News & Announcements

Classes to Resume on 11/17/22

Classes ⁦at West Lauderdale Middle School will resume on a regular schedule tomorrow (11/17). Click on the attached link to hear a message from Principal Boothe regarding Wednesday's early dismissal.

Early Dismissal Today (11/16/22)

At 8:09 this morning our staff was alerted to smoke in a 5th-grade building. All students and staff were immediately evacuated to a safe area. All are safe. Emergency responders were on the scene and controlled the source of the smoke. Out of an abundance of caution, we will dismiss normally at 10:30 AM. Car drivers and buses will run.

Hocus Pocus Lab!

Our fifth graders recently learned just how fun science can be. Click on the attached link to enjoy highlights from the “Hocus Pocus” Lab.

National Principals' Month

It's National Principals' Month, and we want to thank our administrators for doing an outstanding job of helping our school reach the next level. Click on the attached link to see how Piggly Wiggly of Collinsville is honoring our principals.

"A" Day Celebration Fun!

It was truly a fun Friday in The Kingdom as faculty and students participated in entertaining activities galore. Click on the attached link to enjoy some highlights.

WLMS: Meet the Knights

The kickoff of football season is almost here, and it’s the perfect time to meet members of our talented teams. Click on the attached link to enjoy highlights from Meet the Knights.

New Year Preps

Good things are happening in The Kingdom. Click on the attached link to learn more on how we have prepared for the new school year.

Registration Deadline: Monday, July 25th

Don't forget! Monday, July 25 at noon is the deadline to register for the new school year. Anyone who misses the deadline will have to wait until August 8 to start classes. Click on the attached link for more details.

LCSD Reality Fair

Our 8th graders are learning the basics about money matters. We want to thank local credit unions for once again sponsoring the LCSD Reality Fair. Click on the attached link to hear what some of our students learned from the experience.
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