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314 Main Street, WV 26386-0417   |   (304) 326-7540
Adult Basic Education Classes are being offered at LMS Wednesdays 3-6pm. Call Lisa Kerns at 326-7549 for an appointment. No walk-ins please.
Lumberport Middle is proud to announce Students of the Month for February. Representing the sixth grade are Katie Kuhens and Aaron Ward; seventh grade winners are Gianna Loretta and David Drain; and eighth grade winners Maralisa Marra and Chase Shreves.


 
Adult Basic Education classes are being offered at LMS Wednesdays 3-6 pm. Call Lisa Kerns at 326-7549 for and appointment. No walk-ins please. 
 
 
 
 

Congratulations to William Lemley who placed 2nd in the County Modern Woodsman Speech Contest and to Jaye Carvelli who placed 3rd. Both advanced to the state competition and we wish them the best of luck. 

 Congratulations to the Math Counts Team for placing 5th at the State Math Counts Tournament and to Alec Gemondo for placing 11th in the State at the math competition.   We are so proud of you all!

 

          Congratulations to the 2014 LMS Civic Oration Contest Winners: First Place--Jaye Carvelli, Second Place--William Lemley, Third Place--Gayle Oberacker. Jaye and William will move on to the county competition and Gayle will serve as the alternate. Great job to all the students who participated.   

Attention all 6th grade parents!

 7th graders are required to have immunizations that must be administered before the student can start the school year. Students entering 7th grade must show proof of a booster dose of Tdap and Meningococcal vaccines. Please insure that your child is compliant with these requirements and send proof of vaccinations (updated shot records) to school as soon as possible. Students will turn immunization records in to office. Immunizations may be received from our School Based Health Clinic, your health care provider or the Harrison County Health Department. If you would like to make an appointment at our School Based Health Clinic please call 326-7540.

 
 
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS AT LMS WHO EARNED THE DESIGNATION OF A SUCCESS SCHOOL BASED ON LAST YEARS TEST SCORES AND ATTENDANCE!!
A SUCCESS SCHOOL IS THE TOP RANKING IN THE STATE’S ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM- THIS IS A TREMENDOUS ACCOMPLISHIMENT . 

WE ARE VERY PROUD OF OUR 7TH AND 8TH GRADERS! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

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   LMS  Dedication Ceremony

Ground breaking for the new Lumberport Middle School.

School Closing and Delays

LMS TEACHER RESOURCE WIKI

 

October 2013
 
 
5 things to know about

digital footprints
 


1. According to this study, most parents are concerned about what their teens do online and how their digital footprints might be monitored by advertisers, future employers, and others.



2. A new California law requires websites to remove anything a teen posts online if they request it. Supporters say this so-called “eraser” law would give embarrassed teens a chance to delete something they regret.



3. College-bound teens should consider that what they post online might be seen by admissions staff. This quiz was created by an educator and encourages students to clean up their digital image before applying.



4. Teens don’t always realize how much information others can find out about them online. Use this new video from NetSmartz to start a discussion with teens about their digital footprint.



5. Simple tools, like this flashcard from A Platform for Good, can go a long way in reminding teens to be careful of their online image. Get more flashcards like this here.
 
 
Last month we asked if teens should be worried about their digital footprints. One of our readers, Sakima White, responded on Facebook:
“I definitely think they should. Things from their past can haunt them later on in life. I have always heard that once you put something on the Internet, it’s always out there.”
 
  Do you have a preschooler? Tell us how they use the Internet!



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