Lynn Tech High School

Lynn tech encourages Middle School students

MS students visiting Lynn Tech

Lynn Tech is offering Middle School children a chance to explore the grounds of the Vocational Technical Institute in order to help them make solid choices about where they may like to go for High School. The tour and visit are a part of a "revitalization" and positive stamping for vocational and/or technical education. Thought to be an alternative to "traditional" high school, vocational and/or technical schools like Lynn Vocational Technical Institute are giving students a chance to gain 1st hand knowledge of potential career paths.

 

Middle school students while on the tour learned about higher educational and professional opportunities that could be gained after graduating from Lynn Vocational Technical Institute. To read about the middle school visit click here and to learn more about Lynn Vocational Technical Institute click here

Teen Drop-in Center returns

The Drop in Center

Sponsored By THE LYNN PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
(A Division of the Department of Public Works)
& THE LYNN POLICE DEPARTMENT
 
Is starting back up
SATURDAY NIGHTS
BEGINNING JANUARY 26, 2013 THROUGH JUNE, 2013
 
Lynn Tech Field House
6:30PM – 9:30PM
 
This program is being offered to teens, ages 13 – 19
(Lynn Residents Only!)
 
SPORTS, GAMES, PIZZA
& GUEST SPEAKERS! 
FREE!!
 
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY:
Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy
Police Chief Kevin Coppinger – Lynn Police Department
Shannon Grant
 
For further information, please contact: Lisa Nerich at 781-477-7096
Lisa Nerich at 781-477-7096The Drop in Center
Sponsored By THE LYNN PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT
(A Division of the Department of Public Works)
& THE LYNN POLICE DEPARTMENT
 
Is starting back up
SATURDAY NIGHTS
BEGINNING JANUARY 26, 2013 THROUGH JUNE, 2013
 
Lynn Tech Field House
6:30PM – 9:30PM
 
This program is being offered to teens, ages 13 – 19
(Lynn Residents Only!)
 
SPORTS, GAMES, PIZZA
& GUEST SPEAKERS! 
FREE!!
 
THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY:
Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy
Police Chief Kevin Coppinger – Lynn Police Department
Shannon Grant
 
For further information, please contact:
Lisa Nerich at 781-477-7096

Sign-Up for the Lynn Community Enrichment Program!

Photo by Cameron Nordholm

Want to learn how to make delicious pies? Or fix cars? Swim?

Or just have a fun game of volleyball?

Then sign-up for the Lynn Community Enrichment Program. It is set to begin October 9th. 

There are various offerings including financial literacy, parenting and reading to children, citizenship, computer tutorials, conversational English, conversational Spanish, auto repair, home electrical, swimming lessons for adults and children, cooking classes, and volleyball.

 The Lynn Community Enrichment Program is a new program that the School Committee has worked on along with Superintendent Latham, Councilor Pete Capano, the New Lynn Coalition, Centerboard, and several generous community partners.There is a one-time registration cost of $5. Most educational courses are free to Lynn residents, and recreational ones have a small tuition detailed on the attached flyer.

 Folks can sign up by visiting the Parent Information Center at the Tech Annex, 90 Commercial Street, Mondays through Thursdays from 7:45-3:15 or Fridays from 7:15-2:15.

Our Community, Our Space

New Lynn Coalition Flyer

Join the New Lynn Coalition for a community hearing on opening up the doors of Lynn Tech!  The meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 2 at 5:30pm in the Housing Authority Community Room, located at 10 Church St. in Lynn.  For more information please contact Carly McClain at 781.595.2538 or newlynnorg@gmail.com.

Syndicate content