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LMS OLYMPIC DAY
We have added an additional behavior challenge to our Olympic Day. The PBIS Team has added the first annual Behavior Olympics! Target behaviors will be focused upon and rewarded! Ask your child how their team is doing in this competition! This exciting challenge will begin the week of April 4th. The winning team will have special access to great activities.
Please avoid the following dates when planning appointments or trips:
PSSA ELA for Grades 6,7,& 8: April 25 - 29
PSSA Math for Grades 6,7,& 8: May 2 - 6
PSSA Science for Grade 8: May 9 - 13
Keystone Math for Grade 8 Algebra B students in Grade 8: May 16 & 17
SPRING DRESS CODE REMINDERS
- Hoodies may not be worn in the building due to ongoing dress code issues.
- Pants with tears or rips may not expose skin above the outstretched fingertips.
- Shorts must be as long as outstretched fingertips.
- Shirts must cover the torso and shoulders - No tank tops, half shirts, crop tops, or spaghetti straps.
- Pajama pants are not acceptable pants.
You will find the full Student Dress Code in the Lebanon School District Parent and Student Guidebook on page 24. Thank you for your assistance in advance.
Team 3 April Spotlight Students!
Mya describes herself as smart, polite, and athletic. She has been playing soccer for the past nine years and has a lot of success. She is also going to play basketball next year. Mya's short-term goals are to stay on track with her schoolwork and get good grades.
TEAM 7 STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS
Team 7 would like to congratulate Danica Haggerty and Joshua Medlock 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 would they describe themselves: I would describe myself as very quiet.
Team 9 April News
Three word that describe my self are confident, smart, and funny.Some of my stand out qualities are being smart and beautiful.My short term goal is to start learning about marine biology.My long term goal is to go to college to study marine biology.I am currently re-reading The Outsiders.
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