Family Game Night
Relay For Life Fundraiser
March 21, 2017
6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Following the SIC Meeting
Lewisville Middle School Cafeteria
Donation to Relay For Life
Taboo, Uno, Clue, Bingo, Tic Tac Toe, Guess Who, Yahtzee,
Battle Ship, Sorry, Monopoly, Probe, Othello, Over Turn & MORE
Pre-Register—Fill out the To pre-register, please fill out this form and return it to school: Family Game Night.pdf
School Improvement Council meets at 5:30 on the following dates:
Tuesday, September 27
Tuesday, October 25
Monday, November 21
No meeting in December
Tuesday, January 24 January 17 (all meetings for 2nd semester moved to the 3rd Tuesday)
Tuesday, February 28 February 21
Tuesday, March 28 March 21
Tuesday, April 25 April 18
Tuesday, May 23 May 16
Chester County School District
Charged Meals Policy
Procedures for handling charged meals in elementary and secondary schools are developed for the purpose of dealing with this situation on a consistent basis so the student “customer” will not be embarrassed or humiliated.
“Charged meals” are defined as meals which cannot be properly accounted for because the student has no money.
· Students may charge up to $10.00 in meals.
· Notification through ParentLink will be used to notify parents of account balances with less than $10.00 weekly.
· Any student on paid or reduced status with a negative $10.00 balance will be served an alternate meal until the balance is paid in full or arrangements have been made with the food service director to make installment payments.
· The food service program will assume the cost of the alternate meal. If a student has a negative $10.00 balance and receives a regular meal, the cost will be charged to the students account.
· Students on free meal status with a negative balance will always receive a regular meal.
· Any student with a negative balance will not be allowed to purchase anything extra (a la caret items).
· Adults may not charge meals.
District wide information is available through this link.
Greetings, Lewisville Middle School Family,
It is hard to believe that we are halfway into another school year! It seems like school just opened a few weeks ago, and now the second semester is already here. We have been extremely busy and our students and teachers have done some remarkable things in our classes. We are also extremely proud of the many positive things our parent volunteers are doing in and around the school. We know, that in order for our school to be successful, there must be collaboration between the home, school, and community. I am proud to say that we are working to make together to make our school, community, and world better.
Parents this is a quick reminder that our teachers are available to provide extra assistance to your child before and/or after school. If you notice that your student is struggling in a class, please feel free to contact the teacher by email or phone to make arrangements for some additional help. Our goal is to make sure that our students are prepared for learning at the next level. We continue to have an open door policy, where parents are free to share ideas and concerns with administrators, faculty, and/or staff members as the need arises. We are all stakeholders in our school and the future of our students, and we must do all that we can to promote their success.
Take care, and we look forward to seeing you in 2017!
“LMS- Leading, Modeling, Succeeding”
Cedrick R. Tidwell
LMS Mission Statement
In partnership with parents and the community, LMS will provide students with a safe and positive environment that meets the needs of adolescents and ensures that students are provided with the means to reach their individual goals of academic growth in order to be productive, responsible, and successful in the high school setting and beyond.