Children enrolling in Kindergarten in the Lake Shore Central School District as of September 2018 should register between February 26 – March 2, 2018.
December was a very busy month for the Lake Shore High School Leadership Students. They planned and facilitated four separate community events for Lake Shore and the Evans-Brant Community. Specifically, 24 upper-classmen separated into four groups to organize holiday events to benefit others. These activities both enabled them to utilize their leadership skills learned and spread holiday cheer to all.
Sophomores and juniors team up to help keep people warm. Since the week after Thanksgiving the Sophomore and Junior Class officers worked diligently to collect new and gently used hats, gloves, and blankets to be donated to the homeless. In December, the class officers, along with their advisors, spent the day distributing the items collected and volunteering their time at St. Vincent De Paul's and Compass House.
The bitterly cold weather has arrived with icy wind chills and frigid temperatures. The District would like to remind parents, students and community members to bundle up for the elements - - with mittens/gloves, hat, and winter coat. Continued . . .
Needy families in Peru to receive the animals. Students, teachers, and staff of Lake Shore Senior High School once again made a very special gift this Christmas season. They bought llamas! Through the charity group, Heifer International, students raised enough money to purchase four llamas for needy families in Peru. Llamas provide wool for clothing, milk, and transportation in the rugged terrain of the Andes Mountains.