UPDATE from the Superintendent 5/7/2020
Updates - May 7, 2020
Due to concerns related to COVID-19, schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.
Below is information on our district's Continuity of Learning Plan during this school closure:
This is the Continuity of Learning Plan for Elementary students: Click HERE.
This is the Continuity of Learning Plan for Middle/High School students: Click HERE.
Activities previously scheduled in Lake Shore CSD buildings remain cancelled until further notice:
- Fitness Center
- Community Education Classes
- Outside Organizations activities/practices.
The circumstances around this public health challenge change rapidly. We will continue to take action according to those circumstances, with the guidance of public health officials.
As always, the health and safety of our students, staff and community are our highest priority, and we will remain vigilant in our efforts to help prevent the spread of illness.
Please continue to check our website, Facebook and Twitter pages for new information and updates.
Breakfast/Lunch Program Update: Personal Touch provides breakfast and lunch for any district resident age 18 or younger on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. On those days, you will receive grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches for that day AND the following day.
Locations: the Middle School cafeteria and the main lobby of the Seneca Nation Early Childhood Learning Center.
For questions about this program, please contact Personal Touch directly at 926-2499 or 926-2291.
Family Communications: BLACKBOARD CONNECT CALLS ARE FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF LAKE SHORE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENTS. IF YOU ARE NOT RECEIVING THE LAKE SHORE CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BLACKBOARD CONNECT CALLS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Name, Grade and School Building of your Student(s) plus ...
- Your first and last name
- The number you wish to be reached at
- If that number is a home or cell phone
- If that number is a cell phone, the name of the carrier
Stay safe, Eagles.
Dr. Charles Galluzzo
Superintendent of Schools