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2020-2021 School Year Calendar
September 16th Start - 170 Days
English - Spanish
Reopening Our Schools Safely
Reopening Communications and More
Visit Our Reopening Page
Reopening Technical Support
School Issued Laptops, Connecting - More!
Lynn English High School Virtual Open House
December 3, 2020
1:30 PM until 4:30 PM
*Sign up for individual Parent/Teacher Conferences on the Lynn English Schoology page
Casa Abierta Virtual de Lynn English High School
3 de diciembre de 2020
1:30 PM - 4: 30 PM
* Inscríbase para conferencias individuales de padres / maestros en la página de Lynn English Schoology
"Schoology" Parent Access Update - October 6, 2020

Your student's school will be reaching out to you by the end of next week with an access code for "Schoology". If you do not receive an access code by October 9th, reach out to your child's homeroom teacher. At the secondary level, you only need 1 access code and all courses will be loaded.

This account will allow you to see the work your child has submitted, discussions they have participated in, school updates, and also provides the ability to message staff at the school. Multiple children can be added to one parent account.

The following are videos (Part 1 and Part 2) showing how to set up your account and take advantage of all the "Schoology" features available to you.

LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - Spanish

LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - Spanish

Parents How To Register and View Your Child's Activity:
Download the Step by Step Instructions Here. (English and Spanish)

How To Set Up Your New Laptop - English Version
Cómo configurar su nueva computadora portátil - Versión en español
New "Schoology" How To Videos Have Been Posted!
Visit Our Technology Page Here!
New School Year Announcements
"To Access "Schoology" Students Will :

Step 1: Go to https://lynnschools.schoology.com.

Step 2: Log in using their email address and password.
Email addresses are stu123456@lynnschools.org with the 123456 being each student’s ID number or stu------@lynnschools.org

Step 3: Use your password that was set up before you left school.

If you do not know your password or have questions, you can call or email the helpdesk servicedesk@lynnschools.org or call the help desk at (781) 477-7342 and leave a message between the hours of Monday-Thursday 7:45-2:45 and Friday 7:45-12:45 PM.

Each student will be able to click on Courses and their courses will be uploaded to their individual page where they can also find school updates.

We will be continuing to support students by providing information through Jupiter until we get students accustomed to working within the "Schoology" Platform.

LEHS - Orientation and Technology Support SY 2020-2021
Download This Schdeule

Orientation and Support
Grade 9 Freshman Virtual Orientation
Happening on YouTube
Grade 10 Sophomore Virtual Orientation
Happening on YouTube
Grade 11 Junior Virtual Orientation
Happening on YouTube
Grade 12 Senior Virtual Orientation
Happening on YouTube
Tuesday, September 22nd
All periods mini walkthrough with community building and class information /expectations.
7:45 until 8 AM Homeroom
8 AM until 8:30 AM A period
8:35 AM until 9:05 AM B period
9:10 AM until 9:40 AM C period
9:45 AM until 10:15 AM D period
10:20 AM until 10:50 AM E period
10:55 AM until 11:25 AM F period
11:30 AM until 12 Noon G period
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday - Every class meets per Remote School Schedule


Starting August 30, 2020 the MBTA will resume service on most bus routes.  Please note some bus routes will remain suspended or have reduced schedules so that more service can be added to allow for increased physical distancing on crowded routes. 

In our ongoing efforts to protect the health and safety of riders, we ask that you please remind students that face coverings are required at stations, stops and whenever riding on the MBTA.

We are prepared to operate the following weekday supplemental service for your students.

Route #436
2:35 PM 2:58 PM Goodridge Street at Memorial Park Ave. Western Ave. opposite the Lynn Garage
DOWNLOAD Fall 2020 MBTA Bus Service Notice - All Schools
RESOURCES Find more information on Ride Safer
  - Find more information on COVID 19
  - Find more on Fall 2020 Bus Service Changes






Lynn English High School is proud to announce that Tyler Generazzo received the Christian A. Herter Memorial Scholarship from the Massachusetts Office of Student Financial Assistance.

The Herter Scholarship provides financial assistance to Massachusetts students who demonstrate academic promise and aspirations for higher education. The special role of the Herter Scholarship, as an early identification program, is to recruit high school sophomores and juniors whose socio-economic backgrounds and environmental conditions may inhibit their ability to persevere and attain their educational goals.

Since 1972, the Herter Scholarship has assisted Massachusetts students with their higher education costs. Each year, twenty-five students are selected as Herter Scholarship recipients. Awards are determined annually, based on a student’s college cost of attendance, demonstrated need, and the level of funding for the program. Scholarships are awarded for a maximum of four years, and are subject to annual appropriations from the Massachusetts Legislature. Tyler intends to apply to the United States Naval Academy, United States Air Force Academy, Stanford University, University of California - Berkeley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, UMass-Lowell, UMass-Amherst, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Rochester Institute of Technology and Wentworth Institute of Technology.

He plans to pursue a degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering. Lynn English Principal Tessie Mower congratulates Tyler and all of the educators who supported him throughout the years!

John & Abigail Adams Scholarship - Class of 2021

Lynn English High School is proud to announce that 122 students in the Class of 2021 received the John & Abigail Adams Scholarship from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

The John and Abigail Adams Scholarship provides a tuition waiver for eight semesters of undergraduate education at a Massachusetts state college or university.

Massachusetts public high school students are eligible for the scholarship when they score at the Advanced performance level on one of the three high school state assessment tests in ELA, Mathematics, or STE (Biology, Chemistry, Introductory Physics, or Technology/Engineering); and score at the Proficient level or higher on the remaining two high school state assessment tests; and have combined scores from the three tests that place them in the top 25 percent of students in the graduating class in their district.

Principal Tessie Mower congratulates these students and the teachers who helped them achieve this success!

Student Recipents

Malaz Abdelrahman, Victoria Aguilar, Roberto Aguirre, Marvelous Akande, Jack Anderson, Robyn Barrios, Yonattan Bisono, Kevin Biv, Jazmin Bonilla Perez, Khoa Bui, Arryanna Chan, Lina Chan, Yadira Chavez, Kevin Chavez Romero, Noelle Cote, Ryan Curley, Abraham Del Cid, Fernando Deleon, Ayanna Detamphayvanh, Vicente Elias Gutierrez, Ashley Fajardo, Afifa Farjana, Blessing Fayiah, Abner Feliciano Barrera, Erignacio Fermin Perez, Ashley Folan, Tyler Furlong, Charlie Gamboa, Jacquelyn, Garcia Estrada, Ksena Gaskin, Tyler Generazzo, Jason Gomez, Alejandra Gomez-Guzman, Daniel Gonzalez Arias, Kath Gravenhorst Picazza, Santiago Grijalva, Victoria Guerrero Blanco, Nanima Guerrier, Prinsesa Guzman, Haitem Haloui, Geneliz Herrera, Shakib Idris, Alexis Irawandi, Cameron Isbel, Jacob Johansson, Richard Johnson, Jasmine Jordan, Tyler Kebreau, Ali Khamis, Jeffrey Krische Merida, Leakhena La, Nyah Lalimarmo, Jerry Lam, Emeline Lejeune, Heber Lopez, Marcoantonio Lopez, Amy Lopez Esteban, Anthony Lora Laboy, Jenny Ly, Michelle Macphail, Vanessa Magulas, Fenix Marquez Figueroa, Nicholas Meas, Michael Merida Garcia, Nicholas Messina, Gevork Mirzoyan, Julian Mota, Afsa Nafe, Alyx Nelson, Elizabeth Neptune, Leakhana Ngeth, Danny Nguyen, Lisa Nguyen, Tracy Nguyen, Michelle Nolasco, Aila Ogresevic, Steven Ordonez, Victory Otaru, Victoria Palardy, Jayson Pari, Samantha Parker, Nand Patel, Jayden Patrick, Soleda Peralta Dominguez, Jeremiah Perjuste, Anna Phelan, Jaleo Potts, Carlos Prudencio, Natalie Ramirez, Bryan Reyes Castro, Kelvin Robles Dubon, Lisany Rodriguez, Marjorie Rodriguez, Julissa Romero-Palomares, Ambar Rudas-Garcia, Salwan Sabil, Safwan Samir, Teryn Sanchez, Ryan Sansone, Valentina Santelises, Sabrin Sefa, Fatima Shulrosas, Damion Sok, Lydia Splaine, Victoria Stanley, Cole Story, Taina Tavarez-Reyes, Anthony Timmons, Massiel Tolentino, Joshua Transtamar, Julaiska Trinidad, Albieris Vargas, Zachary Vega, Jocelyn Villanueva, Leslie Villanueva, Veronica Vong, Ryan Walker, William Whalen, Aryanna Wlodkowski and Ana Yanes

Core Values, Beliefs, and Learning Expectations 
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. 

Girls Inc. Of Lynn's Junior and Senior College Mentoring!

Join Girls Inc. of Lynn's Junior College Mentoring!
Meets on Thursdays from 5:30 PM until 7 PM

Work in small groups with mentors to learn about and explore the college application process. Receive support identifying schools that are good matches, understanding the college application timeline, navigating financial aid and scholarships. Enjoy free dinner each week when in-person.

Join Girls Inc. of Lynn's - Senior College Mentoring!
Meets on Mondays for college workshops and Tuesdays
for individualized support, 5:30 PM until 7 PM.

Get matched with a mentor for individual support with your college application. Participate in workshops on essay writing, interviewing, scholarships and aid, transition to college life. Enjoy free dinner each week when in-person.



Have questions? Contact our College and Career Readiness
Coordinator Ariel.



College Financial Infomoration and Resouces

FAFSA Day Massachusetts
For registration information, locations, times, necessary documents and other dates, visit www.fafsaday.org

FAFSA Days offer FREE on-site help by professionals for students and families who need assistance completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Educational Talent Search Offices
The Talent Search program identifies and assists individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds who have the potential to succeed in higher education. The program provides academic, career, and financial counseling to its participants and encourages them to graduate from high school and continue on and complete their postsecondary education. The program publicizes the availability of financial aid and assists participants with the postsecondary application process.

Lynn English Advisor Lynn Classical Advisor Lynn Tech Advisor
Breanna Edwards Sarah Coffey Jimmy McDonald
ext. 3473
ext. 2287
ext. 3018

Visit Our Guidance Department For College Aid Events and More!

Vaping Information and Resources

Dear Parents & Guardians,

The letter below is to inform you of issues surrounding “vaping”/ “juuling.” (using e-cigarettes). Lynn English 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.