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FRESHMEN ORIENTATION IS AUGUST 29TH!
Calling all members from the Class of 2022! You are invited to attend the Freshmen Orientation Wed., August 29, 2018, from 7:45 AM until Noon!

Students who accept this invitation will be able to:

• Participate in the Bulldog Scavenger Hunt in hopes of being one of the top three winning teams. Prizes will be awarded!! Lots of fun guaranteed while getting to know all about your new school.
Tour the building while becoming familiar with your classrooms, main office, guidance offices, library/media center, work out rooms, cafeteria, field house, auditorium and so much more.
Meet and speak with future teachers and upper classmen who will be working as mentors with you during the orientation.
• Participate in several ice-breaker activities while meeting and sharing with freshmen students from several other middle schools.
Watch our very own MCJROTC drill teams perform their national, award winning performances.
Eat lunch for the first time in the cafeteria with new friends and familiar faces in addition to so much more…
If you are going to accept this invitation, you must do so no later than Fri., Aug. 24, 2018, by doing one of the following:

Call the Mrs. Mancaniello at (781) 477-7366 extension 3526 and leave a detailed message OR email Mrs. Mancaniello directly (mancanielloj@lynnschools.org)
and tell her (1) your name, (2) school and (3) that you would like to attend.

The LEHS orientation is for 9th grade students only. Parents who have questions, please call Mrs. Mancaniello. Download This Notice

Orientation Day Dress Code/Behavior Policy
Please remember that proper dress is required during the orientation and for the remainder of the school year. The LPS dress code will be in full effect and mandated. No cell phones, electronic devices, hats, tank tops, half shirts, open-toed shoes, flip flops, bathing suits, gym shorts, low cut tops or other inappropriate clothing for school will be allowed. Pants must be pulled up to the waist (applicable to boys and girls equally). Shorts and skirts must reach the knee. Proper behavior at all times is expected from all students. Any individual found in violation will be asked to leave.
Should you have any further questions regarding the dress code or other orientation matters, feel free to email or call Mrs. Mancaniello.

We are looking forward to meeting you and making your English High School experience one that will produce knowledgeable, skillful, and respectful independent young adults
SUMMER SAT PREP 2018

WHAT ?
MATH and ENGLISH preparation for the SAT. Visits to local area colleges.

WHO ?
Any junior who has registered for the MAY or JUNE SAT is eligible to participate or any sophomore planning to attend college.

WHEN ?
July 9th-August 2nd; Mondays-Wednesdays from 8 AM until 12 NOON and Thursdays 8 AM until 4 PM.

WHERE ?
Lynn English High School (Monday-Wednesday) *breakfast will be provided
Local colleges (Thursdays) *breakfast and lunch will be provided

WHY ?
To increase SAT scores for the FALL 2018 SAT testing series.

COST: $0

College Visits: Lesley University, Merrimack College, Bay State College
Endicott College, Emmanuel College, MCPHS University, Suffolk University

PARENT/GUARDIAN CONSENT:

I, _________________________________________________________,
(parent/guardian)

give _______________________________________________________
(student)

permission to attend the site visits indicated above on the specified dates.
I understand that students will be transported from Lynn English High School at 8 AM on these occasions by bus, and will return to Lynn English High School for dismissal BY 4 PM

parent/guardian signature:
date:

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TIME FOR SUMMER READING!
2018 Summer Reading Infomation
SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM FOR 2018
Lynn Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the sites and times are listed on our Food Services Department webpage.

Open to anyone age 18 and under. Alimentos Gratis Para Los Niños. Participación abierta para todos los menores de 18 años de edad. Alimentação Grátis Para As Crianças. Aberto para qualquer pessoa de menos de 18 anos.
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Junior ROTC TV Club National Honor Society
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Welcome to Lynn English High School

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.
Please read our core values, beliefs and learning expectations for all members of the Lynn English community.

Lynn English High School | 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.

Lynn English High School School Information

Grades Offered 9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Phone (781) 477-7366
Fax (781) 477-7365
Address - Map Link 50 Goodridge Street, Lynn, MA 01902
School Day Monday - Friday 7:45 AM until 2:30 PM
Home Access Center WEBPAGE
Staff and Teacher List Current School Year
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LPS District Notices Additional Notices and Resources
 
Last Website Update: August 10, 2018 12:43 PM
School Staff and Faculty List for 2018-2019

Our Phone (781) 477-7366
Our Fax (781) 477-7365
Principal Thomas Strangie
Vice Principals  
Sophomores and Juniors Maura Walsh
Freshmen Jennifer Mancaniello
Seniors Gary Molea
Secretary Mary Sucharewicz
Secretary Phone (781) 477-7366 extension 3451
Secretary Debra Gorey
Secretary Phone (781) 477-7366 extension 3449
Guidance Counselors  
Kara Baletsa
(781) 477-7366 extension 3433
Kevin Benecke
(781) 477-7366 extension 3434
Nicole Passanisi
(781) 477-7366 extension 3432
Rardy Pena
(781) 477-7366 extension 3428
Robert Zollo
(781) 477-7366 extension 3443
Matthew Wilkins
(781) 477-7366 extension 3431
Visit The Guidance Department Webpage
Monitor Jose Liria
School Nurse Dorine Bransfield
School Nurse Debbie McManus
School Teacher Manager Valerie Lozzi
Facility Manager Richard Newton

Art Faculty Profile Pages
Martha Brown Kristen Paradis
 
Athletics, Health and Physical Education Faculty Profile Pages
Richard Newton Department Head
Paula Joyce Kerry King
Visit The Athletics Website
 
Bilingual Faculty Profile Pages
Diane Lynch Department Head
Catherine Caswell Anna Karatzogiou
Timothy King Lisa Mercadante
Diegoelia Pacheco Travonne Berry-Rogers
 
English Faculty Profile Pages
Anastasia Mower Department Head
Nicole Bene Shannon Conlon
Timothy Cullinane Dianne Dinardo
Kevin Gallagher Lauren Johnson
Michael Lopez (Drama) Jennifer Mageary
Timothy Magill Colbe Mazzarella
Nicole McGuinness Judy Mishkin
Allison Mosho Sarah Phelan
Cheryl Taylor
 
Foreign Language Faculty Profile Pages
Cara Zubricki Department Head
Jonathan Bourdeau Domingo Castro
Wascar DeLeon Madeline Dogramacian
Angell Grullon Michael Haddad
Flor Hart Michele Lee
Maria Perez Henry Santiago
 
Interdisciplinary Faculty Profile Pages
Michael Swartz Department Head
 
Interventionist Faculty Profile Pages
Anna Karatzoglou
 
Instructional Technology Faculty Profile Pages
Rosemary McEachern
Peter Holey Jr. Scott Fiore
 
Junior ROTC Faculty Profile Pages
Sergeant Major Ken Oswald Master Sergeant Gerard Goncalo
 
Library Faculty
Tiffany Cotroneo Librarian
LEHS Library Website  
 
Mathematics Faculty Profile Pages
Kathleen Bonnevie Department Head
Margaret Aylward Kellie Bonitto
Sarah Campbell Barbara Funicella
Brianna Goulet Jenny Guan
Matthew Kane Peter Klimasara
Tiffany McFarlane Kenneth Mills
Paul Mailloux Glenn Potter
Jessica Serino Tim Serino
Thomas Smiley  
 
Music and Band Faculty Profile Pages
Jorge Ibanez Gilbert Lapointe
 
Peer Mediation Faculty Profile Pages
Virginia Keenan  
 
Science and Technology Faculty Profile Pages
Lauren Mezzetti Department Head
Amanda Anderson Jeffrey Bigler
Kirstin Bunker Nickerson Cammett
Lee Anne Connick Sarah Hall
Erik Hellmer Lissette Katz
Derick Laverdiere Joanne Luongo
Mary Mitchell Joan O’Connor
Peter Pappagianopoulos Stephen Smith
 
Social Studies Faculty Profile Pages
Toni Dimeo-Zavras Department Head
Edward Cash Sara Walsh-Cummings
Adam Donachie Kevin Driscoll
Andrew Fogarty Allison Gibbs
Timothy Harro Scott Jaracz
Anthony LaFratta Erin Lecolst
William McGuinness James Tidmarsh
Greg Sullivan John Walsh
James Wilson
 
Special Education Faculty Profile Pages
Claire Pappas Department Head
Lauren Anderson Lisa Donovan
Amanda Condon-Rivera Kristin Fallica
Suzanne Foley-Bell Scott Kulakowski
Lisa Mageary David Migliaccio
Maria Pino David Romanowski
Joshua Rowley Henry Santiago
Steven Stranahan Sheila Tyler
 
Theatre and Drama Faculty Profile Pages
Michael Lopez
 
TV Production Faculty Profile Pages
Kenneth Vorspan
 
Aides
Patricia Van Amburg Aide
Deborah Barber Aide
Ms. Beltre-German Life Skills
Bonnie Coletti With Natalie Beos
Robin Connolly Life Skills
Susan Cornacchini With Vanessa Jorge
Marta Fernandez Parent Liason
Mark Gatley Classroom
Kathleen Nichols Life Skills
Etienne Nixon Aide
Dulce Reynoso Aide
 
Last Website Update: August 10, 2018 12:43 PM
Welcome to the Lynn English High School Council Webpage

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.

School Council Members for 2018-2019
Name School or Community Position
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Meetings, Agendas and Minutes for 2018-2019
Meeting Date Notices/Agenda Meeting Minutes
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