The library chairs at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School are a little more comfortable thanks to a dedicated group of students. The middle schools community service club, G.I.V.E. (Get Involved Value Everyone), used their machine sewing skills to create 64 seat cushions for the library. (read more)
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Everybody has a story, and we want to hear yours. Not only do we want to hear it, but we also want to share it with your fellow alumni, students, and the Lakeland community.
We hope to build a connection with all our alums – from youngest to oldest. Fostering a relationship among our alumni and our current families is important to Lakeland.
We want everyone to know what our alumni have been up to since leaving high school. You can also share the story of a fellow alumnus who may not want to brag. Let’s share the stories of our Lakeland Central School District alumnus. Please go to http://www.lakelandschools.org/community/alumni_in_action_form.php to share your story and visit our Alumni in Action web page at http://www.lakelandschools.org/community/alumni.php
We are excited to announce that Susan LaCalamito, a long-time school monitor at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School, is the second recipient of the Lakeland Central School District’s Mission Essential Recognition Award. Board President Denise Kness, Board Vice President Rachelle Nardelli, and Superintendent Dr. George Stone presented LaCalamito with the award in a surprise ceremony held this morning, March 13, at the middle school. Recipients are given a specially developed pin and certificate. All winners will be recognized at the year-end Board of Education meeting in June. Annie Scarola, a Senior Office Assistant in the Pupil Personnel Services Department, was the first honoree in February 2019.