Learn the nuts and bolts of the LMSD School BoardGeneral HSA Mtg, Mar 4, 9:30 am, Merion cafeteria
Have you ever wondered how School District policies come about or are changed? Do you know how the School Board's decision making process works? Do you understand how to have your voice heard by our School Board? Come to hear Dr. Robin Vann Lynch, the President of the Lower Merion School District Board of Directors, in a moderated Q & A to explore the nuts and bolts of your School Board. You will learn more about how the nine board members work together to define public education in Lower Merion.
Please check this week folder for important revisions and updates to the 2014-15 Merion Elementary Directory and keep them with your copy.
Clubs start next week! Don't miss your chance to sign up for Drama, Yoga, Chess, and/or LEGO Club. (Science club has already reached capacity.) Thinking about trying Drama or Yoga? Sign up with a friend and try it together! You'll love it! To learn more and to register, click here.
Celebrate Black History Month with a presentation of "The African Americans; Many rivers to cross" February 21, 11am-1pm, Lower Merion High School Librairy
The Lower Merion District Office of Student Achievement Programs presents a showing of this video with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Students, parents and guardians are invited to attend. To RSVP, click here. For more information, read this flier.
The Interschool Council (ISC) art show at the Main Line Art Center,February 21 to March 1
The Interschool Council (ISC) is proud to sponsor the annual exhibit of student artwork from all ten school in the District. . Over 300 pics on exhibit highlight talent in drawing, painting, mixed media, photography, ceramics and metal works. Merion Elementary will exhibit 29 pieces from 1st to 5th grade students. For more information check the flier.
The HSA is planning the Staff Appreciation Lunch for this Thursday 2/12 but we are asking for contributions of salads, beverages and desserts. If you can help, please sign up at: Merion Staff Appreciation Lunch
Meals on Wheels will distribute Valentine’s Day cards to our local senior community. Students can make cards and drop them in the collection box in the front office by February 6. For more information, see this flier or check the community service page..
The mail box is waiting for you near the front office
Enjoy a fun night for the whole family with dinner, snacks, prizes and BINGO! Just $10 per family for unlimited games to help support the 5th Grade class. Doors open at 6pm games begin at 6:30 pm. To learn more, see this flier.
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