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Curriculum


Virtual Elective Fair

Please see our 2021 Registration Night Electives for information about parent and support organizations as well as each elective option by grade. Please take some time to view the videos created for each class your child may be interested in taking next year.

Curriculum Handbooks

The following handbooks present an overview of the main components of the Ladue Middle School program to assist you in selecting courses. Before you make your selections, please read the handbook carefully. Counselors are available to help you make choices that will best meet your needs. Ladue Middle School offers a wide variety of courses and activities. The effectiveness of our programs at Ladue Middle School is monitored and adjusted on a continuing basis and changes are made as data indicate the need. Our staff is committed to improving each student’s personal performance and academic growth. We hope that your days spent at Ladue Middle School are rewarding. We look forward to working with you to make the most of our time together.

Curriculum Handbook 2021-2022

Registration

For registration, please see the LMS Course Registration 2021-2022 page.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact Addie Larson for an appointment.

Math Placement

Please review this document regarding Math Placement at LMS. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Sarah Schwartz, Assistant Principal and liaison to the math department, at saschwartz@ladueschools.net.

Click here for the Algebra Placement Review Form. This form closes on May 15 at 11:59pm.

Math Acceleration

Please review this document regarding Math Acceleration at LMS. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Sarah Schwartz, Assistant Principal and liaison to the math department, at saschwartz@ladueschools.net.

Summer Math Packets

Just like continued reading is important, it is imperative for students to keep exploring numbers and thinking about mathematics. According to research from the Johns Hopkins Center for Summer Learning, on average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of grade level equivalency in mathematical skills over the summer months! Students need to continue to “do math” over th summer to help reinforce and maintain the skills they have learned. Please read the LMS Summer Math Practice Letter and find the practice packets below.

Here are the Summer Math Packets for students entering sixth, seventh, and eighth grade this fall.

Students Entering 6th Grade Summer Math Packet
Students Entering 6th Grade Summer Math Packet Key

Students Entering 7th Grade Summer Math Packet
Students Entering 7th Grade Summer Math Packet Key

Students Entering 8th Grade Summer Math Packet
Students Entering 8th Grade Summer Math Packet Key


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