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2021-2022 Student Calendar

The student calendar for the 2021-2022 school year was approved by the Lake County School Board on Dec. 14, 2020. Highlights include:

  • First Day of Classes: Aug. 10. 
  • Labor Day/Student Holiday: Sept. 6
  • Teacher Work Day/Non-Student Day: Oct. 8
  • Veterans Day/Student Holiday: Nov. 11
  • Thanksgiving Holiday: Nov. 22 - Nov. 26
  • Teacher Work Day/Non-Student Day: Dec. 17
  • Winter Break: Dec. 20 - Jan. 3
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Jan. 17
  • Presidents' Day/Student Holiday: Feb. 21
  • Teacher Work Day/Non-Student Day: March 11
  • Spring Break: March 14-March 18
  • Last Day of Classes: May 27

See the full student calendar at this link. 

2021-2022 Bell Schedule

High School: Instructional Day -- 7: 20 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

Elementary School: Instructional Day -- 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Beverly Shores Elementary Only: Instructional Day -- 8:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Rimes Early Learning Center Only: Instructional Day -- 8:15 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Middle School: Instructional Day -- 9:20 am. to 4:00 p.m. 

K-8 School: 

Lake Pointe Academy                  Only: Instructional Day --            8:20 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

***Remember, Wednesdays are early release days. Schools will dismiss one hour early on Wednesdays. 

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VPK Registration is Now Open

2022 Graduation Dates

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Challenged Materials Process

Parents and/or teachers or staff are encouragd to discuss concerns regarding classroom materials with their child's teacher and/or their school administrator. If the concern is not resolved, the parent, staff member or an individual who does not have a child who attends a Lake County School, may request a district level review as required by Florida Statute 1006.283 for "Challenged Materials." To request a district level review, please submit the "Challenged Materials" form in its entirety.  The form is available HERE.

LCS Reproductive Health & Disease Education

Pursuant to State law, the Lake County School Board must provide an evidence-based, medically-accurate comprehensive health education curriculum that includes state-required instruction in the concepts of reproductive health. In Lake County Schools, this required instruction for students occurs in Grade 5, Grades 6, 7, 8 and in high school using the School Board-approved, age-appropriate Reproductive Health Curriculum. Learn more HERE. 

Lake County Schools School Bus Safety

Click here for more transportation information

No texting and driving in school zone

 

Every year, as students head back to school, we issue reminders to motorists to drive carefully:

  • Be alert and watch for children, especially near schools, bus stops school buses and in school parking lots;
  • Watch for and obey signals from school crossing guards;
  • Only drive or park in authorized areas to drop off or pick up children at school; and
  • Stop when approaching a school bus that is stopped with its red lights flashing and STOP arm extended.

We added a new reminder to the list a couple of years ago. No texting and driving. It's against the law. In fact, the law prohibits drivers from even holding a wireless device while in a designated school crossing, school zone or an active work zone with workers are present. So, if you’re near a school, please put down your phone.

Hands-free use, such as through a Bluetooth device, is still allowed.

LCS Code of Student Conduct Introduction & Superintendent Welcome

Superintendent of Lake County Schools gives an introduction to the Code of Conduct and Policy Guide. Click here for complete video overviews of all sections.