Sunday, October 29, 2017

October 30 - November 3, 2017

Lakeside Lightning,

Millville PD Trunk or Treat! 
The World Is Yours: Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities

This is a very exciting week for middle school students. They have one thing on their mind... Halloween! Although we don't allow the students to dress up at school, we do encourage everyone to go to the Millville Police Department's Trunk or Treat for a safe experience.

We would like to give a big thank you to Mr. Bunting for organizing a very successful Career Day this past Thursday. Each of the students were able to visit the Career Fair and see different options as they explore their options.

Be sure to have your Zaps ready for Tuesday when the PBSIS team serve hot and cold cider during lunches. Remember, we earn Zaps for being Safe, Responsible, Respectful and Good Learners! Each teacher has a system for giving out Zaps, and you can earn them in the cafeteria, hallways, and in gym class.

Stay tuned for next week's blog as we share the updated PBSIS data from this year. One thing is for certain, we are improving! Thank you to all of the students and teachers who are turning obstacles into opportunities.

Tuesday 10/31 Hat Day for Puerto Rico
Student council would like to have a hat day on Oct. 31 for Puerto Rico.  Donations will be $1 and will benefit a family struggling in Puerto Rico that has family in our school. Students will bring their donation down to Mrs. Kern and get a sticker/stamp for the donation to wear their hats. The whole school is able to participate. 

Miss match day or just being trend setters? 
Millville Maniacs Use Teamwork to Help Others 
Check out this Daily Journal article about the Millville Maniacs Soccer Club and how they donated food to the Shine Ministry's Food Bank. They were also assisted by Mrs. Sooy's students, and the Millville Mercy Soccer Club.

Red Ribbon Door Decorating Contest Winner
Thank you for participating in the Red Ribbon week door contest. The winner is....drum roll please.... Mr.Protic! Congratulations! Mrs. Stroup will drop off pretzels to your advisory students. The runners up are Ms. Carroll and Mrs. Salvati. Prizes will be delivered on Monday.

Daily Announcements 
The Peace and Respect Days Update is:
6th: 2 Days
7th: 1 Day
8th: 3 Days

The boy’s soccer team lost to Fernwood Middle School yesterday by a score of 5 to 2.  The goals were scored by the electrifying Patrick Earnest and 6th grade sensation Gavin Miller.  Also supplying great efforts for Lakeside were Spencer Hakola, Noah Uzzolina, Cai Sloan, Jacob Repp, and Jose Bravo. 

Mr. Garrison solving a 5,000 year old crime
Friday was the last day to turn in your Seussical permission slip.  We will not accept papers after the end of the day.   On Monday, October 30th and Wednesday, November 1st we will be holding the auditions.  If you returned your permission slip, please come to the auditorium on your audition day at dismissal.  All rides should be at Lakeside by 4:30 in the back of the school at the Music Suite doors. 

There will be no 21st Century on Tuesday, October 31st. Please take your regular transportation home.

Any Student interested in Running the Jolly Holly 5k and 1 mile fun Run before the Millville Christmas parade, please see your PE teacher for a form.  All forms must be handed in to Coach Camerieri.

Attention piano players:  If there are any students who play piano and are not involved in band but are interested in being in jazz band please see Miss Zeiters in the band room sometime this week during homeroom

Is Phys. Ed. one of your favorite classes?  Do you like to play games & sports with your friends?  If so, you may be interested in joining the Phys. Ed. Club held after school in the main gym.  See Coach Abel for more information and a permission slip.

Who did it? Mr. Garrison's class will find out
It’s time for Hot Shots for lunch!
What’s Hot Shots for Lunch?
A delicious choice of hot chocolate, hot cider or cold cider to enjoy with your lunch on Tuesday, October 31st
The cost is only 5 zaps !
Tickets are LIMITED to 50 tickets per lunch
Tickets are on sale now at the zap stores during 4B, 5A, and 5B advisories, and Mrs. Worthington 4A Advisory in the Library, Mrs. Rauch 6B Advisor in M121, and Ms DiMattia in M107 during 6A advisory.

 Do you like brainteasers?  Is trivia your thing?  If so, GT After Hours is the club for you.  All Lakeside students can sign up for this club.  We meet on Mondays.  Please see Mrs. Gaudio in Y133 to register.  You MUST have a ride home to join the club.

Thank you and our joke of the week is: Why do witches need to wear name tags at parties? So they know which witch is which. Have a fabulous week!

Pictures from around the school
Dr. Cook has a Kahoot winning streak going on

Career Fair 

Career Fair 

Career Fair 

Career Fair  
Career Fair 
Winners of the Week - Joshua Whitaker, Karen Chainey, Natalie Repp, John Kuhlen, Connor Cook and Aiden Miller are all part of our Gifted and Talented program. They competed in the 10th annual Quiz Bowl against 30 other schools at St Augustine Prep. Congratulations for their participation and representing Lakeside!!!
Way to go! 

Fierce competitors 
Weekly Overview
Monday - 10/30/17 - A Day -
Tuesday - 10/31/17 - B Day - Hat Day for Puerto Rico, 1 dollar donation required; PBSIS Hot/Cold Cider in lunches; HW club, Cheer club, Library club, Pys Ed club
Wednesday - 11/ 1/17 - A Day - LAL teachers meeting with RAC during CPT; Mindfulness with Mrs. Benfer; Department Meetings, 3:20 PM; Pizza Hut Fundraiser
Thursday - 11/2/17 - B Day - SLC Meeting, 3:20 PM
Friday - 11/3/17 - A Day -

1 comment:

  1. Also participating in the Quiz Bowl was 8th grader Sydney Repp.