ART on display in the LIBRARY

The library is thrilled to announce the installation of its new ART wall.  This month features autumnal still lifes and works in graphite from 8th grade students in Ms. Romeo-Léger’s class.  Please stop by to admire their work, grab a new book to read, and enjoy the view of the vibrant leaves as …

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Financial Aid Seminar

The MEFA College Financing Seminar will be at Lee High School on October 5th at 7:00 pm.  The seminar will cover applying for financial aid, how colleges make financial aid decisions, financial aid award letters and more.  The seminar is free of charge.  Go to mefa.org for more information.

NEW DATE for Senior Night

Senior Night has been changed from October 5th to the 12th. Senior Night will be held on October 12th at 6:00 in the Duffin Theater.  The guidance office will present the college admissions process and answer any questions you may have.  

PSAT Prep Course

LMMHS is offering a PSAT Prep Course for any sophomore or junior that would like to signup.  The course will consist of five sessions.  The first four will be Saturdays beginning Septmeber 16th and ending October 7th.  The last session will be the week of the PSAT exam.  All juniors …

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Back-to-School

Teaching and learning is off to a great start at LMMHS. We are delighted to invite Parents and Guardians to attend Back-to-School Night on Thursday, September 14, 2017, from 6:30 to 8:25 p.m. to hear first-hand about the exciting learning opportunities their children will experience this school year. Back-to-School Night …

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Internship Programs

The Lenox High School internship program offers juniors and seniors the opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience in a field of interest.  In collaboration with the Berkshire County Regional Employment Board, the Internship Program utilizes a Work Based Learning model that emphasizes basic employment foundations skills while learning career specific …

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SAVE THE DATE for Junior Night

Junior night for college planning will be in the Duffin Theater on November 14th at 6:00pm.  The guidance office will present what juniors should be doing this year in preparation for college and answer any questions you may have.  The “What it takes to be a College Athlete” presentation will …

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PSAT Exam

The College Board’s PSAT/NMSQT exam will be given at LMMHS on Wednesday morning, October 11th.  All sophomores and juniors will be participating in the exam free of charge.  Junior’s scores are automatically submitted to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for scholarship consideration and recognition.  Questions regarding the PSAT may be …

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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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20 More Days

The classrooms are looking clean and fresh thanks to the dedicated custodial staff at LMMHS. School begins for students on August 31st and preliminary schedules have been mailed home. We are all looking forward to another great school year!

Graduation 2017

Dear Lenox, We have the best students, teachers and staff at Lenox Memorial Middle and High School. If there is any doubt, please view the videos of the graduation speakers posted below. I have seen these students grow under the care of middle and high school teachers and staff. Everyone …

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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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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!!

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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Thank You LMMHS Faculty and Staff for Your Dedication to Student Success!

Please look into the link from US News and Reports about our school: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-chools/massachusetts/districts/lenox/lenox-memorial-high-9411 As Principal, I am very pleased to receive this recognition for the past four years. The following three points have been instrumental in maintaining a high performing school in our small community: First, I thank the Town of …

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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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“Annie” The Musical

Don’t miss our Middle Schools production of “Annie” this Friday and Saturday May 5th and 6th at 7pm in the LMMHS Duffin Theater.  Tickets will be $7 for students and senior citizens or $10 for adults.  Catch both shows for only $10 or $15.

Athletic Signing Day

LMMHS is fortunate to have two Division I college athletes who signed their letters of intent on National Signing Day, April 12. Congratulations to Shannon Meisberger (Georgetown track) and Emma Jourdain (University of Maine Cross Country). Good luck as you head off to make your mark!! LMMHS is very proud!! …

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LMMHS Collaboration with AIER

Career Day on Campus by Natalia Smirnova, PhD – Senior Research Fellow, Director of Education Daily Economy Wednesday, April 5, 2017 0 Comments AIER founder Col. E.C. Harwood encouraged the institute to apply John Dewey’s ideas on the education of young minds. In his book “How We Think” (1933), Dewey …

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Distractology

LMMHS had the Distractology trailer on campus this week where 56 of our students are scheduled to participate in the driving simulator to assist students in being more aware of distracted driving and the dangers involved. Special thanks to Arbella Insurance Companies (Toole Insurance and Greylock Insurance) who sponsored the …

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Talia Traversa Receives the Certificate of Accomplishment Award

The Princeton Prize in Race Relations was established by Princeton University in order “to promote harmony, respect, and understanding among people of different races by identifying and recognizing high school age students whose efforts have had a significant, positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities.” The panel …

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SAVE THE DATE

Junior Families:  Thursday, April 6th at 7:00 the Guidance Office will be presenting Junior Night in the Duffin Theater.  Students and their families will get valuable information about planning for the college process, standardized testing and what to expect senior year.

SAVE THE DATE

Freshman Families:  Thursday, April 6th at 6:00 the Guidance Office will be presenting 9th Grade Night in the Duffin Theater.  Students and families will learn about what to expect in high school and get an overview about the next three years.

Town Scholarship Deadline

Seniors, Post Graduates and Parents and Guardians of Seniors, please be aware that the deadline to submit the Town of Lenox Scholarship application into the guidance office is Monday April 3rd.  This is less than two weeks away.  Late applications will not be considered.  This scholarship is available to any …

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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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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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