Lakeshore Public Schools
Philip Freeman, Superintendent
Julie Powell, Assistant Superintendent
The Lakeshore Public Schools thanks you for your continued support of our schools through the renewal of the Building and Site Sinking Fund. As you know, these funds are an integral component in our effort to carry out a ten-year capital improvement plan that was carefully laid out in 2012.
Our commitment to this community is to be good stewards of the funds generated by both the 2013 Bond and the 2014 Building and Site Sinking Fund. Toward this effort, we are in the process of developing a website through which the community can track our progress.
It is not by chance that Lakeshore Public Schools ranks among the best districts in the state. Just this school year,
Lakeshore Public Schools was designated as an Academic State Champion by Bridge Magazine. U.S. News and World Reports ranked Lakeshore High School 32nd out of more than 800 high schools in Michigan, putting us in the top 4% in the state and top 11% nationally. The Building and Site Sinking Fund plays a significant role in our ability to focus precious general operating fund dollars on the classroom and continue to provide outstanding programs for our students.
Once again, thank you for approving the renewal of the Building and Site Sinking Fund Millage for ten years. Through your generous support and investment in our schools, you support us in our efforts to continue to provide an outstanding educational experience for our students.
Philip S. Freeman
Superintendent, Lakeshore Public Schools
143 East John Beers Road
2000 El Dorado Drive,
2750 Orchard Lane,
1459 W. John Beers Rd., Stevensville, MI 49127
Principal: Jason Messenger
5771 Cleveland Avenue
Stevensville, MI 49127
Principal: Michael Mulligan
Asst Principal: Brad Brunner
Director: Greg Younger
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