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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WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE CLASS

Junior and Senior girls at LMMHS are being given the opportunity to learn proven awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance strategies along with hands-on physical self-defense training.  There will be 8 hours of training in all.  Classes will be in the school gym on Tuesday March 14th and Thursday March …

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Cloning Succulents!

Rooting Schlumbergera species in the greenhouse for our May plant sale… The way we clone succulents is by cutting the tips of the mother plant, then planting these in cactus mix potting soil and keeping them watered. They will develop roots from the nodes under the soil and become their …

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Preschool Screening!

It’s time for the annual Pre-School Open House and Screening! Open House All parents of three and four year-olds are encouraged to attend an Open House on March 7, 2017 at 6 p.m. at Morris Elementary School. The meeting will provide an opportunity for parents to meet the screening team and to sign …

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Lenox Through The Years

2017 is the 250th birthday of the town of Lenox! There will be a screening of the film “Lenox Through The Years” in the Duffin Theater on Saturday, February 11th at 7:00 p.m. Come and view the film starting the year long celebration of Lenox! Enjoy!!  

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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Snow coming, events cancelled

With the snow beginning to fall, anything scheduled after 4:00 this afternoon (Tuesday, January 31) has been postponed. This includes the girls’ basketball game (working on a reschedule) and evening musical rehearsal. Tomorrow morning’s MS chorus has also been cancelled. The building will be closing at 4:00, so please make …

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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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Class of 2017 Early Decision and Admissions

Class of 2017 Early Decision and Admissions   Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2017 for receiving early acceptance from the following colleges and universities: Bates College Becker College Berkshire Community College Boston College Boston University Bryant University Bryn Mawr College Case Western Reserve University Central Connecticut State …

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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  

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!!

Immigration Workshop

An immigration workshop will be held on January 12 at 5:30 at Berkshire Community College. This workshop is for Berkshire immigrants who want to understand more about their rights now and under a new President. See attached flier. Immigration Workshop Flier  

Computer Science Education

Students at Morris and LMMHS computer classes participated in the Hour of Code, which was a week-long international global movement for Computer Science Education and Code.org that invited students K-12 to participate in a one-hour introduction to computer science along with millions of students from over 180 countries.  Six students from LMMHS–Ann Barber’s Exploring Computer Science class (grades 9-12)–visited the Morris …

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Quiz Team

On Saturday, December 10th, our High School Quiz Team had its qualifying match on As Schools Match Wits.  Pictured above and representing Lenox against Suffield High School were Joseph Bouvier (alternate), Connor Ellrodt, Shon Loftus, Elias Williams, Megan Gamache, and Marguerite Yee (alternate).  It was an exciting match.  Our team …

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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!!

Library Hours!

Many thanks to Ruth Freifeld and our 6th grade models for this beautiful new poster noting the library’s hours!  Ruth is in Ms. Romeo-Léger’s Graphic Design class where she brilliantly designed our new poster.  Thanks, Ruth!

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

Lost and Found

Thanks to the assistance of Matt Heim, Nick Monteleone, Sophia Cahillane and Cameron Sweener, all lost and found clothing can be found in the main lobby of the school on tables. We hope that students and parents/guardians can claim their items this week. After Friday’s parent/teacher conferences, we will donate …

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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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Busy Week Ahead!!

This is a very busy week for our extra-curricular students. Please spend the week enjoying their efforts!! Monday, 11/7 – Girls’ Soccer at home, WMass Quarterfinals vs. Hopkins Academy at 6:00 ($5 students and $7 adults) Tuesday, 11/8 – Boys’ Soccer at home, WMass Quarterfinals vs. Hopkins Academy at 6:00 …

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Coloring in the Library!

We have gorgeous bookmarks to color, new coloring books, and brand new beautiful markers in the library!  On your next visit, factor in some time to unwind and create something gorgeous!  Many thanks to Sammie Peebles for her fabulous photograph!