Lakeridge Middle School Fundraiser
If you are one of the 125 families who have already made a donation, THANK YOU! At our general meeting on 10/8, we approved the first wave of investments to benefit our students this year (more below). We are still fundraising through October, and hope to invest additional dollars after the campaign concludes. If you have not done so please give today!
At the 10/8 general meeting parent club approved the following purchases:
Student experiences - $12K
Extreme Engineering bridge kits
Tchoukball sets for PE
Lego robotics expansion kits
"Breaking down the walls" - 7th grade program
Spanish IXL pilot for 6th grade Spanish Immersion
Upfront magazine for 8th grade social studies
School library - LMS Reads - $5K
Arts & Culture - guest clinicians for orchestra. band, choir - $3K
This year we are suggesting $125 per family, please donate now!
Staff Holiday Cookie & Treat Bar
Please help us celebrate our wonderful staff by contributing to our Parent Club sponsored Holiday Cookie and Treat Bar. Parents are asked to bring 2+ dozen of their favorite holiday cookie, candy or treat to school between 8:00am and 10:00am on Thursday, December 12th. Throughout the day, staff will be able to put together their own cookie trays to bring home and share. Thank you for helping support our hardworking LMS community! Sign up coming soon!
SHOP AMAZONSMILE and give back to our students!
The holidays are fast approaching and we know many of you will be busy shopping for gifts, decorations, and more. Shop at smile.amazon.com and choose Lakeridge Junior High School as your charitable beneficiary… (the name change to LMS has not yet happened on Amazonsmile)… so that we can invest some dollars back to LMS. Shop and raise money for the school at the same time! Thanks for your support.
Spirit Wear CLEARANCE SALE!
$5 sweatshirts, water bottles, hats, shirts
Help in the Holiday Season
It’s that wonderful time of year when families and loved ones gather together and celebrate many traditions. Although this time of year can be very happy for many people, it can be very difficult for families with not enough financial resources. We have many families right here in Lake Oswego who struggle to make ends meet each month. The holiday season only magnifies this situation. Each year, we collect gift card donations from generous families in our community. We are able to put these resources to good use by assisting our families in need here at Lakeridge Middle School. In the past, we have received enough donations to continue the assistance after the holiday season.
If you would like to donate a gift card, please turn it into the front office or drop them in the counselor’s boxes. We will be collecting gift cards from now through Monday, Dec. 16th. The counselors, Monica Binder, Marcy Watts and Callie Charon, will be collecting them and distributing them to families. If you are a family in need of assistance, please contact one of the counselors by email or phone, 503-534-2343. This information is confidential.
6th grade – Monica Binder email@example.com
7th grade – Marcy Watts firstname.lastname@example.org
8th grade - Callie Charon email@example.com
The Art Literacy Training meeting for the 6th grade Egypt project is Wednesday, Dec. 4th 9:15-10:30 am in Room #9. If you plan to help with this project the week of December 10th-13th, please attend the meeting. If you have not yet signed up as a volunteer, but would like to help, contact Heather Wick (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly to be added to the Art Lit email list.
Lost and Found Chair
We are looking for a Lost and Found Chair!
At the end of each term, the chair needs to go and collect all the lost and found items, sort through and find and return the ones with names on them, clean and prepare the rest of the items to donated. Please contact Lynne Thompson for more information at LLCThompson@mac.com
School Store Volunteers 2019-2020 > Sign up HERE
Come and work with the students for 20 minutes during lunch to oversee sales and check-out lines. Working at the the School Store is a great leadership tool; students learn to handle money, customer service, as well as the importance of showing up when scheduled and focusing on the task at hand. This is a valuable hands-on learning and an excellent way to volunteer.