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Lynnfield METCO Building Bridges Concert
The Building Bridges Program is a yearly event that is popular among students, faculty, administrators and the community. Our purpose is to increase exposure to African American culture and the African Diaspora. We bring in artists from other communities including Boston to perform in the areas of music and dance. Lynnfield student artists and musicians also present their artistic talents during the course of the evening.
Lynnfield METCO Helping Hands members are involved in the planning and execution of this project. This program works to bridge the Boston and Lynnfield communities through artistic expression. The communities will share their commonalities through these expressions and learn about the beauty inherent in both cultures.
Our keynote speaker will address preparations for a successful college life and issues related to isolation in students of color. Please join us as we celebrate national and international music, dance and culture related to the African American heritage.
CONTACT: Lelo C. Masamba, METCO Director (781) 334-5835 Ext. 1103 Email: email@example.com
More About Lynnfield Middle School
The Lynnfield Middle School, built in the early 2000s on a large campus off of Main Street, serves as the town's only public middle school. Its grounds feature several playing fields and tennis courts. The school contains a library media center and a computer lab. Students are provided traditional courses, such as social studies, language, math, physical education, art, music, foreign languages and computer technology. Lynnfield's mission is "to develop life-long learners and to stimulate the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical potential of every student."