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The HSA recently organized the annual Family Fun Night fundraiser as students, staff, family and friends came out in droves to enjoy the near perfect weather and a fun-filled evening.
Kindergarteners made their spring pilgrammage to the Riverbend Environmental Education Center as part of the community-based learning program, Project CHANGE.
Students learned about the programming language Python as part of the District's integration of instructional technology at the elementary level.
Planning process set to begin, community members invited to participate
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LMSD's youngest students celebrated the end of another year of Project CHANGE releasing butterflies in to the wild, along with a host of other green-related activities.
Penn Wynne fourth graders recently took to the stage in a performance for fellow students, faculty, friends and family in their first-ever Spring Concert.
Students performed Once Upon a Lily Pad, a musical tale about a group of young frogs trying to find their place in the pond.
The Penn Wynne Singers took to the stage in a pair of performances under the direction of music teacher Barbara Humes.
The NAMM Foundation selected LMSD as one of only 376 communities throughout the country who have "set the bar in offering students access to comprehensive music education."
The award-winning musical program made its triumphant return to the stage at LMHS in a series of sold out performances for hundreds of elementary school students.
The auditorium was filled to capacity with parents as the six second grade classes presented their research on famous Americans.
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.