LAPEER, Michigan -- Lapeer High School will host its third annual Opportunity Night on January 14, 2019 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. This is a great chance for students and parents to learn about the wide range of opportunities available across the District. “This is a vitally important night for anyone interested in creating a... Continue Reading →

The Lapeer County Community Foundation recently authorized a grant of nearly $800 to support the Gardening Club at Mayfield Elementary in Mayfield Township. The grant will be used to fund equipment, raised bed materials, seeds and a recipe book for the Club’s salad and snack garden. The funds came by way of a grant from... Continue Reading →

Please see the following list of evening activities for November 26, 2018. Please be advised that attendance at any practice/event scheduled on a canceled school day is not mandatory. ACTIVITIES Monday, November 26, 2018 LAPEER HIGH SCHOOL PAC Meeting CANCELLED Drama Club Rehearsal CANCELLED All-Star Driver's Ed As Scheduled Maier Driver's Ed As Scheduled Boys'... Continue Reading →

Substitutes Employed by PESG Working between October 1 – October 23, 2018 in Lapeer Community Schools In an effort to issue payment owed to substitute staff employed by PESG for time worked in Lapeer Schools prior to the shutting down operations, Lapeer Schools is in need of information immediately. We are asking that all substitutes... Continue Reading →

In the last several weeks since the District's first focus panels on strategic planning were convened, we have received many questions and comments about the initial proposal, outlined in the October 7th edition of the Lapeer County Press. What follows is a handy Frequently Asked Questions document, compiled from questions from our focus panels and... Continue Reading →

The following editorial from LCS Superintendent Matt Wandrie appeared in the October 14, 2018 edition of the Lapeer County Press: In the week since The County Press reported on the District’s recent strategic planning focus panels, we’ve received a great deal of input from nearly every part of our community. We’ve received compliments and criticisms, suggestions and questions by... Continue Reading →

As part of its celebration of 50 years serving high school athletics in the greater Flint area, the Flint Metro League is pleased to announce the publication of a book detailing its history, a 300-page paperback now available through major online book retailers. The Flint Metro League began in the fall of 1968 when charter... Continue Reading →

Over the past several years, Lapeer Community Schools (LCS) has experienced tremendous growth on statewide elementary assessments. Last year, the District’s average growth on the M-STEP was nearly double the next highest-growth school district in Lapeer and Genesee Counties.  This year, the tremendous growth has continued.  The top two highest-performing elementary schools in Lapeer County... Continue Reading →

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