Louisville Middle School


Conference Sign Up Information

We are offering two nights of in-person conferences on 10/11 & 10/13 from 4:00pm-8:30pm as well as one night of virtual conferences on 10/17 from 3:30pm-8:30pm. Please sign up through the Help at Schools link that will be emailed directly to you from Help at Schools on 9/30. Conferences are 5 minutes long, both in-person and virtual. Take a look at the location of your teachers, below, when signing up and allow yourself time to move from one room in the building to the next between conferences.

GYM: McKaig, Harrison, Z. Wilson, Joseph, O'Connor, VanIwarden, J.Hill, Auday, Mischke, White, Kragor, Browning, Asselin, B.Hill, Allen

MPR: Chu, Van Zante, Carew, Konz, Gauthier, Carmalt, Brinza, G-West, O'Donovan, Shea, Moriearty, Myers, Carmichael

In Classrooms: Cordova Room 146, Clifford Rm. 145, deVos Rm. 150, Astras Rm. 116, Biala Rm. 117, M. Wilson (Slade) Rm. 118

Save the Date

Sept. 26 - Oct. 10 Pupil Funding Count Window

Oct. 2 Deadline to Register for 8th Grade Coed Flag Football

Oct. 3 Official Pupil Funding Count Day

Oct. 11 Parent/Teacher Conferences (In Person), 4-8:30 pm

Oct. 13 Parent/Teacher Conferences (In Person), 4-8:30 pm

Oct. 14 6/7 Volleyball, Session 2 starts, 3:55-4:55 Main Gym

Oct. 17 Professional Development Day - No School

Oct. 17 Parent/Teacher Conferences (Virtual), 3:30-8:30 pm

Oct. 20 Picture Retake Day

Nov. 2 8th Grade Girls Basketball Starts

Nov. 3 Registration Deadline for 8th Grade Girls Basketball

Nov. 11 Veterans Day - No School

Nov. 21-25 No School - Conference Exchange Days/Thanksgiving

Dec. 19-31 Winter Break

Jan. 2 & 3 No School for Students - Teacher Work Day


  • MONDAY, OCTOBER 3RD IS PUPIL FUNDING COUNT DAY! Please make every effort to attend school on Monday, October 3rd. This is the official date the state uses to fund our students in BVSD. Funding is based on student attendance and it is important to account for everyone to maximize our funding. The official window is September 26th - October 10th. Thank you for your support in this effort.

  • Chromebook Health Tips: Please encourage your child to turn off their Chromebook completely every day. That will help it work better. Also, if you notice they have nine zillion tabs open, encourage them to close them. Many students are trying to access Google Classroom, Schoology, etc. through open tabs rather than the SSO.

  • Milk Caps for Moolah Calling all Longmont Dairy customers! LMS participates in the Milk Caps for Moola program and earns 5¢ per cap. The collection box is located near the main entrance of LMS. Thanks to Longmont Dairy for supporting programs at LMS!

  • Common Sense Parenting Classes October 5th, 12th & 19th from 6-7 PM online

    Common Sense Parenting® (CSP) is a practical, skill-based parenting program that can be applied to every family; including those who have children with special needs. The program's logical strategies and easy-to-learn techniques address issues of communication, discipline, decision making, relationships, self-control and school success. These classes are for parents of kids ages 3 to 16. Click here for a flier with more information.

Did you know?

BVSD owns and operates 61 buildings constructed in nearly every decade of the last 140 years. We all know how important quality learning environments are for students and teachers to do their important work every day.

Over time, building materials and equipment age, wear out, and become outdated. BVSD must invest in maintaining and updating facilities on an ongoing basis to ensure they are safe and functional and can continue to support teaching and learning for decades to come.

This fall, Boulder Valley School District voters will cast ballots on a $350M tax-funded bond measure to provide building renovations described in the 2022 Facilities Critical Needs Plan. The plan outlines a strategy for investing in all BVSD schools to address ongoing maintenance needs in aging buildings to extend their useful life; to plan for enrollment growth; to create more Career and Technical Education opportunities; and to make it easier for students of all physical abilities to enjoy our playgrounds.

Specifically, the plan calls for:

  • Updating worn-out equipment and materials in aging buildings and constructing a replacement school for New Vista which is beyond repair,

  • Constructing a new school in Erie to address overcrowding at other schools due to enrollment growth,

  • Expanding and creating industry-inspired labs, shops, and classrooms in PK-8, middle, and high schools and the Boulder Technical Education Center (TEC) so more students can benefit from Career and Technical Education, and

  • Replacing playground mulch on a number of playgrounds with a solid, rubberized surface which is easier for children of all physical abilities to use.

You can learn more about the 2022 Facilities Critical Needs Plan on the BVSD website and check out what is planned for Louisville Middle. Watch for more information in the coming weeks.


Parent/Teacher Conferences are Oct 11,13 and 17 - HELP Needed!

The PTO will be providing dinner for our amazing teachers on conference nights and need your help! We are doing a Chipotle Night, Soup/Chili and Salad Night and a Sandwich Bar night. Please see the Help at School below to see where you can help!



    Sign up is open through 10/2/22, but it starts 9/30/22. Register in rSchool NOW! Once registered, please pay the $85 sport fee in Revtrak. A current Physical is required to participate in this sport. Go Pirates!
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6th Grade Virtual Planner

Teacher Help Sessions (Spanish)

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No Place For Hate training this morning was a great success!