Medieval Times Trip - 7th grade - Dec. 15 -
permission and payment form due on Nov 10
Don’t Miss This Event - Fright Night Dance – Friday,
October 27th 7pm to 9pm
SCARE up your friends, grab you costume either sweet or
scary, ghost or fairy, dead or alive, but don't be late for the LPMS PTSA
Fright Night Dance! This event is FREE and open to all LPMS students. Our DJ
will rock the night with hip tunes and cool sounds. You may see a few staff
members busting a move! Practice your best pose at our Not So Scary Photo
Booth, and be prepared to play some fun Halloween games. We have a couple of other
surprises up our spooky sleeves too. Refreshments will be sold so bring about
$10 or $15 ($1s appreciated) to quench your thirst or feed your belly.
myMCPS Parent Portal for Student Grades
(If a parent never received the "access code" in the mail in September, then they should contact Jessica D'Aiutolo at LPMS to receive a new copy.)
Directions (how to use it)
Montgomery County Public Schools Launches Campaign to Raise Funds for Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), in partnership with the Montgomery County Public Schools Educational Foundation, Inc., has launched the Hurricane Harvey Relief campaign to raise funds for students and families affected by Hurricane Harvey. “We must support all children and help each other in times of crisis,” said Superintendent Jack R. Smith. “MCPS is committed to supporting the victims of Hurricane Harvey.”
HOMEROOM LISTS FOR GRADES 6-7-8 (2017-2018)
FALCON FLIER - APRIL-JUNE 2017
Senator Cheryl Kagan visited Lakelands Park on
Friday, June 2, 2017. This is a photo of her and members of Lakelands’
Leadership Team, PTSA and SGA.
MOSAIC WRITING CONTEST
Congratulations to Gerber and Tejas for being recognized in the Mosaic: Celebrating Diversity Through Writing Contest!
NAVIANCE FAMILY CONNECTION
Connection is a web-based tool that provides self-discovery activities and
lessons to help students explore and plan their college and career goals, and
allows parents to also be involved in that planning. Students can discover their individual strengths
and talents, explore career and college options, and research the high school
courses they need to reach their goals.
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.
Congratulations to the LPMS
Advanced Orchestra who earned a rating of "Excellent" at their
successful Instrumental Music Adjudication on Thursday! Well played guys
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
Letter sent home from LPMS