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Congratulations to your La Loma Track and Field Team
Congratulations to your La Loma Track and Field team for an outstanding performance at the 70th Harold Pope Cal-Junior Relays. The Lancer Track team finished 5th place overall out of 22 participating schools. This was highlighted by a third place in both the seventh grade boys and eighth grade girls divisions. Coaches Ollar, Wagner, and Harrington would like to thank all participating student-athletes for a successful Track and Field Season. Lancers Rock!team for an outstanding performance at the 70th Harold Pope Cal-Junior Relays. The Lancer Track team finished 5th place overall out of 22 participating schools. This was highlighted by a third place in both the seventh grade boys and eighth grade girls divisions. Coaches Ollar, Wagner, and Harrington would like to thank all participating student-athletes for a successful Track and Field Season. Lancers Rock!
La Loma had 175 students with excellent attendance (99% or better) this year. As a reward, students were able to go on an adventure to Laser Quest. Students had fun and learned a little about reflection, refraction, and the visible spectrum. Great job students and parents!
Congratulations to the Academic Pentathlon team!
La Loma's Academic Pentathlon team (8 kids!) competed Saturday, April 29 and took home 12 medals. Caleb Reyneveld, Mason Neumann, Sofia Johnson, Alyssa Smith, and Amaris Murphy won for Speech, Essay, Literature, Social Science, science, and math! Mason Neuman won a special award for being our team's high point winner! Our little team took 7th place overall out of 12 teams. Pretty awesome for being the smallest team there! Thank you to all the teachers and special shout outs to Mrs. McClure, Mr. Dempsey, Mrs. Sousa, Mr. Michelena, Mr. Adams, Mr. Ollar, and Noel Marcelino! We couldn't have done it without you!
23 students successfully made the transition from English Learner (EL) to English Proficient. This is more than La Loma has ever had before and was due to lots of hard work by students, and teachers. These students will be honored during a ceremony at the district office on Monday, May 8th, at 6:30 pm. Join with us as we congratulate everyone who worked so hard to make this happen!
Congratulations to the La Loma track team!
La Loma’sTrack and Field team took third place overall out of eighteen teams on Friday night, April 7, at the Ross Invitationa in Turlockl. Third Place! Our eighth grade girls took third in their division and our seventh grade boys took second place in theirs. We had many student athletes medal in various events, including some first place finishes. The kids had a great time and were competing and supporting one another.
Congratulations, Mr. Nelson!
Mr. Nelson was chosen as a Teacher of the Year by Love Modesto for his life-saving CPR efforts.
La Loma Chorus visits Disneyland
La Loma Science Olympiad Team takes home 44 medals and qualifies for State!
posted Mar 5, 2017, 9:40 PM by Lee Ollar [ updated Mar 6, 2017, 10:24 AM ]
Congratulations to all of our La Loma Science Olympiad participants for taking home 44 medals and finishing 3rd and 8th place out of 18 teams at Regional Science Olympiad Tournament on March 4! La Loma finished in the top 10 in 22 out of the 23 events and placed in the top 5 in 17 of the 23 events. By having a team finish 3rd, La Loma also qualifies to send a team to the State Science Olympiad Tournament on April 1st! Nice job Lancers! This is our 5th year in a row to qualify for the state tournament but this is our highest medal total, most Top 10's, and most Top 5's to date! PRIDE!! Thank you to all who helped out on Saturday and a BIG THANK YOU to Mr. Guptill, Mrs. Marcelino, Mr. Harrington and Mrs. Pitcock! La Loma teachers ROCK!! Special thanks to ASES, La Loma PTA and the La Loma administration for your support of La Loma academic competitions!
Congratulations to Gabriel Castro and Berkeley Roberts who we were La Loma’s nominees for the MCS Eddie Character Education Awards.
Modesto goes Futuristic!!
Congratulations to the La Loma Future City team for winning the People's Choice Award and the Best Open Design Concept at last weekend's Nor Cal State Tournament. The team did AWESOME and ended up placing 3rd overall out of 30+ teams. PRIDE!
All of the Future City students worked super hard this year on researching, adopting, and integrating ideas regarding how they could make Modesto a better place to live and in particular, how they could improve Modesto's public spaces. They came up with a detailed plan to divert the Tuolumne River, store and circulate water within a whitewater channel, and provide for increased recreation with a giant indoor water park. Way to go Lancers!
Congratulations to the Future City Team!
Congratulations to the La Loma Future City Team for placing 2nd in the January 7th competition at the
Stanislaus County Office of Education. The team did awesome and presented the classes model and presentation for futuristic additions to the Modesto park system. The students in the Future City class have been working hard all semester learning about Modesto's infrastructure and participating in local river cleanups and riparian restoration projects around the Tuolumne River. Special thanks to Mrs. Marcelino and Mrs. McDonald for your support and a big shout out to the La Loma PTA, La Loma ASES and the District Office for your continued support of academic competitions!
La Loma Students Compete in the Stanislaus County Spelling Bee
Congratulations to Yesenia Cardenas, who earned a silver medal in the Stanislaus County Spelling Bee on Dec. 6, 2016. Congratulations also to Logan Redfern, who earned a gold medal. Nice job, Lancers!
Green Machine Does It Again!!
Congratulations to the La Loma Green Machine Robotics Team for winning the Champion's Award at this year's Iron Patriot Fest! This is the second year in a row that La Loma has won the overall 1st place award and the team has now qualified to move on to the Nor Cal State Finals in Sacramento this coming January. Way to go Green Machine!! The Green Machine also won the much coveted Robot Performance Award for scoring the most points during the robotic competition portion. La Loma was the only team to score 100 points or over, and did so on each of their three sessions with a high score of 125 coming in the final session.