Weekly Update May 3-7
Takiyah Benson, Assistant Principal
Richard Petroske, Assistant Principal
Ann Ferkler, 8th Grade Counselor
Kia McKinney, 7th Grade Counselor
David Gibbons, 6th Grade Counsleor
A Message from Mr. Shepler
This week we celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week!! I am so proud to work closely alongside such a dedicated group of educators. Our LMS staff, along with all CCPS educators, have worked so extremely hard this year providing instruction in various formats. Our teachers arrive early to get ready for our students in the morning and they work overtime to make sure that they are meeting the needs of all students. Please take an opportunity to #ThankATeacher this week!
Our last Citizens Advisory Council meeting was held on Tuesday, April 27th. I greatly appreciate those parents who consistently attended our meetings to receive updated information and share input on the school year. One of the goals found within the CCPS Strategic Plan is a focus on communication. Along with staying updated with weekly newsletters, Facebook posts, website updates, and School Messenger emails/calls, participation in the Community Advisory Council is a great way to be even more involved in your child's education. Thank you again to those that joined us for monthly meetings this school year!
A few upcoming events:
- May 3rd-7th- Teacher Appreciation Week
- May 10th- iReady ELA 7:45 AM- 10:10 AM
- May 12th- Midterm
- May 17th- Q4 Interim Reports Issued
- may 31st- No School- Memorial Day
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.
Lockerman Middle School
May A Day/B Day Calendar
Picture Submissions for Yearbook
Please make sure the picture is taken with your student standing in front of a plain wall/background.
LMS Yearbook Sales
CCPS CTE Virtual Information Night
A Message from our School Nurse- Repost
Attention 6th Grade Parents-
Letters were sent home last week to 6th grade students who need proof of Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines before entering the 7th grade. It is a state requirement that students have these vaccines before entering the 7th grade. If parents received a letter, they need to make an appointment with their child's provider to get their child immunized and send in proof to the school nurse or their child will not be able to attend in person learning starting the 2021-2022 school year.