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!
A meeting for parents/guardians of high school juniors and seniors about the upcoming Dual Enrollment program with University of the Sciences will be held at 6:00 p.m. on November 26 in the LGI at Harriton High School.
The high-flying Harlem Wizards put on quite a show during the fun-filled charity basketball game benefiting A Better Chance in Lower Merion, the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund (LMTSF) and LMHS Student Activities.
Cynwyd Elementary School families spent Saturday morning enjoying a delicious pancake breakfast and also feeding their minds at the annual Book Fair.
Jonathan Berman, a Lower Merion High School senior, recently traveled to Florida to deliver a check for $20,000 to the Diabetes Research Institute.