LMS Families Update

January 2023

Contact Information

Jon Grow, Principal

Erin Blansfield, Assistant Principal

Becky Mielke-Mann, Assistant Principal

Kia McKinney, 6th Grade Counselor

James Freeman, 7th Grade Counslor

David Gibbons, 8th Grade Counselor

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Happy New Year, LMS!

Welcome to 2023!

As we come back to the school from Winter Break on Monday, teachers will be focusing on getting back into our routines and reviewing LMS PRIDE and Expectations. Please remind your students to return with a charged laptop and get plenty of rest. The beginning of the New Year is a great time to refocus on personal goals and finishing quarter 2 strong. Take some time to talk with your students about their goals and what they want to accomplish. Every day is a new start! Let's start 2023 with a positive outlook! Go Wildcats!

Coming up!

Jan. 2- Return from Winter Break

Jan. 9-10- Math iReady (in class)

Jan. 11-12- ELA iReady (in class)

Jan. 12- WIDA Begins

Jan. 16- No School (MLK Day)-- Unity March at LMS

Jan. 24- Winter Dance

Jan. 24- 1/2 Day (Grades)

Jan. 25- No School (Transition Day)

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Something To Think About...

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Congrats to LMS Carson Scholar Nominee, Rowan Clemens!

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Inclement Weather Day Plan for Students

The Maryland Department of Education is allowing districts to use three (3) asynchronous inclement weather days as virtual learning days. This limits the number of days that would normally have to be added on to the end of the school year.

Secondary: Students will be able to access their assignments offline without the need for Internet/Wi-Fi access using their school-issued device. Assignments will be brief and a review of material already covered in the classroom. Work will be due shortly after school is back in session and will count as attendance for the virtual day.



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CCPS is committed to providing a safe, respectful, nurturing educational environment where the worth and dignity of individuals are valued and their safety and rights are protected. Behaviors that compromise this environment, interfere with school operations or are otherwise contrary to the basic mission of our public schools will not be tolerated. Bullying, hazing, harassment or other discrimination affecting a student or a staff member should be reported by a victim, parent/guardian, witness, staff member or other person having knowledge.

Staff members with knowledge of such conduct are required to promptly report it to the building principal.

Caroline County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in its educational programs, and in employment, on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or disability.