LCMS Weekly Newsletter
By Tami Gunset
I hope you had a great Easter weekend. On TUESDAY, seventh graders will be taking the STAAR Writing exam. I am excited to see your student's hard work pay off on this state assessment. The staff and students have worked extremely hard and I am very proud of each and every one of them.
*** Students will need to bring their district provided iPad FULLY charged. STAAR will be given online, so it is extremely important that students are responsible about bringing their iPads to school with a full charge.
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
- 7th grade Writing STAAR
- 6th and 8th grade will be expected to participate in at-home, virtual learning (using your child's assigned district iPad).
Virtual AND Testing Dates for Middle School Students
On each testing date, some grade levels will test while others will be expected to participate in virtual learning from home.
If students are TESTING, students will be expected to be on-campus for the entire school day. If students are NOT TESTING, students will be expected to participate in at-home virtual learning (using your child's assigned district iPad).
FBLA State Results
TMSCA State Qualifiers
Girls Choir Advances
MS Boys and Girls Golf
Two Week Calendar Events
Tuesday, April 6 - 7th STAAR Writing
Tuesday, April 6 - 6th and 8th @ Home Virtual Learning (All Day)
Thursday, April 8 - 6th Grade Combined Choir Concert @ PAC (6pm)
Monday, April 12 - Staff Development / Student Holiday
Tuesday, April 13 - Boys/Girls ZONE Track Meet @ LCMS Field (5:00pm)
Wednesday, April 14 - Boys/Girls ZONE Track Meet @ LCMS Field (5:00pm)
Wednesday, April 14 - March of Dimes Campaign Begins for LCISD
Thursday, April 15 - School Board Meeting @ CO (7:00pm)
Information Regarding Upcoming Bond Election
Semester Final Exemption Criteria
Due to STAAR testing being so late in the semester, we will implement exemptions for the second semester.
In order to exempt a final, a student must have at least a 75 average for the semester and meet the following attendance requirements:
No more than three tardies in any one period (If the class is double-blocked, students cannot have five or more tardies for any one period to be eligible for an exemption)
No more than three absences in any one period of the class the student wants to exempt (If the class is double-blocked, students cannot have five or more absences for any one period to be eligible for an exemption)
Perfect attendance exemptions can be used for a class with a 70 average or above, as long as the student has met attendance requirements
Through unit assessment data, students must show progress through the spring semester
Library and Cafeteria fines need to be reconciled before exemptions can be signed for academics
LUBBOCK A-J AMAZING TEACHER OF THE MONTH Nominations NEEDED!
Each month, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and Ron Haley & Associates will recognize one teacher as the Amazing Teacher of the Month and they will be featured in print and on our publication’s website.
The Teacher of the Month will be eligible to win a national $5,000 monthly prize for themselves and $5,000 for their school! Whether you’re a student who’s learned from a great teacher, or a parent, here’s your chance to recognize an exemplary local teacher.
Nominate an educator to be recognized as the Amazing Teacher of the Month
and show them just how grateful you are for the work they put in.
Make your nominations now at lubbockonline.com/contests and share this email with your friends and colleagues. The more nominations made, the better the odds are at winning a national prize!
Community News Services
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2019-20 School Report Card for LCMS
Please see the attached documents regarding the 2019-20 School Report Card for Lubbock-Cooper Middle School.
The purpose of the SRC is to inform parents and guardians about a campus’ individual characteristics and its academic performance. Due to COVID-19, all campuses and districts received a label of Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster for the 2019–20 school year. Therefore, several data points have not been updated, including STAAR® and academic growth data.