6th Grade: Mr. David Gibbons
7th Grade: Mrs. Kia McKinney
8th Grade: Mrs. Ann Ferkler
Secretary: Mr. Shane Hynson
Please visit the CCPS website to learn more about service learning requirements. Middle school students should begin completing independent projects to achieve their total hours required for graduation.
A few examples of appropriate projects include:
-Volunteering at the library
-Volunteering at school
-Volunteering at the firehouse
-Walk-a-thon or 5K
All independent projects must be approved (no exceptions!) and they cannot be done during regular school hours. Please submit a completed Service Learning Form to your Guidance Counselor to get your project approved.
Health & Wellness
Please visit the CCPS website for information about immunization requirements, medication forms, school-based medical/dental enrollment forms, emergency forms, and other important information.
Health Room Phone Number: 410-479-3277
The National Association of School Nurses provides some excellent information on the following topics you should think about when your students are returning to school:
- Washing Your Hands
- Wearing Cloth Face Coverings
- Staying at Home When You Are Sick
All three videos are available in both English and Spanish and can be found here.
School-Based Wellness Center
CCPS has partnered with Choptank Community Health System to provide school-based Wellness Centers where students can receive medical treatment on site, including written prescriptions. The LMS Wellness Center is open on the following days:
Mondays 7:30 – 3:30
Wednesdays 7:30 – 3:30
Fridays: 7:30 – 12:00
Phone number: 410-479-3075
The Wellness Center is staffed by Kelly K. Davis, CRNP. Ms. Davis earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Washington College, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University, and a Master of Science in Nursing--Family Nurse Practitioner from St. Joseph's College of Maine. Ms. Davis has over 20 years of experience caring for families in our community.
The Media Center has become a Learning Commons where classes in all content areas are able to access both print and electronic resources to conduct research or create products that display student learning.
Every three weeks, students visit the Media Center with their Language Arts classes for a lesson and book check out. Students may check out up to three books at a time, as long as they do not have overdue materials.
The Media Center is open during Focus for students who need access to the Internet, computers, iPads, or printers to complete class assignments. Students may sign up through their teachers.
Databases & Links
Clubs & Activities
National Junior Honor Society
Membership in LMS’s chapter of NJHS is open to those students who meet the required standards in five areas of evaluation: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. Standards for selection are established by the national office of NJHS and have been revised to meet our local chapter needs. Students are selected to be members by a 5-member Faculty Council, appointed by the principal, which bestows this honor upon qualified students on behalf of the faculty of our school each spring.
Students in the second semester of sixth grade or grades seven through eight are eligible for membership. For the scholarship criterion, a student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.8 or better on a 4.0 scale. Those students who meet this criterion are invited to complete a Student Activity Information Form that provides the Faculty Council with information regarding the candidate's leadership and service.
To evaluate a candidate's character, the Faculty Council uses two forms of input. First, school disciplinary records are reviewed. Second, members of the faculty are solicited for input regarding their professional reflections on a candidate's character, citizenship, and leadership. In addition to these forms, students are required to write an essay detailing traits they possess that will benefit their school and community. Essays will be evaluated by the Faculty Council based on a four-point rubric. All information is carefully reviewed by the Faculty Council to determine membership. A majority vote of the Council is necessary for selection. Candidates are notified regarding selection or nonselection according to a predetermined schedule.
Following notification a formal induction ceremony is held at the school to recognize all the newly selected members. Once inducted, new members are required to maintain the same level of performance or better in all five criteria that led to their selection. This obligation includes regular attendance at chapter meetings held monthly during the school year, and participation in the chapter service learning project(s). In addition, students will be responsible for $15 dues per year. Students or parents who have questions regarding the selection process or membership obligations can contact the chapter advisors Mrs. Laura Breeding and Ms. Jennifer DeVore at Lockerman Middle School (410) 479-2760.
Orchestra Club meets each Wednesday from 2:45 – 4:00 in the band room. This club is open to both beginners and students who have experience playing an instrument. The club leader is Martha Mancuso.