Educators and students help lead the charge in New York’s ‘Raise the Age’ criminal justice campaign Chalkbeat Article Mr. Geballe and three 8th grade students were part of a campaign to “Raise the Age.” They went... Read More
Project Cicero is starting NOW and running until March 9. We will be collecting new and used books to donate to Project Cicero. Project Cicero has placed almost 3 million books in under-resourced NYC schools, homeless shelters, community... Read More
LMC students making a difference one step at a time. Students in Mr. Codner & Ms. Matyola 7th grade Humanities class sent letters to their Congressional Representatives regarding US immigration policy. In order to write the... Read More
Read all about it. The First Winter Edition created by the LMC/Manhattan Youth Newspaper Staff. The staff is currently working on their Second Winter Edition which will be published in March. Stay tuned!
LMC students and staff took part in the fourth community day of the school year last Friday. With a wide range of activities and service each advisory group took the opportunity to learn and give back... Read More
The third annual LMC Humanities Night was held this past Wednesday. Thanks to all the teachers for organizing this event as there were so many activities for students, parents and guests to choose from. Activities ranging... Read More
You don’t need to go to the NY Aquarium to learn about aquatic organisms. Students made observations and inferences about aquatic organisms in Ms. Dole’s 6th grade science class. Students identified potential natural and human variables... Read More
Not in its enitrety but here are a few memorable performances from the mid year Arts show. What an amazing team of performers, musicianers, artists and visual designers.
Join us for a special screening of Screenagers Wednesday, January 11th from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Screenagers came to life for two main reasons. The first: experience and science have shown us that excessive screen time... Read More