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Welcome to the Lockwood School achievers page where you can learn about special people and important news concerning Lockwood Schools. Over the years many special people and groups have been recognized for their achievements. Read about past news-makers at the links to the right.

Congratulations, Sydney and Paisley!

Essay Winners
Two students in fifth grade, Sydney Wagner and Paisley Schwartz, placed first and second in the 2015-16 Elks Lodge Americanism Essay Contest. The topic this year was "What I Can Do to Promote Americanism and Love of Country." Both girls were honored at an Elks Youth Award banquet where they received a scholarship check. Sydney's essay took first place at the state competition, as well, and is being sent onto the national competition. Congratulations Sydney and Paisley!

National Junior Honor Society

Congratulations to our twenty-one 8th graders who will be inducted into our Lockwood National Junior Honor Society. These students have maintained a 3.6 or better GPA throughout their middle school careers. Scholarship, leadership, citizenship, service and character are the five pillars of the NHS and these students have attained those as well.

These students are: Ashlynn Allen, Joseph Barrett, Benjamin Bonner, Megan Brown, Rachel Clayton, Deanna Dalton, Bailey Eleazer, Aaliyah Green, Taylor Kapfer, Karma Ludwig, Taelynn Miller, Michaiah Pease, Erik Reimche, Conor Reitler, Skyler Schaumburg, Peyton Schug, Skyylar Staton, Gabriel Story, Johnathon Tatum, Saryn Wahl, Madisynn Weber.

April PRIDE Students

Brent Dawes, Sophie Desmarais, Vinece Dichos, Gage Ellis, Ron Haka, Daniel St. Germain, Robert Wittman. April PRIDE Students

Congratulations, Jordan!

Jordan Shawver is an extraordinary 8th grader at Eileen Johnson Middle School. Jordan has been offered a scholarship to attend the Interlocken Performing Arts Academy this summer. He will make his way to northern Michigan in late June and for 3 weeks he will work on his vocal skills. He will meet kids in 6th-12th grade from over 30 countries as he fine-tunes some of his already impressive skills.

YMCA Principals' Leadership Award Winners

Melissa Hall, 6th grade, and Aaliyah Green, 8th grade, were given the YMCA Principals' Leadership Award. The Leadership Awards are designed to honor students who excel in academics, service, leadership, and community involvement. Award Winners

Congratulations Mr. Hankins!

Congratulations to Mr. Bob Hankins on being named KULR8 Goldstar Teacher of the Month! Mr. Hankins Mr. Hankins, one of the three P.E. teacher here at Lockwood Middle School, recently won the KULR 8 Gold Star award. To win this award, a former student of his nominated him. He won a monetary award and a plaque. I asked him what he was going to do with the money that he had won, and he said that he is going to buy P.E. equipment for the elementary building, where he will be teaching next fall. Congratulations Mr. Hankins!

2016 VFW Essay Winners!

VFW Essay Winners
This fall, the entire eighth grade entered a writing contest. The topic was "What Freedom Means to Me" and each student submitted a paper to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). Lockwood had three winners: Bailey Eleazer, Alyx Davis, and Ben Bonner. Ben Bonner won first place with a $100 check and a first place medal. Alyx Davis came in second with a $75 check and a second place medal. Then, in third place was Bailey Eleazer who won a $50 check and a third place medal. Congratulations to those winners and thank you to VFW for sponsoring this writing contest.

March PRIDE Students

Alex Benner, Samantha Caraway, Felicity Cramer, Danielle Flory, Sianna Heiser, Trevor Herman, Hannah Lawver, Logan Morris, Robert Morris, Aidan Richard, Mackinzy Ruff, Brayden Sanderson, Brody Schwartz, Katy Story, Willy Werhonig and Kaden Wilson. March PRIDE Students

Science Bowl Winners!

Students On March 11, 2016, Lockwood students were invited for the first time to the Science Bowl. There were teams from across the state; 10 in all. The Lockwood team, coached by Ms. Ryan, included Grant Rickard, Cole Wilson, Robert Morris, Eva Rickard, and Zephan Carpenter as well as a student assistant, Autumn Harris. Our team competed against 6 other teams in their division and tied for 1st place! Congratulations on representing Lockwood so well!

February PRIDE Students

The February Students of the Month were: Bradley Anderson, Ashlynn Allen, Lyric Bauer, Arianna Finley, Riley Kunz, Akira Lovshin, Xaden Marsh, Michaiah Pease, J.R. Reinhardt, Dereck Spint, Skyy Staton, Emma Stone and Emily Tetrault. February PRIDE Students

2016 Lockwood Spelling Bee - February 17

Winners 1st - Noah Crane
2nd - Tailey Leatherberry
3rd - Skyler Schaumburg
4th - Madisynn Weber

January PRIDE Students

The January Students of the Month were: Alex Benner, Gabe Castro, Sianna Heiser, Preston Houston, Darby Mayo, Conor Reitler, Grant Rickard, Levi Samples, Skylar Schaumburg and Robbie Wittman. January PRIDE Students

December PRIDE Students

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Brittney Bartle, Marissa Castro, Zach Contreraz, Bailey Everitt, Darby Mayo, Isabella Maxwell, Tristan Oliszczak, Cadence Parrish and Autumn Peters

November PRIDE Students

Brooke Adams, Allie Bonebright, Megan Brown, Arianna Finley, Autumn Harris, Trevor Herman, Preston Houston, Hannah Moser, Aaliyah Nava, Cierra Robson, Jayden Wagner and Lydia Whitman. PRIDE Students

October PRIDE Students

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Payten Atkinson, Dominic Belmontez, Deanna Dalton, Daylan Forshee, Daniel Granot, Malena Houle, Taylor Kapfer, Kylia Kliner, Karma Ludwig, Josh Miller, Holly Myhre, Payton Stidham, Jayden Wagner and Madisynn Weber

One Class at a Time Grant

Tailey Leatherberry, an eighth grade student, put in an application for a "One Class At A Time" grant and she was selected. She wrote the grant to help the Gifted and Talented program. The "One Class At A Time" grant will be used to purchase computers that students will build themselves.

Heights Exchange Club Students of the Month - September


John Tatum and Taelynn Miller
I was chosen as student of the month for the month of September for the Heights Exchange Club (HEC). It was definitely not something I could ever imagine being a part of. It was such a cool experience, and I hope that the Heights Exchange Club continues it throughout the years. The Heights Exchange Club focuses on strengthening families, building communities, and many other things. The HEC meets every few months at Fuddruckers in the Heights. Kids from Skyview, Castle Rock, and Lockwood meet and share a little about themselves, which is quite interesting to hear new things about people you just met. I was nervous. I got up and scrambled to find something to talk about. When I did find something to talk about, I just went blank again. I just stared at the wall covered in pictures of Elvis. It seemed like everyone knew what they were going to talk about but me. After my mess of a speech was over, which seemed like an eternity, it was someone else's turn. I stirred my milkshake straw around, listening to other people speak about their favorite hobbies, favorite subject in school, and what they like to do outside of school. They handed out plaques with our name on it which made me feel so fancy. It was definitely something I have never done before but the people were friendly and cracked a couple of jokes once everyone was done speaking.

Eileen Johnson Middle School Students Achieve

Tristan Oliszczak

AwardAn Aviation Art Contest awards ceremony was held in Helena on June 17 and Tristan Oliszczak was there to receive first place for his plane drawing.

Way to go Tristan!

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