Basketball games, with the national anthem by our Grade 7/8 Chorus.
Don't forget to order your LMS yearbook! They are the same price as last year--$25 plus tax. Order online at https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A03268900
8th Grade Families! This is an opportunity for Spring 2024. Informational meeting in the LMS Cafeteria on Thursday, January 19, 6:30 PM. (This is a change of location from the flyer below)
Our yearbook is now on sale! The cost is $25 plus tax, and it can be ordered online at https://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A03268900 It will be on sale until March 1.
Thank you to our afternoon instrument moving crew. They even had a uniform. 😁
Great concert tonight! Also raised money for Refugee Strong.
A great family event this weekend!
Flannel Friday here at LMS! Rocking the Buffalo plaid.
Some big news for Coyote Nation and Coyote Athletics! We now have a new home for Coyote sports, this includes a whole new website, social media, and one stop shop for all RSU 34 Athletics… Give us a follow on Instagram and Facebook - search RSU 34 Athletics or go to our webpage - located on the drop down menu from the RSU 34 or LMS website.
Support our OTES Parent Teacher Club AND get some very nice gifts!
Trunk or Treat is a big hit again this year! Thank you to LMS Student Council, and all homerooms who participated.
Author Omar Mohamed is at LMS today.
Trunk or Treat today!
After school Robotics team started today. Our engineers are on it!
Friday was our visit with author and illustrator of our Big Read, Victoria Jamieson. She worked with Grades 5-8, and she was spectacular! Thank you for all your hard work to make this happen, Mrs. Hinrichs.
8th Grade hosting the carnival games they made. What fun!
In 2018 through early 2019, a stakeholder group in RSU #34 led a community discussion about aspirations and opportunities for our community’s middle school students. This process included a community forum, community survey, and reporting to the School Board. This fall, RSU #34 is conducting a more compact process to confirm that these are still the priorities of our community. We will use this information to inform our planning/budgeting for future years, as well as to inform our applications for grant funds such as ESSER/ARP. We invite you to complete this brief survey, and/or to join us at an open discussion at Leonard Middle School on Monday, Oct. 24th, 5:30 - 6:30 PM. If you wish, please complete this survey by October 31st, 2022. https://forms.gle/kFYSYkuWgqCNjsuR8 If you would like to be more involved, please contact Dr. Gert Nesin, LMS Principal, at Gert.Nesin@rsu34.org !
Team Puffin teachers had an excellent presentation. Our Special Education teachers also offered an engaging session.
LMS and UMaine students on the way to the Maine Association for Middle Level Education (MAMLE) conference.
It’s been a great day for RSU #34! This morning our grant application was approved for $70,000 in supplies to support Computer Science learning at all of our schools; this will support and expand our current coding and robotics efforts, and give us new capacities in virtual and augmented reality. Many thanks to our STEM specialists Mrs. Daniel and Mrs. Zabierek for their hard work in preparing the grant application. Our schools have been leading the way in robotics and coding since a 2012-era community fundraising effort! In addition to our in-school programming for all students, over the course of the past decade competitive robotics teams from LMS and OTHS have each earned their way to international competitions. Then at lunchtime, the Department of Education announced that RSU #34 is one of just four grantees statewide under the Community Schools program. This $50,000 grant will enable us to continue our existing community outreach efforts led by Mrs. Goodwin. Many thanks to her and Mrs. Wilcox for their hard work preparing that grant application. $120,000 total in grant awards is a great way to end a busy week!