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News and Events

Jazz Band Concert – April 18th.
Speech & Debate State Competition – April 20th.

LMS Volunteers Honored

     Zhichen Li                Student Volunteer

     Milka Rocha             Adult Volunteer

     Sharon Kehoe         Senior Volunteer

Teacher of the Year 2023-2024

Teacher of the Year is Samantha Gayso, Rookie Teacher of the Year is Kyle Speed, and
Custodian Craig Orzolec as our School Related Employee of the Year.

F.A.S.T. Testing


April 2nd: 8th Grade Writing

April 4th: 7th Grade Writing

April 5th: 6th Grade Writing


May 6th: Civics EOC
May 7th: 6th Grade ELA 
May 9th: 7th Grade ELA 
May 10th: 8th Grade ELA 
May 13th: 6th Grade Math
May 14th7th Grade Math/Pre-Algebra 
May 16thAlgebra/Geometry 
May 17th8th Grade Science


*All dates are subject to change



FAST Notification Letter

Understanding FAST Reports For Families

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Texas Instruments TI-30Xa Scientific Calculators will be part of the statewide assessments for all 7th and 8th grade math courses. This is an example of the calculator that will be allowed on the state tests. Other calculators will not be permitted. Cost is about $10. Students are expected to have their own TI-30Xa calculator in class daily.

Schoology Information

Schoology App Directions


Landrum has recently begun a pilot program with the Schoology learning management system. Schoology is a secure online program that serves as a central hub for learning. Teachers can create, manage and share information and resources with their students. Students using Schoology can get class assignments, link to readings and guides selected by their teacher, collaborate with classmates, take tests and quizzes, and work on self-paced learning activities. Here at Landrum, all teachers will be posting Daily Board Agendas (DBAs) to ensure all students and parents know what is being taught in the classroom. Parents and students are given login information.

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President: Annelee Bailey [email protected]
Vice President: Heidi McLeod
Recording Secretary – Jeannine Feyen
Treasurer: Kara Lenz
Communications: Jennifer Werba
Community Events & Fundraising: Open
Community Partners: Tina Brletich
Hospitality: Tulin Ostfeld
Hospitality: Sarah Ritchie
Member at Large: Debbie Rozen
Member at Large: Caroline Preston
Membership: Julia Hightower
Membership: Catherine Finnemore
New Member Welcome: Kristin Glunt
New Member Welcome: Jennifer Kaltman
Secret Pal: Danielle Frey
Secret Pal: Beth Marino
Spirit Wear: Heather Mandeville
Spirit Wear: Erin Wolf
Website: Judy Manley
Past President: Kristin Glunt

Cell Phones

Students using their cell phone devices/earbuds during the school day has become an issue. Board policy require that all electronic devices be turned off, stored in student’s backpack, purse, or locker. The device shall not be used during the school day without administrative approval (classroom teacher) or on school buses to and from school. Electronic devices must remain stored during classroom transitional periods. Failure to comply may result in the device being confiscated. Repeated failure to comply will be considered defiance of school rules.

Clubs Page

Mondays: Drama, Speech & Debate
Tuesdays & Thursdays: Cross Country
Tuesday & Thursdays: Band
Tuesdays:  Knit Club
Italian Clubs – Beginning Oct. 10th
Thursdays: The Literary Guild
Friday: Math Counts

Digital Flyers

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School Hours

Start Time: 7:30
Dismissal: 1:50
Wednesday Dismissal: 12:50

C-SPAN Studentcam Winners!

Congratulations Evie Prediletto and Zoe Walker for winning Honorable Mention in the C-SPAN Documentary Contest 2023-2024 for their documentary titled: The Human Genome Project.

History Fair & Science Fair Results

In the Individual Exhibit Category 1st Place: Austin Fong, 2nd Place- Paige Pilinko, and tied for 3rd Place Elizabeth Curren and Colin Bovee.
Other Exhibit County Qualifiers were Georgia Hood, Mina Bohsali, Stratos Rahanos, and Flor Vallejo.

Group Exhibit Category 
1st Place - Vidya Siliveri, Gigi LeDuke, Leila Smith, 2nd Place - Lillian Ritchie and Zoey Fishman, and 3rd Place - Parker Bevill, Christopher Franke, Kieran This, and Logan Cherry. Also qualifying for district are Micah Day & Owen Breen.

For 1st Place Individual Performance: 
Eva Stoleru, 

1st Place Group Performance: 
Madison Brletich, Sarah Jacobson, Ava McCoy, Banks Maryak, Margaret Eastman.

Individual Documentary Category, congratulations: Evie Prediletto 1st Place, Brooklyn Pennington – 2nd Place, and Bella Whitney – all qualifying for the county competition.

Group Documentaries Qualified for County -  1st place - Connie Bowden, Orla Caffrey, and Madison Blunk, 2nd Place - Catherine Mitchell and Jolie Miller.

Finally, in the Group Website Category, congratulations go to 
1st Place project by Taylor Alt and Christian Joseph, and 2nd place Group website by Campbell Hullah-Sheppard and Daniel Gottardi.


School Breakfast $1.75
School Lunch $3.50

A La Carte menu includes:

Firehouse Subs ($5.50)
Zaxbys: Two Nibblers Sandwiches ($5.50)
Chick-fil-A ($5.75)
Price Increase to $6.50 in 2024
Papa Johns ($2.50) 

Lori Aliprando, Landrum Cafeteria Manager
[email protected]

H.A.C. Home Access Center (eSchool Plus+)

Home Access Center (eSchool Plus+) allows parents to view their child’s educational information via a secure, password protected website. Eschool contains vital class information to help students including dates and details of upcoming assignments, projects and test dates. Eschool allows teachers to post files like worksheets, PowerPoints or text files containing important class information. Students will find the information just as important as parents.

HAC information contact
Ms. Moloney
Detailed Information about eSchool
HAC Portal

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Any student who has been absent from school shall provide a note from a parent or guardian within forty-eight (48) hours of returning to school stating the cause of the absence. If the student missed school due to an appointment, a note from the provider must be turned in within forty-eight (48) hours of returning to school. Failure to provide a note will result in an automatic unexcused absence. Notes can be turned in at the Front Office or emailed to [email protected]

However, the fact that the student provides a note does not require the school administration to excuse the absence. The principal or designee will decide whether the absence meets the criteria for an excused absence, and that decision will be final. 

After fifteen (15) days of absence, whether excused or unexcused, a student must present verification from a licensed doctor for all subsequent absences due to illness.

LMS Sports Schedule

GIRLS SOCCER TRYOUTS have been rescheduled for Tuesday 9/5 and Thursday 9/7 from 2:00-3:30 PM. You must register @SJMSAA to participate in tryouts and attend both days of tryouts. Boys Soccer TBD Fall Baseball – Register @ SJMSAA
Tryouts are at the
Landrum Fields 2:30 – 4:30
8th grade Monday August 21
7th grade Tuesday August 22
6th grade Thursday August 24 Cross Country – First practice
2-3 Tuesday, August 22nd Students must have a signed Landrum parent permission form turned in. Volleyball Girls first day will be Tuesday September 5th 2-3:30 and Boys will be Wednesday September 6th 1-2:30
Students need a signed parent permission form turned i n before tryouts.

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School Access

In an effort to provide safety and security to our students and staff, we check identification for all vendors, visitors, volunteers and parents each time you enter the building. Volunteers must have clearance to enter the building. If you have not already been cleared, please submit a School Access Form. Please input full legal name (first, middle and last) on the application. If you already have clearance, please do not submit an application. Expired accounts will be rerun automatically.

School District News

"The Link Between Language Age and Behavior" Virtual Discussion on April 9

Please join us on April 9, 2024, from 6pm to 7:30pm for a virtual discussion titled "The Link Between Language Age and Behavior." The discussion will be presented by guest speaker from UF Health Jacksonville David Childers, MD.

Learn more about this event

The Link Between Language Age and Behavior Flyer

FortifyFL App

FortifyFL is a website and app developed at the direction of the Florida Legislature. Any student, educator, parent or member of the public can report school safety concerns directly to law enforcement and school administrators anonymously and easily through the FortifyFL app or

Mission Statement

The St. Johns County School District will inspire good character and a passion for lifelong learning in all students, creating educated and caring contributors to the world.