Friends of Lexington Music, Art and Drama Students, Inc., established formally in the 1994-95 school year, is a non-profit organization created to foster and promote excellence in the visual and performing arts programs in the Lexington, Massachusetts Public Schools. Supporting the essential role of the arts in the life of every Lexington student is the guiding principle of FOLMADS.
Free Live Stream of The Chronicles of Jane, Book Seven, Friday Feb 5th and Saturday Feb 6th at 7pm
Diamond Middle School will be presenting a free live stream of The Chronicles of Jane, Book Seven, by Alan Haehnel, on Friday, Feb 5th, and Saturday, Feb 6th, at 7pm. Must register in advance using the QR code posted here.
For more information, contact Kate Bromley at email@example.com.
Generous contributions from parents and other community members are used to purchase items and fund opportunities that are not covered by the school budget.
Click HERE to make a tax-deductible contribution that support the vital performing and visual arts programs in the Lexington Public Schools!
FOLMADS is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Donate to the Lexington Public Schools Jazz Program online!
Proceeds from ticket sales to LPS jazz concerts are a vital source of funding for numerous educational enrichment opportunities that are not covered by the school budget, including the jazz guest artist, who works side-by-side with the students musicians, and workshops and high school festivals, where students and teachers receive valuable feedback from expert clinicians.
This year, because of the coronavirus epidemic, audience members cannot be invited to hear our jazz performances in person, and tickets cannot be sold at the door as a result. To prevent the program from being hurt by the lost revenue from ticket sales, please make a donation online in lieu of purchasing tickets. These tax-deductible donations directly support the jazz program.
Use this link to make a vital contribution to support the jazz in the Lexington Public Schools:
Diamond middle schoolers performing The Chronicles of Jane, Book Seven
Artist, Illustrator, and Author Raúl the Third Visits Diamond
Raul Gonzalez (aka Raúl the Third), a Boston-based artist and author born in El Paso, Texas, conducted a workshop at Diamond Middle School last June. The workshop, funded by a FOLMADS grant, was hosted by Visual Arts Teacher Rachael Alexander and K-12 Visual Arts Coordinator Alethea Roy. FOLMADS was there to capture the magic that took place in the classroom that day.