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Lake Bluff Elementary School

Phone: (414) 963-6972
Fax: (414) 961-2815
1600 E. Lake Bluff Blvd.
Shorewood, WI 53211

Welcome to Lake Bluff Elementary School!

At Lake Bluff, we prepare students to meet the challenges of tomorrow by providing an education responsive to each child's talent and abilities in a nurturing environment. Our school community values character education as well as academic growth. Our approach focuses on the whole child. Our innovative and energetic teachers and staff assist our students in developing the skills they will need to be life long learners. Lake Bluff is fortunate to have an active parent organization that supports our school community through direct classroom volunteering, parent & student social activities, artists-in-residence programs, parent forums and so much more.

Did you know that Lake Bluff was named a State School of Character in 2012 by WCEP and a National School of Character by the National CEP at a National convention in Washington DC? Lake Bluff was the only school in the state of Wisconsin to receive this recognition in 2012 and one of about 25 in the entire nation. Our status as a National School of Character is awarded for five years. Click HERE to read more about this honor.

View the 2016-17 Lake Bluff School Supplies Lists

Visit the PTO website for more information about what’s going on at Lake Bluff!

2016-17 District Calendar

Current News

Second interviews for the Shorewood School District's Director of Technology position will take place on January 31. For more information, please click the above title.
Marquette University's Engineering Academies offer students of all ages a wide variety of interesting and challenging programs. To view the Spring 2017 schedule and to register for classes, click the above title.
Starting March 13, the Shorewood Recreation & Community Services Department will offer a course called "Community Conversations on Race." This class will be a five-part series focused on developing individual capacity to discuss and address issues of race and racism. For more info, click the above title.
The District's Special Education Office has scheduled the remaining Special Education Informational Sessions for the 2016-2017 school year. To view more details about these sessions, click the above title.
Dr. Michael Mazius--a clinical psychologist specializing in treatment of children with ADD, Underachievement Syndrome, and other behavioral/learning problems--is hosting a talk to discuss the ways in which parents can aid their children in growing their capacity to observe, evaluate, and control their impulses. For more info, click the above title.

Lake Bluff Calendar

    • ThuFeb02 Bright Beginnings Open House 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

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