Attention all 5th graders coming to join us at LCMS next year. If you are interested in taking band next year, please watch the videos and complete the form to show us what instrument you’re interested in. Make sure a parent assists you with the form. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1PEoYHZn_yM8qnIgdbldz5rRxBXeMN-Nd?usp=sharing
Annah's Little Indian Cheer Camp is back on for this year, and registration is currently open. If your child is interested in attending, check out the details on this flyer. Registration Link: https://tinyurl.com/x6b8wvka #BetterTogether #TR1BE
Attention: Rising 9th-graders - LCHS Health & Personal Fitness Summer Program Information
Last week, Mrs. Gossett's 6th-grade Virtual students joined the rest of the 6th-grade students in a food lab. They modeled the movement of tectonic plates using frosting and graham crackers at home. Who knew science could be fun and yummy!
Seventh-grade science students dissected owl pellets earlier this week as they talked about the flow of energy through organisms.
LCMS Sports Tryouts Flyer
Greta Garbuzovas is ranked #1 in the country in folkstyle, she took home the title of the national champion from the USAW Girls Folkstyle National Championships. She is also the state champion for the 2021 Georgia Girls State Championship -Middle School division. Greta is undefeated in Team Georgia USA regular-season events against boys (same age/weight) and in her travels to out-of-state tournaments, she is undefeated wrestling girls from 6th to 12th grade. LCMS is thrilled to have Greta as part of our community and cheer her on as she continues to train for upcoming Freestyle Season (Olympic style) plans to attend state in Jefferson GA and travel to TX for nationals.
Grade 7 students have been practicing annotating nonfiction articles in ELA ACE class. They turned their annotations into posters analyzing nonfiction articles and their features.
Laura Wilson's 6th Grade Honors Science Class tasted Kombu Seaweed Salad and learned about the sense of taste in class this week! Did you know that sea vegetables have many nutritional benefits? Ms. Wilson's students know that now thanks to this cool lesson! #FocusedForward
Grade 6 Social Studies students throwing boomerangs and learning Aussie Rules Football to close out their learning about Australia.
Congratulations to the LCMS Lady Indians for winning the Mountian League Championship by a score of 1-0 tonight against a tough Dawson County team. Congratulations!!!
Science Olympiad team members competed recently in the Shorter University Invitational where they were awarded medals in six out of twelve events.
The Science Olympiad Team competed in the State Science Olympiad Tournament on March 13. Congratulations to William Giles, Leah Anderson, and Luke Peck who placed 4th in the Code Busters event.
The Science Olympiad Team competed in the State Science Olympiad Tournament on March 13. Congratulations to Seth Thomas and Luke Peck who placed 4th in the Mousetrap Vehicle engineering event.
The Science Olympiad Team competed in the State Science Olympiad Tournament on March 13. Congratulations to Jonathan Wright and Reagan Smith who placed 3rd finish in the Mission Possible Rube Goldberg event.
The Science Olympiad Team competed in the State Science Olympiad Tournament on March 13. Winners were recently announced. Congratulations to our Lumpkin County Middle School Science Olympiad team for coming placing 11th overall in state!
Grade 7 ELA students practicing claims and counterclaims using a Socratic seminar.
Grade 7 students created mathematical leprechaun traps as they began their Geometry unit. Each trap had to incorporate three geometric shapes and two different kinds of angles. This is a sampling of their creative work.
Mrs. Bartils, our bookkeeper, taught about Australia, her home country, today in sixth-grade Social Studies.