MISSION STATEMENTLeesville Road Middle School, in partnership with our community, will create a learning environment that will promote growth for all students.VISION STATEMENTHighly qualified faculty and staff will provide rigorous instruction in a safe and orderly environment that is conducive to learning.VALUE STATEMENTSAt LRMS we...•value a climate of respect for ourselves, the environment, and the community.•value parent and community involvement in the education of our students.•value the use of data, research, and reflective practices to make informed educational decisions.
The Healthful Living Department's Red Ribbon Week (Anti-drug week) will be celebrated Monday, October 27 - Friday, October 31, 2014.The Daily Red Ribbon themes are:Monday, October 27- "Stomp Out Drugs Day" - wear mismatched shoes (no slippers)Tuesday, October 28 - "Hats Off To Being Drug Free Day" - wear a hat dayWednesday, October 29 - Teacher WorkdayThursday, October 30 - "Team Up Against Drugs Day" - wear your favorite team's jersey/ shirtFriday, October 31 - "Drugs Are Crazy Day" - wear crazy, mismatched clothes (no pajamas)
Winter Sports Tryouts
Winter Sports Try Outs:Currently we are having students sign up in our classes for winter sport try outs. Sign ups are from Tuesday 10/14 to Friday 10/17.There will be an informational meeting on Monday, November 3 at 5:15 pm in the cafeteria for all Parents and Students interested in trying out for boys or girls basketball and cheerleading. All completed Athletic Participation forms can be turned in that evening. Final due date for these completed Athletic Participation Forms will be by Friday morning November 7 by 9 am.The first day for Winter Sports try outs is Wednesday, November 12.
There is now a crossing guard at the corner of O'Neal Road and Pride Way. The guard will be crossing elementary and middle school children mornings and afternoons approximately 7:30am - 9:30am and 2:30pm - 4:30pm. Please be aware and practice caution and patience at the intersection.
New Crossing Guard
Do you want to travel to Italy, but the cost is making you shy??? Then you need to attend our next meeting of the Global Classroom - It's all about FUNDRAISING!Come and enroll to help out at our Car Wash next month and help us earn funds towards the travel costs!Where? Room 128 at 3:30 on October 8th! Italy is within your reach!
There will be two activity buses this year for Leesville Middle. All buses will depart at 5:00Bus 1 Rashida Gibson - 1475Leesville Rd @ Food Lion Shopping CenterJeffrey's Grove ElementaryBaileywick ElementaryCarroll Middle SchoolMillbrook High SchoolRaleigh Blvd @ Shopping CenterMary E. Phillips High SchoolBus 2 - Letha Jones 1376Sycamore Creek ElementaryAcc Boulevard @ WalmartPleasant Valley @ Shopping CenterOak Park & Saint Giles
Baseball ClubTry-outs for Hillburn andLeesville Students (6th and 7th grade)Contact Brian McCrystal email@example.comTryouts are October 18th from 3-5pmLake Lynn FieldBring your own equipmnet!
Good Evening this is Cindy Kremer calling from Leesville Middle with a few mid-week reminders. At 9:30 today we participated in a campus wide lockdown drill. Raleigh Police Department and Wake County Sheriffs Department assisted with the drill. Our students and teachers did an excellent job by moving to designated areas quickly and quietly.On Wednesday we will have a home football game against East Millbrook. On Thursday the soccer and volleyball teams will travel to East Millbrook. Finally parents we encourage you to monitor your student progress thru HOMEBASE. With HOMEBASE you get real time progress reports of your son or daughters grades. Please go to our website and click on Home Page Parent Information for detailed directions on how to get started. If you are having difficulty accessing Homebase, you may contact Betty Crawford, our Student Information Data Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance. Thanks for listening.