We start 2022 with impressive numbers reflecting the financial support from the LMS community during the 2021-2022 school year. Thank you to everyone who has thus far generously contributed!

Support for the LMS Projects Fund is crucial in that it enables the school to commit, on a regular basis, to improvements that enhance the school experience for students, faculty and staff, and parents.

Phase I of the Master Campus Plan, a Food Forest, was completed in the fall of 2019. Edible fruits and vegetables right off the vine! A hands-on learning experience for students from all levels of the school. The fruit trees -  persimmon and pear -- were the first step in this process. Once the space is properly prepared, students will plant a variety of perennial plants to include everything from blueberries to asters to horseradish. 

This was the first in a series of projects envisioned for the Master Campus Plan as part of the Long Range Plan for LMS. 

During the 2021-2022 school year, we have returned to the goals of the Campus Master Plan--more specifically, aspects of this important long-term plan that focus on expanding the outdoor classroom experience. The $198,932 raised for the Projects Fund during the 2020-2021 drive has been an important piece of enhancing what has been a strong outdoor learning program through the pandemic. Donations through June 30th of 2022 will take this effort even further!
Exciting 2021 summer projects made possible through the Projects Fund include two permanent outdoor structures--one on the Children's House greenspace and the other on the upperfield. If you live nearby, we invite you to come check them out!

Below are examples of other projects that have been made possible over the years--each demonstrating the importance of this Fund: 

  • Stone wall in front of Children’s House
  • Ball court on CH playground
  • Cabinets in CH BASP
  • Classroom cubbies in UE
  • Ten picnic tables (plus 3 child­size tables)
  • Mounted projectors in the Middle School math room and in Upper Elementary
  • Chromebooks for students use

For more information about Giving at LMS, please email Diane Decker, Director of Community Development.

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2021-2022 LMS Annual Giving

  1. 100
  2. 90
  3. 80
  4. 70
  5. 60
  6. 50
  7. 40
  8. 30
  9. 20
  10. 10
  11. 0
Goal $200,000.00
Current $182,117.00
Remaining $17,883.00


Community Development Office

The Community Development Office at LMS works with the school community to facilitate fundraising, communications, alumni relations, and volunteerism. We would love to hear from you so please feel free to email or call us if you have any questions or comments!

Contact Us

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    Diane Decker 

    Director of Community Development
    781-862-8571 ext. 1108
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    Barbara Hines 

    Development Associate
    781-862-8571 ext. 1147
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