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We need state tests to make sure all students are progressing ... 

Ann Rose Santoro of the Port Chester School District says that the Next Generation Learning Standards were a collaborative effort of teachers, administrators and parents.  Go to "Learn More" below to view the video (courtesty of Lo-Hud).

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August 13, 2018
The Lakeland Central School District's 2018-2019 Calendar of Events is available online.  The calendar will be mailed to Lakeland parents and guardians. You can call the Public Information Office Monday through Friday to request a calendar and be placed on the mailing list (914-245-1700).
The Board of Education will hold its regular business meeting on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak. The meeting is open to the public and there are two opportunities for public.
Driving to school and parking in the student lot is a senior privilege and is considered to be an extra-curricular activity that is governed by the same standards for academic eligibility and discipline. Parking may be revoked or suspended as a result of disciplinary action or failure to maintain a satisfactory attendance record.

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Due to the recent inclement weather the completion of the Walter Panas turf needed to be delayed. With good weather the rest of the week, we can officially announce the new field will be opened for use on Friday, August 17.  At this juncture, all practice times and locations have been communicated to student-athletes. If you have a question you can contact the Athletic Office at 914-739-2823 ext. 39226. Thank you all in advance and we apologize for the delay.
As you may have heard, following regulations from New York State Education Department that were finalized on July 19th, we determined our school schedules needed adjustment in order to meet the state requirements for instructional hours over the course of the upcoming year. Not doing so would result in the loss of State Aid which is critical to staffing, programs and the responsibility to our taxpayers.  (complete article)

New York State law (law effective July 1, 2018) requires a physical examination for students entering Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Grades 1, 3, 5, 7,9, and 11, and all students transferring into the Lakeland Central School District. These examinations must be completed on the approved NYS Student Health Examination Form for School.  The form is due in the Health Office 30 days from the date of school entry.  (complete article)

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