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News Article | February 15, 2017
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LCA Visual Arts Department is proud to announce that artwork from the following students has been selected for the 21st Regional High School Student Artist Show currently on display at the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society, now through January 29, 2017. Lexington Arts and Crafts Society (LACS) sponsors the show in their gallery as a way to give back to the communities. "We are privileged to take part in this regional student at show. The entire show is an outstanding display and representation of the wonderful student creativity and Visual Art programs in the six schools represented. My thanks to the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society and Chin Lin for once again hosting," stated Visual Art teacher Chip VanderBrug. Each year the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society hosts the Regional Student Art Show. Once again LCA has been asked to participate with the following schools: Concord Carlisle, Lexington High School, Bedford High School, Burlington High School, and Winchester high School. Congratulations to the following students: Grace Agabedis Martina Baba Stephen Berry Emma Blatchley Seoin Choe Mikayla Cravens Olivia Cerci William Feng Chris Gallagher Dan Gattineri Elva Ge Morgan Gredenius Sarah Heghinian James Hu Eunice Lee Maggie Li Sherry Shi Ethan Tanner Bianca Young Massimo Zhang Lexington Christian Academy is an independent college preparatory school that exists to educate young men and women in the arts and sciences in the context of a complete commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ.


Nassiff P.,Burlington High School | Czerwinski W.A.,Burlington High School
Journal of Chemical Education | Year: 2015

Students beginning their initial study of chemistry often have a difficult time mastering simple Lewis dot structures. Textbooks show students how to manipulate Lewis structures by moving valence electron dots around the chemical structure so each atom has an octet or duet. However, an easier method of teaching Lewis structures for simple molecules, based on the octet rule (the fundamental concept of Lewis structures), enables most students to master drawing Lewis structures in one class session. © 2015 The American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education, Inc.


Nassiff P.,Burlington High School | Czerwinski W.,Burlington High School
Journal of Chemical Education | Year: 2012

Students often wonder how the first atomic theory came about and why only three scientific laws, conservation of mass, constant composition, and simple multiple proportions, led to this theory. In this inquiry-based activity students use scientific modeling (paper clips) to demonstrate the three laws that John Dalton used to develop the first atomic theory, and they are able to prove to themselves that there is a solid basis for the atomic theory even though they know little about the atom or its structure. (The John Dalton caricature by William B. Jensen is used with permission.) © 2012 American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education, Inc.


Nassiff P.,Burlington High School | Czerwinski W.A.,Burlington High School
Journal of Chemical Education | Year: 2014

Early in their chemistry education, students learn to do empirical formula calculations by rote without an understanding of the historical context behind them or the reason why their calculations work. In these activities, students use paperclip "atoms", construct a series of simple compounds representing real molecules, and discover, just as early chemists knew, that only the empirical formulas could be found from their experimental results even though they do not know the masses of the atoms. These activities, designed for high school or college introductory chemistry, take about 150 min to complete. © 2014 The American Chemical Society and Division of Chemical Education, Inc.


News Article | November 29, 2016
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BEDFORD, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--$AZPN #aspenSTEM--Aspen Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: AZPN), a leading provider of software and services to the process industries, today announced that it will host the company’s first STEM Day on Tuesday, November 29 at AspenTech’s headquarters in Bedford, Massachusetts. During the event, 60 students from Burlington High School and Billerica High School will receive hands-on experience with technology industry applications, learn about career opportunities and speak with Research a

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