Mission Statement: Ensuring Student Academic and Civic Success         



Jake Langlais - Principal  Pam Butler - Assistant PrincipalAmanda Winslow - Assistant Principal

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April 5th at 6:00 PM is 6th Grade & 7th Grade Parent/Student Information meeting in the LMS Auditorium. We hope to see you there.

March 20th from 2:30 - 4:00 PM we will be meeting in the LMS Library to discuss proposed "draft" language related to Proficiency based Learning.

Read Across Lewiston Week March 6th - 10th:
What is it: This is a week long event with lots of activities to reinforce, challenge, and engage students with reading. Reading exists all around us and we want students to enjoy the listed activities connected their career path, for relaxation, and for learning.

The Scholastic Book Fair will be at LMS all week. 

The Writing Challenge: Students and Teachers have submitted writing samples as part of the competition at LMS. Thank you to those who submitted.

The Reading Challenge: Goal of 120,000 Minutes...If students exceed the goal, Principal Langlais will camp out in a tent in front of LMS. This connects to our school wide book Small as an Elephant that begins with a campout. If students read 150,000 minutes Superintendent Webster (if available) will camp out as well. 

Monday 3/6:

Opening assembly with Jennifer Jacobson Author of Small as an Elephant. A great book that centers in Maine.

Literacy Labs will be held in two sessions. Students will be making book marks, playing literacy based games, and many other activities.

Tuesday 3/7:

Reading is Elementary. We will board busses and travel to Elementary Schools in Lewiston for our students to read to the younger students.

Say "High" to Reading. Students from LHS will visit to discuss reading in higher levels of education

Wednesday 3/8:

Career Day. Professionals from the community will be visiting teams in two capacities. One group will meet with students to discuss their career and the importance of reading. One group will read a piece of their choice and talk to students about their careers. Thank you to L/A Chamber of Commerce for organizing this and the volunteers that are visiting LMS.

Thursday 3/9:

College Day
Bates Scavenger Hunt. Students selected will participate in a scavenger hunt at Bates College.
Lounging at Bates. 6:00 PM students and parents can join up at Bates for refreshments...All you need is a book or something to read. We will see you at 161 Wood St. Lewiston at the Harwood Center at Bates. Feel free to drop in at any time.

Friday 3/10:

Closing Ceremony that includes writing contest finalist readings; picture book reading/viewing; poetry slammers; whole school reading challenge results; slideshow

MIYHS Survey:

The Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey will be given March 9th at LMS. This is the anonymous survey you were notified about many weeks back. The survey was rescheduled due to recurring snow days. If you have any questions, please contact us at 795-4180 and ask for Mrs. Wiegman. Students are not required to complete this survey. Thank you.

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Thank you to Laroche and Sons Dry Wall for their generous donation to the Middle School Food Pantry!!

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