6 Pillars & Community Service

 At LMMHS, our students do our best to be TRRFCC (Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship). We use the Six Pillars of Character to help guide us in what we do and how we treat each other. Take a look at Character Counts Website to get an overview of what each pillar really means.

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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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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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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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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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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6th Grade bringing a smile!

These cards were made by the 6th grade class to help cheer up the spirits of a young boy with leukemia named, Xavier. The 6th graders were very eager and excited to make these cards and bring a smile to his face. They went into the mail today!!

Random Act of Kindness Week

The week of February 13th is Random Act of Kindness Week, according to kindness.org with Tuesday, February 14th (Valentine’s Day) being Random Act of Kindness Day. Let’s all reach out and do something for somebody else just because we want to make this a better place to live in!! Check …

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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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Health 101

The newest issue of Student Health 101 is now available on-line. Go to the link below and check it out. Enjoy the day!! http://getsh101.com/lmhs.html  

Fuel Fund totals!

Thank you so much to everyone who was able to donate to assist the Lenox Fuel Fund with spare change and dollar bills. We were able to raise $454 over the couple days which will all be donated to Thelma’s Little Fund to assist our Community of Lenox this winter. …

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Lenox Fuel Fund

Donations will be accepted today, tonight at the band concert, and tomorrow to assist “Thelma’s Little Fund” in town to help elderly who have difficulty affording heat this winter. Every little bit helps, so bring some loose change and help out!

Sportsmanship Summit

Riley Burke, Noah Hunter and Morgan Levesque presented at the Berkshire County Leadership Summit this year. Their topic was “Having a Positive Attitude and Bringing it to Your Team!” Their presentation was well received and we appreciate their representing LMMHS in such a great way!! Thanks for your service!!

Health 101

Hello All, The newest issue of Student Health 101 is now available on-line. Go to the link below and check it out. Enjoy!! http://getsh101.com/lmhs.html Mr. Cogswell

Blood Drive

The National Honor Society and the Red Cross would like to thank everyone who assisted with the Blood Drive by giving blood, passing the word or helping out.  Their goal was 28 people, there were 32 sign ups, 30 donors registered, with only 2 deferrals (great job!), and we collected …

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Sock Drive

Have some SOLE!! LMMHS is holding a sock drive this week to help the homeless. Any new men’s or women’s socks can be brought to school this week and placed in the collection boxes in the main lobby. The donated items will then be given to area shelters in time …

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Health 101

Hello All, The newest issue of Student Health 101 is now available on-line. Go to the link below and check it out. Enjoy the afternoon!! http://getsh101.com/lmhs.html Mr. Cogswell

Athletic Accomplishments

Congratulations to our the Girls’ Soccer team who has won the Southern Division Title, the Girls’ Cross Country Running Team who was crowned the Berkshire County Champs and the Volleyball team who won their first ever Southern Division Title. Our Boys’ Soccer team has also clinched at least a tie …

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Pumpkin Decorating!!

Such a great time when our Peer Education Mentors and their 6th Graders get together to decorate pumpkins!! We had 100 students involved Wednesday and Thursday enjoying each others company and sharing stories!! The pictures here are a snapshot of some of the fantastic creations!!

Health 101

Hello All, The newest issue of Student Health 101 is now available on-line. Go to the link below and check it out. Enjoy the day!! http://getsh101.com/lmhs.html Mr. Cogswell

It Can Wait Campaign

Don’ Text and Drive!! That was the message sent on Thursday to all students, staff and parents that attended school and Back-to-School Night. If you would like to see the short video shown during the day, click the link below (not to worry, it is not graphic at all – …

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Stop Hunger Now

Following through on a project initiated by Junior Matthew Heim, our Boys’ and Girls’ soccer teams combined with the group Stop Hunger Now and raised enough money to put together over 10,000 meals to help feed the hungry. On Sunday, September 11, the teams met in the LMMHS cafeteria and …

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Diabetes Walk participants

        Thanks to the LMMHS team and the NHS volunteers that helped out at this year’s Diabetes Walk to benefit the BMC Diabetes Patient’s Needs Fund that helps diabetics who cannot afford medication and supplies. LMMHS team raised almost $1,000 to help out the cause!! Email Mr. Cogswell (bcogswell@lenoxps.org) if …

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Students get a taste of Accounting at UMass

A group of students from Ann Barber’s class were able to see what accounting is all about at a conference at UMass. They were able to think about whether they might like to follow that path in their next steps. See the article from iBerkshires at: http://www.iberkshires.com/story/51799/Lenox-Students-Get-Taste-of-Accounting-as-a-Career.html

Pro-Active Lenox

Students from the 10th Grade and Adviser Mrs. Pignatelli assisted Pro-Active Lenox with their Bottle Drive this past weekend. The group helped to replenish Thelma’s Fund which helps families in Lenox and LenoxDale who struggle to meet their needs. If you would like to make a donation to Thelma’s Fund, …

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6th Grade and the Environment

Today the sixth grade learned about the 4 R’s of waste reduction, Recycle, Reuse, Re-purpose & Refuse. HS’ AP Environmental Science students & 6th graders worked together to create an upcycled mural. Here is their (almost) finished product!!

Clothing Drive

Thanks to everyone who donated slightly used clothing to help 8th Grader Lucy McMahon and the Project 351 clothing drive for Cradles to Crayons. As a school, we were able to put together 8 large garbage bags of items that Lucy dropped off over the weekend. The LMMHS Community continues …

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Pinwheel Project Video

The Students as Voices for Empowerment (SAVE) Club at LMMHS finished off the Pinwheel Project with a quick video showing the nearly 16,000 pinwheels that turned into a donation of almost $32,000 to the Syrian refugee children involved with the International Rescue Committee’s Healing Classrooms and The Bezos Family Foundation. …

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Care Packages

Spirit week was a huge success as students had fun and did some Community Service at the same time. Items were donated including tooth brushes, toothpaste, soap and such. These items will be put into small Care Packages and donated to Barton’s Crossing Shelter in Pittsfield to help the homeless. …

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