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9/18/2018
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Quarter 1: Tuesday, 9/4 through Tuesday, 10/09
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Quarter 2: Tuesday, 10/16 through Tuesday, 12/18 (No activities on 10/25, 11/20, 11/22)
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Quarter 3: Tuesday, 1/08 through Tuesday 2/26
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Quarter 4: Tuesday, 3/06 through Thursday, 5/16 (No activities on 3/14, 3/19, 3/21, 4/02)
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Please be aware that the schedule is subject to change during the school year.
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Activity sessions end at 4:20 PM. Please make arrangements to pick up your child by 4:30 PM at the latest. School personnel must wait until all students leave.
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ActivityTeacher & RoomTime & DayGrade LevelQuartersDescription
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Academic Support (English/Language Arts)Valadez, 129Tuesday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Students will receive help with reading and writing homework and classwork. Interested students should sign up or get signed up by a teacher in the Assistant Principals' office by 1 pm on the day of activities.
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Academic Support (Math)Newsome, 202Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Students will receive help with math homework and classwork. Interested students should sign up in the Assistant Principals' office by 1 p.m. on the day of activities.
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After School LibraryFrese/Zook, LibraryTuesday and Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Need a quiet place to read or study after school? Need to find some great books to read? Come to the LMS library on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays after school. (Space is limited. Students must sign up in advance on the day they plan to stay. Come to the library to sign up on the day you plan to stay.)
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Art ClubRobertson, 008Tuesday, 3:20 PM6, 7,8 2, 3, 4Art club provides opportunities for students to explore the arts beyond the regular classroom. Students will create amazing projects, gain a deeper understanding of the world of art, and most importantly have fun with others who share similar interests.
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Assessment Make-UpsPalumbo, 217Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Students will be able to make up missed assessments (tests, quizzes, etc.) in a quiet environment. Students can also receive help with reading and writing homework and classwork. Interested students should sign up or get signed up by a teacher in the Assistant Principals' office by 1 PM on the day of activities.
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Board Games ClubMercury, 131Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Come play board games! Come play Ms. Mercury's games or bring your own! Students must sign up in advance at room 131. Spaces are limited.
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Book Battle ClubWeiss/Matthews, 112Tuesday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 82, 3, 4Book Battle is a county-wide book competition in which middle school students read from a list of twenty books. Students become familiar with the books through weekly team meetings and then participate in a trivia-like night competition with students from across the county.
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Caligraphy ClubCochran, 227Thursdays, 3:20 PM6, 7, 83, 4Come learn caligraphy with Dr. Cochran! Students must sign up ahead of time in order to participate.
Begins 1/24
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Disney Literature ClubM. Allen, 116Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 83, 4In Disney Literature Club, we will watch and read Disney stories and discuss literary elements.
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DiversiteamAlimayu, 223Wednesdays, 7:30 AM6, 7, 83, 4LMS is forming a student council. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.
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Green TeamHarris, 115Thursdays, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 3, 4This club will research ways to "green" up LMS. We will look at the possibility of creating and implementing a composting program at LMS as well as other recycling options. Join us as we work to improve our school community and help our planet.
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History BeeShacklette, 132Thursdays, 3:20 PM6, 7, 83, 4History based quiz bowl
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Homework ClubStein, 117Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Homework Club is for invited students in grades 6-8. They will be given the opportunity to complete homework with the assistance of Ladue Horton Watkins Tutors.
Begins 9/21
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Knitting ClubMcCarthy/Wilson, 300Tuesdays, 3:206,7,81, 2, 3, 4Knitting club is an opportunity to learn to knit and make items to donate to a good cause. Knitting club at LMS is part of Kids Knitting It Forward.
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Ladunicorns, LMS Gay Straight AllianceMercury, 131Tuesdays, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Ladue's GSA is designed to provide fun and support for LGBTQIA students and their allies, and to raise awareness of gender/sexual identity issues.
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M&M ClubHuelsing/PalumboTuesdays or Thursdays, TBD 3:206, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4The M&M Club works to support academic, emotional and social growth at LMS by enlisting several teachers and staff members to serve as mentors to students. Participation in this club is by invitation.
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Math Competition ClubChambers/Eller, 241Tuesday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4This club is for students who like to practice math outside of their normal course and participate in competitions. Some of the competitions are AMC 8/10, MATHCOUNTS, MEGSL, and MCTM.
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Middle School MilersScherck, CafeTuesday or Thursday, TBA 6,7,83Students will be preparing for a 5K run in April. They will be engagaing in running workouts and discuss good nutritional habits. Students will also particpate in a service learning project. There is a small fee for the 5K run.
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Model UNReber/M. Allen, 113Tuesday, 3:20 PM 6, 7, 82, 3Students will take on the role of UN ambassadors to tackle major issues around the world. Students will attend a General Assembly in the spring to present their resolutions to other schools.
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Partners ClubDeposki/Morgan, 123Tuesday, 3:20 PM 6, 7, 82, 3, 4This is a club for students with and without disabilities to comes together for games, Legos, crafts, community service, school events and fun. Please bring your own nut-free snack. Partners Club was created by the Special Olympics National Youth Activation Committee.
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Science Bowl - 6th GradeMurphy, 141Tuesday, 3:20 PM62, 3This is a fast paced buzzer competition. Only five students per grade level will be selected. A training and practice club operates during quarter two. Students qualify for the team based on their scores in training sessions. The group is slowly reduced to the team members for competitions.
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Science Bowl - 7th GradeMcMonigle, 235Thursday (lunch)72, 3This is a fast paced buzzer competition. Only five students per grade level will be selected. A training and practice club operates during quarter two. Students qualify for the team based on their scores in training sessions. The group is slowly reduced to the team members for competitions.
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Science Bowl - 8th GradeLongWednesday, (Lunch)82, 3, 4This is a fast paced buzzer competition. Only five students per grade level will be selected. A training and practice club operates during quarter two. Students qualify for the team based on their scores in training sessions. The group is slowly reduced to the team members for competitions.
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Spanish ClubBerrios, 206Thursday, 7:30 AM6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Come and join the Spanish Club! We will go on field trips, make projects, and socialize with other students using the Spanish language.
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Student Ambassadors ClubJestes, 219Thursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 82, 3, 4If you are interested in working on service projects that meet the needs of our LMS School Committee, the LMS Student Ambassadors Club is for you. Students will develop ideas for special ways to make special contributions to our school and show appreciation to members of our school community. One of the first projects for the year will be to make holiday appreciation cards to accompany the gift cards that are purchased for LMS Staff through the LMSPA Funds for Excellence fundraiser. Throughout the year, different ideas for projects will be generated. The LMS Ambassadors club is co-sponsored by an LMS staff member and parents from the LMS Parent Association and will meet on Thursdays after school in room 219 for the remainder of the year. Students may attend once or every time. Late bus transportation is provided. The first meeting for the year will be this Thursday, December 13.
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Table TennisTheodosiuThursday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 83
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Ubuntu Leaders (Affinity Group) (Female)C. Allen/Lowe-Dobbins, 128Tuesday, 3:20 PM (every other week beginning 9/5)6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4The purpose of Affinity Group is to connect young women of color with the greater Ladue School/Community, by addressing the social, academic, physiological and emotional concerns that students of color encounter while attending LMS.
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Ubuntu Leaders (Affinity Group) (Male)Washington, 221Tuesday, 3:20 PM (every other week beginning 9/5)6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4The purpose of Affinity Group is to connect young men of color with the greater Ladue School/Community, by addressing the social, academic, physiological and emotional concerns that students of color encounter while attending LMS.
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YearbookHake/Cognac, 203 Thursday, 3:20 PM (beginning on Thursday, 9/6 with an informational meeting in Room 203)6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Selected students will create the visual and written record of the school year. Students will take photos, write captions, and use graphic design to create the 2018-2019 yearbook for LMS. Year-long commitment required.
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Zumba ClubBerrios, 206Tuesday, 3:20 PM6, 7, 83, 4Zumba is a mix of Latin music rhythms. Come to this club and enjoy listening and dancing to the Zumba music. You don't have to be an expert to come and enjoy this experience.
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Science Olympiad Long/CoachesVarious (see below)6, 7, 81, 2, 3, 4Science Olympiad operates as an open club 1st and 2nd quarters, offering 23 different events. For 3rd quarter onward, it will run as a select program, consisting of two teams. Mr. Long will notify students who are selected. A kickoff meeting will be held on Thursday, September 6 this year to introduce the different events to interested students.
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Anatomy & PhysiologyBoschert/Pan, 220Tuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/11
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Battery BuggyBiernbaum, 3 (shop)Tuesday, 4:20-5:20PMstarts 9/13
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BoomileverBiernbaum, 3 (shop)Tuesday, 3:20-4:20PMstarts 9/13
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Circuit LabClay, 135Wednesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/12
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Crime BustersMatthews, 222Wednesday, 3:20 PMstarts 10/3
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Density LabMcMonigle, 235Tuesday, 7AM-8AMstarts 9/11
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Disease DetectivesBaebler, libraryTuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/25
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Dynamic PlanetC. Allen, 128Thursday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/13
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Elastic Launch GliderLong, 136/gymWednesday 7:15 AM, Saturday 9 AMstarts 9/19
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Experimental DesignStrobel, 216Tuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/11
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FossilsStein, 117Tuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 10/2
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Game OnHake, 203Tuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/19
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HeredityStrobel, 216Thursday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/13
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HerpetologyBaebler, libraryevery other Tuesday, 4:20 PMstarts 10/2
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MeterologyMurphy, 141Thursday, 3:20 PMstarts 10/4
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Mystery ArchitectureWilson, 205Tuesday, 7:15AM-8AMstarts 10/16
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Potions and PoisonsMatthews, 222Wednesday 4:20 PMstarts 10/3
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Road ScholarsDavis, 135Mondays, 3:20-5:15 PMstarts 9/17
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Roller CoastersBiernbaum, 3 (shop)Wednesday 3:20 PMstarts 9/12
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Solar SystemRozbicki, library labThursday, 4:20 PMstarts 9/20
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ThermodynamicsClay, 135Wednesday 4:15 PMstarts 9/12
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Water QualityBaebler, libraryevery other Tuesday, 4:20 PMstarts 9/25
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Write It/Do ItO'Hara, 136Tuesday, 3:20 PMstarts 9/11
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