Principal's Message

Dear Lammersville Families,


It is wonderful to be back at school even with all the fog, rain, and cold.  This month we are focusing on the Character Counts trait of Fairness and families may reinforce this by asking students to explain different examples of what fairness may look like at school, home, while playing sports and more.  I look forward to recognizing students at our next Character Counts Award Assembly on Friday, January 31st.


Our basketball teams are off to a great start this season. They have all been working hard. We have been invited to play at half time during the Mountain House High School Basketball game. Below are the dates and times. We would love to see all the Lammersville Families at the High School cheering on our teams and the Mountain House Mustangs:


5/6 Boys-January 22-6:00 PM

7/8 Boys-January 22-7:30 PM

5/6 Girls-February 13-6:00 PM

7/8 Girls-February 13-7:30 PM


We are thrilled to have the opportunity for our ASB students to attend a Leadership Day at Mountain House High School on January 16th . They will be exposed to curriculum centered around effective communication, cultural competencies, connecting to others, individualism vs collectivism, expanding leadership base, perseverance, and courage to become the best version of themselves. This will be a great way for our leaders to meet other change agents in their area and create a networking system, so they will be inspired to continue leadership throughout their school career and continue making a difference on our campus along the way.


Our eighth graders will also have a chance to experience Mountain House High School on January 21st. This is a day where our students will be able to preview the school and learn about the day in the life of a Mountain House Mustang. The students will be exposed to the different pathways the High School has to offer to get a better understanding of what is in their future.


Please make sure that when you are dropping off your student either park or enter the drop off line. I have seen students being released on the main street and walking across the parking lot, which is not safe. We have also had an increase in students with skateboards. Please do not allow your child to bring their skateboard to school unless it is needed as a form of transportation to and from school.



Take care,


Jennifer Duran