Lakewood is a Community Elementary School 

Providing 21st Century Classrooms and Facilities

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with experienced, caring teaching and support staff and excellent educational programs.  Our school community strives to provide high achievement for all and a welcoming environment for everyone.

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Register Your Child for September 2018 Kindergarten:
  
        Visit the School, Meet the Principal and Teachers  

   March 29, 12 Noon - 2:00 PM  
or.
 March 29, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM 
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Want to know about enrolling your child at Lakewood Elementary School? Click this link

Besides the registration forms, the following documents are required:   

        1. Copy of Birth certificate, Hospital certificate, Passport, Physician/Midwife certificate (we can make a copy for you).   

        2. Legal Proof of Residency (1 of the following):  Property tax   statement, signed lease, purchase agreement, open enrollment form, homeless.

Reader
    
          ISD 709 Elementary Schools Provide:
  • Free all day, every day Kindergarten
  • 90 minutes reading, plus 30 minutes writing each day:      Series is Reading Wonders as well as Math Wonders
  • Science and Social Studies instruction daily
  • Art, Music, Physical Education and Media
  • Advanced academic opportunities and comprehensive interventions to boost reading and math skills
  • Guidance and support to help students learn safety, responsibility, respect and kindness
  • Parent and community partnerships to support
  • education and the School Forest
  • K.E.Y. Zone after-school program until 6 pm ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
     Congratulations to Baylee Larson in Mrs. Bartel's class.  She created a beautiful collage in the Art Room!  Her work was selected to be exhibited at the Twin Ports k-12 Youth Art Exhibit in the Kruk Gallery at UWS.  The Show is up now until February 28th. Congratulations Baylee. 
Mr. Carlson

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From the School Nurse:
This has been an extremely tough year for sickness. Please review the following helpful tips:

Should I keep my child home?
Does your child have: 
Fever of 100° F or higher?   __Yes      __No 
(Take the child’s temperature before giving him/her fever-reducing medicine, like Tylenol.) 
Sore throat?      __Yes      __No 
Cough?      __Yes      __No


 ▪ If you checked “yes” for fever AND one of the other symptoms, keep your child home for at least 24 hours after his or her fever is gone without fever-reducing medicine. For many children this will be 5 to 7 days. Your child should feel well enough to participate in school before returning. If you have questions about your child’s health or symptoms, call your child’s doctor or clinic.

 

 When you report your child’s absence please indicate if your child has a fever of 100 degrees or more, including a cough and/or sore throat. 


Detailed Information from the Minnesota Department of Health




 Lakewood Elementary School 
is located at: 5207 North Tischer Rd, Duluth 55804
   Phone:  218-336-8870             Fax: 218-336-8874

School Hours: 7:45 am - 2:15 pm
             Student Drop-off & Pick-up Hours:                  7:15 AM & 2:15 PM

Principal: 
Dr. Darren Sheldon, ext. 1011 
Darren.Sheldon@isd709.org       Administrative Assistant: 
            Sandra Benson,  ext.  2590       
              Sandra.Benson@isd709.org     
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Attendance Works!
(click above link for more information) 
                   https://sites.google.com/a/isd709.org/lakewood-elementary/home/Capture.PNG
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  Free Breakfast everyday for all Students.



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