The Troy School District is implementing the A.L.I.C.E. protocol during the 2018-19 school year. A.L.I.C.E. takes a more proactive approach in the event of a serious emergency/crisis. These protocols will eventually replace "Code Red" lockdown drills that have been conducted for many years. All district employees have started training and this training will continue during the school year.
We will also conduct informational parent meetings, which will be held at all four middle schools. The information below includes dates, times and locations for the A.L.I.C.E parent meetings. You can attend the session that is most convenient for your schedule.
Thursday, October 4th at 7:00pm – Smith Middle School
Tuesday, October 9th at 7:00pm – Boulan Park Middle School
Wednesday, October 10th at 7:00pm – Baker Middle School
Thursday, October 11th at 7:00pm – Larson Middle School
8th Grade Washington D.C. Parent Meeting
Attention all students traveling to Washington DC next month: there is a meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, October 9 at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria. We will be addressing the itinerary, bus and roommate assignments, and what to bring. Please be sure to make arrangements to attend. Contact Mrs. Lee with any questions email@example.com
Reproductive Health Parent Preview (7th Grade Parents)
The annual parent preview for the material used in our Reproductive Health unit in 7th grade Health classes will be held in the Larson Media Center at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, October 2. Please note that this is the only time scheduled for this event --you should plan on attending if your child has Health during the first or second semester and you are interested in previewing these materials.
Troy Youth Assistance Family Programs
6th Grade Cleveland Trip Meeting
Monday, September 24th at 6:00 pm - Larson Collaboration Studio
6th grade parents are invited to attend an informational meeting in regards to the Sixth Grade Field Trip to Cleveland. The trip is on Saturday May 4th. Students and parent chaperones will visit the Malley’s Chocolate Factory, Great Lakes Science Center, and the beautiful Cleveland Zoo. This year we will be having lunch at the zoo. Registration is online through Big Country Tours. Registration details can be found on the Larson Website under “Activities.” Parent chaperones are needed and should register with Big Country Tours if interested. If you have further questions please email Ms. McHugh at firstname.lastname@example.org
7th Grade Chicago Trip Meeting
Monday, September 24th at exactly 6:30 pm in the Larson Collaboration Studio
Seventh grade parents are invited to attend an information meeting about the Seventh grade Chicago Trip. On Saturday April 27th and Sunday April 28th students and chaperones will explore this exciting city! The adventure includes the Adler Planetarium, Shedds Aquarium, Union Pier, a Medieval Times Dinner Theater, The Museum of Science and Industry and Gino’s Pizza. Registration is online through Big Country Tours. Registration details can be found on the Larson Website under “Activities.” Parent chaperones are needed and should register with Big Country Tours if interested. If you have further questions please email Ms. McHugh at email@example.com
Purchase your 2018-2019 Larson Yearbook NOW
Please visit Pay Schools –> Larson-> LMS yearbook and purchase your child’s yearbook now. If you have multiple children at Larson, please purchase one under each student’s name as we distribute them to individual students in June. While we have some extra yearbooks available for purchase in June, there is no way for us to guarantee your child a yearbook unless you purchase it in the fall. The cost is $20 until December 1st. Please contact Ms. McHugh at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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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.