Lakes Magnet Middle School

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Welcome to Lakes!

  • Home Of The Wolverine 

    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.
     
     
     
     

    Boys and Girls Club

    Boys and Girls Club      Lakes is excited about teaming up with the Lola and Duane Hagadone Boys and Girls Club.

    The CDA Clubhouse is now open for the 2016-2017 school year. It is located right next to Lakes on 15th Street and open to ages 6-18. The membership is $20.00 for the school year and $20.00 for the summer. A great place for your teen to hang out after school. More information to come. 

     

     Boys and Girls Club
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     Mrs. Nelson just received 
    her box full of goodies.

    Mrs. Nelson Christmas In AugustPresent
     
      On August 29 the Lakes Staff was suprised by the Christ the King Church and the Charity Circle with school supplies. At the       end of school school last year, wish lists were handed out to each staff member. Little did we know th come true. This group    of volunteers have supported Lakes for many years. They keep our Wolverine Den stocked with  clothing, personal iteand    supplies that our students may need. Lakes cannot thank them enough for their generosity and support.  
      Thank You Christ The King and Charity Circle!
     
     
     
     Resources to help your student
     
    Check out the District Online Application Resource Page. Find great resources to help your students in different subject areas.

Announcements:

  • Back to School Information

    Welcome back to the 2016-2017 school year, come and join us for our back to school events. 

    7th and 8th Grade   Open House BBQ is Tuesday, August 30th from 3:30 - 6:30 PM.

    6th Grade   Orientation & Open House BBQ is Wednesday, August 31st from 3:30 to 6:30 PM

    Meet your teachers, find your classrooms and enjoy a great BBQ. 

What's New:

  • 8th Gr. Trip to Washington DC / NYC

    8th Graders start thinking about the 8th grade trip to Washington DC and New York. It is a wonderful educational trip to enjoy with your friends. Want to know about School Tours? Click on the link below and check out the website.  The date for the Lakes 2017 trip is June 11-June 16th. Early registration before July 1st guarantees this year’s price of $2,759.00 after July 1st the cost is $ 2,829.00.

    Visit School Tours of America  

    Please contact Stacey Doerr at 208-667-4544 / Lakes Magnet Middle School Trip # 7943


    Boys and Girls Club

    Boys and Girls Club      Lakes is excited about teaming up with the Lola and Duane Hagadone Boys and Girls Club.

    The CDA Clubhouse will be open for the 2016-2017 school year. It is located right next to Lakes on 15th Street and open to ages 6-18. The membership is $20.00 for the school year and $20.00 for the summer. Come and check out the Open House, September 9th at 4:00PM.  A great place for your teen to hang out after school. More information to come. 

     

Dress Code:

  • Dress Code Information

    Please review our District Dress Code when preparing for back to school.
    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 cleavage
    • 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.
          
     
     
     
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