- LMSD Announcements
Friday, May 24-Monday, May 28, 2018
Friday, May 24-Monday, May 28, 2018
This marks Harriton's 25th consecutive top-ten finish and third top-three finish at Nationals in as many years – the latter being a feat unmatched by any other team in the country.
The Aces wrapped up one of the best seasons in school history with a 15th place finish overall at Nationals and was awarded the Dupont Team Enterprise Award, which recognizes a breakthrough performance by a high school team.
Harriton and Lower Merion were well-represented in this year's program as 145 students were recognized for their exemplary performance - including three perfect scores - across all levels of the exam.
The Welsh Valley Middle School Jazz Band, under the direction of Mr. Gregg Eskin, delighted lunchtime crowds at the Reading Terminal Market in Center City on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.
Students recently had the opportunity to learn about the interconnectedness of mathematics and the arts in Murphy's interdisciplinary activity entitled, "Fluid Geometry."
The Knights recently enjoyed a fun-filled field trip as they watched the Philadelphia Phillies take on the San Francisco Giants and learned about weather from NBC10's First Weather Alert Team.
Welsh Valley's new nature trail featuring 14 native trees recently helped Lower Merion Township win a "Tree City, USA" Growth Award, which recognizes higher levels of tree care and highlights innovative programs, projects and increased commitment of resources for urban forestry.
The Bulldogs recently hosted their annual French Festival under the umbrella of the District's Foreign Language in the Elementary School (FLES) program.
The Aces recently celebrated their world-class arts education programming with an exhibition of student-created artwork and the Spring Concert as hundreds of classmates, parents and community members gathered to support the event.
Didinger recently spoke to the team about the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, along with the essentials of football teamwork and leadership, as reported by PA Prep Live.
National Merit Scholarship winners are the finalists in each state judged to have the strongest combination of accomplishments, skills, and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
Seven BCMS students were recently celebrated for their work in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and Amplifier.org's #MyClimateHero campaign.
The Penn Wynne fifth grade class, along with teachers and parent volunteers, recently gathered for a community service project as students spent the day cleaning and beautifying Wynnewood Valley Park.
This annual event serves as an opportunity for the District's English Language Learners and their families - who speak 29 different languages - to meet ELD teachers, learn about the community, discuss shared experiences and celebrate cultural diversity.
Friday, May 11, 2018
The Rams recently celebrated their world-class arts education programming with an exhibition of student-created artwork and the Spring Concert as hundreds of classmates, parents and community members came out to support the event.
Students put their Spanish-speaking skills to the test during El Mercado - a fun-filled and educational event organized as part of the District's Foreign Language in Elementary School (FLES) program.
Registration is now open for new families interested in childcare before or after school at LMSD elementary schools. Registration information is available on the Right At School website.
Lower Merion High School's student-run theatre company recently presented their spring production - Federico García Lorca's "Yerma - in a series of sold out shows during its three-day run.
For more than 60 years, the District's six elementary schools have gathered to compete in a fun-filled and competitive day of track & field events as part of the Physical Education curriculum.
This interdisciplinary endeavor promoted collaboration between the arts and sciences through the creation, design and launch of mobile applications.
The LMHS Entrepreneurship courses employ active learning strategies to provide students practical experience in applying their knowledge in the context of real life business scenarios.
Organized by LMHS-SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality), the conference focused on expanding students' awareness of social injustices, differences and privilege, and inspiring them to act to make the world a better place.
Students, staff and families recently gathered to celebrate the rich cultural diversity that makes up the Gladwyne community.