EdCAAL is hosting a panel discussion on transitioning from middle school to high school

EdCAAL 高中生活分享 – 九年级的新生和家长们,来听听LHS 的学长们分享高中的学习和课外活动安排,如何合理安排时间,劳逸结合,发展自己的兴趣爱好和社区服务的热忱,努力享受高中生活! 请扫描二维码或点击 https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vgW2ZJcwQOCcAkLo1ktD5g 报名和提问题。
EdCAAL is hosting a panel discussion on transitioning from middle school to high school.
Various topics will be covered as the goal is to give the incoming 9th graders a realistic look on this perhaps the most consequential transition of their young life.  We have a group of high-achieving, accomplished teens consisting of current LHS students and recent grads, sharing their experience and giving practical and applicable advice/tips.
Please join us in this lively, insightful experience sharing session on transitioning to HS! 
Please extract QR code on the flyer to register or use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vgW2ZJcwQOCcAkLo1ktD5g. Email confirmation will include links to Zoom and questionnaire. 

Here is the post event report

Panel Discussion: The Essential Core Competencies For Early Career

Speaker: Angela Sauvage, future-focused marketer, International women’s network lead Description: Many leading companies utilize competency models in defining roles, and measure performance within organizations. Critical competencies such as conflict management, emotional intelligence, and dealing with ambiguity are extremely challenging for young professionals. Angela has observed this firsthand through her leadership in various international mentor programs, and she will share her insights on the essential core competencies companies are in search of and discuss with parents and young adults how to build these competencies early on.
When: Aug 22, 2020, 10:00 AM Eastern Time ( US and Canada) 
Register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUqcO-ppjotHtGi3z9W6YjvpRkwIsGOgQX-

Students rally together, donate thousands to Lexington Food Pantry

While the group has accomplished a lot, the work is still ongoing. Now, they have partnered with the Chinese American Association of Lexington (CAAL) for a new campaign. After completing their first round of fundraising in Lexington, a CAAL member found the group’s information online and suggested a partnership, Shingavi said.

Now, CAAL has pledged to match all donations, up to $500, for a second round of baskets to the Lexington Food Pantry. There is no hard deadline for this, but the students are trying to raise money as quickly as possible, as hundreds of people are still unemployed and struggling with food insecurity, Shirude said.

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Seminar: The Art of Chinese Calligraphy

Calligraphy, or the art of writing, was the visual art form prized above all others in traditional China. Join in this FREE seminar co-hosted by New Legacy Culture Center and CAAL at 7:30pm, Friday 8/14 to explore the art of calligraphy with acclaimed artist Mike Mei.

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7月28日,学委一致投票通過了2020-2021的校历以及学监提交的返校蓝图。学委会将在8月25日的会议上根据当时疫情决定是否对返校计划进行更新或改变。请阅读 EdCAAL 返校系列更新

Thanks to the School Committee , Superintendent and LPS staff for their hard work for the Return-to School Plan amidst the pandemic!

To keep the Lexington Chinese community informed about important school matters, EdCAAL has been providing ongoing updates on the LPS Return-to-School plans. We summarize key information that we hope are most useful to the parent community. This is our update as of 7/30/2020.

On 7/28/20, the School Committee voted on the 2020-2021 school calendar and voted to adopt the Return-to-School Blueprint. Please click this link for EdCAAL Return-to School update.