Welcome to Lakelands Park Middle School!
Falcon Flier - June 2019
SUMMER MATERIALS - Math and English
Summer Reading Packet
Congratulations to Grace Adigun
(Grade 6 – Mr. Banks) and Julieth Vanegas Londono (Grade 8- Mrs. LaRue) for
being recognized as winners in the county-wide Mosaic Writing Contest!
Thank you to the students and teachers who participated in the
contest! Your support and encouragement is key in our success in the program.
Thank you to Lisa Reed for organizing the contest this year!
Summer School Information - Algebra and Fundamentals of Math
The Book Wars 8th grade team, The Flerkens, received a trophy for being the first place of District 2
last Friday, April 5. The sixth grade team, R.E.A.D., received a Team Spirit Award. Our school received the Top School Score in District 2. Special thanks to Jill, Elissa, and Lisa
Reed for chaperoning the event. Thank you too for all of your support.
Students Jordan Edelin and Elijah Snead won the 2019 Game Changers essay competition on "How is Responsibility Reflective in Your Community, School, and Family?"
HOMEWORK HOTLINE / Homework hotline promo
LPMS National Junior Art Honor Society students created 8
large scale paintings for Children’s Hospital. Project sponsor Youth Art for
Healing is a wonderful non-profit organization working to provide the respite
of art in regional healthcare settings.
All parents or
guardians of children ages 3 to 21 who are receiving special education and
related services through their local school system are invited to participate.
Eight LPMS students had work selected for the Youth Art Competition of Montgomery County, sponsored by the Federation of Women's Clubs. Congratulations to Larissa Halber for her 2nd place honor in the Middle School category and to Gianna Lindner who received Honorable Mention. Larissa's work will continue to the statewide competition this month. Good luck Larissa!
Falcon Flier Winter 2019
PARCC- 2017 Individual
School Progress Report
Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has posted the results of the
2017 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC),
and the High School Assessments on the Maryland Report Card (www.mdreportcard.org)
website. Click here to view (LakelandsPark Middle School) 2017 School Progress Report. The report provides state, county, and
individual school performance data, as well as information on student
attendance, high school graduation rates, and the professional qualifications
of teachers at the state, district, and school levels for the 2016‒2017 school
Eighteen STEM club members in six teams, attended the Invent the
Future Challenge Summit at Magruder High School on May 20. There were 40 middle
schools and 97 teams participated. Two of the teams received three awards.
The Stuck in the Box team (Matilda Goh, Sophia Lapp, Lynn Yambaye, Taylor
Hausman) received Originality and Potential Impact Awards. The Pixels (Ethan
Lopes, Logan Powell, Catherine Judge, Devon May) received a Judges' Choice
Award. We are very proud of them!
Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media empowers
parents, teachers, and students by providing unbiased information, trusted
advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and
technology. Common Sense Media helps families make smart
media choices. We offer the largest, most trusted library of independent
age-based and educational ratings and
reviews for movies, games, apps, TV shows, websites, books, and
recommended practice in preparation for the MAP-M. Students will be requested to enter
their most recent MAP-M scores. They will then be provided with the Kahn
Academy modules that correlate with their current math level. https://www.khanacademy.org/mappers
Math Materials - online MCPS resources (also linked on the side menu)
Affordable Internet at Home for Eligible Households
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)
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.
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
MCPS Administration of EpiPens
Asbestos Notification - Spanish