OurLSPS Events

Free Clinic, Free Admission to May 22nd Lacrosse Game

Come learn about the fastest growing sport in America, opportunities to play, and catch the action as the Shorians take on Cass Tech on Wednesday, May 22nd at 6:00 pm. Our free clinic will take place at 5:00 pm, an hour before the game, and is open to anyone who is interested in the sport. Coaches and players will be present to teach the fundamentals of the game as well as sportsmanship and teamwork. This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for all levels! Everyone is invited to attend this clinic and/or game with free admission.

At Lake Shore, we believe a balance of academics and athletics creates a well-rounded student. Students who participate in sports not only gain the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle, they also learn lessons about sportsmanship, leadership, teamwork, cooperation, respect, and knowing how to win and lose. 

Lacrosse Game

Class of 2019 Important Dates

The Class of 2019 and their loved ones will find it necessary to organize these important event dates into a calendar/planner or an app like Wunderlist/Trello. 

This link provides information on T3 exams, spirit week, honors convocation rehearsal, cap/gown distribution, honors convocation, senior video presentation, graduation rehearsal, seniors last walk, elementary bus tour, and the commencement ceremony.

Lake Shore Summer Programs

Lake Shore acknowledges the importance of keeping kids learning, safe and healthy every summer, ensuring they return to school in the fall ready to succeed in the year. This is why we offer an opportunity for students to attend Summer School, SACC Summer Camp, Summer Culture Camp, KinderConnect and First Fundamentals Camp, Science Literacy Camp, and Math Mindset Summer Camp, Camp Invent. These camp experiences are making a life-changing difference in the lives of young people. 

Schedule Your Sports Physical Today

We are excited to announce Mobile MD is coming to Lake Shore High School! Mobile MD is a full service medical bus that will be providing sports physicals at the low cost of only $25 per student. They will be parked at Lake Shore High School on June 6th from 3:00-8:00 pm. Their professional, compassionate, and experienced medical staff will be ready to provide your child with the care and attention they deserve. To book online, use this link.

OurLSPS Stories

Inspiration

Commencement Marks New Beginning for MOCI Students

Seven students from the Class of 2019 graduated from the MOCI Special Education program. After our Band played Pomp and Circumstance, students received individual recognition from their senior mentors, spoke about their own favorite memories, listened to our Women's Chamber Choir sing, watched a slideshow highlighting the year’s achievements, and were officially declared graduates with the moving of the tassel from right to left. Students looked beautiful, adorned in their graduation regalia, and celebrated this achievement with staff, friends, family, and cake. Congratulations Tyler Cranston, Malayna Anthony, William Moore, LeRoy Hannah, Hailee Schalm, Quinn Dominick, and Alan Martin!

MOCI Graduation

Breakthrough for Brain Tumors Walk

The Lake Shore team participated in the BT5K Michigan Breakthrough for Brain Tumors Run & Walk, an inspiring and fun event benefiting the American Brain Tumor Association. Our Lake Shore team supported our co-worker and friend, Emily Tims! Emily was diagnosed with Glioblastoma earlier this year and is working with her team of doctors to treat her brain cancer. We all miss seeing Emily at school very much and we want her to know how much she is loved. She surprised everyone by making an appearance today!

Thank you, Lake Shore Community, for joining this team in support of Emily and the nearly 700,000 people currently living with a brain tumor. Because of your donations, we raised $4,125 to show her support and raise awareness for this great cause.

Tims Support

Lake Shore Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Lake Shore High School's Athletic Department celebrated its college-bound student-athletes with a letter-of-intent signing day. As an opportunity for family and friends to share in the big moment, each coach attends as our Athletic Director, Mr. Hartley, gives a short background about the signee. Congratulations to the following 13 students:

  • David Decruydt at Lawrence Technological University for Bowling
  • Jaclyn Dietz at Alma College for Soccer
  • Ross Dunkley at Tiffin University for Soccer
  • Jacob Frogge at Indiana Institute of Technology for Bowling
  • Christian Gaiera at Madonna University for Football
  • Michael Gaiera at Madonna University for Football
  • Malik Hill at Madonna University for Football
  • Jessica Ludwick at University of Michigan-Dearborn for Bowling
  • Anthony Marsiglio at Madonna University for Football
  • Haley Marsiglio at Saginaw Valley State University for Cheerleading
  • Melik Miner at Madonna University for Football
  • Katie Ratledge at Indiana Institute of Technology for Softball
  • Hannah Smigielski at Concordia University for Soccer

Athletic Signing

Kennedy Middle School Raises $2,590.40 for LLS

Mrs. Gough's 6th Hour winning class presented a check to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. During a two week cash and coin donation period, Kennedy Middle School raised $2,590.40 for Pasta for Patients, with Mrs. Gough's class contributing $580. We would like to give a special shout out to the following students: Andrew Yandura brought in over $100 in change, Jacob Trojan, Emily Evoe brought a bag of change in almost every day for 3 weeks straight, Hannah Flynn, Olivia Waldecker, Megan Muczynski, and Skylar Lane who made other significant contributions.

In addition, our Great Start Readiness Preschool students at Rodgers Elementary won a trip to the Olive Garden for raising the most money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

LLS

Innovation

STEAM and AP Computer Science Added to Curriculum

Two new courses have been approved by our Board of Education for the 2019-20 school year.

AP Computer Science Principles offers a multidisciplinary approach to teaching the underlying principles of computation. The course will introduce students to the creative aspects of programming, abstractions, algorithms, large data sets, the Internet, cybersecurity concerns, and computing impacts. AP Computer Science Principles also gives students the opportunity to use current technologies to create computational artifacts for both self-expression and problem solving. Together, these aspects of the course make up a rigorous and rich curriculum that aims to broaden participation in computer science.

Elementary STEAM Special will provide a project-based learning opportunity for K-5 students centered around Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math. Experiences will include design-thinking, collaboration, research, presentation, and digital citizenship. The STEAM course will support the development of skills necessary to support a successful Lake Shore graduate. The special will be scheduled as part of the elementary "specials" programming.


Dash Robot

Preparation for Elementary Media Center Renovations

Governor Whitmer recognizes April as School Library Month in Michigan. School librarians curate collections and promote access to books and information, teach information literacy and digital literacy skills, and support technology integration and innovation. It is just as important to have personnel for these activities to function as it is to have a place. But not just any setting. Our vision is to transform our media centers into the focal point of every school.

Construction begins on May 1 at Lake Shore Public Schools to renovate all three elementary libraries. Because today's libraries are shifting into an environment for students and teachers to collaborate, restructuring these spaces is necessary.

Changes in physical structure and aesthetics will include new lighting and carpeting, updated small group rooms for collaborating, sharing, and learning, and planning for flexible use of space. In addition, plans for flexible checkout times are also being considered. With the help of Destiny Discover, students are able to browse, search, and access our school library’s resources. Students may instantly see whether or not a book is in, browse ebook selections, search by topic, or listen to an audiobook!

Media Specialist and Instructional Coach Amanda McCarthy is one of our leaders in charge of these positive changes. She and the Media Technicians, Nicole Dombro, Teresa Seymour, Laurie Cataldo, have worked tirelessly to weed through outdated books and supplies, boxing up and storing library materials in preparation for this upcoming renovation. She shared, " It is important to focus library space on the development of the learning. which this renovation will serve to do.”

With a projected completion date of the fall, elementary students will be excited to explore new books and learning opportunities.

Library Renovations

Celebration

Courageous Shorians Take the Oath of Enlistment 

At the United States Military Enlistment Ceremony held on May 15th, 12 Lake Shore High School students were recognized: Jack LaPinta and Caleb Snell, Michigan Air Guard, Justin Chambe and Julia Munger United States Air Force, Christzian Caza and Nicole Lorenz, United States Army, Matthew Janowiak, Michael Paras, Allexa Radcliffe, Gavin Smith, Eukhy StaAna, Myuana Wideman, United States Navy. With May being designated as Military Appreciation Month, it is appropriate that they honor these students today. The whole intent of the event was to honor, serve, remember, recognize, and appreciate those who served, are serving, and will serve this great country as part of the military.

We celebrate the courage it takes to stand up and say “I will serve”. Thank you for your commitment to the protection and service of this great nation. We appreciate the fact our students are willing to enlist into our armed services, recognize that this means days away from home and family, blood sweat, tears, sacrifice, and challenges. We will remember you long after today, for whether in uniform or out, across the sea or across the street, you will forever be a Shorian. Thank you Staff Sergeant Janea Cook of the Michigan Air Guard, Technical Sergeant Jason Ingersoll of the United States Air Force, Sergeant First Class William Murray of the United States Army and Petty Office Second Class Jordan Greene of the United States Navy for representing their chosen branch of the military and to United States Lieutenant Iman Parirokh for administering the oath of enlistment. We also appreciate the War Memorial of Grosse Pointe for your representation at our event.

Enlistment Ceremony

Recognizing our MMSTC Students

MMSTC’s 27th graduating class consisting of 67 members, 6 being from Lake Shore, were offered $614,190 in scholarships as a whole. On April 23rd, they celebrated their accomplishments at Wyndham Garden in Sterling Heights at a Senior Dinner. Our own Lauren Livernois served as the Master of Ceremonies for the event. The following Lake Shore students have declared their major and selected where they will attend college:

Kianna Dixon, Environmental Science at Central Michigan University
Lauren Livernois, Chemical Engineering at University of Michigan
Jessica Ludwick, Criminal Justice at University of Michigan-Dearborn
Nathan Orlando, Biomedical Engineering at Lawrence Technological University
Dorothy Paulson, Software Engineering at Michigan Technological University
Elizabeth Stacheit, Physician Assistant at University of Detroit Mercy

MMSTC Students

School Buses Pass Safety Points Inspection

At Lake Shore, we pride ourselves in our yellow transportation system. Our 10 bus drivers transport to Rodgers Elementary, Masonic Heights Elementary, and Kennedy Middle School as well as all Athletic events during the school year. They are personable and dedicated to ensuring safety for everyone aboard. According to Transportation Coordinator Sandy Defer, we have accumulated over 62,000 miles since September and will complete over 112 field trip routes, with the furthest being Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio or The Pinery in Canada.

With a combined 200 years of service and an average 16 years of service, please congratulate our Transportation Department for having all 12 buses meet every safety points and receive a green tag from the Michigan State Police.

Green Tag

Rodgers Participates in ACES

Rodgers Elementary students live, laugh and learn in a global celebration of physical activity during ACES (All Children Exercise Simultaneously). This celebration helps to teach children the important roles physical activity and proper nutrition play in healthy living.

ACES is a one-day event aiming to education children about the importance of lifelong fitness, and to end the negative stereotype that children are physically unfit. ACES has student participants from all 50 states and 50 countries. Michigan schools have joined together in large numbers to demonstrate their commitment to active lifestyles. This year, over 1000 schools and programs are registered.

At Rodgers Elementary, the students celebrated ACES by stop drop and exercise activities and a whole school walk-a-thon on the track! The school has was also joined by Paul Genaw II, Farm Bureau Insurance agent in Saint Clair Shores. Paul was honored to be our special guest and to take part in this fitness celebration by sponsoring our school.

ACES is organized by the Michigan Fitness Foundation and sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance and the Michigan Department of Transportation. This partnership allows MFF to provide free materials, including stickers and newsletters, for each of the estimated 300,000 participants from over 1000 schools.

ACES Certificate

OurLSPS Calendar

Note: Each school (LSPSLSHS, Kennedy, Masonic, Rodgers, Violet) has a building-specific Events Calendar.

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OurLSPS Flyers

OurLSPS Enroll

Kindergarten Registration

Take your next steps toward graduation with Lake Shore Public Schools by joining the Class of 2032. 

Become a Member of the Lake Shore Family

Macomb County families seeking a quality education for the K-11 students are invited to apply to Lake Shore Public Schools through the Schools of Choice program by downloading and submitting the following forms: 

SOC

OurLSPS Food Service

Meet Up and Eat Up

In 2018, Lake Shore fed 571 breakfasts and 584 lunches during the first week of the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), a governmental program ensuring that children in lower-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations, when they do not have access to the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs. The SFSP, also known as Meet Up and Eat Up, is operated at the local level by program Sponsors and is administered in Michigan by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), Office of Health and Nutrition Services. Our goal is to surpass last year’s totals of 2,802 breakfasts and 2,902 lunches served.

At Masonic Heights Elementary, Violet Elementary, and North Lake High School, breakfast is served from 8-9:00 a.m. and lunch is served from 11-12:30 p.m. from July 8-August 8. We refuse to allow 3 out of 5 children to go hungry. Bon Appétit!

Meet Up Eat Up

OurLSPS Highlights

Lake Shore Public Schools serves 3,516 students in 5 schools which cover a diverse student population. Enroll as a resident or schools of choice student.

Highlights include:

  • Generous community passed a $35 million Safety, Security, and Technology Bond.
  • District-wide 1:1 initiative designed to cultivate learning using Chromebooks.
  • Championship athletic programs with league and state titles.
  • Anti-bullying programs to provide all students with a safe learning environment.
  • Fine and Performing Arts programs participate in state and national competitions.
  • International Exchange programs with China, Spain, Germany, and Italy.
  • Advanced Placement, Early College, Dual Enrollment, Career and Technical Education, online, Advanced English Language Arts, and Mathematics classes.
  • Lake Shore employees live and breathe the philosophy that every child shall receive an exceptional education in a safe and nurturing environment.


Lake Shore Public Schools is a place of possibilities and a Shorian experience is life changing. Show off your #ShorianPride and check off some of the sweet adventures that Lake Shore has to offer. How many have you conquered? 

OurLSPS Mission

Lake Shore Public Schools provides an exceptional education for all 3,516 students in a safe and nurturing environment.  Our students are empowered to excel in an evolving global society, supported by the collaborative effort of staff, families, and community. 

From preschool through our graduating seniors, Lake Shore students are a part of a strong school system that works hard every day for the benefit of our students. Our guiding principles, Inspiration, Innovation, and Celebration, are woven into the fabric of everything we do.    

Lake Shore offers accelerated learning opportunities starting in elementary school. Students consistently have strong test scores, and teachers utilize the latest technology to track individual student progress throughout the school year. The district currently offers foreign language starting in Kindergarten. Elementary students enjoy daily enrichment opportunities and a full calendar of extracurricular activities.  Our middle and high schools are home to award winning athletics and fine and performing art programs. Lake Shore offers dual enrollment and early college opportunities for students free of charge.

Macomb County families seeking a quality education for the preschool-11th grade students are invited to apply through our Schools of Choice program, but it is currently closed at this time. Residents may apply using our Resident Enrollment process.

This is #myLSPS.

Mission

OurLSPS Teachers

Excellence in teaching deserves to be recognized. Lake Shore Public Schools proudly announces the following 2019 Teachers of the Year:

Paula Crippen
Masonic Heights Elementary

Paula Crippen

Kelli Herr
Rodgers Elementary

Kelli Herr

Jennifer Rafferty
Violet Elementary

Jennifer Rafferty

Mary Stahl
Kennedy Middle School

Mary Stahl

Matthew Smith
Lake Shore High School

Matthew Smith

OurLSPS Instagram

As the Class of 2019 counts down the days until graduation, photos will be taken, memories will be made and preparations for the future will be set in motion. Congratulations to our 325 Senior graduates featured on our Instagram account.

OurLSPS OK2Say

At Lake Shore, school safety is a high priority and promote resources that help us to accomplish that goal. OK2Say encourages confidential tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools. 

OK2Say

By the Numbers

550 employees
3,516 students
3 elementary schools
1 middle school
1 high school
1 alternative education school
64,605 school breakfasts served
235,984 school lunches served
124,369 bus miles
2,280 Chromebooks distributed
325 Class of 2019 graduates
1 Lake Shore

Points of Pride

During the 2018-19 school year, there have been many reminders of what Lake Shore Public Schools stands for. Please enjoy our Points of Pride Alphabet Book, a collection of reasons why Lake Shore is our home.

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