Take Stock In Children
8th grade students may be eligible for a Take Stock in Children College Scholarship to help Pasco County students from economically disadvantaged families go to college. The scholar’s progress is continuously monitored through college. To be considered for this scholarship opportunity (up to 4 years tuition-paid), the student must meet income eligibility requirements, agree to remain crime & drug free, and get good grades with good attendance.
This scholarship opportunity is available to students in 8th grade. All 8th graders will receive an informational handout about the Take Stock in Children scholarship on November 3rd to bring home. If you feel that your child qualifies and you would like to receive an application, students must return the bottom portion of the form. Students should submit their request slips to the back office, or give them directly to Ms. Northcutt, 8th grade School Counselor. Application packets will be given to students who request one and these need to be completed in a timely manner. All completed applications must be turned in no later than December 8th, 2014.
Twin Admin: Mrs. Johnson & Mrs. Brooks
Red Ribbon Week began Monday 10/27 to celebrate making healthy, drug-free choices.
- Mon. 10/27: Wear Red View Corbin Bleu video
- Tues. 10/28: Mix-It-Up Day (backwards, inside-out, mismatched -school appropriate clothes) View Bethany Hamilton video
- Wed. 10/29: Buddy Up Against Drugs (Twin Day) View Mike Conley video
- Thurs. 10/30: “Team Up” Against Drugs (collegiate team attire)
- Fri 10/31: Spirit Day, Fall Fest
Continue reading RED RIBBON WEEK 2014
Land O’Lakes High School will be here on Monday, October 13th (during 5th period) to present information on their IB Program to current 8th grade Algebra students.The International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB) offers high-achieving, high-performing students an opportunity to pursue a rigorous program of studies during their high school years. The academic requirements of the IB program are demanding. However, the student with an IB diploma or certificate may be awarded college credit and advanced standing at colleges and universities throughout the world.
The IB Program at Land O’Lakes High School serves east side and central school in Pasco County. There will be parent information nights held to present additional information to and answer questions. A link to begin the PRE IB APPLICATIONS will be posted at the Land O’Lakes High School website www.lolhs.pasco.k12.fl.us, starting October 13, 2014 and closing on December 6, 2014.
Tuesday, 10/28/14 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. @ Land O’Lakes High School
Thursday, 10/30/14 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. @ John Long Middle School
Thursday, 11/6/14 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. @ Thomas E. Weightman Middle School
Please read and follow all instructions for completing and submission. The deadline for applications will be December 6, 2014.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS SUBMISSION: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2014
WRITING/MATH SAMPLE AT LOLHS: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2014, 8:30- 10:30 am
ALTERNATE WRITING/MATH SAMPLE AT LOLHS: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2014, 2:30- 4:30 pm
Progress reports for Quarter 1 go home Friday 9/19. Be sure to monitor student progress via eSembler. You can access student attendance, grades, and missing work at http://grades.pasco.k12.fl.us
8/22 – My Success Monday: Students will visualize what makes them feel successful Continue reading AVID Success Week 9/22-9/26
All students in grades 6-8 have had the first counselor-led classroom lesson quarter one. This lesson addressed Bullying Prevention and Digital Citizenship.
ALL PARENTS MUST PRESENT THESE ITEMS AT REGISTRATION: Continue reading REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
State End Of Course MS Requirements:
Governor Scott signed recent legislation which impacts students for this year. Please note that for Middle School students who are currently taking Algebra I, the following policies apply: Continue reading NEW Florida EOC Requirements
Our school’s Quarter 3 Honor Roll ceremony will take place today, Friday, May 2nd in our cafetorium. The ceremony for our 7th and 8th graders will begin promptly at 9:15 a.m. and the ceremony for our 6th graders will begin at 2 p.m.