The Junior Olympics has been a part of Lower Merion School District's Elementary Physical Education program for more than 60 years. Each spring, the fifth-grade students participate in a track & field unit and, upon completion of that unit, take part in a fun-filled and competitive culminating event as students from all six elementary schools gather at Lower Merion High School's Arnold Field for a morning of track and field events, including the Tug-of-War, High Jump, Long Jump, 60 Yard Dash, the 4 x 100 Relay and more. To view a slideshow of pictures from this year's event, click on the image below!
This award celebrates teachers who promote gender equity in computing and encourage young women to explore their interest in technology.
Tuesday, August 28 - Thursday, August 30 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. at Harriton High School
No student parking will be available at the beginning of the school year.
August 28th at 4 pm
Representatives from Lower Merion, Harriton and Bala Cynwyd recently traveled to Detroit, Michigan to explore the need for global literacy and how it relates to poverty reduction through workshops, discussions, social activities and more.