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Principal Newsletter

 

January 22, 2018

 

Dear Lions,

 

Curriculum and Instruction:

 

SBAC Testing Schedule (April-May, 2018)

Please make note of the following alternate schedules due to our testing calendar.

Only classes of periods 1, 3 and 5 will meet on the following dates:

Monday, April 30th (ELA SBAC)

Monday, May 14th (math SBAC; 8th grade Science)

Thursday, May 31st (Finals)

 

The schedule for a Period 1, 3, 5 day is as follows:

1          8:15-10:11      

Break  10:11-10:21    

3          10:25-12:21    

Lunch  12:21-12:56    

5          1:00-2:55        

 

Only classes of Periods 2, 4 and 6 will meet on the following dates:

Tuesday, May 1st (ELA SBAC)

Tuesday, May 15th (math SBAC; 8th grade Science)

Friday, June 1st (Finals)

 

The schedule for periods 2, 4, 6 day is as follows:

2          8:15-10:11      

Break  10:11-10:21    

4          10:25-12:21    

Lunch  12:21-12:56    

6          1:00-2:55

 

Student and Parent Concerns:

 

6TH GRADE PARENTS: 

 

Lions Club, LRMS's after school homework club, will be starting up January 29th! 

This group meets Mon. & Wed. 3-4 pm in room 701. This is a fee-based program to help students monitor school loop, organize homework, binders, backpacks, as well as develop better time management skills.  Guided by Mrs. Bleidistel and Ms. Bowen, students work independently, one on one with teacher support, AVID tutors, and in small groups to tackle homework.  Textbooks and supplies are provided, as well as computers and printing.  This is a great opportunity for students, if interested register online at  www.saddleback.edu/ce  or call (949) 582-4646  Lions Club # 11653

 

 

 

Immunization Requirement for students entering 7th Grade. In order to avoid long lines at orientation, current 6th grade families should to bring a copy of their updated Immunization Record to the office prior to the end of the year if you haven’t already.

 

To enroll in classes for 7th grade, your child must be fully immunized or have a permanent or temporary medical exemption on file with your child’s school. Per state law, 7th grade students cannot have personal beliefs exemptions. To avoid the back-to-school rush, we suggest you make plans prior to the end of the school year for your child to receive the necessary immunizations, or speak with your physician regarding permanent or temporary medical exemptions. Only a licensed Medical Doctor (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) may provide a medical exemption. Included in the required immunizations is the Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis booster required for 7th grade. The booster may have been given any time after the 7th birthday.

 

Please bring your child’s Immunization Record and/or specific medical exemptions from your physician, to your child’s school health office as proof of immunization. School staff will photocopy the Immunization Record and enter the information in the district student data base. Your child will not be able to attend classes in 7th grade without proof of immunization or medical exemption on file with us for all required immunizations. For more information regarding the immunization requirements for 7th grade you may visithttp://www.shotsforschool.org/k-12 . This site addresses immunizations required for all 7thgrade students including those who had a personal beliefs exemption in 6th grade or are new to the state. Immunization Letter Grade 6_ 2018 Eng 1.pdf Messenger Notice - 6TH GRADE PARENTS 2018-19 English.pdf 

 

Parents of 8th Graders:  If you would like to place an ad in the LRMS yearbook for your 8th grader, please follow the instructions for Yearbook Recognition Ads at jostensadservice.com. The deadline for ads is February 16, 2018.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Tuesday, January 23 at 8:30 am is our first PTA Association Meeting to kick off the new year! All parents are invited and encouraged to attend. After our short meeting, we will have Anthony Russomanno from CUSD’s Futureology Department. Futureology is  CUSD’s College and Career Counseling Department and it is FREE! They are here to help you and your family make informed choices by providing personalized guidance throughout the college and career guiding process. This definitely pertains to LRMS parents since high school is just around the corner! Bring a friend and hear about this great program offered through CUSD! Coffee and light refreshments will be served! For more information, please contact Audree McClintick (amcclintick@me.com).

 

Date Night - a dinner series for teens and their parents, sponsored by Mission Hospital Now that marijuana is legal - do you want to learn more about it and how it affects the teen brain?    Young people today must make decisions about alcohol and drug use that no previous generation has had to face. Are you prepared?  Expert Ray Lozano, with a background in entertainment,  talks about this tough topic in a way that teens really get.  Each evening  focuses on different topics aimed to empower young people while arming parents with skills to help them.  3 Part Dinner Series starting Thursday Jan 25 and continuing through Feb 8 6:00 – 7:30pm Register at san-clemente.org or emailMarci.mednick@stjoe.org

Laura’s House has partnered with Life Center and youth leaders to create this one day conference for youth, parents and teachers. Topics covered will include: anti-bullying, leadership, substance abuse, self-esteem, safe dating and cyber safety. We hope you will help us spread the word! Attached is the flyer for the event.  Festival of the Hearts.pdf Please feel free to pass it along!

 

Important Dates to Remember

 

February 16th -19th  Presidents & Lincoln day Holiday (No School)

March 8th                Minimum Day (12:15pm dismissal)

March 9th                Spring Pictures

March 12-15           Ladera’s Got Talent Tryouts 3-5pm in the MPR

March 16th              End of 3rd quarter

March 28th              6th grade Wonder Assembly

April 2nd-6th           Spring Recess

April 12th                Open House 6:00pm

April 13th                 Minimum Day (12:15pm Dismissal )

April 18-19             Ladera’s Got Talent (Evening)

April 23rd                8th Grade Field Trip for Social Science , Riley’s Farm, All Day

April 25th                      7th Grade Medieval Faire

May 3rd                   All-Star Ceremony

May 22nd                Choir Concert 6PM

May 24th                 End of year Concerts 6:30pm Orchestra and 7:45pm Band

May 28th                          Memorial Day Holiday ( No School)

June 1st                   8th Grade Dance 8pm-10pm ( MPR)

June 5th                  8th Grade awards (invite only) 6:00pm SJHHS High School Gym

June 6th                   8th Grade Field Trip

June 7th                   Last Day of School (dismissal 12:15pm)

June 7th                   8th Grade Clap Out 12:00pm on black top (parents welcome to join)

 

News from San Juan Hills High School

Are you interested in learning about San Juan Hills High School? Join the staff, students, parent boosters and PTSA for our Stallion Showcase. Experience an exciting morning for 8th grade students and parents packed with information and tours of CUSD’s state-of-the-art high school.  The event is Saturday, February 10th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Due to limited seating there will be two Informative presentations available in the theater 9:00 am or 10:15 am

 

News from Tesoro High School

 

8th Grade Students and Parents do you have questions about attending Tesoro High School???

Tesoro High School would like to invite students and parents to their 8th Grade Expo on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 starting at 5:45 pm. The evening will begin in the Tesoro Gym with a presentation highlighting academic programs and extracurricular opportunities offered for incoming 9th grade students. Following the presentation there will be an Information Fair made up of athletic teams, performing art groups, clubs, and other organizations with information about their programs until 7:00 pm. If you would like to come early and get dinner TK Burgers will be available from 5:00 – 7:00 pm in front of the main gym. The Tesoro staff is looking forward to meeting their future Titans!

News from Capistrano Unified School District:

 

The Board of Trustees desires to provide a safe school environment that allows all students equal access and opportunities in the district’s academic and other educational support programs, services, and activities.  The Board prohibits, at any District school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the student’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, nationality, ethnicity, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

 

With Lion Pride,

 

 

George Duarte, Ed.D.

Principal

Ladera Ranch Middle School

 

 

 

 

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