Lake City Public Schools

Pass It On provides school lunch help

Jun 26, 2019
The Pass It On Thrift Shop in Lake City recently donated $1,000 to Lake City Public Schools to help families in need of assistance with delinquent meal accounts. “These funds help ensure that every student in the school district has access to proper nutrition on a daily basis,” the store said in a...

School presents service awards

Jun 5, 2019
Lake City Public Schools, at an end-of-the-school-year luncheon June 3, honored staff who have reached employment milestones with the district and one retiring teacher.

Horner is first to receive Nichols memorial scholarship

Jun 5, 2019
Cathy Nichols was well-known locally as a business leader who managed Lake City’s AmericInn and other hotels. But before that she spent 14 years teaching elementary special education. After her unexpected death last year, Nichols’ family and others donated to an endowment fund managed by the Lake...

Summer meals free to all under 18

May 29, 2019
Lake City Public Schools is participating in a state program to bring free breakfast and lunches to students over the summer. Weekdays between June 10 and Aug. 16 (excluding the week of July 4). People under 18 can come to Bluff View Elementary School for breakfast between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. and...

Tenacious, bold and friendly class of 2019 graduates Sunday

May 29, 2019
A commencement ceremony for members of Lincoln High School’s Class of 2019 will be Sunday, June 2, at 2 p.m. in the Lincoln High School gymnasium. Lincoln High School Principal Greg Berge said this year’s class had 55 females and just 37 males. [Editor’s note: Photos of the senior class can be...

Luncheon touches on many subjects

May 23, 2019
People in attendance at the Lake City Chamber of Commerce’s Community Leadership Luncheon May 17 heard about a broad swath of initiatives underway around the city from government, education, and non-profit leaders. From left are: Lake City Public Schools Supt. Erick Enger, Lake City Mayor Mark...

Legion, county host County Day in Wabasha

May 15, 2019
American Legion Wabasha County Council, in partnership with Wabasha County Administration, hosted the 62nd annual High School County Day in Wabasha on May 7. Attending this event were high school seniors from The Lake City and Wabasha-Kellogg School Districts. The students met and heard from the...

Lake City schools win grant to plan safe routes to school

Apr 24, 2019
Lake City Public Schools are among 63 schools in Minnesota that will benefit from $2.3 million in planning assistance and infrastructure grants that support the Safe Routes to School program, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT). Safe Routes to School is an...

School considers levying for parking lot

Apr 10, 2019
The Lake City School Board received information at its March meeting about using its abatement levy authority to pay for the parking lot at Bluff View Elementary School. Doing so would enable the district to fund security enhancements at Lincoln High School and Bluff View, Supt. Erick Enger told...

Special education open house is April 18

Mar 20, 2019
Lincoln High School is planning an open house for the parents of high school students enrolled in special education on Thursday, April 18. Activities will take place from 4:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the high school foyer, cafeteria, and room 209. Attendees can learn about advocating for services in...

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