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Call us today to enroll: (989) 453-4600
Option 1 - secondary school
Option 2 - elementary school
Laker Elementary ranks in the Top 5 percent statewide, according to Bridge Magazine (a publication by The Center for Michigan). The school is number 25 out of 653 elementary schools. The ranking is based on state test scores from 2011-13 and on free/reduced lunch figures. In addition, Lakers (as a district) ranks in the top 22 percent statewide (number 112 out of 507 districts). For more information, click on this link: State Academic Champs
Under the tab "Our Schools," you'll find the pages for our elementary, junior high and high schools. There, you'll find much more information on activities and happenings around the district. This main page is just the beginning! Thank you for visiting our website.
The technology bond proposal on the May 5 ballot will raise the same amount of money as the previous technology bond, but for nearly half the millage - .27 mill compared to .48 mill.
For more information on this proposal, visit "The Laker Wave news blog" page (see the tab above, next to the "Our Schools" tab).
Today's powerful potential. Tomorrow's top-notch technology. The lifeline to the future is in our hands.
Check out the latest edition of the quarterly newsletter, filled with news/photos from our beloved school district. Click the "more" link to see the newsletter (in pdf format). More
At the February meeting, the board approved a bond refinancing/refunding resolution that’s set to benefit taxpayers in a big way — by saving them about $650,000. Representatives from the Thrun Law Firm presented details on the refinancing, saying “it’s an opportunity to (do away with) old bonds at higher interest rates that ultimately results in lower millage rates for taxpayers.” This does not impact the district's budget.
We need you! If you've ever thought about becoming a subsitute teacher, now is a great time to do so. Click on the "More" link to get started on the application process with Professional Educational Services Group. Lakers recently increased its pay rate from $75 to $80 a day for its substitute teachers.More
On days when there is a two-hour delay, the start times are as follows:
Laker Elementary: 9:42 a.m.
Laker Secondary: 9:50 a.m.
A TV station typically states the start time is 10 a.m. This is NOT CORRECT. We apologize for any confusion this has caused parents. We are working to remedy this situation.
Laker parents! Work at a concession stand and earn points toward a season sports pass! Click the link above for more info! For the football playoff game(s), the points will be doubled for those who work at a concession stand. You don't need to work a whole shift to earn points. Remember - the Laker Athletic Booster concession proceeds all go back to our students. Call Agnes at 989-553-1506 to find out more!More Michigan students will be taking the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress (M-STEP) in the spring of 2015. It replaces the 40-year-old Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) and moves test administration from the fall to the spring of each school year. What do you need to know about this new test? Click the "more" link for info from the Michigan Dept. of Education.More