Join us for a free Speaker Series event on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 from 6:00-7:15 PM
Assistive Technology Tools for Students with Language Based Learning Challenges
By: Carolyn Rasta, Assistive Technology Specialist
Virtual Event via Zoom
Registration is now open for the Spring Session which runs Monday, March 27 - Monday, June 5.
Scholarships for the After School Program are available for families with financial concerns. If you are interested in more information please contact Amy Davis at email@example.com.
Deadline for scholarship applications is March 22. The deadline for registration is March 24, 2023 at 4:00 PM.
To see program offerings and registration info check out our website here.
If you have any questions contact Luis Gaitan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at(617) 965-0764 ext. 2225.
Planning has officially begun for the 2023 Summer Program (EYP)!
This year, the LPS Summer Program will operate from Monday, July 10- Friday, July 28 from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM. As was last year, the Summer Program will be open to non-enrolled students after completing a short application process.
For more information, visit our Summer Program page.
Hope to see you there!
The LPS Spring Design Celebration is an exciting new fundraising event that brings our community together and raises money for the school. The focus of the event is to celebrate the hands-on learning of LPS students, showcasing their original designs in fashion, technology, art, and horticulture.
Support our students and Register now!
Due to inclement weather, there will not be school on Tuesday, February 28, 2023.
Do your students come home with amazing maps? Do you want to learn more about Thinking Maps and why they work so well? If so, sign up for our Parent Thinking Map Training on Tuesday, February 7th at 6:30 pm on Zoom.
Please complete the above Google Form to RSVP.
We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Join us on Wednesday, January 25, 2023 from 6:00 - 7:15 PM for the next in our Speaker Series events:
Autism Diagnosis in the Context of Neuropsychological Evaluation: What to Expect from a Thorough Evaluation and Interpreting Results By: Dr. Natalie Noonan, Virtual Event via Zoom
Children on the Autism Spectrum often have complex neurodevelopmental profiles. This may include a wide range of strengths and weaknesses as well as additional diagnoses such as ADHD or Learning Disabilities. A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation is an important step in characterizing each child’s unique neurodiversity so their environment is optimized for them, and intervention can be individualized. Neuropsychological reports can be long and dense. In this talk you will learn what to expect and look for in a thorough neuropsychological evaluation when Autism is a component of the referral question and how to interpret the results from the report.
Last week for our Blue/Green day students participated in a Scavenger Hunt. 12 groups competed to find 64 clues hidden throughout the LPS campus. Team Blue Buffalo scored a perfect game with 64 correct answers-congrats on your unbelievable performance!
Shout out to Team Blue-Zilla for using their resources and finding a list of the Board of Directors on the website, and the Green Team Rovers for Googling a picture of a jar of baby food! Amazing creative thinking by the Team Blue Jaguars and the Silly Sevens Team for finding an adult wearing red who is also a student! Teams Green Gorillas, Green Slime, and Blue Jaguars win the safety prize for figuring out that the “lifesaver” clue was meant to be an AED, but we were delighted to find out how many people love lifesaver candies at LPS, so everyone got points for those too!
On Friday, February 3 & Monday, February 6 we are hosting virtual Parent/Teacher conferences. Please check your email for important information on how to sign up for conferences.
See you then!
After School Program registrations for our Fall Session are now open! Please head to: https://www.familyid.com/learning-prep-school for more information on what groups we are offering and to register your student.
3…2…1 and she is off! 9 seconds later, Lailah looks up to the score board to see her name in first place!
Lailah Harris, an 8th grade student athlete, has been a member of the Metropolis Cobras for the past 7 years.
Full course descriptions for both Middle and High School can be found here.
In April, LPS's Owen Sutcliffe was nominated for, and awarded, the "Dougie" Award by the Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation. Owen, who like his younger brother Leo, has an autism diagnosis, is a fantastic supporter of Leo’s artwork.