7th Grade Team

    Welcome to the 7th grade team page!  Individual teacher pages are linked below, and the 7th grade academic calendar is below that.  Finally, at the bottom of the page you can find a link to the district website regarding teaching and learning policies.

Note: the following teachers make up the seventh grade team.  If you do not see a teacher's name below, that means that they are either on the sixth grade or eighth grade page.  Head to those team pages for information.

Tami Cammack (FACS/Spanish)
Andrea Clyde (LA/SS)
Dani Coughran (PE and Health)
Debbie Hartley (Special Education)
Jenn Bolser (Counselor) 
Shawn Lally (Team Sports)
Robyn Lunden (Special Education)
Travis Simpson (Math/Science/Outdoor Survival) 
Tracie Wickham (Science)
Nathan Yoder (LA/SS)

7th Grade Academic Calendar


Laurel Ridge Middle School



2018 Year-End Expectations for LRMS Students


With the end of the school-year approaching, planning for the end-of-year events is well underway.  More information about these activities will be sent home in May.  


We believe it is important to communicate early to both parents and students regarding the expectations for participation in the end-of-year activities.  These expectations include:


Behavior Expectations

  • Less than two behavior referrals during Trimester 3

  • Less than seven periods of in-school suspension during Trimester 3

  • Zero periods of out-of-school suspension during Trimester 3

  • Maintain positive attendance throughout Trimester 3


Book Return Expectations

  • Return all library books by June 1st

  • Return all chromebooks/textbooks by June 8th

  • Pay all fees by June 13th


Students will be placed on probation if they fail to meet any  of the behavior expectations. Students on probation will be required to attend a goal-setting meeting with their respective grade-level team and set a behavior plan. Students on probation will be able to attend the activity if they meet their goals and complete a behavior reflection. The reflection will be an essay discussing what the student did to meet their goals. If the probation is not met successfully, or library books, textbooks, and fees are not returned on time, the student will be excluded from the activity.


Our staff has reviewed these expectations with your student in class .  We ask that you also review these expectations at home. It is our hope and expectation that every student remains eligible to participate in these activities.