Monday, May 22, 2017

May 22 - 26, 2017

Lakeside Lightning,

Turning Dreams Into Reality

GT students visited Herr's
Parents and students - Please be reminded that Fidget Spinners are not permitted at LMS unless you have specific permission in the Individual Education Plan. Spinners that are out will be confiscated and discipline will be enforced.

DRESS CODE – Your Image is Our Image
Also, this is a good time of year to become familiar with the dress code. For the entire dress code, please see this link on the Parent page of the Lakeside web page.

Lakeside Middle School believes that a strong relationship exists between what a pupil wears and the
attitude he/she displays. Therefore, students are expected to dress in a manner which is appropriate for a school setting. Clothing worn or items carried are not to be distracting to other students or disruptive to the normal routines and functions of the school. The following guidelines will be adhered to:
1. Students are expected to wear appropriate clothing to school, which does not affect the health,
welfare, or safety of the students or interrupt the education process.
2. District Policy applies; please see
3. Students are urged to be neat and clean, realizing that regardless of style, good grooming represents a personal quality that we all should possess. There is to be no personal grooming in class.
4. Specific dress requirements are as follows:
Hats, bandannas, scarves, other headgear, gloves, non-prescription glasses or sunglasses of any kind
will not be permitted to be worn in the building. Students must wear shirts fitted under the arm and
halter, tank, spaghetti strap, tube, midriff, and low cut tops are not permitted. Shoulder straps must
be at least three fingers in width. Students are not permitted to wear see-through clothing and all
pants are to be worn near the waist and not below the buttocks to ensure their safety. Students
wearing low-rise jeans must wear a shirt long enough to cover the top of their jeans or pants when
sitting. Items considered to be underwear, beachwear, or nightwear are not permitted. Clothing and
patches with anything inappropriate (alcohol related, drug related, violence related, anything with
profanity or racial slurs or of a sexual content) are not permitted. Shorts, dresses, and skirts must be
mid-thigh which generally constitutes 7 inches above the kneecap. Parents will be contact to bring
alternative clothing for their child to wear. No student shall bring heavy chains to school (including
wallet chains and pocket chains.) Outerwear jackets or heavy vests are not to be worn during school
hours inside the building.
5. The administration shall determine at what point certain types of dress or new styles are not in
accordance with the general principles stated above. Anything that is disruptive to the
educational climate will not be permitted.

Ms. Heim's 8th grade Art Club members 
We hope everyone had a great week like we did at LMS. With the temperatures in the 90s we were heating it up throughout the school as we finished the PARCC! Last week we had some excellent opportunities for Parent Involvement. On Monday we hosted our first Parent EdCamp. Unfortunately the turnout was a lot lower than expected. We were grateful for the one parent who attended. This dedicated father got one on one time with the staff, dinner and an opportunity to meet Millville Graduate Dwayne Hendricks (who happened to win a Super Bowl ring with the NY Giants).

On Tuesday we welcomed our incoming 6th grade class for a special education transition meeting. Parents and students were able to hear about the great things going on at LMS, get a tour, and meet the amazing staff.

This week looks to be a lot cooler and is starting off with some much needed rain. We have a few field trips this week and our 8th grade is hosting their first Field Day on Friday. Don't forget that next Monday there will be No School due to the Memorial Day Holiday.

Ms. Wichnick's Class is Starting a Recycling Initiative at LMS
Cumberland County participates in the Single Stream recycling process, in which all recyclables can be combined simply and conveniently. This includes paper, plastic, aluminum, glass, etc. (see reverse for county flyer). Please encourage your students to build the habit of recycling!

Each classroom and office should now have a blue container in which to place recyclables instead of throwing them in the trashcan. If you do not have one, please let us know and we will be happy to provide it.

Daily Announcements
Do you want to have interesting experiences this summer, like fishing, kayaking, going to the Levoy Theater and many more?  If so, pick up an application for summer 21st Century which are located at the front desk or in Mrs. Gandy's room in B-130. Applications are due by June 1st. Hurry because spots are filling up fast!

Are you entering high school in the fall of 2017?
Do you enjoy helping your community, taking on new challenges, playing sports or exploring?
Would you like to be recognized by a Member of Congress?
If you answered YES to all of the questions, then the Congressional Award Program may be for you.  Please see Mrs. Gaudio in M 134 for details.

Attention 6th and 7th grade Band and Choir students: If you have an audition today don't forget to come down!  If you forget what time please see Miss Zeiters or Mrs. Booz during homeroom.

Attention 8th grade students:  There will be a meeting in the band room today during 1st period for anyone interested in joining the marching band next year.  If you have any questions please see Miss Zeiters in the band room.

Last chance to pre-order your yearbook is now!!  You only have until May 25th to bring your $25, cash or check to Millville Board of Education, to Mrs. Sooy in M133. Guarantee that you get a yearbook by pre-ordering one!!  Once they come in they will be sold on a first come, first serve basis until they are sold out.  Don't miss out on a year of amazing memories!!

Pictures from around the school 
Cassidy with Everfi Rep Ms. Jaime

Parent Transition Meeting 

GT Students at the Herr's Factory 

Mrs. Ronchetti's students discovering probability

Mrs. Ronchetti's students discovering probability

Mrs. Ronchetti's students discovering probability

Mrs. Ronchetti's students discovering probability

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside  
Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Mrs. DeClementi's students studying outside 

Twinning at LMS - Great Minds Dress Alike
Our 6th Grade team wearing Matching Moes shirts in Caring Court 

Great minds even wear cool sneakers at LMS 

Mrs. Roche and Mr. Scarpa twinning all the way down to the Wawa coffee 

Ms. James and Mrs. Salvati twinning 

Ms. Sanderlin and Mrs. Groff had outstanding twinning game this week! 

Winner of the Week - This week's winner is Mr. Rivera for being our only parent to attend the Parent EdCamp. In addition, we would like to thank all of the teachers who presented and to Mrs. Stroup for organizing! 

Weekly Overview
Monday (5/22/17) - B Day - AVID Advisory Meeting, 3:20 PM
Tuesday (5/23/17) - A Day - Another awesome day at LMS!
Wednesday (5/24/17) - B Day - Bike Trip with Coach Abel, Cape May; Staff Meeting, 3:20 PM
Thursday (5/25/17) - A Day - AVID Dinner, 6:00 PM
Friday (5/26/17) - B Day - 8th Grade Field Day

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