The Lyme-Old Lyme Schools and Scholar Search Associates are presenting an Educational Forum for Families on Sunday, March 24, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. This is a FREE event open to the public and includes presentations for parents from experts and interactive workshops for students on such topics as public speaking, Zen and the art of relaxation, stop motion animation, exploration in ecology, and thinking in 3D.
To view parent and student sessions, or to sign up to attend the forum, go to Old Lyme Educational Forum for Families (https://www.scholarsearchassoc.com/index.php/events-h-upcoming/events-h-lymeoldlyme-2018) and click on the blue button, “Forum Signup EventBrite.”
For further information, call Patsy Kumekawa at (860) 664-3586, visit https://www.scholarsearchassoc.com/index.php/events-h-upcoming/events-h-lymeoldlyme-2018, or contact Michelle Dean at email@example.com.
Welcome to the world of Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School where we believe that the “Middle is the Best
|Mark Ambruso, Principal|
|Noah Ventola, Assistant Principal|
Place To Be.” We understand the importance of middle school experience as a bridge from nurturing elementary school and to the demanding high school experiences. The faculty and staff are professionally trained in helping to facilitate this transition. With our commitment to academic excellence, we are committed to challenging the young people each year as they grow into independent learners and responsible citizens. As the requirements for excellence becomes more challenging, we work with young people to acquire the essential skills and understandings that will allow them to succeed in high school and beyond.
Anyone who has experienced the trials and tribulations of the middle school experience will tell you that this is the best time for inventing oneself. Our role as school teachers and staff is to provide a safe and nurturing environment while middle schoolers try to define what kind of student they will be.
Our role is to enable the students to enjoy their uniqueness and build on the strengths they bring to our school. We work to eliminate all the barriers that cause the young people to doubt their abilities. This is all based on an understanding of respect and responsibility. We ask the young people to respect oneself, respect others and respect the facilities.
The combination of the efforts of parents and teachers creates the strong bond of a successful
school. We use the symbol of R2 where that means we believe in the notion of Respect and Responsibility. As you explore these web pages, we hope that you can feel the enthusiam we have created. We will continue to develop a challenging and engaging environment in which students and staff can work and learn. We are LOLMS where the middle is truly the best place to be.
5 through 12
(Clubs and activities are subject to change based on student interest.)
A- average or above, no incompletes, and no grades below a B
B average or above, no incompletes, and no grades below a B-
Letter Grade Conversion Rubric
6th Grade Team
7th Grade Team
Mary Beth Hibson
Daniel Watrous for Jennifer Skelly (on leave for 2018-2019)
8th Grade Team
Art - Thelma Halloran
Computer - William Eydman
Family & Consumer Sciences - Jacquelyn Grady
Health - Patricia Cournoyer
Library - Lucy Trost
Music - Laura Gladd; Carrie Wind
Physical Education - Patricia Cournoyer; Erin Crayton; Tim Gavin
Technology Education - Jennifer Costigan
Instructional Technology Specialist - Andrew Raucci
Young Scholars - William Eydman
Guidance - Renee Molnar
Psychologist - Sheri Staranchak
Speech/Language - Michael Dauphinais; Mary Pope; Kathleen Zingg