LS & LSPO NEWS

  • Students Together Empowering Women "What Tomorrow Brings" Viewing Jan. 31st

    On Tuesday, January 31st at 7pm, a viewing of the documentary What Tomorrow Brings will be held in the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School auditorium.

    The documentary surrounds the work of Razia’s Ray of Hope foundation, an organization that emphasizes the importance of education for young women in Afghanistan, where women are not allowed to attend school simply because of their gender. In March of 2008, Razia was able to open the Zabuli Education Center for women in Kabul City, Afghanistan. https://raziasrayofhope.org/

    The event will be hosted by Students Together Empowering Women (STEW), a long-standing club at LS which examines the role of females throughout the world and develops ways to build a supportive community for young women.

    Tickets are $8 for students and $12 for adults, and refreshments will be for sale at the showing. All proceeds go to Razia’s Ray of Hope.

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  • A Community Forum: Youth at Risk: The Opioid Epidemic - Jan. 25

    Community Forum:  Youth at Risk:  The Opioid Epidemic

    An evening about prevention, collaboration and education for teens, parents and others interested in learning more.

    Our communities are struggling with prescription drug abuse and opioid addiction.  Please join us to hear from prevention and treatment experts, people in recovery, local law enforcement and a family who has been impacted.

    Place: Blanchard Middle School, 14 West Street, Westford, MA
    Date:  January 25, 2017
    Time: Doors open at 5:30 pm; event starts at 6:00 pm.
    Cost:  Free

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  • SAT MATH COURSE WITH MR. STANEK

    SAT: Math Review Christopher Stanek, LS Faculty

    The goal of this course is to practice the types of questions that will be asked on the SAT's, but also to reveal test-taking strategies designed to raise students' scores. Students will take their current math skills and learn to apply them to solving SAT problems. In addition, students will learn about time management and the benefits of taking an educated guess. Lastly, students will learn about their own mathematical abilities and the best way to approach the exam based on their individual skills. As students become more familiar with the test, and master SAT test-taking strategies, their confidence and scores are sure to grow! SAT review books will be provided for students, and are included in the price of the course. This class is preparing you for Winter, Spring or Fall SAT exams. Please bring the graphing calculator you plan to use

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  • Finding the Balance: A Parenting Workshop on Adolescent Development & Self-Esteem 2/11/2017

    The adolescent years can be quite challenging for parents as their teen adjusts to physiological changes, academic and social pressures, and college/career goals. These stressors may exacerbate anxiety and depressive symptoms, as well as interpersonal and family difficulties.

    This workshop will provide parents with an overview of adolescent development, ways to foster positive self-esteem, and guidance in finding the right balance with their teen.


    Place: Framingham Public Library - McAuliffe Library Branch: 7 46 Water St, Framingham, MA 01701
    Date: Saturday February 11th, 2017
    Time: 10:00am - 11:30am
    Cost: Free
    Refreshments will be provided!

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  • Parent Volunteers Needed for Stressbusters

    Stressbusters will be held on Monday, January 23rd and Tuesday, January 24th from 9:00 to 11:30 am.

    To volunteer, use this link http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4eafae28a20-stressbusters1

    What is Stressbusters?
    All students are welcome and encouraged to visit the LS Cafeteria to help beat mid-term stress. A variety of fun activities and special treats will be provided free of charge between morning and afternoon exams.

    This event is sponsored by the LSPO Stressbuster Committee.

     

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  • SAT/ACT Test Prep Classes offered through LS Adult Education: February and March

    LINCOLN-SUDBURY ADULT ED is offering the following CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS this February & March. Please visit www.lsrhs.net/sites/adulted/ for complete class descriptions and to register online or mail your check and registration information (name, address, email, phone, course selection) to: LS ADULT ED, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, MA 01776.
    SAT MATH: 2/7, 2/14, 2/28, 3/7 & 3/9 5:30-7:30 PM ROOM B459 $330
    ACT: ENGLISH, READING and ESSAY REVIEW: 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28 6:30-8:00 PM ROOM B331 $320
    SAT: VERBAL REVIEW: 3/23, 3/30, 4/6, 4/13 (no class 4/20), 4/27 6:30-8:00 PM ROOM B331 $330

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  • MId-Term Stress Busters Jan. 23 & 24

    All students are welcome and encouraged to visit the LS Cafeteria on Monday, January 23rd and Tuesday, January 24th from 9:00 to 11:30 am to help beat mid-term stress. A variety of fun activities and special treats will be provided free of charge between morning and afternoon exams. Sponsored by the LSPO Stressbuster Committee.
    To volunteer, look for the Sign-Up Genius link in next week’s announcements.

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  • 1/24/17 LS Hockey Lotus Blossom Fundraiser

    Support LS hockey at Lotus Blossom in Sudbury on Tuesday, January 24th from 5pm-9pm! Mention LS HOCKEY for dine in, take out, or delivery and 20% of your total bill will be donated to LSHO!

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  • Atkinson Scholarship Applications are Available - Due Feb 1 2017

    2017 Atkinson Scholarship Applications Available
    Award is based on a Combination of Need and Merit
    Application Deadline: February 1, 2017

    The Sudbury Foundation’s Atkinson Scholarship Program offers qualified high school seniors up to $5,000 a year in financial assistance, with an option to reapply each year of their undergraduate academic career.

    The scholarships are designed to recognize and assist local students with financial need, academic promise and the capacity to make a meaningful contribution to society.

    The application form may be downloaded from the Foundation’s website at www.sudburyfoundation.org. Forms are also available in the L-S Guidance Offices and the Goodnow Library.

    To be eligible for an Atkinson Scholarship, an applicant must be a high school senior planning to attend an accredited two or four-year college, university, nursing school or approved vocational/professional development program. In addition, the applicant must be either:
    o Enrolled at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School; OR
    o A Sudbury resident

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COMMUNITY NEWS

  • Sudbury Historical Society Presents: The Leveller

    Join the SHS on Sunday, February 5th at 2:00 p.m. at the Sudbury Town Hall, (Rt. 27/322 Concord Road). Anyone with an interest in local Colonial history and lore will find out about the wily Colonial figure, Tom Cook of

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  • Finding the Balance: A Parenting Workshop on Adolescent Development & Self-Esteem

    Finding the Balance:  A Parenting Workshop on Adolescent Development & Self-Esteem

    The adolescent years can be quite challenging for parents as their teen adjusts to physiological changes, academic and social pressures, and college/career goals. These stressors may exacerbate anxiety and

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  • A Cappella Concert Fundraiser, February 11th, to Support Protect Sudbury

    A Cappella Concert Fundraiser, featuring None of the Above and Custom Blend, on February 11th at 7:30 p.m. at Ephraim Curtis Middle School auditorium. Tickets can be purchased online at www.protectsudbury.org or at the door. All ticket proceeds to support

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