Students in grades K-6 recently had the opportunity to give their costumes a test run at the buildOn Halloween Party at Bala Cynwyd Middle School as dozens of high school volunteers organized an assortment of fun-filled (and spooky) activities for those in attendance, including arts & crafts, game and sports stations, face painting, lots of prizes and more! All proceeds from the event will benefit the Lower Merion High School buildOn Trek Program as a team of students work to raise $100,000 to construct a school with a community-in-need in Nepal later this Spring. To view a slideshow of pictures from the event, click on the image below!
On April 4 at Harriton High School, skip class and join members of the Harriton and Lower Merion SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality) organizations for a full day of Wisdom, Opportunity, Knowledge & Empowerment!
The artwork is inspired by visiting artist and Cynwyd alumnae Rebecca Rutstein's study of carbon cycling and the origins of life on the deep ocean floor
Out of more than 340,000 participating students nationwide, six LMSD students were selected by a panel of creative professionals as among the most talented artists in the country with only 1% of entries earning national recognition.
Powell will travel to Harrisburg at the end of month to compete against other top students from across Pennsylvania in the National Geographic GeoBee State Competition.