Enrichment

ACADEMIC PENTATHLON 2018

Congratulations to the following 8th grade Mariners who competed and won the following medals in the 2018 Orange County Academic Pentathlon.

Varsity

Arian Salehzadeh - 4th place, Language Arts & Literature

Sage Sentongo - 4th place, History

Scholastic

Brandon Kuromoto

Ananya Sampat - 4th place, Science - 3rd place, Fine Arts - 2nd place, History - 1st place, Math - 3rd place Individual Overall

Lauren Tsai - 4th place, History - 3rd place, Math

Honors

Tyler Kim - 4th place, History - 2nd place, Fine Arts - 2nd place, Math - 4th place, Individual Overall

Iris Shen - 2nd place, Science - 1st place, Fine Arts - 1st place, History

Colin Sueyoshi - 3rd place, History - 2nd place, Language Arts & Literature - 2nd place, Science - 1st place, Math - 2nd place Individual Overall

Alternate - Nat Cannon

Our amazing team 3rd place in Super Quiz and 3rd place Overall!

Pentathlon students

 

Pentathlon students

Congratulations to the following 8th grade Mariners who competed and won the following medals in the 2018 Orange County Academic Pentathlon.

AMC MATH

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ASTOUNDING INVENTIONS

Astounding Inventions 2017

Thanks to the following students who participated in the Astounding Inventions competition on Saturday, January 28, at Irvine Valley College:

Allyson Garcia, Leisa Komoyo, Monica Pal, York Tang

Congratulations on Their Acheivement!

Monica Pal 1st Place Division Winner
York Tang 1st Place Division Winner
Allyson Garcia 2nd Place
Leisa Komoyo 2nd Place

    
 

York Tang Competition at IVC Leisa Komoyo - 2nd place
York Tang - 1st place Division Winner The Competition @IVC Leisa Komoyo - 2nd Place

 

ATHLETICS

Athletics Irvine Junior Games Info

Register online at www.irvinejuniorgames.com

Please see Coach Singhi or Coach Glasgow for more information.

BOOK CLUB

Lakeside Middle School Book Club 2017-2018

Book Madness: A Tournament of Books

Book Madness has arrived at Lakeside Middle School!!! A Tournament of Books is a battle royal of books, an epic rumble of reads from the Sweet Sixteen to the final book. We will award one 2018 Book of the Year. What book will be the last one standing?

 

What Is A Tournament Of Books?

The Tournament of Books is a reading program designed to get children excited about books and encourage students to read high-interest Young Adult literature. Book Club foremost is a place for students to talk about books with other students and to have a good time. The Tournament of Books is set up in a bracket format where books are matched up against each other and students vote for the winner. Books will compete in a single elimination until we crown The Book of the Year 2017.

 

How Do I Participate In Book Club?

In order to participate you must have read both books in its entirety that are matched up against each other and attend the Book Club meeting to vote. You can sign up in the Library Media Center a couple of weeks before the actual Book Club meeting. To sign up for Book Club students must have read the two books that are facing off, students are required to take an AR test with a passing percentile from booth books before the Book Club meeting. You must give both of your AR printout results to Mr. Fatzaun or Mrs. Hibbard before the Book Club meeting. In return for your AR printouts students will receive their "ticket" admission for the Book Club meeting. Meetings are held throughout the year during lunch. Pay attention to announcements and dates.

 

Do I Have to Sign Up For Every Meeting In Order To Attend Book Club?

Students have to sign up for the meetings that they want to attend and participate in. Students can participate as often or as little as they want. You can sign up for all Book Club meetings, only half of the Book Club meetings, or only a couple. Book Club is designed so students can participate as often or as little as they want.

 

How Can I Get a Copy Of The Books?

Limited copies of the books are available in the library for one-week check-out. We want to give as many students possible the opportunity to read the books. Be sure to get your copy early, and to take some notes. If it takes you longer than one week, you may want to purchase the book through the library (see Mr. Fatzaun) or a neighborhood bookseller or even better visit the Orange County Public Library (Heritage Park Library / University Park Library), it is FREE!!!!!!!! Also, visit IUSD Overdrive eBook collection.

Do not wait to the last second to read the books and take the AR test and get your tickets to attend Book Club.

 

How Do I Become a Book Club Leader or If You Have Any Questions About Book Club?

You can find Mr. Fatzaun in the Library Media Center or Mr. Singhi in room 220.

COLLEGE & CAREER EXPLORATION 2018-2019

Welcome to ACEs! Here you will find all the handouts needed to complete your ACEs. Please print out the ACEs handout (choose correct handout for your grade level). Once you do that, you can decide which activities you would like to complete. Be sure to complete activities only for your grade level! Copies are also available in the Media Center. See Mrs. Barro or Mrs. Villalobos if you have any questions!

 

ACEs Checklist

12 Tips for Getting Into College

A-G Requirements 

Career Pathways

College Pennant

Community Service

Design Your Roadmap

Know How 2 Go

Middle-Skill Jobs

My Future

Smart Goals

Virtual Tour: Admissions 

Virtual Tour: Financial Aid

Who Do You Want to Be

 

GREEN TEAM 2018

Green Team is a club led by students that meets regularly to promote environmental awareness in the community and on campus. Green Team built and maintains a school garden, which was expanded with the help of IUSD's own maintenance crew and the Middle School Program, hosted by the city! Additional projects include increasing recycling effort on campus and gathering compostable waste to nourish our garden. See how we've grown!

 

Garden Image

Garden Image

HOLOCAUST ART & WRITING

Congratulations to Lakeside's site winners who advanced to the final competition at Chapman University!

Deborah Lee - Art

Michael Jiang - Art

Iris Shen - Poetry

Lakeside's 2018 Holocaust Art & Writing participants at the Chapman University Awards Ceremony

JAZZ BAND

Lakeside Afterschool Jazz Band

The Lakeside Jazz Band meets in the Performing Arts building from 3:10 – 4:00 nearly every Tuesday and Thursday. The schedule below reflects a typical trimester. Students in the jazz band perform during our band concerts, for our incoming 6th grade students and in whatever other gig Mr. Robinson can envision. It's a great way for students to be involved with music and with the school.

jazzband

MATH COUNTS

Math Counts 2017

The following students competed at the California reagional Mathcounts Competition on February 25th, 2017 at UCI. Congratulations to the following hard-working students who represented Lakeside Middle School in this rigorous and exciting event. Great job, Mathematic Mariners!!

 

Thomas Debeusscher
David Kim
Minseo Kim
Tyler Kim
Jake Morgan
Rithvij Ponchempally
Iris Shen
York Tang
Kyle Verhagen
Jason Wang
Katrina Watson
Alex Yan
Mandy Yang

Students looking at cameraStudents looking at camera

Students looking at cameraStudents looking at camera

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY

History Day 2017/2018

Orange County History Day Competition - Saturday, March 10th, 2018, at Orange County Department of Education in Costa Mesa

Congratuations to our school champions who competed at the Orange County competition:

Somer Alrai, Andrew An, Kyeongjae Hwang, Toni John, Katie Kim, Chris Lee, Deborah Lee, Inaya Nayez, Anish Patel, Sarina Rai, Sophia Stewart, York Tang,  and Elena Wu

Special congratulations to Orange County Special Judges Award winners:

Ethan Ho, Albert Hoang, Hayden Kim, Brandon Pham, and Josh Varela

And finally, our Orange County Champions who will compete on May 5 and May 6, 2018, in Sacramento:

Thomas Hwang and Jason Ie for their Group Documentary and Colin Sueyoshi for his Individual Documentary

Colin Sueyoshi, Jason Ie, Thomas Hwang

NATIONAL JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY

Membership in Lakeside's National Junior Honor Society is a special privilege for students who earn high academic marks, and have a desire to give back to the community. Students who earn a 4.0 for one trimester and all Os and Ss can join the group and participate. The group meets throughout the year to participate in school-wide and community-based projects. Past projects include the following:

 

Scrapbooking for senior citizens

Food drives for local food banks

Relay For Life

Toy drives for children with cancer

Animal shelter blanket-making

Leadership trainings

 

NJHS 1 NJHS 2
NJHS 4

NJHS 5

SCIENCE FAIR

Science Fair 2018

Kudos to the following Lakeside students who competed in the District Science Fair competition on February 27, 2018

Congratulations to the following outstanding students !

 

Anish Patel 1st Place Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation on the Binary Fission of Common Bacteria
Diyya Ganju Kieli Murray 1st Place Men are from Mars & Women are from Venus

Liam Goodemote
Ethan Ho

1st Place How Do Different Programming Languages Affect How Much Energy is Used?

Maya Ueoku
Sophia Venegas

2nd Place Does the Brand of a Food Affect Consumer Taste?
Monica Pal 2nd Place How Does the Quantity of Salt in Water Affect its Conductivity?
Iris Shen 2nd Place Does the Bow Tension Affect the Volume of Sound Produced on a Violin?
Sarina Rai Honorable Mention Which Surface on a School Campus has the Most Bacterial Contamination?
Surendra Jammishetti

David Culciar
Honorable Mention Is Algae Cost-Effective to Produce Biofuel With or Without Fertilizer?
Sriya Adunur Honorable Mention Does an iPad Increase Speed in Cognitive Abilities for Autistic Middle School Students?
Ashley Chu

Tamami Miyazaki
Honorable Mention How Does Acid Rain Affect Growth of Wisconsin Fast Plants?
Jeffrey Meredith Honorable Mention The Running Jump Shot
Inaya Nayaz Honorable Mention Saliva Testing: Testing Acidic Value
Arisha Anand Honorable Mention How does Blade Lenght Affect the Amount of Electrical Energy Produced by a Wind Turbine?

SPELLING BEE 2018

The purpose of the Spelling Bee Club is to prepare students for the school-wide bee that will take place on Thursday, January 17th at 6:00pm in the PA.  The Spelling Bee Club meets on Tuesdays during Tutorial in Mrs. Granado's room 204 and Mrs. Albert's room 214 from October 30, 2018 until January, 8 2019.  Be sure to check the Tutorial schedule to see what classroom you will meet in for the club meeting each week.  If you miss one week's Tutorial, be sure to attend the next week's Tutorial to catch up.  It is expected that all Spelling Bee Club students will participate in teh annual Spelling Bee.

 

For More Information Spelling Bee Club Flyer 

Toshiba Exploration

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