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.

Got Bolts? When you do, walk safely and respectfully to lunch and drop them responsibly into your house bucket. Weekly and monthly prizes are awarded! House prizes are coming soon! Get your Bolts to lunch and feel the success of your choices. It’s a Lance Thing!

Red Ribbon Week

October 16 - 22

"Healthy, Happy and Drug-Free!"

Community Information - click here to see the communty events. (Spanish version)


Monday, October 17

  • Camouflage Day - “Drugs can’t find me.”

Tuesday, October 18

  • Neon Day - “I’m too bright for drugs!”

Wednesday, October 19​​​​

  • Red Out Day - From head to toe, I’m drug free.”

Thursday, October 20

  • Tye Dye Day - “Don’t let drugs tye you down.”

Friday, October 21

  • Black Out Day - “Don’t let drugs black out your future.”

High Schools of Choice Information

click here

Hairspray Junior


October 28 and 29 (7:00pm at Lance)


Tickets: Adults are $5 and students are $3



Friday, November 4 (end of quarter 1)

Friday, November 11 (professional learning day)

Lance Middle School will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11, from 8:00 to 12:00pm while staff members participate in district-wide professional learning. Our building will reopen at 12:00pm on November 11th for business as usual. We greatly appreciate your understanding.


November 23 (1/2 day - students released at noon)

November 24-25 (Thanksgiving Break)


December 22 - January 2 (Winter Break)

College Challenge (Grade 8)

The goal of the College Challenge is to help students understand what options are available to them after high school. Many people have asked why the program is for 8th grade students. We believe that 8th grade students heading into high school need to know that EVERY class counts (even those freshman classes!), and they must earn the credit to move onto the next level of classes. Also, knowing what is required for incoming freshmen in tech schools, public universities, and private colleges is critical. Continue reading . . .

Donation letter

Washington DC Field Trip - May 31 – June 2, 2017 (8th grade students only)

Click here for more infromation on the Washington DC trip.

Lance PTO is interested in organizing a Color Run and an Activities Fair. If you are interested in helping organize and lead either of these events, please conact the people below. Thank you.

Color Run - Ms. Gosse

Activities Fair