Ludlow High School named a 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best High School
Principal Lisa Nemeth has been at the helm of Ludlow High School for 13 years. She has worked collaboratively with her staff and district offices to push her school to be the best that it can be. “Our teachers work tirelessly to ensure that all students can reach their individual potential and be successful at LHS. All faculty and staff build relationships with students and are willing to mentor, guide, and support students in any way they can. I am so proud of our faculty and staff and I know we will keep progressing forward as a school. Receiving this recognition is an honor.”
INTERNSHIP PROVIDES HANDS-ON JOB EXPERIENCE FOR LHS STUDENTS
LHS students Emily Huntley and Amelia Jarzabek are doing what they love- teaching. And doing it so well!
NEXT STOP, RETIREMENT!
As the school doors closed today for the summer, the RETIREMENT doors opened for these amazing LPS teachers. Join us in wishing them amazing adventures, fun, laughter, and time to do whatever they want to do! You all will be missed. #happyretirement #enjoylife #lpspride #thankyou #Congratulations #alwaysateacher
HBES 5th GRADERS MADDIE HARDICK AND CALVIN IWASINSKI RECEIVE THE COVETED 2023 GUS ADAMOPOULOS AWARD
AND IT'S A WRAP!
LPS SPECIAL OLYMPIANS
It was a day of fun, smiles, friendship, and making special memories for HBES and BMS students who participated in the Monson Unified Special Olympics. Many thanks to the Monson Public Schools for hosting this amazing event. Additional photos can be found on the LPS Facebook page. #lpspride #specialolympics #unified #congratulations
CELEBRATING OUR 2023 EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING RECIPIENTS
It was a perfect evening to celebrate our Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award recipients at the Log Cabin ceremony.
LHS CULINARY TEAM COMPETES AT DISNEY WORLD
During the April vacation, the LHS Culinary Team wowed the judges with their cooking skills at the Disney World Cook Around the World competition.
BMS TRAVEL CLUB JOURNEYS TO WASHINGTON D.C.
During the April vacation, members of the BMS Travel Club journeyed to Washington, D.C. to explore several historic and memorable sites, including the White House, the African American History Museum, the Holocaust Museum, the FDR, MLK, and Jefferson Memorials, and many more.