LaBelle Middle School

Making a Difference

  • Important Scholl Announcements


    Labelle Middle School will be closed Novmber 23, 2020 through November 27, 2020 in observance of Thanksgiving Break. School will resume on Monday November 30, 2020.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    Happy Thanksgiving
    On November 30th, we have invited a guest speaker, Ms. Tina Pegler from the Learning for Life Organization, to speak with students about the substance abuse prevention program "Choose to Refuse".
    This presentation will take place in lieu of their PE class. For those students on distance learning, the presentation will be delivered through PE google classrooms. 6th grade students who do not have PE will have the opportunity to view the presentation at a later time during another elective class or science. 
    Your student should have brought home an opt-out form. 
    After reviewing the booklet that will be used along with the presentation, if you would like for your student to not participate, please complete the form (including checking the box next to Opt-out) and have your student return it to their PE teacher or the front office by November 20th. Please click here to view the booklet.


    Hello all,
    You will find the midterm schedule listed below. There will be more information to come, but as for now here are the dates and subjects.
    Date                  Subject
    December 8th     Band
    December 10th   Band
    December 11th   Math
                             Creative Writing
                             Learning Strats
                             ELL            December 14th   Math iReady
    December 15th   Math iReady
    December 16th   Math iReady
                   Social Studies/Civics
    December 17th  Civics
                            Critical Thinking
    December 18th Makeups

    Parents: LMS students will be receiving information  from their 5th period teacher in regards to joining Hendry County District Schools & GoGuardian for an Optional Virtual Kick-Off Event to learn about GoGuardian, the Curious School Partner Program and ways to support your child’s online safety & learning. 

    Distance learners will also receive the information from their 5th period teacher as well to be able to join Hendry County District Schools & GoGuardian for an Optional Virtual Kick-Off Event to learn about GoGuardian, the Curious School Partner Program and ways to support your child’s online safety & learning.

    You can also CLICK HERE to access the information that will be provided to students.

    If you would prefer your child NOT participate in the Study, please complete the opt-out form by November 30, 2020.

    You can access the opt out form either from the packet your child brings home. Or by clicking on either the English or Spanish version listed.

    Opt out form - English

    Opt out form - Spanish

    Substitute Teacher Training

     Click here to register for the Substitute Teacher Training.

    October 19th: Date to return back to Brick & Mortar or switch to Distance Learning.


    12 al 16 de octubre: los maestros de educación a distancia notifican a los padres o los padres notifican a la escuela para cambiar la opción de aprendizaje de su hijo. (Distancia a ladrillo y mortero o ladrillo y mortero a distancia).


    19 de octubre: fecha para volver a Brick & Mortar o cambiar al aprendizaje a distancia.

    October 12th - 16th:  Distance Learning teachers notify parents or parents notify the school to change their child's learning option.  (Distance to Brick & Mortar or Brick & Mortar to Distance). 
    Coronavirus Safety Flyer

    Click here for the printable version of Coronavirus Safety Flyer.




    Parents and students please take a moment to read the
    LMS Distance Learning Protocols for 2020 / 2021. You can find the document by clicking the link below. Thank you for you cooperation.
     * Attention Student Athletes,
    Students who choose to play sports during the 2020-2021 school year need to go on to and create an account. Then they need to complete three courses (Concussion in Sports, Heat Illness Prevention, and Sudden Cardiac Arrest). These courses must be completed before students can participate in any workouts or practices. This must be done along with the physical and consent forms. Click on the following link for the sportds physical and consent forms.

    Physical Form:

    Consent Form:

     Once students have their completed physical and consent form, and they have completed all of the required nfhslearn course, they can drop off their printed certificates to the front office. If you have any questions please contact our Athletics Director: Michael Willis  
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    Tdap Information Image



    A Friendly Reminder from the LMS Nurse to Parents:

    It is required by the state of Florida that all students entering 7th grade have their Tdap immunization.

    Make sure your children are up-to-date.

    Please contact 1-877-888-7468 or check the website for more information.

    You may also call the school with any questions.

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



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  • *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

  • Getting ready for school

    LMS Family


                I do not have the words to totally express how proud I am of my staff. The LMS Staff has worked extremely hard to prepare to serve your students for this school year. I want to share this picture of the 880 individual instructional materials packets and Chromebooks that have been prepared for your students to demonstrate the commitment of the LMS Staff to meet the educational needs of your student for this upcoming school year. I am truly blessed to serve with the dedicated staff at LMS. Parents please honor the staff’s preparation efforts by coming to LMS during the 3 distribution days to complete the beginning of the year paperwork, pick up your students schedule and the instructional materials that your student will need for this school year. The beginning of the distribution process will be filling out the back to school paperwork. Please plan according to allow enough time to complete the entire process.


    Yours in Achievement,

    Mr. Veal

    LMS Principal

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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.

    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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  • 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, genetic information, 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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