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Purpose Statement:

"Making Our Mark in the World: One Child at a Time"

Mission Statement:

Masonic Heights' students acquire skills to become lifelong learners and meet the challenges of an ever-changing society.

Beliefs:

  • All children can learn and enjoy success.
  • Children learn best when instruction is compatible with individual learning styles.
  • Students need real life skills.
  • Every child's success depends upon cooperation between school, home and student.
  • Students are responsible for their own actions.
  • Learning encompasses higher order thinking skills.

Our curriculum promotes skills necessary for students to excel both now and in the future. The curriculum contains performance-based objectives that are measurable and dynamically respond to the needs and abilities of our students. Research-based strategies are embedded in professional learning and are integrated and applied across the curriculum. Differentiated instruction is practiced in all classrooms and a comprehension MTSS (multi-tiered system of support) program is in place to support our students. A rich offering of special area classes is provided to all students daily. Enrichment classes and opportunities are provided for students who are meeting/exceeding standards.

Masonic

2018 Kindergarten Registration 

Over 100 Class of 2031 students attended Kindergarten Roundup in March.  

During this time, visitors had the opportunity to find out about their neighborhood school, enroll their child for the 2018-19 school year, met Kindergarten teachers, received Kindergarten readiness activities and supplemental summer work, had a Class of 2031 photo opportunity, and asked questions.  

For more information, please visit our Kindergarten Registration webpage.

Class of 2031

Masonic Participates in Red Wings Program

The Red Wings School Assembly program energized Masonic Heights students, helping them to understand the importance of healthy living and learn more about the sport of hockey. This free program provided motivational life skills messages, an exciting competition featuring students versus teachers, and two free sets of street hockey equipment. With only 115 schools selected per year, it was no surprised that this red and white district was a first-round pick!

Assembly

Spelling Bee Champions

After over an hour of spelling words listed from the Scripps list, Masonic Heights Elementary's Addyson Jackman, Rodgers Elementary's Madison Sykes, Violet Elementary's Glendian Vasili, and Kennedy Middle School's Talesa Graham were named Spelling Bee Champions for their respective school!

At the Macomb Regional Spelling Bee, held at the Macomb Intermediate School District, Lake Shore’s Glendian, the only elementary student to last into the top 10, disqualified in 9th place with the French word boudoir! We are in awe of these intelligent students and their spelling prowess.


Spelling Bee

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George Lewis
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Become a Member of the Lake Shore Family

Macomb County families seeking a quality education for the K-11 students are invited to apply to Lake Shore Public Schools through the School of Choice program by downloading the following forms: 

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