LCMS Weekly Newsletter

By Tami Gunset


I hope that you have had a wonderful weekend. We have several busy weeks ahead of us, so please encourage your child to stay on top of their class work. If they are needing any extra help with their class assignments, please have them make arrangements with their teacher to come in at 7:55am or stay until 4:20pm, Monday through Thursday. This is a short five-week grading period.

There will be several events going on the Week of October 24 - Book Fair, breast cancer awareness dress-Up days and StuCo Haunted House, band concert and halftime performance at the Varsity Football game. Our football team will compete in the Zone Crossover games and volleyball has their end-of-season tournament. Encourage your child to get involved in the many activities taking place!

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Parents of Athletes that are being dropped off and picked up by LCMS Locker Rooms

ALL PARENTS should obey the traffic signs posted around campus. We still have a few parents driving the wrong way as they are dropping off or picking up athletes near the LCMS locker rooms. Please obey the one-way sign when dropping off or picking up your athlete. Too many cars are entering the wrong way and this can potentially cause an accident. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your understanding.

Pirates of the Month for October

Congratulations to the following students on being selected as this month's Pirates of the Month. Each month, LCMS staff chooses student Pirates of the Month. These students are chosen for their contributions to our school and community and for being caring, energetic students and good role models for others.

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Halloween for Hunger October 23

LCHS Organizations will host their annual canned food drive, Halloween for Hunger, from 1:00-4:00pm on October 23. Students will go door-to-door in select neighborhoods (listed below) to "trick or treat" for non-perishable food items. If you live in one of the selected areas and wish to participate but will not be home on October 23, you may leave your donation on your front porch for students to pick up. LCHS will also host a week-long food drive if you would prefer to drop donations off in the campus office. All proceeds will benefit South Plains Food Bank.

Target neighborhoods:
West Elementary area

Holy Spirit Catholic Church
South Haven
The Falls/Sunridge
Orchard Park

Vintage Township
Cooper Creek (North Elementary area)
Highland Oaks
Windsor Park
Timber Ridge
Saddle Club Estates
Kemper Estates
Indiana South

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Pink Out Week October 24-28

Monday, October 24 - Hat Day ($1.00)

Tuesday, October 25 - Holey jeans ($1.00)

Wednesday, October 26 - Pajama pants ($1.00)

Thursday, October 27 - Hawaiian Dress ($1.00)

Friday, October 28 - Pink ($1.00)

All money raised will be donated to Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Book Fair

The LCMS Book Fair is coming October 24-28. Students will visit the book fair with their ELAR lab classes throughout the week. Parents are invited to check out the book fair, just remember to check in through the office. On Wednesday, October 26, we will have an extended day for extra shopping, and the book fair will remain open through 5:00pm. The online fair is going on now at:

Come and enjoy the book fair!

Shop Online - Support our school by shopping online!

  • Send student wish lists to family and friends
  • Shop teachers' classroom wish list
  • Shop our expanded selection of books
  • Purchase books online or through the Book Fairs app
  • Shop online from October 19 - November 1

Student Council Haunted House - October 28

StuCo will be hosting a haunted house on Friday, October 28 from 6:00-8:30pm. Come visit our haunted house (concession stand available to purchase drinks and candy). Haunted House-goers will meet in the cafeteria and get their tickets to walk through the Haunted House. You will not want to miss this year's Haunted House!

*Parent volunteers are NEEDED, so please plan to assist as we host our Second Annual Haunted House.

Band Dessert Concert

Our Middle School band will host a concert on Tuesday, October 25 at 6:30pm in the Middle School Cafeteria. Please join us for a great evening of entertainment by our talented young musicians as they perform and auction off a variety of desserts.

Next Two Week Calender Events

Monday, October 17 - 7th grade Boys Football vs. Dunbar (6:00pm/7:15pm)

Tuesday, October 18 - 8th grade Boys Football vs. Dunbar (6:00pm/7:15pm)

Tuesday, October 18 - Fall Choir Concert @ PAC (6pm)

Tuesday, October 18 - Chick-Fil-A fundraiser (All Day) - 6416 82nd St

Thursday, October 20 - Girl's Volleyball @ LCMS vs. Cavazos (5:30pm/6:30pm)

Friday, October 21 - Picture Re-takes (8:00am)

Monday, October 24 - Friday, October 28 - Scholastic Book Fair (8:00am-4:00pm)

Monday, Ocotber 24 - Friday, Ocotber 28 - LCPink OUT dress-up days

Monday, October 24 - Football Zone Crossover

Tuesday, October 25 - Band Dessert Concert @ LCMS Cafeteria (6pm)

Tuesday, October 25 - Football Zone Crossover

Wednesday, October 25 - StuCo Conferece (8:15am-3:45pm)

Wednesday, October 26 - Football Zone Crossover

Thursday, Ocotber 27 - School Board Meeting @ LCMS Cafeteria (7:00pm)

Thursday, October 27 - Girls Volleyball End of Season Tournament

Friday, Ocotber 28 - iPod, Hat, and Holey Jean Day ($1.00 per item)

Friday, October 28 - Middle School Band to perform at Halftime of the Varsity Football

Friday, October 28 - StuCo Haunted House @ LCMS

Saturday, October 29 - StuCo Run, Walk & Roll Agianst Bullying @ Atkins MS (9am-12pm)

Monday, October 31 - Halloween

Friday, November 5 - End of 2nd Six Weeks

National Cyber Security Awareness

For the past 13 years, the Department of Homeland Security, the National Cyber Security Awareness Alliance, and other government, education, and industry leaders have designated October as “Cyber Security Awareness Month.” The TTU Office of the CIO participated in the inaugural campaign, and continues our campus and Lubbock Community efforts to raise awareness and promote online safety practices.

With the explosion of social networking applications and growing Internet activity, we are all responsible for protecting ourselves, our families, and our businesses online, as well as keeping our personal and business information secure.

We encourage you to visit our newly updated Cyber Security Awareness site for the community at On the website, you will also find a rich collection of cyber safety practices and information, such as avoiding identity theft, mobile device data protection, social networking tips, and other topics of interest to digital citizens. We have also added a blog to the cyber security website that will offer tips on timely topics throughout the year.

You can find additional information at these national resources:

Stop Think Connect

OnGuard Online

Stay Safe Online

Microsoft Safety & Security Center

National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education

Remember to think before you click and be vigilant about protecting your personal and business information.

Attendance Reminders for LCMS:

  • School begins at 8:15 AM.
  • First bell rings at 8:10 AM.
  • Tardy bell rings at 8:15 AM.
  • Any arrivals after 8:35 AM are counted as an absence for 1st period.
  • If your student is ill, please call in by 10:00 AM. The attendance line phone number is (806) 863-7184 (Sally Aguilar) – it is important to call the attendance line rather than the main line to report an absence.
  • Students are allowed up to seven days excused with a parent phone call or parent note.
  • After a student's seventh absence, a doctor’s note is required.
  • Students are allowed one personal day per year (counted as an excused absence.) Written notice must be approved by campus principal three days prior to the absence. Please keep in mind that the personal day must be taken before the student's seventh absence.

How to contact US!

Tami Gunset


Phillip Saffel

Assistant Principal

Kristen Underwood