8 PTA Meeting 9:00 AM

12 Veterans Day Breakfast Program

21-23 Thanksgiving Break ~ NO SCHOOL

29 All Pro Parent meeting 7:15-7:45 AM

29 Wrestling Parent Meeting 7:00 PM

29 Wrestling Pay to Participate Fees Due

30 Winter 1 Sports Pictures 3:00 PM (Girls Bball)


We would like to thank those who were able to participate in our annual school fundraiser this year. The cookie dough and other edible products will be delivered to Learwood the week of November 4th. An email will go out to all families once a date has been confirmed.


School Closing Information To Parents and Guardians: When it becomes necessary to close Avon Lake City Schools due to inclement weather or other causes, the CodeRED system will be used whenever possible. Please continue to monitor the local radio and television stations, as they are also contacted requesting they include Avon Lake City Schools on their school closing lists.

School closings are also posted on our district website: www.avonlakecityschools.org. Parents and students are reminded not to call schools or school officials with questions about school closings. Normally, the decision to close school is made between 5:00 AM and 6:00 AM


The ANCHOR award is presented to students who exemplify the six prongs of Learwood's ANCHOR (Achievement, Nobility, Compassion, Hard Work, Optimistic, and Respect). Each team will designate four students each quarter that displays one of these six prongs. Students will be recognized for their achievement and will receive a luncheon with a friend.

The First Quarter ANCHOR Award recipients are:

Grade 8

Red Team

Erin Jagodzinski: Nobility

Andrew Lindner: Hard Work

Peyton Bush: Optimistic

Grace Weills: Respect

White Team

Brooke Bradley: Achievement

Carley Armbrecht: Compassion

Enam Mahayri: Optimistic

Jack Lion: Respect

Blue Team

Ty Banks: Achievement

Billy Kennedy: Nobility

Nick Miller: Compassion

Brock Brennan: Hard Work

Grade 7

Team 100

Mackenzie Anspaugh: Nobility

Tyler Hammond: Hard Work

Hamzeh Hamad: Optimistic

Zander Skiles: Respect

Team Anchorman

Avery Orille: Achievement

Kevin Kotyk: Compassion

Nathan Rafn Cantrell: Hard Work

Nathan Allemeier: Optimistic

Team Classy

Eilidh Allen: Achievement

Olivia Slivinski: Hard Work

Hattie Hobar: Optimistic

Tyler Fuente: Respect


Each quarter, our Essentials Teachers choose students who demonstrate extra effort, strong character and enthusiasm. You can view their reciognition video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djRcwDOSVZg&feature=youtu.be. Our first quarter Dream Team Award Recipients are:

Grade 7:

Nina Marnelli

Ella Dunleavy

Grace He

Hattie Rose Hobar

Daniel Krause

CT Ziegler

Olivia Slivinski

Zander Skiles

Paloma Sofía Baig

Grade 8:

Destiny Rasor

Seamus O’Connor

Camryn Tenbrink

Colin Plunkett

Brock Brennan

Fred Davis

Matthew O’Brien

Andrew Schilens

Riley Zaranko


Learwood Middle School is a voting site for the upcoming elections on November 6, 2018. Your child's safety in pinnacle to us, so we are taking great measures to keep the public away from our students. Voting will take place in the MPR, and the building is secured from the voting area. Additionally, our School Resource Officer will be on location.

If Learwood Middle School is your voting site, you will need to enter through the MPR, we cannot allow you to enter through the main entrance and then walk to the MPR.

If you are dropping your child off to school that day, please leave earlier than normal, because you will encounter additional traffic. Also be aware that others are not familiar with our traffic pattern and may try to create a shortcut to leave.

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Learwood has had a long-standing tradition of honoring our Veterans. It has been a great program and is appreciated by our students, staff, parents, community members, and most importantly, the Veterans (including Learwood's own Mr. Mark Brandt, Mrs. Sarah Lee, and Mr. Scott Peepers). This year we will be holding our recognition on Monday, November 12th. We have several students whose parents have or are currently serving in the armed forces, including some who are currently deployed. Veterans Day is not a holiday, it is a time for remembrance. Remembrance of our freedoms, our past, and the sacrifices of those who chose our country over their own lives. This year, our guest speaker will be Rear Admiral, Michael N. Parks, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired). We ask that students wear Red, White, and Blue clothing on Monday, November 12th.

If you or a family member are a Veteran and would like to join us for the breakfast and assembly, please RSVP to Mrs. Staley (440-933-8142) by Wednesday November 6th.

Boys Basketball

There are a couple of changes to the try out dates for boys basketball. This information has already been emailed and Tweeted (@V_Nuggud and @LearwoodSports). Additionally, these changes were also put on the morning announcements, and will continue next week. All students must a valid physical on file in order to try-out.

Grade 8 Tryout Dates and Time:

8th grade boys basketball tryouts will be held on Thursday Nov. 8th and Friday Nov. 9th from 5-7 at Learwood. All paperwork and physicals are due Wed Nov 7th.

Grade 7 Tryout Dates and Time:

7th grade boys basketball tryouts will be held from Nov. 12th, Nov. 14th, and Nov. 16th from 5-7 at Learwood. All paperwork and physicals are due Wed Nov 7th. Good Luck Shoremen!