Community Building

The 2022 - 2023 Guiding Principles of the Community Building Committee are:
*To generate good will
*To encourage virtual participation of all families
*To create a spectrum of virtual opportunities for involvement
*To offer virtual educational opportunities for parents

Community Building events and activities during the `23 school year at LMS are opportunities for families/parents to connect socially off or on campus. 

The Community Development Office works closely with the Room Parents and the community in general to run a myriad of events throughout the school year. 

The Parent Engagement Committee, a sub-committee of the Board, is a great way to get involved in helping to grow community spirit. This group is comprised of a dozen parent volunteers and will meet several times throughout the year. 

To get involved, contact: Diane Decker, Director of Community Development (

Below are some of the volunteer opportunities that are typically available when restrictions are not in place. We hope to get back to all of them soon!

Cultural Fest
-- In September every other year

Community Day & Pancake Breakfast -- October

Childrens' House Snowball -- January or February

Public Skate at Ed Burns Arena
-- February or March

Ice Cream Social/LGBTQ Brunch -- April

LMS 5K Run/Walk & Kids’ Fun Run
-- May

Arts Show & Arts Show Reception -- May and June
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