On this day we are reminded of the innocent lives lost in the worst terror attack in the history of our great country. We remember brave first responders who ran toward unimaginable horror while their fellow Americans ran for shelter -- more than 400 of the  men and women who ran in, never made it... Continue Reading →

Lapeer Community Schools and the Lapeer High School Alumni Association are proud to announce inductees for the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor: Michelle Bradford (Class of 1990), Jason Johnson (Class of 1993) and Pete Lynch (Class of 1975).  All of these inductees have distinguished themselves as tremendous stewards of the education and training they... Continue Reading →

As we close in on the start of the 2018-19 school year, we are excited to announce some very important safety and security upgrades happening in the District: First, we have installed brand new video surveillance entry systems at our schools that require visitors to interact with a staff member prior to gaining access to... Continue Reading →

On August 20, from 2-7 p.m. at Lapeer High School, the OMNI Council will host its annual blood drive. This is an opportunity to not only support a great cause, but also a great group of young women and men. Please spread the word! Follow this link to sign up: https://donate.miblood.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/108906

Why should I vote in this millage election? On August 7, 2018, voters in the Lapeer Community School district will be asked to vote on a proposal to renew the current millage levied on non-homestead property (industrial, commercial, business, rental, and second homes). Essentially, this ballot proposal is asking residents to vote on taxes that the... Continue Reading →

LAPEER, Michigan -- The Lapeer County Community Foundation and the LEADER Fund have teamed up to support Project Lead the Way (PLTW) for the students of Lapeer Community Schools. The two organizations split the $2,400 cost to offer Medical Detective courses through PLTW, the nation's leading Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum. "Our students continue... Continue Reading →

From MDE:  LANSING – State Superintendent Brian J. Whiston passed away Monday evening, the Michigan Department of Education has reported. He was 56 years old. Appointed State Superintendent by the State Board of Education in April 2015, Whiston had been receiving medical treatments since his cancer diagnosis last fall and went on Long-Term Disability Leave on... Continue Reading →

What follows is an editorial from the Lapeer County Press following the recent World Championships of First Robotics held in Detroit this year. We were proud to have two teams representing LCS in the competition and thrilled that both made it to the playoffs!! From LCP: Robotics students meet World head-on County Press reporters have... Continue Reading →

LCS received an official communication from the Michigan Department of Education today, April 13, 2018 regarding inclement weather make up days. On behalf of all county school districts, the Lapeer County ISD filed a waiver requesting that additional days be forgiven, and today’s MDE communication formally approved that request. Therefore, several of the previously identified... Continue Reading →

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