Lincolnton Middle School
June 8, 2015
8:15 Pruitt/Rumfelt/Gary (Media Center)
8:30 Olach/Salos (Cafeteria)
9:00 McCurry/Shook (Media Center)
9:15 Puckett/Kowalczyk (Cafeteria)
12:00 Curlee/Dean/Johnson/Lynch (Media Center)
1:00 Clark/Tallent/Jones/Wright (Media Center)
Norwood/Bailey (Media Center)
9:45 Jacobs/Myers/M. Hovis/M. Smith (Media Center)
Testing season is beginning soon and Lincolnton Middle School needs your help! If you are able to proctor on June 2, 3, 4 or June 5th, we would greatly appreciate it. Please call the school at 704-735-1120 to volunteer!
Students at LMS received some important information about the dangers of cyberspace this week. Members from the Lincoln County Department of Juvenile Justice and the School Resource Officer from Lincolnton High School explained the dangers and consequences of cyber bullying. The 50 minute class was given to each grade level and also covered sexting and the dangers of the internet.
LMS Classified Employee Of The Year
LMS Teacher of the Year
LMS Volunteer of the Year
Soil & Water Essay Contest Winners
Congratulations to this years Soil & Water Essay Contest winners for LMS: Sarahi Rojo Moran, Jasmine Thao, Cordin Schrum, Diego Ramiro, Emily Gursky, Natalie Astorga, Jenna Schronce, Nadia Borrelli.
Jenna Schronce was the overall winner for the school and received an Honorable Mention for the county.
"A" Honor Roll Breakfast
Lady Wildcats Win Tournament
Congratulations to the Lady Wildcat Basketball team for winning the 12th annual Buck Dellinger Memorial Basketball Tournament held this weekend at West Lincoln Middle School. All four county Middle Schools competed in the tournament which lasted for two days. On Friday night the Lady Wildcats beat East Lincoln 36-7 to advance to the Championship game. On Saturday the girls beat North Lincoln 37-17 to take the Championship for the first time in its' 12 year history.
The boys team finished in 3rd place, losing to East Middle on Friday, but beating West Middle on Saturday.
We are proud of both of our teams!!!
Toys For Tots
Lincolnton Middle School students and staff collected 968 toys in our annual Toys For Tots toy drive, sponsored by the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Sherrie Trevino, Lincoln County coordinator of Toys For Tots, and other members of the Marine Corps League of Lincoln County, came by to pick up the toys and distributed them to needy families in our area. Each year the Marines collect over 8 million toys nationwide to distribute to children who might not have a Christmas without them. LMS is proud of our students for supporting Toys For Tots. Merry Christmas!
Congratulations to Ms. Glenda Weaver for being selected as Lincoln County Schools' very first Hometown Hero for classified employee's. Glenda spent 30 years teaching math and retired from LMS a few years ago. Now she is the Media Assistant at LMS. She was nominated and received the most votes of any classified employee in Lincoln County. You can nominate teachers and staff from the link on the Lincoln County Schools website. You can vote for one person each day.
Canned Food Drive
The Lincolnton Middle School Student Council held its annual canned food drive in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. Each classroom representative organized the food drive for their respective classroom, decorating their donation boxes, and keeping track of how much food was collected. The winners of the donation box competition were Ms. Rumfelt (6th), Ms. Johnson (7th), and Ms. Jacobs (8th). The classrooms with the most donations were Ms. Salos (239), Ms. Johnson (370), Ms. Jacobs (450), and Ms. Gary (70). The total number of items collected was 3,635. All items were given to Christian Ministries of Lincoln County for distribution to needy families in our area.
8th Grade Band Performs With LHS Marching Band
The LMS 8th grade band performed with the LHS Marching Band Friday, October 31 at the home football game. The game was delayed due to bad weather, but the students performed the National Anthem before getting out of the storm. Despite the poor conditions, students persevered and represented LMS with pride and dignity.
Students in Mrs. Klabo's class have been learning about parts of speech. First students brainstormed words together. Second, they sorted words into parts of speech. Then they came up with 2 classifications for each part of speech (i.e.: abstract and concrete nouns). Then they drew labeled pictures to match each word they wrote down. Finally, the pictures were randomly distributed and students had to reclassify them and glue them on the parts of speech poster. They did a great job!
LMS Boys Soccer Team Wins Conference Championship
The LMS Boys Soccer Team won the Tri-County Conference Championship, capping off a perfect 12-0 season. This is the second year in a row they have won the championship. The team hasn't lost a game since the first game of the 2013 season, ending the season on a 23 game winning streak.
Students in Mr. Hull's Technology classes get to experience some of the newest and most intriguing technology around. Here, some 8th grade students are watching a 3-D printer in action. The 3-D printer is part of the new Technology Lab at LMS where students are learning a variety of new technologies including STEM, Robotics, and Manufacturing.
Monday, September 15th from 3:30-5:00 in room 601.
All 6th grade students must have the TDAP immunization by September 23 or they will not be permitted to attend school.
LMS Teachers And Staff
Welcome back to Lincolnton Middle School! "The BEST Middle School In Lincoln County!" Please click on the "Principal's Corner" tab for important "first day of school" information.
Parent Portal Open's Sept. 9th
The Home Base PowerSchool Parent Portal will be available beginning on September 9, 2014.
Parents with children in Lincoln County Schools may use the Parent Portal to see grades, attendance, class schedules and other information. The Parent Portal is a convenient, secure Internet-based program that makes it easy for parents to monitor and track their child’s academic progress. The program is made available through the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
There is no cost to use PowerSchool, but a computer with Internet access will be needed to view the website. If the internet is not available in the home, parents may access the Parent Portal using computers available at public library branches.
Lincoln County Schools has an instructional video and other support documents for parents that are available on the LCS website http://www.lincoln.k12.nc.us/site_res_view_template.aspx?id=9aef6212-97a1-4606-862e-e4806424ee3b.