Louisville Middle School



Dear LMS Families,

We have Parent-Teacher Conferences coming up next week. We still have many time slots available and you can still sign up at this link. (See below for specific directions and details.)

We want to share some helpful tips so you can get the most out of the limited time you have with your child’s teachers. Below are some helpful questions that you can ask. Choose your top two or three questions and be ready for your time. Your child's teacher will appreciate your active participation and these questions may help focus sharing in ways that best serve you all.

  • What kinds of questions do you suggest that I ask my children on a daily basis about your class?

  • How can I help my child be more academically ready to learn and academically mature?

  • How is my child doing academically? Are they performing at grade level?

  • What do you see as their strengths?

  • In what areas could they improve?

  • Does my child do all the assigned work, including homework?

  • How is my child doing socially and emotionally in class?

  • Do you feel like my child is doing their best?

  • Does my child need extra help in any areas?

  • What do you recommend we do at home to support what you're doing in the classroom?

  • How can we communicate more frequently about how my child is progressing in your class?

Enjoy your time and please take full advantage of this opportunity to meet your teachers! They are the best group you will find and we are all excited to share with you as we represent the House of PRIDE.


Chris Meyer,


Have you contributed to the Pirate Pride Challenge?

Calling all Pirate Families! Remember the days of chocolate and wrapping paper sales, jump-a-thons and jog-a-thons? Louisville Middle has cast these aside and we have replaced them all with "The ONE and ONLY LMS Fundraiser" - The PIRATE PRIDE CHALLENGE. It's quick, it's easy, 100% of the donation goes directly to support your child's education. We suggest $150 per student. Nearly every program at LMS is supported or enhanced with your fundraising dollars. Every student benefits! Donate at this link today!

Save the Date

Sept. 26 - Oct. 10 Pupil Funding Count Window

Oct. 11 Parent/Teacher Conferences (In Person), 4-8:30 pm

Oct. 13 Parent/Teacher Conferences (In Person), 4-8:30 pm

Oct. 14 6/7 Volleyball, Session 2 starts, 3:55-4:55 Main Gym

Oct. 17 Professional Development Day - No School

Oct. 17 Parent/Teacher Conferences (Virtual), 3:30-8:30 pm

Oct. 20 Picture Retake Day

Nov. 2 8th Grade Girls Basketball Starts

Nov. 3 Registration Deadline for 8th Grade Girls Basketball

Nov. 11 Veterans Day - No School

Nov. 21-25 No School - Conference Exchange Days/Thanksgiving

Dec. 19-31 Winter Break

Jan. 2 & 3 No School for Students - Teacher Work Day


  • JOIN THE HOUSE OF PRIDE! We have a fantastic opportunity to join our team! We are looking for a Special Education Paraeducator. This is a great position to work with students throughout the school in a half-time (or more) position. If you are interested, see details on the BVSD job posting site and feel free to reach out to Mr. Meyer for more information.

    • This sport requires a current Physical on file in the LMS office

    • Season Dates: 11/2/22 - 12/14/22, 3:50-5:00 pm M-F

    • Please Register in rSchool

    • $85 payment must be made in Revtrak

    • Deadline to register is 11/3/22

    • Students will get season information at first practice

    • Come prepared to play on 11/2/22

  • Lost and Found will be displayed at In-Person Conferences 10/11 & 10/13. Unclaimed items will be bagged and donated to charity on Friday, 11/4/22.

Conference Sign Up Information

We are offering two nights of in-person conferences on 10/11 & 10/13 from 4:00pm-8:30pm as well as one night of virtual conferences on 10/17 from 3:30pm-8:30pm. Please sign up through the Help at Schools link that was emailed directly to you from Help at Schools on 9/30. Conferences are 5 minutes long, both in-person and virtual. Take a look at the location of your teachers, below, when signing up and allow yourself time to move from one room in the building to the next between conferences.

GYM: McKaig, Harrison, Z. Wilson, Joseph, O'Connor, VanIwarden, J.Hill, Auday, Mischke, White, Kragor, Browning, Asselin, B.Hill, Allen

MPR: Chu, Van Zante, Carew, Konz, Gauthier, Carmalt, Brinza, G-West, O'Donovan, Shea, Moriearty, Myers, Carmichael, Urbi

In Classrooms: Cordova Room 146, Clifford Rm. 145, deVos Rm. 150, Astras Rm. 116, Biala Rm. 117, M. Wilson (Slade) Rm. 118


Parent/Teacher Conferences are Oct 11,13 and 17 - HELP Needed!

The PTO will be providing dinner for our amazing teachers on conference nights and need your help! We are doing a Chipotle Night, Soup/Chili and Salad Night and a Sandwich Bar night. Please see the Help at School below to see where you can help!


Immunization deadline is approaching

Don’t forget - CO State law requires immunizations or a certificate of exemption against many vaccine-preventable diseases for school attendance.

Documentation Deadline - October 28th

In compliance with State law, students that do not have required immunizations, a plan to get the required immunizations, or a current certificate of exemption, will not be permitted to attend school after October 31, 2022.

Check your child’s immunization record status:

You can check the immunization status of your child in the IC Parent Portal under Health.

If you need to update immunization records or exemption certifications for your child, you can submit documentation directly to our health team (cheryl.craytor@bvsd.org) or provide a copy to the office.

IMPORTANT: Non-medical exemptions expire June 30th of each year and must be re-submitted annually. See CDPHE Exemptions for more information on exemption certificates.

Need immunization help?

Our public health partners are available if you have questions or need resources. Explore the links below for more on immunization clinics and other resources they provide.

Boulder County

City and County of Broomfield


  • An Important Time to Talk Health Coverage
  • Is your student without health insurance? Having health insurance is critical for children to thrive at school and in life. Children with health insurance are more likely to complete high school and graduate college compared with their peers who don’t have access to care.

    Health coverage for kids benefits everyone. Studies have shown that children with health coverage are less likely to miss school due to illness and are better prepared to learn, meaning fewer missed days of work for parents. Fewer missed school days may also allow kids and teens to stay involved with after-school activities like clubs and sports. Parents can visit Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) to learn more and apply for health coverage.

  • Chromebook Health Tips: Please encourage your child to turn off their Chromebook completely every day. That will help it work better. Also, if you notice they have nine zillion tabs open, encourage them to close them. Many students are trying to access Google Classroom, Schoology, etc. through open tabs rather than the SSO.

  • Milk Caps for Moolah Calling all Longmont Dairy customers! LMS participates in the Milk Caps for Moola program and earns 5¢ per cap. The collection box is located near the main entrance of LMS. Thanks to Longmont Dairy for supporting programs at LMS!

  • Common Sense Parenting Classes October 5th, 12th & 19th from 6-7 PM online

    Common Sense Parenting® (CSP) is a practical, skill-based parenting program that can be applied to every family; including those who have children with special needs. The program's logical strategies and easy-to-learn techniques address issues of communication, discipline, decision making, relationships, self-control and school success. These classes are for parents of kids ages 3 to 16. Click here for a flier with more information.

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Hello LMS Pirates!

Please use our website for information or feel free to reach out with anything. If the link isn’t working, please visit our website to access the Counselor’s Corner.

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Congratulations to our First Quarter Louisville Leaders: Kylee Hartmann, Thomas Cole, CJ Van Horn, Zach Zalusky, Mel Bliss, Norah Durbin, Brissia Alas Guerra, Eliza Ciplet, Sam Rips, Arik Pukitis, Summer Bartich, Fia Madigan, Josie Todaro, Carmen Hander, and Autumn Elliott