There is no school on Monday, September 28th. School resumes Tuesday, September 29th with ODD day schedule.
Our Las Virgenes Unified Technology Support Team has assembled a range or resources to support our K-12 families. Please visit https://sites.google.com/lvusd.org/lvusdonline/home for the Distance Learning resource website that is being continuously updated.
Congratulations to all of our culminating 8th grade students! We hope that you enjoy the below culmination video and wish you all the best for your academic future! Please note: you can only access the video with an LVUSD student or staff email account.
Dear LVUSD Families, I hope that this message finds you doing well as we prepare for significant changes in our daily lives. Maintaining some sense of community is going to become critically important in the days and weeks ahead for all of our wellbeing. The entire LVUSD team is hard at work creating plans and resources for your children and you. We’ll have much more information in the coming days. Our team wanted to offer the following recommendations as we start the week:
Dear Families, Thank you for your continued patience, flexibility, and kindness as we enter this uncharted territory together. After extensive conversations with the Board of Education and state and local health officials during the past 24 hours, we have made the decision, out of an abundance of caution, and concern for the health and well-being of our students, staff, and our entire broader community, to close our school facilities for a minimum of two weeks beginning Monday, March 16 and lasting through through March 27th.
Dear Parents, As I shared in my communication yesterday, the Board of Education and I, along with the entire district leadership, are actively monitoring the fluid nature of the coronavirus outbreak across the United States and more specifically here in California. While there are no active cases of COVID-19 in LVUSD, we want to do our part in limiting contact and stopping the spread of the virus in the coming days.
Our District participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. You may not even realize your child may be eligible for Free or Reduced Lunch. The application and status are completely confidential. Filling out the application online will not only provide nutrition services to your student(s), but help the District comply with state regulations. A new application must be completed every year. To see if you
Lindero Canyon Middle School will provide a safe and nurturing environment where all students, teachers, and staff are respected, encouraged to do their best, recognized for their achievements and given the support to succeed.
Las Virgenes Unified School District is committed to student safety and well being.
There is no longer an Attendance Hotline/Extension.
Please email LCMSattendance@lvusd.org to report or verify a full day absence. Include your name, relationship to student, student name, date of absence(s) and the reason for the absence. Partial day absences do not need to be reported by email.
5844 Larboard Lane
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Lindero Canyon Middle School is nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in the city of Agoura Hills, California. LCMS is one of three middle schools in the Las Virgenes Unified School District. Established in 1970, we currently have a staff of 91 serving a student body of approximately 1,015 students in grades six through eight.
Enrollment process and required forms - CLICK HERE
LCMS SCHOOL TOURS
Considering Lindero Canyon Middle School for your child? All tours are conducted by our Principal, Mr. Eric Anhalt, and are approximately 1 1/2 hours in length. Please follow the below link to submit your name and contact information along with your chosen tour date. Thank you!