A Message from Middle School

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As we close out another great school year, we want to especially acknowledge our 2015-2016 graduating classes: kindergarten and 8th grade...great accomplishments in their own right, and both celebrations were filled with smiles and joyful tears! ... See MoreSee Less

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We've had the privilege of celebrating MANY students for MANY different accomplishments throughout this school year. One of our last official celebrations (but certainly not the least) happened today with our Million Word Reader Luncheon. 27 students this school year (incl. three 2nd graders) read over one million words. To reach a million requires an average of over 5,500 words per school day...per student! 5th grader Sai topped off the year with over THREE MILLION words, and three other students surpassed two million. Visit for the complete list of million word readers. Amazing job, super readers! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our resident chess experts Simon (7th grade) and Jared (6th grade) represented us at the annual Success Through Chess LA regional championship tournament at APU last weekend. Eight schools participated, and each student played four matches to earn points for his/her school. With 1 point per win and a possible 8 points total, Jared and Simon together earned 7.5 and took first place! #alcseagles #successthroughchess ... See MoreSee Less

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This Friday, May 27 is Sports Day so students can wear their favorite sports attire...but more importantly, it's also Field Day! If you're free, join us on the field between 8:30-12:00 as our elementary and middle school students compete in a series of fun outdoor games. Check with your teacher for your child's field day us out throughout the day or come hang out with your class. Either way, we hope to see you there! (it's also a minimum day) ... See MoreSee Less

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Last Wednesday, Mrs. Palmer's 3rd grade class put on a fundraising event to remember: the first ALCS "Living Museum," in which visitors could stop at a "wax" statue of a historical figure, insert a coin (or bill), and watch the statue come to life to share some facts about him/herself. In addition to bringing history class to life, the kids - in a single day - raised $741 for St. Jude's Children's Hospital!
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