March Newsletter 2022
A Message from Mrs. Connelly...
Greetings LMS Family,
Spring sports are gearing up and our student-athletes are working hard!
The 21st Century staff has done a fabulous job enhancing our program and there are AM opportunities! There are still spots available for the spring. Send the student to the office for the necessary paperwork. If your child is already attending the program, please assure that they are attending. There are students that are waiting for spots throughout the year and to hold one for a student that does not attend does not make sense.
This is the final call for AM and PM Academy! Don't miss this great learning opportunity! We will be starting in March!
PSSA Testing Windows - ELA April 25 - April 29, Math May 2 - May 6, Science (8th grade) May 9 - May 13. Please plan trips and appointments with these dates in mind. - Thank you!
Parents, talk to your children about their academic goals! Ask them about their grades. Reading 30 minutes every day is a great place to begin!
Great things are happening at LMS and we are very proud of our students.
Team and Department NEWS!
Team 1 Spotlight Students
Three adjectives that describe you: I am cool, silent, and a chill person. Activities you do in your spare time: I like to play football, basketball, watch TV, and spend time with my family. Short term goal: I want to pass middle school. Long term goal: I want to join the football and basketball team.
Team 3 March Spotlight Students!
Jalyssa describes herself as funny, kind, and weird (but in a good way). She likes to participate in musicals, soccer, chorus, and orchestra. Jalyssa's short-term goal is to get all A's this semester. Her long-term goal is to have a good career in her future. Jalyssa is currently reading El Deafo by Cece Bell.
Three adjectives that describe you: I am funny, kind, and I work hard. Hobbies: I like playing video games, going on walks, and enjoying life. Short-term goal: I hope to get all A's by the end of this school year. Long-term goal: I am working to become a video game tester as a job in my adult life.
How would you describe yourself? -I would describe myself as creative and caring. What is one stand-out quality that you have? What activities/hobbies do you enjoy outside of school? -I like to write and read a lot and I feel I think differently than others. What is one short-term goal you have?
TEAM 7 STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS
Team 7 would like to congratulate Jessica Longo and Aiden Baez for being chosen as the students of the month! We are so proud of their work ethic and positive attitude. Keep up the good work! How would they describe themselves: I would describe myself as nice, kind, and a funny person.
Team 10 Spotlight Students
Alejandro is a thoughtful new member of team 10. He is in 6th grade. He considers himself to be a timid and kind person. He is usually quiet and always calmly thinks before acting. His quality that stands out the most is his resilience with his assignments. He enjoys playing video games.
Special Education Supports:
Itinerant Support Teachers and Contact Information Supplemental Learning Support Teachers and Contact Information Emotional Support Teachers and Contact Information Autistic Support Teacher and Contact Information Life Skills Support Teachers and Contact Information Speech and Language Therapy
If you would like to help backstage with Matilda Jr. please fill out the form that is linked to this post! Please understand that we cannot take everyone who wishes to help. We will choose students based on grade level (8th graders first, then 7th, then 6th) and grades (if you are failing any classes, you will not be chosen to help- doing well in school comes first!)