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As we near the end of October all of our students have settled into the 2014-2015 school year.  Please visit our web site regularly as we continue to make changes and use the web site to communicate with you the many different activities that are happening here at ALMS. We value the opportunity to inform, communicate, and work with you to provide your child with a quality education.  We are committed to creating opportunities for each student and each family to “connect” to Abraham Lincoln Middle School.
 
ALMS is dedicated to providing a quality educational experience for each and every student.  This is evident in two of ALMS’s greatest strengths, our Eagle staff and the ALMS community.  We have a staff that is fully committed and dedicated to making each student’s experience at ALMS a positive experience that they will never forget.  This commitment is evident in ALMS continuing to have the highest API in Selma Unified School District with an API score of 834.  We have received recognition for our Positive Behavior with a Bronze award for PBIS and the Bonner Award for Character Building.  Our goal is to prepare each and every student to become successful students at Selma High School.  The ALMS community is a community like no other.  Their pride, support, and involvement continue to be a huge factor in ALMS’s success.
 
I would like to encourage you to access our website regularly as a way to communicate with myself, the Eagle staff, and to stay current with our upcoming events or activities.  Our ALMS web site has included a variety of informational, instructional and district wide links to access for additional support and insight.  I would like to thank you for your support in making each of our student’s experience as a ALMS Eagle both positive and rewarding.
 

Sincerely,

Wayne Dixon, Principal

Soaring to New Heights!

 

  • Congratulations to the ALMS Eagle Marching Band, Guard and Percussion! All three sections of the band placed this weekend in the Fowler Band Review and were one of three to have all sections place out of 21 competing bands, guard and percussion. Color Guard took second place, band placed fourth and percussion tied for fourth. Congratulations to all marching band members who competed!”

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  • ALMS Wrestling Workouts begin November 3rd.  Any student wishing to participate in the workouts must have a completed athletic packet and physical turned into Mr. Vieira and have received their "blue card" to give to the coach.
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  • ALMS will host the CVAL Cross Country Championships on Friday, October 24th starting at 2pm at Reedley College.
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