LMS News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Ways to Activate, Educate, and Donate now and throughout January

    Celebrate and honor the work, life, and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This national holiday isn’t just a day off from school…it’s a “day on” to volunteer, give back to our communities, and important causes. You can help by supporting the LMS Food, Book, and Letter Drive!
    JOIN US throughout January to ACTIVATE  *  EDUCATE  *  DONATE
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  • January Book Club, Thursday 1/20 from 8-9 PM

    Our January book club choice is The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee.
     
    Please join us on Thursday, January 20th from 8:00-9:00 PM for our monthly discussion. The Zoom link will be posted on classroom pages.
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  • Parent Learning: Navigating Children's Healthy and Age-Appropriate Technology Use, February 15th at 8 PM




    Save the date of Tuesday, February 15th for our next Parent Learning event: Navigating Children’s Healthy and Age-Appropriate Technology Use
    A workshop for Parents of Children in Grades 2 – 8  

    We ask Elementary and Middle School parents to fill out the Parent Survey link located on all LE, UE and MS web pages. The anonymous data from this survey will help inform Doug Fodeman's presentation and focus his message and resources specifically for the LMS community.

    Children are using technology more than ever before, and at younger ages. There are now many research studies that show increased risks to health (e.g. addiction, depression, anxiety), development, and socio-emotional well-being as a result of too much technology use or age-inappropriate technology use.  Doug Fodeman, our speaker for the evening, helps parents understand what these risks are and how to reduce them for their children.  Attendees can expect to learn how to help their children use technology in developmentally healthy and age-appropriate ways, as well as a better understanding of the issues to be concerned about.  This workshop will focus on children ages 7 through 14 and is a workshop for parents only. 

    Please click on READ MORE below, to learn more about Doug Fodeman. 
     
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What's Coming Up

List of 4 events.

  • Feb
    8

    LMS Board Meeting

    RSVP here if you'd like to attend.
  • Feb
    15

    Navigating Children's Health and Age-Appropriate Technology Use.

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  • Feb
    17

    Parent Book Club on Zoom

  • Feb
    21

    No School - Presidents Day

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