News and Events
May 30 Student / Teacher Holiday
June 2 Last Day for Students
We are returning Family Night this year, i.e. no assigned homework or assessments the next day, to provide families the opportunity to enjoy an evening together. Please mark your calendars.
- April 20, 2022
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 FSA test (2019/2020). Other calculators will not be permitted. Cost is about $10. Students are expected to have their own TI-30Xa calculator in class daily.
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.
- Kristin Glunt, President
- Jen Kaltman, VP
- Allison Kendall & Pamela Riley, Fundraising
- Jim Eddings & Debra Rozen, Co-Treasurers
- Kerry Shewchuk, Recording Secretary
- Caroline Preston, Internal/External Communication
- Anne DeWeese, Volunteers
- Sandra Buss & Annalee Bailey, Hospitality
- Danielle Frey & Beth Marino, Secret Pal
- Jonathan Koon, Judy Manley Webmasters
- Julia Hightower & Catherine Finnemore, Membership
- Lori Shapiro, Member at Large
- Mel Intemann, Past President
Start Time: 7:30
Wednesday Dismissal: 12:50
ATTENTION 8th grade:
The link for information about Middle School Blitz/High School Showcase is below.
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. Page [email protected]
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.
Cell phones must be turned off and put away while on campus. Text messages are strictly prohibited. Landrum Middle School will not investigate nor be held responsible for missing or damaged phones. Violation of this policy is considered defiance and could lead to suspension.
- 2022-23 Rising 6th Grade Elective Course Offering Description
- 2022-23 Rising 7th Grade Elective Course Offering Description
- 2022-23 Rising 8th Grade Elective Course Offering Descriptions
- 2021_22 Rising 6th Grade Elective Course Offering Description Sheet
- 2021-22 Rising 7th Grade Elective Course Offering Description Sheet
- 2021_22 Rising 8th Grade Electives Course Offering Description Sheet with intermediate Spanish
- Clinic Forms
- Student Volunteer Hours
- Student / Parent Participation Form
- Summer Reading Information 2022 V4
- Quarantine Family Help Guide- Secondary 2021-22
- Quarantined Student Support Protocol – Secondary
- Economic Security Report Summary
- Mental Health & Wellness
- St. John’s County School District
- School Calendar
- School Access Form (Volunteer Application)
- Parent Resource Guide and Pupil Progression Plan
- Year-at-a-Glance Course Pacing
- District ELL Plan 2016-2019
- Code of Conduct
- Envision Parent Letter
The ROAR Newsletter
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
2021-2022 Instructional Materials Adoption for Mathematics UPDATE
On February 8, 2022, the St. Johns County School Board voted to approve the list of recommended resources for adoption for Math. View the final list of approved resources. Florida Statute allows parents or residents of the county to object to the adoption of a specific instructional material. If you would like to contest the adoption of the Math resources, you must complete the Reconsideration of Instructional Materials Request Form and submit it to the SJCSD Instructional Resources and Media Services Department no later than noon on March 10, 2022.
Please visit our Instructional Materials Adoption web page to:
- Access the math resources that are being considered for adoption.
- Learn more about the policies and procedures for textbook adoption.
B.E.S.T. Standards Presentation
The purpose of the video is to provide parents and community members with information about the new B.E.S.T. Standards for English Language Arts and math. The video also explains the timeline for the implementation of the new standards.
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 getfortifyfl.com.