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LS & LSPO NEWS

  • Final Exam Parent Proctors

    If you are interested in proctoring for final exams, please contact Jodie Greenhouse at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Thanks for your help.

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  • LSPO Open Position - Parent Proctor Coordinator

    The LSPO Parent Proctor Coordinator will coordinate volunteers to help monitor classrooms during mid terms and final exams. This person will receive an email from the main office with a list of dates and number of volunteers needed and then post a request for parent volunteers. If you are interested please contact Nancy Rowe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 978-443-7728  Read More
  • Buy a Burgee Campaign

    For 2016 The Parents of LS Sailing have started a Buy a Burgee Campaign.
    The Lincoln-Sudbury Sailing team was created approximately 13 years ago. The team was started by the generous donation of the family of Donald Greene, to honor his legacy of heroism, sportsmanship and love of sailing. Greene was on United 93 on 9/11. At the skippers meeting for the 2015 Donald Greene Regatta Terry Greene, Donald’s sister, explained that while there are multiple tributes to her brother- The Donald Greene Regatta is special because it honors how he lived his life- focused on family, community, youth sports and high moral values on and off the water.
    For our Buy a Burgee Campaign, a donation of $50 or more will put your name on a “Burgee” (small flag) to be hung in the snack shack. We are asking for your support because while Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School provides

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  • Choral Concert and Community Sing - Thurs May 19

    On Thursday, May 19, at 7:30 PM, the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Music choral ensembles will perform in the final concert of the season.  Directed by LS’ choral director Michael Bunting, the Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, and student-led groups  will also perform.

    The highlight of the program is the annual Community Sing, where, in a long-standing tradition, singers from the community are invited to join the Concert Choir and members of the LS Civic Orchestra to rehearse and perform the Schubert Mass in G.  Surely, one of Austria's greatest hits of the 1810's.

    Admission is free; Snack foods and drink are will be sold by the LS Friends of Music. Concession sales contribute to fund enhanced music opportunities for LS music students. 

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  • Jamaica Jammin' Volunteers still needed! Sunday June 5, thru Monday June 6.

    Jamaica Jammin' 2016 is less than three weeks away and we are still in need of several more volunteers to make the event a success.  Please sign up now if you can help! These jobs are essential in making the night run safely and smoothly. Come see why LS seniors love this incredible night.  

    Looking for:

    (15) General chaperones 1:00-4:00am

    (7) Casino  help 12:45-3:00am

      

    Thank you to the many, many people who have already volunteered their time and 

    CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 2016!!  

    To volunteer, go to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c084fadae2ba4f85-jamaica1

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  • End of the Year Teacher's Luncheon

    Dear Fellow L-S Parents,

    Are you looking for a special way to say "thank you" to your child's teachers?

    If so, please volunteer to help with the Annual Appreciation Luncheon for faculty and staff, scheduled for 11am on Wednesday, June 8th. We're looking for parents to make food -- either a salad or dessert, to help with set-up or clean up, or to lend a hand from start to finish!

    To contribute food (in disposable containers, please) or help with set up or clean up, contact Jodie Greenhouse at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Thank you. Your efforts will no doubt be greatly appreciated!

    Jodie 

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  • Parents of L-S Seniors: Congratulate your Grad in The Forum's 2016 Graduation Issue!

    Parents of L-S Seniors: Congratulate your Grad in The Forum's 2016 Graduation Issue!

    Want another way to tell your graduating senior how proud you are of them? Put a well-wisher in the graduation issue of the L-S school newspaper, The Forum. The issue is distributed to parents,, families, and students at graduation, and a well-wisher is the perfect way to congratulate your L-S graduate. Well-wishers are available in a variety of sizes, and prices start at $35. Complete designs can be sent in, or you can send in pictures and text and The Forum staff will design your well-wisher for an additional $20. Deadline to submit is Thursday May 26, 2016.

    All Ads are Full Color

    1/8th page (3.5"h x 4.5"w) $35

    1/4 page (7"h x 4.5"w) $70

    1/2 page (7"h x 9" w) $140

    full page 14" h x 10" w) $275

    For more information, contact Managing Editor Rebecca

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  • LSPO Open Position - Direct Appeal Chairperson

    The LSPO Annual Appeal Chairperson is responsible for writing the LSPO direct appeal letters to the parent community, raising money for funding of programs and activities that enhance our students’ high school experience. This person will get approval from the LSPO President and will submit these letters to the LSPO website in a timely manner throughout the year. He or she also will communicate with the LSPO Treasurer to properly recognize all donors. In addition, as a member of the LSPO Board, the chairperson will attend monthly LSPO meetings and will evaluate faculty requests for funding. 

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  • Goodnow Teen Advisory Board

    GOODNOW TEEN ADVISORY BOARD
    SEEKING NEW MEMBERS
    The Teen Department needs an enthusiastic and creative Teen Advisory Board to assist planning programs, to give feedback on the YA book collection, and to help make the library a comfortable space for teenagers. Members must be 13 -18 years old and able to commit to attending monthly meetings.

    What’s in it for you?
    • An opportunity to learn new skills
    • A place to have fun and meet/work with new people
    • Earn community service credits
    Interested?
    Email Teen Librarian Robert Carter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name, age, school, the skills, ideas, and talents you will bring to the library.
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  • Landscape for Beauty & Wildlife

    Learn from Naturalist & Ecological Management Coordinator Tia Pinney how to grow a beautiful, easy-to-maintain yard and help local wildlife by planting native shrubs, perennials, grasses and trees, and using sustainable growing practices to enhance the habitat value of your yard. You'll leave with inspiration & resources to start your landscape transformation! Saturday, June 18th at Drumlin Farm Nature Center, 208 S Great Road, Lincoln, MA 9:30AM - 12:00 PM. Fee is $30 (No Senior/LS Discount). Register at www.lsrhs.net/sites/adulted/.
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COMMUNITY NEWS

  • Lecture and Walking Tour: The History of Wolbach Farm

    The Sudbury Historical Society and the Sudbury Valley Trustees (SVT) have planned a special collaborative program about the history of the Wolbach Farm, headquarters of the SVT, for Sunday, June 5 at 2:00 p.m. at the barn at Wolbach Farm,

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  • Sudbury's Power: A History of Power Line Battles

    On Wednesday, June 1st at 7:00 pm, Protect Sudbury and The Sudbury Historical Society will be hosting a program at First Parish Church looking back on Sudbury’s successful efforts to oppose Boston Edison’s attempts to put high tension power lines

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  • HOPEsudbury Spring Drive

    HOPEsudbury Collection May 13 - May 27 for the Boston Shriners Hospital for Children

    HOPEsudbury is collecting NEW items for the children receiving treatment at Shriners Hospital for Children in Boston.

    Collection bins will be out May 13th – May 27th

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  • Emerson 5K Run~Walk for Cancer - June 4th

    In only a few weeks, Emerson Hospital will host its 16th annual Run~Walk for Cancer at the Thoreau Club Outdoor Center in Concord!! We hope that you will join your many friends and neighbors in their support of Emerson’s cancer

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  • Personal Essay Writing for Adults (18 years & older) - June 2

    Led by Giulietta“Julie”Nardone
    Visit her site at giuliettathemuse.com
    Thursdays June 2, 9, & 16, 2016
    6:30 - 8:00 pm
    Through a variety of writing prompts, you will explore your own lives. These writings can become stepping-stones for essays, memoirs, plays or

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  • Home & Hearth Tour: King Philip Neighborhood -May 21

    Tickets on Sale Now for the SHS’s Home & Hearth Tour

    The Sudbury Historical Society’s 2nd annual Home & Hearth Tour will be held Saturday, May 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Rain or shine. If you enjoy history,

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  • Sudbury Fun, Free, Family Events

    ave the date for our FREE Fun Family Events happening in and around Sudbury!!

    3rd Annual Sudbury Town Family Fair will take place Saturday August 20th 2016 from 10am to 4pm at Heritage Park in Sudbury Town Center. Live performances, Read More
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