LEWIS AND CLARK MIDDLE SCHOOL

About Us

Established: 2007
Location: 13502 South 38th Street
Grades Served: 7-8
History: Named after explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, Lewis and Clark Middle School opened to students in August, 2007 in Heartland Hills. The new, single-story middle school helped alleviate crowding at Logan Fontenelle and Mission Middle Schools. Seventh grade teams occupy the south wing of the building, while eighth grade teams use the north wing. The students share elective classes, gymnasiums, locker rooms, cafeteria, multi-purpose room, media center and computer lab.
School Mascot: Lewis and Clark Scouts
School Colors: Purple and White
School Purpose: To develop students into productive and intellectually curious citizens within a global society.
Principal: Michael Smith

Project Summary

  • Resurface Track
  • Upgrades to Staff and Student Technology
  • Upgrades for Safety and Security

Project Timeline

Timeline Still TBD

Last Update: March 24, 2017

Project Notes

School Updates

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