Monday, June 10, 2013
Lynnfield Middle School students visited Rep. Brad Jones and Sen. Tom McGee at State House recently.
House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones, Jr. (R-North Reading) and Senator Thomas McGee (D-Lynn) were pleased to welcome students from the Lynnfield Middle School to the State House. Representative Jones and Senator McGee were on hand to greet and take a picture with the students during their annual trip to Beacon Hill.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Lynnfield Middle School singers mark 15th year under director Stephen Bloom.
The Lynnfield Middle School Pioneer Singers were at Gillette Stadium last Saturday, May 11, to perform the National Anthem before the New England Revolution played against the New York Red Bulls. This year the singers are marking their 15th year with Director Stephen Bloom.
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Congratulations to these students from grades 6, 7 and 8.
HIGH HONORS FOR GRADE 8 THIRD QUARTER Lila Alaka Natalie Albanese Rebecca Albanese Sarah Al-Mayahi Brian Basilesco Katelyn Boehner Kristen Boehner Caroline Buckley Michael Carangelo Danielle Colucci Allison Culbert Joseph F. Distefano Rachel DiTullio Michael Federico Isabella Floramo Christina Irrera William Klotzbier Emily LaRovere Allison Morin Arthur Paleologos Elizabeth Reed Michael Vinci Matthew Welch Ellen Welter Nickolas Zhang HONORS FOR GRADE 8 THIRD QUARTER Jessica Badger Olivia Berardino Brendan Bey Andrew Bunar Nicole Casaletto Alicia Ciriello Natasha Desir Abigail Dickey Danielle Douglas Ryan Dreher Conor Farrell Ava Figucia Jaylin Grabau Kathleen Hamm Isabelle Herook Justin Janice …
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Concert last weekend at Lowell High School drew more than 900 Massachusetts students.
Three Lynnfield students were selected to perform in this year’s Massachusetts Music Educators' Association Northeastern District Junior Festival. The students auditioned with over 900 students from more than ninety public and private schools in northeastern Massachusetts. Their concert was held on Saturday, March 23rd at Lowell High School. L to R: Janna Sokolow, Frederick Plante and Ally Peters performed in the District Festival choruses.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Sports Legacy Institute Community Educators (SLICE) presentation is geared towards youth in grades 4 to 12.
Wednesday, March 20
The following was provided by the Lynnfield Health and Wellness Committee: The Lynnfield Health and Wellness Committee is pleased to sponsor an important concussion education program, SLICE (Sports Legacy Institute Community Educators) for youth in grades 4-12, parents, coaches and interested community members on Wednesday, March 20th at 7 p.m. The program will be held at the Lynnfield Middle School auditorium. This fun, interactive program will be presented by medical students from Boston University School of Medicine who are part of the Sports Legacy Institute Community Educators (SLICE). A former Boston University women’s lacrosse player who was forced to stop playing due to repeated concussions will be joining us as well to share her…
Friday, March 8, 2013
Arora and spelling bee runner up Quinn Adams to represent LMS at the Daily Item's regional spelling bee next Friday.
Lynnfield Middle School sixth grader Neil Arora was the winner of the school's annual spelling bee. Lynnfield Middle School teacher Gail Piccinni served as the bee's coordinator on Thursday, February 14, 2013. The runner-up was another sixth grader, Quinn Adams. Both Neil and Quinn competed with fellow students in grades five through eight. Neil will represent Lynnfield Middle School at the Regional Spelling Bee sponsored by The Lynn Daily Item on Friday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Breed Middle School in Lynn.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Lynnfield Middle School singers set for visit to Baltimore/Washington area later this spring.
The following was provided by the Lynnfield Middle School Pioneer Singers: The Lynnfield Middle School Pioneer Singers will host a fundraising night for their upcoming Baltimore/Washington concert tour at 99 Restaurant in Lynnfield on Monday, March 11. You can help send the Pioneer Singers on their tour simply by enjoying a good meal with your family. From 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., patrons who purchase food at the 99 using a special coupon will have 15% of their check donated to the Pioneer Singers. Patrons may enjoy their food in the restaurant or to go. The Ninety-Nine Restaurant is located at 317 Salem Street in Lynnfield. The 99’s menu includes burgers, steaks, seafood, appetizers, salads and gluten-free selections. Fundraiser …
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Interactive history presentation to teach LMS students about the Revolutionary War.
Wednesday, February 27
The following was provided by The Freedom Trail Foundation: “Lobsterbacks, go home! Lobsterbacks, go home!” chants will be heard from down the hall as Lynnfield Middle School fifth grade students take on roles during their Freedom Trail® Foundation Scholars program on Thursday, February 28 at 9:35 a.m., 11:45 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at 505 Main Street. Presented by the Massachusetts Teachers Association in partnership with the Freedom Trail Foundation, this interactive history program helps educate school children in and around Boston and throughout Massachusetts. The Freedom Trail Scholars program takes our nation’s history and fight for freedom to the classroom and has impacted the lives of over 13,000 students. The program provides a one-…
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
LMS singers made their seventh appearance last week at historic Boston landmark.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
The Lynnfield Middle School Pioneer Singers returned to Boston's historic King's Chapel for a holiday performance on Tuesday, December 11th . The concert marked the group’s seventh appearance at the historic venue.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Community donations are welcome for the annual LMS gift drive to help local families in need.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The following is an announcement from Lynnfield Middle School: For the seventh year, The Lynnfield Middle School community will be supplying holiday gifts to approximately 20 “very needy” families in the local area. Children and their special holiday wishes are the main focus of these families. Gift drive coordinators receive a list of family needs and wishes from Department of Children and Families (DCF). Classrooms and/or grade level teams are assigned their “own” families to support. Community donations are very much appreciated and can be dropped off at the LMS school office (attention: Susan Owens). Supermarket gift cards, stocking stuffers, AND stockings are much appreciated! The drive starts the week following Thanksgiving with an …