October 23, 2015 - Lime Kiln Middle School
October 23, 2015 - Lime Kiln Middle School
The Leopard’s Tale Lime Kiln Middle School 11650 Scaggsville Road Fulton, MD 20759 October 23, 2015 Main Office: 410-880-5988 Student Services: 410-880-5997 Health Room: 410-880-5996 Fax 410-880-5996 Media Center: 410-880-5916 IMPORTANT DATES: October 24 October 28 October 30 Poetry Club That Fit Girl Flag Football Cultural Club Math Club Frisbee LimeFest PICTURE RE-TAKE DAY Schools close 3 hours early, end of marking period. Intramural Information in progress FIRST & THIRD THURSDAY, starts 10/15 in progress 2nd Monday of the month in progress in progress Students of the Week Tommy Jessup Rebecca Le Sania Hasan Millen Patel Oriel Ockerman Les Thompson Travis Thompson LimeFest 2015 Is Tomorrow At The Columbia Gym Saturday, October 24, 2015 8-11:00 pm PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! You do not want to miss this fun-filled event designed for the whole family. Free ice cream bar is included with your paid ticket. All children ages 3-18 years old need to purchase a ticket. Today is the last day for $4.00 tickets. They will be $5.00 at the door. Adults are free. Bring money for food, raffles, and shopping. Great games, entertainment, prizes, and surprises! Reservoir High is holding its Homecoming Carnival on Friday-October 23rd! It is from 430-630 in the front parking lot of the school! Games, snacks, and the PTSA is hosting a spaghetti dinner! Football game follows at 700pm. Come join us future GATORS! Carson Scholarship Nomination: Early in the second quarter, Lime Kiln will be selecting one 8th grader as our Carson Scholarship school nominee. Winners earn $1000, held in escrow against future college expenses. According to the Carson Scholars website, "Carson Scholars must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 and display humanitarian qualities through community service. Scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of academic achievement and humanitarian qualities, without regard to financial need, ethnicity, creed or religion." Students will learn more through their English classes in the upcoming weeks, including what you need to do to be considered as the LKMS nominee. You are invited to learn more about the Carson Scholars and their selection process by visiting their website http://carsonscholars.org/scholarships/ Fuel Fund 5K Trail Run…Sunday, November 1st, 9am – 12 pm, Schooley Mill Park, Highland. Join us in Howard County for this family-friendly event, including a timed 5K trail run, a l mile fun run and more. All proceeds will benefit the Fuel Fund of Maryland, a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources to low-income Maryland families for heat and home utility needs. Registration is available at FuelFund5k.eventbrite.com. Coffee and Conversation with the Board of Education The Board of Education of Howard County regularly holds Coffee and Conversation sessions at schools throughout the county. These meetings PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! provide citizens with an opportunity to share a cup of coffee and chat informally with Board members. The meetings are held in various regions of the county; however, interested persons from throughout the county are invited to attend any or all of the meetings. The next meeting is: Saturday, October 24, 2015, 9:30 – 11:00 am Deep Run ES Cafeteria 6925 Old Waterloo Road, Elkridge River Hill High School Dance, Theatre Arts, and Vocal Music Presents… A Performing Arts Workshop for Middle School Students What: Participants will have the opportunity to take part in a one hour weekly technique class in vocal music, dance, or musical theatre (students will choose their technique focus class) AND a one hour performing arts class. Both of these classes will culminate in a collaborative performance on the River Hill High School Stage This workshop series will be taught by the following River Hill faculty Katie Geiger - Vocal Music Jennifer Hennessie - Dance Pam Land - Musical Theatre Who: Open to all current 7th and 8th graders from Clarksville Middle School, Folly Quarter Middle School, and Lime Kiln Middle School Where: River Hill High School When: Workshops - Mondays - November 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30 from (4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.) Dress Rehearsal - Friday, December 4 (4:00 - 5:30 p.m.) Public Performance - Friday, December 4 (7:00 p.m.) Cost - $15.00 This will cover the cost of an original t-shirt that will be used as the costume for the public performance and dinner to be provided following the dress rehearsal on December 4. This can be paid at the first class meeting. Please complete the registration form and return it to Pam Land ([email protected]) no later than October 29. Further questions - contact Pam Land - [email protected] $15.00 fee can be paid at first class. ———————————————————————————————————— ——— Student Name: Current Grade Current Middle School (Circle One) Folly Quarter Lime Kiln Clarksville PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! Student Cell # Student Email Parent/Guardian Name: Parent/Guardian Cell # Parent/Guardian Email The technique focus that I would like to take is (circle one) PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! Howard County Recreation and Parks Howard County Teen Clubs, Fri., Oct 23, 5-6:30 p.m., North Laurel Community Center, 9411 Whiskey Bottom Rd, Laurel, MD. Please register by Wed., Oct. 21: please call Recreation & Parks 410-313-7275 (Course Number RP2880.503). For more information, please contact Jennene Blakely at [email protected] or 410-313-1693. Howard County Government Monster Mash, Sat., Oct. 30, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Roger Carter Community Center, 3000 Milltowne Dr, Ellicott City, MD. Register by Oct. 26, please call Recreation and Parks at 410-313-7275.For more information, contact Holly Harden, 410-313-4625 or [email protected] HC Drugfree Play It Safe, Poster Design Contest High school students - enter your poster design for a chance to win $100! Play It Safe sponsors free special alcohol and drug-free events during June honoring high school graduates who choose to celebrate their graduation during Senior Week in Ocean City, and holds a contest for a new Play It Safe logo every year. For contest details, visit www.playitsafeoceancity.com. Entries must be postmarked by Oct. 30. Howard County Conservancy FREE Flashlight Night Hike, Fri., Oct. 30, 7 p.m. Check website if weather is uncertain. For more information or to sign up for this program, please visit: http://www.hcconservancy.org/upcoming-events.html Girl Scouts If your child might be interested in girl scouts, there is a troop that meets twice a month on Mon. evenings. This is a great way to meet new friends, explore and learn in a great scout environment. Please contact Karissa Harris Troop Coordinator for Girl Scouts at [email protected] , for interest, questions or to join. Fuel Fund Fuel Fund Trail Run 5K, Sun., Nov. 1., 9 a.m., Schooley Mill Park in Highland, MD. Participants can also participate in a 1 mile fun run/walk. Registration pricing starts at $30. Volunteer opportunities for ages 13+ are available. The Fuel Fund of Maryland provides financial and educational resources for vulnerable Maryland families to assist with their heat and home utility needs. To learn more: www.fuelfundmaryland.org Howard County Police Department Collision Avoidance Training classes beginning, Nov. 21, and Dec. 12. The C.A.T. program is an advance defensive driving and vehicle control program for licensed teenage driver’s ages 16-20 years old. The one-day program (8.5 hours) is designed to provide young drivers with the knowledge and understanding of vehicle dynamics. The course and classroom are instructed by Police Officers. The cost to each student is $ 95.00. Any questions or inquiries may be directed to: Ms. Jessica Beram– PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! C.A.T. Coordinator [email protected], Howard County Police Department Special Operations Bureau 410-313-3700 / 410-313-3758. Howard County Government Teen Opportunities Fair, Sat., Nov. 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Ellicott Mills School, 4445 Montgomery Rd, Ellicott, MD. This FREE event showcases leadership, volunteer and recreational opportunities for 11-17 year olds. For more information, or to become an exhibitor, please contact Holly Harden at [email protected] or 410-3134625. Oakland Mills Community Association Jazz in the Mills is proud to present the Holiday Extravaganza featuring Lori Williams on Sun., Dec. 6, 5-8 p.m. at The Other Barn, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD. “Light fare” will be included. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $25 at The Other Barn or online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1316398 or call 301-596-5128 or 410-7304610; [email protected] Howard Community College Advanced Driving Skills, Sat. Dec. 12, 12:30-4 p.m. Designed for newly licensed and seasoned drivers and offered in partnership with DriveTeam. Learn a variety of skid avoidance and recovery skills using state of the art equipment (Skid-Vehicle). Offered at HCC (Main Campus, Lot F). For more information go to howardcc.edu/ConEd or call Loretta Farb at 443-518-4971. SPORTS Supersquads SuperSquads Cheerleading After School program is in full swing and registration remains open. SuperSquads takes place one day after school and runs through 12/23. Please contact [email protected] 410-796-2244, www.supersquads.org to register. Elkridge Youth Organization (EYO) Fall Baseball and Softball, Tee Ball and Coach Pitch (co-ed) 4-6 yrs, Machine Pitch, ages 7-8yrs, Kid Pitch, ages 9-18 yrs., register at www.eyosports.org Season starts after Labor Day. Questions email: [email protected] Warhawks Wrestling Registration now open, season begins Nov. 9, Register now at http://www.warhawkswrestlingclub.com. Practices will occur at Glenelg HS, Marriots Ridge HS, and a to be determined location in the Clarksville area. For more information on Warhawks Wrestling Club’s Rec program contact Dmitri Wasilewski, Vice President of Recreational Wrestling, at [email protected] PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class! The Savage Boys and Girls Club announces the travel basketball tryouts schedule for the 2015-16 season. Please contact for additional information. The organization is still seeking coaches for girls teams at other grade levels. If interested, contact Mike Hewitt at [email protected] PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENT HAS TISSUES WITH HIM/HER. Send in a box for the class!