COVID-19 Closure
COVID-19 ClosureAll schools will be closed for the duration of the public health emergency, as stated by Governor Evers. 
Updates can be found at:

For At-Home Learning Resources, Checklists and resources, go to:
  • (715) 852-3400

Everyone needs to answer the question "What's for dinner?" especially now with more togetherness time. My cooking series is meant to show healthy ways to eat along with demonstrating ways families can have math conversations while cooking together. The recipes are simple not meant to be gourmet with basic ingredients families have at home. My plan is to point out shapes, math vocabulary, temperatures, measurements, area, and of course money using decimals. Each cooking lesson will focus on financial literacy with adding up the cost of each meal prepared at the end of the cooking session. Hopefully this will inspire you to have fun cooking together no matter what recipe you use and to connect math concepts at the same time.

Here's to your health and happiness,
Mrs. Pressler 
Lakeshore's Math Coach 🙂

Episode 1: Vegetable Soup and Cornbread
Episode 2: Blueberry Muffins and Potato Soup
Episode 3: Banana Bread and Egg Bake
Episode 4: Mini Pizzas and desserts
Episode 5: Ham & Cheese Sliders and Fruit Bowl
Episode 6: Tator Tot Hot Dish and Fruit Bowl
Episode 7: Fajitas & Homeade Nacho Sauce and Disney's Pineapple Dole Whip
Episode 8: Chow Mein Noodle Hotdish and Fondue 

This page will provide activities and resources for each grade level. If you have questions regarding any activity, please contact your teacher.

Find your grade level materials to the left!

For Technology Assistance regarding District devices:

715-852-3411 or
Our Helpdesk is staffed from 8am-3pm Monday-Friday.

To keep learning, visit the
At-Home Learning Page
This page lists district-wide supplemental resources to explore!


The Lakeshore staff miss you so much!


Student Netiquette

Here are some tips for being safe, respectful and responsible while learning online. 
Student Internet Etiquette (Netiquette)
K-6 Student Internet Etiquette (Netiquette)


GT Resources

Visit the Gifted and Talented Department's At Home Learning Site for resources to challenge our students.

School Nurse

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Sample Daily Learning Schedules

During times of uncertainty, we know that routines and schedules are incredibly important for children. Children thrive on routine! According to the Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning, "routines and schedules are important because they influence a child's emotional, cognitive, and social development, help children feel secure, and help children understand expectations and can help reduce behavior problems." As you look to create your own schedule and routine, consider keeping your regular bedtime and morning routines, eating lunch at the same time that your child does at school and writing a daily schedule, so he/she knows what to expect. This consistency can help your child feel calm and make this situation much more predictable. 

Below are samples of schedules that you may find helpful during this extended time away from school. Please note these are just ideas and you know your child best so feel free to modify to what works best for you and your family.