Above: 7th grade students enjoyed learning about archery in PE class this week. Thanks to LMS parent Mr. Wright of Rising Phoenix Archery in Troy for sharing his equipment and expertise with our students!
LMS Students in Innovation Incubator presented their innovations and inventions to a panel of judges in the Larson Innovation Shark Tank earlier this week. They were amazing at presenting and answering the sharks’ questions as they attempted to earn investments for their ideas. Thank you to the following panel members and companies/ organizations for giving their time to make this a valuable learning experience for our students: Eric Doyle, Tara Smrchek, and Dieter Fugmann (BorgWarner); Vinod Undemane and Girish Shah (GM); Jeremy Muller (BDO); Mike Zalobsky (Harness Dickey); Karl Schmidt (Emicity and TSD); Dr. Rich Machesky and David Recker (TSD). Thanks to Mr. Fawcett for organizing this terrific learning experience for our students.
LMS Summer Reading Get-Together!
Yearbooks Still Available!
There are still several Larson yearbooks available. Get this special Marvel type edition by going to see Ms. McHugh in room 709 with $20 cash.
Troy Summer Sports Camps
The 2019 Troy Summer Sports Camps registration is now open—basketball, volleyball, soccer, football, tennis, baseball, softball, golf, track, wrestling, rugby, girls LAX, dance, extreme recess, cheerleading, and synchronized swimming are all being offered this year. These camps are all local, coached by experienced coaches, focus on fundamentals and fun, and are a great way to keep your child(ren) active and engaged this summer. Check out the link below (pages 24-27 of the Troy Recreation Summer Catalog) for more information on the various sports camp offerings.
Troy School District will be offering an opportunity for student athletes to get a Sports Physical for the 2019-20 sports season on Wednesday, July 10, at Athens High School from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The cost is $25.00 and there are no appointments taken. All student athletes from ANY TSD middle and high school are welcome to participate. Beaumont Family Medicine will be performing the physicals. The physicals will be in the athletic area (near the gyms/training room) and physical forms will be available onsite. Athens HS Athletic Trainer, Mr. Brian Baines, and Troy HS Athletic Trainer, Mr. Mike Sime, will be on site for both evenings. NOTE: You do not have to take advantage of this opportunity in order for your child to participate in sports--you are welcome to get a physical from your family doctor as well. Forms (back and front) are available on the TSD Athletics page.
Jennathon/Believe in Miracles 2019
AHS Girls Golf Clinic (Current 8th)
Mr. Dan Cooper, AHS Girls Golf Coach will be visiting during lunch on Monday to speak to 8th Graders interested in Girls Golf next year at AHS. Additionally, Mr. Cooper will be at the Sanctuary Lake driving range on Tuesday & Thursdays (starting June 18th) from 3:30 until at least 4:30 and will work with those interested in improving their golf games. Athens Girls High School Golf officially starts on August 12th at Sanctuary Lake at 3:00. All questions about this program can be emailed to Coach Cooper at email@example.com
Athens Sports Tryout Information (Current 8th)
Magazine Sale/Renewal Link
For many years, Larson has raised funds by encouraging our community to order/renew magazines or digital subscriptions through Great American Fundraising. We receive a substantial profit for each order placed through the link below. Please consider helping Larson out by renewing your magazines here. All profits from the sale go directly back into the classroom!
It's time to renew or adjust your rewards program! The Larson PTO raises significant funds every year through your normal purchases at Kroger, Amazon, and more! These funds go right back into the classroom, directly impacting all Larson students. If you have not registered yet (especially at Kroger and Amazon), simply click on the link to find out how. Thanks!
In addition, the LMS PTO gladly welcomes donations, which are tax-deductible. All funds go directly back to student programs and teacher grants. Donations can be dropped off in the LMS main office. See more info below.