Steelers in the Middle
We are ALL in @LMS!! October 2018
Note from the principal...
We are all in @LMS!! Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns, Beth Schill, LMS Principal ext. 3001 email@example.com
From the HS/MS Library:
I am looking for community members willing to teach a craft or skill for our Makerspace Club. This would be a one day session and would need to be completed from 2:04 - 2:34. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Thank you!
Susan Palumbo. Library Media Specialist
Happenings in the Middle...
7th grade field trip to Old Fort Niagara on October 19th Dress warm, students may bring a lunch or have a school provided lunch.
Photo Day is October 22nd Dress to Impress!!
Student Council Fall Dance 10/26 2:00pm-3:30pm Students may purchase a ticket from the school store in the cafeteria. Costumes are welcome but should be able to slide on over your clothes.
We had over 25 students have their teeth checked and these students will be going to the dentist in two weeks if needed. This is through the Gateway Team at University Pediatric Dentistry. We can't thank them enough for helping our students!!
November 13th at 8:30am is our Veteran's Day Ceremony in the auditorium. Feel free to attend. We'd love to have you there.
From the Specials classrooms...
In Keyboarding class, the 6th graders have finished learning home row and are learning many new keys and reaches. We focus on “touch typing” and Mrs. Held’s favorite reminder is “no lookie, cookie”. I think we will have a cookie treat coming up this fall in keyboarding class as our students continue to progress! Ask your child to show you home row!
From 6th grade classrooms..
From 7th Grade classrooms...
7th Grade Science...
Science 7 - Life Science
Students will be conducting a long term experiment to investigate the affects of fertilizer on algae growth in pond water. The experiment will take place over 14 days.
We will receive 100 brown trout eggs from the Randolph fish hatchery during the month of October. Students will participate in a long term observation project as they watch the trout develop from eggs to fry. Seventh graders will keep journals of their observations over the course of the school year. The project will culminate in the release of the young brown trout into lake Erie in May of 2019. We will acquire a permit from the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) prior to releasing the fish.