I.J. Rosenberg will host the annual Lakeside Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, March 18, 2023. This event, founded in 2019, honors Lakeside alumni who excelled in athletics.
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The Lakeside Foundation will present information to parents at the LHS Parent University on Tuesday, April 11, at 6pm. Please join us to learn about how the Lakeside Foundation serves the LHS community and discover opportunities for students, parents, community members, and local businesses to get involved.
Each year the Lakeside Foundation honors staff members on the occasion of their 5th, 10th, 20th, or 30th year of service at LHS. Staff members marking these years of service are presented with custom enameled pins to honor their dedication to the Lakeside Community and thank them for their service to our students. This year, pins will be presented on April 26, 2023, with special thanks to our LHS alumnus and Band Director, Dr. David Fairchild, for his 20 year of service.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Viking 5K Fundraiser. For more information, please email email@example.com.
The Lakeside Foundation awarded over $2,500 in classroom grants to teachers in the English, Mathematics, World Languages, and Music Departments at LHS this semester. These grants will provide needed curriculum materials to enhance instruction for students in grades 9-12 for many years. Grant requests may be submitted by teachers, coaches, student leaders, and booster clubs throughout the year by clicking the button at the bottom of the homepage. The Foundation Board meets to vote on grant submissions in September and February each school year.
Applications for the Joe Reed, James “Jimmy Mac”, and Daniel Gordon Scholarships are now closed. Applications are currently being reviewed by an independent panel, and winners will be announced on or before the Lakeside Honors Program. Good luck to everyone who applied for these scholarships.
News stories about students going hungry have increased since the Federal School Nutrition program, enacted during Covid, ended last Fall. In response, the Lakeside Foundation has donated $1,000 this school year to provide school lunches to hungry LHS students who lack the funds to purchase a school lunch. Additionally, we partnered with a local business, who wishes to remain anonymous, to provide $5,000 in grocery store gift cards to LHS students and their families, who were selected by the school counselors and social worker. At our February Foundation meeting, Board members unanimously voted to approve an additional $2,500 in support for food-insecure LHS families, because a healthy, well-fed student can learn and achieve more than a hungry student.