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Tigers Fieldtrip postponed The Tigers team would like to inform parents that the January 19
fieldtrip has been postponed to March. Read the letter that went
out to parents here.
ARTWORK ON DISPLAY: Two students from Mr. David Castro's art class, Keavahna Cruz and Francine Bautista, were chosen to have their artwork displayed in the Isla Center for the Arts at the
University of Guam. Check out their work during the exhibition dates from Feb. 1 to 23.
SOCCER CHAMPS: Congratulations to the LPUMS Boys Soccer team for making it to the top of the Interscholastic Middle School Boys Soccer League. The team was honored during the January Assembly.
BATTLE OF THE READERS: Reading teachers Ms. Waltz (left) and Mrs. Borja (right) challenged some wildcat readers for the annual "Battle of the Books." Students were provided a copy of the novel "Three Times Lucky" in December. At the end of January, they faced fun and challenging activities in an all-day activity.
VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS: Congratulations
to our Lady Wildcats for winning the Interscholastic Middle School Girls Volleyball Championship! They were honored by the Guam Education Board and Superintendent Jon Fernandez on January 24.
CREATIVE WILDCATS: The Superintendent of Education Jon Fernandez joined Untalan's Stitch and Stir organization to judge the Holiday Door Decorating Contest in December. The winning door was Ms. Nellis (left in top picture with Mrs. Chargualaf) and her class who received a "Class Party in a Box" from Stitch and Stir (advisors Mrs. Barcinas, a club member and Ms. Bermudes) announce the winners with Mr. Fernandez and Mrs. Guerrero during the December Assembly. View a gallery of the other doors.
TOYS FOR TOTS: Students
pose in front of the toys that students donated for the Salvation Army's Toys for Tots program, in partnership with KUAM. The school's Support Services and Outreach office organized the school participation. Read more from KUAM here.
GIFTS FROM PARENTS: Mrs. Seuh (center) lead efforts by the Parent-Teacher Association to create a "Giving Tree." In December, teachers were asked to submit their wish lists for the Giving Tree to Mrs. Seuh, who then asked parents to pick names and donate gifts.
CANNED FOOD DRIVE: The National Junior Honor Society presented canned food donations to Mr. Joe C. from Westcare to help feed the homeless. NJHS Advisor Mrs. Barcinas coordinated the collection of the donations from the school community in collaboration with LPUMS SPCE Outreach Team, Mrs. Rose Mafnas and Mrs. Eliza Cruz.
PEACE POSTER: Wyllie-Anne Endozo represented LPUMS for the Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest in November. She is pictured with her artwork that was part of the islandwide competition at the Micronesia Mall, along with Mr. Castro, Mrs. Guerrero and members of the Lions Club.
RED RIBBON VIDEO: The LPUMS Yearbook Club won First Place in the Red Ribbon Week Video Contest. View their public service announcement.The members who recorded and edited the video are pictured above with Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio (left) and Yearbook advisor Mrs. Juvy Cariño (right) during the Red Ribbon ceremony on October 31 in Agana Shopping Center.
VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS: Congratulations to the Boys Volleyball team for winning the
championship in the Interscholastic Middle School Volleyball League.
HURRICANE HARVEY DONATION: 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.
EVACUATION DRILL: 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.
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.
For more Information, please contact the school during school hours from 7:15am-4pm at (671) 300-2726.
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.