The Lion's Roar
Summer Edition July 2021
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Just Imagine the possibility of the following district structure:
Early Childhood: PK - 1
School 4 & School 5: Grades 2 - 5
Middle School: Grades 6 - 8
High School: Grades 9 - 12
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SAFETY VESTIBULES FOR OUR SCHOOLS
The District has "adopted" some new temporary classroom units (TCUs) which will provide LMS with 6 additional classrooms which are desperately needed right now to address some immediate overcrowding needs at this time. The TCUs will have air conditioning, bathrooms, and the amenities of a traditional classroom. We will also be installing an awning for inclement weather so students can travel back and forth to the main building.
These units will remain until we can hopefully move forward with the construction of a new PK, K, and 1st grade building. The new PK, K, and 1st grade building will allow us to relocate our 5th grade students back into the elementary schools (School 4 and School 5). Removing an entire grade level from LMS will resolve the current overcrowding issue at LMS.
Overcrowding issues impact student programming. Once we address our overcrowding needs, we can then focus on expanding our student program offerings!
High School students have also been offered opportunities for on-site enrichment in the areas of science, technology, and the arts. Our students who are in need of course recovery credits are engaging in remote learning through online recovery learning modules facilitated by our high school teaching staff. This format best accommodates our high school student needs as they balance work, marching band, and sport schedules over the summer months.
A trip to Ocean City to learn about business operations and to make their own pizza at Manco & Manco Pizza Place.
Unified Mural Activity (Thank you to Javi, Lindenwold alumnus!)
Counting and preparing our money for public transportation. Time to go to lunch in Collingswood.
If you have those special books you can share with others, please stop by Driftaway Cafe in Lindenwold (near the High School) to drop off your books in the book bin. You can make your donation there. When you donate your books to Booksmiles, the books end up in the hands of teachers and children. They are NEVER sold. They are donated to families, children, and to teachers. Books of all ages (board boards to adult level reading books) are welcome!
Congressman Donald Norcross visited Mr. Larry Abrams (LHS English Teacher and Founder of Booksmiles.org)
Congressman Andy Kim stopped by Booksmiles.org. So did Lindenwold teachers who received donations for their 7th and 8th grade ESY classrooms.
Booksmiles goal: All children should have their personal library