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[11/10/19] All VBCPS schools and administrative offices will be closed tomorrow, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans Day.
[11/08/19] All schools and offices will be closed Monday, November 11th in observation of Veterans Day.
[11/04/19] Reminder - Tomorrow, Nov. 5, is a Virtual Learning Day for VBCPS students and a Staff Day for employees.
Virtual Learning Day is Tuesday, 11/5. If your family is in need of WiFi to complete assignments, please contact Mrs. Brazier in Guidance to receive a hotspot.
[10/13/19] Reminder: Tomorrow, Oct. 14, will be a Virtual Learning Day for students and a Professional Learning Day for staff. As such, students will not be reporting to school, but working on their assignments at home.
Parents: Tomorrow morning we will hold our first Parent Connect in the BMS library at 8:30 am.
This is an opportunity to meet your student’s
School Counselor , learn more about what School Counselors do, and how they can support you and your student!
We look forward to seeing you there!!
Check out the ways you can help us by saving your box tops!!
Check out what is coming up!!! Call your student’s Guidance
Counselor for more information!
Thank you to our parents and students for coming out tonight!!
Parents: Please still send back RSVP’s for this Tuesday’s Open House !! Thanks!
We hope all of our VBCPS families and staff weathered the storm safely. Classes resume Monday at regular times, and all administrative offices will be open. It will be an A day for secondary schools.
Hurricane Dorian Update: To allow families time to prepare for whatever Hurricane Dorian brings to Hampton Roads, VBCPS has cancelled all after-school activities today. This includes all sporting events this evening, afternoon and evening classes at the Adult Learning Center, Renaissance Academy, classes at the Governor’s School and the extended day program at An Achievable Dream Academy. Please note that elementary after-school programs run by Parks and Recreation will continue as scheduled.
In addition, all schools and administrative offices will be closed Friday, Sept. 6.
As the storm progresses, staff will continue to work closely with the city and emergency services. If necessary, parents will be notified of any additional changes through Alert Now. Information will also be posted to the school division website at www.vbschools.com and shared through social media channels as well as local media outlets. In the meantime, please monitor vbgov.com for updates from the city of Virginia Beach and download the VBAlert app. We also encourage you to review your emergency preparedness plan and take any necessary precautions to stay safe and secure.
We hope you and your family remain safe during this storm.
vbgov.com The Virginia Beach oceanfront is getting some added protection this summer, thanks to a joint effort by the city and Norfolk District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The district has awarded the Virginia Beach Hurricane and Storm Damage Reduction Project renourishment contract. The bid of $22.64 mill...
Due to impending storm, we will not have Open House tomorrow night.
[09/02/19] All VBCPS offices and schools are closed on Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day. We are excited to see everyone at school tomorrow!
Your teachers are READY for your arrival Tuesday morning!
See you soon♥️🖤
Parents , please be on the lookout for the RSVP form for the Family Cookout.
It will be sent home with your students on Tuesday!!
New Student Orientation
Tuesday, August 27th at 5:30p
Open to all rising 7th graders and new 8th graders.
Parent Connection Tip of the Day: Sneak some writing into your child's daily life - Being able to communicate well in writing will help your child succeed in school and in a career. So look for fun ways to help them practice. They may enjoy sending emails or texts to friends and family. You might also write them a letter about a book you've read together and ask them to write back. Challenge your child to rewrite the ending of a movie, and encourage them to express their thoughts and feelings in a journal. http://bit.ly/2TJQ8fj
content.parent-institute.com Tip of the Day
Family Cookout & Open House is Thursday, September 5, 2019.
Cookout will start at 5:30. Open House will begin at 6 pm
[08/21/19] New Student Orientation is Tuesday August 27th, 2019from 5:30-6:30 pm.
All 6-8 th grade students who wish to try out for fall sports MUST have a physical dated after 5/1/19.
The physical form is different from these one that must be submitted to the nurse.
If parents have questions, please contact Mr. Wynn, Student Activities Coordinator, at 648-4421 or email him at [email protected]
Please read for more specific information below😁
Did you hear?! VBCPS projects 100% accreditation for the third straight year! http://www2.vbschools.com/press_releases/prfy20/004.asp
www2.vbschools.com For a third consecutive year, 100 percent of Virginia Beach City Public Schools' (VBCPS) 82 testing sites are projected to earn full state accreditation. This estimation is based on preliminary data released by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) and reflects the state's revised accreditatio...
VBCPS offers free breakfast and lunch meals to all children at designated Virginia Beach schools. Children do not have to be enrolled in summer school or in the school division to take part in the program. http://bit.ly/2MW58qA
www2.vbschools.com Free breakfast and lunch meals will be available to all children ages 18 years and younger at designated Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) sites this summer. This Summer Food Service Program, which is administered by the Virginia Department of Education and federally funded by the United St...
[06/12/19] PSA: If you have school-aged students in need of breakfast and lunch this summer, simply text "FOOD" to 877877 and you'll receive a message with the closest location where they can get free summer meals. This is a nationwide program and the text information service is run by No Kid Hungry, an initiative of the non-profit organization Share Our Strength.
Wear blue Monday, June 3 to unite in solidarity with students, staff and community members across Virginia Beach. Please join us to support those affected by Friday’s events and to honor the 12 lives lost. #LoveForVB
From our superintendent, Dr. Spence:
This summer! Free to anyone who wants to come. Sign up soon if your student is interested!! See web address below.
[04/23/19] The VBCPS annual kindergarten registration and school orientation event will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, April 23, at 9 a.m. All parents are invited to visit their child’s zoned school to fill out registration paperwork and allow upcoming kindergarteners to tour their future school.
[04/11/19] All VBCPS schools and administrative offices will be closed Friday, April 12 through Friday, April 19 for Spring Break. Thank you.
As a reminder, tomorrow, March 29, is a Staff Day.
Unlike previous Staff Days, this is not a Virtual Learning Day. Thank you.
[03/14/19] The final Beach Girls Rock! workshop of the school year is Saturday, March 30, from 8 a.m. to noon, at Salem High School. The theme is “All the World’s a Stage: Take the Lead!” The event is open to female students in grades five to eight and their parents. Register now through March 20 in your school's counseling office.
Parents and students:
Don’t forget THIS Thursday is Pizza Pi Night!
Free pizza and giveaways!!!
Parents and guardians of children interested in applying to the pre-kindergarten program for the 2019-20 school year must attend one of the division’s eligibility application sessions conducted on select dates through April. Read: http://bit.ly/2J6XZSB
vbcpsblogs.com Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) offers a pre-kindergarten program for children who will be 4 years old on or before Sept. 30, and who meet eligibility criteria based on …
Save the date!!!
[02/19/19] Join us on February 20th at 6:00pm for the ACCESS College Foundation event at @BaysideMSVBCPS !
[02/17/19] Tomorrow, Feb. 18, VBCPS schools will be open to make up instructional time lost due to Hurricane Michael. For secondary schools, it will be a B day.
VBCPS announced the following schools will have full-day kindergarten programs funded by the division for the 2019-20 school year: Birdneck, Brookwood, Centerville, Christopher Farms, Fairfield, Green Run, Linkhorn Park, Luxford, North Landing, Pembroke, Shelton Park, Strawbridge, Tallwood and Three Oaks. Read: http://bit.ly/2TN4CKu
www2.vbschools.com As part of its multiyear implementation plan to transition all its elementary schools from half-day to full-day kindergarten (FDK) models, Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) announced the following schools will have full-day programs funded by the division for the 2019-20 school year: Birdne...
Thank you to all our 7th grade parents who came out to help chaperone our
Buffalo Soldier field trip😁
[01/31/19] Feb. 1 is a Virtual Learning Day for students. Students will not be reporting to school, but working on Virtual Learning Day assignments at home.
Good evening -
As you may know, weather forecasts are calling for temperatures to drop in the teens tonight and remain low throughout tomorrow morning. With that in mind, please consider dressing your children in layers to keep them warm at the bus stop. Due to the weather conditions, some buses may take a few extra minutes to start up and begin their routes in the morning. We apologize for any delays in pick up times that this may cause. Should you have a need to drop your children off at school rather than having them wait at the bus stop, we are taking the proactive step to open buildings 30 minutes in advance of the regular start of the school day. As always, please be aware of signs at each school, which designate “bus only” areas in the drop off zone.
Thank you and stay warm!
We would love for you to come out ,with the family, on Tuesday February 5th😃
We will be hosting our first ever Paint Night!
We will have dinner waiting for you!
Your student can fill out the RSVP in their Raider Prep Schoology course anytime this week.
We look forward to seeing you all there.
P.S. Don’t forget the Book Fair will be open in the library. See more details below.
[01/27/19] Reminder: Due to the days we missed because of both Hurricane Florence and Michael, the division adjusted the school calendar so the first semester ends Thursday, Jan. 31. This change required a rescheduling of the division's staff day/student Virtual Learning Day from Monday Jan. 28 to Friday, Feb. 1. We look forward to seeing everyone at school tomorrow! For the most up-to-date calendar visit our website.
Parents!!! Please make plans to come out !
[01/20/19] All VBCPS schools and administrative offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 21 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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This is the OFFICIAL PAGE of the Landstown Middle PTSA. Run by PTSA members for the benefit of providing PTSA information to the parents and students of Landstown Middle School.