Lakes Magnet Middle School

Beyond the coeur lies the rest of the world


  • 8th Gr. trip to Washington DC / NYC

    Information Meeting October 7th

    6:00 PM in Room 305

    This trip takes place June 12th –June 17th, 2016

    You may mail  in the registration form or register on line

    Our trip # is 7567

    Space is limited and only $99 can reserve your spot, so register soon!

    Need more information?  Visit School Tours of America  
    Please contact Mia Eggleston at 208-667-4544

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    Buy A Yearbook 
    Don't forget to order a 2016 yearbook when registering for school.  You may purchase your year yearbook on Skyward or see Renee in the office. The cost is $25.00, don't miss out on the memories.
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Hundreds came to gather at Lakes for a night of great food, and fun activities. It was a community event and a special thanks to all those who donated their time to make this a successful event.


2015 Spirit Champions
Welcome to Lakes Magnet Middle School, the Home of the Wolverines.  We are very proud of our high achieving students and great staff. We offer Magnet classes that emphasize advanced learning in Science, Arts and Health. We take pride in our community and are in involved with many community events such as our Multi-Cultural Faire, Second Harvest and Kindergarten Buddies. Our Office Staff is available to help 7:30AM to 3:00PM Monday thru Friday if you need help during the school year.
Resources to help your student
Check out the District Online Application Resource Page. Find great resources to help your students in different subject areas.
Dress Code Information
Spring is here and it is time to review our District Dress Code.
Just a reminder of the following list below.
  • Shorts  and skirts must be mid thigh
  • No pajama bottoms
  • No  bedroom slippers
  • Shirts must have sleeves that cover shoulders.
  • No tops that show clevege
  • No torn or ripped jeans that have holes above mid thigh
  • No wristbands and sweatbands
  • No bandanas
  • Any clothing or personal adornment that’s determined to be disruptive to the learning environment
    If a student is dressed inappropriately, he/she will be directed to change into acceptable clothing or face disciplinary action.