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Nurses Office - 2021-2022 School Year

Welcome Back LCHS Families,

LPS is committed to providing a safe space for students to learn and grow during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the many ways we are addressing safety is by providing a robust testing plan. Students and staff will be able to participate in three different testing programs. They are:

Symptomatic Testing: (students who present with mild symptoms while at school; students should not go to school if experiencing symptoms while at home): A sample is collected by a shallow nasal swab at school using the BinaxNOW rapid antigen test. The rapid test only takes 15 minutes to get results. If the test is negative and the student has mild symptoms, he/she can return to class.

"Test and Stay": (A student who the school nurse has determined is a close contact from a school related exposure): A sample is collected by a shallow nasal swab at school using the BinaxNOW rapid antigen test. Tests are administered daily from the first day of exposure for 7 days.

Routine COVID Safety Checks:
(Formerly pooled testing): Students perform a shallow nasal swab to themselves. Samples are sent in groups of 5-10. If a pool is positive all individuals in that pool will need further COVID-19 testing. If the pool is negative, all individuals in that pool have tested negative for COVID-19 that day.

If you would like your student to participate in COVID-19 testing, you will need to fill out a testing consent. A paper consent will be sent home with your student, please fill it out and return it to the school nurse.  You may also access an online consent form by clicking here.

We look forward to learning and growing with you this year.

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Response to COVID-19 Scenarios For The 2021-2022 School Year
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Download This In-Person Learning Update For 2021-2022 School Year
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Masks Help Stop The Spread Flier (PDF)
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Additional School and Public Health Resources and Downloads (PDF)
DESE Guidelines for COVID-19
Current Testing Sites
Vaccination Sites
State Travel Guidelines
 
Lynn School Department - Reopening Schools Safely Website
City of Lynn Covid-19 Resources Page
 
Family Checklists for Going Back to School
Massachusetts CV-19 Updates and Information
Dept. Of Education Covid-19 Website
 
COVID-19 Fact Sheet - English
COVID-19 Fact Sheet - Spanish

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Vaping Information and Resources

Dear Parents & Guardians,

The letter below is to inform you of issues surrounding “vaping”/ “juuling.” (using e-cigarettes). Lynn Classical High School would like to share information about vaping with our parents and guardians. Vaping is a serious concern for teens across the country. There are misconceptions that it is a “healthy” alternative to smoking when in fact it carries its own risks.

Please Download This Letter Available In English and Spanish
And Read About The Resources.


Feel free to contact us with any questions.

Thank you for partnering with us on this important topic of public interest.
We will continue to work to educate our students in all aspects of adolescent development.

Section 504 - Non-Retaliation Notice

Policies, Codes and Forms
Section 504 - Non-Retaliation Notice

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Title II) is a federal law that protects individuals from discrimination based on their disability. Lynn Public Schools prohibits discrimination based on disability in its programs and activities. Section 504 and Title II forbids organizations and employers that receive government funding from excluding or denying individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to receive program benefits and services.

Lynn Public Schools will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students under Section 504. The Lynn Public Schools prohibits retaliation against any individual who asserts their rights under Section 504 or Title II or who files a complaint, testifies, assists, or participates in an investigation or proceeding under Section 504 or Title II.

The following people have been designated to provide further information or to process claims of discrimination based on disability or claims of retaliation retaliated against under Section 504 or Title II.

Charlie Gallo, is responsible for Section 504 Compliance for the Lynn Public Schools. As the District 504 Coordinator, he will investigate all complaints. Should you have any questions or wish to file a complaint, he can be reached at 781-477-7220 ext. 3177 or by writing him at 100 Bennett Street, Lynn, Massachusetts 01902; Email galloc@lynnschools.org.

Dahlia Gonzalez, Classical High School 504 Coordinator. She can be reached at 781-477-7404 or by writing him at 235 O’Callaghan Way, Lynn, Massachusetts 01905; Email gonzalezd@lynnschool.org.

Federal Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, Boston Office, U.S. Department of Education, 8th floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-33921; 617-289-0111; FAX: 617-289-0150; TDD: 877-521-2172; Email: OCR.Boston@ed.gov.

Section 504 Non-Retaliation Notice - English
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Lynn Classical Hall of Fame - 2021
                                                                                     
Committee Members:
Dr. Daniel Dill: Director
Amy Dunn: Principal
Bill Devin: Athletic Director
Gene Constantino: Alumni Association
Cathy Ellis: Classical Faculty

Lynn Classical High school is accepting nominations for the Hall of Fame induction which will take place in October of 2021.

Nominations are now open to all Classical Alumni and Friends.

Qualifications fall under High School Honors and Achievements and Career Accomplishments.

You may download and fill in the application here (MS Word format).
Or download and print a PDF file here.

Deadline for applications is May 31, 2021.

Return all nominations to:

William Devin
Athletic Director
235 O’Callaghan Way
Lynn MA 01905
devinw@lynnschools.org

Extracurricular Activities - 2020-2021

CLASS/CLUB ADVISORS
& CONTACT INFO/EMAIL
CLUB DESCRIPTION
Senior Class Advisors
Thomas Stanley
David Poland
Works with Class Officers to fundraise and plan activities for their class.Can provide class information if you have questions!
Junior Class Advisors
Erica Richard

Chelsea Cowie
Works with Class Officers to fundraise and plan activities for their class.Can provide class information if you have questions!
Sophomore Class Advisors
Mike Curley
Charles Orrell
Works with Class Officers to fundraise and plan activities for their class.Can provide class information if you have questions!
Freshmen Class Advisors
Jenn Mack

Leah Warren
Works with Class Officers to fundraise and plan activities for their class.Can provide class information if you have questions!
Art & Crafts Club
Erin Sutton
If you like to design original characters, do traditional drawing or painting, make sculptures or crafts, or anything else in the art realm, then the Art Club is for you!  You can work on group projects or your own independent art, whichever interests you more.
Chess/Gaming Club
Charles Orrell
Gaming Club brings students together to have some fun playing various board, card, and video games each week.  This year poses a great opportunity as we test out virtual gaming!  It is a really relaxed atmosphere and we have a great time every week. There are so many games to play that work just as well online as they do in-person, and you might find a game you really enjoy that you didn’t know about before! Come join us as we hang out, chat and play some games!
Classy Cuisine Cooking Club
Sherry McNulty
Do you enjoy cooking? Do you want to learn how to make your favorite meal at home?  Then this club is for you!  In Classy Cuisine, we will talk food and fun, share favorite recipes, and create our own Pinterest page.
Join us!
ELA/Literacy
Marc Feldmann
English Club focuses on art and culture, literature, writing, debate, philosophy, film, music, poetry and a fun social atmosphere.  We enjoy discussions and for now virtual field trips and games like jeopardy, until we can resume in person trips to cultural institutions such as the Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Shakespeare Festival.  We try and make the language arts enriching and relevant to our everyday lives, exploring everything from Hamlet to hip hop.  New members are always welcome.
Drama Club
Mark Ailshie
The Drama Club works together as a community to create plays and other theatrical productions.  If you are interested in acting, writing plays, directing, designing sets or costumes, doing makeup, or doing backstage tech work this is the place for you.
Drama Production
Chelsea Cowie
The Drama Club works together as a community to create plays and other theatrical productions.  If you are interested in acting, writing plays, directing, designing sets or costumes, doing makeup, or doing backstage tech work this is the place for you.
Equity Panel
Samira Ghili

Betsy Ramos-Pachucki
A group of students that are representative of our larger school community who are working together to define an equity issue they see in the school or community. Students will work together to research the issue and make change.
Gay Straight Alliance
Greg MacPhee

Alyssa Smiley
The GSA is a safe space for both members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community.  We have weekly meetings and do many special events.
History/Social Justice
Josh Guerin
The two main goals of the Advocates for Social Justice Club are (1) to learn and educate ourselves about the many different social justice issues in the world around us and (2) to take meaningful action to address or raise awareness about these important issues.  To do this we plan and host different events and activities.
Interact Club
(Antiracism focus)
Bobby Bishop
Join this Interact Club with an antiracism focus. Dissect book excerpts (starting with Stamped by Jason Reynolds), discuss experiences, share perspective, watch movies, attend virtual exhibits, and more as we contribute to a culture of unity.
Intramural (Exercise)
Colleen Peterson
Are you having trouble getting in your 60 minutes of physical activity? Join the Fitness/Health Club!  We can work on our goals together!
Language Club (Latin)
Christopher Ayers
Interested in Greek mythology, new discoveries in archaeology, Latin in pop culture, Classics trivia contests, and gladiator movies? Then Latin Club is for YOU.  Join the Roman Empire!
Language Club (Spanish)
Lourdes Sagardia
If you would like to learn more about the Hispanic Culture and Spanish Language, like Spanish movies, virtual scavenger hunts, Spanish reading chats, Spanish music, and virtual Latin American country tours? Then be part of the Spanish Club. ¡Te esperamos!
Math Club
Samira Ghili
The Math Club is where the Mathletes compete with other Schools in our division. The competition is once a month and we meet once a week for practice.  It is a great opportunity for students to challenge themselves and learn new mathematical topics that they have never seen before.  All students are welcome!
Mock Trial
Michael Curley
Mock Trial is an interactive, academic club.  It provides students with an opportunity to learn more about the legal system, and how trials work.
Multicultural Club
(Asian American)
Barbara Williams
A diverse group of students who come together to celebrate culture, discuss current topics, play games, rehearse for the big show, and plan outings. All are welcome to join the AAC!
Music Club
Alec Fiorentino
The TV Club provides students with innovative experiences and opportunities in media.  Students apply the fundamentals of video production, while creating content to keep the school community informed on the latest news and events.  Check out some of our work on the School YouTube Channel.
National Honor Society
Christine Lander
The Mary Bemis Chapter of the National Honor Society at Classical is one of the longest running chapters in the country. To be eligible for membership, students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average which meets or exceeds 3.50 on a 4.00 scale. In addition to the Scholarship standard, membership in NHS is also based on the standards of Leadership, Service and Character. To be selected for membership, candidates submit Student Activity Information Sheets with evidence that they meet or exceed these standards. Students are considered for membership during their Junior year. Members participate in volunteer opportunities at school and in the community. Past chapters have participated in the My Brothers Table Walk-a-Thon, served as volunteers at local elementary schools, worked as guides at Classical events, promoted and organized food drives, Soup & Socks Gift of Warmth campaigns and Trick or Treat for Canned Goods activities among others.
Newspaper & CRW
(Creative Writing) Club
Jacqlyn Culwell
Newspaper Club discusses current events, written journalism, broadcast journalism, and photojournalism. Join The Emerald Editorial (this year’s club members came up with the revamped name, formerly the RamPage)--a nod to Classical’s colors--and learn about what it takes to be a journalist.  Aside from news related writing, this club is a 2-in-1! We spend time on the elements of creative writing as we write our own pieces, discuss, workshop, and analyze various forms of literature as not only readers, but writers.  If you’re interested in different forms of writing, have an affinity for the news, and want to grow your writer-self, definitely consider joining this club 😊
Quiz Team
Dave Poland
The Lynn Classical Quiz Team are a group of students who participate in the North Shore Trivia League High School competition. This league is made up of 10 North of Boston schools. We cover all academic subjects as well as sports and popular culture. We practice and compete on Monday afternoons. For more information drop me an email.
Environmental Club
David Winchester
Come join the Environmental club, virtually, each week and let's brainstorm about how to make the world a better place for plants, animals, people.... everybody. Especially in this year of turmoil, it will be nice to make something just a little bit... better.
So, if you are interested in recycling, saving endangered species, or cleaning up our beaches, parks, and cities, come join me.  I look forward to hearing some of your ideas as much as introducing you to some of mine.
Senior Yearbook
Erica Tolley

Leah Warren
Yearbook is all about designing the best possible memories in print for the senior class.  Normally, we have student photographers and designers. That can still happen virtually, it will just be a little different this year.  Yearbook is welcome to everyone. You do not have to be a senior to join.
Student Government
Peter Spiliakos
The Student Council allows class officers to bring the concerns and suggestions of their peers to the principal and to have a voice in the policies of Lynn Classical.
TV Club
Afton Dean
The TV Club provides students with innovative experiences and opportunities in media.  Students apply the fundamentals of video production, while creating content to keep the school community informed on the latest news and events. Check out some of our work on the School YouTube Channel.
Download The LCHS Extracurricular Activity List For 2020-2021
Meet The LCHS Guidance Department!
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LCHS Orientation 2020 School Year Videos!

Grade 9 - Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 11:30AM

Grade 9 Orientation Watch Here

Grade 10 - Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 11:30AM
Grade 10 Orientation Watch Here

Grade 11 - Friday, September 18, 2020 - 11:30AM
Grade 11 Orientation Watch Here

Grade 12 - Monday, September 21, 2020 - 11:30AM
Grade 12 Orientation Watch Here

High School Orientation

- Wednesday 16th Freshman Orientation and Support
9th grade computer tech support from 8:30-10:30 AM in the Classical Parking and front circle. (Laptops must be charged)
10th - 12th grades computer tech support 12 - 2 PM
Freshman Virtual Orientation on YouTube or other large-scale platform 11:30-1 PM TBA Platform with chat questions used to create a frequently asked questions.
1 - 2 PM - 9th Mentoring meeting for Q & A

- Thursday 17th Sophomores Orientation and Support
10th grade computer tech support from 8:30-10:30 AM in the Classical Parking and front circle. (Laptops must be charged)
9th, 11th, 12th grades computer tech support 12 - 2 PM
Sophomore Virtual Orientation on YouTube or other large-scale platform 11:30-1 PM TBA Platform with chat questions used to create a frequently asked questions.
1 - 2 PM - Mentoring meeting for Q & A

- Friday 18th Junior Orientation and Support
11th grade computer tech support from 8:30-10:30 AM in the Classical Parking and front circle. (Laptops must be charged)
9th, 10th,12th grades computer tech support 12 - 2 PM in the Classical Parking and front circle
Junior Virtual Orientation on YouTube or other large-scale platform 11:30-1 PM TBA Platform with chat questions used to create a frequently asked questions.
1 - 2 PM - Mentoring meeting for Q & A

- Monday 21st

12th grade computer tech support from 8:30-10:30 AM in the Classical Parking and front circle. (Laptops must be charged)
9th, 10th,11th grades computer tech support 12 - 2 PM
Junior Virtual Orientation on YouTube or other large-scale platform 11:30-1 PM TBA Platform with chat questions used to create a frequently asked questions.
1 - 2 PM - Mentoring meeting for Q & A

- Tuesday 22nd
All period mini walkthrough with icebreaker and class expectations.

Mentoring/Homeroom 7:45 - 8 AM
A period 8 - 8:30 AM
B period 8:35 - 9:05 AM
C period 9:10 - 9:40 AM
D period 9:45 - 10:15 AM
E period 10:20 - 10:50 AM
F period 10:55 - 11:25 AM
G period 11:30 - 12 PM
- Wednesday – Friday, Every Class Meets Per Remote School Schedule.

Thank you and I look forward to working with you all this year!
Mrs. Dunn

9th Grade Orientation
Wednesday, September 16, 2020

8:30 AM until 10:30 AM
Students can come to the LCHS Parking Lot and Front Circle for help with their laptops. If you can’t sign in or are looking for other technical support. Your device must be charged for us to be able to help you.

We also have some school supplies for anyone who would like to come pick up notebooks, pens, pencils, etc. We have some supplies that have not arrived yet so we will have another time as soon as more supplies arrive.

11 AM until 1:30 PM
Freshman Orientation Video on Youtube.
Follow this link: https://youtu.be/57gnkeEvqPc

****Please note that we have many informative videos to help you navigate this new school experience on our Youtube channel.

This is important information for all 9th graders on so that they will be able to successfully engage in remote learning this fall through Schoology. If you have questions, leave them in a chat and I will answer them in a frequently asked questions document to go out to all families.

1 PM until 2 PM
Sign in to your mentoring room on Schoology to meet your teacher and get any questions asked. Individual links will be provide by your teacher!

Lynn Classical High School
Orientación para los estudiantes
del noveno (9) grado
miércoles, 16 de septiembre, 2020

8:30 AM until 10:30 AM
Los estudiantes pueden venir al parqueo de Classical, al frente o atrás, para recibir ayuda con las computadoras portátiles.
Si no puedes conectarte o necesitas cualquier otro tipo de ayuda técnica. La computadora portátil tiene que estar cargada para poder ayudarte.

También tendremos algunos materiales escolares, como cuadernos, lápices, etc. Estamos esperando más materiales, y les avisaremos en cuanto lleguen.

11 AM until 1:30 PM
Video de orientación para los estudiantes del grado 9 en Youtube.
Sigue este enlace: https://youtu.be/57gnkeEvqPc

**** Por favor, noten que tenemos varios videos con mucha información y ayuda de como planear/navegar nuestra nueva experiencia escolar de este año en nuestro canal de videos en Youtube. Usen el siguiente enlace

Esta es información importante para todos los estudiantes de noveno grado para que puedan participar exitosamente en el aprendizaje remoto este otoño a través de Schoology. Si tienes preguntas, déjalas en un chat y las responderé en un documento de preguntas frecuentes para todas las familias

1 PM until 2 PM
Inicia tu sesión en tu sala de tutoría en Schoology para conocer a su maestro y hacer cualquier pregunta. ¡Tú profesor proporcionará enlaces individuales a través de Zoom!

Download This Schedule In English and Spanish

LCHS - 235 O’Callaghan Way, Lynn, MA 01905 781-477-7404


Check Out Our New LCHS Series For the Incoming Grade 9 Students!

Grade 9 Orientation- Episode 1: How to Live Like a Ram


Grade 9 Orientation- Episode 2: How to Live Like a Ram

Grade 9 Orientation- Episode 3: The School Tour

Mass High School Football Trophy To Be Named After Harry Agganis



The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) today announced a partnership with the Agganis Family to honor the “Legend” Harry Agganis. With great respect, the MIAA and the Agganis Family announce the creation of the “Agganis Trophy” to be awarded at each of the eight MIAA Championship games at Gillette Stadium in December. “On behalf of the Agganis family, it is such a great honor to have Harry Agganis’ name associated with the MIAA Superbowl Trophy” stated Greg Agganis, Harry’s great nephew and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Agganis Foundation.

A native of Lynn, Massachusetts, Aristotle George “Harry” Agganis was born into a large family. Agganis excelled at Lynn Classical High School in both football and baseball as well as achieving high academic status. His efforts resulted in numerous athletic scholarships offered to him post-graduation. A local at heart, and wanting to stay close to his mother, Harry brought his talents to the Terriers of Boston University as a collegiate football, basketball and baseball player. Agganis’ football talents earned him All-American honors, the first for a Boston University Terrier. 

READ THE FULL STORY ON OUR ATHLETICS NEWS PAGE!

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Welcome to Lynn Classical High School

Principal's Welcome

Welcome to School Year 2020-2021, it will be a year like no other and we will be making history together!

As many of you know from news and previous communication, the Lynn Public Schools will be starting our school year remotely to ensure safety for students and staff. This means that all high school student will be starting the year learning from home through our new Learning Management System (LMS), Schoology. A learning management system is an online application that allows for the administration of educational courses allowing for learning anytime from anywhere.

The teachers and administrators are working really hard to learn the ins and outs of the new system so they can provide everyone with an high level, supportive education. Schoology can be accessed through a desktop, laptop, or through the web browser on an iPad or tablet.

The fall will be a very different feel from when we went “remote” in the spring and focused on engagement. In the spring, the focus was communication and keeping kids practicing what they had already learned or engagement. This fall we are moving from engagement to teaching and learning and it is so important that students attend all classes and complete all assignments. We want to accelerate learning and prepare students for their future colleges and careers.

This means that students will earn grades and credits and teachers are committed to supporting students and their needs during this time. It is so important for students to attend all classes and attendance will be taken by mentoring room and every course.

Please see our new remote schedule that has classes meeting Monday-Friday and consists of all classes that your student registered for before we left in the spring. During our online orientations for each grade, I will walk through the new schedule and expectations for students.

Amy Dunn
Principal


Download This Letter In Spanish

Classical High School Information

Our Core Values, Beliefs and Learning Expectations
The Lynn Classical High School mission is to meet the needs of all of our students and ensure they become knowledgeable, conscientious, productive, and self-reliant learners who are college and career ready. The school community shares in the responsibility of providing our graduates with the 21st century skills necessary to be successful on a local and global scale. We celebrate our diversity, cultivate creativity and respect, and take pride in knowing our school is safe and supportive for all.

LCHS is a student-centered learning community that VALUES:
Life-long learning
Cultural diversity
High expectations for all
Safe-learning environment

LCHS is committed to the following beliefs about LEARNING:
Rigor, relevance, and relationships are key to academic achievement
All are accountable
Making connections makes a difference
Success can be achieved by all

LCHS Learning Expectations:

  1. Communicate effectively while making and defending arguments, accessing and relaying information, and addressing peers and adults
  2. Apply analytical, critical, and creative thinking skills to identify and solve relevant problems using appropriate technology and other resources.
  3. Demonstrate REMARKABLE content knowledge through authentic tasks, performances, and assessments.
  4. Work appropriately and productively both independently and with others in order to accomplish team and individual academic, personal, social or civic goals.
  5. Interact positively, accept responsibility, and display consideration for the diversity of the school and community.


Our School Information and Resource Links
Grades Offered 9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Phone (781) 477-7404
Fax (781) 477-7212
Address - Map Link 235 O'Callaghan Way, Lynn, MA 01905
School Day Monday - Friday 7:45 AM until 2:30 PM
Directions To The School From Route 95 and Route128
From Route 95/128 - From Rt. 95/128 North take exit 43, Walnut St., bear right at the end of the ramp. Go straight through the lights. A pond will be on your left. Continue on Walnut St. for approximately one-and-a-half miles. At the first set of lights, bear left following Rt. 129 east over Rt. 1. Continue through set of lights along Walnut St. A reservoir will be on your left. Approximately one half mile beyond the reservoir, there will be a set of lights. That is the intersection of Walnut St. and O'Callaghan Way. Make a right and continue to the end of O'Callaghan Way. Classical High School is on the right at the intersection of O'Callaghan and Holyoke Street.
Directions To The School From Route 1
From Route 1 - Get off at the Walnut Street (East) exit towards Lynn. Continue through set of lights along Walnut St. A reservoir will be on your left. Approximately one half mile beyond the reservoir, there will be a set of lights. That is the intersection of Walnut St. and O'Callaghan Way. Make a right and continue to the end of O'Callaghan Way. Classical High School is on the right at the intersection of O'Callaghan and Holyoke Street.
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School Staff and Faculty List for 2021-2022

Our School Staff List
Our Phone (781) 477-7404
Our Fax (781) 477-7212
Principal Amy Dunn
Vice Principal Anastasia Mower Grade 12
Vice Principal Dennis Thompson Grade 10 M-Z and Grade 11
Vice Principal Christopher Warren Grade 10 A-L and Grade 9
Principal’s Assistant Christine Pisanelli
Principal's Secretary Coula Kesanlis
Attendance Secretary Lauren Virgilio
Adjustment Counselor George Shea
BRYT CIT Matthew Sanphy
Custodian Robin Russo
Guidance Department Sally Glowik All Grade 9 Students
Guidance Department Donna Doucette Last Names A - De
Guidance Department Shanna Duprey Last Names Df - L
Guidance Department Christopher Hayward Last Names M - Rn
Guidance Department Jessica Toomey Last Names Ro - Z
Guidance Department Jaclyn Fisher
Paola Samboy
All EL Students
  Visit Our Guidance Department Website
Guidance Secretary Laura Durant
Guidance Secretary Katie Donahue
Lynn Comm. Health Center Keri McConaghy
Monitor Rob Smith
Monitor Rod Valrie
Nurse June Blake B.S.N.
Nurse Jennifer Wortman
Nurses Office Phone (781) 477-7196
Parent Liaisons Irma Deleon and Milton Morales
Peer Mediation TBA
Program Specialist Kathleen Aiello
Social Workers Marissa Cimmino
  Amanda DiCiero
  Alexandra Gutierrez
  Jessica Rouselle
Trio Program Sarah Coffey
Youth Harbors TBA

Our School Faculty List and Faculty Profiles
Applied Technology Department Faculty
Afton Dean Jasper Grassa
Sherry McNulty Lynn Petkewich
Luke Richards Brian Vaughan
About The Applied Technology Department
 
Art Department Faculty
Erin Sutton
Leah Warren
About The Art Department
 
Athletics Department Faculty
William Devin, Jr. Athletic Director
Cathy Ellis Assistant Athletic Director
About The Athletics Department
 
English Department Faculty
Philip McQueen Department Head
Mark Ailshie Kristina Aiello
Aili Cervenka Elizabeth Ciampa
Chelsea Cowie Jacqlyn Culwell
Rosanne Driscoll Derek Edmonds
Marc Feldmann Kelly Hourihan
Kathy Lovett David McCaffrey
Erica Richard Kerry Shairs
Hannah Sutker Barbara Williams
About The English Department
 
EL Department Faculty
Amanda Curtis Department Head
Brendan Brown Cyndil Flamer
Travis Harris Alexandra Luce
Greg MacPhee Natalie Turek
Nathaniel Stephenson  
About The ELL Department Program
 
World Languages Department Faculty
Fátima de Granda-Lyle Department Head
Christopher Ayers Marybeth Banks
John Blume Amber Daniels
Betsaida Ramos-Pachucki Lourdes Sagardia
Paula Whittaker  
About The World Languages Department
 
Jobs for Americas Graduates (JAG)
Kaleigh Young
About Jobs For Americas Graduates
 
Library Department Faculty
Erica Tolley Librarian
About The LCHS Library
 
Math Department Faculty
Dr. Mark Johnston Department Head
Paul Arnold Elias Bakas
Rachel Carroll Kristin Domenech
Eleni Doulis Alina Garrity
Samria Ghili Chelsea Christian Hafetz
Marcia Karalis Kevin Kennedy
Jennifer Mack Benjamin Oyer
Edward Palmeira Angela Skinner
Rita Wakefield Kathleen White
About The Math Department
 
Music Department Faculty
Thaddeus Bell Alec Fiorentino
About The Music Department
 
Physical Education Department Faculty
William Devin, Jr. Athletic Director
Cathy Ellis Assistant Athletic Director
John Erekson
Colleen McNulty-Peterson
Laurie Wentzell-Ryan
About The Physical Education Department
 
Science Department Faculty
Ellen Moriarty Department Head
Joseph Baglieri Kathleen Bates
Samantha Canfield Mark Chesley
Nicole Kolhonen Michael Fannon
Andrea Metayer Christine Lander
Patty Santos Betul Sevinc
Victoria Townsend Alyssa Smiley
Davide Winchester
About The Science Department
 
Social Studies Department Faculty
Zach Johnson Department Head
Sam Allison Aino Athiainen
James Conlon Michael Curley
Dena DiPardo Jessica Dormady
Josh Guerin Gwen Hansen
Robert Johnson Christopher Leblanc
Charles Orrell David Poland
Eugene Schultz Peter Spiliakos
Thomas Stanley Kristen Tabacco
Eric Young  
About The Social Studies Department
 
Special Education Department Faculty
Andrea Merryman Department Head
Jessica Ayer Annie Bakas
Vanessa Biasella Michelle Camire
Alicia Churchill Estelle Dill
Leanne D’Urbano Cathy Ellis
Alexandria Gillies Edward Greenberg
Danielle Jolly Erin Marc
Timothy McCue Richard McDonald
Jonathan Rosenthal Paul Ryan
Laurie Spencer Kim Toomey
Special Education Department Aides
Annie Alemar Kenny Adinkra
Tricia Cennami Marie Dalton
Sandra D'Urso Donna Estes
Andrew Flaherty Karen Flaherty
Joanne Kesanlis Cindy McKanas
Barbara Minchello Faith Morrison
Lisa Nelson Adam Saltzman
Susan Strakus Ana Rodriguez
About The Special Education Department And Our COACh Program
 
Theatre Arts Department Faculty
Mark Ailshie
About The Theatre Arts Department
 
Last Website Update: October 15, 2021 1:35 PM
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  2020 Extra Curricular Activities Online Fair
   
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- Section 504 - Non-Retaliation Notice
  Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504) and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (Title II) is a federal law that protects individuals from discrimination based on their disability. Lynn Public Schools prohibits discrimination based on disability in its programs and activities. Section 504 and Title II forbids organizations and employers that receive government funding from excluding or denying individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to receive program benefits and services.

Lynn Public Schools will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students under Section 504. The Lynn Public Schools prohibits retaliation against any individual who asserts their rights under Section 504 or Title II or who files a complaint, testifies, assists, or participates in an investigation or proceeding under Section 504 or Title II.

The following people have been designated to provide further information or to process claims of discrimination based on disability or claims of retaliation retaliated against under Section 504 or Title II.

Charlie Gallo is responsible for Section 504 Compliance for the Lynn Public Schools. As the District 504 Coordinator, he will investigate all complaints. Should you have any questions or wish to file a complaint, he can be reached at 781-477-7220 ext. 3177 or by writing him at 100 Bennett Street, Lynn, Massachusetts 01902; Email galloc@lynnschools.org.

Kathleen White is the Classical High School 504 Coordinator. She can be reached at 781-477-7404 or by writing her at 235 O’Callaghan Way, Lynn, Massachusetts 01905; Email whitek@lynnschool.org.

Federal Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, Boston Office, U.S. Department of Education, 8th floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-33921; 617-289-0111; FAX: 617-289-0150; TDD: 877-521-2172; Email: OCR.Boston@ed.gov.
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- Unified Basketball Team Celebrates! January 9, 2020, Photos Are Here!
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Last Website Update: October 15, 2021 1:35 PM
Welcome to the Classical School Council Webpage
School Council Members and Meetings - School Year 2021 -2022
Members Name School or Community Position
2021-2022 Members To Be Announced
Current Meeting Dates and Agenda Zoom Info/Meeting Minutes
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 6 PM Meeting In The Library
Wednesday, January 12, 2022 - 6 PM  
Wednesday, March 30, 2022 - 6 PM  
   
Past Meeting Dates and Agenda Past Meeting Minutes
October 21, 2020 Meeting Minutes
January 13, 2021 Meeting Minutes
May 19, 2021 Meeting Minutes
April 29, 2020 Cancelled / Covid-19
March 11, 2020 Meeting Minutes
January 08, 2020 Meeting Minutes
October 16, 2019 Meeting Minutes
Sept. 16, 2019 Meeting Minutes
April 24, 2019 Meeting Minutes
March 13, 2019 Meeting Minutes
January 16, 2019 Meeting Minutes
October 10, 2018 Meeting Minutes
September 10, 2018 Meeting Minutes
Presentations Sustainble Improvement Planning - 2020
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About School Councils
A school council is a representative, school building-based committee composed of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and, at the secondary level, students, required to be established by each school pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 71, Section 59C.

It is important to note the School Council plays an advisory role in assisting the building principal to organize and implement a School Improvement Plan which not only addresses the areas in which the school intends to comply with the requirements of the Educational Reform Act, but also how the school intends to meet those system-wide goals and policies adopted by the school committee. Membership will consist of the principal, teachers, parents, students and community members.
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Our Art, Photo and Video Facebook Postings
Art Camera Video Recent Art, Photo and Video Facebook Postings
Posting Type Description Date
Video LCHS Virtual News Week of October 19, 2020 October 2020
Video Meet The LCHS Guidance Department! September 2020
Video Grade 9 Orientation- #1: How to Live Like a Ram
August 2020
Photos Our Graduation Photos From August 1, 2020! August 2020
Photos LCHS Rams Visit Gillette Stadium! November 2019
Photos LCHS Special Olympics Shine On The Court! October 2019
Photos Summer COACh Program! September 2019
Photos NEC Softball Champs...AGAIN! June 2019
Photos Go Jettas!!! February 2019
     
 
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