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March 10 End of 3rd Quarter 

March 13-17  Spring Break 

March 20  Teacher Planning Day 

March 20 Sibshops

March 20 LMS Graduation Trip Enrollment

March 21  Classes Resume 

March 27  Report Cards Issued

 April 24  Interim Reports Issued

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Attention 8TH graders

8th grade news and important dates!  Here are two great links to help with your high school transition and academies:

http://academies.stjohns.k12.fl.us/

http://www.stjohns.k12.fl.us/gpc/transition-resources/

Schoology

Schoology Information

Parents,

Landrum has recently begun a pilot program with the Schoology learning management system.  Schoology is a secure online program that serves as a central hub for learning. Teachers can create, manage and share information and resources with their students. Students using Schoology can get class assignments, link to readings and guides selected by their teacher, collaborate with classmates, take tests and quizzes, and work on self-paced learning activities.  Here at Landrum, all teachers will be posting Daily Board Agendas (DBAs) to ensure all students and parents know what is being taught in the classroom.  Parents will be given login information in the near future.  Please be patient as we continue to offer professional development to our teachers to ensure the proper use of this program.

 Soccer Teams Both Big Winners!

Congratulations to our Landrum Girls and Boys Soccer Teams.  They both came in first place in the St. Johns County Soccer Tournament during this past frigid weekend.  The girls finished the season Undefeated and the boys rallied in the tournament to each take first place.  Thanks so much to our coaches for their time and effort put in with our teams.  Coach Noon led the girls team for the sixth year and Coach Eddie in his first year leading our boys team.  Way to go Lions!!!

 


 Florida Certificate of Immunization

Very Important!! Rising 7th graders can NOT attend classes in August without proof of a Tdap!

7th Grade Requirement: One dose of tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis (Tdap) vaccine documented on the Florida Certificate of Immunization (DH680) must be received by the school before entering the 7th Grade in August 2017.Parents if your now 6th grade student received his/her Tdap shot during this school year (2016-2017) you may bring in the completed Florida Certificate of Immunization (DH680) at any time prior to the student entering 7th grade in August. If you have any questions, please contact Barbara Grumbach at 904/547-8406 or [email protected]

 

Links for Students

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The Roar TV

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Home Access Center (eSchool Plus+)HAC

Home Access Center (eSchool Plus+) allows parents to view their child’s educational information via a secure, password protected website. Eschool contains vital class information to help students including dates and details of upcoming assignments, projects and test dates. Eschool allows teachers to post files like worksheets, PowerPoints or text files containing important class information. Students will find the information just as important as parents.

HAC information contact Ms. Grumbach  at [email protected]

Detailed Information about eSchool HAC Portal

 

Attendance

If you have an attendance issue contact Ms. Grumbach  at [email protected]

 Cell Phones

Cell phones must be turned off and put away while on campus. Text messages are strictly prohibited. Landrum Middle School will not investigate nor be held responsible for missing or damaged phones. Violation of this policy is considered defiance and could lead to suspension. 

Marine Science Program

Applications for the summer Marine Science Program will be passed out by science teachers at all schools during the week of February 13th. Applications will be due back to science teachers by February 28th. Applications can also be downloaded at any time from the website prior to April 15th at http://www-grms.stjohns.k12.fl.us/ and click on the Marine Science link. The link also will have a complete day by day curriculum for each grade level, parent information, and a video from last year’s program.

This summer program is available to all students currently in grades five through seven and has been sponsored by the school district since 1982. Three eight day sessions are held at Gamble Rogers Middle School with bus transportation provided. The dates for the three sessions this summer will be May 30th through June 8th, June 12th   through June 22nd, and June 26th through July 7th. Small classes of 12-14 students are separated by grade level. All instructors in the program are St. Johns County School District teachers.

The Marine Science Program is a carefully designed experience for responsible students who are interested in learning about our local marine environments. Learning is “hands on” in the field with students kayaking, canoeing, boating, hiking, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, surfing, SUP, (stand up paddleboarding), etc. Specific grade level activities and curriculum are attached to the applications and are also available from the website. More information about the program can be had by emailing Kristina Bransford or John Gordon at [email protected] .

 Florida Instructional Materials Adoption

The St. Johns County School District is currently reviewing materials for the Florida Instructional Materials adoption for Social Studies. Digital and print materials are also available for examination at The Fullerwood Center, 10 Hildreth Drive, St. Augustine, 32084, from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM weekdays, excluding holidays. Check the Textbook Adoption site frequently for updates.  Please call 904.547.3947 for more information if needed.


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