On Friday, May 3, Metropolitan Milwaukee Alliance of Black School Educators (MMABSE) was honored and proud to recognize over 132 exemplary teachers who teach from the heart, make the impossible possible and see in each child’s eye a sparkle of greatness that only needs to be nurtured, valued, loved and appreciated. Ms. Devika Werth was Lake Shore's recipient and we are proud to have her on our 7th grade staff.
Lake Shore middle School was honored to welcome Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes and Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Kathy Blumenfeld on Thursday, April 11. The visit centered on financial literacy for students.
Lake Shore middle School was honored to welcome Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes and Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Kathy Blumenfeld on Thursday, April 11. The visit centered on financial literacy for students, and involved stops at both Homestead High School and Lake Shore.
Lake Shore Middle School 6th-grade students and teacher Peggy Sabin impressed the guests with their lesson and content mastery on the topics of saving and credit, including understanding why having good credit is important, and how to build and maintain good credit.
Homestead junior Morgan Klug, who works as a teller at the Kohler Credit Union branch at Homestead, described her role and the opportunities the partnership with Kohler Credit Union provides. The full-service credit union branch along with an ATM is located in the field house lobby. The branch is open to faculty and students daily during the lunch break. Kohler Credit Union also provides the high school and two area middle schools financial education resources to help promote the importance of youth financial literacy.
March 14 all math classes held activities associate with Pi. Many gave extra credit to those who could memorize and recite 25 digits after the decimal point! Then, of course, they celebrated with PIE!
Lake Shore's student council's February service project was a "Bear Drive," donating these cute bears to young, needy recipients.
WISN weatherman, Mark Baden, visited Lake Shore Monday bringing with him not just information about weather, but entertaining displays and experiments. Students were encouraged to get involved and were able to ask their "weather" questions - most often asked: "Will we get a snow day tomorrow?" The correct was YES!