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Friday, December 15
Friday, December 15
The Empty Bowls Project is a global grassroots initiative with a three-fold mission: "to raise as much money as possible to feed the world's hungry people; to increase awareness of hunger and related issues; and to advocate for arts education."
Looking for a meaningful way to acknowledge your child's teacher at the holidays? A great option is to give an LMTSF Recognition card in his/her name.
This distinction is awarded to districts that achieved increases in access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students and maintained or improved the rate at which students earned scores of 3 or higher.
After three weeks of intense competition, Mr. Seitz's first grade class ultimately outperformed 1,184 other classrooms throughout the United States to win the Northeast Region K-2 Division in this year's contest.
Tecco was recently featured as a nominee in the show's "Holiday Wish List" contest for her exceptional efforts - and results - with one of her students.
The Lower Merion Board of School Directors elected new leadership during its annual reorganization meeting on Monday, December 4
Applications due by January 12
Velásquez recently visited Bala Cynwyd to share her harrowing story of hope and survival as she fled horrific violence and poverty in Guatemala and headed out alone at the age of 14 for the United States in search of a better life.
The Rams recently participated in their annual Day of Service as more than 1,300 students and staff members rallied together to volunteer their time and provide service throughout the area.
Series continues with "Toward Positive Body Image for Your Child" program on Wednesday, January 10 at 7:00 p.m. at Merion Elementary School
From design challenges and MakerSpace projects to coding and robotics, students and teachers are working together to build creative, innovative learning experiences in LMSD.
The Rams and Aces traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina as they enjoyed various engineering-related workshops, toured North Carolina A&T University, attended a college and career fair, and competed in the Ten80 STEM Race engineering initiative.
The Dragons ultimately assembled upwards of 300 meal kits and collected more than $600 in gift cards for local families-in-need ahead of the holiday weekend.