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Any questions? Don’t hesitate to call the school office (920-648-2321) or e-mail assistant principal Pastor Don Schultz at firstname.lastname@example.org
Absence, parental excuse
Calendar Projections, 3-year
May Banquet information
Semester Exam Release form
Senior picture guidelines
Pre-planned Absence Form If a student must miss school because of a medical or dental appointment, or other special circumstances, please fill out this form and turn it in before the date(s) of absence.
Asthma Medication Authorization Form If a student uses an inhaler to take prescription medication while under the supervision of the school, this form must be filled out, per Wisconsin state statute.
Lakeside Bullying/Harassment policy, in effect fall of 2012-13.
3-year Calendar Projections For assistance in long-range planning, we provide a three-year projection that sets quarters and school breaks through the 2014-15 school year.
Car Registration Form If a student is driving a vehicle to school, this form must be filled out.
Wisconsin Concussion Fact Sheet for Athletes (Read)
Wisconsin Concussion Fact Sheet for Parents (Read)
Concussion-related Parent and Athlete Agreement (Print, sign and return to Lakeside with green or ivory physical clearance and yellow eligibility forms)
Forms required for Lakeside Athletes letter from A.D. Paul Bauer dated July 2012
Excuse Form If a student missed school due to illness, bad weather or other circumstances, please fill out this form after the absence has occurred. (The download allows for reporting of two absences per page; please cut to size.)
Lakeside Handbook This document, contained inside the 2012-13 student planner, explains attendance and behavioral requirements for Lakeside students, among other info. Use of electronics, dress code, health and medication guidelines are also included.
Changes to the Lakeside Handbook for 2013-14 This pdf document highlights the changes that go into effect Fall 2013.
Senior picture submission guidelines: the yearbook needs senior photos that follow certain size, orientation, pose and background rules. Please take a look at the form for the guidelines and take the sheet along to any senior photo shoot you attend.
Families can access several forms needed for registration at Lakeside. Forms needing families to fill in information can be filled out electronically, either in fillable pdf documents or a Word document (free & reduced lunch). Print out completed forms, add handwritten signatures as needed and bring them along on registration night! (And for those who are thoughtfully wondering, yes, it's OK that they'll all be on white paper!)
School Supply List (info only)
Tuition Payment Schedule (info only)
Tuition Payment Agreement (fillable pdf, required for all)
Student Insurance Waiver (fillable pdf, required for all)
Computer Use Agreement (fillable pdf, required for all)
Blanket Excuse Form (fillable pdf, required for all)
Parent Support Team Sign-up (fillable pdf, requested from all)
Free & Reduced Lunch Application (fillable Word document, optional)
A letter and reply form requesting your help to make May Banquet a wonderful memory for the seniors was given to all junior students. Please download, read and return this letter and form with your ability to serve if your junior did not bring it home.
All parents are encouraged to volunteer as dance chaperones. Contact Dr. G or fill out the form above if you're willing to serve in this fun way.
What is the May Banquet schedule of events?
What are the dress code guidelines?
Formal event (such as May Banquet) attire should not show cleavage or abdomens. See-through dresses are not allowed. No cut-outs are allowed on the sides or front panels of dresses. Backless dresses should be waist-line height or higher with appropriate coverage on the sides. These dress code guidelines also pertain to non-LLHS students who may be attending formal dances as guests. Failure to comply with these guidelines will result in the student/guest not being admitted to the dance.
Did you read the article in the Wall Street Journal, describing high schools around the country requiring students to adhere to a certain level of dress at formal events? You can find that article here.
For the dance, are there any rules or guidelines? Yes.
Please carefully observe the following guidelines so that you will not be removed from the dance and embarrassed…
There are copies of these guidelines in the office. If a student is bringing someone from off-campus, it’s probably a good idea to pick up a copy of these guidelines in the office closer to the date.
Download the most recent semester exam excuse form here. Students are required to be at Lakeside during semester exams. However, there are certain classes (a phy ed class, for example) in which an exam or closing activity will not take place; instead, it will be a study hall.
If that class takes place at the beginning or end of the exam day, that student may be excused. Students who want to be excused from such classes must fill out a "semester exam excuse form" and have it signed by parents in order to be excused. Students who do not do this and are missing from their classes will be considered "unexcused."
Extra forms can be found in the office. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call the school office. A student who plans to be present at Lakeside during all exam periods does not need to hand in a form.