Self-Portrait Project

In conjunction with the Bezos Family Foundation, the SAVE group assisted in sponsoring a self-portrait project. The event asked any student who was interested to draw a self-portrait and turn it in. The Bezos Family Foundation will donate $3 for each one done to finance the Facing Differences Challenge raising…

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Special Olympics fun!

Our Special Olympians had a great day running, throwing and jumping at Monument Mountain in the annual Special Olympic Day on May 2nd. The weather was perfect and they had a great time! LMMHS also had a number of HS volunteers that went to help for the day encouraging and…

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Student Art Show

Join some of our student’s art work at the Good Purpose Gallery at 40 Main Street in Lee between 10:00 and 4:00 (closed on Tuesdays). Art will be on exhibit until May 8th. There will be an opening reception Friday, April 13th from 6:30-8:30. Check out the amazing work!! Left…

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As Schools Match Wits

Congratulations to our high school quiz team.  They competed on As Schools Match Wits on Saturday, March 24.  You can tune in to WGBY, channel 12 at 7pm, on Saturday, April 14th to see how well they did against Hampshire Regional. Go Millionaires!!

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State Sportsmanship Award Winner!

Congratulations to senior Jake Corcoran who was presented the State Sportsmanship Award for his efforts in Hockey playing on the Mount Everett team. He was given the award on the Bruin’s bench by Cam Neely, former Bruin Star. This picture below show Jake with Cam. Well done, Jake. You have…

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Care Packages for the Homeless

During Spirit Week, LMMHS collected items to put together care packages for the local homeless shelters. Each bag contains shampoo, deodorant, a razor, soap, a comb, toothbrush, toothpaste and a wash cloth. The Student Council put together 118 full packages, 34 bags with soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, 20 with toothpaste…

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Student Walkout

Some students and staff at LMMHS walked out of their classes today (March 14th) at 10:00 in support of the National Student Walkout in response to the school shootings at Stoneman Douglas HS in Parkland, Florida. Students spoke about school safety and having their voices heard regarding gun laws. Representative…

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Hat and Mitten Drive

Hat and Mitten Drive The Student Ambassadors will be participating in a Service Challenge through the MIAA. They will be collecting winter hats and mittens to distribute to those in need. Between now and January 10 you can get into any basketball game free by donating a hat AND mittens…

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Safety Drill Success

LMMHS completed a safety drill based on the updated Safety Protocol put in place on Wednesday, November 29th. The staff and students took the drill seriously and had positive discussions around what should be done should an emergency arise where a lockdown is required. Mr. Cogswell conducted a parent evening…

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High School Photography Exhibit

Lenox Post Office Window High School Photography November 1st – December 1st   The following high school students have pinhole photographs on display:  Sierra Besanceney, David Jakacky, Jr., Alex Jerez, Harrison Keator, Eva Lyon, Bobby Romeo, Zilian Santos, Ella Smith, Itzel Soriano and Josie Usow                   David…

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Give a Heart to Africa

This past week, members of S.A.V.E. conducted a series of fundraisers all with the aim of raising money for the foundation Give a Heart to Africa. These fundraisers were organized on behalf of Lenox alum and former S.A.V.E. member Lucy Schwartz, who is currently an active participant of Give a…

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Pam Garramone – Guest speaker

What a great day!! Pam Garramone came and spoke to our Middle School students, our High School Students, then staff and parents after school. Her energy and lesson on happiness was well received and we all hope to take some of her happiness and pass it forward. Below are a…

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Happiness Boosters Family Event 9-5-17!!

Happiness Boosters – Science-based strategies to increase well-being and decrease stress Positive Psychology speaker and life coach, Pam Garramone, M.Ed., will present simple things you can do every day to increase happiness and well-being and decrease stress. Learn why and how “your brain on positive performs significantly better than on…

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Class of 1967!

LMMHS welcomed the 50th reunion crew from the Class of 1967 for a building tour on Saturday, June 24th. They loved taking a stroll down memory lane and reminiscing about past experiences. We even saw a flashback in the gym with an old Basketball uniform!!          …

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Track – New England Champ!

Shannon Meisberger has taken the next step and won the 300 meter hurdle race at last weekend’s New England Championships!! Shannon will be competing this weekend at the Nationals in North Carolina. Good Luck Shannon!! Go Millionaires!!           

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State Track Champion!!

Congratulations to Shannon Meisberger, LMMHS’ first ever track and field State Champion!! Shannon won the 400 meter hurdles at the State meet last weekend and will be competing in the New England Championships on Saturday, June 10.             Way to go Shannon!! Go Millionaires!!

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Track Team Results!!

The Lenox Girls’ Track Team finished 2nd overall at the Western Mass Championship on Saturday at Mohawk Regional High School.  Shannon Meisberger was first in the 400 hurdles and the 200 meters, Maggie Sorrentino was first in the 800 meters, and Emma Jourdain finished first in the 2 mile.   Ellen Huth, Marion…

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Special Olympic Heroes!

On Wednesday, Lenox sent two athletes, Owen Ivas and Matthew Mikulski as well as 19 student volunteers and staff members to the Special Olympics held at Monument High School. Even though the day was a little damp, athletes and students had a great day as both athletes came back with…

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Teen marijuana use informational evening

On Thursday, May 11th, LMMHS will hold a parent evening in conjunction with the Berkshire United Way. The evening will run in the Duffin Theater from 6:30-8:00. We will discuss results from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey completed in the fall and hear from Mr. Rick Cresta talking about youth…

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Spring Sports

Spring Sports start on Monday, March 20th. As it is every spring, all times are subject to change depending on the weather. Below is a list of tentative practices for the first week. Parent/Athlete meeting with coaches on Monday, March 27th at 6:30 in the Duffin. All are required to…

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Donations – Well Done LMMHS!!

Thanks to everyone who donated to our Community Service Project last week for those in need. We were able to put together 74 complete care packages each including a toothbrush, 2 tubes of toothpaste, soap, a razor, shampoo, a comb, a deodorant and an emory board. We were able to…

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Princeton Prize on Race Relations

Congratulations to Talia Traversa who is in the running for the Princeton Prize on Race Relations for her leadership in the junior class, which hosted a panel of local experts on policing and race this past January. The prize honors students who have had a significant impact on race relations in their…

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Random Acts of Kindness

The Middle School has taken Random Acts of Kindness (RAKs) Week to a whole new level! This bulletin board is covered with envelopes full of various RAKs that students can pick and do during the next few weeks. The board will be up for the rest of February and we…

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Speaker John Martin

LMMHS was fortunate to have John Martin speak to both the Middle and High school students in two separate presentations on January 30th. The link below will allow you to view the High School session with John. His discussion about the difference between being successful and being significant had us…

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Fun in Accounting Class

On January 30th, Natalia Smirnova, from the American Institute of Economic Research, came into Mrs. Barber’s accounting class to give them background knowledge and preparation on how stocks and bonds work in our economic system.  You can read the article published in the January 31st issue of  The Economist, “Learning as…

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Classics Day Trip

On Friday, January 20, Latin students from schools throughout the Berkshires and the Pioneer Valley spent the day at Mount Holyoke College participating in workshops and competitions relating to the history, language, and culture of ancient Rome and Greece. We are proud of all our Lenox students who participated, many…

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Junior class panel discussion

On Wednesday, January 18th, the junior class partook in a panel discussion exploring the relationship between policing and the Black Lives Matter Movement. Professionals from our community led the discussion: Chief Wynn – Pittsfield PD, Lt. Traversa – Pittsfield PD, Professor Stacy Evans – BCC, Professor Charles Park – BCC, Chief…

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Hannah Beckington in LA Youth Orchestra

LMMHS 9th Grader Hannah Beckington will be performing with the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles as part of her music studies with Berkshire Children and Families’ Kids 4 Harmony in Los Angeles this weekend at a birthday celebration for Kitty Dukakis, wife of former MA Governor Michael Dukakis. Good luck…

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100th Career Point!!

Congratulations to LMMHS/Mount Everett’s Jake Corcoran, shown below in action last season, who earned his 100th career point on Saturday. Way to go Jake and thanks for representing Lenox with such pride on the Mount Everett Co-op Hockey Team!!

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6th Grade Community Service

Special thanks to our 6th graders who took the time to make some other people smile just before the break. A small group of 12 students (randomly picked from the 30 that wanted to go!) went to Laurel Lake Nursing Home and performed a line dance demonstration with Ms. Burdsall…

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Holiday Luncheon Assistance

MINI SCULPTURES ON DISPLAY AT THE LENOX POST OFFICE The seventh grade art students worked on creating centerpieces for the annual Lenox Community Center Seniors holiday luncheon during the first two weeks in December. This service-learning project inspired the artists to use a variety of materials for their mini sculptures…

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