This is the last of the 5 installments of the Pictorial Tour of Lynn English Today. This installment highlights the interior of the Paul Cavanagh Field House where the new gym, locker rooms, work out rooms and coaches offices are located.
To get to this installment from the home (or blog) page, just click on this link (fifth installment) or click on the page at right (Lynn English Today – The Paul Cavanagh Field House). To get to the other installments of the photo essay, just click on the appropriate page on the right of this page.
I will repeat the paragraph from last week’s blog to help you become familiar with navigation. If you are reading this post while you are on the website, you are on the home page. All blog posts go on the home page. If you subscribed to the blog (do that at the top of the right column) you may receive this post as an email. If you are reading your email and you click on the links for the fourth installment, you will go directly to that page and bypass the home (blog) page. If you want to make a comment on something on one of the pages (like photos), you have to do that from the blog (home) page. There are links on the page for the fourth installment to get you back to the home page. Just go the home page and to the bottom of the posting you want to comment on. Each posting on the home page has a spot to comment on that posting. I have noticed that sometimes people comment on one posting, but they click the “comment” on the bottom of a different posting… and their comment goes there instead of where they intended for it to go. If you make a mistake, you can always use Contact (in the right column) and send me (Bob Maleszyk) a note and I can help you fix the problem.
We would like to thank our fine tour guides. LEHS Class of 2012 alum, Shaday Imadiyi, and LEHS senior, Claudia Buruca, spent most of a fine summer morning showing us the school from top to bottom. Also many thanks to Matt Wilkins of the LEHS Guidance office for his efforts in setting up the tour.
So, continue your stroll around the old school. Don’t forget, click on the photo to see it full size. When you are done looking at it, click on “close” on the bottom of the photo.