Welcome to Live Oak Middle School online. We appreciate you visiting our website and hope it allows you to be more involved in your child’s school life. At Live Oak Middle, we value family involvement because we know that what we teach at school must be reinforced at home to truly be effective. Together we can make your child’s educational experience a solid foundation on which they may build a successful life. There are many links provided for you on this site to make your virtual experience as informative as possible. If you have any additional questions, please contact the school office at (225)664-3211.




This week is Homecoming Week!!!!!!
Monday - There will be a color t-shirt war between the grade levels: The 6th Grade - wear white, 7th Grade - wear blue, 8th Grade - wear black with uniform bottoms
Tuesday - we will have a pep rally and students may wear their Homecoming T-Shirt or wear a white T-shirt with uniform bottoms
Friday - wear any Live Oak T-Shirt with jeans

Homecoming Activity Night Information:

Saturday, Oct. 1st 6-9 PM at LOMS

The Homecoming Court will be presented @ 7:00, parents can enter to watch and be asked to leave when the presentation is complete.

The gym will be open for students to play basketball and volleyball.

Photographers will be on campus if you would like to take pictures.

Concessions will be sold.

Attire: Students can wear any school appropriate clothing (jeans, shorts, t-shirts, etc.). If students choose to wear semi-formal attire, it needs to be school and age appropriate.

Questions: Please contact Rhonda Blount (225) 664-3211


Picture Info



 The deadline to purchase a yearbook is October 17, 2016. Go to the Yearbook page to get details on how to purchase.


Platoon Block Schedule



School resumes on Monday September 12th, 2016. In an effort to help the students achieve normalcy, school uniforms are still the standard attire for all LPPS schools. We realize that many families lost everything in the terrible flood. If you do not have school uniforms, please send your child to school and we will make every effort to help you and your child obtain school uniforms. Our goal is to have all students in school uniforms by Monday October 17th, 2016. Students who did not flood are required to wear their school uniforms as normal. Students who do not wear uniforms will be required to follow the pre-uniform dress code policy. If you have any questions on this, please contact your school. 


 Parent Tips for helping children after a disater




School Age







Live Oak Middle Pizazz is  hosting a dance clinic on Sat. Oct. 8th from 9-12 in Live Oak Middle Gym.  The cost is $25 pre-clinic or $40 at the door the day of clinic.

All participants will perform during halftime at a LOM football game. Come join the fun!

Flyers are in the office, if any girl did not receive one from your 1st hour teacher.

Return money to either Room 112- Mrs. Ney or Room 301- Mrs. Ragsdale by Sept. 30th.



The LOM Drama Club is still planning their annual trip to New York City.  If you would like to attend, please contact Ms. Tramonte at tamra.tramonte@lpsb.org for more information.


If you did not sign up and pay your initial deposit, you may do so by October 1.  You will follow a modified payment schedule.


1st deposit due 10/1/16                 $300 per person

2nd deposit due 11/1/16                $200 per person

3rd deposit due 12/1/16                 $200 per person

4th deposit due 1/15/17                 $200 per person

5th deposit due 2/1/17                   $200 per person

6th deposit due 3/1/17                   $299 per person


If you have already signed up, your October 1 payment will be $200 per person.  The remaining payments are the same as above.




 Reporting Child Abuse or Neglect—Call 1-855-4LA-KIDS (1-855-452-5437) toll free 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


Health Guidelines can be found in the Student Handbook


 If you need assistance paying school fees, please call the school and speak with the principal to set up a payment plan.


Parent Portal Instructions










Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center's offers a Free Homework Assistance Program. This wonderful effort is a joint venture of Southeastern Louisiana University and Livingston Parish Schools. Teacher candidates from SELU fulfill class requirements by tutoring our students and everyone wins.


 Registration forms are available in the office.




Help Our School 

Clip and send Box Tops, Community Coffee, Tyson chicken, and Campbell's labels to earn free money and products for Live Oak Middle School.  Top classes will be rewarded each semester.  



  • Contacting parents from personal phones (cell or home) to discuss school business is prohibited. All phone conferences , electronic conversations (emails or texts), or social media contact concerning a student’s academic, IAP, or IEP status should be made via school email or school phone only and during business hours (weekdays between 6:30am-5:00pm).
  • Athletic Coaches, Club, Cheer, Dance,  Band and Color Guard Sponsors may contact parents via personal phones (texts or calls) when away from campus for informational purposes, to inform them of changes to schedules, or in the event of injury. 


     For safety reasons we are streamlining our procedures for visitors to the school. Please make sure that if you visit the school, you enter the front doors of the school and report directly to the office and remain inside the office until you have finished the visit. All other entrances to the school are for students, faculty, and staff only. We will require a picture ID and check your child's information to ensure whoever is here is allowed to check out students, request records, participate in conferences, etc. If you have to go anywhere on campus other than the office, you will be issued a pass with your name, destination, and time of arrival. Once you have finished the visit, we ask that you report back to the office and turn in that pass. I also wanted to remind everyone that the car rider line on the West side of the building is the only place students should be dropped off in the morning and picked up in the afternoon. The gravel drive on the East side of the building is for faculty and staff only. We do not have anyone stationed on that side of the building and, for safety reasons, ask that you do not drop students off there in the morning or pick them up there in the afternoon. The front drive is for buses only in the morning until 7:30 and in the afternoon after 2:15. Your children are as important to us as they are to you, so our first priority is their safety. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Ryan Hodges