JAN . 20 : DONALD TRUMP"S INAUGURATION
LGMS Test Clocks?
Next week is kindness week at LGMS. This is a National event that many schools are involved in. There will be dress-up days, Random acts of kindness made, (R.A.Ks) and even door decorating! To get you started, one example of a R.A.K is to “High Five 15 people!” For more info about this week, ask your homeroom teacher!
Crazy Theme Days:
"Kick into Gear" Wear mismatched socks and shoes!
"Crazy for Kindness" Crazy hair day!
"Nothing Beats Kindness" Wear your favorite sports jersey or dance uniform!
"Thank you Throwback Thursday" Wear clothes from the 60's to 90's
"Kindness is the LGMS way!" Wear LGMS clothes or school colors!
By: Ava Ocker
JANUARY 24: 6TH GRADE LOCAL SOLO AND ENSEMBLE
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LGMS, HALLWAYS- Has your locker ever been decorated by your friends to wish you a happy birthday? Many students and staff debate whether showing your love through streamers, tape, balloons, and paper is the best way to wish a happy birthday. Many students feel left out if they have birthdays at the very beginning of the year or during the summer. Now, some students are decorating their lockers with white boards, tape, pictures, artwork, magnets, but is it okay? Some staff says that we're not allowed to decorate our lockers? Is it fair? Some students look forward to personalizing their lockers! But on the other hand, some staff members say that it's "too distracting in the hallways..." So what are your thoughts on decorating your locker?
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LGMS, LAKE GENEVA, WI- Picture this: You’re sitting in your class, you look up at the clock to see the time. But something's wrong; the clock in the hallway says 12:26, but the one in your classroom says 12:18. What do you do? Which one do you go by?
Problem solved... almost. LGMS installed new clocks called “Test Clocks”. We are not sure how long they will be here, but their whole point is to iget LGMS on the right time.
Students have mixed opinions on these clocks. Some appreciate them because they are more accurate, while others are confused by seeing so many clocks on the walls.
Mrs. Machan, LGMS library media specialist, stated “The clocks have become such a fixture in the Library that I have stopped noticing them there.”
The test clocks have been an interesting addition to LGMS.
Share your opinion on the test clocks by emailing:
TEST CLOCKS: ANNOYING OR
GREAT NEW ADDITION?
Decorate! Or Not...
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By: Nathaniel Rafe
What did the Eiffel Tower call himself after the earthquake?
The "I-fell tower!"
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