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|WELCOME TO LMMS|
|Principal - Johnny Spears Assistant Principal - Kela Sharpton
School Hours: 7:45-3:20 School Phone Number: (803) 663-4300
It is a truly exciting time of year at Leavelle McCampbell Middle School. Students are getting excited about the upcoming Summer Break and are looking forward to time away from school. However, it is important for them to realize that we will still be working until June 4.
We have completed our annual round of state testing. Our students were tested using the ACT/ASPIRE Tests for Reading, Math, Science, and Writing. They have also used the test instrument that we have utilized for a number of years, PASS, for Science and Social Studies. I am looking forward to seeing our scores on the ASPIRE tests, as they will provide us with a good baseline of scores for our students as to their comparison to others who take this nationally normed test.
Our students have participated in several events over the last few weeks and there are more events to come. Leavelle McCampbell hosted a STEM Night on April 20. We had hundreds of our students and students from Byrd Elementary, Warrenville Elementary, and Gloverville Elementary come to the school and participate in activities and watch demonstrations. Our 8th grade students took a field trip to Atlanta on April 24 and toured the Coca-Cola History Museum and the Georgia Aquarium.
Several of our Chorus students participated in a choral performance at Carowinds on May 1. Our chorus earned a rating of “Excellent” in the performance. We had twelve students try out for the All State Chorus. I am proud to announce that Shelby Dyer and Adrienne Prupis were two out of one hundred and fifty students selected and were the only students from Aiken County selected to participate!
The band and chorus will perform their Spring Concert on Thursday, May 14 at 6PM in the gym. Several of our students will participate in a Leavelle McCampbell Talent show on Thursday, May 21, at 6:30PM, which is also being held in the gym. Performances will repeat for the students during Clubs on Friday, May 22. PTO will host an End of the Year Dance in the gym on Friday, May 22, from 5:30-7:30PM. On May 28, at 6PM, we will have our annual Athletic Awards Banquet. Finally on Friday, May 29, our students will participate in the annual Field Day/Sock Hop/RockFest.
A notice was recently sent home regarding a presentation on cyberbullying and internet safety that will be hosted in conjunction with the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office. This will be held at 6PM in the gym on May 19. Please make plans to attend this important program.
End of Course Exams will be given Tuesday, May 19 for Algebra I and Thursday, May 21 for English I. Regular end of the year tests and exams will be scheduled as follows: 3rd period will
be Thursday, May 28; 4th and 5th periods will be Monday, June 1; 2nd and 7th periods will be Tuesday, June 2nd; 6th and 8th periods will be Wednesday, June 3rd.
Awards Day will be held on June 4. The 6th and 7th grade program will begin at 8:30. The 8th grade program will begin at approximately 10AM.
Thank you for allowing me and our fantastic faculty and staff at LMMS to continue to serve THE GREATEST MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS IN AIKEN COUNTY!
ACT Aspire will be given to all students in grades 3-8 over three days this month. Writing and English will be given on Tuesday, April 28. Reading will be administered on Wednesday, April 29. Mathematics will be given on Thursday April 30, and Science will be administered on Tuesday, May 5. It is important to remember that this is a timed test! To find out how many questions will be given and the time students have to complete each section, please visit the home page of the S.C. Department of Education and click the ACT button. You’ll also find FREE test questions and resources!http://1.usa.gov/1FmTzIU #TestReadySC
Thanks for your patience as we implement this new testing program.
If a student is late to school, he/she MUST be signed in by a parent or guardian at the time they are dropped off. Please contact the front office if you have any questions!
|LMMS 2014-2015 Dress Code|
Students have the right to regulate their personal appearance; however, the school reserves the right to bar students whose personal appearance is disruptive to the school program.
* Pants, skirts, and shorts must be knee length or longer when standing.
* No elastic waisted athletic shorts or sweatpants.
* Pants must be worn at the waist with no undergarments or basketball shorts showing.
* Pants and shorts with holes or frays above the knees are not permitted.
* Clothing sizes should be appropriate. Substantial over-sized clothing and tightfitting pants such as leggings are not permitted. If leggings or tights are worn under a skirt, the skirt must be knee-length.
* Shoes must be worn at all times. No house shoes or bedroom slippers, and sandals must have a strap in the back.
* Shirts/dresses must completely cover the front, back, stomach, and sides when students raise their arms. All tops must be over the shoulder area (three inches wide), and not expose cleavage, even if covered by a sheer or crocheted top.
* Clothing that is distracting, revealing, overly suggestive, or disruptive is not permitted.
* Hats, caps, hoods, scarves, gloves, sweatbands, and sunglasses are not to be worn inside.
* Students are not to wear conspicuous or ridiculous costumes, including any type of pajamas.
* Inappropriate language, alcohol, tobacco, gang-related or drug symbols are not permitted.
* Wallet chains, sheer shirts/blouses, clothes exposing the midriff, low-cut shirts, etc. are not permitted.