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Langston Chapel Middle School

156 Langston Chapel Rd

Statesboro, GA 30458

Phone: (912) 212-8720

Fax: (912) 212-8739

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LCMS Blue Devil News

LCMS 5K Run/Walk

Langston Chapel

Rockin' Blue Devil 5K Run/Funwalk 

March 21, 2015

Join us for the First Annual Langston Chapel Rockin' Blue Devil 5K Run/Funwalk! Get your run/walk on while listening to your favorite music at beautiful Womack Field at SHS! All proceeds to benefit the Langston Chapel PTO and Athletics!  1st,2nd, and 3rd place medals will be awarded for Overall Male and Female; 1st and 2nd place medals in all age categories.

Register online by clicking here.

Event details and schedule:

  • Registration by March 10th to get a t-shirt, after March 10th t-shirts available only as supplies last.
  • Registration available the day of the event!!
  • Registration begins at 8:00
  • 5K Run begins at 9:00
  • Funwalk begins at 10:00


Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/30/15

Recreation Department Registration for Spring Sports

Play sports through Statesboro Bulloch County Parks and Recreation! Register February 4 through 6 from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the Honey Bowen Building, Brooklet Rec Office, Portal Rec Office or online at www.bullochrec.com.

Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/30/15

Statesboro Library Study Buddies

Statesboro Library Study Buddies


New program beginning January 20th


The Statesboro Library is partnering with community volunteers to provide homework help every Tuesday afternoon from 5PM until 7:30 PM in the Upstairs Computer Lab. The program is first come, first serve so be sure to arrive on time ready to work to guarantee a spot.

We will have "blocks" for recommended times for the various grade levels. This provides a concentration on each level specifically although help will not be limited to one level of education at any time. Our recommended times are:

5pm – 5:45pm Elementary School

5:45pm – 6:45pm Middle School

6:45pm – 7:30pm High School

For more information, please visit the Statesboro Regional Library or call William Sack (912-764-1346) or LeJenae Johnson (912-764-1341).

The Statesboro Regional Library does not allow children under the age of 13 to be in the building unaccompanied by an adult. Children under the age of 13 must be signed by an adult to participate in this program. Standard printing rates apply.

Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/30/15

Washington Wins Essay Contest

Nigel Washington, a 13-year-old, seventh-grade student at Langston Chapel Middle School (LCMS) was selected as this year’s winner in the first annual Sea Island Bank American Education Week Essay Contest from more than 400 entries.  Middle school students from Bulloch Academy and Bulloch County Schools' four middle schools shared touching stories about "What My Teacher Means to Me."

Sea Island Bank executives gathered at LCMS Wednesday morning to recognize Washington and his former sixth-grade math teacher, Joni Chavers, during a school-wide assembly. Chavers received $250 and Washington received a Google Chromebook and a scholarship to an upcoming writing workshop at the Averitt Center for the Arts.


Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/29/15

LCMS Lady Blue Devils – 2015 Coastal Empire Region Champions

bball champs 051edit.jpgThe LCMS Lady Blue Devils Basketball Team recently captured the 2015 Coastal Empire Region Championship in a victory over Richmond Hill Middle School.  This win marks the first girls’ basketball region title in the history of LCMS.  Way to go LCMS Blue Devils! 

The team is Coached by Marty Holder;  assistant coaches are Travis Reddick, Valyncia Wooten, and Luke Lyons.

Click here for a season recap

Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/29/15

Lloyd chosen for GMEA All-State Band

jan 039.JPGRobert Lloyd, an 8th grade student at Langston Chapel Middle School, recently auditioned for, and was accepted to the 2015 GMEA All-State Band.  The audition is a rigorous process, which involves both prepared pieces and sight-reading pieces for the first time.  As, a percussionist, Robert had to go through this process on three different instruments, snare drum, xylophone, and timpani.  He auditioned against the best percussionists from around the state, and was chosen to be in this year’s All-State band.  As an extra bonus, his score was one of the highest, giving him the distinction of first chair in one of the two Middle School All-State Bands. 

“This is a great honor for both Robert and our school,” said director Holly Lloyd.  “This will be the second time in our school’s history that one of our players have made first chair in the Georgia All-State Bands.  The competition from around the state is fierce, and for one of our students to make first chair All-State, well, that is amazing!”  On February 26 -28, Robert will rehearse with the All-State Band, at the Classic Center in Athens, Georgia.  He will work with nationally recognized conductor, Robert Herrings, from Texas, and will give a performance that he will remember for a lifetime.

Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/28/15

Burwell chosen to All-State Chorus

jan 036.JPGThis past fall, LCMS had several students participate in the audition process for GMEA All-state Chorus. They worked hard, spending numerous hours after school preparing for a rigorous audition which was held in November. These students not only had to sing a prepared solo and their major, minor and chromatic scales for the judges, but they had to demonstrate their knowledge of music theory and other music concepts as well. It is a tough audition in that each and every one of them competed against thousands of middle school students across the state of Georgia for a seat in the GMEA All-state Chorus.

For the past three years, we’ve had choir members to miss the cut-off score by as little as a half of a point, which is quite frustrating yet rewarding in that we all knew that each year we had students who were close to the cut-off score only made our choir as a whole better!

This year, we are proud to announce that Dasean Burwell, an 8th grader at LCMS finally broke the barrier by not only passing the first audition, but recently passed his second audition making him the first LCMS student in over 10 to 15 years to make it to All-state Chorus! With a score of 100% on his second audition, Dasean not only earned a seat in the All-state choir, but also earned a gold seal, ranking him among the state of Georgia’s top middle school singers!  Dasean will be in Athens, Georgia March 5th – 7th to participate in the 2015 GMEA All-state Middle School Mixed Chorus.

Posted by: Audra Nelson
Published: 1/28/15

Upcoming Events

Today: 1/31/15

School Hours

7:20 a.m. - Students may enter the building

8:00 a.m. - Tardy Bell; Homeroom begins

3:25 p.m. - Car riders dismissed

3:30 p.m. - Bus riders dismissed

*Note:  No Early Dismissals will be issued after 3:15 p.m.

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See the Athletics page for information on individual sports.

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College Credit Now

Students and Parents can visit www.gacollege411.org for information related to career choices and high school and post-secondary options.

View the presentation, College Credit Now , for additional information.