One last shout out before the vote tonight at City Hall
By Christina Prum
Students and alumni of LHS joined together to voice their support for the Downtown. View pictures in the photo scroll. Also, an Latin Lyceum junior, Kyra St. Phard, explains her reason for wanting the Downtown location in a short video clip.
Approximately 100 students crowd the entry way of Lowell High to rally for an LHS in Downtown on Monday morning.
Written on white boards are reasons for why LHS should stay in the downtown. Students made a peaceful plea.
Onotse Omoyeni, class president of 2017 hands out sticky notes and pens to the participants.
Student places sticky notes on posters. Each sticky note reads: name, class, and reason for LHS in the downtown.
At 9:10, the start of Advisory period, students head to the front of the school to protest for the school to remain in Downtown. It happened between exam periods.