Snow Leopard Bonanza
LKMS' Third Annual - "Snow Leopard Winter Break Bonanza"! Back by popular demand!
The PBIS team would like to celebrate all of our students at Lime Kiln! Students who are ROARing (being Responsible, Organized, Achieving and Respectful) will be receiving raffle tickets in class for the entire month of December for chances to win prizes. PARENTS/GUARDIANS! WE NEED YOUR HELP! We are in search of small prizes that could be raffled off to students on December 22. Some ideas could include: books your child no longer reads, lotions, ear buds, pop sockets, fidgets, small puzzles, coin purses, scarves, accessories, jewelry, fun school supplies, or gift cards, $5-10 (TuttiFrutti, Target, Chipotle, McDonald's, Chick-fil-A are favorites)! Students or parents can drop off donated items in the vestibule of our Front Office entrance until December 10.
Thank you so much for your support! We know the students will be excited for our special “SNOW LEOPARD WINTER BREAK BONANZA!”
Carson Scholarship - 8th Grade Students
Lime Kiln Middle School will be nominating one 8th grade student to compete for the $1000 Carson Scholarship. The nomination is based on scholarship, citizenship, and especially community service. The deadline for application submission is Monday, December 6. More information about the Carson Scholarship is available on our website.
Young Authors’ Contest – 2021/22
The Young Authors’ Contest sponsored by the Howard County Literacy Association is taking place for all students in Grades 1 through 12 who would like to showcase their writing (short stories or poems). All students should read the official contest rules and must include the cover sheet with their entry. All entries must be submitted to Ms. Preston, via email, Melissa_Preston@hcpss.org by Tuesday, January 25.
MAP Test Results
Parents can access their student’s MAP test results in Synergy. For more information on accessing previous MAP test results and PDF Home reports in Synergy, please visit the Fall 2020 FAQ Page.
Lost and Found
Our Lost and Found (located in the Cafeteria) has accumulated a large amount of jackets, hats, reusable water bottles, and lunch boxes. Please have your student check the cafeteria if they are missing any items. The Lost and Found will be cleaned out by Friday, December 17.
Howard County Association of Student Councils (HCASC) Meeting
Wednesday, December 8, 7:00-8:00pm, Homewood Center Cafeteria
All middle and high school students are invited to attend HCASC meetings. There is NO RSVP required to attend in person. Students who wish to view the meeting virtually may access the livestream link on the HCASC website, which will be posted the week of the meeting.
Please visit the HCPSS website for all the latest news and information.