Lane Intermediate Community Message

Nov 26, 2018 Patriot Pride @LaneWAWM

Mornings @ Lane

Now that the weather is cooler, please remind your son/daughter to dress accordingly. Students are outside until 7:35 am. However, breakfast is served starting at 7:15 am. Students are welcome to come to eat and sit in the cafeteria.

If students arrive before 7:15 am, students are not supervised. When the weather is extremely cold, students will enter school at 7:00 am.

Principal Message

Dear Lane Families,

I want to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving. I am thankful to work with your children every day. I really could not image not being a part of Lane and the great things I get to be a part of every day. I enjoy the interactions that I have with you and the West Allis community.

Come and support our first musical Madagascar Jr. opening night is November 29th @ Hale.

I hope to see you at there.

#Patriot Pride



Clubs will be starting soon.

Math Club -- see Mr. Kloiber

Wednesday during the day.

Chess Club -- Mr. Malin and Ms. Muyer

Monday after school 106

Book Club -- See Ms Duley /Ms Meyer

Tuesday - starting Oct.16

3:05 pm - 4:05 pm room 218


Starting Monday, October 1st

See Mr. Napoli with questions.

Cooking Club - See Ms. Merten

Wednesday, October 10th

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

The form is in the office there is limited space.

Rock Stars -- See Mr. Simons and Mr. Stolpe

Tuesday, October 2

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Makerspace / Tech Club -- See Mrs. Smith

Wednesday, October 3

3:00 pm - 3:45 pm

Movie Club -- See Mr. Brown


Happenings at Lane!

November 28 -- high school preview night @ Hale and Central

November 29, 30, and Dec 1 -- Madagascar Jr. @ Hale

Dec 7 -- Movie Night 3:30 - 5:30

Items Needed:

Next week, Fab Lab will be starting the project, The Gumball Machine. If you have a Mason or Ball jar, any size, with the lid, please send the jar to school. If your child does not have the class, feel free to drop extra jars off in the office.

Global - Future Cities

6th grade Global has been given the wonderful opportunity to participate in the Future Cities Competition. We will be working on this during class time in both Balanced Literacy and Science.

There are multiple components to this competition. Students will create a virtual city in SimCity, write a City Essay, create a City Model and City Presentation, as well as create a Project Plan to do throughout.

We will be doing an in-house competition in January. The two teams that win the in-house competition will move on to regionals. Regionals competition will be on Saturday, January 26th, 2019. Students will need transportation to the competition. If students win at regionals, they will have the opportunity to compete at nationals in D.C.

For the City Model, students should be collecting items from home, such as plastic containers, boxes, etc. that they think that they can use in their city.

For more information on Future Cities, feel free to check out the website:


If you do not have internet you may be interested in the Access program from AT&T. If you use SNAP (food Stamps) and don't owe ATT money, you qualify for $10/month internet.