Lake Forest will be on winter break (meaning no school) from Friday Dec. 19 and resuming classes Monday January 5.
We wish you and your family
Happy Holidays !!
Please participate in our parent survey from January 5-January 30, 2015 Click Here for details
Click Here to view the School Board of Broward County's Anti Bullying Policy 5.9 Scroll down to the Parent/Caregiver Training Module
Title I Information:
You can locate the District Policy 1165, 2014-2015 School-wide Parental Involvement Plan and any information provided from the district and state Parent Information and Resource Centers (PIRC) on our Parent Resource Bulletin located in the front office.
Parents can obtain information using the following websites:
* It is important to remind your children to ONLY cross 48th Ave at the crosswalk with the crossing guard. Recently, a first grade student was hit by a car because he crossed in the middle of the street without looking. We are very thankful he is all right but we must remain vigilant in reminding students of safety procedures. Our goal is always to maintain a safe and secure learning environment, both in and around the campus.
*Campus opens at 7:30 AM, there will be No Supervision before that time. PLEASE DO NOT DROP OFF YOUR CHILD BEFORE THAT TIME!!!
* There will be no parking allowed on 48th Avenue near the crosswalk
* Do not let your children out of the car in the middle of the street
2014-2015 School Calendar
"Our Mission is to provide a stimulating and challenging learning environment that meets the needs of all students and enables them to reach their maximum potential."
Code of Conduct
"Parents and students, the Code of Student Conduct Handbook is available electronically on the Broward Schools web site at http://bcps.browardschools.com/codeofconduct.asp. . You must sign the Acknowledgement form found on page XV within 3 days of the first day of school or the date of enrollment.
Feel the Energy...
Did you know that Florida is known as the lightning capital of the United States? Just one flash of lightning can power a light bulb for a month, and in the same way one student’s ideas and dreams can change the world for a lifetime. Our students, staff, parents and community members have that same power to make a difference in our world.
As we embark on a new school year, we realize that the lightning bolt truly represents what it means to be part of the Lake Forest family. We have decided to capture that energy and become the Lake Forest Lightning.
With just the “Power of One”...
...we can ignite young minds and light up the whole community!