This Week At LCMS

Los Coyotes Middle School

April 1 - 5, 2019

*** Conference Week ~ Dismissal at 1:15 ***


April 1

~ dismissal @ 1:15 pm


April 2 ~ Autism Awareness Day

~ Spirit Day ~ wear BLUE to support Autism

~ dismissal @ 1:15 pm

~ SBAC Parent Night @ 6pm


April 3

~ dismissal @ 1:15 pm


April 4

~ dismissal @ 1:15 pm


April 5

~ Spring & 8th gr pictures

~ dismissal @ 1:15 pm


Save the Date:

April 8 - 12 ~ 8th gr SBAC

April 15 - 18 ~ 7th gr SBAC

April 19 -28 ~ Spring Break

April 30 - May 3 ~ 6th gr SBAC

Quote of the Week

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Good Call Home

Congratulations to: Sadie Borgens, Pearl Yoon, Vicente Cortez, Jaden Cdebaca & Timothy Hong who all received a "Good Call Home" from Ms. Cammarata and Dr. Muniz. Keep up the great work!!
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Conference Week Schedule

MINIMUM DAY SCHEDULE: 8:35 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.

In-person conferences will be held in 15-minute increments to ensure that as many parents as possible have access to teachers. If you would like to speak to a teacher and are not able to meet during the hours listed below, please email that teacher or write a note and turn it in to the office. When possible, please conference via email or telephone or plan to attend during the times and alphabetic designations noted below:

Conference Schedule Time Student Last Name

Monday, April 1 1:30-3:30 p.m. A-F

Tuesday, April 2 1:30-3:30 p.m. G-L

Wednesday, April 3 1:30-3:30 p.m. M-Q

Thursday, April 4 1:30-3:30 p.m. R-Z

Friday, April 5 Teacher-initiated appointments only

Location

Teachers will be in their regular classrooms during the 1:30-3:30 p.m. conference time.

A map of campus is available on the reverse of this letter with room numbers and teacher names.

The Physical Education teachers will be in the locker room areas---Rooms 100 and 200.

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Autism Awareness Day ~ April 2 ~ Wear BLUE


  • In 2018 the CDC determined that approximately 1 in 59 children is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

    • 1 in 37 boys

    • 1 in 151 girls

  • Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls.

  • Most children were still being diagnosed after age 4, though autism can be reliably diagnosed as early as age 2.

  • 31% of children with ASD have an intellectual disability (intelligence quotient [IQ] <70), 25% are in the borderline range (IQ 71–85), and 44% have IQ scores in the average to above average range (i.e., IQ >85).

  • Autism affects all ethnic and socioeconomic groups.

  • Minority groups tend to be diagnosed later and less often.

  • Early intervention affords the best opportunity to support healthy development and deliver benefits across the lifespan.

  • There is no medical detection for autism.

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Great Things Happening in the Classroom

SBAC Parent Night ~ April 2

Come to our Parent SBAC night. Want to now what your student needs to do to prepare? Do you have questions? Let us answer them for you.
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7th gr Dinner & Trivia Night

Thank you to PTA for a fun night of tacos and trivia for families, students and staff! Big shout out to Sue Wilcox and Hayara Ek for writing all the trivia questions. It was great see the teachers come out for a night of fun as well!

TDAP Vaccination

TDAP Vaccination verification is needed in order to start 7th gr. Please bring in your verification to Ms. Martha in the office (8am - 4pm).
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LCMS Caring for a Cure

Help fundraise for Relay for Life! Get your ducks for the Derby Duck Race!


http://www.duckrace.com/lamirada/teams/5760/18238
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