Lindenwold High School 5-2-16

GO LIONS!!

Quote of the Week

"They may forget what you said but they will not forget how you made them feel." ~ Carl W. Buechner

HAPPY TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK!!

Weekly Events at LHS for Week of 5-2

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  • 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM

    SAT Testing (D Hall Classrooms)

    Contact: Ms. Sykes


Weekly Academic Schedule 5-2-16

Monday, May 2nd (120 minute testing session, Geometry - Unit 1)

Period 1 7:30 am – 7:36 am (Attendance and Announcements)

Period 1 7:40 am – 9:40 am (Testing Session)

Period 2 9:44 am – 10:17 am

Period 3 10:21 am – 10:54 am

Period 4 10:58 am – 11:38 am

Period 4A 10:58 am – 11:16 am

Period 4B 11:20 am – 11:38 am

Period 5 11:42 am – 12:22 pm

Period 5A 11:42 am – 12:00 pm

Period 5B 12:04 pm – 12:22 pm

Period 6 12:26 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 6A 12:26 pm – 12:44 pm

Period 6B 12:48 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 7 1:10 pm – 1:42 pm

Period 8 1:46 pm – 2:19 pm

Tuesday, May 3rd (120 minute testing session, Geometry - Unit 2)

Period 1 7:30 am – 7:36 am (Attendance and Announcements)

Period 2 7:40 am – 9:40 am (Testing Session)

Period 1 9:44 am – 10:17 am

Period 3 10:21 am – 10:54 am

Period 4 10:58 am – 11:38 am

Period 4A 10:58 am – 11:16 am

Period 4B 11:20 am – 11:38 am

Period 5 11:42 am – 12:22 pm

Period 5A 11:42 am – 12:00 pm

Period 5B 12:04 pm – 12:22 pm

Period 6 12:26 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 6A 12:26 pm – 12:44 pm

Period 6B 12:48 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 7 1:10 pm – 1:42 pm

Period 8 1:46 pm – 2:19 pm

Wednesday, May 4th (120 minute testing session, Geometry - Unit 3)

Period 1 7:30 am – 7:36 am (Attendance and Announcements)

Period 3 7:40 am – 9:40 am (Testing Session)

Period 1 9:44 am – 10:17 am

Period 2 10:21 am – 10:54 am

Period 4 10:58 am – 11:38 am

Period 4A 10:58 am – 11:16 am

Period 4B 11:20 am – 11:38 am

Period 5 11:42 am – 12:22 pm

Period 5A 11:42 am – 12:00 pm

Period 5B 12:04 pm – 12:22 pm

Period 6 12:26 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 6A 12:26 pm – 12:44 pm

Period 6B 12:48 pm – 1:06 pm

Period 7 1:10 pm – 1:42 pm

Period 8 1:46 pm – 2:19 pm

Thursday, May 5th (145 minute testing session, English 11 - Unit 1)

Period 1 7:30 am – 7:36 am (Attendance and Announcements)

Period 7 7:40 am – 10:05 am (Testing Session)

Period 1 10:09 am – 10:35 am

Period 2 10:39 am – 11:06 am

Period 4 11:10 am – 11:50 am

Period 4A 11:10 am – 11:28 am

Period 4B 11:32 am – 11:50 am

Period 5 11:54 am – 12:34 pm

Period 5A 11:54 am – 12:12 pm

Period 5B 12:16 pm – 12:34 pm

Period 6 12:38 pm – 1:18 pm

Period 6A 12:38 pm – 12:56 pm

Period 6B 1:00 pm – 1:18 pm

Period 3 1:22 pm – 1:48 pm

Period 8 1:52 pm – 2:19 pm

Friday, May 6th Regular Academic Schedule- AP Testing in D100 and Media Center

Period 1 7:30am - 8:22am

Period 2 8:26am - 9:13am

Period 3 9:17am - 10:04am

Period 4 10:08am – 10:55am

Period 4A 10:08am- 10:30am

Period 4B 10:33am- 10:55am (Lunch #1)

Period 5 10:59am – 11:46am

Period 5A 10:59am – 11:21am (Lunch #2)

Period 5B 11:24am – 11:46am (Lunch #3)

Period 6 11:50am – 12:37pm

Period 6A 11:50am – 12:12pm (Lunch #4)

Period 6B 12:15pm – 12:37pm (Lunch #5)

Period 7 12:41pm - 1:28pm

Period 8 1:32pm - 2:19pm

More Arbor Day Pictures

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INAUGURAL NATIONAL SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION

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PENN RELAYS

Police Unity Tour Dress Down 5-2

The Lindenwold Police Department will be participating in the Police Unity Tour. In May 1997 the Police Unity Tour was organized, by Officer Patrick P. Montuore of the Florham Park Police Department, with the hope of bringing public awareness of Police Officers who have died in the line of duty and to honor their sacrifices.

We started with 18 riders on a four day fund-raising bicycle ride from Florham Park, NJ to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC. which raised $18,000.00. This May we had over 1900 members nationwide who made the trip, and we are proud to announce that we were able to donate 1,997,000 dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, bringing our total donations to nearly 18 Million Dollars.

In late 2005, the Police Unity Tour pledged $5 Million in support of the National Law Enforcement Museum. Inspired by our commitment and our motto, “WE RIDE FOR THOSE WHO DIED” the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected our organization to be the sponsor of the Museum’s Hall of Remembrance.

Having completed the $5 Million commitment to the Museum in 2009 the Police Unity Tour dedicated the 2010 ride to the restoration of the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. The $1.1 Million restoration project includes the re-engraving, coating and sealing of the 18,983 names on the memorial as well as the cleaning of the walls and other memorial improvements.

In 2011 the Police Unity Tour became the official sponsor of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s “Officer of the Month Program”. Officers of the Month are honored at a special awards luncheon each May in Washington, DC during National Police Week, and they are featured in the Memorial Fund’s annual calendar. The Police Unity Tour is also proud to sponsor the NLEOMF’s “Recently Fallen Alerts”.

Shout outs!!

Shout out to Lisa Walker for bringing the award winning model, actress, & producer Hope Forever to speak to our students.


Eileen Clark, Michelle Kean, Dan Johnson, and Mark McElroy for always being willing to provide additional instructional support to our students that are making up work.

Dan Johnson and Marc Mazzeo for arranging another Arbor Day Tree Planting Ceremony at the high school this week. In addition to the students in their classroom, they have arranged for students at School #4 to participate in the annual ceremony as well.


Shout out to Jeff Flood, Joann Porter, and Marc Mazzeo for coordinating the Thespian Induction!


Adam Davidson - the nightly study sessions for your AP Calculus students are only one of the reasons why your students score so well. Thank you for your dedication and true commitment to our students.


Bryan Callow, Amanda Lee, Allyson Hafner, and Bill Flickinger Thank you for making a difference in the lives of your students. Attending the Science National Honor Society's inaugural Induction Ceremony was so good of you!


Jennifer Keeton - your hard work and perseverance in getting your students inducted into the Science National Honor Society speaks so loudly about your professionalism.

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Thespian Induction Ceremony