SUMMER READING/MATH 2019

SUMMER READING/MATH 2019 HONORS ALGEBRA II Instructor:  Mr. Bazzano   (packet available in the Main Office:  includes topics that have been completed in  Algebra I where it is understood that you have a solid working knowledge of these topics for the coming year.)   HONORS GEOMETRY Instructor:  Mr. Pugh   (packet available…

Continue reading

LMMHS Named School of Recognition

Lenox Memorial Middle and High School was named a 2018 School of Recognition based on High Achievement David Pugh, Math Department Chair and Anne Engelberger, Special Education Chair is pictured with Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education Jeffry Riley, They received the certification at the Great Hall in the State…

Continue reading

Quiz Team County Champs!!

At the end of April, Lenox hosted the final monthly meet of the Berkshire County Quiz League.  Seven schools from throughout the county competed this school year – Monument, Lee, Lenox, Pittsfield, Taconic, Wahconah and BArT.  Over the school year, Lenox won 17 of its 21 matches – an impressive accomplishment –…

Continue reading

5th Grade Parent Night

Parent Orientation for our current 5th graders will be Thursday, May 30, at 5:30 pm in the Duffin Theater at LMMHS.  Parents will have an opportunity to meet our Principal, Michael Knybel, our Assistant Principal, Brian Cogswell, the 6th grade teachers, and Dave Hilfinger, the middle school guidance counselor.  You…

Continue reading

Transition to College Life

Leaving home for college for the first time presents a new set of challenges. Adams Community Bank invites parents and students to this free event. WHEN: Monday, May 13th @ 7pm WHERE: Orchards Hotel, Williamstown, MA Light refreshments will be served   PANEL INCLUDES: Dr. Joshua Mendel — MCLADirector of…

Continue reading

ART EXHIBIT at the Welles Gallery

ART EXHIBIT at the Welles Gallery Showcasing a variety of creative works by students of Lenox Memorial Middle & High School Grades 6-12 Where: The Lenox Library, Welles Gallery When: April 12-May 4, 2019 What: A creative exhibition of scratch-board art, visual narratives, charcoal & graphite sketches, traditional black &…

Continue reading

Spring Reminders

With spring quickly approaching, I wanted to reach out to families with a few health reminders. It is my hope that Flu season is behind us; however, I continue to see nasal congestion, Strep Throat, some pneumonia and students with gastrointestinal issues.  Please remember that good health habits are often…

Continue reading

Care packages for the homeless

LMMHS received donations from each grade level and were able to put together 60 packages containing each of the items below including shampoo, lotion, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, shaving cream, soap, tissue and a comb. The packages were then dropped off at Barton’s Crossing in Pittsfield to help with the…

Continue reading

COLLEGE FAIR

Monument Mountain Regional High School Guidance Department invites you to attend their 36th annual College Fair Tuesday, April 9, 2019   from   6:30 pm – 8:30 pm  at  Monument Mountain Regional High School, 600 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington Free admission, over 120 colleges and university’s represented  

Continue reading

Financial Aid Seminar

Pittsfield High School is excited to invite families to attend a free seminar on financial aid. This seminar is offered with MEFA, the Commonwealth’s authority on paying for college. An experienced MEFA representative will provide an overview of the college payment process, including the details of financial aid award letters,…

Continue reading

Robotics Team Success!

The Robotics Club has qualified once again for the MA state championship tournament on March 2nd at Natick High School. They performed very well on Saturday at Hopkins Academy, finishing in 4th place (out of 24) after the preliminary rounds and were then selected by the top team to join them in…

Continue reading

Quiz Team Champions!

The Lenox high school quiz team got up nice and early and had an outstanding showing at this year’s Blender Bowl.  The single-day quiz team competition featured 16 teams from 10 high schools.  Lenox had 3 teams compete with success – one team was the eventual champion, our second team…

Continue reading

8th Grade Career Fair

The 8th grade celebrated area businesses in a career fair on January 18th. Many thanks to the over 30 area businesses, entrepreneurs and Town and State officials who donated their time to come in and talk about their passions with our students! What a wonderful way for the community to…

Continue reading

Job Shadow Day

On Monday, February 4, sophomores will have the opportunity to participate in National Job Shadow Day. Job Shadow Day is a chance for students to spend time in the workplace by shadowing local professionals. It is recommended that students and their families’ network with friends, family and neighbors in an…

Continue reading

Congratulations Maisie Morrison

The Massachusetts Art Education Association has established a new competitive exhibit opportunity for high school students. This is a real-world opportunity for art students to enter their artwork, along with accompanying artist statements, to be reviewed by a panel of judges. Art students, grades 9-12, from public and private schools…

Continue reading

Enjoy the Break!

As we approach the unofficial mid-point of the school year, it is nice to reflect on the many successes of our students, faculty and staff. No matter where you look; artistically, athletically, academically both in STEM and Humanities, musically and in drama LMMHS students excel. When it comes to relationships,…

Continue reading

Health Update

LMMHS had several reports of positive flu diagnoses this week, and over the past several weeks, both Morris Elementary and LMMHS have seen an increased number of students being diagnosed with pneumonia. This is also the time of year that Strep Throat is also prevalent. Armed with this information, I…

Continue reading

Berkshire SuperGenarians

Hall Walking in the Lenox Public Schools Is Up and Running! (OK—it’s up and walking.) Implementing a suggestion from Berkshire SuperGenarian co-founders (and Lenox residents), Mary Jane Incorvia Mattina and Francine Weinberg, the Lenox Public Schools Department encourages residents to keep fit inside even if there is snow, rain or…

Continue reading

Magdalena Sorrentino voted LMMHS National Society Daughters of the American Revolution – Good Citizen

Congratulations to Magdalena Sorrentino voted Lenox High Schools class of 2019 National Society Daughters of the American Revolution – Good Citizen by the Lenox High School faculty and staff.  Each year, the Daughters of the American Revolution Organization offer a Good Citizens Program and Scholarship Contest which is intended to…

Continue reading

Lenox Competes at WPI Math Meet

Lenox Competes at WPI Math Meet Congratulations to High School Quiz Team members Tristan Collins, Ian McCaffrey, Piero Merino, and Herkus Rudzinskas who represented LMMHS at Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s 31st annual mathematics meet.  Tristan’s outstanding performance resulted in him winning a $1,000 scholarship to WPI should he attend. Congrats to all…

Continue reading

Mandated Health Screenings

The Health Office nurses at both Morris Elementary and LMMHS are currently conducting state mandated health screenings. Depending on the grade of your student, these screenings may include vision, hearing, postural, height/weight/BMI. Parents will receive a referral letter for those students who are found to have concerning results, and asked…

Continue reading

Parent/Teacher Conferences 2018

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday evening, November 29th, from 6:00-9:00 and Friday, November 30th, from 8:00-3:00. Parents will register for conferences online starting in November.  Families will soon receive a Parent-Teacher Conference email with detailed instructions to register.  Information will also be available on the webpage at that…

Continue reading

A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE

We are proud to bring ADL’s Peer Training Program to our school. This program will help us continue to promote a safe and supportive school community where people of diverse backgrounds can come together to contribute to our core values and fulfill their responsibilities as caring members of our society.…

Continue reading