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2017-2018 (Dates are subject to change)


Meet the Teacher August 4  (3:30-5:30)

First day of School- August 8

Labor Day School Closed- September 4

Fall Book Fair- September 5-11

Grandparent's Day

(PreK-2) September 7

(3-5) September 8

(Yes there are two Granparent's Day this year)

Pumpkin Character Contest October 24

Veteran's Day Program- November 9

Veteran's Day School Closed- November 10

Annual Food Drive October 10- November 13

Thanksgiving Break- 20-24

Christmas Break- December 18- January 1

2nd Semester Begins- January 2

MLK Day- January 15

Weather Day- February 19

Dr. Seuss BD/Read Across America March 2

Spring Book Fair March 5-8 (Four Days Only)

Art Show March 6 (6pm)

Spring Break- March 26- 30

Last Day to Check Out Books- May 4

All books and Materials Returned to LMC- May 11

Library Closes- May 18

Last Day For Students- May 24

Last Day For Teachers- May 25

Last Day For LMS June 4



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       Quinnie Boyd’s teacher, Ms. Stillford, has gone missing and Quinnie is convinced it’s a kidnapping. Mom is Maiden Rock’s town sheriff (and the postal worker and the realtor — it’s that kind of small town) and quite possibly the more reasonable of the two of them. Mom’s pretty sure Ms. Stillford left of her own volition, even th

ough she doesn’t yet have an explanation for it. But Quinnie’s just not so sure. Breaking in to Ms. Stillford’s place in search of answers is just the beginning of this delightful middle grade whodunit. Has Ms. Stillford skipped out of town? Or could she be just under their nose? And if so, who nabbed her? Other Quinnie Boyd mysteries are Vampires On The Run and A Side Of Sabbotage.


Michael Shoulders

I was born two minutes before my twin sister, Patricia, on August 19, 1954. We spent our childhood traveling as an army family. My dad's military assignments took us to Fort Knox, KY, Fort Chaffee, AR, two visits to Germany, and Fort Campbell, KY! I graduated from Northwest High School in Clarksville, Tennessee, in 1972. 

I attended Austin Peay State University and received an education degree in 1976. I married my wife Debbie in 1974. We have three children: Jason, Ryan and Meghann. We have four grands: Hannah, Jonas a.k.a. “J.J.,” Madeline, and Seven.

I have immersed myself in the field of education since the age of twenty-one. As a Federal Programs Supervisor for Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools in Tennessee, I provided assistance to all 30 schools before retiring in 2005. Today, I visit schools across the U.S. and Europe, provide inservice training to teachers on literacy issues and discipline, and I write!

I attended the Governor's Academy for Teachers of Writing in 1995. I was bitten by the writing bug and have written for publication ever since.

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