Welcome, Clippers!

Kennedy Middle School's mission is to develop a child’s academic and social skills necessary to effectively deal with a changing self in a changing world.  We do this through innovative teaching techniques in all classes, collaboration, integrated technology, and rigorous academics, including Honor’s level and project-based learning courses.  We encourage all students to become involved in the school culture through athletics, our multiple student-led organizations, and school spirit activities.  Kennedy Middle School is a great place to create positive memories, learn, grow, and prepare for your future…wherever that may lead you.


Kennedy Information

Rubik's Cube Masterpiece

Kennedy Middle School students have successfully completed our Rubik's Cube mosaic of John F. Kennedy in the Media Center! This mosaic is made up of 225 Rubik’s Cubes solved in a variety of ways! Students have worked for the last 6 weeks during their lunch times to complete the mosaic and the last cube was added today during sixth grade lunch! This Rubik’s Cube mosaic has been a fun way for our students to practice critical thinking, collaboration, and reasoning skills!

Ms. Kubiak would like to thank all of the students who have helped to solve our Rubik's Cubes over the last few weeks! 


Nature Fun at 6th Grade Camp

Sixth grade camp is a time for students to get to know each other and make connections and new friendships that can last a lifetime! At Camp Storer, students participate in a variety of fun activities, and make each day count. During the tough transition into middle school, students feel at ease as they partake in anything from rock climbing to square dances. Everyone loves camp, and finds a home there. Students were able to form bonds and connections that are unlike any other, and form lifelong friendships.

6th Grade Camp

Think Interactive Promotes Stand Up, Speak Out

The entire Kennedy Middle School student body, all 760 students, participated in an interactive, game-based quiz promoting the power of being an upstander inside and outside of the classroom. KMS actively promotes the idea of Stand Up and Speak Out with its numerous anti bullying programs already in place including OK2Say, Heroes Club, Upstander Program, and Challenge Day. In addition to these preestablished programs, KMS invited Think Interactive to this morning’s assembly to promote this powerful message addressing safety in schools in an approachable way.

Principal Pat Donohue shared, “I wanted to welcome an interactive, proactive approach for our students that would create a comfortable environment and open communication channels across the school.” Tim John, creator of Think Interactive, reaches 26 states with his motivating, entertaining messages.

Think Interactive

By the Numbers

79 employees
262 8th grade students
227 7th grade students
256 6th grade students
9,603 school breakfasts served
61,814 school lunches served
745 Chromebooks distributed
34 course offerings
15 extracurricular activities
8 sports
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Points of Pride

During the 2017-18 school year, there have been many reminders of what Lake Shore Public Schools stands for. Please enjoy our Points of Pride slideshow, a collection of reasons why Lake Shore is our home.

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