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Communities in Schools
Communities in Schools is a national program that connects students and their families to local resoureces.  Cornelius Bell is the LMCMS coordinator.  To find out more about the program, please see the attached letter.

Parents Group

The LMCMS Parents group is a way for the Parents of Liberty Memorial Central Middle School students to stay connected. The group meets monthly.  For more information, go the the Parents Group webpage.

Athletic Forms
If your child would like to participate in sports during the 2013-2014 year, he/she will need several KSHSAA forms of file.  To download the forms, please go to the KSHSAA website.

School Newsletters

Homework Zone
The Homework Zone meets Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in the library from 3:15 to 4:15.  Students can work on school work, access the computers and receive help from staff.

Student Supply Lists

Student Handbooks

Reporting an Absence
If you are calling in an absence, please call CJHS' main number 785-832-5400.

Grade Access
Students’ grades can be accessed online. Once a parent or guardian turns in a verification form, they will receive their username and password via email.  Read the school district page for more information.

Presidential Community Service
Download the form to track community service hours here.

Liberty Memorial Central Middle SchoolWelcome to our school
We provide a safe, educational center for lifelong learning. We are dedicated to developing the potential of each individual, encouraging community awareness, and stressing the importance of academic excellence.

Photo by Craig Patterson

Liberty Memorial
Central Middle School
Home of the Mustangs...Prance Proud!
Wednesday, April 23 , 2014

STUCO Elections: Students interested in running for next year's Student Council President, Vice President, or Treasurer/Administrative Assistant can now pickup an Election Packet from Mr. Henrichs in room 201  before school or during Advisory. If you have questions stop by and visit with Mr. Henrichs. LLMCMS Student Council speeches/election of officers will occur as follows:
Current 6th Graders Friday,May 9th during Advisory in the Auditorium  AND Current 7th Graders Thursday, May 15th during Advisory in the Auditorium

Students, mark your calendars: The 8262013_120532_0.png Zone's final day will be Monday, May 19th

Are overdue book fines keepin' you down?  Never fear - we've got the solution!
Return all library books (even the already late ones!) by May 2nd and we'll delete any overdue fees you've accumulated throughout the year!  
 *Does not include fines for damaged or lost books*

From GSA: “ Understanding is the first step to acceptance and acceptance is the road to recovery.”

Central Middle School students, use your STOMP bucks to purchase advanced tickets for Alice in Wonderland.  for just 5 Stomp Bucks you can purchase a ticket to the show.  Better idea?  Use 10 STOMP bucks to purchase 2 tickets and see both casts.  Best idea?  Come see all four performances for just STOMP bucks?  Tickets will be available for purchase on Monday, April 21.  Alice in Wonderland comes to life on the LMCMS stage May 1-3.  Tickets may only be used by LMCMS students.  

Student Council will meet Tuesday, April 22nd at 7:30am in room 201.

Girl talk meets in room 101 every Tuesday at 7:30 a.m.

Have book, will travel!
Travel the United States of YA with the LMCMS Library and make a summer travel plan of books!  How?
Read a book (go ahead, choose from our display!), pick up an entry from from the library and write down the book title and the state where it takes place.  That's all!  Choose as many books as you like, but you must complete at least 5!

Turn your summer travel plan into the library by FRIDAY, MAY 2nd to be entered into a drawing for a super sweet ADVENTURE TIME (!!) journal (where, of course, you can record all your summer adventures!)

The last day to check out books from the library is FRIDAY, April 18th.

Attention all current 7th grade students interested in being a Mustang Cheerleader or Yell Leader for the 2014-2015 school year:
The application for LMCMS CHEER will be available April 14th and due May 13th to Coach Olden. Clinics will be May 12th and 13th from 3:30-5:00 and tryouts will be May 15th. In order to tryout, all athletic paperwork needs to be submitted. It is recommended that a physical be completed after May 1 so that it will fulfill the physical requirement for the 2014-2015 school year.

A mandatory parent information meeting will be May 12th at 5:00pm in the Cafeteria.~Please see Coach Olden or Coach Bland with any questions.

LHS/FSHS Youth Football Camp
  • Monday June 23rd through Wednesday June 25th
  • For kids entering grades 3-8
  • The camp will be located at Lawrence High School
  • Brochures available in the rack outside the main office
Chess Club wll meet in Room 209, Mrs. Binns room, afterschool Tuesdays.

t-shirt red.jpgOrder your very own LMCMS T-Shirt! T-shirts are $10, order forms are in the main office!

1102014_34550_0.pngWriting ClubThere is a new club in town – writing club.  You can read, write and illustrate stories, poems or articles.  6th, 7th and 8th grade students are welcome.  The club will be held Mondays from 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Stafford’s room (room 304).  Our first meeting is Monday, January 10.  Snacks will be provided.  

Science Olympiad, competitive science enrichment activities, will be meeting on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in Mrs. Hurt’s room (room 303). Students meet and work on their chosen events 3:25 – 5 each Tuesday and Thursday through February 21. The regional competition is on February 22nd in Wichita.  Eight graders that successfully participate will receive portfolio points for the third quarter and possibly fourth quarter if they qualify for the State competition.

New STOMP Store Menu




2 Pencils

Mechanical Pencil
Candy (after school)
Composition Notebooks
CJHS Bracelets
KU License Plates

KU Pins
KU Stickers
Colored Pencils
Nail Files
Textbook covers

Ala carte cookies
Read morning announcements
Package of stickers
Mini Notebooks

Front of the Line pass
Package of Pens
Locker decorations
Mustang Lanyards
VIP Seating @ lunch
Hello Kitty Bag

Electronics at Lunch
Sit where you want at lunch
Pencil Lead
KU Football Clings

Stomp String Bag
LHS/FSHS T-Shirts – 8th grade only
Dry erase board
Adidas socks – 8th grade only
$5 Gift Cards
$10 Gift Cards

Have ideas of what you want in the STOMP Store?  Suggestions for our STOMP program you want to share? There are now STOMP Suggestion boxes in the cafeteria and the main office!  Give us your ideas!

Save your Hy-vee Receipts
Dollars for Scholars
Hy-Vee will pay us $1.00 for every $150 collected.  Mrs. Prosser's Advisory class will collect the receipts and prepare them in rolls to take to Hy-Vee.  Tell your parents, aunts, uncles, anyone who shops at Hy-vee to save the receipt and give it to you. Yor give them to your advisory teacher.

"Come to G.S.A.! (Gay-Straight Alliance) Join the Rainbow Alliance! We meet on Thursdays from 3:15 to 4:45. We meet in Ms. Stafford's room (room 304). Snacks provided. Ask Jack Foster, Anahita Hurt, Olivia Rothrock, or Ms. Keary for more information."
Thank you! ~G.S.A.

Interested in what's going on? Interested in writing? Newspaper Club will meet in room 211 on Tuesdays. Come on by and see what's up. All grades welcome.

                    MATH COUNTS CLUB!

Liberty Memorial Central Middle School is happy to announce the start of Math Counts Club!!

 Who: All LMCMS students who love math and want more!

What:  A club for the math enthusiast!  Students will participate in variety of fun and challenging math activities and learn creative problem solving and higher level thinking skills with friends!

When:  Thursdays from 3:15-4:15

Where:  Room 110

The 8262013_120532_0.png Zone
Do you need extra help with homework or a quiet place to work or study after school?
  • Meets in the library Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m.
  • Access to staff for homework help and questions
  • Access to computers
  • Snack is served
Students wanting to participate must be in the library by 3:25 p.m. They will sign in and be able to sign out and leave whenever they have completed their work. Once they have left for the day, they will not be able to come back in the library.

Important Dates
  • April 22 - Girl Talk, 7:30 am, room 101
  • April 22 - STUCO Meting, 7:30, room 201
  • April 22 - 6th & 7th Grade Band Concert, 7:00 pm, auditorium
  • April 23 - City Quad Track Meet, 3:30 pm, LHS
  • April 24 - Tennis vs. SMS, 3:30 pm @South
  • April 25- 6th grade field trip to the Nelson Atkins Museum, 10 am-3 pm
  • April 25 - 7th Grade Walking Tour of Lawrence, 12:00-3:00 pm
  • May 1, 2, 3 - Spring Play Performance
  • May 5 - Museum Night, 6-8 pm

For a complete calendar and events, please see  the school calendar.

Last Modified: Jan 29, 2013

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