Seventh Grade Bulldog Pride Newsletter
From the leadership team
Larose Cut Off Middle School Cellphone Policy During State Testing
Everyone is encouraged to leave all cellphones, SMART watches, FITBITS, and/or any other electronic devices at home on the days of State Testing.
If any of these items are brought to school during testing, the student will be given an individual zip-lock bag to place their items in before testing begins. These items WILL NOT be returned until the end of the day.
This policy and procedure is set in place for test security reasons. Violation of this policy can result in testing irregularity which can cause the student and school to receive a score of 0.
Thank you for your help in following this policy!
LCOMS Administrative Team
Focus: This week we will be completing our learning of statistics. Students will not be tested in Module 5, which is statistics and probability until after LEAP testing in May.
Focus for the week will be test prep: reviewing fiction and nonfiction genres and test structure
Monday- Friday= Asexual and Sexual Reproduction
**TM test April 30**
Monday -- Immigration
Tuesday -- Social and Religious Reform
Wednesday -- Educational Reform
Thursday/Friday -- The Abolitionists
girls Health and Pe
Physical fitness testing
boys health and pe
Physical fitness testing
Mon. - Fri. - ABC’s of FACS Book Project - (Test Grade - Due April 18) Students will create a book using each letter of the alphabet. Each letter represents a topic we learned about in FACS this year. The booklet will have one letter per page with two sentences describing the topic for that letter and a picture illustrating the word. (Ex. A is for Appetite. Appetite is the desire to eat. Hunger is the need to eat.) Look for the Directions and Rubric for the project.
Students are making a pillowcase. They need 1 yard of cotton fabric, ⅓ yard of cotton fabric, ¼ yard of cotton fabric, and a spool of all purpose thread. The 3 pieces of fabric should coordinate together (match). Material needs to be 45 inches wide or larger to complete the project.
Fri, March 30-Fri, April 6: Spring Break
Tues. April 10-FACS Meeting @ Skinny
Wed, April 11-FACS Cupcake Sale $2.00
Wed, April 11-LEAP 2025 Testing 6th Grade ELA/MATH Session I
Thurs, April 12: Yearbook Snowball SAle $3.00
Thurs, April 12: LEAP 2025 Testing 6th Grade ELA/MATH Session II
Thurs, April 12: Female Athlete Expo Wellness Center 5:00 PM-9:00 PM Must have registered by April 5
Fri, April 13: PBiS Jean Day $1.00
Fri, April 13: LEAP 2025 Testing 6th Grade ELA/MATH Sesion III
Mon, April 16: LEAP 2025 Testing 6th Grade Social Study Session I & II
Tues, April 17: LEAP 2025 Testing 6th Grade Social Study Session III
Wed, April 18: LEAP 2025 Testing 7th Grade ELA/ Math Session I
Wed, April 18: Stu Co Popcorn Sale $1.00
Wed, April 18: BETA Mtg. Skinny
Thurs, April 19: LEAP 2025 Testing 7th Grade ELA/ Math Session II
Thurs. April 19: Snowball Sale $3.00
Fri, April 20: LEAP 2025 Testing 7th Grade ELA/ Math Session III
Fri, April 20: PBiS Dress Down Day $1.00
Sat, April 21: MK5K
Sun, April 22: GKTW Cake Bingo
Mon, April 23: Progress Reports
Mon, April 23: LEAP 2025 7th Grade Social Study Session I & II
Tues, April 24: LEAP 2025 7th Grade Social Study Session III
Wed, April 25: Stu CO Mtg @ Skinny
Wed. April 25: Yearbook Pickle Sale
Wed, April 25: LEAP 2025 8th ELA/Math Session I
Thrus, April 26: Jean Day proceeds go to Choir Club $1.00
Thurs, April 26: LEAP 2025 8th ELA/Math Session II
Fri, April 27: Redemption Friday
Fri, April 27: LEAP 2025 8th ELA/Math Session III
Sat, April 28: Cheer Tryouts