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How To Fix Climate Change, Fairly

“There’s a lot of ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but those ways need to be fair,” says State Senator Eric Lesser of Longmeadow when talking about the issue of climate change regulation and how it can disproportionately affect Western

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2021 LHS staff retirements

Ms. Hilary Godin Having parents that were teachers, Ms. Godin always felt that “teaching was in my blood.” At Alma College, she majored in painting and became an art teacher. After teaching

Asian Solidarity

On the morning of March 27th, numerous residents of Springfield and surrounding towns gathered outside of the Springfield City Hall at the “Stop Asian Hate” rally in support of the Asian American

Longmeadow Anti-Racism Coalition Standouts

On April 16th, The Longmeadow Anti-Racism Coalition (LARC) resumed their weekly standouts. This group was formed by Erin Reed, who began these standouts originally. Over the past few months, many Longmeadow residents

The State Of Pronouns At LHS

At a Student Faculty Advisory Council (SFAC) meeting late this January, a discussion was held over whether or not to suggest to teachers that they promote the use of pronouns on Zoom

Passive Solar Home Projects

On Friday, May 21st, Ms. Dawn Striker’s Principles of Engineering class displayed their final team project: A Passive Solar Home Design. Students prepared a 3-D model, a floor plan, a plot plan

How To Fix Climate Change, Fairly

“There’s a lot of ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but those ways need to be fair,” says State Senator Eric Lesser of Longmeadow when talking about the issue of climate change