Lake Weir Middle School Eagles!
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Marion County Public Schools has partnered with Successful Innovations to offer you a FREE on demand resource to support your children in the classroom. You now may have access to a library of how-to videos with exercises and activities to help accelerate your child’s learning – all in the comfort of your home!
You can register by either visiting the website or texting a code using your phone.
Visit https://si4allonline.com/marion and click the “REGISTER NOW” button OR Text “503MS”to 96000
You only have to register once and you are ready to start watching!
Picture Day - Friday, October 14th
Parents, you can go on line to http://mylifetouch.com to order portraits of your child before Picture Day. Use Picture Day ID: PM506083Q0 .
Just Take 20
Just Take 20 provides K-12 Florida families with practical, easy-to-implement reading activities that establish literacy as a lifelong value.
Click on this Just Take 20 link to access some wonderful reading and literacy resources.
Did You Know?
“When parents are involved in their children’s education at home, they do better in school. And when parents are involved in school, children go farther in school and the schools they go to are better.”
2016 - 2017 Recommended School Supply List
- Binder 3 Ring 2 or 3 inch
- Calculator- Basic Function (6th & 7th Grade)
- Calculator -Inexpensive Scientific (8th Grade)
- Duo-tang Folders with Prongs and Pockets
- Graph Paper
- Glue Sticks
- Blue or Black Ink Pens
- Red Pens (8th Grade)
- Notebook Paper Wide Ruled
- Pencils No. 2 Not Mechanical please
- Colored Pencils
- Rulers 12" - With both Metric and Standard Measure
- Subject Divider Tabs
Click HERE to view or download .pdf format
Family Access is live! This feature provides access to important information including your student's assignments and grades, test scores, attendance, discipline, academic history, student and emergency contact information, messages from the district, school, and teachers, and so much more!
All custodial parents/guardians are invited to come to the school throughout the day to pick up their Family Access login information. Photo ID is required.
For more information, please click on the district's Skyward Family Access Website
for the Frequently Asked Questions and the Family Quick Start Guide.
If you are interested in volunteering your time at Lake Weir Middle we ask that you please fill out volunteer application and attach a copy of your drivers license. Applications can be delivered to the front desk or returned to school with your student. Click here
for the application. A new application must be filled out every year.
Lakeside Pride motivates us to move from good to great by creating supportive environments for challenging, engaging, and satisfying work for each student, every day!
Our mission is to ensure all students graduate from a safe and caring school equipped with knowledge, skills, and a desire to succeed! Lakeside Pride gives back to the community young adults prepared for a future that includes high school graduation, college and workforce readiness, and citizenship that promotes positive social change.
All means ALL! All staff will hold high expectations for all students. All students will learn and achieve. All parents will participate in their child’s education in a meaningful way. All school leaders will support families, students, and teachers in order to return to the community educated and inspired youth.
Today is a new day. I will use my education and relationships to overcome challenges and to achieve my hopes and dreams for the future. I will get something from today; what that will be is up to me. I choose hard work, responsibility, and respect for myself and others because at Lake Weir Middle we SOAR!
WE LOVE OUR PARENTS/GUARDIANS!
THANK YOU FOR BEING INVOLVED IN YOUR CHILD'S EDUCATION!
YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
"When parents are involved in their children's education at home, they do better in school. And when parents are involved in school, children go farther in school and the schools they go to are better."
A New Generation of Evidence: The Family is Critical to Student Achievement. (Henderson & Berla, 1994)
This is a toll free hotline designed primarily for student use to report any concerns that they may have concerning such topics as theft, violence, suicide, drugs, bullying, weapons, vandalism, and domestic abuse.