Laconia Middle School
150 McGrath Street
Laconia NH 03246
If your child is going to be
late or absent from school,
Please call 524-4632 ext. 2000
or send an email to Katie Whitney
For the safety
of our students,
do not use the
Bus Lane to drop your
child off in the morning.
LMS Winter Coaches
Boys Basketball -Rod Roy
Girls Basketball: Sami Hicks
Ski Club-Chris Carey
Unified Basketball: Joe Ditommaso
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School Day Schedule
7:15 am Students can be dropped off
7:15 am Breakfast starts
7:47 am First Bell Rings
7:57 am Students are in Homeroom
10:30 am 8th Grade Lunch
11:18 am 6th Grade Lunch
12:14 pm 7th Grade Lunch
2:21 pm Students are Dismissed
Please call before 1:45 about transportation changes
Remember to turn off and put away your
cell phone when you enter the building in the morning. Your phone must remain off
until the bell rings at 2:21PM.
February 16, 2020
This week, we will be reviewing our A.L.I.C.E. emergency response procedures with our students. We would use these procedures in the event of a violent intruder in our school. Following is a brief description of each step of A.L.I.C.E.:
Get the word out that there is a threat in the building. Use clear, concise language to convey the type of threat and specific location of the event.
If necessary, we will Lockdown in secure areas. When possible, we will barricade doors.
Continuation of the use of clear, concise language to convey the type and specific location of the event.
Apply Skills to Distract, Confuse and gain Control.
Reduce the number of potential targets for the intruder and reduce chances of victims resulting from friendly fire when help arrives. When possible, we will always opt to evacuate.
Our review this week is part of our annual plan to ensure that all students are familiar with these procedures. We plan to conduct another drill during the month of March.
Please let me know if you have any questions. I appreciate your support!
Alison Bryant, Principal
January 30, 2020
As we prepare for the beginning of our second semester, I want to provide some exciting updates from LMS:
Alison Bryant, Principal
School sponsored dances allow ONLY
Laconia Middle School students to attend.
Students absent from school, or have earned a
major office referral, suspension or have been sent
home, administrative detention or ISS on the week of the dance are not allowed to attend the dance (even if ISS consequence will be served the following week).
No spaghetti straps, tube tops, shoulder tops,
halter tops, shirts with bare backs, shirts with
bare midriffs, A-shirts (undershirts), exposed
underwear, symbols/words promoting use of drugs,
tobacco, alcohol or profanity.
(See school dress code for additional examples.)
Dance pick-up: Any student remaining 15 minutes past the end of the dance will not be allowed to the next dance.
PRIDE at LMS
We just completed an ambitious seven week roll-out on behavioral expectations focusing on the PRIDE Rubric. This ranges from bus expectations and school grounds, through the classroom and Cafeteria. With these expectations taught, staff will be holding students accountable for their choices. The GREAT NEWS with that is, 93% of our students this year have been practicing and demonstrating them! Check back later for updates.
Congratulations to the LMS Band and Chorus
on earning 2 High Gold Medals at the
Great East Festival!!!
Friday, Laconia Middle School had 15 students that traveled to Belmont High School for the Lakes Region Junior High Music Festival. These members of the LMS Band and Chorus rehearsed and collaborated with 25 other schools in the Lakes Region, to finally come together and perform a concert that night. It was a wonderful experience and a great opportunity for these honors musicians to work and learn in a larger, musical environment. Students involved in the Chorus were: (7th Grade) Zaria Ainsworth, Isabel Laramie, Olivia Johnson, Jerikah Sylvia, Isabella Thibault, and Daniel Harward; (8th Grade) Shia Rankin, Tyler D'Arezzo, LaDarius Havonglasan, Michael Frakes, Mitchell Boynton, and Jesse Goupil. Students involved in the Band were: (8th Grade) Makenna MacDonald, Sullivan Mousseau, and Anita Wentworth
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