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School Hours: 7:25 a.m. - 2:20 p.m.
Half-Day Early Dismissal: 10:25 a.m.
Wednesday Late Start: 9:05 a.m.


Important Dates

blue star bullet May 10 - New 6th Grade Parent Night

blue star bullet May 27 - Emergency Make-Up Day

blue star bullet May 30 - No School, Memorial Day

blue star bullet May 31 - No School, Teacher Training Day


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Principal: Toby Udager
Assistant Principal: Amy Montgomery

5909 Myers Rd. E.
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
(253) 891-5100
Attendance (253) 891-5110
Fax (253) 891-5145


Attendance Waiver Applications
Lakeridge Middle School is no longer accepting attendance waiver applications for the 2016-17 School Year due to high student enrollment.  Attendance waiver applications are considered on a first-come, first-served basis and are based on the following criteria: Building Capacity, Academic Performance, Attendance Record, Discipline Record, and student’s programs of interest as identified on the attendance waiver application.

For questions, please refer to the District Website or contact District Administration at (253) 891-6084.

new Secondary Students to receive their own Chromebooks this Fall
Beginning in the 2016-17 School Year, all middle and high school students in the Sumner School District will be assigned a Chromebook for instructional purposes to use at school and home.  Like a textbook, the device will be checked out to students at the beginning of the school year.  Students will be given an orientation on the device and expectations for use at school and at home.  

The Sumner School District views the use of electronic resources as central to the delivery of its educational program and expects that all students will use electronic resources as an essential part of their learning experiences.  An effective public education system develops students who are globally aware, engaged, and capable of managing their lives and careers. Students need to be proficient and safe users of information, media, and technology to succeed in a digital world. Therefore, the District will use electronic resources accessed on Chromebooks as a powerful and compelling means for students to learn core subjects and applied skills in relevant and rigorous ways.  The use of Chromebooks at home and at school will enable educators and students to access digital curriculum, communicate, collaborate and create; to think and solve problems; to manage their work; and to take ownership of their lives.  

Future details will include communication on distribution, safety, assurance and guidelines for use.  Administration is working in partnership with schools to finalize details and implementation plans.

Look for more information on the District Website about this exciting initiative!  Funding for the initiative came from the 2014 voter-approved Technology Levy. 

College Bound Scholarships for 7th and 8th Grade Students
The College Bound Scholarship is a financial aid program for 7th and 8th grade students who are eligible to participate. It is designed to inspire students to begin making their college and career plans without worrying about the cost of attending college.

Eligible students sign a pledge promising to graduate from high school, maintain a 2.0 GPA and be good citizens. In exchange, the state of Washington will pay for their college tuition and books - for up to four years or until the student earns a bachelor's degree. This four-year scholarship covers the cost of college tuition, fees, and a $500 stipend for books for low-income students who sign a pledge in 7th or 8th grade, promising to graduate from high school and demonstrate good citizenship.

The College Bound Scholarship provides hope and incentive for students and families who otherwise might not consider college as an option because of its cost.

Students may apply for the College Bound Scholarship if they meet one of the following criteria:

  • Are eligible to receive free and reduced-price lunch
  • Receive TANF benefits
  • Are a foster youth
  • Meet the income standards

Deadline to apply is June 30 of the student’s 8th grade year. This year's 7th graders are also advised to sign-up this year, but have until the end of their 8th grade year to complete the enrollment process. Students are encouraged to apply online at Paper applications are also available at all middle school offices in the Sumner School District.  For more information, please contact your School Counselor or College Bound staff by email or phone 1-888-352-0747.

Athletic Clearances
All athletic clearance needs to be completed online by using the following FamilyID link.

If my child was cleared for a sport this school year, do I still need to complete an athletic clearance online?
Yes. However, it will take you considerably less time than the first time. You will still need to click on the “2016 Second Winter Athletic Registration” link on the FamilyID site. However in the participant information section, a box reads 'add participant below or click to select'. You can click in this box and should see any students you have registered in the past as options. Then click your child's name and the entire form will fill in. Then all you will have to do is select their sport and sign those sports specific agreements. Then you just need to make sure all fees are paid at the school. FamilyID is for registration only, no fees are collected by them online.

I have not registered before. How do I register my child?
Make sure you have a current physical completed and signed by your doctor.  You will be able to upload a copy to FamilyID or send the copy you have to school with your son or daughter to give to Mr. Luhring, our Athletic Coordinator.  If you already have a physical on file at LMS with Mr. Luhring he will enter the information once you have completed the registration form online.

What are the fees for sports and how do I pay?
To make payments for the athletic fee you can do the following:  pay at the LMS office or go to the following link to pay online


Regular Fee

Reduced Lunch Fee

Free Lunch Fee

6th Grade Athletic Participation Fee, per season




6th Grade Athletic Participation Fee, full year




7-8 Athletic Participation Fee, per season




7-8 Athletic Participation Fee, full year




(Principal Update sent April 22, 2016, via school messages)

Dear Lakeridge Family:

In the coming weeks, your child will take the Smarter Balanced tests in math and English language arts. Students in grade 8 will also take the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) in science. This is the second year our state will administer the Smarter Balanced tests. The results from these tests will give a more accurate picture of whether students are on track to be ready for college or career after high school than our state’s previous tests.

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