Week of May 18th, 2018

IMPORTANT DATES FOR PARENTS OF LHS STUDENTS
LHS PTO NEWS & EVENTS
  LHS SCHOOL COUNCIL ELECTIONS- 2018-19   
  2018 All Night Graduation Party – Non-Senior & Senior Parents: WE NEED YOU
LHS NEWS & EVENTS
LHS Calendar Dates
  SENIOR PARENTS - Required Payment for Transcripts
  Seniors – Purchase Your 2018 All Night Graduation Party (ANGP) Tickets by May 23rd  
  Junior Parent/Guardian Coffee for International Families
  LHS Sports
  LHS Performing Arts
COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS
  LEF Spring Star
  Rubbish to Runway
  Community Service Opportunity for LHS Students
  Lexington Pops Chorus
  Lexington Symphony Presents: Community Music Festival & Music from the Movies
  LexHack4Good
  Multiple Pathways to Success: Tools for Self-Empowerment
  Discounted Black Earth Compost Pick-Up Service That Supports LHS PTO Too!
  Material Conservation in LHS Cafeteria!
LEXINGTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION
   Lexplorations Aide Applications
   SUMMER INTENSIVE SAT Prep
   INTENSIVE COLLEGE ESSAY WRITING
   Foundational Chemistry - For Rising Juniors
   Pilgrimage to Grandfather's War: A Recognition of the World War I Centennial
LHS PTO KEEPS YOU CONNECTED!

 
IMPORTANT DATES FOR PARENTS OF LHS STUDENTS
 
Saturday, May 19: Junior Prom
Monday, May 21: Senior Attendance Appeals Due
Monday, May 21: 6:30-8:30pm LHS Film FestivalWednesday, May 23: 7:00-10:00pm LHS Pops
Thursday, May 23: 7:00-10:00pm LHS Pops
Friday, May 24: 7:00-8:00pm National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Saturday, May 25: 6:00-8:00pm *Tentative* Senior METCO Dinner
Sunday, May 26: 7:30-9:00pm Regatta Bar Jazz Combo
Monday, May 28: Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
 
 
LHS PTO NEWS & EVENTS

LHS SCHOOL COUNCIL ELECTIONS- 2018-19

Thank you for voting for the 2 open seats on School Council and also to all 9 candidates for their participation. 
We are tabulating the votes and hope to announce the names of the 2 winning candidates next week. 
Contact - President@lhspto.org with any questions.

2018  All Night Graduation Party – Non-Senior & Senior Parents:
WE NEED YOU TO CARRY ON THIS LHS 32 YEAR TRADITION – PLEASE VOLUNTEER NOW!

8th – 11th Grade Parents ONLY: 
Party Chaperones:  LHS Field House
Signed up already? Call a friend or 3 and come as a Group or 1st Shift Volunteers, please consider working 2nd Shift too when party in full swing!

Sunday, June 3rd         9:30 – 12:30am:          8 Open Spots
Monday, June 4th       12:00 – 3:00am:          36 Open Spots URGENT NEED
                                   2:30 – 5:30am:            8 Open Spots

8th – 12th Grade Parents:  Urgent need for Decorators!
Set-up / Decorate:            
Friday, June 1st           6:00 -9:00pm:              8 Open Spots
Saturday, June 2nd        9:00am – Noon:         19 Open Spots
                                      Noon- 3:00pm:           14 Open Spots

To sign up for a volunteer shift or to bring food or drink (drop off at 3-4pm or 8-9pm Sunday, June 3rd) go to LexingtonANGP.weebly.com.  Questions about volunteering; contact Betsy Wilkinson at betsy@myemline.com

CLEAN UP - 12th Grade Parents ONLY:      ALL Senior Parents

 Monday, June 4th:            5:30am

LHS NEWS & EVENTS 

LHS Calendar Dates  
For up-to-date calendar information, please go to the LHS Calendar, http://lps.lexingtonma.org/Page/10 

You can also subscribe for the iCal feed which will automatically give you updates on your personal calendar when the LHS calendar is updated. Simply go to the link above and click on the green iCal button.  iCal works with most calendar programs, not just Apple products. 

Principal Stephens often utilizes Twitter (@LexingtonHSMa) to convey important announcements and some of the many great things that occur at LHS on a day-to-day basis. 

SENIOR PARENTS -- Required Payment for Transcripts 

Transcript fees must be paid before May 30.  
Pay online through May 23 OR
Bring a check ("Town of Lexington") to Room 152. 

Cap & Gown distribution will be delayed for seniors who owe this fee. 
Contact Jane Aronson with questions (jaronson@lexingtonma.org). 

Jane Waldman Aronson
Lexington High School, Registrar's Office
251 Waltham Street, Room 152
Lexington, MA  02421
(781) 861-2320  x69127 

Seniors – Purchase Your 2018 All Night Graduation Party (ANGP) Tickets by May 23rd  

Purchase your ticket by Wednesday, May 23rd to receive the discounted price of $35 and pick your ANGP T-Shirt Size.  
NOTE:  Ticket price jumps to $40 after Wednesday.  LHS’s 32nd All Night Graduation Party will be held at the LHS Field House on the night of graduation (10pm Sunday, June 3rd - 5am Monday, June 4th).  Don’t miss this one last opportunity to celebrate with your senior classmates!  Order now and pick up your Ticket and Tee Shirt next week at the Senior Barbecue (Wednesday, May 30th).

Two order options are available - online (preferred) at LexingtonANGP.weebly.com or download the paper form from link (or complete the paper form on your invitation) and drop it in the box in the Main Office - checks payable to Lexington Schools Celebration Committee.  Tickets will NOT be sold at the door.  Scholarships are available – please speak with your Dean.  Every year 85% – 90% of each graduation class attends this wonderful LHS tradition.  See you there! 

Donations!  The ANGP Ticket price does not cover party costs.  We are currently only at 40% of our Fundraising Goal.   Please consider making a $ donation or sign up to bring food or drink at LexingtonANGP.weebly.com.
 
Junior Parent/Guardian Coffee for International Families
When: Tuesday, May 22 at 9:30am 

Are you the parent or guardian of a current 11th grader?
Are you new to the country or unfamiliar with the US education system?
Do you wonder about the role of school counselors and social workers?
You are invited to attend the Junior Parent/Guardian Coffee for International Families on Tuesday, May 22 at 9:30-10:30am in the Lexington High School Library Media Center. There will be a short presentation on the role of counselors and social workers, a brief overview of the college process, and time to meet the Counseling Department and ask questions. Please RSVP HERE if you’d like to attend. Questions? Please email June Im at jim@lexingtonma.org. We look forward to seeing you! 

Thank you!
June Im
School Counselor
Arts & Humanities Building | Room 156L
Lexington High School
(781) 861-2320 ext. 69533

LHS Sports

Home Games/Meets (May 18 - May 26)  

Friday, May 18
3:45pm GIRLS Varsity Tennis vs Reading Memorial High School
4:00pm GIRLS Freshman Lacrosse vs Reading Memorial High School
4:00pm BOYS Junior Varsity Lacrosse vs Reading Memorial High School
4:00pm BOYS Varsity Lacrosse vs Reading Memorial High School 

Saturday, May 19
9:00am GIRLS Junior Varsity Softball vs Somerville High School
9:00am GIRLS Varsity Softball vs Somerville High School 

Monday, May 21
4:00pm GIRLS Varsity Lacrosse vs Danvers High School
4:00pm GIRLS Varsity Tennis vs Andover High School
4:00pm BOYS Varsity Lacrosse vs Concord Carlisle High School
4:00pm BOYS Junior Varsity Lacrosse vs Concord Carlisle High School 

Tuesday, May 22
4:00pm GIRLS Varsity Lacrosse vs Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School
4:00pm BOYS Varsity Ultimate Frisbee vs Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School
4:00pm BOYS Junior Varsity Ultimate Frisbee vs Lincoln Sudbury Regional High School
5:15pm GIRLS Junior Varsity Lacrosse vs Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School 

Wednesday, May 23
4:00pm GIRLS Junior Varsity Softball vs Andover High School
6:45pm GIRLS Varsity Softball vs Andover High School 

Thursday, May 24
4:00pm BOYS Varsity Ultimate Frisbee vs Arlington High School
4:00pm BOYS Junior Varsity Ultimate Frisbee vs Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
5:30pm BOYS Junior Varsity Lacrosse vs Waltham High School
7:00pm BOYS Varsity Lacrosse vs Waltham High School 

**For dates and times of away athletics games/meets, please go to: http://lexingtonhighschoolma.bigteams.com

LHS Performing Arts 

Lexington High School Pops Concerts
Dates: Wednesday, May 23 and Thursday, May 24, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Ralph Lord Gymnasium, Lexington High School, 251 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA 02421
Tickets: $10

Celebrate spring at the Lexington High School Pops Concerts! This end-of-the-year music celebration will feature performances by the school’s award-winning ensembles.  Wednesday’s program will include the Combined Chorus, Concert Choir, LHS Chorale, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Repertoire Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra.  On Thursday, the Combined Chorus, Women’s Chorus, Madrigal Singers, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, and Chamber Orchestra will perform.  

Wind Ensemble will perform "Shine" by Julie Giroux, a piece that they performed at The President's Cup Festival in Washington, D.C. earlier this year.  The program will include "Jurassic Park: Soundtrack Highlights" by John Williams, arranged by Paul Lavendar, and "Blue Shades", a jazz-inspired piece by Frank Ticheli. On Thursday night they will close with "Stars and Stripes Forever". 

Concert Band will perform a medley of famous classical melodies in a piece called “What’s up at the Symphony”. They will also be performing “St. Louis Blues” with improvised jazz solos as well as music from the movie “The Incredibles.”

Symphonic Band will premiere excerpts from co-director Pat Donaher’s new piece Milonga Mayoridad, a tango for young bands.  

Chamber orchestra will be premiering a new work by Michael Tu (LHS, '18) and an excerpt from Leonard Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from “West Side Story.” On Wednesday they will close the evening with Stars and Stripes forever and on Thursday they are joined by 2017-18 LHS Concerto Competition winners Richard Zhou and Benjamin Choi who will perform a movement from the Krommer Double Clarinet Concerto.

Repertoire orchestra will open with the theme from “Game of Thrones”, followed by a rousing fiddle tune - “Red Haired Boy.” They will finish with Michael Jackson's “Thriller.”

Contact Information: Performing Arts Coordinator Ida Pappas, 781-861-2320, ext. 69252; ipappas@lexingtonma.org 

Lexington High School Jazz Combo at the Regattabar

Dates: Monday, May 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Place: Regattabar Jazz Club at the Charles Hotel, Harvard Square, 1 Bennett Street, Cambridge
Tickets: Free to the public 

Enjoy an evening of live music with the Lexington High School Jazz Combo at the Regattabar Jazz Club at the Charles Hotel on May 28th at 7:30 p.m.  This performance marks the final concert of the year for this award-winning ensemble led by Pat Donaher. The group will perform student original compositions, along with music from the leading lights of jazz today.  

Contact Information: LHS Jazz Director Pat Donaher, pdonaher@lexingtonma.org 

Swing Night
Dates: Friday, June 1, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m. (dance lesson from 7:00 p.m. until 7:45 p.m.)
Place: Fiske Elementary School Gymnasium, 55 Adams Street, Lexington, MA 02420
Tickets: $10 adults, $5 students and senior citizens

Swing Night 2018, once again, will be an evening celebrating the classic American sounds of big band and swing, featuring three hours of live music and dancing.  The LHS Big Band, Jazz Ensemble, and special guest, The Beantown Swing Orchestra, take to the stage on June 1st in the Fiske Gym at 7:00pm. Don’t know how to dance? The evening kicks off with a lesson from the Lindy Jive Bombers from 7:00-7:45.  A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Pura Vida Project, a student-run nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and young families throughout Central America.

Contact Information: Jazz Director Pat Donaher, pdonaher@lexingtonma.org


COMMUNITY NEWS & EVENTS  

LEF Spring Star

Just a few more weeks of school left! Don’t forget to thank those special people at school who have done so much to make your child’s year a success. A STAR Award from LEF (Lexington Education Foundation) is a perfect way to show your appreciation. For a contribution of $30 or more, (or $60+ for a teaching team), a personalized STAR certificate will be delivered to any current or former teacher/staff member at any Lexington public school. Not only is this a truly meaningful gift, but proceeds go right back to your child’s education through LEF grants.

If you have a graduating senior, they can send a Senior STAR themselves for a discounted price of $20.

Don’t delay—order today at www.LexEdFoundation.org/STAR!

Rubbish to Runway

Date and Time: Friday, May 18, 7:30 p.m.
Place: Clarke Middle School Auditorium, 17 Stedman Road, Lexington, MA
Tickets: $10 at the door

Clarke Middle school student designers have been working to create wearable art using what people would normally consider trash. These gorgeous designs will be walking the runway to raise money for the charity Long Way Home, an organization that builds schools in poor communities around the world - currently in Guatemala. 

“I love that Clarke students are helping children in other communities go to school AND they are recycling materials in an effort to gain more awareness of being green. This is a project where everybody wins!” 
                                                                                                                     - Alyson Brown, Director

For more information, please visit  www.ClarkeDrama.com.
Contact Information:  Alyson Brown, drama teacher, Lexington Public Schools, abrown@lexingtonma.org

Community Service Opportunity for LHS Students  

Community Nursery School is looking for High School Students interested in earning COMMUNITY SERVICE CREDIT this summer.  It is a fun and joyful way to earn your Community Service hours!

The Summer CNS Program is for preschool-age children and runs for seven weeks from June 25 - August 9. Volunteer intern hours are 8:30am-1:15pm, Monday through Thursday. Interns must commit to a minimum of one full week.  If you are interested, please contact our Community Coordinator, Stacy Chandler at schandler@cnslex.org or call 781-862-0741.

Lexington Pops Chorus - “Glorious Spring”

Lexington Pops Chorus presents “Glorious Spring” on Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 PM. This concert includes Vivaldi’s Gloria with orchestral accompaniment, Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, This Day, The World of Our Dreams, We Rise Again, selections from Once on This Island, and much more. Performances will be held at Hancock United Church of Christ, 1912 Mass. Ave., Lexington. Tickets are $20 for adults and $5 for children under 13. For more information and to order tickets go to www.lexingtonpopschorus.org. Come and support local music!

Lexington Symphony Presents: Community Music Festival & Music from the Movies

A fun, family-friendly celebration of cultural diversity and exceptional music!
Saturday, May 19th, 2018, Cary Hall, 1605 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington

Community Music Festival
2:00 - 5:00pm

FREE family event featuring a diverse lineup of local performers throughout the afternoon & instrument petting zoo for kids!

Scheduled performances include: Boston Guzheng Ensemble (Chinese zithers), Eastern Rhythm Indian Dance Troupe, Real School of Music, Peter & the Wolf Lexington Symphony Quintet, Great Meadows Orchestra, Yamaha Music School Student Composers & Players and more!!

Music from the Movies: Broadway Goes to the Movies!
7:30pm

From the stage to the big screen, enjoy selections from legendary Tony award winners Richard Rodgers and Leonard Bernstein, as well as highlights from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and many more! Featuring a special guest appearance by New World Chorale. 

Featuring Highlights from:
Andrew Lloyd Webber - Jesus Christ Superstar
Richard Rogers - The King and I
Frederick Loewe - My Fair Lady
Richard Rogers - Oklahoma
Mitch Leigh - Man of La Mancha
Leonard Bernstein - West Side Story
Howard Shore - Lord of the Rings
Claude-Michel Schönberg - Les Miserables
Andrew Lloyd Webber - Phantom of the Opera 

LexHack4Good
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018
Time: 9am-3pm
Location: Lexington Discovery Day

Free, fun, coding event on Discovery Day for kids. Help the community, town, country, or globally. Sponsored by Penguin Code and LHS volunteers. Info and registration links on website lexhack4good.org 

Design and code a website that helps the community, town, country or world. (e.g website about recycling, cancer research, animal adoption, endangered species ) Use your tech skills to make the world a better place!

Form a team with 2-4 people and complete the web project during the 6 hour period.

Prize: $200 donated to non-profit; website registration fees paid; LHS students eligible for community service credit 

Earn community service hours!
REGISTER HERE 

LexHack4Good Workshop
Don’t know how to code? No Problem!
Come learn the basics of HTML/Javascript that will allow you to create a basic website and service by the end of the session.
Friday, May 25th
Hancock United Church, 1912 Massachusetts Avenue
5pm-9pm (pizza dinner)
Sign Up Here (space limited)  

Multiple Pathways to Success: Tools for Self-Empowerment
Saturday, June 9th from 2 pm to 5 pm @ Diamond Middle School  

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
Getting ready for the path beyond high school does not have to be an intimidating process.  If you are a 7th/8th grader, a high school student, or a parent of students in this age range, then this workshop is for you!  

In this 3rd Annual workshop, you will listen to a dynamic panel of speakers, followed by a brief Q/A.  You will then participate in small group discussions facilitated by a diverse and experienced group of individuals that are either educators or have successfully chosen a college and career that they are passionate about.  Walk away with a feeling of empowerment as you begin to chart YOUR roadmap to success!  

This event is organized in partnership with Lexington High School, LYFS: Sponsor of Sources of Strength, CAAL, JPLex, and Temple Isaiah Mental Health Committee.  

Discounted Black Earth Compost Pick-Up Service That Supports LHS PTO Too!   

Mention referral code “LHS PTO” when you sign up for home pick-up from Black Earth Compost (www.blackearthcompost.com/lexington) – you will receive $10 off of your first bill and LHS PTO will receive a $10 donation. Currently the program costs $99 for 6 months but once 300 households enroll (which is expected by mid-year), the price will drop in half to $49. The price also includes a bag (1 cubic foot) of finished compost for your yard/garden delivered in the spring.   

Trash in Lexington is incinerated -- yuck. Composting recycles nutrients back to the soil for use by local farmers and gardeners. Black Earth takes many things that aren’t appropriate for a backyard bin (bones, large pizza boxes, certain types of compostable "plastics,” to name a few). In the coming weeks, DPW of Lexington is giving out 300 free13-gallon compost toter for the households who hire compost pickup services.

As residents show strong support for composting, we are sending an important message to the Town to begin offering curbside compost pick-up as part of the overall waste management plan. To further help the environment, Black Earth also plans to switch to using electric trucks powered by solar energy within the next 2-3 years.
Please share this post with your friends and neighbors throughout the Boston Metro area so that they can participate in this deal/fundraiser as well!   

Material Conservation in LHS Cafeteria!

Ever feel wrong that the waste in the cafeteria goes to the incinerator in North Andover? Do you know that Massachusetts is running out of landfills (where the ashes from incinerator will end up)? LHS kitchen staff has been composting food scraps for the past two years, Are LHS students up to the challenge of being a "good sort" who sorts out compostable materials?    

LPS Green Teams needs you! We are recruiting student clubs and volunteers to help establish material conservation effort in the cafeteria. It will include making a fun video of the whys and hows, brainstorm the logistics of the setup and signage, scheduling volunteers. Hours will be counted for Community Service. 
It takes a village to make the change, but once the change happens, it'll only take seconds to do the right thing. Let's make it happen!    

Contact us: lpsgreenteams@gmail.com  


LEXINGTON COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Lexplorations Aide Applications 

Lexplorations Aide Applications are now available online at www.lexingtoncommunityed.org 

Current Lexington High School Students may earn COMMUNITY SERVICE CREDIT this summer as  aides in the summer Lexplorations program.   The program runs for five weeks from July 2nd - August 3rd.  The hours are 9am to 3pm. Volunteers must commit to a minimum of one full week.  

The majority of classes will be held at the Estabrook Elementary School.   We especially need aides at the Estabrook School location.  Opportunities at Lexington High School are extremely limited. 

Interested students can pick up an application outside the Lexington Community Education office,  Room 142 at Lexington High School or download the application from our website:  www.lexingtoncommunityed.org.  Please note that the application is two pages.

SUMMER INTENSIVE SAT Prep 

Pre-registration required for all classes, using a MasterCard or VISA, by contacting Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043.

INTENSIVE SAT PREP

Prepare for the SAT Exams by reviewing the critical components of the test.  Classes will meet at Lexington High School. 

Pre-registration required, using a MasterCard or VISA, by contacting Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043. 

Required text:  The Official SAT Study Guide, published by the College Board in 2016. 

SAT Writing and Language + Essay - Instructor, Karen Mechem

        - meets 4 times
        - beginning July 2 and meeting July 2, 3, 5, 6
        - from 9:00am-12:00pm
        - $200
         - Required text:  The Official SAT Study Guide, published by the College Board  

SAT Reading - Instructor, Karen Mechem
        - meets 5 times
        - beginning July 9 and meeting July 9, 10, 11, 12, 13
        - from 9:00-11:30am
        - $200
        - Required text:  The Official SAT Study Guide, published by the College Board  

SAT Math - Instructor, Chris Doucette
        - meets 5 times
        - beginning July 23  and meeting July 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
        - from 9:00-11:30am
        - $200
        - Required text:  Barron's New SAT, 29th Edition 

INTENSIVE COLLEGE ESSAY WRITING - Pre-registration required for all classes, using a MasterCard or VISA, by contacting Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043. 

Calling all rising seniors! Don’t wait until fall college application deadlines approach and wonder what to create for your personal statement/essay!  Be prepared by spending only one week (half days) this summer learning the do's and dont’s of the essay.  You will receive help on all aspects of the essay from coming up with a topic to actually completing the essay. Join fellow rising seniors as popular College Application Essay Coach, Mindy Pollack-Fusi, teaches you insider tips and a foolproof technique on how to choose your essay topic. From there, you will draft your essay and receive feedback. You will work on polishing your essay and by the close of the week, you will have a completed essay that is concise yet creative and lively. This class will help you breakthrough your fear and frustration, guide you to the finish, and help you relax this fall when your essay is done! 

Course sections are identical: 
July 23 - July 27 from 10:00am - 1:00pm at Lexington High School
Class Meets 5 times
Class size limited to six
$500

OR 

August 6 - 10      from 10:00am - 1:00pm at Lexington High School
Class Meets 5 times
Class size limited to six
$500 

Foundational Chemistry - For Rising Juniors 

Instructor:  Michael Horesh, LHS Chemistry and Earth Science Teacher  
Pre-registration using a Lexplorations registration form is required.  The form can be downloaded on our website:  www.lexingtoncommunityed.org 

This course is designed to assist high school Juniors entering all levels of chemistry with applying mathematical principles in the context of chemistry, and to equip them with skills and strategies to avoid common pitfalls. We will foster a strong foundation in applied algebra and principles of chemistry, as well as strong inquiry and problem-solving skills within the context of scientific understanding. Topics will include dimensional analysis, atomic structure, periodic trends, chemical bonding, formula writing and chemical naming, chemical equilibria, and stoichiometry. Classes include daily laboratory activities to complement instruction, techniques for data collection and analysis, and problem-solving activities based on experimental data. 

July 16-July 20 from 9:00am - 3:00pm at Lexington High School $295 

FOR PARENTS: 

Pilgrimage to Grandfather's War: A Recgonition of the World War I Centennial

With Carolyn Kingston and Toni Tasker

Carolyn Kingston and Toni Tasker will guide you as they take two compelling and very different paths of discovery about each of their grandfathers’ lives in the First World War.

For Carolyn the journey began with a book that her mother, Polly Cole, wrote about the life of Marine Major Edward B. Cole.  Major Cole was a hero, mortally wounded at Belleau Wood, a key engagement of World War I. He was the first individual from WWI to have a Navy war ship named after him.

Toni’s journey began with family lore of a “French farm family” who nursed Army Private Calvin Southwick back to health when he fell ill with the Spanish flu during the war. Who was that young child in the photograph her grandfather had on his dresser?  Where was that family today?

Join Carolyn and Toni to learn how the Internet opened doors for them to help them discover the to the people, records and documents that answered many questions.

This event will be held on Tuesday, June 5 at 7:00pm at the Lexington Depot.  The cost of the event is $10.00.  Pre-registration is strongly recommended by contacting Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043.


LHS PTO KEEPS YOU CONNECTED! 
 
* Looking for an announcement you saw last week? Recent Weekly Announcements are posted at the LHS PTO website: https://www.lhspto.org/
* The LHS PTO Facebook page will keep you up to date about all things PTO. Like us @ https://www.facebook.com/ptolexingtonhighschool/
* LHS PTO also uses Twitter. Our handle is @ptoLHS - https://twitter.com/PTOLHS