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    Attention Important Notice




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    Map for End of year item pick up / drop off.


    🥳End of the School Year Wrap UP!🥳

    We will be collecting Chromebooks (with Chromebook charger), Library books, and band instruments soon. PE items and yearbooks will also be available for pick up on the same dates and times.
    Please see below for the drop off / pickup locations, dates, and times.


    Tuesday May 26th 6th Grade -
    9 AM to 12 PM and 4 to 6 PM

    Wednesday May 27th 7th Grade -
    9 AM to 12 PM and 4 to 6 PM

    Thursday May 28th 8th Grade -
    9 AM to 12 PM and 4 to 6 PM


    Chromebook (including Chromebook charger)– Library Book - Instrument Return Plan


    Use the West side of Cafeteria for drop-off.


    Drop-off will be in this order:
    1st stop: Instrument drop off
    2nd stop: Library Book
    3rd stop: Chromebook and Chromebook charger
    If the Chromebook you have has any issue please place a note inside of it with a description of the issue. Thank you.


    PE Clothes Pickup


    Use the East side Gym for Pickup – Cottrell & Morales


    Yearbook & Candy/Chip Sales


    Use the Parent Drop-off Loop - Nicholson


    Yearbook cost is $35.00.


    Parents this is just a reminder if your child had medication stored at the school please pick up your child's medication, if you have not done so. If it is not picked up the nurse will have to dispose of it!
    To pick up your childs medication please call the front office to let them know you are on your way to pick it up and your childs name so they can have it ready for you when you arrive. Thank you.
    Reminder : it is a requirement that all students entering 7th grade have their tdap shot up to date.



    Instructional Plan to Close Out the Year

    Friday May 15th – Last day for regular assignments.
    Friday May 22nd – Make-Up Work
    Friday May 29th – Teacher Workday Grades 

    How to access Student Progress Reports
    Students and Parents:
    Progress Reports will be available on Monday 04/28/2020.
    You can access the progress reports through the
    Hendry County Focus Portal https://hendry.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/
    1. Please log in to your Focus portal, and refer to the Messages section on the home screen.
    2. In the Message box, click on the progress report link to view or print.
    3. Select Download Progress Report (or Report Card) to view the report card in a PDF print preview screen, at which point, it can be printed, downloaded, etc.
    Parents students should be able to access Focus while signed in to their school account. This is the source they use to check their grades and to see what assignments they are missing.
    If you have difficulty accessing the report through Focus please contact our office staff to have a paper copy printed for you.


    Distance Learning

      Hello everyone, from our LMS family to yours, we hope you are all doing well. 

    To make it easy to access our online resources, the school district has added a section to its website called “Distance Learning”. To access Distance Learning, click on, or copy and paste into your web browser, the following link

    https://www.hendry-schools.org/Page/7941. On this page, you will find links to Google Documents from your child’s teachers. These Google Documents will provide the information your child will need to access their digital content. These Google Documents will be updated with the latest information, so be sure to check frequently. The weekly plan will be added the Friday prior to the next week's lessons.


    To access all of the information, you will need to be logged into your school Gmail account. 

    How to login to digital resources...


    Student Email: 

    1. Go to www.gmail.com
    2. Click Login
    3. Email is lowercase initials followed by id number @hendry-schools.net (i.e. jr622222@hendry-schools.net)
    4. Password is the same password as they use for their Chromebook capital first initial lowercase second initial and full birthdate (i.e. Jr02292007)


    ****Please note, if under any circumstances your child does not have the means to access digital learning, notify his or her teacher immediately. These students will need to receive modified assignments delivered in a modified manner. Thank you.****



    We have translated two of our "Google for Parents" documents to Spanish in an effort to reach many more of our parents...

    Hemos traducido dos de nuestros documentos de "Google para padres" al español 
    en un esfuerzo por llegar a muchos más de nuestros padres ...

    Our current and future Google Classroom for Parents & Students documents are housed on our Parent Resources page on our website.



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    ****Chromebooks will be available for checkout at the school for any student that will need one for Online instruction. Please contact us if your child still needs to check out a Chromebook.

    We would like to also share the following information with you regarding internet availability
    Offering Internet basics for free to low-income families.

    · Offering free internet services to students. The number to call is 1-855-243-8892

    120 @ LaBelle High School
    80 @ Clewiston High School
    Xfinity Hotspots are open to all.

    ****All information regarding virtual learning will be made available on each schools’   webpage next week. Additional information will be shared through social media and the district’s webpage.

    ****All Hendry County schools will be closed until April 15, 2020. All state testing has been canceled for this school year. 


    ****Revised Meal Distribution Plan


     updated meal distribution plan

    ****We would like to share an informational letter regarding the Coronavirus with you.


    Coronavirus Update








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    Because we like to see our LaBelle community succeed as well as our students we would like to share the following information with you.

    Job Opportunity

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  • LaBelle Middle School

  • Modified Office Hours


    March 31, 2020 through April 15, 2020, the LMS school office will have modified hours, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. If you are planning on visiting LMS please call first to schedule a time. Thank you for your understanding.






    Summer School Sign Up.


    This is for current


    8th graders entering 9th grade.



    Calling all 8th graders entering 9th grade. LaBelle High School will be offering a summer school program for the required HOPE course. If you are INTERESTED in taking the HOPE course over the summer instead of during the school year please fill out the following survey.


    We apologize we are having technical issues with the survey link. As soon as it is corrected we will remove this message. 

     If you are NOT INTERESTED no action needs to be taken.

     High school students are required to enroll in the year-long course, HOPE (Health Opportunities through Physical Education). Hope is a course that integrates health concepts and skills with physical education concepts and skills.





    Remind: School Communication App

    We would like to inform you that LaBelle Middle School uses the Remind app as a way to stay in touch and up to date with parents and guardians.

    Remind is a free, safe messaging app that keeps families up to date with what's happening in the classroom. Teachers can send messages to an entire class, smaller groups, or individuals. These quick, simple messages can help you and your student(s) stay informed.

    If you haven't already received the sign-up paper from your child's teacher please either have your child request a new one, or feel free to contact your child's teacher. 





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2018-2019 LaBelle Middle School Employee of the Year


    Congratulations to Front Office Clerk/Typist


    Jannette McLymont,


    our LMS Employee of the Year for 2018-2019!!

     Jannette McLymont Employee of the Year



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We Scored a 5 on the Spring 2018 FSA!!



    Important Notice

    LMS Families,
    Please be advised that in the event any safety alerts
    need to be communicated to families,
    LMS will provide that information utilizing phone
    callouts and Facebook/website posts.  
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  • LaBelle Middle School Mission and Vision Statement
    MISSION:  The Mission of LaBelle Middle School is to inspire and empower students to excel both academically and socially and to prepare them to be productive citizens and future leaders.
    VISION:    Our Vision, as educators, parents, and community partners, is to prepare our students to become self-reliant, independent lifelong learners.
  • Equal Opportunity Statement

    Equal Opportunity Statement

    The School Board of Hendry County, Florida prohibits any policy or procedure which results in discrimination on the basis of race, sex, national origin, marital status, disability, age or religion. It also includes all protection required by 34 CFR, 108.9 (Boy Scouts Act). Individuals who wish to file a discrimination and/or harassment complaint, or individuals with disabilities requesting accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) may call the equity officer at (863) 674-4550.

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Important Resources for the 2019-2020 School Year

  • We have many students at LMS that enjoy


    reading. We would like to share the following


    ways they can continue to read


    from home during distance learning.


    Open eBooks


    Open eBooks, through First Book, offers a huge collection of eBooks to our LMS students.  

                                                                                                  First Book

    From the First Book website:

    "Thanks to your child’s educator/librarian, you are now able to download and use the Open eBooks app for free. With this app, you and your child can access a library of thousands of popular and award winning eBooks for free! We hope the Open eBooks app helps you to further support and engage in your child’s learning and foster their love of reading beyond the classroom."  Internet access is necessary to download up to 10 books at any one time, but books may be read offline on the device or phone once downloaded.


    Mrs. Moore, LMS Library Media Specialist, will be happy to send the instructions, codes, and pins to anyone, student or staff, who emails her directly asking for one.  She will also send a code and pin to parents/guardians on behalf of their child if they email her a request and include their child’s name and grade level in their email.  Each code and pin is unique.  

    Mrs. Moore’s email addressmoorel@hendry-schools.net


                          Capstone Interactive and Pebble Go


    Capstone Interactive and Pebble Go Access and Log-in Information


    Capstone has opened up their Capstone Interactive eBooks and PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next databases to all of our students, teachers, and families.   Please see log-in information for all three resources below. The PebbleGo database also has articles in Spanish.


    These log-in credentials may be used by all Hendry County Schools students, teachers, and families.

    A big "thank you" to Capstone for these resources for students, teachers, and families!!!  #KeepReading #ReadingIsForEveryone 


    Capstone Interactive eBooks (over 3,000 Interactive eBooks available):


    log-in:         continue

    password:  reading


    PebbleGo by Capstone "Where K-3 Students Go to Find Answers":


    log-in:         engaged

    password:  learning


    PebbleGo Next by Capstone "Designed with the Grades 3-5 Researcher in Mind":


    log-in:         engaged

    password:   learning


    Please go to the following link or images and find:


    Important Resources for 2019-2020 School Year


    2019-2020 Hendry County Schools Calendar


     District Approved Calendar 2019-2020


    2019-2020 School Supply Lists for 6th, 7th, 8th Grades


    Supply Lists 2019-2020




    Dress Code for 2018-2019


    **Regarding the LaBelle Middle School 2019-2020 dress code,

    please note that it permits students to have a (not clear) pencil box

    or similarly sized container to keep personal items.

    The dress code also allows for (not clear) purses. Purses should be

    around 8 inches by 11 inches by 3 inches thick or smaller.

    Thank you for your support as we take

    measures to improve the safety of our students.  





    2019-2020 Hendry County Schools

    Back to School Guide



     Back to School Guide 2019-2020

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  • The 2019-2020


    Hendry County Schools

    Official Calendar


    Click here or on the image below to


    see the 2019-2020 school calendar.


    2017-2018 School Board Approved Calendar

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  • A Friendly Reminder from the LMS Nurse to Parents:
    A Tdap immunization is required for all students entering 7th grade.
    Make sure your children are up-to-date.
    Please contact the 800 number or check the website on the graphic below
    for more information. You may also call the school with any questions.



    Also, additional information is on the School Nurse's Webpage.



    Tdap Information Image



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2018-2019 LMS Golden Apple Teacher of the Year

  • Labelle Middle School is Pleased to Announce


    Mrs. Deirdre Purvis


    is the 2018-2019 


    Golden Apple Teacher of the Year!!


    Congratulations, Mrs. Purvis!


    TOY 2018-2019


    TOY 2018-2019


    TOY 2018-2019

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2018-2019 Brilliant Orange Award


    Brilliant Orange Award for 2018-2019


    Awarded to  7th Grade ELA Teacher Mr. Todd Elliott


    Brilliant Orange Award 2018-2019


    Each school year, Hendry County School District

    awards a first-year teacher from every school in

    the county with the Brilliant Orange Award.


    This award recognizes one outstanding

    beginning teacher from each school.


    Congratulations on this recognition, Mr. Elliott!!



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