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LS & LSPO NEWS

  • L-S Spring Athletics

    Lincoln-Sudbury Athletics
    It’s Time To Sign Up For Spring Sports!

    Spring Sports begin on March 21st. All spring athletes must register by Wednesday March 16th.

    All athletes MUST have an a physical form dated within 13 months of the first date of the tryout. If the physical expires (13 months) during the season the athletic office must receive a copy of an updated physical for the athlete to be eligible.

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  • How To Raise an Adult

    With the best intentions, are we setting our children up to fail?
    CCHS Parent's Association presents Julie Lythcott-Haims, Wednesday, March 16, 7pm at CCHS auditorium, 300 Waldon St., Concord.
    Recent studies suggest that kids with over involved parents suffer psychological blowback including anxiety, depression and self-harm. Lythcott-Haims is former Dean of Freshman at Stanford University and the best selling author of How to Raise an Adult. She will discuss the ways in which over parenting harms children and offer practical alternative strategies. Please follow this link to register. There is no charge for admission.

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  • Jamaica Jammin' January Update

    We still need you! Our current needs are listed below
    Planning is underway for Jamaica Jammin', the amazing all night substance-free graduation party held inside the school gyms from 10:30 pm June 5 th - 5 am June 6th, 2016. Parents of 9-11 graders, please help pay it forward so that when your child is a senior, you can rest easy knowing he or she is safe on graduation night.
    Thank you!
    Denise Garzone & Cara Maxwell
    Co-Chairs: 2016 LS Senior Safe Night Event, Jamaica Jammin’

    1. STUDENTS EARN COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS! Parent and Student volunteers are needed on Saturday, February 6th at L-S from 9 am - 12 pm to sort through decorations and take inventory. Please contact Tracy Stewart 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 rely solely on parent donations and ticket sales.

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  • Annual SADD Night - Wed. Feb 10 at 7:30

    Please Join Us on Wednesday February 10 at 7:30 for the highly-anticipated Annual SADD Night
    SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) students will compile a panel of LSRHS students to give honest and candid responses to questions regarding what teens at LS are doing. The evening will be set up with students in one room and parents the other, and a voice-altering microphone will enable parents and student to remain anonymous to one another. The evening follows a Q&A format, and will feature a mutual education of both parents and students as to what is really going on out there and what we as parents are wondering about. It is our hope that the discussion will provide all in attendance with an opportunity to gain a better understanding of what challenges face our community and our kids. We will be meeting at 7:30 in the LS cafeteria. Hope to see you there.

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  • YEARBOOK Senior Dedications due before February 12th

    February 12th is the deadline to submit your senior dedication. For more details about sizes and pricing visit our web page. lsrhs.net/sites/dyad/seniordedications

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  • LSPO Direct Appeal

    Happy New Year L-S Families!

    We would like to take the time to thank ALL of our generous donors to our LSPO Direct Appeal. We are thrilled to report that we gained 25 new donors at year-end and we would like to recognize these families:

    Arthur, Anderegg, Bruni, Ciaffi, Cohen, Coronado, Dixon, Ganio, Greenberg, Hamilton, Henderson, Kelly, Knightly, Madden, Martin, Merrill-Skoloff, Moss, Nigrelli, Pathak, Quinn, Regrut, Rosenfeld, Scribner, Solowey and Washburn.

    Would you like to add your name to our donor roll? Simply click here or send a check made out to “LSPO”:

    LSPO
    c/o Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
    390 Lincoln Road
    Sudbury, MA 01776

    With sincere thanks and best wishes for 2016,

    Marybeth Fletcher and Nancy Rowe
    LSPO Co-Presidents

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  • Teens for Jeans

    Over a million young people experience homelessness in the United States every year. One of the most requested items that young people in homeless shelters ask for is a pair of jeans. In the past eight years, young people across the country have collected over 5 million pairs of jeans through Teens for Jeans.

    Members of the Lincoln-Sudbury Community can support this great cause by dropping off their gently used jeans at Lincoln-Sudbury High School or the Sudbury Field House until February 12th.

    Look for the yellow boxes located around school or at the Sudbury Field House. There will be special collection times outside the Varsity boys basketball home games on January 15th, February 5th and February 9th. Come support the team and this great cause!

    For more information, please visit DoSomething.org/jeans or contact Patty Kenney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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COMMUNITY NEWS

  • Eight Annual League of Women Voters’ Civics Bee - MARCH 6

    The eighth annual League of Women Voters’ Civics Bee will take place Sunday, March 6, at 2 p.m.
    Teams from Sudbury, Wayland and Weston will vie for the Civics Bee trophy. The Civics Bee is sponsored by the Leagues in

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  • Adopt-a-Hydrant

    By request of the fire department and due to the success of this program last year, SMILE Mass is once again sponsoring the Adopt-A-Hydrant Program. Click https://form.jotform.com/53086552815156 to adopt-a-hydrant(s) near you! Please make sure to stay safe when shoveling out

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Jamaica Jammin'

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