As a result of the use of seven snow days to date, modifications to the 2014-15 school calendar have been implemented as a Recovery Plan for lost instructional time. Friday, March 6, 2015 will be a regular attendance day for K-12. The Superintendent's Conference Day has been canceled.
Imagine going to work and finding a plant that can talk--even more bizarre--a plant that wants to eat people! Well imagine no more because you will be able to see this for yourself on March 5, 6 & 7 at Lake Shore High School as it will be presenting the musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors. Little Shop of Horrors combines great 1950s do-wop music and outrageous comedy. Students/Seniors $8, Adults $10. Box Office: 926-2345
In 1992 the Lake Shore Central School District developed the Wall of Fame program for recognizing the outstanding achievements of alumni of the district. These individuals are people who, after graduation, greatly contributed to the well being of our society through their hard work, talents and leadership.
Nominating Petitions for the School Board Elections will be available in the District Clerk’s Office beginning Tuesday, March 16, 2015 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. The District Clerk's Office is located in the Lake Shore Sr. High School at 959 Beach Road, Angola, NY.
On, February 26, 2015, the Girls Varsity Basketball team will host the Lady Panthers of Pioneer CSD.
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 . . .
Congratulations to the Lake Shore Varsity Wrestling Team for a second place finish at the Section 6 Division 1 Class A Championships. The team qualified 10 out of 13 wrestlers the Section 6 State Qualifier tournament being held right here at Lake Shore Saturday, February 14.
The Lake Shore Central School District Special Education Department has been selected to participate in a parental involvement survey by the New York State Education Department. The survey of parents of children who are receiving special education services is designed to be confidential and improve how school districts help parents of students with disabilities to be involved in their children’s special education programs.
Lake Shore once again is spearheading a petition drive, both electronic and paper to Fully Fund Education. LSCTA members Lee Widmer-Wick and Charles Kowalski are once again championing an advocacy movement to fully fund education throughout the state. Please consider adding your voice to this important cause and being an advocate for our students, our school and our community!
The Lady Eagles traveled to Pioneer last night to play in the championship game of the Waste Management Tournament against #4 ranked large school, Mt. Mercy.
Supporters who register for TOPS in Education between January 11 and 24 will receive a coupon for $5 off a future grocery purchase of $35 or more and for those that redeem the coupon on or before January 31, Lake Shore Student Government will earn a $5 bonus contribution from TOPS.
Former Lake Shore Physical Education Teacher and Coach Lance Harrison was recently inducted into the WNY Boys Volleyball Hall of Fame. The ceremony took place at Ilio Dipaolo’s restaurant at the annual volleyball coaches and officials banquet. Mr. Harrison was inducted by former player and current assistant coach William Anderson.
Lake Shore High School Varsity Football kicker Melanie Linsmair is the feature of a Channel 2 Sports story about her becoming the first female Lake Shore Varsity Football player to score points
Parents across New York State want to know more about the Common Core State Standards and State Assessments
8:00 AM 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Rally to Save Public Education - Informational Picket
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Rally to Save Public Education
6:30 PM Board of Education Work Session