LMS at the DASD Science Fair

Lionville Middle School students had six students and five projects entered into this year’s DASD Science Fair. Four projects and five students from LMS will be going onto the Chester County Science Fair on March 17. Please send your support as these students move on to the next level.

Student-Led Conferences

Our student writer today is: Gnana Shloka Kari

Over Thanksgiving break, LMS tried something other than the usual parent-teacher conferences. An interactive, Student-Led conference that the 7th and 8th-grade students of LMS had the opportunity to lead. Students were able to showcase work from classes that they were proud of, to their parents. They could also show work that they needed to improve on. If their parents had any questions about their child’s grade, or on any of the comments teachers made on assignments, they could ask the teacher, who was checking in with families regularly.

Coming Monday: LMS Sports Extravaganza!

It’s going down Nov 4th! ALL LMS vs. DMS games will be held at the West campus. We want the entire community to come out and support our kids!

Food trucks will be there!

7th Boys Soccer: 4:00 @ DMS

7th Girls Soccer: 4:00 @ DMS

7th Football: 4:00 @ DMS

7th Volleyball: 4:00 @ DMS

7th Field Hockey: 4:00 @ DMS

7th & 8th Cross Country: 4:00 West/DMS

8th Field Hockey: 6:00 @ Kottmeyer Stadium

8th Girls Soccer: 6:00 @ DiSerafino Stadium

8th Volleyball: 6:00 @ West Gym

8th Football: 7:30 @ Kottmeyer Stadium

8th Boys Soccer 7:30 @ DiSerafino Stadium

Bracelets to Benefit Poverty Stricken Areas

Sra. Meyer’s Spanish II classes will be selling Pulseras (bracelets in Spanish) at all lunches until October 8th. All proceeds from the sales go directly back to students and families in poverty stricken areas of Guatemala and Nicaragua. Bracelets are $5 and the bags are $10. Thank you for your support with this program that helps support sustainability and fair trade with these countries. The mission of the Pulsera Project is to engage students in other cultures and promote sustainability for students and families. IMG_2434

Welcome Back, LMS!

It is our pleasure to introduce you to the newest Student Council at LMS, from left to right, Jack Dungan, Mackenzie Comegys, Ellery Daskivich, Camille Klingen, and Prisha Amit William. Please read on for a letter from our newly appointed Student Council President, Mackenzie Comegys.

Welcome back LMS! My name is Mackenzie Comegys and I am your 2019-2020 Student Council President. I am looking forward to making this year at LMS the best year yet. We have a variety of events in store for you including the Turkey Trot, dances, student-faculty basketball game and more. We also organize events to pay back to the community including bus driver appreciation day and various fundraisers throughout the year. If you have any suggestions throughout the year on how to make LMS a better school, feel free to talk to me or any other student council member. I can’t wait for this year and I hope that all students have a great year.