Lake Shore Public Schools Newsline

Important Information:

  • Congratulations to Lake Shore High School, voted the Best High School in Metro Detroit by 96.3 WDVD!  Way to show that Shorian Pride!
  • Toy Drive: Rodgers Elementary is collecting new unused unwrapped toys for SCS Cops for Kids starting today until Friday December 5. We are collecting canned food for SCS Goodfellows from December 8-December 18. (Donations can be dropped off at anytime in the office.)
  • Food Drive: Masonic Heights Student Council is sponsoring a SCS Goodfellows Canned Food Drive – Dec. 1st through Dec. 12th. We are collecting canned foods and dry goods in each classroom. They are also collecting unwrapped toys for SCS Cops for Kids Toy Drive through Dec. 19th.  Donations can be brought to the office.
  • Attention 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students:  Help a child in need have a very Merry Christmas this year!
    National Junior Honor Society is sponsoring a toy drive for the Lighthouse Outreach Center in Roseville.  This year, instead of donating a new toy we are asking for donations of money.  Our goal is to collect $840.00.  If every student donated $1.00 we would be able to reach our goal.  The toy drive will run from Monday, December 1st through Friday, December 12th. This is a competition between grade level teams.  In each core teachers’ room you will find a small gift box.  Simply place your donation in the box.  The team that collects the most money will be treated to milk and Christmas cookies some time during the week of December 15th .  Please be generous and help someone less fortunate have a Merry Christmas!
  • The Annual LS Athletic Booster Raffle Fundraiser is under way!- 100% of profits go to the sports programs.  Tickets are $10 donation available in the Athletic Department Office.
  • Preschool Registration - The Great Start Readiness Preschool registration period is open.Click here for more info.
  • Explore Careers in Manufacturing and Technology- Dec. 2, 2014, 5:30-8:00 pm
    Macomb Sports & Expo Center Click here for more information.

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