It’s that time of year again when students are getting back into the swing of things at LMS.  It is important for students to get back into the routine of eating breakfast, lunch and supper, going to bed at a decent time and reading 20 minutes or pages every day.  This routine will help students be ready to learn when they walk in the building and make them better learners!  LMS Library is challenging students to read several books from different genera to broaden their reading experience.  If students finish their bookmark by Christmas break they will win a prize from the LMS library.  Students grab a good book and read, read, read!

Experimenting with Duckweed

September 22, 2017

Currently in seventh grade science, students are observing and experimenting with lemna monor also known as Duckweed.  Duckweed is a small flowering aquatic plant that is native to this area, it is found in slow or still bodies of freshwater all over Nebraska and most o... Read More

8th Grade Football

September 21, 2017

While the temperatures we’ve been experiencing may beg to differ, the sounds of cleats scraping across concrete, shoulder pads clashing against one another, and coaches barking out instructions to their players indicate that football season in upon and us and fall is (... Read More

Internet Safety Tips For Parents

September 19, 2017

Kids need to use the Internet; these tips will help you keep them safe.By Patti Ghezzi (  Millions of students head to the nearest computer to conduct school research online. With the Internet’s help, they can create everything from detailed proj... Read More

7th Grade Social Studies

September 11, 2017

Students in 7th grade social studies are enjoying the new materials the school district ordered this past summer.  While our topics and themes are similar to what we had previously, the new textbook materials offer students more opportunities to delve deeper into the ... Read More

Edgar Allen Poe

September 7, 2017

"Villains! Tear up the planks! It is the beating of his hideous heart!" Edgar Allen Poe is the perfect way to start the school year! Students in Language Arts  read the "The Tell-Tale Heart" and used details from the story to create their own tale. In gro... Read More