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Dumpling Festival Success!

Thanks to help from the LSPO, the Chinese New Year celebration held Wednesday, Feb. 14 at LS was very successful. Students and teachers came to make dumplings, write Chinese calligraphy, play Chinese traditional sports, challenge their chopstick skills, check out their zodiacs, read about Chinese New Year culture, AND enjoy dumplings.

Dumpling-Festival 

For any family with a current 8th grade student: Wed, Feb 28 “An Introduction to Music at LS”

If you have a middle school student who loves music and is interested in music at LSRHS, then we want to meet you! Parents of 8th grade students in Sudbury and Lincoln are invited to visit LS at 7:30 pm to learn more about the L-S Music Department. Join us in the lobby of the Auditorium to meet the LS Music faculty without the crowds of LS parents’ night and tour the music spaces. Learn more about music offerings and music electives at the high school. Hear about flexible scheduling options that make it easy to study music and complete the tech requirement at LS.

Get an introduction to the accapella groups and hear about upcoming auditions for the LS Chamber Singers. Talk to current LS music students and parents while networking with incoming music families. If your student is in Chorus, Band or Orchestra, sings or studies outside of school or just loves music, we welcome you to attend. Meet our warm, welcoming LS Friends of Music community! For more information or questions, email lsfriendsofmusic@gmail.com or visit www.lsfom.org.

2018 Lincoln Scholarship Application Process now open

The 2018 Lincoln Scholarship Application process is now open to Lincoln resident high school seniors, and other applicants who fulfill the eligibility requirements as stated in the instructions for the Ogden Codman Trust Scholarships.

The Lincoln Scholarship Committee awards multiple one-year, needs-based Scholarships to graduating high school seniors, thanks to the generous annual support of our citizens. We are also administrators of two endowed awards, the Fannie Campbell Academic Award and the Sumner Smith Community Service Award, as well as multiple four-year scholarships that are supported by the Ogden Codman Trust.

Please go to the Lincoln Town home page, www.lincolntown.org, where the Scholarship Committee is featured, for more information. Deadline for all applications is Monday, April 2 at 3pm, whether via mail, email or hand delivery as instructed in the application instructions.

Questions? Email LincolnScholarship@lincolntown.org

JOB POSTING - Program Asst for Lincoln-Sudbury Adult Ed

Program Assistant Needed for Lincoln-Sudbury Adult Education:

L-S Adult Ed is looking for a creative, organized, community-minded individual to assist the new Director, Diane Alie, in designing and producing fall and spring programs. Flexible hours, modest stipend. Start date approximately March 1st. Kindly send a letter of interest along with your experience and qualifications to: adult.ed@lsrhs.net.

CONGRATULATIONS and thank you to Linda Hawes

Congratulations to Linda Hawes, who is retiring from her long-standing commitment to Lincoln-Sudbury Adult Ed. As Director, Linda has worked tirelessly to grow the adult ed program, and her efforts are so much appreciated! We wish her all the best!

Screening of Race to Nowhere Mar 8 @ 7pm LS Lecture Hall A

Lincoln-Sudbury Parent Organization presents the film "Race to Nowhere" which is a call to action for families, educators, and policy makers to challenge current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright, contributing and leading citizens.

Thursday, March 8th, 2018 - 7:00pm
Venue: Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Lecture Hall A
Address: 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, Massachusetts
Sponsor: Lincoln-Sudbury Parent Organization

FREE

"Culture changing" Rachel Simmons, Author, The Curse of the Good Girl

"A growing grass-roots phenomenon." Washington Post

"Must see movie" NY Times

"Another inconvenient truth" George Lucas Educational Foundation

"Compelling" Diane Ravich, Author, The Death and Life of the Great American School System

Click HERE for trailer

League of Women Voters Civics Bee Mar 4

The tenth annual League of Women Voters’ Civics Bee will take place Sunday, March 4, at 2 p.m.

Teams from Sudbury and Wayland will vie for the Civics Bee trophy. The Civics Bee is sponsored by the Leagues in the two towns.

The Bee will be held at Wayland High School, 264 Old Connecticut Path, in Wayland. The Bee is free and open to the public. The League of Women Voters of Wayland is host this year.

The special theme section of this year’s Bee is Lawmakers—State and Federal. The main focus of the Civics Bee remains to challenge the teams’ overall knowledge of federal, state and local government, with questions in all of those categories.

The Civics Bee teams are composed of six middle school students, six high school students and three adults from each town.

The Wayland Cultural Council is providing support for the Civics Bee.

Juliana's Catering and Jamaica Jammin’ ~ What a great combination!

Juliana's Catering and Jamaica Jammin’ ~ What a great combination!

Are you planning a Graduation Party? or another spring event? Make it easy - Let Juliana's Catering and Sudbury Event Rentals help! They offer delicious food and your party rental needs! PLUS Juliana's Catering and Sudbury Event Rentals have graciously offered to donate 10% of your order to Jamaica Jammin', simply mention Jamaica Jammin’. It couldn't be easier.

Please visit Juliana’s Catering - julianascatering.com or Sudbury Event Rentals - sudburyeventrentals.com and place your order. Or call the owner and long-time Sudbury resident, Nick Chunias, at 978-460-1021.

Jamaica Jammin' is in its 25th year of providing an all-night tradition where LS seniors celebrate graduation with their classmates in a safe, substance-free environment.

Sudbury Businesses Care

Sudbury Businesses Care!

Sudbury Businesses Care about keeping our Graduating High School Seniors safe!

Be part of this great group of local businesses which last year supported Jamaica Jammin’. Jamaica Jammin is in it’s 25th year of providing an all-night tradition where Lincoln Sudbury High School Seniors celebrate graduation with their classmates in a safe, substance-free environment. This is a wonderful event, which is organized by parent volunteers, but we need your support!

As a local business, you can help provide cash donations to preserve this tradition.

Sponsorship Levels ~ Diamond $500+ , Gold $250-$499, Silver $100-$249, Bronze up to $99

Check out who supported Jamaica Jammin’ in 2017….

Friends of Sudbury Park & Rec ~ Diamond Sponsor
Lotus Blossom ~ Diamond Sponsor
LSPO ~ Diamond Sponsor
Roche Brothers/Sudbury Farms ~ Diamond Sponsor
Sudbury Coffee Works ~ Diamond Sponsor
Sudbury Pizza ~ Diamond Sponsor
Lincoln Fire Association ~ Gold Sponsor
Sudbury Lumber ~ Gold Sponsor
Black Horse Real Estate ~ Silver Sponsor
Dancers Workshop ~ Silver Sponsor
Dr. Ivan Orup Jr. DMD, MMSc, PC ~ Silver Sponsor
Interstate Gas & Oil Corp. ~ Silver Sponsor
Kirk Dental Associates ~ Silver Sponsor
Lewis Welding & Crane ~ Silver Sponsor
Simply Direct ~ Silver Sponsor
Steven D. Cohen, DMD ~ Siver Sponsor
Sudbury Mobile ~ Silver Sponsor
Sudbury Pharmacy ~ Silver Sponsor
Bullfinchs ~ Bronze Sponsor
Frugal Flower ~ Bronze Sponsor
Jeanne Rosier Smith Fine Art ~ Bronze Sponsor
KT Fenton & Masonry ~ Bronze Sponsor
Quality Car Wash ~ Bronze Sponsor
Station Road Auto Body ~ Bronze Sponsor
Sudbury Family Dental ~ Bronze Sponsor
Sudbury Muscular Therapy ~ Bronze Sponsor

A Big Thank you to the 2017 Sponsors!

To donate - please make checks payable to “ Jamaica Jammin’ or L-S Senior Safe Night” and mail to: L-S Senior Safe Night, PO Box 574, Sudbury MA 01776 OR donate online
Visit http://tinyurl.com/jjdonate

Thurs, Mar 1: It’s Saturday night. Do you know what your teen is doing? Annual SADD Night, 7:30-9:00pm in the LS caf

Thurs., March 1: It’s Saturday night. Do you know what your teen is doing?

Annual SADD Night from 7:30-9:00pm in the LS cafeteria.

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) students will compile a varied panel of LSRHS students to give responses to questions regarding what teens at LS are doing. Students will be in one room, parents in the other, and a voice-altering microphone will enable parents and students to engage in dialogue yet remain anonymous to one another.

The evening will provide a mutual opportunity for both parents and students to ask and answer questions regarding what is really going on out there and what we as parents are wondering about. The goal is to gain a better understanding of what challenges face our community and our kids. The more you know, the better equipped you are to make a difference.

Click HERE to register

Parents only: Help prepare Jamaica Jammin' decorations - Mar 3

Parents - 

The planning of Jamaica Jammin' 2018, the all-night graduation party for the seniors, is under way. The decorations' team needs help on Saturday 3/3/18 from 9 am to 12 noon. Volunteers will organize the decorations for the June celebration. We will take any time you can commit.

To sign up: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c084fadae2ba4f85-weneed

The class of 2018 thanks you!

Contact Tracy Stewart (tracy_e_stewart@hotmail.com) with your questions.

SAT II: BIO (E/M) Test Review - LS Adult Ed - Starts May 9

LS Adult Ed is offering a class in SAT II: BIOLOGY (E/M) TEST REVIEW with Mr. Danko. This is a concentrated, intense review for students who have already taken biology. Students decide whether to take Biology-E or Biology-M on the test day by gridding the appropriate code on their answer sheet. This class will prepare students to take the SAT II Test on June 2nd. Class meets 4 Wednesdays: May 9, 16, 23, 30 from 6:30-8:30 PM in the Lecture Hall. Tuition is $225.

To register, please mail a check payable to LS Adult Ed to: LS Adult Ed, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 or register online at www.lsrhs.net/sites/adulted/.

SAT: Verbal Review Class - LS Adult Ed - Starts Mar 14

LS Adult Ed is offering a class for SAT VERBAL REVIEW. This class will prepare students for the Reading Test, Writing and Language Test, and the SAT Essay. Class meets 5 Wednesdays: March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11 from 6:30-8:00 PM in Room B331. Tuition is $330.

To register, please mail a check payable to LS Adult Ed to: LS Adult Ed, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 or register online at www.lsrhs.net/sites/adulted.

ACT: English, Reading & Essay Review - LS Adult Ed - Starts Mar 13

LS Adult Ed is offering a class for ACT: ENGLISH, READING & ESSAY REVIEW. In this class, students will learn and practice strategies to conquer one of the verbal sections of the test. The final week will be a practice test. This course will prepare students for the April ACT test. Class meets 4 Tuesdays: March 13, 20, 27 and April 3 from 6:30-8:00 PM in Room B331. Tuition is $320.

To register, please mail a check payable to LS Adult Ed to: LS Adult Ed, 390 Lincoln Road, Sudbury, MA 01776 or register online at www.lsrhs.net/sites/adulted/.

Operation Graduation: Balloons for LS Seniors on Sale until May

Orders for graduation balloons will be accepted until May 23rd.

Each 18-inch blue foil "Congratulations L-S Grad" balloon is $5.

Balloons will be delivered and tied to the graduate's HOME mailbox a few days before graduation accompanied by a "Congratulations and Good Luck" card. All proceeds go to the Class of 2020 Steering Committee Fund. Cash or checks accepted.

Deliveries will only be made to the towns of Sudbury and Lincoln. For all other areas and for questions, contact Amy Rose amylrose@comcast.net

Celebrate our Class of 2018 graduates and promote community and school spirit!

Click here for order form

Upcoming SEPAC Events

Please see information from the Special Education Parent Advisory Council. All parents are invited.

Lincoln-Sudbury RHS SEPAC events: All events are free and open to the public. Presentations will begin at 7pm and will be at LSRHS -- please check back at our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/LSRHSSEPAC/ for specific locations, or email lssepac.chair@gmail.com.

Feb 27th Navigating the College Process for Students with Disabilities Presented by Laura Cole, LSRHS Counselor (rescheduled from Jan 11)

Mar 13th Navigating the Cyber World This presentation covers a variety of topics involving apps, social media, gaming, cyber bullying, and strangers on the internet. Presented by Camila Barrerra, Middlesex Partnership for Youth

Apr 6th Life after High School for Students with Disabilities Presented by Laura Cole, LSRHS Counselor

May 1st Guardianship, Estate Planning, and Special Needs Trusts Presented by Attorney Meredith Greene, Fletcher Tilton and Leo Rotman, CFP River Financial Group Everyone is welcome!

Upcoming Events

8Mar
03/08 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Screening of Race to Nowhere
13Mar
03/13 7:00pm - 8:30pm
SEPAC - Navigating the Cyber World
17Mar
03/17 12:00pm - 4:00pm
SERF College Fair
19Mar
03/19 7:00pm - 8:30pm
LSPO Meeting
2Apr