Supporting Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams

Lake Shore Public Schools invites all students, families, and community members to Beaumont Children's Pediatric Advisory Council's Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.  At 8 pm every evening in December, pediatric patients will shine flashlights from the hospital windows and look for community members standing outside the hospital to flash them back.

The entire district is asked to meet at Kennedy Middle School to board buses on Friday, December 14 at 6:30 pm for this family friendly event. Prior to departure, will provide hot cocoa and Christmas caroling while enjoying fellowship. Bundle up in Lake Shore attire, create a poster, bring a flashlight, and put on your best smile as you will be brightening a hospital stay for children during the holidays. Please use #MoonbeamsforSweetDreams and #myLSPS when sharing photos from the event.

In order to assist us in determining an accurate headcount, we ask you to complete this brief form if you are planning to use our buses to transport you round trip from Kennedy Middle School to Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak.  If you plan on using your own transportation, please refer to this helpful event information webpage.

A single idea from the human mind can build cities. An idea can transform the world and rewrite all the rules. We would like to thank Kennedy Middle School for spearheading this effort and hosting the event.

Moonbeams for Sweet Dreams

'Tis the Concert Season

Concert season is here. Rodgers Elementary and Masonic Elementary shared the light and spirit of this jolly season with their wonderful voices and dance moves. Mark your own calendar for musical performances across the district by using our Events Calendar.

Choir Concert


Electronic Report Cards

Lake Shore Public Schools will be sending report cards electronically beginning this year. Report cards will be e-mailed at the end of this week or early next week to the e-mail address that you provided upon registration. If you have not completed online registration, or did not provide an email address for communication, you may still do so. If you have chosen to unsubscribe to email notifications, you will not receive the report via email, but can still access final trimester scores and comments through PowerSchool. If you have any questions, or need assistance with email subscription or PowerSchool, please do not hesitate to contact your building's main office.


Promoting Multiculturalism and Inclusiveness

Lake Shore students had productive dialogue about race, diversity and culture at the MISD’s 2018 Diversity Summit. This summit is designed to provide a safe and constructive forum for student discussion and to enlist youth leaders in embracing the “new normal” in Macomb County.

As part of our county’s initiative to promote multiculturalism and inclusiveness, Lake Shore High School’s Blaise Kolley, Alexis Gibson, Janelle Reiff, Isabella Papadhima, Nina Harkonen, Ndiaga Diouf, and Melanie LaForest, North Lake High School’s Rio Henk, Donte Ellis, and Brittany Drewery, and Kennedy Middle School’s Marco Cavazos, Jaidyn Davis, Miles Huffman, Presley Saleh, and Reijah Taylor attended a session that helped them develop an understanding of the Cultural Proficiency Continuum. Working in teams, students talked about statements and placed them under the appropriate point on the continuum. Other sessions included Refugee Camp, Discovering Diversity through Art, Discussion that Reforms LGBTQ, and Story Circles.

At the end of the day, students collaborated to design an action plan that serves as a response to the diversity topics presented at the summit. 

Diversity Summit

Engaged in Project-Based Learning

Mrs. Stuckey, Ms. Dombrow, Mrs. Karwowski, and Ms. Phillips were recognized at our November Board of Education meeting for the initiative and dedication they’ve shown by introducing Project-Based Learning to their students. Project-based learning is a student-centered pedagogy that involves a dynamic classroom approach in which it is believed that students acquire a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges and problems.

PBL Teachers

Red Wings Assembly

The Red Wings School Assembly program energized Violet Elementary students, helping them to understand the importance of healthy living and learn more about the sport of hockey. This free program provided motivational life skills messages, an exciting competition featuring students versus teachers, and two free sets of street hockey equipment. With only 115 schools selected per year, it was no surprised that this red and white district was a first-round pick!

Red Wings


Mrs. Hoehing's Multigraders and 3rd graders, Masonic Heights' Student Council, and Rodgers Elementary decorated a wreath for the Edsel and Eleanore Ford House. We encourage visitors to vote on these Trim-a-Wreath entries that will be inside a tent adjacent to the garage.

The Ford House is located at 1100 Lake Shore Road in Grosse Pointe Shores, between Vernier and Nine Mile roads. Tours are offered from noon to 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays and from noon to 5 p.m. Sundays.


Cheerleaders Participate in Collegiate Clinic

Saginaw Valley State University’s 22 Cheerleaders and coaches hosted a 2 hour cheerleading clinic which caught the attention of Lake Shore Cheerleaders senior Haley Marsiglio and junior Brooke Nysen. Haley said, “It was a good look into the college athletic experience.” During the clinic, Haley and Brooke learned collegiate stunts and techniques including 1 1/2 high pyramids and front tuck cradles. Way to take advantage of additional opportunities to help you grow, ladies!


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

Featured Events

Spotlight on Alumni

Know a recent graduate who's doing amazing things? Nominate them for this year's "10 Within 10" recognition, a program that honors young alumni who have displayed #ShorianPride through work in their career, college, or community.


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. 


We're Hiring

Lake Shore Public Schools is looking to fill a number of positions, all of which are critical to the continued success of the district and our students.  We are currently seeking Substitute, Part-Time and Full-Time employees. For more information and to apply, visit our Human Resources webpage.


Why Lake Shore?

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? 

Our 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.


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
320 Class of 2018 graduates
1 Lake Shore

Points of Pride

During the 2017-18 school year, there have been many reminders of what Lake Shore Public Schools stands for. Please enjoy our Points of Pride slideshow, a collection of reasons why Lake Shore is our home.

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