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Lockwood Middle School Pride Page

 May 30, 2019

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PRIDE Students
Lockwood April
PRIDE Students


The April Students of the Month were: Nick Arbeia, Victoria Bear Quiver Johnson, Emily Benner, Emily Brandenburg, Michael Brumitt, Maria Cantwell, Gage Coder, Pierce Dotson, Thad Dykes, Rayce Fisher, Hope Frost, Isabelle Jodrey, Brock Krohn, Madison LaFranier, Laina Larson. Laira Larson, Abigail McNaughton, Bailey Miner, Brennan O’Donnell, Aundreyahy Polizzi-Haugen, Cole Reeves, Brianna Robinson, Makenzie Schug, Deago Serrano, Ketch Stevens, Samara Williams, Sienna Williams Jude Zitterkopf. Students are selected by the staff for exemplifying our Pride acronym.

Positive attitude
Respect for self and others
Involved in learning
Determined to succeed
Empathy for others


Outstanding
Achievement Award

Skidmore
Madison Skidmore, an 8th grader, received the Outstanding Achievement Award from National Junior Honor Society. This award is a $500 scholarship for when she attends college. Madison was the only Montana student to receive the award.




Hoops for Homeless
Hoops for Homeless


Can a group of concerned middle school kids make a difference? You bet they can.

On Saturday, April 27 sixth grade students from the GT program put on their first ever basketball tournament, Hoops For the Homeless. Their goal was to raise funds for the Women and Children's Shelter in Billings and also the humanitarian fund to help homeless students on our campus. These dedicated students worked for weeks advertising, gathering equipment, getting volunteers and referees and planning concessions. They were able to raise $1,500 which they split between the shelter and humanitarian fund.

They learned that having a goal, staying focused, and working hard can lead to amazing success. Congrats to these outstanding Lockwood students!

Student
YMCA Leadership Award


The 8th grade YMCA Principals’ Leadership Award winner this year was Tyler Montgomery. This award recognizes students who excel in academics, service, leadership and community involvement.

Graduation Hat

8th Grade Promotion

The 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony will be held Friday, May 31, at 10:00 a.m. in the Sturdevant Gym. All are welcome to attend. Eighth grade students need to be at school at 9:00 a.m.