Welcome to Lakelands Park Middle School!





 The Book Wars Competition was held at Baker Middle School on April 21, 2017. Fourteen Lakelands Park warriors competed with 40 teams from 15 other schools. Our 7th grade team, Exploding Kittens (Brooke Corpuz, Catherine Judge, Ethan Fontek, Miranda Becher and Snikitha Chelluri) won the District and Grand Championships. In addition, our 6th grade team, Emberytes (Amorie Zsako, Gray Nocjar, Julia Willimann, Natalia Garcia, Vivian Dang and Yena Sossou) won the 2nd place of the District Championship. The 8th grade team, Terrific Trio, (Tejas Nazare, Venkata Sai Polavarapu and William Bouley) also did a great job! 

All Book Wars members needed to read 10 books plus 4 series (Harry Potter, Ever After, H.I.V.E and Bone) in order to participate in the competitions. All 14 members are voracious readers. They worked very hard and did their very best. We are very proud of them.



On June 15th:

Promotion: 8-9am at Quince Orchard

Students will depart for the Spirit of Washington at 9:30

Come back to school ready for the end of school by 3:00

Permission Slip

Payment - 8th Grade Dance/Cruise


  Falcon Flier April 2017




 The PTSA is selling Back to School Supplies for the 2017 - 2018 School Year.



Congratulations to the LPMS Advanced Orchestra who earned a rating of "Excellent" at their successful Instrumental Music Adjudication on Thursday!  Well played guys and gals!! 



Congrats LPMS 11th Annual Basketball Night Winners: 

8th Grade - The Cupcakes - Coach Ms. Deandreis


7th Grade - Saucy Garbage - Coach Noah Adnan and Kate Faraone

6th Grade - The Benchwarmers - Coach Matthieu Gordon


8th Graders Registering for High School

Rising 9th Grade Registration Material NorthWest

Rising 9th Grade Registration Material Quince Orchard

QO Online 9th Grade Registration Link (  https://scheduler.mcpsmd.org/public/ )  

(best results in Google Chrome)


Incoming Sixth Grade Parent Meeting (Jan 24)


Cell Phone Policy




 SOCKTOBER!  Mrs. Thumma, Mrs. Schneider, Mrs. Koser, and Mrs. Corprew’s students collected nearly 500 pairs of socks for people in need in our community!  This was a part of their monthly Random Acts of Kindness. We are so proud of their efforts and commitment! All socks were donated to So Others Might Eat (SOME), a non- profit organization in Washington, DC. 


Looking for ways to earn SSL hours—or just to serve needs in the community? Use the red box on the Montgomery County Volunteer Center’s website (http://montgomeryserves.org/) to find opportunities by keyword, date, location, and more. Those marked with a graduation cap are pre-approved for SSL hours.


Mandatory Training -- Regarding Child Abuse and Neglect

MCPS link

Letter sent home from LPMS    


 Homeroom and Fly Time Lists - updated 8.30.16


School Supply List for 2016-17



      MCPS Administration of EpiPens 



     Asbestos Notification - Spanish


     New Immunization Requirements


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