On April 20th, Buffalo Bill Fred Jackson visited AJS Elementary School with an important message for students. Mr. Jackson’s message was loud and clear! Good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are needed to be on top of YOUR game. He discussed the NFL’s PLAY 60, which is the National Football League's campaign to encourage kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to help reverse the trend of childhood obesity. Thank you Mr. Jackson for coming to our school!!
Over the past three years, the Lake Shore Central School District Board of Education and Administrative Team have allocated considerable resources and efforts to implement the New York State Learning Standards designed to prepare students for college and career pathways after graduation. (Please click on title above to read more . . . )
Standardized tests (NYS 3-8 assessments) have recently come under a great deal of scrutiny with the governor’s budget proposals. Many community members have expressed concerns regarding these tests. To address these concerns, we would like to offer specific information about the tests as a reference. (Please click on title above to read more . . .)
Due to some recent events with strangers attempting to talk to children in neighborhoods (Gowanda, Jamestown & Ripley), the District would like to remind children about the dangers of talking to strangers. (Please click on Stranger Danger title above to read more . . . )
Parents of children entering Lake Shore Central Schools as a Kindergartener in September 2015 are requested to attend the information night being held on April 29, 2015. Parents will have an opportunity to learn about the Kindergarten program from various school personnel.
This year the A. J. Schmidt Physical Education classes teamed up with the American Heart Association and introduced the Jump Rope for Heart program.
On March 20, the Lake Shore School Community raised their voices advocated for the eliminationi of the Gap Elimination Adjustment. The GAP Elimination was supposed to be a one-time stop gap measure that would reduce school aid to fill the deficit in Albany. Over the last five years, the measure has systematically siphoned more than $21 million dollars away from Lake Shore students.
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.
Parents across New York State want to know more about the Common Core State Standards and State Assessments
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Kindergarten Parent Information Night @ Middle School
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Mother / Son Dinner
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Meet the Candidates Night
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Annual Budget Vote & Board Elections
1:30 PM Class of 2015 Graduation