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New England Aquarium Science at Sea Cruise
October, 2016
Erik Hellmer and Derick Laverdiere

Through a joint collaboration between UMass Boston, Zephyr Marine, and the New England Aquarium, students from the Lynn English AP Environmental Science and AP Biology classes had the chance to get hands-on experience with population sampling techniques on board one of UMass Boston’s aquatic research vessels.

After a quick and pleasant jaunt across Boston Harbor on a delightfully warm fall day, our students were able to explore some of the estuary’s diverse populations of marine life. We encountered organisms including familiar Lobsters and Rock Crabs to myriad photosynthetic algae and zooplankton. The students were able to see first-hand that not all science is conducted within the walls of a sterile laboratory. With a concerted effort, students conducted a plankton tow, pulled in a sampling trap, and used an underwater dredge camera to survey the benthos. These techniques are used by marine biologists to conduct population studies, an important task used for monitoring the health of marine ecosystems.
The fine weather, an informative and hospitable onboard staff, and eager students all contributed to an engaging and enriching scientific experience.

Dave Hendrickson, Lynn English High School alumnus class of ’74, spoke to over 1600 students at the Lynn English auditorium on Friday, September 30. Lynn English students read the award-winning author’s young adult book, Offside, as part of their whole school summer reading. Students were excited to meet the author who set his story in the halls of Lynn English and in the city of Lynn. Mr. Hendrickson was accompanied by his wife Brenda whom he credited as being his greatest support and strength throughout his adult life, and he imparted words of encouragement and hope to the students of his alma mater. The students were visibly excited to meet the author and learn about his writer’s journey. As students exited the auditorium, Mr. Hendrickson left a lasting impression by personally signing the students’ copies of Offside and greeting each and every student with his best wishes.

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Lenny Clarke to perform at LEHS Comedy Night!
Please help support LEHS Athletics Saturday, October 1st 6:30-9 PM at Giggles Comedy at the Prince Pizza in Saugus. Tickets are $25 which includes all the pizza you can eat and comedy show. Tickets on sale from coaches, athletic directors or call 781-477-7366 to get your tickets.

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Welcome to Lynn English High School. As a former student, teacher and vice principal, I am honored to be the principal of this great institution. I look forward to each day, working with a great faculty and support staff. Our goal is to provide the best education possible for all Lynn English high school students.
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The mission of the LEHS community is to have students become self-directed, life-long learners who acquire core knowledge, think critically and collaboratively, and effectively utilize technology to communicate and participate in a global society. We foster respectful, responsible behavior and leadership in a safe and supportive environment.

We are committed to the following beliefs about learning:
• Students learn best when expectations are clear.
• Students learn best when they are self-directed and engaged learners.
• Students learn best when learning is a collaborative process that occurs through positive interpersonal interaction.

We are committed to providing:
• A safe and supportive learning environment for all students.
• Access to the use of technology in order to engage in a global society.
• Opportunities for career and college readiness for life-long learners.
• A variety of teaching styles with multiple strategies and assessments.

We are committed to the following learning expectations:
• Learners will demonstrate the ability to think critically and analytically by using appropriate language in writing or as part of an oral presentation.
• Learners will demonstrate effective academic language skills in order to gather comprehend and utilize information obtained from various sources.
• Learners will use technology to collect, manipulate, and communicate data and information and apply that data to understanding and developing creative solutions to complex problems.
• Learners will demonstrate good citizenship through appropriate personal behavior and compliance with school and government regulations.

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  Lisette Katz Matthew Tentindo
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  Loretta Christoforo Colbe Mazzarella
  Shannon Conlon Nicole McGuinness
  Timothy Cullinane Judy Mishkin
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  Michael Lopez Sarah Phelan
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  Morton Pierre-Antoine Michael Haddad
  Jonathan Bourdeau Michele Lee
  Domingo Castro Maria Perez
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  Jasper Grassa Rosemary McEachern
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  Margaret Aylward Paul Mailloux
  Kellie Bonitto Glenn Potter
  Barbara Funicella Jessica Serino
  Jenny Guan Tim Serino
  Matthew Kane Thomas Smiley
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  Amanda Anderson Derick Laverdiere
  Jeffrey Bigler Joanne Luongo
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  Nickerson Cammett Richard Newton
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  Edward Cash Anthony LaFratta
  Sara Walsh-Cummings Erin Lecolst
  Adam Donachie William McGuinness
  Andrew Fogarty James Tidmarsh
  John Horgan John Walsh
  Scott Jaracz James Wilson
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  Lisa Donovan Maria Pino
  Amanda Condon-Rivera David Romanowski
  Kristin Fallica Joshua Rowley
  Suzanne Foley-Bell Jason Shipulski
  Scott Kulakowski Steven Stranahan
  Lisa Mageary Karen Thistle
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