Event Date: Sunday, Dec 3, 2017, 2pm – 4pm
您想了解Lexington镇政府的组成和运作吗？你想参与Lexington镇里的各项事务吗？请来参加CAAL组织的Mini-Citizen’s Academy Seminar吧：
When: Sunday (12/3/2017) 2pm – 4pm
Where: Cary Library Large Meeting Room
Suzie Barry (Chair, Board of Selectmen)
Michelle Ciccolo (Vice Chair, Board of Selectmen) — Town Government
Eileen Jay (Vice Chair, School Committee, CAAL member) — Lexington Schools
Peter Lee (Town Meeting Member, 20/20 Committee, CAAL member) — How to get involved
Light refreshments will be provided
In March 2016, Superintendents belonging to the Middlesex League of Superintendents released a joint statement regarding their intention to look at school start times for high school students. There is a great deal of research on the topic of school start times. However, with any changes to school start times, there are a number of logistical and philosophical conversations that need to take place throughout the community collectively. These conversations started at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.
At the end of the 2016-17 school year, the Superintendent assembled a School Start Times Task Force to review research conducted, discuss logistical considerations throughout the district, and gather feedback from community stakeholders to determine if a change in school start times should be recommended to the School Committee. The work of this Task Force includes evaluating start times for schools at all levels, not just the high school level.
In order to gather feedback from parents, the below survey is being distributed:
Please complete this survey only once per family. This survey will remain open until October 20, 2017.
Additionally, the School Department will be hosting a community forum on November 15, 2017 at 7p.m. in Battin Hall at Cary Hall. Please check our website regularly for updates and additional helpful information:
School Start Times Task Force website: https://lps.lexingtonma.org/Page/10330
Ian L. Dailey
Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Administration, Chief Procurement Officer for the School Committee
Lexington Public Schools, 146 Maple St. Lexington, MA 02420; office: 781.861.2580 x68061; fax: 781.861.2560; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web site: http://lps.lexingtonma.org/
CAAL is proud to sponsor qualified individuals for Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). Attached for your reference are the CAAL Guidelines and Forms required for applying to our Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) Program. Please download the attached documents and read them carefully.All applications must be completed and submitted by Saturday, October 1. 2017.For LHS Seniors applying Early Decision or Early Action to colleges, please note this when submitting your PVSA applications.
The purpose of Lexington’s Community Coalition is to support a welcoming community that values wellness, inclusivity, respect, empathy, responsibility, compassion, community, kindness, and peace.
The Lexington Community Coalition includes town and school departments, individual volunteers, and community organizations who collaborate to align resources to support youth (and their families). Specifically, we are working together to: Reduce alcohol & substance use； Decrease atmosphere of competition； Support mental health for youth & families。
Learn more on Facebook: Lexington Community Coalition – Youth Initiative
一年一度镇上的莱克星顿华协户外家庭大聚会 （CAAL Summer Picnic）如期举行。准备工作可以说从去年就开始了。幕后推手无数，现场帮手巨多，风和日丽天晴朗，邻里乡亲郊游忙。一个充满着欢笑，美食，音乐，和活动的盛会， 真是太完美了! 【阅读全文】
CAAL will host its annual community summer picnic again this year! This is an event for CAAL members (Lexington residents or those who work in Lexington) only.
Date: 8/26/2017 Sat. Time: 11:00am-4:00pm
Location: Mel’s Funway Park, 454 Charles Bancroft Hwy, Litchfield, NH 03052
For event details, please read: 莱克星顿华协夏季野餐聚会
Please register using this link: picnic2017.weform.net
EdCAAL 2017 College Application Knowledge Sharing Event will be held on June 17th at Lexington High School. The main theme is “Success for The Long Run”. Student and parent reps of LHS Class 2017, school counselor and past LHS alumni will share valuable experiences and learning. There will be two panel discussions:
- 1PM-3PM: Class of 2017 Students, Parents and School Counselor – Experience Sharing
- 3PM-4PM: LHS Alumni – Life After LHS
The target audience of this event will be LHS students and parents. Due to limited seating, we suggest one parent per family attending with the child/ren. Please only sign up for you and your child/ren using the link below.
Date: Saturday, 06/17/2017
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm EDT
Location: Lexington High School Common
CAAL Education Committee (EdCAAL)
Since 2010, Lexington’s K-8 student population has increased by 11%. However, open space dedicated to athletic use has actually diminished in Lexington over the last 10 years. An effective solution is to install permanent lights on Lincoln Field, so that kids can have more time to play sports. Historically, comparable projects were privately funded, such as the baseball lights on Center Field. Lexington residents are now raising $550K to self-fund this project.
The Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL) is actively participating in this fundraising. We plan to donate all funds to the Project by end of June, as a symbol of support of the Chinese American residents. All donations are tax deductible. Please click here to donate. You are also welcome to fill up the form with donations already made directly to the project team, if you would like it to be considered as part of the CAAL contribution.
Let’s team up to contribute to our community!
Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL)
Congratulations to Lexington resident and long time volunteer Sophia Ho, who received the Minuteman Cane Award in Patriot’s Day Ceremony for her dedication to community, character and accomplishments. This most prestigious award is given by the town annually to a person over 80 years old, has been a resident of Lexington for 15 years, and is actively involved in the community, and an inspiration to others.
LHS Senior Emily Zhang also received the Outstanding Youth Award at the same ceremony. These awards are well-deserved honors and also great recognition for the Chinese Community!
Read full report and interviews on Minuteman Newspaper
Sophia Ho (right) received Minuteman Cane Award In Patriot’s Day Ceremony, along with Bill Kennedy for White Tricon Hat, and Emily Zhang for Outstanding Youth Award.