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Over the course of two days, all LMSD students participated in the Hour of Code in an effort to help demystify and spark a passion for the world of computer science.
The Morning Meeting is one element of LMSD's Responsive Classroom Practices, combining academic and social-emotional competencies to create a respectful, cohesive community of learners.
Third graders recently participated in a fun-filled and educational two-day science camp exploring a variety of STEM concepts.
1/26 session reschedule for 2/2 because of weather
January 13th, 9:30 am at Harriton and January 26th, 7 pm at LMHS
Click here to access this year's brochure
Online learning tool for students in grades 1-5
Important information regarding the schedule of classes, bus orientation, starting and ending times, and attendance on early dismissal days.
The Morning Meeting is one element of the district’s Responsive Classroom Practices, combining academic and social-emotional competencies to create a respectful, cohesive classroom community of learners.
More than 300 families from the six elementary schools explored a variety of interactive and hands-on math games and activities at this fun-filled annual event.
Halloween images from around the District.
LMSD is taking Science, Math, Technology & Engineering (STEM) teaching and learning to the next level through participation in Arcadia University's STEM Education graduate program.
During their recent autumnal expedition, kindergarteners participated in a variety of fun and educational activities while exploring the natural world.
This annual event serves as an opportunity for families to meet ESL teachers, learn about the District, socialize and discuss their shared experiences.
Kindergarteners celebrated the butterfly's migration while learning authentic lessons of ambassadorship, conservation and international cooperation.
This program helps students gain an appreciation of the arts across a wide cross-selection of peoples and cultures while encouraging students to “look, listen, feel and interact” with art.
Established as one of Pennsylvania's first public school districts in 1834, LMSD, located in Philadelphia's historic Main Line suburbs, enjoys a rich tradition of achievement, innovation and community partnership and a longstanding reputation as one of the finest school systems in the United States.