Welcome to Lost Mountain
Expanding the Pursuit of Excellence
The Eagle Way: Engage, Encourage, Educate
Lost Mountain Middle School’s 9th Annual 4Quarters 4Research Week
Benefiting Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research
October 3-7, 2016
We RALLY to honor all Rally Kids & especially LMMS affiliated Rally
Kids: Kayla, Catherine, Mary, Maddie, Alexa, Christopher, Connor,
Krystle, Leigh, Maddie, Tyler, Joshie
Monday – Students
receive megaphones spreading the word about 4Q4R! “TEAM LMMS”
Rally Shirts distributed in 7th period! Wear Tuesday & Friday!
Tuesday – Students
receive GOLD ribbons for childhood cancer awareness!
5:00~10:00: LMMS Rally Night & Silent Auction Marietta Pizza Company –
West Cobb Silent Auction: 5-8:30
Wednesday – Students
receive 4Q4R bags to bring donations on FRIDAY! Start digging
around for change & bills!
Thursday – LMMS Rally
Night at West Cobb Dairy Queen! 5:00~9:00: 20% of all purchases are
donated to our Rally Week 7:00: LMMS Dairy Queen Trivia
Friday – LMMS 4Q4R
Rally DONATION DAY! Wear TEAM LMMS 4Q4R Rally shirts! Let’s break our
own national record AGAIN!
~Bring filled donation bags to school!
~Community donations accepted Friday in front of LMMS (9:30-3:30)!
online donations here.
Donations are tax-deductible. Make checks payable to Rally Foundation.
Morning Help Sessions
Morning help sessions have begun! Math labs are provided
for all three grade levels on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Reading and
writing labs are offered on Wednesdays. The sessions begin at 8:15.
Students should enter the theater doors in the morning, report to the
theater to receive a pass, then travel to their designated room. The
attachment provides a list of rooms that each grade level/subject
should report to. When students report to their rooms, they should give
the pass to the help session teacher and sign in.
Scoliosis screening will be conducted on October 7th for 6th and 8th
grade students. Please read the following
return if you do not want your child screened. Students
can turn in the letter to their homeroom teacher or Mrs. Felix and Coach
Introducing LMMS 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year
Apple For Your Teacher Winner
Principal, Candace Wilkes and Superior Plumbing's David Cunningham
surprise Special Education Teacher Chris Murray with his new iPad after
he was announced the winner of the Apple for your Teacher
Attendance, Tardies, Arrival and Dismissal!
Did you know that research shows there is a direct correlation between school attendance and
academic performance? Absence from school is often the greatest single cause of poor performance. Attendance is one indicator
for the state scoring model for all schools called the CCRPI (College and Career Readiness Performance Index). For every
student who has six (6) or more absences, our score decreases. This includes students who are absent more than ½ a school day.
Now, what can you do? Of course, we want your sick child to stay at home in order to get better, but when possible, please try to
make appointments to where your child is at school at least ½ of the school day. Let’s work as a team to make LMMS stay #1 in the
Please read the attached student policies!
Honor Roll Criteria
All A’s Principal's Honor Roll - A in every class (including Connections)- S in Conduct in every class.
All A’s and B’s Honor Roll - A minimum of 1 A and the rest B’s- S in conduct in every class
All personal electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, iPod’s, PSP’s, etc) must be
turned off upon arrival at school and remain off until the school day ends. Students may not display or use any electronic
device during the school day unless designated for a learning task by a teacher in their class on a specific day. Any device
seen or heard during the school day will be confiscated and turned in to the main office.
Repeated violations constitute insubordination resulting in progressive disciplinary consequences. The confiscated item will
only be released to the parent or guardian. Parents may pick up electronic devices after 4:15 p.m. on the day the item is
collected and any day thereafter during regular office hours (8:15 – 4:45).
Lost Mountain has partnered with the Daily Grind to introduce a fantastic new way to show teachers how much we
appreciate them. Please encourage a teacher today. Buy them a lunch credit and they will know how much you really appreciate them. They
will get a tasty lunch delivered to their school and the program will add $1 to a gift card of their choice. Very Important:
Leave a note on their board and make their day (they will get this note emailed to them)!
Visit Teacher's Lunch Box to treat a teacher and learn more
about this exciting new community partnership.
School hours 9:10-4:15
Study Hall starts @ 8:15
The Front doors are not unlocked until 8:15 each morning and will be locked at 4:45.
Lost Mountain Photos
Calendar of Events
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We want to make you aware of the dual enrollment program offered at Cobb
County High Schools. In this program, students are enrolled in high
school, and take courses at a nearby college to earn College and High
School Credit. The Program is referred to as “Move On When Ready”. Below
is the informational video link to help you start planning.
8th Grade Only
Attention 8th grade parents and students – if you are considering
applying for a Cobb County Magnet Program for high school, you should
attend the Magnet School’s open house. Attached is a
with information on the Magnet Programs and their Open Houses. Good
(For log-in/password issues)
Order your copy online today at
www.yearbookordercenter.com Search by school name (Lost
Mountain Middle School)
On last day of school.
Dedication pages are also available at
Parents – Honor your student by designing a dedication page in the
yearbook. Order yearbooks ($35 until 9/30/16; $40 until 12/31/16; $45
until 2/28/17; and $60 on the last day of school) and design dedication
pages NOW! Go to
www.yearbookordercenter.com and search by school name (Lost
Mountain Middle School).
Full Page – (Color)
Half Page – (Color)
Quarter Page- (Color)
Eighth Page – (Color)
Coffee Talk with the Principal
The 1st Friday of each month at 9:00 a.m.
Sign-in with the Front Office
Location: Media Conference Room
Understanding Playful vs. Hurtful Teasing and Bullying Behavior
A pamphlet for parents and educators on Teasing and Bullying Behavior can be found at
LMMS Student Report of Incident Form
Car Rider Rainy Weather Notice
Lost Mountain will follow the following dismissal procedure during inclement weather. Car riders will
report to the theater. Parents may park and pick up students from the theater. Parents wishing to stay in the car rider line
will be directed to the student pick up area after buses have left the school campus.