    Join the Celebration and Give Today! 


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  • L-S Students Dance in Commonwealth Ballet Company's The Nutcracker

    Two students from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School will be featured in the auditioned cast of Commonwealth Ballet Company's The Nutcracker, which opens later this month. Julia Solowey will dance the role of Arabian Girl. Sofia Picornell will appear as Lead Angel.

    The dancers of the Commonwealth Ballet Company will be joined by several guest artists, including Anna Liceica and Vitali Krauchenka, both formerly of American Ballet Theatre, and sixty local ballet students. Now in its twenty-fourth season, Commonwealth Ballet Company brings classical ballet to Metrowest families in productions praised for their artistry and warmth.

    Evening and matinee performances will be held at Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, 36 Charter Road in Acton from November 27nd-29th, and at Regis College's Casey Theatre, 235 Wellesley Street in Weston from December 11th–13th. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit commonwealthballet.org.

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  • Date Change for "Getting Accepted" Adult Ed Class

    "Getting Accepted: What Colleges Today Are Really Looking For In Applicants", taught by College Coach Marla Platt, date is changed to November 18th 7:30 - 8:30PM. Please send check for $35.00 to LS Adult Ed, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, MA 01776.

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  • LSB Players: Wonderful Town

    LSB Players presents Wonderful Town . This charming 1930s musical is written by the powerhouse combination of Leonard Bernstein (West Side Story, On the Town, Candide) and Betty Comden and Adolph Green (On the Town, Singin' in the Rain, Bells Are Ringing, Will Rogers Follies). This family-friendly musical centers around Ruth and Eileen Sherwood, two sisters who have traveled from their tiny hometown in Ohio to New York City, to seek their fame and fortune. This is a show for everyone, featuring lively dances and wonderful songs such as "A Little Bit in Love," "Ohio," "Swing," and "A Quiet Girl."

    Directed by Carly Evans, music directed by Michael Bunting and conducted by Tom Grandprey, Wonderful Town will be performed in the Kirshner Auditorium on Wednesday, November 18th, Thursday, November 19th, Friday, November 20th and Saturday, November 21st at 7:30 p.m. in the Kirshner Auditorium, at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School

    Ticket prices

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  • Tech with Teens need Volunteers

    Sudbury Senior Center needs 2 volunteers to help seniors with basic computer, cell phone, facebook and ipad skills. Weds. 2 to 4.pm. Volunteer for one or more sessions. Oct. 28th, Dec. 9th and more. Contact Sharon Wilkes This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 443-3055 or ask Ms. Frommer or see MLK bulletin board for info.

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  • Sudbury Foundation Scholarship Program

    The Sudbury Foundation's Atkinson Scholarship Program offers qualified high school seniors up to $5,000 a year in financial assistance.

    The application form may be downloaded at www.sudburyfoundation.org. Forms are also available in the L-S Guidance Offices.

    Please see above website for complete eligibility requirements.

    The deadline for applications is February 1, 2016. For more information, please contact the Sudbury Foundation, 978-443-0849.

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  • SHS Fundraiser at A.C. Moore

    Baking, Making, or Decorating for the Holidays? Shop at A.C. Moore and Help the Sudbury Historical Society fundraise for the future!

    Thanks to a generous offer from A.C. Moore Arts and Crafts Store (Shopper's World, Framingham), shoppers can help earn

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  • Holiday Etiquette Program for Young Adults

    The holiday season is fast approaching. Do you wish your young adult would partake in a conversation at the dinner table instead of "bonding" with their cell phones or playing games on their iPad?

    The Etiquette Academy of New England's

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  • Sudbury's second annual Shop Local Holiday Stroll

    Sudbury's second annual Shop Local Holiday Stroll will take place Saturday Dec. 12th from 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. in local Sudbury businesses including Rugged Bear Plaza, Bartlett's Family Garden & Market, Koko Fitclub and Laurel Grove. Many events are planned for

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  • Youth in Philanthropy, Sudbury starts in January!

    Youth Leadership Programs Available: Youth in Philanthropy Spring Program in SUDBURY

    Do you know of a MetroWest high school student who is interested in...
    -Enhancing their leadership skills?
    -Developing their financial literacy skills?
    -Improving their ability to speak in public?

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