CONGRATULATIONS Kat Mowry, Lauren Martins, Vinny Roxo!
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is a week long leadership program sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary.
This was her 2nd time being recognized for her exemplary work in the Advanced Placement Chemistry Program, placing students on an early path to college and career success. Congratulations to the twelve very deserving and talented Baird Middle School students who were recently chosen as the February/March Students of the Month.
Emma E., Anthonie, AJ, Emily, Julia, Abigail, Emma H., Emre, Kacie, Darius, Megan, and Jillian were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements and for being positive members of the classroom and school community.The program allows students from across the Commonwealth to participate in the legislative process.Matt was the elected to be the delegate and Celia was designated the alternate. CONGRATULATIONS to LHS student, Kaylee Martin, who was recently recognized as a March student of the month at the Lower Pioneer Valley Career and Technical Education Center Program (CTEC) for her skills in Culinary II. Click here for the full article.3rd grader and Patriots Pride Club member, Tatianna Nogueira, created a poster that answered the question -What Being an American Means to Me - which won a local VFW Ladies Auxiliary Poster Contest (Hampden Post 9397).During this unit students took a closer look at the United States Post Office and the letter carriers that process and deliver mail and packages throughout the community; culminating in a visit to the Ludlow Post Office. During their community helper unit preschool students at East Street School have been learning about possible future careers.Preschooler Tobin Bernier’s father, Michael, took time out of his busy day as a QC Biochemist at Bristol Myers Squibb to share some of his job responsibilities with his son’s classmates.For many of the students the highlight of the visit was when they were given the opportunity to become scientists- complete with lab coats, safety goggles and gloves - and even performing an experiment! It's the little things we all do every day that seem to make the biggest difference.This month, we say thank you to 3 seniors that have made a real impact on our school.Chapin Street School is happy to announce that they were chosen by the Captain Planet Foundation to receive a grant to build a Project Learning Garden™.On Friday, volunteers from Big Y World Class Market, Acosta Marketing & Dole Packaged Foods spent the morning at the school to help students from rooms 6 & 8 get their hands dirty to build and plant five raised beds in the Susan Pease Memorial Garden-THANK YOU! During the recent April School Wide Morning Meeting Veterans Park School recognized many First Mates (students).Two copies of the book are being donated to each of the three LPS elementary schools. Lupa Zoo gave Chapin Street students a close up look at some very interesting and fun animals as part of Jungle Week- We are WILD about Learning.A special thank you to Stan Lupa who gave forever memories to our 2nd and 3rd graders by introducing them an anteater, bearded dragon, ferret and cockroaches! Ludlow High School seniors, Matt Lussier and Celia Neveu participated in the 71st Student Government Day at the Massachusetts Statehouse on Friday, April 6, 2018.