Mobile App Provides Information to Families, Students on the Go
Delaware public school students and their families now can download a free mobile app that gives them access to vital student information on their phones or tablets. After logging in, parents or guardians and students can choose from easy-to-view icons to access activities, notifications, classwork, report cards, calendar, attendance information, and more. Additionally, the mobile app allows easy access to information regarding a student’s daily schedule.
“This is another tool to make it easier for schools to communicate and share information with those at home and for families to access the information they need to support students’ learning at home,” Secretary of Education Steve Godowsky said.
The mobile application is free to families of schools that have enabled Home Access Center. The app is available for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on the App Store, for Android devices on GooglePlay, and for Kindle Fire on Amazon.
Another application for teachers and administrators is expected to be released in the coming weeks.
LFSD has created a Memorial Fund at CNB Bank in Felton to assist the family with funeral costs for the loss of Kevin Kimbrough-Roach. If you would like to donate please visit CNB Bank before May 31, 2016. The District is deeply saddened by the loss of one of our students and our hearts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Kevin.
It is with great pleasure that the Lake Forest School District announces the Teachers of the Year for the 2016-2017 SY! We would like to congratulate the following teachers:
Heather O’Connor from Lake Forest High School
Diane Kemp from W.T. Chipman Middle School
Aubrey Johnson from Central Elementary School
Heather Melvin from North Elementary School
Jennifer Watterton from East Elementary School
Brandi Short from South Elementary School
We are honored to have these exceptional teachers represent the Lake Forest School District! (more…)
Congratulations to Lake Forest High School Seniors that recently signed with colleges for athletics. They are Austin Aguilar and Allie Bishop with Bridgewater College, Noah Feague-Johnsonwith Salisbury State University and Benjamin Moore with Wesley College.