Guidance Office

  • All LTMS students will take four core classes: Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Students will also have two different hours each day of Related Arts classes unless the student is taking Band, Orchestra, or Chorus, in which case they will only take Related Arts one hour each day. These classes will change every nine weeks and may include the following: Introduction to Life Skills, Health, P.E., Technology, Humanities, Art, and Cultures.

    Who are my counselors?

    Lions (6th grade) and Wildcats (7th) -- Leigh Ann Mattingly 

    Pumas (8th) and Panthers (Magnet 6th, 7th, and 8th) -- Shakesha Brown

    How can I talk to them? 

    Because of the volume of people in the front office, you can now sign up online for a counseling appointment and will be called down to your counselor's office when they have the time to focus on you. Here's the link: Counseling request

Guidance Staff

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What Do Counselors Do?

    • Gains understanding of your child's behavior through observation and participation in the classroom to help identify their needs.

    • Intervenes with potential dropouts.

    • Helps students relate to others.

    • Provides counsel to teachers and parents so that they can better help their children and students.

    • Helps parents find and make better use of community resources.

    • Identify student abilities, achievement, interests, and needs.

    • Utilize other school specialists to aid students in their growing process.

    • Coordinates referrals to outside agencies.

    • Hosts and facilitate parent discussion groups.

    • Helps with school, college, job, career, and personal plans.