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FSA ELA Reading
Administered by period with the student's ELA teacher beginning Monday, April 10 - Monday, April 17th.
Administered by period with the student's ELA teacher beginning Wednesday, April 19 - Monday, May 1.
Algebra I EOC
Administered by period with the student's Algebra I teacher beginning Monday, May 1 through Friday, May 5.
8th Grade FCAT Science
Administered on Tuesday, May 2.
7th Grade Civics EOC
Administered by period with the student's Civics teacher Monday, May 8 through Monday, May 15.
For more information about the FSA and Algebra I EOC tests and testing policies and procedures, please click on the FSA ELA Reading and Math Parent Information Letter or FSA ELA Reading and Math Parent Information Letters - Spanish.
For more information about the FSA and Algebra I EOC tests and testing policies and procedures, please click on the FCAT Science Parent Information Letter or FCAT Science Parent Information Letter - Spanish.
The administration and staff of Lake Weir Middle School are proud to announce the LWMS Advanced Academic Academy, beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. This magnet program will focus on providing a student-centered learning environment where students will be prepared for the demands of rigorous high school magnet programs. The 6th and 7th grade classes will focus on preparing students to take high school course offerings during their eighth grade year. Instruction will focus on advanced language arts writing and reading skills, as well as providing a strong foundation in mathematics. Students in eighth grade will begin their high school career by taking English I Honors, Algebra I Honors, and Physical Science Honors for high school credit.
Our Advanced Academic Academy students will have the opportunity to take elective classes in a variety of areas including Agriculture, Art, Band, Carpentry and Architecture, Culinary Arts, Health Occupations, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Students will also have the opportunity to participate in clubs such as FFA, Good News Club, HOSA, National Junior Honor Society, and Student Government. Extracurricular activities include volleyball, basketball, cross country, track, school dances, and competitive events such as Brain Bowl and MATHCOUNTS.
Click here to view the 2017-2018 Advanced Academic Academy brochure and application. You can download a copy of the application or stop by the front office of the school. Interested families are encouraged to contact the school and speak with Mr. Ellers, Principal, to learn more about this exciting opportunity or to schedule a tour of our campus.
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!
Click on this Just Take 20 link to access some wonderful reading and literacy resources.
“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.”
Lake Weir Middle provides before and after school tutoring for our students, free of charge. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from tutoring.
The before school session is held from 8:00AM - 9:00 AM.
The after school session is held from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM.
You can click this tutoring invitation to open the flyer. You can print out the invitation, fill-in, and have your child return it to the school. You may also have your child pick up an invitation at school.
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."
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.
Student's Day: 9:25 AM - 3:30 PM
Teacher Day: 8:10 AM - 3:55 PM
Early Release Times: 1:30 PM
Office Hours: 7:45 AM - 4:00 PM
School Store: 9:15 AM - 9:25 AM
If you must check your student out early please do so before 2:45pm
Sign up for our new text alert system here
Student Lunch $1.75
(If qualified, reduced price is: $0.40 or free)
All students are eligible for free breakfast every day