Congratulations to our principal, Deborah Higdon. Mrs.
Higdon has been selected by the Montgomery County Junior Councils Awards
Department to receive the MCJC Principal of the Year award. This award
recognizes middle school principals who empower student leaders, support their
school's student government, and overall make their school a welcoming place
for all their students to excel in.
READING AND MATH SUMMER PACKETS
Falcon Flier - Spring 2016
6th Grade Summer Orientation -- July 7, July 26, August 17
Please call the Counseling Office (301-670-1410) to RSVP for one of these dates.
June - Final Exam Schedule
The final day to
turn in your permission slip and payment for the 8th grade dance/cruise
is this Friday, May 27.
- The 8th grade Promotion Ceremony will be held
Thursday, June 16. The ceremony will be held in the auditorium of Quince
Orchard High School and will begin promptly at 8:30 am. All students should
arrive at Q.O. between 8:00 – 8:15 a.m. No 8th grade students should
show up at LPMS on the 16th.
- Students attending the dance/cruise will leave from Q.O. at
9:45 a.m. to attend the Spirit of Washington dance/cruise. The cruise will take
place from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00p.m.
- Students will arrive back at LPMS from the cruise at
approximately 2:00 p.m. Students will receive their yearbooks at this time and
have a chance to sign yearbooks in the cafeteria.
LPMS 2015 - 2016 UNDEFEATED BOYS
/ GIRLS SOCCER TEAM
Radon Test Results
Radon Test Results - Español
General Information about Radon
General Information about Radon - Español
LPMS is proud to announce that Mary Gorie, her
SERT team, her SCB students, and building services have received the SERT Award
for recycling, conserving energy by turning off lights, and turning off Promethean
boards and computers when not in use.
Lakelands Park student art work on display at MCPS Art Fair
Book Wars is a competitive reading program, is in its 3rd
year in MCPS. There are eight middle schools participating this
year. Each year it wraps up with an interscholastic trivia competition
about the books in the program. Each participants were required to read 44
books. There were total of 50 students in district 2: Baker MS, Neelsville MS,
Ridgeview MS and Lakelands Park MS.