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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 Chorus Winter "Season of Joy" Concert 

December 14th, 7:00 pm at LCMS Cafetorium 


On Thursday, December 14th the Langston Chapel Middle School Chorus will be in concert at LCMS Cafetorium. The concert will feature both the Treble and Mixed choir (grades 6th - 8th) in concert performing traditional and nontraditional song selections as part of our winter "Season of Joy" performance. In addition to our fabulous performance, light refreshments served afterwards.  


Report time to LCMS dressed in concert attire for 7th and 8th grade choir members is 6:00 pm. 6th grade are to report at 6:30 pm. 


Back-to-back pre-season tournament championships for Girls 


LCMS Girls Basketball TeamThe Langston Chapel Middle School Lady Blue Devils Basketball Team won the district’s pre-season Tip-off Tournament championship on Nov. 18. They clinched the title for the second year in a row after defeating the Southeast Bulloch Middle School Lady Yellow Jackets 27-14 in the first round and then taking down cross-town rivals, the William James Middle School Lady Knights.


Throughout the tournament the Lady Blue Devils were led both offensively and defensively by #15 Sarah Ellis. “She played a phenomenal game racking up double digits in steals with 17 points,” said Head Coach Travis Reddick. Additional basket backup came from #1 Reya Johnson, # 3 Armani Cooke, #2 Autumn Grace, #11 Demia Hartwell, and #25 Kristalyn Lanier.  


In the championship match the Lady Blue Devils came out and took a commanding lead that stunned the Lady Knights.  The Lady Knights fought back and took back the lead into the half.  


The start of the second half was intense, but the Lady Blue Devils held the Lady Knights to one point in the third quarter and entered the fourth quarter of the game with a multiple basket lead. A last minute shot by Johnson sealed the win and the championship for the Blue Devils. 


“Our full-court, man-to-man defense forced the Lady Knights to turnover possession at key moments in the game,” said Coach Reddick, who is now in his third season as head coach for the Lady Blue Devils. “I am extremely excited about leading the team this year. We have been working hard to ascend to new heights for this upcoming basketball season, and we expect to play in the region championship.”


In his previous two seasons, Reddick led the Lady Blue Devils to an overall 18-8 record. A graduate of Georgia Southern University, he worked with the Eagles’ Women’s Basketball program under Coach Rusty Cram from 2002-2005 and the Men’s Basketball Camps from 2003-2005. He has been a teacher and coach for basketball, track and football at LCMS for eight years. 


Langston Chapel Middle School will be holding the LCMS Annual Tip-Off Basketball Tournament again this year.  The tournament will be held November 15-18, 2017 in the LCMS gym.


LCMS Pre-Season Tournament Information and Brackets



Synovus and Georgia Southern University College of Education (COE) announced another Teacher of the Game winner on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at Langston Chapel Middle School as part of their "Here's to Teachers" campaign. 

Davis was nominated by a former LCMS student, Chamaurie Jackson, who is now a high school sophomore. In her essay Jackson wrote, "Without Ms. Davis I wouldn’t be as serious as I am about life. She may be a science teacher, but she can teach anyone about life lessons and how to survive."

Davis has been inspiring and encouraging students for 26 years, 22 of those in Bulloch County. She's taught eighth-grade Physical Science at LCMS since the school opened in 1998, and this year she began a new role at the school teaching seventh-grade Advanced Science and Learning Lab Math and Reading.

Jackson's essay went on to say that "Not only did Ms. Davis speak inspiration but she made science fun and clear. It was the first time I finished the whole year with an A in each 9 weeks. Ms. Davis helped me strive for better and whatever I wanted to do in life, she made me believe it." 

Davis will be featured on Paulson Stadium's jumbo screen during GA Southern's home football game on Nov. 18, and she and the other four Teacher of the Game winners will also be honored on the field during the game. This last Eagles home game is a special Education Appreciation Day for all educators and COE alumni. 

  Other Teachers of the Game winners from Bulloch County Schools include Jay McNeely of Nevils Elementary School, Simone Lane of William James Middle School, and Talmeshia Parker of Statesboro High School.

Pictured: Chad Wiggins and Kim Brannen of Synovus, Tammy Davis and her students, Dr. Tom Koballa, Dean of GA Southern College of Education and John Ramfjord of GA Southern.


Hayley Greene, CCC

Public Relations/Mkt. Specialist

Bulloch County Schools


LCMS GMAS Assembly - Judge Hatchet

2017 STEAM Night

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.


Parents and Guardians:  For the safety and security of students, you must have a picture I.D. in order to pick up a student.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

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