The LEF is Bringing 21st Century Learning Centers
to Lakeshore Students
The Lakeshore Excellence Foundation (LEF), an organization whose sole purpose is to acquire and distribute resources that support Lakeshore Public School programs and projects, announced that it will embark on a three-year, $600,000 project to update all Lakeshore Public Schools’ (LPS) library/media centers. The reinvention of the LPS libraries/media centers will be accomplished completely through private donations via the Lakeshore Excellence Foundation. If you are interested in learning more, visit the LEF website at: lefonline.org
Distinguished Alumni Award Nominations Due January 5, 2014
The Distinguished Alumni Award will recognize Lakeshore, Baroda, or Stevensville High School graduates for their achievements and contributions and provide our students with role models for exceptional accomplishments. Lakeshore Public Schools would like to honor alumni who have excelled in their professions and or made significant contributions to their community. Their achievements, strength of character, and citizenship serve as models to inspire and challenge today’s students.
Visit the Lakeshore Excellence Foundation website at: lefonline.org for more information and to submit your nomination form.
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