Lakeshore Elementary School
Lakeshore Elementary School will work together to achieve high academic growth for all of our students. We will accomplish this through the collaboration, communication and trust between home, school, and the community.
A school dedicated to fostering lifelong learners and responsible citizens.
Lakeshore Elementary is a learning-centered school which provides a quality education for each individual child. Educators use various types of data to track progress of our students. It is important for all stakeholders, including students to understand the expectations of their grade level. We value parent and community involvement to better enhance the educational experience at Lakeshore.
Our Values Are:
- Student and Learning Focus
- Motivated Faculty and Staff
- Partnerships and Teamwork
- Continuous Improvement Focus
- Management By Fact
- Results Focus
- High Ethical Standards
Our educational program is enriched with music, art, technology, physical education and media. During the 2018-2019 school year we will be continuing to provide a focus on STEAM education with our Wake Forest University partners. Every grade level emphasizes reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies. K-5 participates in flexible groups within their own classrooms. In grades K-5, students may participate in cross-grade level grouping for math and reading during Pirate Time. We offer an extensive exceptional children’s program that includes: EC Inclusion, EC Resource, EC Self Contained, and EC Pre-k settings. All students receive differentiation within the regular classroom day and are offered extension activities after school through clubs. AIG students receive services as outlined in the ISS 2016-2019 AIG Local Plan. We are becoming a Responsive Classroom school and will complete our trainings this fall.
Currently enrolled are 678 students from the Mooresville and Troutman area. Ethnicity is as follows: 80% Caucasian, 5% African American, 9% Hispanic, 4% Asian, and 3% Multi-Racial. Lakeshore’s exceptional children’s program makes up 12% of our population and the academically and intellectually gifted program is 5% of our total population. Our free/reduced lunch rate is 14% of our population.
We have been recognized as an RtI Exemplary School. Our EOG assessments have remained consistent earning rating us as a 'B' school and meeting growth for the fourth straight year.
We are proud to have community and parent support for our school. We have a successful volunteer/mentor program where we clocked over 10,000 volunteer hours during the 2018-2019 school year. Parent conferences were completed at a success rate of 98%. We also engage students in Student Led Conferencing. We currently have 23 business partnerships.