Our Vision... Success For Every Student


Principal: Mr. Dahlk
Assistant Principal: Mr. Makowka



Please click on the "calendar" tab at the top of the page to see what is happening daily and weekly at Lance.

Action Territory Night

Friday, October 2 (4-10pm)

We will be giving away 3 free wristbands (one per grade-level) on Friday during lunches. Winners will be pulled from the Bolts. Winners will pick up their wristband at Action Territory at 5:00pm from Mr. Dahlk. Please come out and help support Lance Middle School. Bring your family and friends.

Infinite Campus

On Monday, October 5th, Parent Portal users will be required to have an email address to log on to the portal. The old Zangle pin numbers will be disabled. Parent Portal users will need to recover their own passwords on the website. Please click here for information on this process.

October 2015 Parent Newsletter

Click here to read the October 2015 Parent Newsletter. If you have any questions regarding any information with any of your child's classes, please contact your child's teachers. Thank you.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Tuesday, October 6 (5-7pm)

Thursday, October 8 (5-7pm)

Friday, October 9 (8-11am) *No school for students on this day.


Please be checking Infinite Campus to monitor your child's academic progress. The conferences will be scheduled, so please be looking for this infromation from your child's House.

Fine Arts Showcase

Click here to watch the Fine Arts Showcase. Enjoy.

October 30 - NO SCHOOL for students. End of Quarter 1.

Washington DC Trip (for 8th grade students only)

We're planning our fantastic tour to Washington, DC on May 18 - 20, 2016. This unforgettable learning experience of a lifetime is being coordinated by Brightspark Travel. Please contact Ms. Fioravanti for infromation.

Lance Middle School is now participating in Shoparoo as a school-wide fundraiser. Please click on the Shoparoo icon below for more information.

Yearbooks - will be on sale during the first semester of the school year. Stop in the main office for an order form. Purchase yours early, as we do not purchase extras to sell at the end of the school year.


"Kids have been bullying each other for generations. The latest generation, however, has been able to utilize technology to expand their reach and extent of their harm. This phenomenon is being called cyberbullying, defined as: willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices." Click on the links below to learn how you can help with your child.

SAY NO to cyberbullying