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Welcome

to
Lake Shore
High School

Important Calendar Dates


Wednesday, August 20th
Schedule Pick Up/Club Sign Up

Thursday, August 21st


Freshman Orientation 9:00-11:00
Freshman/Parent BBQ 11:00-12:00pm

Monday, September 1st


Sneak Preview 6:00pm-7:00pm

Tuesday, September 2nd


First Day of School 11:06 Dismissal

Wednesday, September 10th


Early Release 1:31 dismissal
Meet the Teacher Night 6:30pm

Daily Schedule
Full Day Schedule

1st Hour 7:56 9:06


2nd Hour 9:11 10:21
Homeroom 10:21 10:33
3rd Hour 10:38-12:31
10:38 11:13
11:17 11:52
11:56 12:31

A Lunch
B Lunch
C Lunch

4th Hour 12:36 1:46


5th Hour 1:51 3:01

Daily Schedule
Half Day Schedule

1st Hour 7:56 8:30


2nd Hour 8:35 9:09
3rd Hour 9:14 9:48
4th Hour 9:53 10:27
5th Hour 10:32 11:03
Announcements 11:03 11:06

Daily Schedule
Early Release Schedule

1st Hour 7:56 8:47


2nd Hour 8:52 9:43
3rd Hour 9:48 10:38
4th Hour 10:43-12:36
10:43 11:18
11:22 11:57
12:01 12:36

A Lunch
B Lunch
C Lunch

5th Hour 12:41 1:28


Announcements 1:28 1:31

Attendance
Number one predictor of academic
success!
Be here, every hour, every day!
Excessive tardies..
Excessive absences
Please call in all absences by 9:00am
Notifications of absences by phone

Contact Information
www.lakeshoreschools.org/lakeshore
586-285-8900
First initial, full last name @lsps.org
jdiponio@lsps.org

Office hours
7:30am-3:30pm
Teacher hours
7:48am-3:05pm

Policies

Dress Code
Electronic Devices
Closed Campus
Attendance
Handbook available online at
www.lakeshoreschools.org/lakeshore

Curriculum

English 9
Algebra/Geometry
World History
Integrated Science/Biology
Career Tech Foundations
Health
Electives
2.5 credits per trimester
7.5 credits for the year
27.5 credits to graduate

Building Security
School doors will be locked down 5
minutes after tardy bell at 8:01 am.
Students should enter the building
through the Commons area entrance, at
the student parking lot area.
If you need to pick up your son or
daughter, you will use the same entrance.
We have surveillance cameras located
throughout the building.

Lockers
-All 9th grade students have their own
locker, no sharing
-Recommendations- Store school
supplies(books, pens, pencils, notebooks,
etc.) lunch, coats in the locker
-Do not bring valuables, give combination
to another student, allow another student
to use their locker
- See an adult immediately to report a
locker problem (combination not working,
jammed, etc.)

Traffic
Busy times- 7:40 am to 8:00 am,
2:45 pm to 3:15 pm. 13 Mile is
congested.
Recommended that you drop your
son/daughter off well ahead of the
busy time, building is open at 7 am
for student arrival.
Use the pick-up/drop-off area located
outside the auditorium.

Athletics

Brief overview of the department


AP/AD- John Hartley
Admin Asst- Robin Gill
586-285-8920

Sports offered
Fall- Sideline Cheer, Cross Country,
Football, Poms (winter), Boys Soccer,
Girls Swimming, Volleyball
Winter- B and G Basketball, B and G
Bowling, Competitive Cheer, Ice
Hockey(Unified), Boys Swimming,
Wrestling
Spring- Baseball, Golf, Girls Soccer,
Softball, B and G Track

How To Join a Team


1- Have a valid Physical
Examination card on file in
Athletic Office
2- Sign-up, see a coach
regarding tryout period and a
schedule
3- Contact me and I will get
you going in the right
direction

Eligibility- Athletics
MHSAA regulation- Credit in 66% of
class load- passing 4 out of 5 at LSHS
LSPS policy- minimum 2.0 GPAimmediately eligible
1.5-1.99- Probationary statusminimum 2 weeks ineligibility. Must
raise GPA by .5 to regain eligibility.
9th graders are immediately eligible

Freshman Class Advisors

Mrs. Gillian Loncar


Mrs. Rebecca Wentworth
Homecoming Float
Support Needed!

Activities and Clubs

Student Congress
Science Olympiad
GSA (Gay-Straight Alliance)
Key Club
Get It Club
Debate Club
National Honors Society (upper classmen)
Mock Trial
Newspaper
Drama Club
Art Club
Musical
C.H.A.O.S. (Christians Hyped About Our Savior)
Geek Squad
Yearbook
International Language Club
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
ESP (Excellence/Spririt/Pride)

International Exchange
Programs
China
109 11th grade exchange students this year
Host families needed! (Thanksgiving, Mid-Winter
Break, and Memorial Day weekends)
Every other year, our students travel to China
for two weeks

Germany
20 students this year for two weeks in
September/October
Host families needed! (full two weeks)
Our students will be traveling to Germany in
June

Student (and Parent)


Support
Administrative team
Dr. DiPonio, Mrs. Bross, and Mr. Hartley

School Social Worker


Mrs. Buyse

Teacher Consultant
Students with IEPs and 504 plans
Mrs. Farr

9th Grade Wing


Complete with most core classes, lockers, and
an Assistant Principal

Writing Center
Counselors

Shorian Guidance
Counseling Department
Preparing our Children for
a Bright and Prosperous Future
Ann Lukacsy: FRESHMEN Last names A-G + 10th Grade
Julie Weiss: FRESHMEN Last names H-O + 12th Grade
Jeff Lip: FRESHMEN Last names P-Z + 11th Grade

Roles of High School Guidance


Counselors
Career and College Preparation:

Career
Exploration, Pathway Identification, College Preparation Guidance and
Achievement

Goal Setting:

Courses, College Portfolio, Employment

Portfolio

Course Scheduling:

What happens if student fails


course?, Flipping, Electives, Certain courses meet only in specific
trimesters, core classes interspersed among trimesters

Academic Concerns:

Student struggling in course,


student too advanced for a specific course, graduation tracking

Personal Concerns:

Peer Mediation, conflicts with


students, conflicts with staff, family issues that affect school
performance

Graduation Requirements:
Class of 2018

ENGLISH: 4.0 Credits


MATH: 4.0 Credits
SCIENCE: 3.0 Credits
SOCIAL STUDIES: 3.0 Credits
PHYSICAL ED/GYM: 1.0 Credit
HEALTH ED: 0.5 Credit
FINE ARTS: 1.0 Credit
TECHNOLOGY: 1.0 Credit
WORLD LANGUAGE:2.0 Credits
ELECTIVE CREDITS 8.0 Credits

www.lakeshorecounseling.weebly.co
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Include
Grade Levels:Goals
Ways to Challenge yourself!
Struggling Students
Personal Help: Community
Resources
Money/Scholarships
Career Documents
Senior Student Information

Parental Responsibilities

Get them here


Check their grades..
Watch what they are doing.
Contact teachers..
Talk about whats next
Let us know if you have a concern!

Important Calendar Dates


Wednesday, August 20th
Schedule Pick Up/Club Sign Up

Thursday, August 21st


Freshman Orientation 9:00-11:00
Freshman/Parent BBQ 11:00-12:00pm

Monday, September 1st


Sneak Preview 6:00pm-7:00pm

Tuesday, September 2nd


First Day of School 11:06 Dismissal

Wednesday, September 10th


Early Release 1:31 dismissal
Meet the Teacher Night 6:30pm