Shorian Nation eNews
May 7th, 2023
Employee Appreciation Week
For ALMOST 100 years, our staff has continually impressed us with their care and concern for our Shorians. Please help us to celebrate all Lake Shore Public Schools employees during Employee Appreciation Week which runs from May 8th-12th.
What action will you take next week to help us celebrate Employee Appreciation Week?
Bonus: Thanks again to Manns Brothers Painting for painting all 5 of our VIP Teacher of the Year parking spots and Spirit Rock located at Lake Shore High School this week!
Music is the voice of the soul.
Back by popular demand, Lake Shore High School and Kennedy Middle School Bands will perform live as a prelude to Music on the Lake on Tuesday, May 23rd inside the shell at Veterans Memorial Park.
Join us for a night of music and fun as we celebrate these performances from 5-8:30pm with an official start time of 6pm. There is free admission, but donations will be accepted at the gate. Please bring your blankets, lawn chairs, but come hungry as food trucks such as BBQ Daddy and V's Barista have been secured for this event. It will be a Shorian Spectacular, family-friendly evening for all!
Teeing Up for Education
We’re excited to say we’re back in the swing of things at our annual golf outing! On Monday, June 19th we hope you’ll join us for “Teeing Up for Education,” at Oak Ridge Golf Club at the Leonard and Patty Palermino Memorial Golf Outing: https://youtu.be/w_IZFj4Emiw
As loyal friends and supporters of Lake Shore Public Schools, we’re asking you to make this our most successful outing yet. If this year has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be able to adapt quickly. The teachers, staff and students of Lake Shore Public Schools accomplished this, and then some, creating innovative ways of teaching, incorporating new safety measures and keeping students of all ages engaged with learning has been no small feat.
We’d like to continue supporting these efforts through grants for pilot programs and novel ideas that form the bedrock of our children’s development. You can play a major role in the lives of more than 3,000 kids.
• Fore! Join the fun for just $125 per golfer. Enjoy a day on the links, continental breakfast, lunch and a buffet dinner. We’ll also have raffles, games prizes and more!
• Make your business shine. Showing your support of Lake Shore Public Schools to the who’s who of our community is a great way to show your dedication not just to your neighbors, but also to the future.
• Don’t golf? No problem (most of us don’t either). We would welcome your support with prize donations and monetary donations, which go a long way in making our golf outing a success.
Payment can be made at https://tinyurl.com/lsfee2023golf. The price per golfer is $115 if paid before June 2nd and $125 after.
The outing begins promptly at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start. If you’d like more information, please call Ron Bartley, Lake Shore Foundation trustee, at 586-776-5025 or email email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your support. Together, we can—and will—make a difference.
Enrollment is Open
Enrollment for the 2023-24 school year is open!
Lake Shore Public Schools provides an exceptional education for all 3,339 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.
Enroll as a new resident or schools of choice student for the 2023-24 school year by visiting http://lakeshoreschools.org/enrollment/enroll
Please email Enrollment@lsps.org with any questions.
We are more than a school district. We are a Lake Shore family: https://youtu.be/cnI0-L49tfc
The Lake Shore Public Schools' Board of Education approved a $66.7 million no tax-rate increase bond proposal for the May 3rd, 2022 ballot and it passed!
Lake Shore has a strong legacy of being excellent stewards of the community’s resources. We are committed to provide you with bond updates as we continue to prioritize our students' future.
- Bond Mailers (5/2023)
- Bond Building-Specific Boards (3/2023)
- Bond Updates and Summer Break (2/2023)
- Bond Overview and Schedule
- Bond Updates
- Project List
To learn more about the bond proposal, please visit the Lake Shore Public Schools' website.
Save the Date Celebrations
Please save the dates for the following ceremonies:
Lake Shore High School MoCI Graduation Ceremony
Wednesday, May 24th at 9:00am
Lake Shore High School Honors Night
Thursday, June 1st at 6:30pm
100th LSHS Commencement Ceremony
Saturday, June 3rd at 10:00am
John U'ren Stadium
Class of 2023 Senior Memory DVD and Graduation DVD preorder information
6th Grade Awards
Wednesday, June 7th at 2:30pm
Kennedy Middle School Gym
7th Grade Awards
Thursday, June 8th at 2:30pm
Kennedy Middle School Gym
Lake Shore Early Childhood Center Preschool Graduation
Friday, June 9th at 2:30pm
Masonic Heights Elementary 5th Grade Celebration
Monday, June 12th at 6:00pm
John U'ren Stadium
North Lake High School Commencement Ceremony
Monday, June 12th at 6:00pm
Violet Elementary Kindergarten Celebration
Tuesday, June 13th at 2pm
Rodgers Elementary Kindergarten Celebrations
Tuesday, June 13th (Mrs. Pillars and Mrs. Sheats) and Wednesday, June 14th (Ms. O'Shee and Ms. Wojcik) at 2pm
Rodgers Elementary Cafeteria
8th Grade Awards
Tuesday, June 13th at 6:30pm
Masonic Heights Elementary Kindergarten Celebration
Wednesday, June 14th at 1:30pm
Masonic Heights Elementary
Violet Elementary 5th Grade Celebration
Wednesday, June 14th at 6:00pm
John U'ren Stadium
Rodgers Elementary 5th Grade Celebration
Thursday, June 15th at 10:00am
Under the guiding principles of our districtwide initiative, the Positivity Project, the #PositivityInAction mindset is our top priority. These past three weeks we focused on the character strengths of PURPOSE and ENTHUSIASM.
People with the character strength of purpose have beliefs about the meaning of life and their life’s purpose. They seek to be part of something greater than themselves.
Did you know that this year is LSHS's 100th graduation and LSACE/NL’s 50th graduation? It is a big deal!
Our entire Shorian Nation staff pitched in to write a combined total of 600+ postcards to Seniors who have made a significant impact on them from Lake Shore High School and North Lake High School. We appreciate our students, past and present, more than they could possibly know, and this is one small way of sharing this message.
We encourage our Seniors to visit the Commons at Lake Shore High School and hallway at North Lake High School to read these handwritten words of affirmations wall. All postcards will be given to our Seniors by the end of the year as a keepsake.
Every Senior has at least one, written by their favorite staff member from Lake Shore High School, North Lake High School, Kennedy Middle School, Masonic Heights Elementary, Rodgers Elementary, or Violet Elementary.
A special thank you to Secretaries Kim DeCruydt and Jennifer Villasurda for collecting and organizing the postcards and hanging them.
From all of us inside the Shorian Nation, we believe in you and your purpose in life. After all, our educational purpose is driven by these relationships.
People with the character strength of enthusiasm approach life with excitement and energy. They energize people around you.
Happy ALMOST birthday, Lake Shore!
We're proud--proud of our past and prospects of our future.
Since the beginnings of Michigan public education in the 1840s, local students wishing to attend high school had to travel to Mount Clemens or Detroit, or beyond.
The need for that ended at the school board meeting on July 14, 1919, when approval was given for the start of secondary education in this district. That September, “junior high” began being offered in the Lake Shore school house.
Another grade was added each year thereafter—9th grade in 1920, 10th in ’21, 11th in ’22, and finally, 12th grade in school year 1923-24. Thus, June 26, 1924 marked the date of the first graduation ceremony at Lake Shore High School. The class was comprised of three students, two boys and a girl: T. Jay Barton, Nelda Egle, and Clifford Frazo.
The Class of 2023-24 will mark the 100th anniversary of K-12 education in our district. We will kick off our centennial celebration beginning at the Class of 2023’s commencement ceremony held on Saturday, June 3rd at 10am.
For ALMOST 100 years we've had an unwavering belief in education routed in moments in time that share our inspiration, innovation, and celebration. The Shorian Nation believes in the transformative power of education for all students.
Cheers to ALMOST 100 Years, Lake Shore! Once a Shorian, Always a Shorian!
Bonus: Congratulations Class of 2023 from our Director of Maintenance and Operations Wayne Satterfield, Bus Driver Joan, and on behalf of everyone from our Lake Shore Transportation Department.
Thank you Robert Stark for capturing these '23 drone pictures on behalf of the Class of 2023 and providing this service for the past four years. He continues to share his artistic talents for all of our Shorian Nation to enjoy!
Looking forward, our upcoming character strengths are Leadership (5/8-5/12) and Friendship (5/15-5/19).
Ms. Lori's Preschool 4 Classroom
We are welcoming you to Ms. Lori's Preschool 4 classroom and featuring our own Lake Shore Public Schools' kids of employees. The following is a list of these students:
Mr. Roehm's daughter Annie
Mr. Carito's daughter Cora
Mrs. Dmochowski's son Eddie
Mr. and Mrs. Quinlan's son Hunter
Mrs. Legato's son Tommy
Mrs. Kiefer's son Roman
Mr. Gardiner's great-grandson Richard
They entrust our Early Childhood Center with their pride and joys because of its excellence.
As you enter, students are greeted with a Hello Friends song. They eat breakfast and read quietly as they wait for their morning meeting during circle time where they discuss the agenda for the day.
During work time, students use an hour of uninterrupted play to let their imaginations wander. This is student-led time with assistance and facilitation from their teachers.
Small group time allows for students to write their their journals or complete projects such as making a volcano together using paper mache and learning about the letter W with play doh! They even harvest the seeds to replant in their own ECC garden!
Ms. Lori's proud smile tells this simple goal: The ECC prepares our students for Kindergarten. "I feel like I am making a difference here. I enjoy helping students academically, but also with socialization, manners, and conflict resolution," she said. Ms. Lori and her team are an important part of our four star success.
Our Lake Shore Early Childhood Center has received a four star quality rating from Great Start to Quality, Michigan's quality rating and improvement system for child care and preschool, preparing children to succeed in school and in life. Great Start to Quality rates the level of quality of all licensed and registered child care and preschool programs in Michigan.
"Making sure we provide children in our care with the best experience possible, is not only our job, it's our privilege," said Kelly Biondo, Early Childhood Coordinator. "By participating in Great Start to Quality we earn recognition for our hard work. We also get ongoing support and training so we can keep improving the quality of care we provide."
Built in 1950, our Lake Shore Early Childhood Center, formally known as Shores Child Care is the place to enroll your littlest learners.
Let Your Child's Career with Lake Shore Begin with Us is the slogan we like to use as we welcome families to our newly renovated childcare facility.
Thank you, Ms. Lori and 13 student tour guides for sharing your Preschool 4 classroom at the Lake Shore Early Childhood Center with all of us!
Bonus: We also love hanging out with our GSRP friends!
May is Better Speech and Hearing Month
Lake Shore Public Schools is proud to have 8 Speech & Language Pathologists in the district. The SLPs offer support for students in many different ways. Some of the areas that they support include Articulation, Social Language, Expressive/Receptive Language, AAC, Fluency, and Hearing. They will highlight some of these areas over the course of the month of May within their buildings, but we wanted to focus on the Social Language program today.
The SLPs at Rodgers have started using a Social Language program this year. They introduced the program to small groups of some of our youngest learners and intend to continue to use the program as they grow in school. Katie Lubera & Renee Atkins have worked with Kindergarten and first-grade groups reading stories and creating real-life opportunities to use the skills being taught in the lessons. Ann Kelly has worked with groups from the Developmental Kindergarten promoting play-based opportunities for social development.
Teachers, social workers, and support staff have been working as a team to promote common language throughout the building. Phrases such as “Group Plan”, “Flexible Thinking”, and “Whole Body Listening” have been introduced and reinforced throughout this year so that students understand from one situation to another (consistency and generalization). The goal is to promote the growth of social skills and language for socializing throughout the school allowing students to become more independent in their interactions with each other.
Follow this link to read updates featuring May is Better Speech and Hearing Month.
Violet Elementary's Talent Show
We were entertained by 29 acts from Violet Elementary's 23rd Annual Talent Show.
We were so impressed with Masters of Ceremony Mollie Jacks and Giulia Ryder and the performances which included a variety of talent. From singing and dancing to comedy and tumbling, we enjoyed watching all of the performers shine.
We were moved by Ms. Whisman's voice as she sang Fight Song by Rachel Platten. As a teacher at Violet Elementary, she has become a role model of courage and love for others in her first year of teaching as an All-Star.
Your showcase of skills made us smile; We do not consider you amateurs. Your talents are impressive and the only thing that is even more inspiring may be your display of character strengths. We appreciate both who you are and aptitude for your special abilities.
Thank you to Mrs. Pecararo and our backstage crew consisting of Faith Badyna, Hudson Karwowski, Nora Karwowski, Alyssa Margitish, Cameron Nash, Raygan Okray, Hayden Rent, and Adalyn Allison for making this event a success.
To view our Talent Show program, visit this link.
Let's Keep Swimming
For the first time in forever, MoCI students went swimming inside Lake Shore High School's pool.
Mrs. Belanger, Adapted Physical Education Teacher, shared the importance of this activity with us.
She wrote, “One of my goals this year was to get certified in both lifeguarding and Water Safety Instructor training so I could have my students take swim lessons during class and include swimming in the PE curriculum. I have been swimming for about a month now with my students at Kennedy and last Tuesday was the first day the High School students started swimming. It was so much fun and seeing the smile on all of their faces really made my day.
Swimming can help children in several ways such as with social skills, self-esteem, and cognitive processing. I believe that every child should have the opportunity to benefit from the fundamental skills of swimming and enjoy the water in a safe and comfortable environment. This is why I wanted to meet my goal of including swimming in my curriculum."
The High School Experience
Let's take a look at Lake Shore High School through the lens of Senior Lindsay Jacob.
At our High School Experience, incoming 9th graders and potential new students were given a chance to see what we have to offer.
"At Lake Shore High School we have a great team of administrators, ranging from Dr. Bross our principal to Mrs. Leslie at the entrance and including everyone in between and throughout the building. This team includes our counselors Mrs. Nabors, Mr. Asaro, and Mrs. Rancillio. They are the ones that help students schedule our classes. We have great teachers that range throughout all grade levels and departments. Some that have stood out to me over the years are Mrs. Stuckey who teaches English and Mrs. Blaszkowski (Mrs. who teaches Media. Mrs. Stuckey is an amazing teacher who makes her classes fun and keeps the students engaged. I had Mrs. Stuckey for AP Language and Composition during my junior year. Her class was a class I looked forward to attending even though it was an AP class. I know that she also teaches 9th grad English so incoming freshmen have the chance to learn from her. I had Mrs. B in my sophomore year for Intro to Media 1. It was in the first semester back from COVID but Mrs. B still made the class fun and engaging. There were a lot of projects that made me really learn about video making. She is also in charge of the announcements that run during homeroom most days. Lake Shore has all kinds of elective classes that students can take. One I mentioned earlier is Intro to Media 1. This starts students on a pathway of being able to go into Media 2 which gets them on the announcements. That class also has its own perks. The weekend of April 14th to the 16th four students of the Media 2 class got to go to Grand Rapids, MI, to compete in a film competition and was an experience nonetheless.
Lake Shore also offers many sports. We have different sports all throughout the year. Personally, I am on three teams. I played volleyball, and basketball, and am currently in soccer season. All sports are open to all grades. Different sports range in the level of competition. Most teams are in the Macomb Area Conference Gold division with the exceptions of boys' basketball competitive cheer, boys swimming and diving, boys’ lacrosse, and softball. Boys’ basketball is in the blue along with lacrosse. Competitive cheer and softball are in the white. Boys’ swimming and diving are in the silver. Our boys’ swim and dive team did just win the silver division championship this past season. I can personally say that playing sports has been one of the highlights of my high school career and the friends I have made through sports have been incredible.
LSHS Athletics: https://shoriansports.com/
If sports are personally what you're interested in we have many different clubs that are offered. We have an art club that meets every other Tuesday after school. We have a drama club that just performed two playwrights by Don Zolidis. They performed Oz and 10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse and multiple other skits. An ESP club that stands for “Students in Excellence, Spirit, and Pride” and promotes positivity and runs student of the month. There is also an Esports club where students are able to compete in many different games such as Rocket League, Super Smash Bros, NBA 2k, Madden, Valorant, and more. NHS is also offered although only offered to juniors and seniors. There is also a ping-pong club that was introduced this year that meets every Tuesday after school.
LSHS Extracurriculars: https://docs.google.com/.../1lp.../edit..."
Ready to become part of the Shorian Nation? Enroll today: https://www.lakeshoreschools.org/enrollment/enroll
Interested in reviewing the slide deck that was shared last night? Visit https://docs.google.com/.../1VQSbTkwQ_wR2Kbds2bGu.../edit...
Bonus: Thank you Emma Fries, Cameron Salk, Ryan Peters, Jaime Owens, and Piper Nysen for serving on our student panel at this event!
May the moles be with you.
Chemistry students at Lake Shore High School celebrate mole day because of Amedeo Avogadros' Number: 6.022 x 10 23. They made stuffed moles, mole-themed board games, mole posters and doors, mole tunes and poems, mole t-shirts, and mole-themed snacks!
Jimmy Sheen enjoyed the break from a traditional worksheet and put his creativity skills to the test. He shared, "My Grandma Joanna taught me how-to sew in 5th grade. I used my sewing machine at home to make a Moleton Lava and finished it with a volcano using cardboard and construction paper."
Aladdin Kids and Beauty and the Beast
We appreciate all of the hard work of our stage junkies!
Thank you to Rodgers Elementary's Drama Club for their entertaining performances of Aladdin Kids.
A wandering enchantress transforms a cruel and vain prince into a hideous Beast, leaving him only one way to reverse the curse - fall in love with another and earn her love in return.
Join our Lake Shore High School and Kennedy Middle School cast members in support as they transport us to a fairytale village in France.
Belle, a beautiful book-lover, encounters the Beast when she arrives at his castle to plead for her father’s freedom, ultimately trading her own for his. As tension over her imprisonment escalates in the town, spurred by Gaston, the selfish lover who seeks Belle’s hand in marriage, the relationship between Belle and the Beast grows, leading to an emotional, and transformative, conflict.
Beauty and the Beast
May 18th-20th at 7pm
Lake Shore High School Auditorium
$15 - Adults | $10 - Students
If you have any questions, please email Director Ray Filipek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arbor Day and Bring Your Child to Work Day
In celebration of Arbor Day, the City of Saint Clair Shores planted three new trees by the 5th grade windows at Violet Elementary. Lake Shore Public Schools has made the commitment to support putting these trees in the ground and saying yes to a healthier world.
Speaking of trees, yesterday we celebrated our Family Tree with Bring Your Child to Work Day. The memories we make with our families is everything. We observed our kids curiosity spark as they were encouraged to actively participate in learning activities. They met new friends and were impressed by their kindness and intelligence, and overall helpful demeanors.
Ms. Nikki from Masonic Heights Elementary brought her two daughters to school and had a positive experience. She wrote, "My girls, Riley 8, and Brooke 12 were able to peer into the teacher's perspective regarding various situations. With both halves by my side, we enjoyed our special day together!"
We are always building a sense of community in the classroom and within our schools. Thank you, Shorian Nation, for welcoming our offspring into your learning spaces!
Violet Named National Finalist
Violet Elementary School has been named a national finalist in an elementary school creativity challenge organized by Jersey Mike’s Subs and the Harlem Globetrotters. Known as the “Court of Creativity presented by Jersey Mike’s Subs,” the contest encouraged students to showcase their creativity related to the Harlem Globetrotters or the sport of basketball. Students submitted photos that showcased their artistic skills with a beautiful basketball mural for the entire school. The school also created a song titled “We Are All-Stars''.
As a finalist, Violet Elementary School earned a $1,000 donation from Jersey Mike’s Subs. One grand prize winner will receive a visit from the Harlem Globetrotters before the end of the 2022-23 school year.
The photos and song are available for media and located here.
Violet Elementary School students impressed the judges with their innovative approach to the challenge. Students across the country created unique and entertaining basketball entries ranging from a piece of Harlem Globetrotter-inspired art, musical numbers, trick shot videos, and incorporating basketball into their subject or hobby. The entries showcased the students’ teamwork, imagination, and athleticism.
“Creativity makes everything more fun — whether at a Harlem Globetrotters game or in school,” said Rich Hope, Chief Marketing Officer of Jersey Mike’s Franchise Systems, Inc. “We received some amazing submissions from across the country as students channeled their inner Harlem Globetrotter. Violet Elementary School stood out to us and earned their spot as a finalist.”
The challenge was open to public, private, and vocational schools with grades Kindergarten through 5th across the United States. It was part of Jersey Mike’s and the Harlem Globetrotters’ ongoing efforts to promote healthy lifestyles, teamwork, and creativity among young people.
On behalf of Violet Elementary and the Lake Shore Public Schools district, we thank you for this opportunity and cheer on the 9 other talented schools' success: https://www.courtofcreativity.com/top10schools
ABOUT JERSEY MIKE’S SUBS
Jersey Mike’s Subs, with more than 2,500 locations nationwide, serves authentic fresh sliced/fresh grilled subs on in-store freshly baked bread — the same recipe it started with in 1956. Passion for giving in Jersey Mike’s local communities is reflected in its mission statement “Giving…making a difference in someone’s life.” For more information, please visit jerseymikes.com or follow us on Facebook (Jersey Mike's Subs), Instagram (instagram.com/jerseymikes), and Twitter (twitter.com/jerseymikes.com).
ABOUT THE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS
The World-Famous Harlem Globetrotters are THE originators of basketball style, captured by dynamic athletes with unmatched skills and influencers of today’s game. The team has showcased their iconic brand of basketball in over 124 countries and territories across six continents since 1926. Proud inductees into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, their mission continues to advance the game of basketball and deliver exciting and interactive entertainment to the world. If you have ever seen a jump shot, slam dunk or a half-court hook shot, you have witnessed the creative moves made famous by the Globetrotters. The Harlem Globetrotters International, Inc. is a subsidiary of Herschend Enterprises, the largest family-owned themed entertainment company in the U.S.
School Lunch Hero Day
When we say school nutrition professionals are heroes, we mean it! Thank you to each person responsible for providing lunches (and food) to millions of children across America, but especially our Lake Shore Public Schools employees.
Tina Morris, Food Service Director, said, “Happy National Lunch Hero Day to our amazing team of women who feed our district day in and day out! Thank you for making a difference with what you do everyday with a smile, fun, kind gestures and caring ways! We are better because of you!”
MEALS-TO-DATE SERVED STATISTICS
Breakfast : 44,705
Alumna Spotlight: Kara Wolfbauer
Detroit Mercy's Kara Wolfbauer exemplifies the student-athlete
CBS Detroit (CBS DETROIT) - University of Detroit Mercy senior Kara Wolfbauer exemplifies the student-athlete. "I go to bed at night thinking about how I want to get up and how I want to go and hit at practice," Wolfbauer said. "I want to get up and I want to go to my broadcasting class."
We have built a new online home for our athletic department. Our goal is to bring our athletic programs to life by sharing schedules, scores, and social media while ensuring our athletes get the promotion they deserve. Visit the Shorian Sports website for 24/7/365 access to the information you have always wanted and follow along with our sports action.
We have partnered with Kroger to help fund our athletics. Please read this letter from our Athletic Coordinator Rich Bowers.
SHORIAN VICTORY: The bats came alive under the bright lights at Comerica Park.
FINAL SCORE: Lake Shore - 9 GPN - 4
Enjoy this story featuring our Varsity Golf team from Lake Shore High School.
KMS and LSHS Cheer tryout information for any of our current 5th -11th graders is located here.
Athletes of the Week
Congratulations to Athlete of the Week Jacob Frederick, Varsity Baseball player from Lake Shore High School. Coach Osantowski wrote the following remarks highlighting his achievements:
"Jacob’s performance not just this week but all season has been a huge asset to the program. Most recently, he was a key contributor in our win against GPN at Comerica Park. This past week Jacob went 8-9 at the plate with 3RBI’s, 2 Doubles, and 1 triple. In our showcase game at Comerica Park, he went 4-4 with a double and triple in the game. Not only has he hitting at the plate, he also made 2 unbelievable plays in the outfield."
Congratulations to Logan Lynch and Ziare Williams, Track and Field athletes from Kennedy Middle School. Coaches Gostinger and Plotkowski wrote these positive affirmations:
"Logan has worked hard in his first season of Track & Field and is making major contributions to the success of the KMS boys team, Parcells meet 4/24: Winner 800 meter run. Winner as a member of the 4x400 relay team."
"Ziare has a been a tremendous athlete on the Track team for the last two year. As well, Ziare leads by her example at practice and in the classroom. Recently, at the Algonac relay she won three medals in all three of her events."
Lake Shore Public Schools will provide an exceptional education for all 3,339 students in a safe and nurturing environment.
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