Fall Sports Sign Ups

Dear athletes and parents, I hope everyone is doing well while we are all home during this pandemic.  Like everyone, I too was very excited about our Spring Season and looked forward to adding more championships to this year’s total of 16.  Yes – I said 16.  Simply an amazing…

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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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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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Student Services COVID Update

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope you and your family are doing well during this unprecedented situation. Please know that we miss our students and hope everyone stays healthy. Although the buildings are physically closed, we are working hard to support your students’ learning and emotional needs. Your child’s liaison and /or…

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COVID-19 Update 3/16

03.16.20 This is Lenox Superintendent of Schools William Cameron. I am calling because we have received calls asking whether the Lenox Public Schools plans to remain closed at least until April 7, in conformity with Gov. Baker’s order. Please be advised that the Lenox Public Schools will indeed remain closed…

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Closing of Schools Due to COVID-19

I am writing to inform you that Morris Elementary School and Lenox Memorial Middle-High School will be closed for the next two weeks. The schools will be closed for instruction and all school-related activities and events starting this afternoon. The closure will continue at least through March 29. I am…

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Where can I curl in the Berkshires?  When was baseball integrated?  Why are there dimples on a golf ball? Find the answers to these questions and more in your school library! #spiritweek

Make Your Own Valentines in the Library

Stop by the library this Thursday and Friday to make your own valentine! We’ll supply the paper, scissors, and glue; you supply the love and affection.  Who would you make one for, you ask? May we humbly suggest: your mum, dad, gram, pop, next door neighbor, dog, cat, hamster, friend, shy kids who sits behind you in math class, or maybe a favorite teacher.


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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Strong Little Souls

The sixth grade students are donating over 270 children’s books to cancer patients across the United States through Strong Little Souls.  The students wrote inspirational messages in the books during ELA class and were able to put LMMHS stickers inside many of the books. Well Done!!

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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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Juried Art Exhibition

Congratulations to the LMMHS students whose artwork was selected for the Emerging Young Artists 2020 Juried Exhibition! This year, they received submissions from 276 students from which the juror, CVPA’s Dean Lawrence Jenkens, selected 79 works to be in the exhibition. Congratulations to Karla Calvo, BomBee Lahart and Ava Williams, whose artwork was selected…

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November is Picture Book Month!

“A book, being a physical object, engenders a certain respect that zipping electrons cannot. Because you cannot turn a book off, because you have to hold it in your hands, because a book sits there, waiting for you, whether you think you want it or not, because of all these things, a book is a friend. It’s not just the content, but the physical being of a book that is there for you always and unconditionally.”

Mo Willems

Picture books combine text and artwork to tell a multi-faceted story. They are some of the first books we read and help to teach literacy and visual literacy, making them perfect for readers of all ages!