At LCMS we are looking forward to a great 2017-2018 school year! Posted below are links that may be helpful!
Next week we will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week.
We are also asking that our students bring in toothbrushes next week. These toothbrushes, along with items from other organizations will be added to care packages that will be distributed to local families in need around the holidays.
By clicking on the link below you can see how we will be celebrating a drug free life each day next week!
On May 18th at 9 am, Long County Middle School will be hosting a visit for our future 6th graders and their parents.
During this visit, students will learn about the different clubs and sports they can participate in! Students will also get to hear from current 6th students and tour classrooms.
Parents will learn about the various organizations they can be a member of and ways to stay involved with their middle school student.
This school year Georgia is implementing a new standardized examination called Milestones.
This exam will replace the CRCT exam.
You can find out more information on Milestones by visiting the Long County School System webpage.
30% of students in the Long County School System will be required to take the Milestones exam online. In 5 years 100% of students will test online. To practice with the tools available on the online exam you can visit
This week at LCMS our Beta Club is sponsoring an anti-bullying week! Be sure to encourage your child to participate!
-November 5th- “Bullies aren’t Bright”-Wear neon
-November 6th-”Stomp Out Bullying”- Wear boots
-November 7th-”Put a Cap on Bullying”- Wear a hat
-November 10th– “Suspend Bullying”– Wear Suspenders
All week bring canned goods to donate to show that
“we CAN stop bullying!”
Be thinking about what you can do to end bullying and share your ideas on the unity banner in the cafeteria!
This week at Long County Middle School our students have been participating in Red Ribbon Week.
Red Ribbon Week is a way for people to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. According to the National Red Ribbon Campaign, The Red Ribbon Campaign was started when drug traffickers in Mexico City murdered DEA agent Kiki Camarena in 1985. This began the continuing tradition of displaying Red Ribbons as a symbol of intolerance towards the use of drugs.
This week, our students have had the opportunity to participate in dress-up days, sign a pledge to be drug-free, and decorate their homeroom doors.
Our pledge to be drug-free!