Accessing Covid-19 Test Results

Parents and Guardians Our local providers have shared with school nurses around Berkshire County that parents are struggling with obtaining Covid-19 test reports to submit for reentry into school. Please see the attached guides for setting up a Berkshire Health Systems Patient Portal account for your student. Berkshire Health Systems…

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Flu Clinic at LMMHS

2020 Flu Clinic this Friday, October 16th from 3-6:00 pm Berkshire Alliance will be hosting a Flu Clinic this Friday, October 16th from 3-6pm in the LMMHS Cafe. The last appointment time is at 5:45pm. Appointments can be made using this link: https://www.appointmentquest.com/scheduler/2190032629?schedule=october16thlenoxhighschool In order to expedite appointment times, and…

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Bus Routes 2020-21

Below are the bus routes for the hybrid learning portion of the 2020-21 school year at LMMHS. A reminder that students who are not registered for the bus routes WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE BUS. Bus registration was done by designating the need on the survey completed or by…

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Hybrid Health Reminders

Dear parents and guardians, With the start of school just around the corner, literally at the end of a short weekend, I’m sure you’re experiencing the same anxiety and excitement that we are at the schools. I wanted to take this opportunity to remind families of a few things. First,…

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Canvas Introduction

The LPS “techhelp” team has been working this week to create a Canvas introduction class. We will be growing this class as the school year evolves. This class is the only publicly available class on our system. Other classes/activities will require a student or staff login. We are working on…

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Parent Questionnaire

08.24.20 Survey Link: https://forms.gle/6nso3yYhB1uP9pBm7       This is William Cameron, Superintendent of the Lenox Public Schools.  In addition to this voice message, you will receive a written copy by e-mail.  The text of this message will also appear on the Lenox Public Schools’ website, as well as on the Morris and…

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Parent Survey

This is William Cameron, Superintendent of the Lenox Public Schools.  In addition to this voice message, you will receive a written copy by e-mail.  The text of this message will also appear on the Lenox Public Schools’ website, as well as on the Morris and LMMHS websites. The administrators and…

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Congratulations to the Class of 2020

In this unexpected, unprecedented interruption of our academic school year, my heart goes out to our outstanding Senior Class of 2020 for their persistence in the “pursuit of excellence” displayed in this troubling time. The Class of 2020 has conquered the LMMHS Mission Statement in all fields academic, social, athletic…

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TOWN SCHOLARSHIP UPDATE

Due to Covid 19 and staff not being in the schools, the Town Scholarship deadline has been extended to April 27.  All applications and required paperwork should be mailed to the superintendents office at 6 Walker Street attention scholarships or emailed to Mrs. Deets at cdeets@lenoxps.org.  Any applications postmarked or…

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Getting Tech Ready To Go

The LPS Tech Dept is gathering and organizing tech for deliver to staff and student home. Here’s Tech-Tim giving Chromebook the white glove treatment, or in this case black glove… If you need a Chromebook for your Lenox student, please call the tech dept at 637-5534.  

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Health Update

Since returning from Holiday Break, both schools have had increasing numbers of student and staff illnesses. Families are reporting Strep Throat, pneumonia and recently reporting testing positive for Influenza. Below you will find some information obtained from Mass.gov. Common symptoms of flu are nasal congestion, cough, and sore throat, which can be…

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National Job Shadow Day

National Job Shadow Day On Monday, February 3, 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…

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LPS Strategic Plan Survey

To the Lenox School Community The Lenox Public Schools Strategic Planning Subcommittee 2021-2025 has been working since August to prepare a survey for the full Lenox School Community as well as interested community members and business owners. There is a link to the survey here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfB4TKDI7tZtYlYzLuHGRyxoQftLa-jklsLtOihFO84h4JsLg/viewform?usp=pp_url We would also encourage…

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Soccer Update

The Western Mass Quarterfinal soccer game between Lenox boys and Hopkins Academy will be played on Sunday afternoon in Lenox at 1:00. The girls team, after the officials stopped the game at halftime due to ice on the field, have advanced to the next round with a 2-0 win. Congrats…

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Cold and Flu Season

As we enter the cold weather, and the holiday season, we also begin to see increase in illnesses. Colds and stomach illnesses have been fairly common this fall; however, we are just beginning to see an increase in lengthy illness, with students being diagnosed with bronchitis, pneumonia and croup, in…

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Parent/Teacher Conferences

Dear Parents/Guardians, Registration for Parent-Teacher conferences is now open. Conferences will take place on December 4, 2019 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm and Friday, December 6, 2019 from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.  To arrange a meeting with your child’s teachers please complete the following steps: Visit the Parent…

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Picture Retakes

Retakes will be Tuesday, Oct. 29, during lunches and study halls in the Duffin Lobby from 8:00-2:30.  Students who are getting retakes need to bring in their picture package and return it to G&B Photography.  If students are getting their picture/ID taken for the first time, bring in your order…

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Financial Aid Night

Financial Aid Night will take place on October 10 at 6pm in the Lee High School auditorium. Betsy Hobson and Candy DiCianno from Williams will present.  The program is being presented through MEFA, the Commonwealth’s resource on planning, saving and paying for college. Families will get an overview of the…

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