LMS News for You

  • CareersSeeking Presenters for Career Fair, Tuesday, February 13

    We are seeking presenters who can speak about their career and/or college experience at our annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday, February 13. Click here for more information and click here to register!

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  • Center for Educational Effectiveness Student Survey Coming Soon!

    We are partnering with the Center for Educational Effectiveness (CEE) to administer the Educational Effectiveness Survey (EES) to students. The survey and screener results will provide us with information and feedback within the research-based frameworks of the Characteristics of High Performing Schools and CASEL (Social-Emotional Learning).  Over the last 20 years, the EES survey has been used in over 280 districts. Based on these experiences, here are some details:

    • Data will be used to support and inform improvement conversations with staff and leadership at the school and district level
    • Each building will receive their building-level reports, and the district leadership team will receive district-level summary views.
    • The survey is confidential. GCPS and CEE will protect the confidentiality of each respondent.

    To gather this information, your students will take the 30–45-minute screener and survey at school on February 9, 2024.

    Please use this link to access more information about the EES Student Survey. We value the input of our students as we strive to continue to improve our school.

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  • APTTAPTT - Academic Parent-Teacher Teams

    We look forward to these events where families will amog other things Among other activities during each evening, teachers will be working with parents/guardians and students to review academic goals and the steps to reach them. Flyer by Mrs. Coleman. Free books will be given to 100 students at each event. There will be a Mexican food truck and a drawing for free groceries! Spanish interpretation will be available.

    7th/8th Grade/Gear Up - Wednesday, February 21, 6 to 7:30 PM

    6th Grade - Thursday, February 22 from 6 to 7:30 PM

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  • Dual Enrollment Information for 8th Graders

    8th grade students and families, please check out this information from the Georgia Department of Education regarding Dual Enrollment. It's purpose is to promote and increase access to postsecondary educational opportunities for Georgia high school students while increasing high school graduation rates, preparing a skilled workforce, and decreasing time and cost to postsecondary credential completion. Read the English DE brochure, or the Spanish DE brochure here. 

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  • teen luresLifelines and Teen Lures Program

    Our LMS 6th-8th grade students will be participating a classroom guidance lesson based on the Lifelines: A Suicide Prevention Program over the next few monthsPlease read the overview information and letter from out counseling department for program details. 

    If you do not wish for your child to participate in this guidance lesson, please submit a signed letter to the school indicating that preference. 

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  • LibraryESOL Night at the Library!

    Families of students in the ESOL Program -

    We would like for you to attend our annual Lilburn Middle School ESOL Night at the Library on Monday, January 8 at 5:30 PM. This will take place at the Lilburn Branch of the Public Library at 4817 Church Street in Lilburn.

    At this event you will learn how to help your child prepare for the upcoming ACCESS ESOL Test and sign up for a free library card which will give you and your child access to many free resources. Also, one family will win a free tablet!

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  • Vision to LearnVision To Learn is Coming to LMS!

    Greetings Parents, LMS scholars have been chosen to receive free vision screening on Monday, Jan. 8, Tuesday, Jan. 9, and Wednesday,  Jan. 10, 2024 by Vision To Learn. Parents, you will receive a hard copy of this OPT-OUT letter (English - Spanish) within the next two weeks, please print the electronic version or wait for a hard copy and complete 'ONLY IF YOU DO NOT' want your child to be screened and return to your child's homeroom  teacher within one or two days. 

    Click here for more information.

    Click here for answers to the most commonly asked questions.

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  • basketballBasketball Fundraisers

    Our basketball teams are currently hosting 2 fundraisers:
    Click here for their Honeybaked Ham fundraiser.
    Click here for their Double-Good Popcorn Fundraiser (which ends on Thanksgiving).

    Go Mustangs!
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  • Newsletter imageFamily Center Newsletters

    Click here for the weekly Family Center Newsletter.

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  • SurveyGeorgia Student Health Survey

    To help improve our schools and those across the state, Gwinnett County Public Schools students in grades 3-12 will participate in the Georgia Student Health Survey (GSHS). The GSHS is an anonymous and statewide survey instrument that covers topics such as school climate and safety, peer, and adult social support, bullying, mental health, substance abuse, and suicidal ideation.

    The Student Survey will be open for students in grades 3-12 via the GCPS Student Portal from November 6 – December 15, 2023.

    Parents may complete the Opt-Out process if they do not wish their student(s) to participate in the survey. Parents may use the Parent Portal (in the Student Information section) to complete this process, or they may send a written request to the schools to opt their student(s) out of this survey. Please note that any parent/guardian wishing to opt his/her student out of the survey should complete the online form or inform the school in writing (English) (Spanish) at least 72 business hours before the school has scheduled the administration of the survey to ensure that the student does not participate. 

    Lilburn Middle School will administer the online survey to students on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.

    Click HERE to learn more about the GSHS survey, to review the GSHS Survey, and to learn about the opt-out process if you do not wish for your student to participate.

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  • Rising 9th MeetingsRising 9th Grade Parent Meetings

    Click here for a larger version of the flyer at left.

    McClure Health Science High School

    Thursday, November 2, 2023
    6:00 pm –7:00 pm
    6:00 pm –Presentation in Theatre
    6:30 pm –School Tours

    Meadowcreek High School
    Thursday, November 9, 2023
    6:00 pm –7:00 pm
    6:00 pm –Presentation in Student Center
    6:30 pm –Academy Tours

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  • Red Ribbon Week: October 23th - 27th - "Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free."

    Red Ribbon Week starts Monday, Oct. 23 through Friday, Oct. 27. Red Ribbon Week highlights the importance of living a drug-free life. It presents an opportunity for parents, educators, and communities to reinforce the drug-free messages they share with their children throughout the year.

    Our theme this year is "Be Kind to Your Mind. Live Drug Free." Students and staff will participate in a variety of activities throughout the week." Check out the 2023 Red Ribbon Week official website for more information about the National Family Partnership initiative. 

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  • Informed with Irish, Tues, Oct 24, 6 PM

    Tune in on Zoom to learn from our principal, Dr. Irish, ways you can help your children be successful at school.

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  • APTTAPTT - Academic Parent-Teacher Teams

    We look forward to these events where families will learn how to use the Parent Portal and also how to use an internet-based program to help their children improve their literacy skills. Free books will be given to 100 students at each event. There will be a Mexican food truck and a drawing for free groceries! Spanish interpretation will be available.

    6th Grade - Thursday, September 21 from 6 to 7:30 PM

    7th Grade/8th Grade/Gear Up - Thursday, September 28 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM.

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  • Title I MeetingAnnual Title I Parent Meeting

    We hope to see you online Thursday, September 14 at 8 AM for our Annual Title I Parent Meeting where you will learn things like:

    • What is Title I?
    • What are our School Goals?
    • Information about our curriculum, testing, and academic support.
    • How to engage with our school and district.
    • How are we spending our Title I Funds.
    • How we communicate with families.

    Check email for the Zoom link.

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  • Logo2023-24 Open House

    Open House for the 2023-24 School Year will be on Friday, July 28 from 10 AM to 1:30 PM according to the following schedule:
    Last Names A-D 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Last Names E-L 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
    Last Names M-Q 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Last Names R-Z 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

    Nuestra Orientación/Open House para el año escolar 2023-24 será el viernes 28 de julio de 10:00 AM a 1:30 PM según el siguiente horario:
    Apellidos A-D 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    Apellidos E-L 10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
    Apellidos M-Q 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Apellidos R-Z 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM  

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  • SEA 2023

    Summer 2023: Support + Enrichment + Achievement

    Check out our 2023 Summer S.E.A. Support + Enrichment + Achievement Wrap-Up Video!

    It's obvious that LMS students and staff know how to have fun while learning!

    Video by Mr. Khan.

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  • Rising 6th MeetingVirtual Rising 6th Grade Parent Meeting, Thursday, April 27, 6 PM

    We’re looking forward to seeing hte parents and guardians of Rising 6th Graders in our Virtual Rising 6th Grade Parent/Guardian Meeting Thursday, April 27 from 6 PM to 7:30 PM.
    During the meeting, you will virtually meet our principal, Dr. Irish, our 6th Grade Assistant Principal Mrs. Carmichael, our 6th Grade Counselor Mrs. Parrish, Parent Instructional Coordinator Mr. Doyne, and several 6th grade teachers. 

    Here are some of the topics that will be discussed:

    • Transitioning to 6th Grade
    • 12 Keys to Middle School Success
    • Technology Access Points for Student Success
    • Counselor’s Corner
    • Yearlong Connections Classes
    • Parent Center
    • Specialty Groups (Special Education, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and Gifted)

    Please log in to help your child have a smooth transition to middle school.

    We will have interpretation in Spanish and probably in Vietnamese as well.

    Check your email or contact the school for the Zoom link.

    Update: Click here for a recording of the meeting.

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  • Title ITitle I Planning Meeting

    Wednesday, April 12, 2023
    11 AM on Zoom

    The recording can be found here.

    The purpose of the Title I Planning Meeting is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education through shared decision making and appropriate use of federal funds ultimately impacting student achievement. Draft documents will be available during school hours on Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18 as well as below.

    The Plan the Promise: English, Spanish

    Local School Plan of Improvement (LSPI) (Summary) (Full Document)

    Budget and Wish List

    After reviewing the recording of the meeting and the documents, please provide your input here for the Local School Title I Program and here for the Gwinnett County Public Schools Title I Program.

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  • SurveySpecial Education Parent Involvement Survey

    Families of students served in the Special Education program, please click here to fill out the annual parent survey to measure parent/family perceptions of parent engagement between home and school.

    Please read the letter below for more information about the survey. The survey will close on May 31, 2023.

    English Spanish

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  • NewsParent and Guardian Newsletter

    Check out the latest news from the Parent Center!

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  • Basketball and Theatre Tickets

    Click the image at the left to access the GoFan website to purchase tickets for basketball games and theatre productions.

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  • MentoringGCPS is Seeking Mentors

    Gwinnett County Public Schools is seeking mentors.  Please view the flyer and apply for this opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students. 

    Click here for the application.

    Click here for the flyer in English.

    Click here for the flyer in Spanish.

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  • URGENT: The Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application deadline is Wednesday, September 14, 2022

    There's Still Time to Fill Out Your Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application. Wednesday, September 14, 2022 is the deadline to submit your Free and Reduced Price Meal Application. As we move into SY23, students will now pay for meals based on their individual student eligibility. Therefore, we strongly encourage parents to complete the Free and Reduced-price Meal Application.



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  • curriculumJoin Us for Curriculum Night

    Join us Tuesday, August 30, 2022 for our 2022 Curriculum Night, Title I Annual Parent Meeting, and PTSA meeting, from 5:15-7:30pm. Hear from your child's teachers about what they will be learning this year, how to best partner with the school to help your child be most successful, and other opportunities extra-curricular activities at LMS. 

    GCPS Family and Community Engagement Plan
    English   Spanish

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  • Robotics Application Now Available!

    Robotics Team applications are now available! If any students have any questions, they should be directed to Ms. Allen in room 2.184. All applications are due by September 9, 2022.

    Click here for the Application link.

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  • bus routesBus route information available

    Click this document for bus route information, so you can determine your child's pick-up location and approximate time.

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  • AKSGEMS Oversight Committee

    GCPS is accepting applications for the GEMS Oversight Committee, a group of community and school system representatives charged with the annual review of the Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) standards. Complete the application by Aug. 12: by clicking this link.

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  • PARENTS: Please be sure to visit MyPaymentsPlus and the School Lunch Apps

    My payments plus  School lunch app

    During Open House on Friday, all parents will be asked to complete a free and reduced lunch application for your child(ren) (you can list all of them on one form). You will also be asked to register for myPayments plus, where you can digitally sign school forms, add lunch money, and pay for various events.

    You are encouraged to complete these 2 items before coming to Open House, to save time on Friday. Please click on the pictures or the links above to access the websites.

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  • mark your calendarBack to School Events are Happening!

    Summer is almost over, and we are excited about beginning the new school year with our students! A lot is happening between now and the first day of school, August 3rd. Please take a moment to look at the Back-to-School flyer for important dates. Click here for Spanish

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    Credits8th Grade Carnegie Unit Application Instructions

    Families of 8th Graders, please review this important information about Carnegie Units.

    Click here for more information.

    Instructions for a Desktop Computer:
    Instructions for an iPad


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  • Bus DriversGCPS Is Hiring Bilingual Bus Drivers and Monitors

    Drive Your Career Forward with TEAMGCPS! Recruiters will be on-site Monday May 2nd from 3pm to 6pm at Meadowcreek HS. Come by to learn more about how you can join TEAMGCPS as a Bus Driver and enjoy great pay, outstanding benefits, and a schedule that fits your busy lifestyle. We are also hiring retirees who want to work part-time or on-call as a substitute driver. Hope to see you there!

    Click below for more information.

    English Spanish

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  • basketballIntramurals are Back!

    Do you enjoy playing basketball? If so, basketball intramurals is BACK! Basketball Intramurals is free and available to ALL STUDENTS at Lilburn MS--girls and boys. We work on skills and play basketball games against each other at every practice. Come join us every Tuesday after school, provided you have a ride to pick you up at 5:30pm. 


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  • LMS Robotics

    Robotics Team applications are now available below. If any students have any questions, contact Ms.Allen in room 2.184.  All applications are due by September 9, 2021. 

    Click here for the Application Link

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  • Food Lunch for Digital Students for 2021-22

    LMS Lunch Distribution

    Lilburn Middle School’s lunch distribution for digital students will be from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM at the cafeteria entrance by the bus loop. 

     Distribución de Almuerzos LMS

    La distribución de almuerzos de la escuela secundaria Lilburn para 2021-2022 será de 12:30 pm a 1:30 pm. Los almuerzos se distribuirán en la entrada de la cafetería junto al circuito de autobuses de LMS.

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  • Read to Lead...Live!

    Stacey Abrams will speak directly to students on the season finale of Read to Lead: Live!

    Participated in this school year’s last student-centered Read to Lead: Live! webinar featuring author and political leader, Stacey Abrams.

    On June 4th at 1:00 PM EST, we’re excited to share that Stacey Abrams will share her story and journey to becoming the most voted Democrat in the State of Georgia’s history when she ran for Governor, and authoring books that are on the New York Times bestseller list with students from all over the country.

    Register Here

    Can't attend in person? Register anyway at https://readtolead.org/ (scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Read to Lead: Live!), and you'll receive an emailed recording after the live session.

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  • Summer Food Resources and Assistance

    Gwinnett County Public Schools: Information regarding meals during summer school and the K-8 Summer Enrichment and Acceleration program will be communicated with participating families. However, all GCPS families can take advantage of the curbside pickup service for children ages 18 and younger. The meals—both breakfast and lunch—will be provided at 27 middle schools from June 14 to July 2 between 11 a.m. to noon on weekdays. (All middle schools will participate except Five Forks MS and Jones MS, which are undergoing construction.)

    Gwinnett County Community Services is offering free grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches at 25 locations. Curbside pick-up of nutritious meals is for 18 years or younger or those 19 years of age or older with a physical or mental impairment. Click here for a list of county locations and additional information

    Gwinnett Cares is another resource for families seeking food resources and assistance this summer, available at https://gwinnettcares.org/need-help/individual/food/.

    Families also can find food resources and help with housing and utilities through United Way’s 2-1-1 Contact Center. Learn more at https://www.unitedwayatlanta.org/need-help/.

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  • Summer S.T.E.M. Academy for Rising 6th - 8th Grade Girls

    Girls an participate in a week long virtual and live live all-girls STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) academy focused on STEM and natural resource conservation. Click HERE for more detailed information


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  • SEASummer Enrichment + Acceleration

    The deadline to register your 6th or 7th grade child for the Summer Enrichment + Acceleration (SEA) Program is this Sunday, May 9 at 11:59 PM.

    The registration link was sent by email on Wednesday and is also available on eCLASS.

    Read more about SEA here: https://www.gcpsk12.org/sea
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  • Football & Cheerleading 2021 Football and Cheerleading Registration

    Bryson Park "Warriors" Youth Athletic Association, in partnership with Gwinnett County Parks & Recreation, are now registering for 2021 Football and Cheerleading every Saturday. Follow this link for further information on the times and cost of these activities

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  • Teen Lures Teen Lures Prevention Program(TM) for 6th/7th/8th graders

    We all share a common goal for our children to be safe and protected. Teen Lures Guidance will be taught to 6th-8th graders by their grade level counselor. Please click HERE to read [English or Spanish] to read the letter explaining the Teen Lure (TM) Prevention Program--an age-appropriate sexual abuse, and assault-awareness and prevention program facilitated by our school counselors each year. 

    If you do not wish for your student to participate, please send in a signed note to your child's teacher or counselor indicating your preference. 

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  • school supplies 2020-21 Updated School Supply List

    As we prepare to welcome our 7th graders back into the building tomorrow, and 8th grade students next week, we want to make sure all students--both face-to-face and virtual, have all the necessary supplies for school to be as prepared and productive as possible. Please click on the link here to see the updated school supply list for this school year.  Click here for the list in Spanish.


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  • Informed Informed with Irish

    LMS BACK TO SCHOOL Q & A August 10, 2020 at 6:00PM We will share information through a Zoom meeting Come and join us to hear important Information & ask questions Check your email for more information about how to join in!

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  • digital learning Are You Prepared for Digital Learning?

    We need to hear from you by Friday, August 7th. Please complete the form below to let us know your access to digital devices and technology. This will allow us to support you during the digital learning period. Please complete one of these forms for each student that you have attending Lilburn Middle School.

    Device for Digital Learning - Survey

    Device Pick-Up Times:

    Monday, August 3: 2 PM to 4 PM.
    Tuesday, August 4: 2 PM to 4 PM.
    Wednesday, August 5: 9 AM to 11 AM and 2 PM to 4 PM.
    Thursday, August 6: 9 AM to 11 AM and 2 PM to 4 PM.
    Friday, August 7: 9 AM to 11 AM and 2 PM to 4 PM.

    Click here for information about Chromebooks:  English   Spanish
    Click here for information about Internet hotspots:  English   Spanish
    Contact 770-921-1776 with questions or concerns about devices.
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  • Computer Digital Learning Guide

    Click Here for the Digital Learning Guide in English

    Haga clic aquí para obtener la guía de aprendizaje digital en español

    The schedule for students in our English Learner Academies and Gear Up program will be shared separately.

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  • New Principal, Dr. Nicole Irish, Shares Her Welcome Message

     Lilburn Middle School welcomes our new principal, Dr. Nicole Irish, to the Mustangs family! Please click here to read the Principal's Welcome Message from Dr. Irish. You can also click the image above to watch her welcome video.

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  • Immunizations for Rising 7th Graders


    Please view this letter if you have a child who will be in the 7th Grade for the 2020-21 School Year.



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  • Community New lists of resources for families

    Our School Social Worker has recently shared these extensive lists of resources for families in need.

    Critical Needs

    More resources

    Resources for Seniors

    More resources can be found by clicking the LMS Counselors' page here.

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  • Tutor.com Now Offering FREE Tutoring Online Through Gwinnett Co Public Liibrary

    tutor picture Beginning today 4/6/2020, the Gwinnett County Public Library is partnering with the school district to provide online tutoring support to Gwinnett students through Tutor.com

    Click HERE for more information. 


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  • children jumping for joy Parent and Adolescent Workshop - 6 Keys to Understanding and Raising a Teenager

    In English:  Wednesday, Feb 27th 6-7pm, Lilburn MS Media Center
    Parenting Workshop Flyer-English

    en Espanol:  Thursday, Feb 28th  6-7pm, Lilburn MS Media Center
    Parenting Workshop Flyer-en Espanol

    Knowing how to understand teenagers reinforces family relationships. Many parents go through difficult situations when raising their adolescents. This conference is going to provide some tips to understand and manage their children.

    Contact Mike Doyne in the Parent Center (404) 683-3445 with any questions.

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  • support lilburn middle Support Lilburn MS While You Shop

    Did you know there were many easy ways to support Lilburn Middle School? Help support LMS by shopping for the same products and using the mercharts you already visit:

    If you have other fundraising ideas, please let us know!

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