SY 2021-2022 First Semester
News & Announcements

News & Announcements

Semester ends Jan. 10 & Other Important Dates


1-7-22: Check out the updated January Block & Bell Calendar. Take note that the First Semester ends on January 10, with some online students transferring their Mode of Learning (MOL) back to Face-to-Face beginning on January 11. Report cards will be distributed toward the middle of the month and at the end of the month, we will begin Picture Days from January 31 to Feb. 4.

Jingle Jungle 2021: Virtual Talent Show

12-17-21: Watch our wildcats show off their talents for our Jingle Jungle 2021: Virtual Talent Show. Video also highlights some pictures of wildcats dressing up during December Spirit Week.

Input Sought for LPUMS 2023 Budget Hearing on Wednesday, Dec. 15

12-15-21: Parents & Guardians—If you didn't get the notifications via email and text, please review these letters that were sent out on Dec. 7 & 13 about the 2023 Budget Hearing on Wednesday, Dec. 15.

If you are unable to make it to the hearing, please complete the Stakeholder Input form and email it to

  • For more info, we have provided access to the PowerPoint Budget Presentation.

L.P. UNTALAN MS FY 2023 Budget Presentation_updated.ppt

2023 Budget Presentation


Stakeholder Input Form

or click here use this Online Input Form

SPARK Arrives at Untalan through New Equipment and Teacher Training

SPARK Trained: (From left) Mr. Mangune, Ms. Pieper, and Mr. Martin from the LPUMS Physical Education Department received online training in preparation for new equipment that will enhance the school's PE program.

12-10-21: Three Luis P. Untalan Middle School physical education teachers received training in the SPARK middle school curriculum from Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1. Mr. Emmanuel Mangune, Ms. Jasmine Pieper, and Mr. Merwin Martin were trained in 16 modules totaling three hours of synchorous Zoom sessions. SPARK, according to their website, is a company dedicated to creating, implementing, and evaluating research-based programs that promote life-long wellness.

The training is part of a federal grant by the University of Guam that will bring a plethora of new equipment worth about $10,000 to the school. "We will also be able to teach new health-enhancing activities to our students to encourage life-long, healthy activity that has yet to be done at our school," said Mr. Mangune, the head of the LPUMS PE department.

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NEW PE EQUIPMENT: Some of the SPARK equipment were recently delivered to the school by the University of Guam.

Wildcats Ring in the Holiday Cheer with Spirit Week on Dec. 13-17

12-9-21: The last week before Christmas Break will be Spirit Week at the Luis P. Untalan Middle School campus. Please view the calendar to take part in the daily themes.

Students are reminded to follow the school's dress-down policy in the Student Handbook. Also, if students are not participating in Spirit Week, they should wear the school uniform.

PTA Meeting on Dec. 10

12-9-21: Please join us for the December Parent-Teacher Association meeting on Friday, Dec. 10 at 6pm via Zoom.

Join Zoom Meeting link:

Meeting ID: 943 6554 7813

Passcode: LPUMSPTA

Wildcats Highlight Programs on K57 Radio Show

12-3-21: Two seasoned teachers and our principal highlighted three of Luis P. Untalan Middle School's programs with GuamDOE Deputy Superintendent Joe Sanchez, who was guest-hosting Tony Lamorena's radio talk show on K57. Advanced Robotics teacher Juvy Carino talked about the history and benefits of the school's STEM program which began almost a decade ago, while Pre-AP Social Studies teacher Rodney Pama discussed the school's Pre-AP program, which began with one team in SY 2015-2016. Principal Agnes Guerrero added information to both topics. Before their one-hour was up, the group also discussed the successes and challenges in piloting standards-based grading since 2016, which has now been implemented district-wide. "We have so many exceptional programs that started at Untalan," Mrs. Carino said. "We were fortunate enough to highlight some of those during the program and yet we didn't have enough time to mention all of the amazing learning activities that our teachers and students do with just STEM & Pre-AP! But I hope the public had a glimpse of all the hard work and learning that continues to happen on our campus."

Deputy Superintendent Joe Sanchez was radio guest host on K57 from 1pm-5pm on Dec. 2 and 3.
Mrs. Guerrero, Mr. Pama, and Mrs. Carino discussed the school programs: STEM, Pre-AP, and standards-based grading.
Mrs. Guerrero (left) has been a principal at LPUMS for the past 6 years and Mrs. Carino (middle) and Mr. Pama (right) have been at LPUMS for over 23 years.

Wildcats Attend District Court Workshop on Emotional Intelligence

LPUMS teacher Liana Benavente (2nd to right) and counselor Dhyana Edwards (far right) stand with Deputy Superintended Erika Cruz (at mic) during the culmination of the workshop at the Guam District Court.

12-3-21: Luis P. Untalan Middle School Counselor Dhyana Edwards and 7th grade Social Studies teacher Liana Benavente attended the Emotional Intelligence Workshop at the Guam District Court.

Sponsored by the Pacific Judicial Council, the 2-day workshop was also attended by faculty & staff from Tiyan High School, Cabullido Elementary, the CNMI district, and (via Zoom) schools from Palau, Pohnlei, Kosrae, Chuuk, and Yap.

LPUMS Counselor Dhyana Edwards said that the curriculum is very important for all students: "I am so proud that LPUMS was chosen to pilot a curriculum that will help develop our students’ emotional intelligence. Because it has a scope and sequence that covers from the elementary years through high school, it can potentially have a positive impact on our entire community if students continue to apply the skills they learn in the program as adults."

Face-to-Face Classes Resume 5-Days of Attendance

GEB Requires Return to 5 Days of Instruction on Nov 29 - FINAL.pdf

11-24-21: A resolution from the Guam Education Board last night voted to require GDOE schools to resume 5-day attendance for face-to-face classes starting next week. Today, the Superintendent sent out the following release, mandating that all schools begin regular schedules for all students who are attending face-to-face classes starting Monday, Nov. 29, after returning from a 4-day Thanksgiving holiday. For Luis P. Untalan Middle School students on block schedule, Monday will be a black day 1st through 4th periods. Everyone, please continue to wear a mask, stay 6 feet away from others, and wash/sanitize your hands throughout the day.

Wildcats End November With Spirit Week

11-18-21: Get into the Fall/Thanksgiving spirit by dressing up in the Spirit Week themes for the days leading into the Thanksgiving Holiday. View the flyer for more info.

The themes are:

  • Positive Vibes Only

  • Thank Goodness It's Fall

Reminder: Students must use black bottoms and follow the dress code policy in the Student Handbook. Students not participating, must wear the school uniform.

Wildcats are Boys Volleyball Champs

11-16-21: Congratulations to the Luis P. Untalan Middle School Boys Volleyball team! They captured the Guam Interscholastic Sports Association's Boys Volleyball Championship for the 4th year in a row! The A-Team, lead by Head Coach Precious Pecson and Assistant Coach Khloe Owen, are co-champs with Benavente Middle School. They finished the season with a 13-1 record.

The A-Team (L-R, back row): Assistant Coach Khloe Owen, Talon Salas, Jace Dela Cruz, Eduardo Whitman, Ysidro Flores, Nathan Aguigui (captain), & Coach Precious Pecson. Front row: Caiden Alferos, Peter Perez, Jaeden Indalecio (captain), Ignacio Meno, Ayden Benavente, Caelen Duenas, and Antonio Duenas.
The B-Team (L-R): Matua Quitugua, Colin Meno, Connor Canos, Lance Acejo, Ethan-Jae Manibusan, Ean Cruz, Daniel Salas, Drayden Aguigui, Brok Cruz, Peter Barcinas, Koa Cruz, Jonathan Flis, Raiden Paulino, Travis Barcinas, John Burch III, James Madlangbayan, and Coach Khloe Owen.

PTA Solicits for Staff Appreciation

2021.11.16.Solicitation Letter - Staff Appreciation Day.pdf

11-16-21: Parents and guardians are asked to help with the cost of putting together the Staff Appreciation lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Please read the letter from PTA President Desiree Braga.

Change of Model of Learning Forms Sent Out


Parents/guardians may print this form or have their child check their student email for the form.

9-15-21: Online students wishing to switch to Face-to-Face Model of Learning (MOL) in Second Semester now have the chance. All online students were sent the forms through their student email. Deadline to submit the form is Friday, Nov. 19, 2021.

If students decide to remain online, they do not need to complete the form. If a student decides to switch, he/she must be aware that his/her team and electives may change. Space is limited so requests should be signed by parents/guardians and submitted to the school as soon as possible. Face-to-face will be effective Jan. 11, 2022.

Parents/guardians may submit the forms online through or in person at the school campus.

PTA Meeting Friday, Nov. 12 at 6pm

Please join us for our monthly Parent-Teacher Association Meeting via Zoom. Reminder, parents of students who are out-of-district must attend.

Join Zoom Meeting Link>>>>

Meeting ID: 943 6554 7813

Passcode: LPUMSPTA

District Testing for All Students Nov. 15-19

11-9-21: LPUMS students will be administered the AIMSweb Fall Testing in Reading and Math next week Nov. 15- 19. This testing is critical for reporting purposes to US Department of Education due to the abundance of funding our school has received through the Consolidated Grant and the Education Stabilization Fund. Since our Face-To-Face students will be tested, our Online students will also need to test at the school. Read Mrs. Guerrero's letter for more info.

Reminders: Online students taking the AIMSweb test on campus must wear their school uniform. Depending on when they are on campus, they can bring their meals (breakfast or lunch) or snacks, but they must eat in the cafeteria. They are also allowed to eat the Sodexo breakfast and/or lunch served in the cafeteria.

Testing will be done on student laptops.

Wildcat Cross Country Team Sprint to the Finish

11-10-21: Congratulations to the Luis P. Untalan Middle School Boys and Girls Cross Country Team for placing 3rd at the All-Island Meet at the John F. Kennedy High School track. Lead by Coach Vince Borja and Assistant Coach Naomi Uncangco, four of the wildcats placed in the Top 20 overall. For the Girls: Eighth grader Gwenizah Barcinas finished 2nd place overall with a time of 10:31, Seventh grader Alir'ha Munoz finished 10th place with a time of 11:37, and Eighth grader Jaelyn Han finished 11th place with a time of 11:41. For the Boys: Sixth grader Rey Duran finished 17th with a time of 10:38. Congratulations, Cross Country wildcats!

Gwenizah Barcinas

The 8th graders in Cross Country are (L-R, front row): Wen Huang, Aiden Topasna, Sean Guiang, Tristan Alvarez, Christian Hautea, and Aiden Kim. (L-R, Back row): Abigail Burch, Jacklyn Cuchapin, Callie Wong, Jaelyn Han, Cadence Guzman, and Gwenyzah Barcinas. Not pictured: Yicheng Wei.
The LPUMS Cross Country team are flanked by Assistant Coach Naiomi Uncangco (left) and Coach Vince Borja (right). The 7th & 6th grade team members are>> 7th Grade Girls: Amara Aguon, Abigail Lopez, Ali’rha Munoz, and Madison Ngiraingas. 7th Grade Boys: Blake Flory; 6th Grade Girls: Julia Dukes, Aryani Maghania, and Neveah Ericsson; 6th Grade Boys: Rey Duran.

Students: Sign up for 2nd Block Sports

11-9-21: Students who are interested in joining 2nd block sports can now sign up online! Athletes must have an updated physical to participate (Physicals can last 1 year). These Wildcat teams are looking for more players:

  • Girls Volleyball

  • Girls Rugby

  • Boys Soccer

  • Boys Rugby

Practice dates will be announced at a later date.

Parent-Teacher Conference on Nov. 1


10-22-21: The LPUMS Parent Teacher Conference is on November 1, 8:00-1:00pm via virtual, phone, or face-to-face. Teams have been sending out parent letters and information on how to make an appointment and/or reach them.

For further information, read the letter from LPUMS Principal Agnes Guerrero.

To contact teachers during the PTC, click this directory listing below.

Wildcat Family Celebrates Unity Day 2021

10-20&21: The Luis P. Untalan Middle School family celebrated Unity Day on Oct. 20 and 21, 2021 (due to having two cohort groups of students). Unity Day is a day to wear and share orange to show support for preventing bullying and promoting kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

For more info about Unity Day, go to

Wildcats dress up for spirit week

10-18-21: For the weeks of Oct. 18 to 29, spookiness is in the air at Luis P. Untalan as students and school personnel are encouraged to dress up in the daily themes to commemorate Drug-Free month and Halloween.

The themes are:

  • TEAM UP AGAINST DRUGS - 10/18 & 10/19

  • UNITY DAY - 10/20 & 10/21


  • FROM HEAD TO TOE, I'M DRUG FREE - 10/26 & 10/27

  • SAY "BOO" TO DRUGS - 10/28 & 10/29

View the flyer for more info or click here.

Wildcat campus mitigation plans highlighted in the news

10-15-21: The Luis P. Untalan Middle School campus was highlighted by the Guam Daily Post today. Deputy Superintendent Erika Cruz walks through the campus to show how the school's mitigation measures are keeping students safe.

Click on the video or go to this link.

Federally-Funded Supplies and Equipment Enrich Classes

Pictured receiving the supplies are, from left: LPUMS Principal Mrs. Agnes Guerrero, Mr. Benny Chargualaf, and Administrative Officer Ms. Jeanette Superales.

10-14-21: At least one STEM Science teacher's classes received their federally-funded supplies today to help set up the STEM garden. "Here in Room E104, my Lions are learning that we are not above nature but rather a part of it. We practice sustainability by reducing waste and planting vegetables in our school garden," said Mr. Benny Chargualaf, who said setting up the LPUMS garden has been an important goal for him and his students When all teachers were given an allotment of $1,000 to spend on classroom supplies and equipment, Mr. Chargualaf knew just what to order. The LPUMS Garden has provided students with lessons that they will shape everyone's future. "We speak of a future that one day, Guahan and its people can feed ourselves. That when we respect nature, nature in turn takes care of us."

The supplies were administered by the Guam Department of Education (GDOE)- Federal Programs division/grants office and funded by the U.S. Department of Education - Consolidated Grant to the Outlying Areas and the Education Stabilization Fund - State Educational Agency (ESF-SEA).

Wildcats in the News: 'Teachers Nurture Aquaponics'

10-13-21: Ms. Arlene Castro, 8th grade Science teacher in the Pre-AP Jaguars team, was one of the teachers featured in the Guam Daily Post article:

'Teachers nurture interest in aquaponics among students'

She is quoted as saying, "Students quickly learn that ecosystems are self-sustaining and can survive on their own, and aquaponics is a simulation of an ecosystem which they have to constantly maintain – turning their responsibilities into a multitude of simple experiments."

Click on the button below to read the article.

PTA Meeting and Open House this Friday 10-8-21

10-6-21: There will be a VIRTUAL Parent-Teacher Association Meeting and Open House this Friday, Oct. 8 beginning at 6pm. Parents, guardians, and other stakeholders can join the meeting through Zoom.

To join, please click on the link and use the following password:

Meeting ID: 943 6554 7813 Passcode: LPUMSPTA

After the PTA meeting, parents, guardians and other stakeholders can meet with their child's core team teachers and electives. Click the orange button below to go to the Open House 2021 page.

LPUMS Parent Letter 100621.pdf

Letter from Mrs. Guerrero

Meeting Flyer

Ms. Kathy Salas, from Team Cheetahs, edited this video to help all parents and guardians become familiar with our LPUMS campus and to meet the many wildcats who support our students!

GDOE Seeks Your Input Through Surveys

10-1-21: Guam Department of Education is seeking input from all stakeholders. It is the end of the 4th quarter (for the fiscal year) and they must collect data for activities conducted under the Education Stabilization Fund. This is done quarterly to show the effective use of the department's dollars. Please select your title/position from the survey links below.

Wildcats Return to Face-to-Face Classes Sept. 27

9-22-21: Students under the Face-to-Face Mode of Learning will be returning to the campus on Sept. 27. Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero's Executive Order No. 2021-23, lifted the suspension of in-person classes as early as Sept. 20. There will be two cohorts, for students with last names from A-J and K-Z. Families with children who have different last names who would like to attend school at the same time may make arrangements with the administration.

Parents and guardians were informed today via the school bulletin system through Robocalls, emails, and texts. Please read the letter from Principal Agnes Guerrero.


Letter from LPUMS Principal

Cohort Calendar (Updated)

Wildcat Makes it to Prestigious List for Science Fair Project

9-9-21: Luis P. Untalan Middle School 7th grade Jaguar, Anaiah Skye Tareyama, has made it into the Society for Science and Broadcom Foundation's Top 300 competitors in the 2021 Broadcom MASTERS® — the nation’s premier STEM competition for middle school students. She was selected among 1,841 entrants from around the nation for her Science Fair project from May 2021.

"It makes me excited and proud of myself because this is the first time Guam was represented in the Broadcom MASTERS," Anaiah said in a statement, "and to have placed in the Top 300 is an extreme honor."

"I would like to thank Mrs. Guerrero and Ms. Castro for their support and encouragement,"she said. "Special thanks to my family for always believing in me."

7th grader wins top prize for study on water quality in Guam's jungles

9-10-21: KUAM News interviewed Anaiah today. Watch the interview.

Sept. 7: Online Classes Begin and Learning Center Resumes

9-7-21: Online classes begin today. Classes follow the regular block bell schedule. Students should check with individual teachers via email or through Google Classroom post for their Zoom or Google Meet links for synchronous classes online.

The Community Learning Centers—where students can bring a laptop and utilize the school WIFI or use one of the school laptops—will resume operations today from 7am to 4pm in the school cafeteria. Please view the flyer for more information. Any GDOE student is welcomed, from elementary to high school, as long as they register here.

Parents Turn out for Laptop Distribution

9-1-21: Starting Sept. 1, parents were able to come on campus to borrow a school laptop for their child to use for online learning. The staff and administration organized the distribution, which was overwhelmingly successful as all of the laptops were distributed, with some parents who registered waiting for the following week so more laptops from the classroom carts could be set up.

Staff member Tony Chaco sets up the laptop while a parent fills out the application.

The distribution center was at the front parking lot from 8am to 2pm.

Staff member Joanna Santos shows the parent how to log in.

Staff member Terrance Sablan answers questions from a parent.

Staff member Jerar Umipig readies the laptop as a parent and child fill out the application.

Update from Mrs. Guerrero, LPUMS Principal

8-30-21: Read Mrs. Guerrero's most recent letter to parents/guardians and view the revised September block schedule calendar.

LPUMS Parent Letter 083021.docx.pdf

Principal's Letter

September Calendar

September Block & Bell Schedule

MIFI & Laptop Applications

8-30-21: As all students transition online, parents/guardians can still apply to lease equipment from the school for their child. Below are the applications for the MIFI devices and student laptops. Please fill out the application by printing and submitting the completed application(s) to the school by Wednesday, SEPT. 1 or emailing the completed application(s) to (email MUST be titled and labeled "LAPTOP APPLICATION"). Distribution of laptops will be from 8am to 2pm at the front of the school from Wednesday, Sept. 1 to Friday, Sept. 3. Please bring in the application or submit it online (you will receive a confirmation email).

PATH Application - draft 14_12.24.20atg.pdf

MIFI Application

Providing Access to Homes (PATH) application for MIFI Devices

Student Device Application TECHNOLOGY FORM.pdf

Laptop Application

Student Device Application for laptop lease

Face-to-Face Classes Suspended

8-30-21: Beginning Monday, Aug. 30, face-to-face classes have been suspended until further notice due to an executive order from Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero. Interscholastic sports has also been suspended. Please review the Executive Order 2021-21 for more information and the graphic below for more info.

From Aug. 30 until Sept. 3, GDOE will undergo professional development to prepare for all classes going online. No classes will be held this week, and classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 7 (Monday is Labor Day holiday). Read Superintendent Jon Fernandez's message on PNC

Student Attendance Procedures

In front of the Student Support Office (SSO), there is a basket and black box to drop off your excuse notes (see picture).

8-20-21: Face-to-face students who are absent from any of their classes must provide a note from a parent/guardian in order for their absence to be marked excused in Powerschool.

For Online students, please have a parent/guardian email an excuse note to Mrs. Gaylene Cruz, the assistant principal of Special Programs:

Help with Student Emails

8-19-21: All Luis P. Untalan Middle School students have a GDOE email address in the format: If students and their parents/guardians need assistance in resetting the password that was first given to them or one they set that they have forgotten, a parent/guardian can contact their child's team designated faculty for resetting passwords. Click on this link for the list.

Block Schedule Revised

8-18-21 Update: The bell schedule for this school year is Block: with 80-minute classes, 3 lunch periods, and two sets of alternating Black Days and Orange Days. It has been revised to remove the Wildcat Days on Fridays. For example>>> Aug 12: Black Day, Aug. 13: Orange Day, Aug. 16: Black Day, Aug. 17: Orange Day, Aug. 18: Black Day, Aug. 19: Orange Day, Aug. 20: Black Day.

8-18-21 Update: We will no longer have Wildcat Days on Fridays. The number of transition with having all 7 classes plus the 3 lunches is anticipated to cause more disruption and increased exposure of all students in the hallways.

Students Get Free School Supplies

Student Body Association representatives hold the packet of supplies that were given to all students. From left: Jordan K., Anaiah T., Mrs. Guerrero, Sarai D.C., and Tristan A.

Students received:
  • 3 composition notebooks
  • 1 pack college rule filler paper
  • 2 pocket assorted colored folders
  • 2 pens
  • 8 count of pencils
  • 2 block erasers
  • 1 box of crayons or colored pencils
  • 5 fabric masks (please wash before using)

8-18-21: Face-to-Face students this week were given an opportunity of pick up free school supplies during their lunch periods. Online students were able to pick up their set of supplies on Aug. 9. This is Round 1 for supplies, with a second round to include a different set of supplies for all students. The supplies were purchased with federal funds.

Student Transportation to School

Bus Riders


Students must only enter through the front walker gate at the front of the school. Students are not allowed to enter or leave at any of the side gates.

Car Riders

Pick up & Drop-off Area Update 8-13-21: Pick up and drop off areas have returned to the back parking lot of the school. It was previously moved to the front due to construction.

  • All car riders must be picked up no later than 3:40pm. Please adhere to this time because staff members have to stay back beyond their duty day to monitor students not picked up.

Reminders about COVID-19 Safety Procedures

One of the new procedures when students first enter campus is to wash their hands at one of three hand-washing stations at the front of the school. They will also have to do this at the beginning of each lunch period. Thank you to the LPUMS PTA for purchasing the washing stations. View the full video below.

Remember the three W's to reduce your risk of COVID-19: WEAR your mask, WATCH your distance, and WASH your hands frequently.

Staff prepare for school opening

WILDCATS PREPARE—The staff of Luis P. Untalan Middle School prepared the school campus for weeks before classes started. From cutting the grass to unloading boxes of supplies to painting the hallways to getting student technology prepared, our staff worked really hard during the summer.

First Day of Face-to-Face Classes Aug. 12

PRESS RELEASE GDOE Provides Back-to-School Information- Classes Start on August 12th .pdf

8-5-21: The Guam Department of Education sent out a press release about back-to-school information for parents/guardians and students. Please click on the document to review the press release.

Orientation for Wildcats in Online Mode of Learning

8-3-21: Luis P. Untalan Middle School students who are enrolled in online learning for SY2021-2022, should attend the online meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 9am. Parents/guardians are also encouraged to attend. Below are the meeting details:

Topic: LPUMS Online Learner Orientation

Time: Aug 7, 2021 09:00 AM Pacific/Guam

8-9-21 Update: For those who missed the orientation for online learners, the online orientation presentation can be viewed by clicking this link below:

Orientation flyer


Parent/Guardian Letter of Online Learners

8-3-21: Parents and guardians of online learners, please click on the letter to read an important message from Mrs. Guerrero about the up-coming school year.

Wildcats Present at Student Orientations

Copy of July 2021 Student Orientation Presentation

Click above to view the important presentation.

7-28-21: Preparation for the new school went into full gear as the LPUMS campus welcomed new students and their parents/guardians. Current wildcats spent part of their summer getting ready and presenting to new students in the school's cafeteria for Student Orientations that were held from July 26-28. Presenters were (from left): Selene Avellana, Ali'rha Munoz, Sarai Dela Cruz, Tristan Alvarez, Tanna San Agustin, Jordan Calimlim, and Amelia Garcia. Not pictured is Anaiah Tareyama.

Parents: Finalize your Child's Mode of Learning

7/23/21: Parents or guardians who wish to change their child's Mode of Learning (MOL) from online to face-to-face would need to email Ms. Corazon Elane, Curriculum Administrator, at

The deadline to change MOL is Friday, July 23 by 5pm in order to finalize the schedules for all students. A SWIFT announcement via phone, text and email was sent out, informing parents and guardians to call the school at 300-2726/27 by the deadline.

Mandatory Uniform Policy Re-instituted

7/19/21: Parents and students, please review the Mandatory Uniform Policy that has been re-instituted for the up-coming school year at Luis P. Untalan Middle School. The flyer has a list of what students should and shouldn't do in terms of how to wear the uniform properly. <updated 7/23/21>

All students returning to LPUMS for SY 2021-2022 must follow the school’s uniform policy. Uniform tops and black bottoms are mandatory. The official uniform vendor is GINO’S in Tamuning. If you have any questions, please contact the school at 300-2726.