|Creating confident, compassionate, and successful learners|
This event encourages 3rd – 8th grade students to use imagination and critical thinking skills while increasing curiosity in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). Click the headline above for more details.
The attached guideline sheet is a copy of the district policy regarding the management of life-threatening health conditions in schools. This document was sent Oct. 2nd via e-blast to all parents and to all staff. Copies of this one page guideline were placed in all homeroom mailboxes before the start of school on Friday, October 3rd. Every effort was made to ensure that this guideline is discussed with all students and that they are directed to bring it home on the same day. Click the headline above for a copy if you did not receive this form.
The YWCA is offering a new after care program in response to parental concerns resulting from the elimination of LATE BUSES at the lower middle school. Parents may take advantage of the 5 Day Pass program to allow their children to continue to take advantage of after school help opportunities. Please click the headline above for more information on the 5 Day Pass program.
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|Mr. Michael Richards||Principal (Ext. 3350 or press 7)|
|Mrs. Georgianna Kichura||Vice-Principal (Ext. 3360 or press 6)|
|Ms. Lesley Haas|| |
5th Grade Guidance (Ext. 3375 or press 4)
|Ms. Allison Doyle Smith||6th Grade Guidance (Ext. 3021 or press 5)|
|LMS Anti-Bullying Specialist|
|Mrs. Denise Salvatore||Nurse / Health Office (Ext. 3500 or press 3)|
|Dr. Christopher M Herte||Math / Science Supervisor Gr. 5-8 (Ext. 3025)|
|Mrs. Lisa Romano||Language Arts / Social Studies Supervisor Gr. 5-8 (Ext. 3121)|
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM LMS - 5th Grade Winter Parties
8:45 AM - 11:25 AM LMS - Music in the Round
8:00 AM LMS - 6th Gr. Cycle 3 Starts