Welcome to Lakelands Park Middle School!
December 10 – Winter Orchestras and Jazz Band Concert
December 11 – Winter Bands Concert
Parent Conferences are Monday, November 11th
Session 1: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Session 2: 4:45 – 6:30 p.m.
No appointment necessary – 5 minutes per teacher.
On Sunday the 13th, two LPMS students got
second and third place in a DC fencing challenge. They are 12 years old, but they beat older
fencers from the DMV area. Fryderyk
Wozniak (right) got the silver medal and Caleb Su (left) got the bronze.
Boys and Girls Basketball tryouts start
December 3- with Jim Reed and TBD
Boys and Girls Soccer tryouts start
March 2020 - with Sean Keiller and Anthony Tramontano
Bridge to Biliteracy Campaign
STUDENT TESTIMONIALS ... LPMS students share their perspectives on becoming bilingual and biliterate with MCPS
School Supply List for 2019-2020
We are happy to inform that Anish Mariappan participated in the International chess tournament during the summer and he attained 2nd place. Also he entered top 100 in the national level chess in his age group.
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!
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.
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!
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
Affordable Internet at Home for Eligible Households
myMCPS Parent Portal for Student Grades
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