Welcome to 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."
If you have any immediate questions or concerns, please call the Main Office at 1 (671) 300-2726. You may also email us at email@example.com.
- Mrs. Agnes Guerrero - School Principal (Teacher & Staff Evaluations, Business Office) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ms. Corazon Elane - Assistant Principal (Curriculum & Special Programs). Email: email@example.com
- Mr. Jesse San Nicolas - Assistant Principal (Student Support). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ms. Jeanette Superales - Administrative Officer (Payroll, Fixed Assets, Requisitions, Facilities & Maintenance, Non-Appropriated Funds, Sentry Assignments). Email: email@example.com
National Junior Honor Society Inducts Members
March 18, 2023—The National Junior Honor Society inducted its new members at the University of Guam Lecture Hall. Thank you to the NJHS Advisors for coordinating a successful event. Scroll through our photos from Premium Art Photo.
LPUMS Holds Annual School-Wide Science Fair
March 16, 2023—Thank you to our volunteer judges and our Science teachers for creating another successful Science Fair! Scroll through our pictures for some behind the scenes.
Silibrasion Gupot CHamoru Opens
March 10, 2023—Wildcats began Silibrasion Gupot CHamoru with an opening ceremony in the school gym. Please scroll through our pics for a behind the scenes.
Wildcats Perform at Tumon Bay Music Festival
March 4, 2023—Congratulations to our Recorder Quarter for rating silver at the Tumon Bay Music Festival (pictured left)! The LPUMS Band was also adjudicated at the Lotte Hotel Guam on March 7.
Wildcats wish Francisco a full recovery
Francisco in good spirits at Guam Memorial Hospital.
On Tuesday, Feb. 28, one of our students was using the crosswalk in front of our school when he was hit by a pickup truck.
Our 7th grade student, Francisco, was assisted by school personnel who called 911, diverted traffic and shielded him with umbrellas. Parents were notified, and he was promptly transported to Guam Memorial Hospital. He sustained injuries as a result of the accident.
Students and school personnel wrote him get well cards brought by his Cougars team teachers, Ms. Diaz and Mrs. Benavente.
These are read over the intercom by the Student Body Association officers at the beginning of each day.