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Goodpine Middle School

LaSalle Parish School Board

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    COVID-19 School Closure

    GPMS will provide educational packets every Monday morning at 9:30 a.m. These will be located in the grey totes by the office door. You may return any completed work in the black tote. 

     All students at GPMS have a login and password for these resources and can work from home while we are out of school. Students should know their login information because we use these resources in the classrooms regularly. 

    Learn@Home web resource site at

    Greatmind links are Math video resources that will help you with Eureka work. (You might have to search for the actual module and lesson.) 

    Students should practice multiplication and division facts.

    Students also need to read as much as possible.


    To report child abuse and neglect, call the Department of Children and Family Services hotline toll-free

    24 hours a day -365 days a year at 1-855-4LA-KIDS  (1-855-452-5437) or click here.

    Supply List 20-21

    Third Grade Supply List                

    2020-2021 School Year

    4  1-subject notebooks

    1  USB flash drive (16 GB or more)

    1  package loose leaf paper

    1  plastic folder--red

    1  plastic folder--blue

    2  packages pencils (Ticonderoga brand is preferred, but not required.)

    1  package construction paper

    1  package index cards (3” x 5”)

    1  package pencil top erasers

    2  glue sticks

    1  pair of scissors

    1  box of crayons

    1  small supply box (to keep crayons, scissors, and glue in)

    1  box of tissues

    1  container of disinfectant wipes

    1-pair of inexpensive earbuds (to be kept at school)


    4th Grade Supply List



    1 - 3 Subject Notebook

    3 Composition Notebooks

    1 – 2 in. Binder (with pockets on inside cover)

    3 Pocket Folders (Plastic will hold up better)

    1 Box Tissue 

    • Roll Paper Towels

    4 Packages #2 Pencils

    1 Package Colored Pencils (12 pack)

    1 Pencil Sharpener (small handheld)

    1-pair of inexpensive earbuds (to be kept at school)

    1 Zipper Supply Bag (The zipper bag will be kept in backpacks to hold colored pencils and personal sharpener. Students may also have personal mechanical pencils and erasers in zipper bag if they are not a distraction.)

    Girls Only: 1 – Hand Sanitizer (Classroom Size)

    Boys Only: 1 – Disinfecting Wipes 


    5th Grade School Supply List


    • 2-boxes of tissues

    • 36- #2 real wood pencils

    • 2-packages of wide-ruled loose leaf

    • 1-container of disinfectant wipes

    • 4-pocket folders w/PRONGS in the following colors:  Red(Math), Yellow(Social Studies), Blue(ELA/Reading), Green(Science)

    • 1- 2” three ring binder (ELA)

    • 1 -yellow notebook (Social Studies)

    • 2- packages of glue sticks

    • 2- yellow chisel tip highlighters

    • 1- jump drive 16 GB or more 

    • 1-pair of inexpensive earbuds (to be kept at school)


    • Please keep in mind while making your purchases that supplies not on this list are subject to teacher preference and may or may not be allowed in a particular class.  (mechanical pencils, zippered binders, personal pencil sharpeners, etc.)



    Good Pine Middle School does not currently collect any school fees.!

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    We will, we will, ROCK you!!


    ****3rd Grade Summer Reading List ***

    The Stories Julian Tells by Ann Cameron

    More Stories Julian Tells by Ann Cameron

    Junie B. Jones Cheater Pants by Barbara Park

    Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White

    The Magic Tree House #1: Dinosaurs Before Dark by Mary Pope Osborne

    Clementine by Sara Pennypacker

    Ready, Freddy!  Second Grade Rules! By Abby Klein

    Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar

    Third Grade Angels by Jerry Spinelli

    Ramona Quimby, Age 8 by Beverly Cleary


    ***4th Grade Summer Reading List***

    The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

    Knights of the Round Table (adapted)by Gwen Gross

    Tuck Everlastingby Natalie Babbit

    The Phantom Tollboothby Norton Juster

    The One and Only Ivanby Katherine Applegate

    Tales of a 4th Grade Nothingby Judy Blume

    Encyclopedia Brown Boy Detectiveby Donald J. Sobol

    Where the Mountain Meets the Moonby Grace Lin

    The Whipping Boyby Sid Fleischman

    Half Magicby Edward Eager


    **5th Grade Summer Reading List**

    The 13 Planets: The Latest View of the Solar System by David A.Aguilar

    The Templeton Twins Have An Idea: Book 1 by Ellis Weiner

    The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

    In Their Own Words:Lewis and Clark by George Sullivan

    Dear Mr. Henshaw by Beverly Cleary

    In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson by Betty Bao Lord

    Shutting out the Sky by Debra Hopkinson

    Exploration and Conquest:The Americas After Columbus by Betsy Maestro

    The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick

    The Landry News by Brian Selznick and Andrew Clements

    Additional Options 5th grade

    How to Eat Fried Worms  by Emily arnold McCully

    Freckle Juice by Judy Blume

    A True Book- American history: The Declaration of Independence by Elaine Landau

    James and the Giant Peach by Ronald Dahl




    Emergency MEALS-to-YOU PROGRAM


    With the extension of the Governor’s ‘Stay At Home’ mandate to April 30th, we have explored other means to provide meals to our students.  LaSalle Parish School Board is announcing a new program that will deliver meals to your doorstep for FREE. This program is called Meals-to-You, and it is a partnership between our district, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Baylor University.




    To qualify for this program, your children have to attend one of our nine schools. Every other week, the Meals-to-You program will provide 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches per child for all children up to 18 years of age residing in your household.




    To receive these shelf stable meals, you must register on the Meals-to-You website as soon as possible. The meals will be provided on a first come, first serve basis.  Registration closes Monday, April 6, 2020.  Click on the link below and complete the simple online registration form:


    Parent/Guardian must provide:

    • an accurate current home address/NO PO Boxes
    • a contact phone number
    • an email address / to notify you of shipment status
    • the names of all children in their household that are 18 years or younger


    Most importantly, parents must provide permission to receive these meals.




    After you register, it may be up to two weeks before the first box of meals arrives.  This program will continue until LaSalle Parish Schools reopen, or when the Child Nutrition staff can safely prepare meals and your children can safely eat at the sites providing meals.


    For additional information or assistance, contact Child Nutrition Dept. .