Welcome to the Lagunitas Middle School
Located in the beautiful San Geronimo Valley of Marin County, California, the Lagunitas Middle School is a public school with grades 6-8. The Middle School Program is a semi-departmentalized program. Students rotate through several different teachers to receive a core curriculum in language arts, math, science and social studies. A variety of enrichment activities are infused into the students’ daily schedule including art, drama, foreign language, music and technology. A “Social Skills” class is included for one trimester for all students in each year of Middle School as part of the enrichment activities. Emphasis is placed on individuals experiencing success by developing self-confidence and heightened sense of self-esteem.
Middle School Homework Calendar
Enjoy this video from our Superintendent, John Carroll https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_AXXjIU2-c
Here is a PDF of the minutes from the November 2016 Middle School parent meeting.
https://vimeo.com/189051708 This year’s Rite of Passage at Westminster Woods created a deep bond between the Lagunitas 8th graders. The annual trip had a profound impact on all students, some describing it as “life changing”. This video includes pictures and anonymous...
Here is a PDF copy of the minutes from the September 2016 Middle School Parent Meeting. Enjoy!
Here is the PDF of the Middle School Parent Meeting minutes from the August 30, 2016 meeting.
Enjoy this video by our Superintendent John Carroll about starting a new school year and making it an amazing experience.
There is a lot of work going on around the Lagunitas School District. Take a look at these photos of construction projects putting the Measure A funds to work. [gallery size="full" ids="1115,1114,1113,1112,1111,1110,1109,1108,1107"]
If you are able to donate the items on this supply list, please do...
The last day of school is almost here. Our 8th grade Middle School students have graduated and are at their pool party tonight. Our Open Classroom 5th and 6th grade students have graduated and their futures have been predicted. Marlene bonked her students last Friday, and Larry will offer bonking to others tomorrow morning. The Montessori kindergarteners will graduate in the morning, and the 5th grade graduation ceremony will most likely be held in the MPR this year as rain is predicted for tomorrow morning. This has been a week of beach trips, class parties, finishing projects, and cleaning out classrooms. Excitement is in the air; we’re filled with emotional goodbyes, but we are ready for summer.