Building Recognition Ladue Middle School

More than Half of LMS Students Receive Outstanding Citizenship Awards

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On May 8, 2015, Ladue Middle School (LMS) recognized 565 students, the largest number compared to previous years, with the Outstanding in Citizenship Award. Additionally, 108 of those eighth-graders have been recognized all three years.

During the first three quarters of the 2014-15 school year, students were recognized for the following accomplishments:

  • Earned twelve or more “Outstanding” citizenship grades
  • Demonstrated consistent high levels of productivity, politeness and positive attitude
  • Had no in-school or out-of-school suspensions

Jody Rozbicki, Reading Support Teacher at LMS, calls the Outstanding in Citizenship Award a wonderful program that builds character in students. “We believe this is the result of the intense focus we place upon character education in our school.”

The following individual class achievements are listed below:

  • 8th Grade, 217 students, 60% out of 360
  • 7th Grade, 156 students, 51% of 307
  • 6th Grade, 192 students, 57 % of 338

This gives the LMS community an overall average of 56%.

In 2014, Ladue Middle School was recognized as a National School of Character and a Missouri State Character School in 2013.