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Luis P. Untalan Middle School

256 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway Barrigada, Guam 96913 • View School Map

LPUMS Mission Statement: "The Luis P. Untalan Middle School community will empower students with the knowledge that will enable them to be competent, productive, and responsible citizens in our society."
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Administrator Contacts and duty areas: 
  • Mrs. Agnes Guerrero - School Principal (Teacher & Staff Evaluations, Business Office) Email: aaguerrero@gdoe.net
  • Ms. Corazon Elane - Assistant Principal (Special Programs). Email: ceelane@gdoe.net 
  • Mr. Jesse San Nicolas - Assistant Principal (Student Support). Email: jtsannicolas@gdoe.net 
  • Ms. Jeanette Superales - Administrative Officer (Payroll, Fixed Assets, Requisitions, Facilities & Maintenance, Non-Appropriated Funds, Sentry Assignments). Email: jmsuperales@gdoe.net

If you have any immediate questions or concerns, please call the Main Office at 1 (671) 300-2726. You may also email us at wildcatsinfo@gdoe.net.

SY2023-2024 School Bell ScheduleClick here to view.
SY2023-2024 GuamDOE School CalendarClick here to view
Amended 11-28-23
Breakfast & Lunch MenuSept. 2023
Oct. 2023
Nov. 2023
Dec. 2023
SY2023-2024 DPW Bus ScheduleClick here to view.
SY2023-2024 Student-Parent HandbookClick here to view.

LPUMS Updates


Winter Break Intercession starts on Monday, Dec. 18 -Jan. 1. Classes resume on Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2024. Please see revised GDOE Calendar (amended 11-28-23)

December Spirit Week 12/11-15

For the last week of classes before Winter Break, all wildcats are encouraged to celebrate the season by participating in the December Spirit Week!

Also, this week:
•PBIS Assemblies
•Thursday will be Jingle Jungle activity day schedule
•Friday will be a Wildcat Day schedule

3RD QTR Sports Signup

Hafa Adai Wildcats: 3rd quarter sports are Boys Basketball, Baseball and Girls Soccer! Those who are interested must sign up this week 12/11-12/15. Sign up sheets are near the SSO at the front courtyard. All must meet the requirements to be cleared to try out current or updated physical and must meet the grade requirements to participate. Tryouts will begin when the students return from Christmas break.

PTO Meeting Thursday 12/7

There will be a Parent-Teacher Organization meeting on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2023 at 6pm in the LPUMS Library. The PTO is also collecting orders for the Wildcats Pride Shirts! They are also holding a Holiday Basket Raffle! See flyers for more info.

New Issue of School Newspaper 

November 2023 Issue.pdf

Please Support Fundraiser on Dec. 1

On Friday, Dec. 1 from 11am to 7pm, please support our student newspaper, LPUMS Wildcats Gazette, by purchasing food at Panda Express and showing the flyer. Proceeds will help publish the student newspaper.

Superintendent Swanson toured campus with off-island visitor

Superintendent Dr. Kenneth Swanson selected LPUMS as one of the three public schools to show Ms. Miller, Council of Chief State School, on November 30, 2023.  Dr. Swanson and  Ms. Miller toured our campus as well as talk to students, faculty and staff.

Calling 8th Grade Parents and Guardians

There will be a parent meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2023 at 6pm. in the LPUMS Library. Please view flyer for more information.

Thank you for Supporting Team Tigers at McDonald's

Seventh grade team, Tigers, were at the Harmon McDonald's to fundraise for this year's activities on Thursday, Nov. 30 from 5-8pm. Thank you, everyone, who came out to support.

We Appreciate our Staff

In conjunction with Thanksgiving, our wildcat family celebrated its staff in honor of all their hard work to make our school function. 

View our Photo Gallery.

November Spirit week

Wildcats, let's celebrate this week of thankfulness by participating in our spirit week!

Help Support Staff Appreciation Week

For three days during Thanksgiving Week, our school community would like to honor all the world class work done by our staff. Wildcats, please help support Staff Appreciation Week!

Parent Won Turkey

The Parent-Teacher Organization held a Thanksgiving Basket Raffle on Nov. 17

The winner was announced via live stream on Instagram. Congratulations to Mr. Ramon Calvo for winning the raffle!

October Issue_Wildcats Gazette-website.pdf

Students Publish First Issue of School Newspaper

Read what's in the first issue of the LPUMS Wildcats Gazette! The student written newspaper is run by students and club advisors. Read the October  issue online by clicking the image or pick up a hard copy today!

Come to our School Budget Presentation & PTO Meeting Nov. 9

Hafa Adai Parents & Guardians,

You are invited to attend our school’s Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Presentation on November 9, 2023, 6:00pm in the school’s library. The budget presentation will be in conjunction with our Monthly General Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) meeting. The purpose of the budget presentation is to afford an opportunity to our stakeholders to review the proposed school’s budget and gather input. Parents are highly encouraged to attend and Out of District parents are required to attend. This is an ideal meeting to address our school’s needs. We look forward to seeing you there!

—Mrs. Agnes Guerrero, LPUMS Principal. View the letter

Let your Voice Be Heard on the GDOE Budget

PR2023-0063 BUDGET.2025.pdf

Guam Guard Promotes Drug Free Life

The Guam National Guard had presenters talk to students during our annual Red Ribbon Assembly, which promotes living a drug-free life to our students. View more pictures at the Red Ribbon Week Page.

Wildcats Dress Up for Halloween

Donate Canned Food for Families in Need

The LPUMS chapter of the National Junior Honor Society and the Support Services Outreach team are collecting canned food to donate to needy families. Donations are being accepted until Thursday, November 9, 2023.

Parent Teacher Conference Held, Showcased Supports

Above: NJHS campus guides, Social Workers Mrs. Nagal & Mrs. Iwashita, Nurse Sabinay, and TRIO Program rep with Counselor Mrs. Camacho.

Wildcats Take Part in Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon drug-free campaign is from Oct. 23-31. To commemorate the week, student volunteers and 8th Grade Counselor Ms. Aguilar worked on the Red Ribbon sign on our fence. View Red Ribbon Week 2023 Page

AG Office Presents on Cyberbullying

Representatives from th Attorney General's Office conducted presentations on Cyberbullying in the school gym on Oct. 24 & 26. View more pics

October Spirit Week 16th-20th

All wildcats show their support of a drug-free lifestyle by participating in our Spirit Week!
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Wildcats, It's Picture Week!

Due to Tropical Storm Bolaven, Picture Week has been rescheduled to October 23-27.  Please click on the following links for more information:

Happy Boss' Day to Mrs. Guerrero

Happy Boss' Day to our very own boss lady, Mrs. Guerrero! Thank you for always going above and beyond for our students, staff, and teachers!

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every Friday, wildcats can wear pink to support breast cancer awareness.

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Wildcats Shake it Out

At 10:19am on Oct. 19, the campus stopped, dropped, and took cover for the Great Guam Shakeout--the annual islandwide earthquake drill. 

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Wildcat Blazes to First at Islandwide Cross Country Meet

Photos by Guam Sports Network

10-17-23: Congratulations to Zaiden Paulino and Maya Echang for placing in the Top Ten runners at the ISA Middle School Cross Country All-Island Meet. Zaiden was the fastest male runner, placing first and Maya placed 9th. The Astumbo Dragon Boys and the Agueda Pirates Girls won the team championship.

Boys Volleyball Grab 2nd Place

10-16-23: In their 10th Championship Finals in 12 years, the LPUMS Boys Volleyball A team went against Benavente Middle School on Oct. 16 at Okkodo High School for the ISA Middle School Volleyball Championship. Coached by Precious Pecson, the team made a valiant effort but lost to BMS in the third set. Congratulations to the team and Coach Pecson for all the hard work this season.

Mrs. Borja writes literacy grant

Mrs. Madrid Borja submitted our school’s Comprehensive Literacy Grant to C&I recently. "Her vision to promote literacy in our school community has been put into play!" said Mrs. Guerrero. "This grant will provide over $100K! Thank you very much Madrid for your time and expertise in writing up our school’s literacy grant!"

All Wildcats: Please take this Survey

Hafa adai Wildcat family!

Our school is preparing to restart our PAWS program to reward positive student behavior.  We ask all employees, students, parents and guardians to support this program by taking a quick survey linked below. 

LPUMS Classes Resume Oct. 12, 2023

10-11-23: Hafa Adai Luis P. Untalan Middle School Parents and Guardians! Classes resume tomorrow, Oct. 12, 2023 Thursday, it will be a Wildcat Day. Please refer to the attached bell schedule. Regular block schedule will resume thereafter. Friday - BLACK DAY. Should you have any questions or concerns, please email us at wildcatsinfo@gdoe.net

PTO Meetings

Attention all parents & guardians

The next PTO Meeting is Thursday, Oct. 5 in the LPUMS Library. All parents of out-of-district students are required to attend,

Attention 8th Grade parents & guardians:

Hafa Adai LPUMS Parents/Guardians! Your PTO has graciously assumed the responsibility of planning and preparing for this school year’s 8th grade promotion. The attendance of all 8th grade parents is humbly requested at our first committee meeting scheduled for next Wednesday, October 4, 2023 at 6:00PM in the school library. We will be forming sub-committees and preparing our timeline of events that will lead up to the big celebration. Thank You, The LPUMS PTO. 

Wildcat Sports

Boys Volleyball Game Schedule 
Cross Country Meet Schedule

 Hafa Adai Wildcats!

 Sign ups for 2nd quarter sports will begin Oct. 2nd through Oct. 5th. 2nd quarter sports are Girls Volleyball, Boys & Girls Rugby. Boys Soccer (tentative). All interested must have an updated physical and must bring a copy for the Athletic Director.  Tryouts location and times will be announced on Oct. 9th.

Open House Night

Open House was held on Thursday, Sept. 14 from 5:30pm to 7:15pm. Parents and guardians began the visit at the LPUMS Gym at 5:30pm with welcoming remarks from Mrs. Guerrero and the newly elected PTO officers. Parents were then be directed to visit their child's teams. Thank you to the National Junior Honor Society for having students guide our parents on campus.  Parents were encouraged to attend to address any questions or concerns they may have with their child's classes.  

View our Open House Gallery

PTO Officers

PARENT LEADERS: The Parent Teacher Organization selected its officers on Sept. 7 at the first meeting in the school library. From left: Teacher Rep Madrid Borja, Treasurer Chris Santos, Secretary Shauntay Aflleje; President Joe Cruz; and Vice-President, Liz Calvo.
View the LPUMS PTO Page Here

Traffic Flow

First Day of Classes

WELCOME BACK: (Fom left) Math teacher Mrs. Gumataotao, Principal Mrs. Guerrero, PTO President Joe Cruz, School Aide Chris Camacho, and (front) SPED teacher Mrs. Choay.

Student-designed Wildcat Flag Ready

2023 Employee Health Fair

Accreditation PD Week

GDOE Release New Calendar and Schedule Updates

PRESS RELEASE GDOE Releases SY 2023-2024 Back-to-School Information.pdf
8-15-23: For school year (SY) 2023-2024, Superintendent of Education, Dr. K. Erik Swanson, and the Department of Education (GDOE) would like to release back-to-school information to parents and our island community.
“Our goal is to have every student attend school on their school campus,” said Superintendent K. Erik Swanson. “As inspections occur and repairs are made, we will continue to update our island community on our progress. I would like to thank all of the volunteers, families, and community partners who continue to assist our schools in preparation for inspection and reopening.”
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Congratulations, Wildcats!

8-3-23: Congratulations, to the school community, especially the staff and administration! This was posted on GDOE's Facebook Page:

"The Guam Department of Education (GDOE) would like to share with the island community that another school passed the Department of Public Health and Social Services (DPHSS) sanitary inspection. Luis P. Untalan Middle School (LPUMS) passed its week-long inspection.

GDOE is proud of the diligent work of LPUMS principal Agnes Guerrero and her school. Along with the GDOE Facilities & Maintenance team, Principal Guerrero and her team received a passing grade and can return to regular school operations."

LPUMS 6th Grade & New Student Orientations Held at UOG

Great job to the student volunteers with assistance from faculty advisors who presented at the New Students Orientations at the University of Guam on July 19 and 20. 

SY 23-24 New Student Orientation Presentation updated.pdf

Scroll to view slides that were presented (updated) during the Student Orientations on July 19 and 20. 

Wildcats Donate 2K to Typhoon Relief

Thank you to everyone who contributed to raise over $2,000 for PTA President Joe Cruz and his family whose home was devastated by Typhoon Mawar. The family expressed their gratitude at the generosity of the wildcat community when gift certificates and cash were presented to him recently. 

In the picture are Assistant Principal Mr. San Nicolas, Assistant Principal Ms. Elane, Principal Mrs. Guerrero, Mr. Cruz, Administrative Officer Ms. Superales and teacher coordinator Mrs. Carino.

Seen During Summer '23

Staff clean up the campus after Typhoon Mawar.
The center court gets a facelift, first with the removal of the rubber tiles and then the planting of grass.
Campus maintenance
It's ceiling scraping time! Mr. Paul (right) and other staff make sure our hallway ceilings are ready for the new school year.

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What Grants Pay for At LPUMS 

Mes CHamoru 2023

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