Band is back at it!
Information for "How High School Works" for Grade 8 families...
Grade 8 Families... Interested in learning more about high school? Below is the link to the sign-up form for the "How High School Works" workshop at OTHS. If you have questions, please contact Bryan Murphy at OTHS. email@example.com https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfTJjYoMXO1ZDmctoNnmu__RVAtbkxYt28CHk5eOv7dp_TpVg/viewform?usp=sf_link
On a hot humid day the LMS Track and Field team hosted their last meet of the season at Victory Field yesterday. We are all so proud of their effort and hard work this season and can’t wait to see what their track future has in store for all the athletes. Thank you for a great season and GO COYOTES!!!
Solid performances by our LMS softball and baseball teams yesterday. The baseball team fell to Ellsworth by one run and the softball team had a three run victory over the Eagles. All coaches were proud of their teams effort! Up next for for both teams is a Monday matchup with the Helen S. Dunn School. Go Coyotes!!!
What makes a nice day even better? Ice Cream! Thank you to Horace Mann and Spencer's Ice Cream for this decadent deliciousness.
Thank you to our PTC for treating the teachers to Harvest Moon Deli today! We are very grateful for your support.
Plenty of sunshine swept Victory Field yesterday as your LMS track and field team competed against three other schools on a warm spring day. Many great performances were had by LMS athletes and we are very proud of how they represented our school. Their last meet of the season is next Wednesday at OTHS with a 4 pm start. Way to go Coyotes!!!
Big wins for our softball and baseball teams yesterday. Spot on pitching and lots of hits propelled the softball team to a big victory over Brewer. Our baseball team fought off a comeback from the Brewer boys by scoring 2 runs in the top of the 7th followed by solid defense in the bottom to seal the victory. Way to go Coyotes!!!
Leonard Middle School COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic WE HAVE ABOUT 40 APPOINTMENTS LEFT Penobscot Community Health Care (PCHC) is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to provide FREE COVID-19 vaccines to RSU 34 School District students ages 12 and older. Dates First Dose: Thursday, May 20th from 12:30pm - 1:30pm Second Dose: Thursday, June 10th from 12:30pm - 1:30 pm Location Leonard Middle School Gymnasium - 156 Oak Street, Old Town Which vaccination? Pfizer—2 doses given 3 weeks apart Registration: Deadline is Wednesday, May 19th by NOON Sign your student up to receive the vaccine by email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org Student’s name (First and Last) Student’s date of birth Student’s grade level Parent Consent Parent consent is required for students and can be accessed by using the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Ddbca3HcrVcTLYqt2xEwd_LR1sQDeROE/view OR ask Nurse Vanessa to send one home to you. The completed consent form may be returned by: Emailing the form to email@example.com Returning the form to the Leonard Middle School Main office prior to May 19th.
One of our RSU#34 families--with children at all 3 levels--lost their home to a fire this morning. If you'd like to help, please go to this Go Fund Me link. https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-summer-her-children-after-devastating-fire?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR3YbliZGblv4wpV4aHUynukt5p7jLhRRMwkxfsGYVHM1Ts0ddkyNi4p4gg
LMS Athletics, less than a minute ago LMS softball and baseball were in action yesterday afternoon. In softball the girls hung tough against Nokomis but came up short in a 7-6 loss. Lots of great plays and pitching by both teams. The LMS baseball team squeaked out a 2-1 win down at Nokomis after a one run loss last week to the same team. Both LMS teams are in action next Tuesday against Brewer. Way to Go Coyotes!!!
LMS Athletics was alive and well Wednesday with our track team competing for the first time this season at OTHS. There were a lot of athletes competing in track for the first time and they were all amazing and some of our veterans had some outstanding performances. The whole team represented LMS very well for our first of three home meets! Next Weds will be our next meet with a 4pm start. In Baseball news the boys had am impressive 16-3 win over the Cohen school with some outstanding pitching, plenty of hits and even a home run! Next up is a trip back down to Nokomis today for a 4:30 game. Way to go Coyotes!!!
CHEER CAMP OPPORTUNITY!! This is open to all current OTHS students as well as incoming freshman AND students entering 8th grade in the fall! Contact coach Nicole Hogan for more information.
Due to a local decision, our May 12th baseball game and June 3rd Softball game at the Doughty school vs Cohen, spectators are not permitted. Thank you in advance for your cooperation
Our PTC meets this Wednesday by Zoom. Please join us. https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/83631267962
Leonard Middle School Store is open again. Today through May 23. If you are looking for LMS or Old Town gear this is your chance. https://leonardms2021.itemorder.com/sale
As of 5/6 the Softball/ Baseball schedule has been updated to reflect changes made. Dates and times can be found either in our event section of our website or at the following link: https://www.rsu34.org/o/lms/browse/201217 Thank you and Go Coyotes!
LMS Athletics, Weds. May 5th: With all the rain coming, and cooler temps, Softball will be inside today at Milligan's Sports Center from 3:30-5pm. Baseball will be in the LMS Gym from 3:15-4:15. Track will have No practice today.
LMS had its first interscholastic competition since February 2020 with our softball and baseball teams playing against Reeds Brook Middle School. Both teams fell short, but all coaches were proud of their effort and pleased to get things going this spring. Both teams compete against Nokomis on Thursday at 4pm with baseball traveling and softball home. LMS would like to thank all players, coaches and fans for following our protocols at our games. Go Coyotes!!!