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LCHS SUMMER READING...TREVOR NOAH!

Students entering Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12

This summer, all students at Lynn Classical High School will be reading  Born a Crime, a memoir by Trevor Noah, a comedian and host of The Daily Show. Born A Crime  is a true story about growing up under a repressive regime. The language, some of which is harsh, truthfully reflects the reality that Trevor Noah experienced growing up in apartheid South Africa.

2017 | Classical High School Summer Reading Packet
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  "Making The Curriculum Real" A Special Program
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  Expectations For Learning and RAM Rubrics
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  Summer 2017 SAT Preparation and College Visits!
  Alumni Mentoring Program
  Our 2014-2015 Student Handbook
  Collage Application Resources
  Classical Gear For Sale!
  National Honor Society
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  Hall of Fame Nomination Form Here! MS Word or PDF
   
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Welcome to Lynn Classical High School

Principal Welcome

This school year will be my eighth year as Principal at Lynn Classical High School. I started my teaching career as a Special Education Teacher in 1976. I have been at Lynn Classical since 1981. I also served as a Guidance Counselor, Vice Principal and Girls Basketball coach. 

Our administrative team, teachers and support staff are very committed to meeting the needs of all students. We hope that your son or daughter has a most positive academic and social experience while at this school. To achieve this goal we need the support from parents and guardians to reinforce the importance of each and every grade during high school. Students will have classwork, homework, tests, quizzes, and other assignments. To be successful students must be committed. College acceptances are very competitive and the first quarter grade freshman year is just as important as any grade. Our grade point average is calculated each quarter.

Attendance is very important. We ask that you join the goal to decrease the amount of unexcused absences. We also want to improve on our tardy and dismissal rate. Please do not schedule any appointments which allows students to miss class time unless it is absolutely necessary. Each absence from a class can negatively impact learning. Last year over 90 percent of the students looked at their grades and assignments several times a week on the Jupiter online gradebook. We need to improve on the 30 percent rate of parental involvement with this academic tool.

Social emotional well-being is very important for academic success. Our Vice Principals, Guidance Counselors, Social Worker, Adjustment Counselor, and School nurses are available to assist students and parents. In addition Lynn Community Health Center has a school based office available for students. Please let us know if we can be of any help.

Gene Constantino
Principal


Our Mission Statement
The Lynn Classical High School mission is to meet the needs of all of our students and ensure they become knowledgeable, conscientious, productive, and self-reliant learners who are college and career ready. The school community shares in the responsibility of providing our graduates with the 21st century skills necessary to be successful on a local and global scale. We celebrate our diversity, cultivate creativity and respect, and take pride in knowing our school is safe and supportive for all.

LCHS is a student-centered learning community that VALUES:
Life-long learning
Cultural diversity
High expectations for all
Safe-learning environment

LCHS is committed to the following beliefs about LEARNING:
Rigor, relevance, and relationships are key to academic achievement
All are accountable
Making connections makes a difference
Success can be achieved by all

LCHS Learning Expectations:

  1. Communicate effectively while making and defending arguments, accessing and relaying information, and addressing peers and adults.
  2. Apply analytical, critical, and creative thinking skills to identify and solve relevant problems using appropriate technology and other resources.
  3. Demonstrate REMARKABLE content knowledge through authentic tasks, performances, and assessments.
  4. Work appropriately and productively both independently and with others in order to accomplish team and individual academic, personal, social or civic goals.
  5. Interact positively, accept responsibility, and display consideration for the diversity of the school and community.
Classical High School Information

Grades Offered 9 | 10 | 11 | 12
Phone (781) 477-7404
Fax n/a
Address | Map Link 235 O'Callaghan Way, Lynn, MA 01905
School Day Monday - Friday | 7:45 AM to 2:30 PM
Directions To The School From Route 95 and Route128
From Route 95/128 | From Rt. 95/128 North take exit 43, Walnut St., bear right at the end of the ramp. Go straight through the lights. A pond will be on your left. Continue on Walnut St. for approximately one-and-a-half miles. At the first set of lights, bear left following Rt. 129 east over Rt. 1. Continue through set of lights along Walnut St. A reservoir will be on your left. Approximately one half mile beyond the reservoir, there will be a set of lights. That is the intersection of Walnut St. and O'Callaghan Way. Make a right and continue to the end of O'Callaghan Way. Classical High School is on the right at the intersection of O'Callaghan and Holyoke Street.
Directions To The School From Route 1
From Route 1 | Get off at the Walnut Street (East) exit towards Lynn. Continue through set of lights along Walnut St. A reservoir will be on your left. Approximately one half mile beyond the reservoir, there will be a set of lights. That is the intersection of Walnut St. and O'Callaghan Way. Make a right and continue to the end of O'Callaghan Way. Classical High School is on the right at the intersection of O'Callaghan and Holyoke Street.
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Last Update July 17, 2017 4:00 PM
List School Staff and Teacher List | 2016-2017

Our Phone (781) 477-7409
Our Fax (781) 477-7212
Principal Eugene Constantino
Vice Principal Amy Dunn
Grades 11 (M-Z) and Grade 12  
Vice Principal Dennis Thompson
Grades 10 and 11 (A-L)  
Vice Principal Christopher Warren
Grade 9  
Principal’s Assistant Christine Pisanelli
Secretary Coula Kesanlis
Attendance Secretary Angela Liakopoulos
Program Specialist
For Data and Assessment
Josh Mower
Secretary Laura Durant
Secretary Kristine Johnson
Guidance Department  
All Grade 9 Students Sally Glowik
Last Name A - De Donna Doucette
Last Name Df - Loo Shanna Duprey
Last Name Lop - Mem ELS Fran Khuon
Last Name Men - R Christopher Hayward
Last Name S - Z Jessica Toomey
School Nurses Office (781) 477-7196
Nurse June Blake B.S.N.
Nurse Jennifer Wortman
Adjustment Counselor George Shea
Social Worker Catherine Perry
Outside Programs Kelley Flynn
Outside Programs Tasia Cerezo
Parent Liaison Annie Alemar
Monitor Tom Donahue
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Applied Technology Teachers
  Kathleen Aiello Sherry McNulty
  Afton Dean Luke Richards
  Lynn Petkewich Erica Tolley
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Art Department Teachers
  Marion Gunning Erin Sutton
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Athletics Department Teachers
  William Devin, Jr. | Athletic Director Cathy Ellis | Assistant AD
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English Teachers
  Philip McQueen | Department Head
  Barbara Binette Kelly Hourihan
  Aili Cervenka Maria Koutroubis
  Chelsea Cowie Erica Richard
  Rosanne Driscoll Matthew Sanphy
  Marc Feldmann Kerry Shairs
  Patty Frey Jack Vandagriff
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ELL Teachers
  Amanda Curtis | Department Head
  Jaclyn Fisher | Acting Dept. Head Math
  Sallie Donovan | English Greg MacPhee | English
  Taylor DeFronzo | Biology/Math Maia Mukherjee | Math
  Travis Harris | English Andrea Metayer | Science
  Kathy Lovett | English Russ Waldron | Social Studies
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Foreign Language Treachers
  Fátima de Granda-Lyle | Department Head
  TBA | Spanish TBA | Spanish
  Amber Daniels | Latin Jacklyn Petullo | French
  TBA | French/Spanish BetsaidaRamos-Pachucki | SP
  Deinorah Kraus | Spanish Lourdes Sagardia | Spanish
  TBA | Latin TBA | Spanish
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Librarian
  Erica Tolley    
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Math Teachers
  Dr. Mark Johnston | Department Head
  Paul Arnold Kevin Kennedy
  Rachid Farhat JenniferMack
  Samria Ghili Edward Palmeira
  Helga Gunther Timothy Phelps
  Chelsea Christian Hafetz

Rita Wakefield

  Marcia Karalis Howard Yanoff
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Music Teacher
  Emily Northridge Melissa Munafo
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Physical Education Teachers
  William Devin, Jr. | Athletic Director Colleen McNulty-Peterson
  Mark Flaherty Joan Wiendczak
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Science Teachers
  Ellen Moriarty | Department Head
  Joseph Baglieri Christine Lander
  Mark Chesley Catherine Rosenthal
  Samantha Dexter Alyssa Smiley
  Michael Fannon Davide Winchester
  Tom Farese Jonathan Yip
  Jeff Grove  
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Social Studies Teachers
  Zach Johnson | Department Head
  Dena Capano David Poland
  Michael Curley Peter Spiliakos
  Frank DeLuca Thomas Stanley
  Jessica Dormady Kristen Tabacco
  Gwen Hansen Denise Vinciarelli
  Robert Johnson Gregory Washington
  Christopher Leblanc  
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Special Education Teachers
  Christine Lyman | Department Head
  Jessica Ayer Annie Bakas
  Valerie Byron Estelle Dill
  Cathy Ellis Erin Marc
  Sarah McDonough Joshua Noble / J. Morgan
  Debra Perez Karen Picone
  Jonathan Rosenthal Paul Ryan
  Laurie Spencer Kim Toomey
  Howard Yanoff  
Special Education Aides  
  Jerome Anderson Edison Bencosme
  Richard Bucko Sue Cooper
  Marie Dalton Irma DeLeon
  Sandra D'Urso Mark Gately
  Inocencia┬áMarte Barbara Minchello
  Lisa Nelson Alfredo Nunez
  Ana Rodriguez Judy Sadler
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Substitute Teachers
  Dorothy Frost Joseph Pascucci
  Karen Perez Kaleigh Young
Theatre Arts Teacher
  Mark Ailshie    
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Last Website Update: August 18, 2017 5:54 PM
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Membership | 2017-2018 Position
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Meetings, Agendas and Minutes | PDF Format Download

2017-2018 School Year
Meeting Date Notices/Agenda Meeting Minutes
New Schedule Soon!    
     
 
2016-2017 School Year Archive
October 12, 2016 No Agenda No Minutes
January 11, 2017 No Agenda No Minutes
March 8, 2017 No Agenda No Minutes
April 26 2017 No Agenda No Minutes
 
2015-2016 School Year Archive
September 24 2015 Meeting Agenda  
October 14 2015 Meeting Agenda No Minutes
January 6, 2016 Meeting Agenda No Minutes
March 2, 2016 Meeting Agenda No Minutes
April 13, 2016 No Agenda No Minutes
 
2014-2015 School Year Archive
October 15, 2014 | 6 PM Meeting Agenda No Minutes
January 7, 2015 | 6 PM Meeting Agenda No Minutes
March 4, 2015 | 6 PM Meeting Agenda No Minutes
April 15, 2015 | 6 PM Meeting Agenda No Minutes
 
2013-2014 School Year Archive
April 9, 2014 | 6 PM Meeting Agenda No Minutes
March 5, 2014 | 6 PM Meeting Notice No Minutes
January 8, 2014 Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
December 10, 2013 Meeting Notice No Minutes
October 16, 2013 Meeting Notice Meeting Minutes
April 10, 2013 Meeting Notice No Minutes
March 6, 2013 Meeting Notice No Minutes
January 9, 2013 Meeting Notice No Minutes
October 17, 2012 Meeting Notice No Minutes

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.
 
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