Lakeridge Middle School's weekly newsletter.
June 10, 2020
The yearbooks are here!
1. You will stay in your car.
2. When you pull up to the curb in the bus lane, a yearbook distribution helper (wearing a mask and maintaining social distance) will ask for your name and the name of the student(s) you are picking up yearbooks for. We will record this on our list.
3. You will pull forward to receive your yearbook(s).
*Eighth graders or students departing LMS may also drop off textbooks or chromebooks with staff.
**Locker pickup and lost and found items will also be available at this time for a final pickup opportunity. Please let the first person you speak to know you need to pickup these items as well.
NOTE: We recognize this is a short window of time that may not work for everyone. If you cannot come in person, you may have a friend pick up your child's yearbook to deliver to you. They will need to give your child's name and their name as the designated pickup person. Unclaimed yearbooks will be held over the summer and delivered to students when we return in the fall.
Celebrating our 8th Graders
Final Locker Pickup opportunity!
Thanks everyone who attended our previous locker pickups. If you could not attend on one of the designated days, the final opportunity is this Friday, June 12th from 1-3PM.
6th/7th grade - Keep your Chromebook and charger and textbooks over the summer.
8th grade - Return all textbooks, library books and your Chromebook and charger on June 4th.
Any 6th/7th student not returning to LMS for next year will return textbooks, Chromebook and charger on June 4th.
Year end info for current 6th and 7th Graders
Thanks for all your hard work this year. Keep your chromebook and charger along with your textbooks over the summer. We look forward to seeing you again when school resumes.
Students not returning to LMS next year:
Thanks for being part of our learning community. Please turn in all your materials (chromebooks, chargers, and textbooks) on June 12th from 1-3pm.
Summer Office Hours
Office phone number: 503-534-2343
Principal: Dr. Schultz 503-534-2344, email email@example.com
Assistant Principal: Ms. Knapp 503-534-2485, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish Immersion Transportation
Parents of students in the Spanish Immersion program: Here is a tentative update to the Immersion shuttle information so you can begin to plan for the fall. Please recognize that all of this is draft planning, as we wait for more information on plans for reopening schools. For example, if we can only have a limited number of students per bus route in the fall, then we may need to revise this plan.
For now we're planning to have the following 4 stops on the Northside of the Lake.
- Lake Oswego Church of Christ (Country Club & Knaus Rd)
- Carmen and Fosberg
- Melrose Dr & Westlake Dr
- Oakridge & Waluga or West Waluga Park Entrance
Routine and Repeated Reminders
Resources for Parents
As a school and district, we are committed to actively contributing to the healing and repair that is desperately needed in response to systemic racism. We strive to be a safe and inclusive community, which means we must disrupt racism and support our Black and African American students and families, as well as our community of color, and all members of our community. We have appreciated the partnership of parents during distance learning and as it concludes this week, we know there are critical conversations still to be had and much to be learned in the days and weeks ahead. As we all continue to learn our way forward, we hope for peace and safety for all, we watch for opportunities to listen and learn, we take action for positive change, and we trust that our future will be brighter than our past if we all work to build it together. Parents play the most important role in shaping their children's lives. We have included here some resources for you, should you need or want them. Thank you for the important role you play in the life of your child and the future of our community and world.