Whether it’s your first year or 13th year at LM, we’re excited to have everyone together soon for the 2022-23 school year! We’re eagerly anticipating showing you the newly renovated spaces and welcoming you into your new classrooms. While you prepare for returning to school this year, here are the Back-to-School resources to help ready you for the year. See you soon!
August 18 – Back-to-School Orientation & Dedication NighT
Join us to visit your classroom, meet teachers, drop off supplies, and for family meetings. Come together for a prayer and blessing of student backpacks for the newly unified campus and students as we enter the new 2022-23 school year. Students, bring your backpacks to the family meetings!
- 5:30-6:00pm: Elementary students can visit classrooms, meet teachers, and drop off supplies 6:00pm: Elementary Family Meeting (PreK – 4th) in the Fine Arts Center auditorium
- 6-6:45pm: Middle & High School students can walk through their schedules, see new spaces, and meet teachers
- 6:45pm: Dedication & Blessing of Backpacks students and families, PreK–12th grade, Fine Arts Center auditorium
7:00pm: Middle and High School Family Meeting (5th-12th) in Fine Arts Center auditorium
- After the Dedication and family meetings, ice cream will be available!
Deposits on lunch accounts may be made in the cafeteria throughout the evening by cash or check. Credit card payments can only be made online through SchoolCafe.
Free LM T-shirt for students and staff!
Elementary Back-to-School Resources
Middle School Back-to-School Resources
Middle School Handbook updated as of 8/2022, please be sure to review changes to student arrival procedure.
High School Back-to-School Resources
Supplies: High school students have the freedom to choose school supplies that work well for them. If a teacher has a specific request for a certain class, students will find out the first day of school with the course syllabus.
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
Lancaster Mennonite is committed to providing online learning resources. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) is a federal law that requires parental notification and consent for student use of
school approved online resources for instructional purposes. The law applies to students under 13 years of age. The law permits schools to act as the parent’s agent and can consent to the collection of student