Greetings LMS Family,
It is that time of year! The winter weather is here! Please see the district website, www.lebanon.k12.pa.us, for delays, cancellations, and dismissals.
If you need help with jackets or warm clothes for your family please let us know. Contact Mr. Barroso firstname.lastname@example.org. He is here to help us out!
The 21st Century staff has done a fabulous job getting our program up and running! There can take a few more students. If you would like to join, stop in the office for a form.
PBIS is our Positive Behavior Intervention and Support program. LMS is working to build the program to make our school an even better place. Encourage your children to save their prize tickets so that they can shop for great rewards.
It is not too early to begin talking to your children about their academic goals for the new year! Reading 30 minutes every day is a great place to begin!
Please remind your children that they need to be in there seat in their first period class by 8:00 am. The doors open at 7:45 am and they need to get to their lockers and prepare for their day in a timely fashion.
We are very proud of our students! The second report card came out on December 3rd and we are in our third marking period. It is hard to believe that 2021 is ending and we are looking forward to an incredible 2022.
Please have your child show you their grades and assignments on Schoology. You will also see their messages from their team teachers.
Team 1's Spotlight Students
Three adjectives that Yanielis say describe her are nice, helpful, and caring. In her spare time you will find her watching tv, helping her sisters with their homework, cleaning the house, and playing with her dog. A short term goal that she has set for herself is to get straight A's.
Team 3 Spotlight Students!
Jalyssa describes herself as caring, sweet, and funny. She plays soccer, enjoys making crafts, and loves to doodle. Jalyssa's short-term goal is to learn how to bake desserts. Her long-term goal is to pass her driver's license test. Jalyssa is currently reading Upside Down Magic by Emily Jenkins.
Team Four News
All the news that's fit to freeze... What is the biggest difference about school this year compared with last year? The biggest difference from last year to this year is that everything is back to normal and we are in school every day. What have you liked learning about most so far this year?
Adjectives to describe you: I have curly brown hair, blue eyes, glasses, and I'm quiet. Activities/Hobbies: Some activities and hobbies of mine are reading, writing, playing the cello, playing the tenor saxophone, singing, arguing, playing video games, and using my phone. Short Term Goal: A short term goal I have is to finish the year with straight A's.
How would you describe yourself? -I would describe myself as kind. What is one stand-out quality that you have? What activities/hobbies do you enjoy outside of school? -One stand out quality that I have is that I can tear someone's ear off. What is one short-term goal you have?
TEAM 7 STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS
Team 7 would like to congratulate Juneira Zambrano Santiago and Daniel Hershey for being chosen as the students of the month! We are so proud of their work ethic and positive attitude. Keep up the good work! How they describe themselves: I would describe myself as a helpful and a funny person.
Team 9 December News
Three words that describe myself are nice, shy, and respectful. Some of my standout qualities are being determined to do my work and helping others understand things. Some of my activities are reading, cooking, and drawing. My short term goal is to pass 8th grade with nothing lower than an 80%.
Team 10 Spotlight Students
Logan is a thoughtful new member of team 10 who is in 6th grade. He considers himself to be a calm person. His quality that stands out the most is his resilience with his assignments. He partakes in many hobbies. He enjoys playing video games, skateboarding, and biking.
LMS Newsletter-English Language Development Team Honoring our Students of the Month! Miss McDonald's and Mrs. Sable-Cuthbertson's classes are getting into the giving season by sending thank you letters to the teachers, staff, and family members who they are most thankful for in their lives.
Special Education Supports:
Itinerant Support Teachers and Contact Information Supplemental Learning Support Teachers and Contact Information Emotional Support Teachers and Contact Information Autistic Support Teacher and Contact Information Life Skills Support Teachers and Contact Information Speech and Language Therapy
Special Area Student of the Month
The Art Department would like to congratulate Juan Rodriguez for being chosen as December's Student of the Month! Juan stands out in Art due to his hard-working nature and realistic approach in the classroom. Juan is a member of the Art Club and brings the same dedication to his work after school.
The Counselor's Corner
My name is Miss Kristina Young. I received my undergraduate degree from Bloomsburg University with a Bachelor's in Creative Writing in 2015. Since early October, I have worked as an intern alongside the school counselors at Lebanon Middle School. As an intern, my career interests include ways to increase positive peer relations and stress management.