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  • Thanks for another wonderful school year!  Have a safe and happy summer.

    Important- Report Cards for the 4th Marking Period will be emailed on Monday, June 26th.

    Please click on the link below to read the latest edition of Lakeside Lines:  June Lakeside Lines

    Important End of the Year Activities and Dates:

    8th Grade Washington D.C. Trip - June 15th and 16th

    8th Grade Advancement Ceremony - June 20th @ 6:30 PM

    Last Student Day - June 21st

    Congratulations to Ms. Maletsky and her 7th Grade Academically Talented Students for winning Gold in the Global Virtual Classroom Challenge.  To win the gold the students created a "Gender Equality" website.  Their efforts will enable a child in Vietnam to be awarded a year long scholarship to attend school.  Awesome Work!
     
    Congratulations to 8th grade student, Brianna Cortes, for being chosen as the recipient of the 2017 Rotary Student Achievement Award.  Please click on the following link to read the newspaper article about Brianna:  Article
     
    Congratulations to 7th grade student, Karyn Tanis, for winning 3rd place at the Morris County Spelling Bee.
     
    Congratulations to 7th grade student, Heather Radomski, for winning 2nd Place in the VFW Patriots Pen Essay Contest.
     
    Congratulations to Mrs. Meghan Moyle, who was chosen as the recipient of the 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year Award.

     

     

     

     

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    The mission of Lakeside Middle School is to help students bridge the gap between the self-contained skills structure of the elementary school and the departmental specialized structure of the high school.  We accomplish this by taking advantage of the natural relationships among subjects utilizing the team philosophy of education.

    We recognize that preadolescents are especially sensitive to instructional surroundings.  We, therefore, provide an instructional approach which is caring, supportive and affirms the worth and potential of every student.

    In order to make good career decisions in late adolescence, the middle school student needs a wide variety of experiences.  Therefore, in addition to our core curriculum, we provide an exploratory program in the related arts.  We also focus on enhancing students’ technical knowledge and skills, while encouraging them to interact positively with their peers.  Students participate in a variety of problem solving activities, which strengthen critical thinking skills and generate effective decision making techniques.  The end result is an enthusiastic and confident adolescent eager to meet the challenges of high school.
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