Middle School

Class of 2023 - Scheduling Information

Class of 2023 Scheduling: On Monday, March 25, the current 8th graders will head over to the high school for a scheduling presentation from 12:00pm to 2:00pm.  On the same day at 6:30pm, parents of current 8th graders are invited to attend a parent meeting regarding scheduling for the Class of 2023.  Please click here for more information. More +

Camp NAWIC-Summer Opportunity for MS Girls

We are the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), Columbus Chapter.  This will be our second year offering this FREE summer day camp for female middle school students who want to learn more about the construction industry. The purpose of the camp is to give young females a fresh outlook on how fun and exciting construction can be for women.  The camp will be open to 20 girls in the Columbus area – from all local/central Ohio school districts.  

The camp will be held Wednesday, June 19th from 8:00am to 3:00pm. 
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Could you read a novel in ONE day?

The entire Liberty Union Middle School recently read a 238-page book in one school day! All of the Above, a book by Shelley Pearsall, is about 4 kids and a math teacher overcoming many challenges to build a world record-breaking tetrahedron. Students at LUMS went through their day reading All Of The Above in different ways throughout each class. Each grade started off reading 45 pages in their first-period class through a video and skit then building the starting pieces to our tetrahedron next. The whole school even had a portion of the book read to them by Coach Kramer, the High School Varsity basketball coach. More +

LUMS Author Visit

On February 27th, 2019, the Liberty Union Middle School students had a special surprise. They were visited by award-winning author, Shelley Pearsall. Shelley Pearsall has written many books such as Trouble Don't Last, All Of The Above, The Seventh Most Important Thing, Crooked River, Jump Into The Sky and All Shook Up. The previous day, students had read All Of The Above in one day totaling 238 pages in all. The book was about some middle school misfits from a seemingly dead-end school who worked together to overcome even bigger obstacles.  More +
Blizzard Bag Information

Blizzard Bag Information

Many parents have been asking about Blizzard Bag assignments since school has been closed.  This is an annual decision made by the school district.  The Liberty Union-Thurston Board of Education did not pass a policy approving the use of Blizzard Bags for the 2018-2019 school year.  Therefore, there are no required Blizzard Bag assignments this school year. More +
Giant Eagle Fundraiser Flyer

Grocery Shopping Fundraisers

Click more to learn how your shopping could help LUMS! More +

2018-2019 Liberty Union-Thurston School Calendar

 The 2018-2019 School Calendar. (Approved 7.24.18) More +
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Liberty Union-Thurston Schools Receive National Recognition

District Administration magazine is honoring 22 schools and districts for education technology initiatives as part of the Schools of TechXcellence program. This is the second year for this national recognition program. More +

2018-2019 Transportation Request

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