For the Week of April 30-May 4
- Lapeer Community Schools is a dynamic community organization embracing our students with a quality learning environment, developing independent and confident learners for the future.
Excellence in all we do for our students, our schools and our community through
- Continuous improvement;
- Diligent effort; and
- Innovative design
8:35 am -- Student supervision outside of school begins (please do not leave your child unsupervised)
8:40 am -- Building opens; Students enter the building (breakfast available in the classrooms)
8:44 am -- School day begins
3:40 pm -- End of the school day
4:15 pm -- Office closes
Snow Day Makeup Information - REVISED 4-13-18
LCS received an official communication from the Michigan Department of Education on April 13, 2018 regarding inclement weather make up days.
On behalf of all county school districts, the Lapeer County ISD filed a waiver requesting that additional days be forgiven, and today’s MDE communication formally approved that request.
Therefore, several of the previously identified inclement weather make up days will be adjusted as follows:
- May 4, 2018 will be a non-attendance day for students and staff on the year round schedule (this remains a scheduled day for traditional calendar students and staff)
- May 25, 2018 will be a non-attendance day for students and staff for both the traditional AND year round schedules
- June 15, 2018 will be the last scheduled student attendance day for both the traditional AND year round schedules
What's Up this Week?
Monday, April 30 -
- Kindergarten Roundup Rides Again at Schickler from 4:00-6:00
Tuesday, May 1 -
- M-STEP Testing today; Signs will be posted
- Catholic Charities/Truancy Prevention after school program 5:00-7:00
Wednesday, May 2 –
- M-STEP testing today; Signs will be posted
- K Spring Conferences in the PM
- Reading Visit from Congressman Paul Mitchell (one 2nd and one 3rd grade)
Thursday, May 3 -
- 1st Grade Spring Conferences
Friday, May 4 -
- No School for Staff or Students!
We think that each one of us is strong individually but we are even stronger when we work together.
We had a lot of help on Earth Day to help clean up the school. But I would like to recognize the efforts and generosity of the Compeau family for going above and beyond.
Not only did they bring out their tractor and yard rake to fix up the damage done by the snow plows they also put their own time, effort and money into improving our Turrill sign!
That's being Turrill Tough!!