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Lawrence Township Public Schools News Roundup

New Arts and Humanities garden unveiled at Lawrence High School; LHS sports now on Twitter; winter sports physicals to be performed Nov. 6; Flames ice hockey registration underway; and more...

Editor's Note: The following news briefs were contributed by Lawrence Township Public Schools.

 

The Link - October 2012

Here is the latest issue of The Link, the district's newsletter for the Lawrence community.

 

New Arts and Humanities Garden Greets Students

As students began the new school year, they were greeted by a beautiful addition to Lawrence High School. The new Arts and Humanities Garden, funded by the Lawrence Township Education Foundation, was a long-term project involving a community of LHS art program students and teachers who brought the space to life with gorgeous mosaics. Art teacher Khalilah Sabree, the leader of art and design for the project, described how the garden "created an organic space in nature" where independent creativeness can thrive. Pictures of the project's evolution can be viewed on Ms. Sabree's webpage.

 

9/11 – We Remember

Lawrence High School students and staff remembered by writing comments on multi-colored cards and attaching them to grapevine wreaths located in the cafeteria. Solicited comments included relating thoughts/memories about 9/11, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, global concerns, and animal cruelty. Some of the comments:

  • “My friend's father was killed in 9/11 attack. He is younger than me and he remembers what happened. I speak in honor of him.”
  • “I remember getting picked up by my mom at daycare.”
  • “Help my brother get home safely.”

Mrs. Clancy's first-grade class at Eldridge Park Elementary School paid tribute with a "Pinwheels for Peace" theme and outlined a large peace sign with pinwheels on the school's front lawn. They first discussed world peace and how students can be peacemakers. The pinwheels peace sign is visible to the community and all Eldridge Park students as a reminder to those who sacrificed their lives on 9/11 and to be peacemakers every day.

 

LTCF Holds Community Conversation

The Lawrence Township Community Foundation (LTCF) in cooperation with the Lawrence Historical Society is sponsoring the 10th Annual Community Conversation at Lawrence High School on Saturday, Oct. 27 from noon to 4 p.m. This year's theme is "People, Periods and Places" in honor of October History Month. See flyer.

 

LHS Sports on Twitter

Follow the Cardinals on Twitter: @CardinalsLHS.

 

Winter Sports Physicals

These physicals will be at Lawrence High School on Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. Students must sign up with the nurse and have all physicals packets to her by Oct. 31. Questions? Contact the Athletic Office at (609) 671-5516, extension 2650.

 

Lawrence Flames Ice Hockey Registration

Lawrence Flames Hockey is accepting online registrations now for both the Learn to Skate and Recreational Hockey programs starting in October. See flyer or visit www.LawrenceFlames.org.

 

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