• Youth in Philanthropy

    I thought I would pass along these notices for two Youth in Philanthropy programs that are still open, in case you know of:

    (a) a high-schooler who might be interested and able to travel to the Sudbury program (starts 9/27 through 2/2; Tuesdays, 7 – 8:30 pm) or
    (b) a 7th or 8th grader who “lives or learns” in Lincoln. (starts 10/6 – 2/2; Thursdays 3 – 4 pm)

    For those of you unfamiliar with the Foundation’s Youth in Philanthropy programs, they are after school programs with a skills-based curriculum to help teens broaden their horizons and gain a deeper understanding of their communities, local needs, and their own capacities as civic leaders. As part of the program, the youth make decisions as a group to allocate funds themselves to local youth-serving organizations.

    Janet Kern
    Director of Town Funds
    Foundation for MetroWest
    3 Eliot St., Natick, MA 01760
    508-647-2260 x16

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  • Didn't buy an LSRHS Directory yet? Online access EXPIRES 10/1/16!

    For those who have NOT purchased an LSRHS Directory yet, your online access will expire on October 1st.

    After that date, you will not have electronic access to any of the student and parent information, online or via the mobile app. Of course, you will still be able to update your own information electronically.

    If you'd like to have access to the online directory and the mobile app, you can still purchase your directory bundle online here Online sales will continue through October 1st.

    After October 1st, directories will be available for sale through the school store.

    If you have any questions, please reach us at Thank you for all of your support!

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  • LS Adult Fitness Center

    L-S Adult Fitness Center
    M-Th 6-8PM, Sat 9-11AM
    YOU could be using the L-S Fitness Center!

    The Fitness Center at L-S is open to the adult community Monday through Thursday evenings from 6 to 8PM and on Saturday morning from 9 to 11am
    The Fitness Center offers state of the art equipment including a full line of cardio and strength training equipment, free weights and more!
    We are offering a fall one-month trial for $25.00 which can be applied to a year-long membership.
    For more information, please contact Dave or MaryAnn McCormick at: or

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  • Test Prep Classes

    Openings Are Available in the following test prep classes:

    SAT: Verbal Review (5 Wednesdays 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/26, 11/2) 6:30-8:00 PM Room B331 Fee is $330.

    ACT: English, Reading and Essay Review (4 Thursdays 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20) 6:30-8:00 PM Room B331 Fee is $320.

    Please visit the LS Adult Education website to register

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  • Girls Who Code - date change

    The Goodnow Library Girls Who Code Club will now be meeting on Thursdays 3-5, starting October 6, instead of Wednesday afternoons.

    Please register at

    Goodnow Library is proud to announce that we're hosting a Girls Who Code Club.

    Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE programs for 6th to 12th grade girls to explore coding in a fun and friendly way!

    Space is limited. 
    If more than 25 girls register, we will choose students by random lottery. Everyone will be notified by Oct 1.




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  • PSAT Info and Registration

    PSAT – Saturday Oct. 15 @ LS
    Registration for Juniors – (Table in hallway just outside cafeteria during Back To School Night).
    Cost: $30.00 cash or check payable to LSRHS
    PSAT Student Guide will be distributed with registration.
    Registration for both sophomores and juniors 9/19 – 9/30 in LS Career

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  • LSSF Constant Contact list

    LSSF is putting together a Constant Contact list. If you would like to be added to receive updates, information and announcements regarding the Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund, email

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  • Wasn't Like This When We Applied to College, Sept 27

    Many parents realize that applying to college these days is very different from what it was like 25 or more years ago. What has changed and why? How does that affect the college planning process? What does it mean for high schoolers today?

    Two local college consultants (and parents of LS grads) will share insights on the current admissions landscape and why 'it wasn’t like this when we applied to college.” They’ll highlight key initiatives and changes including SAT and ACT testing; shifts to the financial aid timeline; application considerations such as Early Decision, Test Optional and Demonstrated Interest; the new Coalition App and updates to the Common App, and more. Q&A will follow.

    This free event is for parents of high school students, freshmen to seniors.

    Our presenters:
    --Marla Platt, M.B.A. is the founder of AchieveCoach College Consulting
    --Todd Richman is the founder of Achieve Admissions
    Both provide personalized

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  • Volunteers Opportunities

    Here is the list of the current opportunities to help at LS for the upcoming school year. To volunteer please fill the following online form.


    Volunteer Form


    __ Hospitality/Baking/Cooking: LSPO provides occasional refreshments throughout the year, as well as the food for the staff prior to Back to School Night and at the End of the Year Staff Luncheon.

    __ Outdoor Plant/Traffic Island Maintenance: Beautifying the area around LS, this group meets 4-5 times a year to water, weed, plant and mulch the island beds near LS. No gardening experience necessary.

    __ Clerical Help and other tasks: Help with mailings in the front office, provide clerical assistance to the House Assistants, and other jobs to help the L-S Staff.

    __ Proctoring Exams: During midyear exams (3rd week of January) help a teacher proctor an exam room during the morning (8-11am), afternoon (11.30-2.30pm), of overtime (exams that go over

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  • NEW - Order your LSRHS Directory ONLINE

    Purchase your LSRHS Directory ONLINE now !

    Online ordering of the LSRHS Directory is up and running! Click here to order online and pay with a credit card or PayPal !

    LSRHS directory bundles are $15 and include:
    - a printed copy of the directory
    - full-year online access to the entire database
    - AND a mobile app to access the directory on your smartphone or tablet!

    100% of the purchase price goes DIRECTLY to the Teen Center and the LSPO to benefit Teens in our community! Now how much would you pay??


    NEW THIS YEAR! We now offer 2 different methods for getting your PRINTED directory:

    1. PICK-UP at BTSN - Wednesday, September 14th

    A special "Pre-Order" line will be set up at BTSN for you to pick up the printed version of the directory. Yes, that's right, avoid the "night of" purchase

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  • Bertucci's Fundraiser Sept. 27 to benefit the Sudbury Historical Society

    Bertucci’s Dining for Dollars Fundraiser to Support the Sudbury Historical Society

    It’s time for dinner! Bertucci’s in Wayland is helping the Sudbury Historical Society fundraise for the future. Dine out on Tuesday, September 27 from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Bertucci’s (14

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  • 4th Annual Pam's Run & Kids Fun Run, Oct 16th

    Join us for the 4th annual Pam's Run 5k/10k run or walk road race and Kids' Fun Run (ages 2-7) on Sunday, October 16th in Wayland!

    When: Sunday, October 16, 2016 registration opens at 8:15, race begins at 10AM

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  • Goodnow Teen Makers Club moved to October 4

    Starting on October 4 (3p-5p) and reoccuring every other Tuesday.

    Calling all Teen Makers! Let's make things at the library. I'm thinking robots, animatronic Halloween displays , Arduino gizmos, Raspberry Pi contraptions. . . anything that involves gears, motors, sensors, and microcomputers. What

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  • Girls Who Code changed to Oct 6

    Girls Who Code will now meet on Thursdays at Goodnow Library

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  • Move to Inbox More 1 of 2,196 Print all In new window Goodnow Teen Makers Club - October 3 - 3pm-5pm

    Calling all Teen Makers! Let's make things at the library. I'm thinking robots, animatronic Halloween displays , Arduino gizmos, Raspberry Pi contraptions. . . anything that involves gears, motors, sensors, and microcomputers. What do YOU want to make?

    We'll meet every two weeks

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  • High Schoolers and Snooze Buttons: The New Public Health Crisis October 19, 2016

    Please join the CCHS PA for an important evening that will take an in-depth look at what is being called an epidemic and national crisis for American high schoolers: insufficient sleep. An esteemed panel of speakers led by Dr. Judith

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  • 15th Biannual Quilt Show of members creations! October 1-2nd

    Wayside Quilters Guild of Sudbury is proud to show our members work at the 15th biannual quilt show Saturday, October 1st 10am-5pm and Sunday October 2nd 10am-4pm. Held in the LSRHS cafeteria.  Read More
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Upcoming Events


10/01 9:00am - 12:00pm




10/05 7:30pm - 9:00pm


10/07 7:00pm - 10:00pm


10/15 7:30am - 11:30am


10/18 7:00pm - 9:00pm


10/20 7:30am - 9:30am


10/25 7:00pm - 9:00pm


10/28 7:00pm - 10:00pm