LCMS WEEKLY NEWSLETTER

Tami Gunset

YOUR ARE CAPABLE OF AMAZING THINGS!

Parents,

What an exciting weekend for our students! Our basketball teams finished up a successful season. We also had four students advance to the State Science Fair. LCMS hosted our biggest TMSCA meet as our students prepare for their state qualifying meets. FBLA competed a couple of weeks ago and several members qualified for State in that competition, as well. I am very proud of all their hard work and look forward to their representation of LCMS at the STATE level.


Please begin to monitor your student's grades as we only have FOUR weeks left in this third nine-week grading period. It is important that your child comes in for morning tutorials with their teachers in the classes they are struggling in. Teachers are available at 7:55am each morning.

Valograms Sales

Okay, Middle School, get your hearts out! It's February, the month of love and friendship, and we Pirates know how to show it!


LCMS Student Council will start selling the ever-popular Valograms on Wednesday (2-5-20) in the cafeteria through next week until Thursday, February 13.


For just $1.00, send a self-styled, hand-written message on a colorful card complete with a lollipop to your friends, teachers, crush, or even yourself!


There are several fun memes including Grumpy Kitty, My Hero Academia, and more!


Deliveries will be made during sixth period on Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14.


So c'mon... support StuCo and "show the love" -- buy a Valogram!

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2020 Regional Science Fair Participants

Congratulations for ADVANCING to STATE Science Fair with your project. We are very proud of you and all your hard work. Good luck at State!

Sweepstakes Award 6th Grade SPRSEF 2020

Congratulation to Mrs. Cude for her special recognition at the Regional Science Fair.

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FBLA Area Conference in Brownfield Results

We are very proud of each of these students for competing in the FBLA Area Conference and representing LCMS. Good Luck to the State qualifiers that will compete in March in Galveston.


Computer Slide Show Presentation


Sam Marcinkowski - 2nd place

Aubree Sloan - 3rd place


Critical Thinking

Cassidy Guetersloh, Kate Ross, Maggie Abernathy - 1st place

Emilie Puckett, Jerrikah Plank, Peyton Robbins - 3rd place

Merideth Weddle - 4th place


Elevator Speech

Molly West - 1st place

Parker Wilson - 2nd place

Allee Cowart - 3rd place


Informative Speaking

Evan Stacey - 1st place

Jackson Austin - 2nd place

Cole Stanzione -3rd place


Multimedia and Website Development

Mallory Pena - 2nd place

Savannah Woods - 3rd place


Business Etiquette

Easton Barnhill - 3rd place

Anna Everett - 4th place

Holden Hefner - 7th place


Business Math and Financial Literacy

Aloren Flake - 1st place

Kyler McDowell - 2nd place

Daelynn Varela - 4th place


Career Exploration

Trenton Flores - 2nd place

Addison Gunset - 3rd place


Digital Citizenship

Brooke Mikeska - 1st place

Hailey Guzman - 2nd place


Intro to Computer Science and Coding

Leo Wang - 1st place


Spelling

Kayleigh Goodnight - 1st place


The FBLA is known as competitive events, recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. FBLA competitive events also prepare students for successful careers in business by providing opportunities to apply classroom concepts in a workforce-simulated competitive environment.

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Congratulations to our Boys and Girls A Team Basketball

WE ARE SO VERY PROUD OF OUR COACHES AND PLAYERS THIS BASKETBALL SEASON. THEY HAVE WORKED EVERY TIME THEY STEPPED ON THE COURT.

7th A Boys Team - CITY CHAMPIONS

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8th Grade Boys A Team

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7th Grade Girls A Team

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8th Grade Girls A Team

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LCMS TMSCA RESULTS

LCMS hosted a TMSCA meet this past weekend. . Thank you so much to the following people who volunteered to make this one of the greatest meets ever!


Jane Letbetter, Amy Hendricks, Staci Mullins, Donna Hillstrom, Shawn Sparkman, Sue Flournoy, Sarah Molinar, Nate Mullins


Congratulations to the following students for amazing scores!


Ethan Rea - 2nd place in Number Sense, 9th place in math, and 2nd place in science


Kinley Jacobs - 4th place in Number Sense, 9th place in math


Taye Brooks - 5ht place in math


Abigail Morphis - 7th place in science

Next Two Week Calendar Events

Thursday, February 13 - UIL Public Performance @ PAC (6pm)

Friday, February 14 - Happy Valentines Day

Saturday, February 15 - UIL Theatre Competition @ Estacado HS (3:30pm)

Monday, February 17 - Presidents Day - Staff/Student Holiday

Thursday, February 20 - School Board Meeting @ Central Office (7pm)

Friday, February 28 - iPod, Hat and Holey Jean Day ($1 per item)

LCISD Offers Dyslexia Simulation for Parents - Mar. 10

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Blues Traveler to Benefit Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation

Tables are available NOW for An Evening with Blues Traveler on Saturday, April 18, 2020 at United Supermarkets Arena! Presented by the Lubbock-Cooper Education Foundation and First United Bank, the concert is the premier fundraising event supporting scholarships for graduating Lubbock-Cooper seniors and innovative grants for Lubbock-Cooper educators! Ticket sales will open soon, but tables are available now and selling quickly!

Don't miss this evening of entertainment in support of Pirate education...secure your table today! For more information or to purchase a table, email lubbockcooperfoundation@gmail.com or call (806) 535-9468!

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Federal Report Card

Lost or Damaged iPads

If a student has a lost or damaged iPad, please fill out the form available through the link below as soon as possible.


https://url.lcisd.net/hslostipad

Attendance Reminders for LCMS:

  • School begins at 8:20 AM.
  • First bell rings at 8:15 AM.
  • Tardy bell rings at 8:20 AM.
  • Any arrivals after 8:45 AM are counted as an absence for 1st period.
  • If your student is ill, please call in by 9:30 AM. The attendance line phone number is (806) 863-7184 (Melissa Atencio) – it is important to call the attendance line rather than the main line to report an absence.
  • Students are allowed up to seven days excused with a parent phone call or parent note.
  • After a student's seventh absence, a doctor’s note is required.
  • Students are allowed one personal day per year (counted as an excused absence.) Written notice must be approved by campus principal three days prior to the absence. Please keep in mind that the personal day must be taken before the student's seventh absence.
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