It was a rainy and dreary fall day, but that did not dampen the Halloween spirit in Lower Merion Ghoul District as students, faculty and staff participated in the annual Halloween festivities coming to school and work dressed as masked minions and monsters, superheroes and skeletons, witches and warlocks, and a litany of other creatively costumed characters. The elementary schools also held their annual Halloween Parades, which, unfortunately, were held indoors due to the inclement weather, but that did not stop students and staff from having a fun-filled day. Be sure to check out all of the slideshows below for snapshots from throughout the District!
Saturday, February 22 - Sunday, March 1 at the Main Line Art Center
African-American history is part of the year-long curriculum at all levels, but during February, teachers and students throughout the District will take time for deeper exploration and discussion on the topic.
Monday, March 30 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the Lower Merion High School cafeteria
Conference registration is open from 5:00 PM, Monday, February 24 through Friday, March 6.
Students, staff, family and friends recently gathered in the Cynwyd gymnasium to celebrate the rich cultural diversity that makes up the Owls' community.