Students have been given their summer reading books prior to the end of this school year. However, there are additional books in the Main Office that can be picked up over the summer months if students were absent or didnít get their book. Click on the covers to get more information about the book and your assignment.
Click on the image above to see Breed's Greenhouse video message!
Breed Faculty contributed wooden tile pieces to create American flag as part of an Artillery Show in Uxbridge, MA, honoring combat wounded veterans.
Mrs. Mendez and Mrs. Chez's Classes during the Spanish Festival.
The Outdoor Classroom. Students present in Breedís Courtyard.
Breed honored USMC Alexander Arredono KIA August 25th, 2004 , son of Carlos Arredono (pictured) at our annual Memorial Day Assembly. Mr. Arredono was presented with and Honor and Remember flag in memory of his son which was sponsored by Breed Middle School.
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|The Breed Leadership Academy will be decorating wooden tiles (Red, White and Blue) that pieced together will create the American Flag. This will be displayed at an art show entitled ARTillery: The power of art exhibit and opening reception at Alternatives in Uxbridge, Ma on May 30th. The exhibit is to help Veterans who are suffering from PTSD.|
|We are asking for donations to decorate these tiles which need to be done by May 9th. If you have anything that is red, white or blue, please send it is with your Breed student. We will be decorating these tiles this week! If you and your family would like to decorate a tile, please email Mrs. Collins at Collinsj@lynnschools.org. As always, thank you for your support!|
BOSTON GLOBE | Shari Kelley Worrell (left) spoke this month at Breed Middle School in Lynn about the Salem Witch Trials. She is a descendant of Susannah Martin, who was executed in 1692 after she was accused of witchcraft. Worrell lobbied the state in 2001 to exonerate Martin, who has a marker (above) in her name at the Salem Witch Memorial..
Student Voice members met this year's guest speaker at the Anti-Defamation League Conference in Boston. This year's program featured Peggy Wallace Kennedy, daughter of former Alabama Governor George Wallace. At his inauguration in 1963, Governor Wallace proclaimed, "Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, and segregation forever," and six months later blocked the doors at University of Alabama to prevent integration. Despite her father's words and actions, which symbolized a nation divided by prejudice and discrimination, Peggy Wallace Kennedy has been able to find her own voice with which she speaks out to "condemn the politics of exclusion that runs rampant in America." Peggy shared her personal story with the Breed Student Voice along with more than 1400 students and teachers from across New England.
Breed students achieving success through the Read180 program!
The Honor and Remember Chapter of Massachusetts and Breed Middle School will be presenting an Honor and Remember Flag to Gold Star Father Carlos Arredondo on April 19th. In honor of his son Alex Arredondo who was Killed in Action in 2004
The Honor and Remember Flag is being sponsored by Breed Middle School, Lynn, MA. The cost of the Flag is $350
Donations of any size to help sponsor the flag are welcome! When writing a check, please make the check payable to Breed Middle School. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Collins in 2B07.
Gunnar, the Military Service dog, in training with the Breed Leadership Academy.
Tyrese Joseph, Breedís Project 351 Ambassador, holds his award and stands between his proud parents, Christine and Anthony Joseph.
Two Breed students were recently accepted to sing in the Northeast Junior Districts Concert in Lowell this spring. Standing (from left to right) is Principal Julie Louf, Jennifer Tineo, Taliya Rivera-Barker, and the district's Supervisor of Fine Arts Joe Picano. Only approximately 140 out of 1800 students were accepted during the audition for vocalists.
Above, our proud Chorus Teacher Abigail Booth stands with Jr. District Vocalists Taliya Rivera-Barker and Jennifer Tineo.
Three students from Lynn will be among more than 350 eighth-graders participating in Project 351, a statewide community-service initiative.
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Grade 8 student Tyrese Joseph sits in the Principal's Office for an interview with Paul Halloran of the Lynn Journal after being nominated as Breed's Project 351 Ambassador for Community Service.
Standing with her proud History Teacher Leah Kouch, we congratulate Breed 6th grade student, Sondos Dabash, 1st place winner of the 2013 Columbus Coloring/Drawing/Map contest. For her winning poster, she received a ribbon and cash prize of $75 from the contest sponsor, the Italian Club in Lynn.
Media Specialist Irene Kszepka-Daly, Music Teachers Abigail Booth and Richard Laprisse welcome the students with holiday music as they enter the building on the day before Winter Break.
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As part of the Guidance Department's Speaker Series, Hayley's Hope is presented to 8th grade students to increase teen suicide awareness.
Members of the National Junior Honor Society volunteered this week to work at the Scholastic Book Fair held in our library.
Adorno, Jose Angel
Alvarez, Jason Fernando
Bamaca Gomez, Carlos Alberto
Biv, Kelly Kallyane
Brooks, Louis Alexander
Brown, Brooke Demetra
Castellanos, Adria Antonella
Driscoll, Dylan Edward
Jones, Dashon Michel
Ma, Andy Wenbin
Mendez, Sara Amarilis
Nguyen, Avon Thu
Nil, Tiffanie Daly
Ong, Stephen Lyoung
Robles, Jennifer Vicky
Rock, Amber Taylor
Roeun, Darwin Audom
St Ives, Samantha Susan
Vasquez, Christopher David
Gisonno, Matthew Anthony
Lemus Martinez Cristina Pamela Mercedes Sanchez Leslie Marie
Lynn students help send cards to troops overseas.
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Morning Basketball has begun on Mondays through Thurdays from 7 to 730 AM in the lower Gym. This program runs from November until March 2014.
"Honor and Remember" flag being presented to Gold Star mother Karen Lounsbury in honor of her son Bryan.
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We hope you had a great Fall full of fun with your family and friends! We are excited about the school year and we look forward to the activities and programs that are made possible with your help!
As you get settled into the routines of the school season, remember that you have the power to help the Breed Community reach the goals and visions for the children of Breed Middle School with our Scrip program. Thank you to all the families that have participated in the past!
This unique opportunity and very easy program utilizes money you spend on every day purchases. By buying the things you need and want with gift cards you purchase from our school, you enable us to raise hundreds of dollars each month!
CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION AND ORDER FORMS
Mrs. Ogles' homeroom class won first place in the 2013 veggie creatures contest at the Topsfield Fair. Congratulations to all the students!
Come join us, we meet about once a month.
Parents please consider getting involved. We are here for one reason and that’s the kids, so let’s make it their best 3 years at Breed Middle School.
Students at Breed Midle School listen to Medal of honor recipient Sgt. First Class Leroy Petry during a presentation on September 23, 2013.
Congratulations to the Breed Math Team, who lost to one Pickering Team, but only on the Team Questions. Until that point in the match, both teams were tied! Breed also tied with Saugus up to that point.
Breed’s Math Team also beat Marshall and the other Pickering Team.
Kelly Biv scored a school high 10 points and Marymil Gonzalez 8 points. Close behind with 4 points apiece were Emily Silva, Louisa Silva, Jennifer Tineo and Taima Walker. Caitlin Wilson, Dianjenis Abreu, and Angie Fabian scored also with two points each.
For the boys, Louis Brooks, Chris Garcia, Tim Geary, Ryan Kelley, Jose Mota and Devontae Rivera all had 6 points. Jonathan Chase chipped in with 4 points and Oliver Brooks, Travis Collymore and Justin Souvannarath each had 2 points.
These were two evenly matched teams each having a final score of 46 points.
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