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Cynwyd Art Show celebrates "Art Through the Ages"
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Hundreds of pieces were on display highlighting the creativity and talent of Cynwyd's young artists across a variety of mediums, including drawing, painting, mixed media, ceramics and more!

Update on Wolk litigation
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On Monday, April 8, 2019, attorneys representing the Lower Merion School District filed a supplemental brief in the District's appeal of Judge Smyth's decision in the case brought by attorney Arthur Wolk and his clients against the District.

Harriton Student Earns Perfect Score on AP Exam
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Congratulations to Harriton High School Junior Amelie Lemay, who earned a perfect score on the AP U.S. Government and Politics Exam that she took as a sophomore last year.

Jazz and Friends Book Reading and Discussion
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Educators, families, community members and allies are invited to show their support for transgender and non-binary youth by participating in an evening of book readings and discussions.

Mindfulness Series for Grade 3-5 Families
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Families with children in grades three through five who want to learn more about Mindfulness are invited to participate in a series of workshops at Cynwyd Elementary School. The workshops will be held on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30 p.m. from April 25 through May 30.

LMHS Lacrosse Teams Raise Funds for KSF
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Members of the Lower Merion High School Girls and Boys Lacrosse teams held a pizza dinner to raise money for this year's KSF Lacrosse Festival.

Students Learn About Empowerment at Conference
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Nearly 200 students from Lower Merion and Harriton high schools spent Thursday, April 4, 2019, learning from each other how to use their voices to bring about change and understanding at the WOKE conference at Harriton High School.

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Lower Merion School District is beginning implementation of recommendations that grew out of the work of the School Safety Task Force and that were approved by the Lower Merion Board of School Directors in February.