Lake Station Community Schools

Where the Knowledge of Tomorrow is Taught Today

District Announcements & News

  • Lake Station Climate Survey

    Lake Station Community Schools is committed to providing the best education we can for our students. We know that it takes a team working together to educate your children entrusted to our care. We want to make sure we are responsive to your child’s needs and do everything we can to be one of the best school systems in Indiana. To help us with this goal, we need your input. We would like to know how you view us. Click here for a link to the Survey.

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  • Now Hiring Substitute Teachers!

    Lake Station Community Schools is now hiring Substitute Teachers! Interested Applicants must have: High School Diploma or GED, be 18 years or older, have the ability to supervise and manage students in the classroom, have (or obtain) an IDOE substitute teacher permit, and have a current expanded background check. Click here for more information and to apply today!

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  • Skylert - Update Your Contact Information

    Lake Station Community Schools utilizes software called Skylert to send home notifications. Did you know that you can update how you receive these messages via phone, email and text? Information about Skylert and Directions on how you can update your Skylert Contact information in Skyward Family Access has been emailed home as well as posted here. Click here to view the PDF sent home.

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  • Food Service Department is Hiring

    The Lake Station Community Schools Food Service Department is now hiring. Multiple positions available in all schools. Click the headline for more information!

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  • Bus Safety Reminder - It's the LAW!

    Be aware of roadway laws. Click for More Information, such as what to do when encountering a school bus on: Two Lane Roadways, Multi-Lane Roadways with NO Barrier between Lanes, and Multi-Lane Roadway with a Grassy and/or Concrete Barrier.

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  • IDOE Releases Short Assessment Videos for Educators and Parents (UPDATED)

    The Indiana Department of Education has released three short assessment videos about the current assessment systems and transitions to support assessment literacy. These videos have been released through YouTube. Click the title for links to the videos and for more information.

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  • Geminus Head Start

    Geminus, in cooperation with Lake Station Community Schools, offers a Head Start program at Bailey Elementary School and Hamilton Elementary School. For information contact Melody Steele at 888-893-6891.

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  • Apply for School Lunch Program

    Apply only now for the free or reduced school lunch and textbook assistance program. Applications must be filled out each school year. You can apply online through the My MealTime Portal. Click on the yellow "MealTime Apply Online" button. Please note, you will need to know the Student ID for each of your children. A tutorial for how to apply can be found here.

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