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  • Summer Home Reading Packages Summer Home Reading Packages are now available.  If you are interested on working with your child over the summer you can access the packages here from the following links:Kindergarten to Grade One studentsGrade One to Grade Two
    Posted Jun 23, 2016, 11:40 AM by Sara De Cloet
  • Lakeshore Links - June  'Lakeshore Links' is a monthly newsletter intended to keep our Lakeshore families in the loop about the many activities and learning opportunities happening in the school.Check out our June Update - Click the link below to view:Lakeshore Links June 2016
    Posted Jun 22, 2016, 3:54 PM by Amy Thomblison
  • Parking Lot - Thank You! Thank you to all of our parents for parking on the side streets [avoiding the school parking lot] each morning / after school to not only allow staff to park but also leave lots of room for our school buses and parents of students who have physical accommodations.Please use the side streets for parking if you must drive your child to school - it really 'makes a difference'.  Thank you for your cooperation!
    Posted Jun 12, 2016, 5:23 PM by Sara De Cloet
  • Food Drive Recognition Letter Please see the attached letter of recognition to our staff and students for helping 'make a difference' with the recent Food Drive.  Way to go Lakeshore!Letter From Partnership West Food Bank - November 23, 2015
    Posted Jun 22, 2016, 3:53 PM by Amy Thomblison
  • Safe School Protocol This is a reminder to parents of our 'safe school' policy as it pertains to visitors entering the school.  We really appreciate how well our parent community supports us at entry and dismissal time by waiting on the blacktop for their child.   While we acknowledge that certain situations may bring parents into the building, we remind  everyone that it is a requirement to report to [and remain in] the office area only using 'door #8', and,   to avoid walking through the hallway and classroom areas.  Even with our youngest students, parents are not permitted to enter the stairwells, hallways or 'cubby' areas.   The most common visits are to 'pick up' / 'drop off' children during the day or deliver a  particular ...
    Posted Jun 22, 2016, 3:56 PM by Amy Thomblison
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Life Threatening Allergies at Lakeshore

Many people have allergies.  Someone in our school has a severe life threatening food reaction [anaphylaxis] when exposed even to the smell of peach or nectarine products.  This medical condition, if left untreated, can result in death within a few minutes .  Our school board has a policy to protect staff and children with life-threatening allergies and we request from  parents to keep peach and nectarine products away from our school.  Please read the label to ensure peaches and nectarines are not listed in the product ingredients.   For example, many of the fruit snack products contain 'peach' which can trigger the reaction.  Thank you for your cooperation and attention to this.