Lakeshore Public Schools

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     Welcome to Lakeshore Public Schools
     

    You won't find a town called Lakeshore on a map, but you'll soon feel the Lakeshore community - and LANCER PRIDE - in your heart. We believe all children deserve an engaging and inspiring education - and the opportunity to discover and pursue their own paths. With Passionate educators, the latest technology and unique opportunities, Lakeshore does more than equip our students to succeed in life - we empower them to lead their lives with character and integrity.


    ANNUAL EDUCATION REPORTS

    District Annual Education Report Cover Letter     District Data           

    High School Education Report Cover Letter     High School Data 

    Middle School Education Report Cover Letter     Middle School Data

    Hollywood Education Report Cover Letter     Hollywood Data

    Roosevelt Education Report Cover Letter     Roosevelt Data

    Stewart Education Report Cover Letter     Stewart Data


      Lakeshore Excellence Foundation

    LEF

    Through the generosity of our donors, the LEF has funded more than 70 academic projects, 40 hardware and software projects, and a wide variety of outreach, cultural and aesthetic programs, many open to the entire community. In 2016, we successfully completed our largest infrastructure project to date by investing $600,000 to transform all of our libraries into 21st Century Learning Centers. We are now poised to again reach higher: we’re reaching out for contributors to help us support the implementation of STEM throughout all grades levels at Lakeshore Public Schools.

Announcements

  • Board of Education Selects Next Superintendent

    Lakeshore Public Schools/ Michigan Leadership Institute

    Press Release - March 22, 2021

     On Monday, March 22, the Lakeshore Board of Education moved forward on hiring Mr. Greg Eding as its next Superintendent of Schools, contingent upon successful contract negotiations. 

     The Board interviewed two final candidates during the open process.  Jason Misner, Superintendent of Parchment Schools, was the other finalist.  The candidates presented their proposed 90-Day Entry Plans into the school district and community.  The Board asked questions of each candidate during and after the presentations by each candidate.  After deliberations the board unanimously approved the hiring of Mr. Eding.

    Board President, Dr. Jason Beckrow stated, “Mr. Eding’s calm, stable leadership; his focus on collaboration and continuous improvement; and his passion for children and for the Lakeshore community will serve the district well.  His plan for the next 90 days includes enhancing relationships and partnerships, increasing the use of relevant data, establishing a team first culture, fostering community engagement and ensuring staff support.  The Board looks forward to working with him to drive that work and more well into the future.”

    Mr. Eding has served the Zeeland Public Schools since 2004.  He was the middle school principal for twelve years, prior to becoming the high school principal in 2016.  Previously, he was the assistant principal of Chandler Woods Charter Academy for three years and served National Heritage Academies as its educational technology manager.  Mr. Eding taught and coached in the Hamilton Community Schools for six years.

    Board President Beckrow, Kevin Bushu and Jeff Hannan will serve as a committee to negotiate and recommend a contract for Mr. Eding to the Board.

    Throughout the process the board received guidance from the Michigan Leadership Institute and input from the staff and community.  “We’re incredibly grateful to the administrators, teachers and community members who gave us their thoughts on various candidates throughout this process,” Beckrow said. “We will rely on everyone’s passion for Lakeshore and our students to continue to move the district forward.”

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  •  Notice of Board of Education Regular Meeting

    PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Regular Board Meeting of the Lakeshore Public Schools Board of Education will be held IN PERSON on April 19, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium.

    Persons with disabilities that require special accommodations should contact the Superintendent of Schools’ Office at 269-428-1400, ext. 2900 for arrangements.

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  • Young 5

    Young 5's ONLINE REGISTRATION for the 2021-2022 School Year is now open through April 30.  This is for students who live in our district and will turn 5 years old between June 1 - December 1.  Registration is NOT on a first come basis.  

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  • 2021-2020 Schools of Choice

    The window to apply for Schools of Choice for Berrien County non-district residents will be open from May 3-28, 2021 for the 2021-2022 school year. Applications will be available on our website on May 3.

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  • Lakeshore Light Winter image

    Click here for the Winter Edition of the Lakeshore Light Newsletter

     

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  • High School Attendance Number

    269-428-1410

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  • We are looking for energetic, positive individuals who care about students to be a part of the Lakeshore Custodial Team.  Full time work for 1st, 2nd or 3rd shifts is available.  Please email Nick White at nwhite@lpslancer.net for more information.

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  • Bus Route Image of Bus

    Click here for 2020-2021 Bus Routes

    Please choose the closest bus stop from this list.

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  • Lakeshore Announces Official District Facebook Page

    In a further effort to promote a positive school community, we have launched an official school district Facebook page.  Please search for Lakeshore Public Schools to access and LIKE our new page.

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