Stakeholders are invited to participate in public forums and to answer a survey about what they want in a new superintendent.
Eight LMHS student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent as they made their official decisions on where they will continue their academic and athletic careers.
The new Sugar Maple tree will serve as a living memorial to all of the efforts that went into navigating the numerous intractable issues raised throughout the past year's COVID-19 pandemic.
The District was well-represented in this year's program as 285 students from Harriton, Lower Merion, Bala Cynwyd and Welsh Valley were recognized for their exemplary performances across all levels of the assessment.
Juniors Sean Li and Leo Solga spearheaded the project which led to the publication of Inspire: The Collection – an anthology of fictional works penned by LMHS students exploring the thoughts, hopes, dreams and fears of today's youth.
Supt. Copeland shares his recommendation and a timeline for transitioning students in to the new K-4 elementary/5-8 middle school model when the new middle school opens.