Locust Grove Middle School

February 2016

What is PULSE?

PULSE is an acronym that stands for:

Providing

Undeniable

Learning

Support and

Encouragement

Advisory family mission: To build relationships and soft skills, and to prepare students for life in a variety of ways through the creation of small groups where students find a source of accountability and support.

These families will meet weekly, on Fridays, during our already established club/IF/pathway course time in order to participate in activities based on topics such as team building, character education, growth mindset, bullying, self-esteem, and academic analysis. Family sizes will be around 16 students to 1 adult.

We are excited about the opportunity that PULSE time will give us to connect with students outside of an academic environment, and we look forward to your support as we continue to personalize your student’s learning.

Ways to stay up to date:


  • Sign up for LGM Remind 101 by texting to 81010 message @lgmsinfo



  • View our Master Calendar located on the school webpage and here.
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students must turn in a permission slip in order to stay for the valentine dance

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Attention girls! Don't miss this great event. Click the parent letter below.

Academy for Advanced Studies Registration

Registration the for 2016-2017 school year for the Locust Grove School cluster will be on February 9 and 23 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Rising 9th grade students can register for classes at AAS with Locust Grove High School Counselors on those nights.

Updated GA Milestones Information

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Under Parent Resources, there are two new brochures designed to help parents understand the Individual Student Reports. These resources are labeled ‘Parent’s Guide to EOG Score Report’ and ‘Parent’s Guide to EOC Score Report.’ Thanks to Gwinnett County who created these brochures and allowed us to post for all.

march 1st voting information

On March 1st, you will be given the chance to vote for or against the upcoming E-SPLOST and bond referendum. See below for what the money will go towards if it is passed.
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The next Latte Chat will be March 24th.

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Print out the flyer below to order an 8th grade advertisement!

Trip Around Georgia Reminders:

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- The 3rd payment of $130.00 is due no later than March 5th.


**No refunds possible.**


- Students who are assigned to ISS two times or more/or who receive one assignment to OSS between the dates of November 1 and April 1 will NOT be allowed to attend the trip. Additionally, no refunds will be made. (Any questions or concerns about this policy should be directed to Mr. Townsend. Final decisions will ultimately be made at his discretion.)


- All students who attend the trip must be passing a minimum of three academic classes by April 1, 2015, or they will not be allowed to attend the trip.

calendar girl pageant information

The LGMS Calendar Girl Pageant will be held March 12, 2016. This event is open to LGMS girls in 6th, 7th and 8th grade. There will also be a Little Miss Wildcat for 3 yrs to 5th grade and a Miss Wildcat Supreme for girls in 9th - 12th grade.

This truly is a night to remember! Registration documents can be found on the school's homepage.

career day is coming

Do you work in one of the following industries?


Agriscience-Animals, Landscaping, Forestry, Veterinary Science

Nutrition

Healthcare Science

Audio-Video Technology

Fine Arts-Theatre, Vocal Performance, Musician

Early Childhood Education

Law and Justice

Business-Entrepreneur

Art-Fine Art, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, etc.

Architecture

Web Design

Engineering




If so, we need you! Career day will take place on Tuesday, March 8th and Wednesday, March 9th.


If you are able to spare a couple of hours on either of those days to talk about your career, please contact Ms. Bryant or Mr. Fordham in the counseling department.

Patrice.Bryant@henry.k12.ga.us or nick.fordham@henry.k12.ga.us

Check out our wonderful band!

2015-11-10 LGMS Band

congratulations!

Congrats to the following students for placing first in the school science fair!

Jayla Ray, Kenya Lampkin, Kionee Campbell

Madie Goin, Payton Witt

William Ward, Tyler Maddox, Coby Dempsey

Desire Gordan, Emily Griffiths

Blake Andrews, Salem Adams

Spencer Wilkins

Wesley Tyler

Ms. Parks' class field trip to meet the Locust Grove Mayor!

Check out our student led newsletter

go backstage with our production of the lion king

Lion King Jr day 1