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Luis P. Untalan Middle School

• Guam DOE's first & only STEM middle school

• Received Six-Year Accreditation by the Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges for 2014-2020

• First middle school robotics program

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    Wed, Nov. 1: Parent-Teacher Conference, 8am-1pm.

    Thurs, Nov. 2: All Souls Day, No classes.

    Fri, Nov. 3: Makeup Picture Day in the LPUMS Library

    Thurs, Nov. 9: • Faculty Meeting at 7:30am
    • ESL Parent Workshop at Harmon McDonald's from 6-7pm

    Fri, Nov. 10: Veterans Day, No classes.

    Thurs, Nov. 16: PTA Meeting in the Cafeteria at 5:30pm

    Fri, Nov. 17: PBIS Assembly

    Mon. Nov. 20-Wed, Nov. 22: Staff Appreciation Week

    Thurs, Nov. 23: Thanksgiving Holiday, No classes.

    Fri, Nov. 24: Flexible Makeup Day #1, No classes if school was
    not missed for any reason from Nov. 3 -22.

    Mon, Nov. 27: 2nd Quarter Progress Reports Distributed

    Wed, Nov. 29-Thurs, Nov. 30: PAWS Store opens for redemption
    of PAWS Bucks


    Click on the image above to order the 2018 LPUMS yearbook!

    EMERGENCY PROCEDURES: Wildcats, familiarize yourselves with the school emergency procedures
    for Lockdown, Shelter in Place, Earthquake Drill, and Evacuations. This video was created by the
    Drama Class and presented by the School Safety Committee.

    Click here to view in full size.

    The LPUMS Yearbook Club won First Place in the Red Ribbon Week Video Contest. View their public service announcement.

    VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS: Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team for winning the
    championship in the Interscholastic Middle School Volleyball League.

    In just 5 days in September, wildcats gave from the bottom of their hearts to fundraise over $600 for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The money will be donated to the local chapter of the Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief.

    Students hold up the green flags--as an indication that their class had no missing students--during the school's first Mass Evacuation Drill on Sept. 7, 2017. "All students and personnel were accounted for within a short amount of time," said Mr. Arvi Bacani, the chairperson of the School Safety Committee.

For more Information, please contact the school during school hours from 7:15am-4pm at (671) 300-2726.

Letter to Parents (SY2017-2018):

August 17, 2017 (attached with the LPUMS Emergency Parent Brochure)

August 23, 2017

Sept. 27, 2017

Oct. 3, 2017

Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Corner

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Transportation Reminders: 

Gate opens at 7:30 a.m. Student drop off/pickup is at the back (Wendy's side). No student will be allowed to walk through the car entrance gates and must enter through identified walker's gate only. All car riders must be picked up before 4pm. Please communicate with your child in the morning regarding transportation arrangements. Phone calls relayed to students are discouraged.

Students have been provided with color-coded Transportation Passes for bus riders, car riders and walkers. The pass process began implementation on Sept. 12, 2017.


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Wildcat Pride: A School of Excellence 2016-2017


Wildcats Continue Winning Streak at Guam History Day

For the 10th straight year in a row, our team of history buffs have placed at the Guam History Day competition. Under Coaches Mr. Jorge Emmanuel and Mr. Vince Leon Guerrero, two indivuals and two groups placed first: Ryan Perez (Individual Documentary) and Samaria Quinata (Individual Exhibit), Zeriah Indalecia & Khallia Fernandez (Group Documentary) and Jesse Carpo & Cassandra Paule (Group Exhibit). Other wins: Lexis Sablan-2nd for Individual Paper, Edina Lee-2nd for Individual Performance, Napu Blas-Individual Website, and Nathan Doone & Nathaniel Sand-2nd for Group Website. Some of the 1st Place winners will be going to Washington, DC for the National History Day competition in June.


Academic Challenge Bowl Team are Champions

The Academic Challenge Bowl team became the All-Island Champions on March 1 after beating St. Anthony Catholic School, Harvest Charitian Academy, and San Vicente Catholic School with a 17-1 record!


Be Moral with our Coral!

This video was created by members of the FIRST LEGO League robotics team, Roaring Wildcats, for their Animal Allies project to promote saving the coral reef. The team of 7th and 8th graders competes in the FLL Pacific Tournament on Jan. 21 at the Micronesia Mall.  

2016 "Home for Christmas" Fine Arts Christmas Concert with Azelet Lopez's solo trumpet performance with Band Director Mrs. Matanane-Sosa and the L.P. Untalan Middle School Choir.




Student's Project Brings Awareness to Invasive Species

6th Grader Ava Bennet won 2nd Place in the Invasice Species Schools Challenge, a competition by the Guam Department of Agriculture Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources. View the KUAM News video at right or Read more about here.


Magical Christmas Songfest

The Wildcat Choir—made up of all grades—performed in front of a packed crowd at the Agana Shopping Center on Nov. 26, 2016 for the Magical Christmas Songfest.
The Guam Chamber of Commerce presented a $500 check to the Wildcat Choir for winning 2nd Place in the Middle School Division of the 4th Annual Song Festival at the Agana Shopping Center on November 26, 2016.


Canned Goods Donation

SBA, LPUMS Administrators and teachers pose with Diana Calvo, chairperson of the Guam Homeless Coalition (2nd to right), gladly accepted the canned goods from NJHS' recent Canned Food Drive. The ceremony was held at the school assembly on Dec. 7, 2016. She is assisted by Frank Taijeron and Ken Roldan. 


Red Ribbon Video Contest

The Drama Class and the Wildcat Choir created the video entry for this year's Red Ribbon Video Contest during this year's Red Ribbon Campaign.
Mr. Concepcion, Drama teacher (4th from right), accepts the trophy for the Red Ribbon Video Contest at the Say Boo to Drugs held at the Agana Shopping Center on Oct. 31, with several members of the Red Ribbon Campaign committee and Acting Superintendent Joseph Sanchez (3rd from left).



September 11 Ceremony



The LPUMS Chorus performed "God Bless America" during the Sept. 11 flag raising ceremony in the gym. Great job to Chorus Conductor Mrs. Christine Pama Theisen and her choir singers! View their website here.


Thank you to Mr. Christian Gomez for taking the videos.



The LPUMS Band played "America the Beautiful" during the Sept. 11 flag raising ceremony in the gym. Great job to Band Director Mrs. Joanne Matanane-Sosa and her band members! View their website here.




School Year 2015-2016

View the Year in Review of an EXCELLENT 2015-2016 School Year. Click here!