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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 2017-18 K5-6th Grade Supplies Lists.
View the 2017-18 K4 Supplies List.

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

2017-18 District Calendar

Current News

Words Wound: Delete Cyberbullying and Make Kindness Go Viral
Posted 11/17/2017 12:27PM


Parents who have teenagers know their teens are key users of all things related to technology. Therefore, the Grafton High School Student Wellness Committee is hosting a presentation about teenagers' use of technology, on Monday evening, Nov. 27, 6:30 p.m. in the GHS Auditorium. The presentation is open to all in the Milwaukee community, but most suitable for grades 6-12 and adults.

Dr. Justin Patchin, a professor of criminal justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, will be the presenter.

Designed for parents and other adults who care about kids, this is a free presentation. According to Patchin's website, Cyberbullying.org, the presentation provides "a broad overview of the way teens are using and misusing their phones and various Internet-based technologies with a focus on cyberbullying, sexting and unsafe social media practices."

Patchin will discuss the latest apps and sites that are popular with youth today. Specific subtopics of the presentation will include helping youth develop moral compasses, the pros and cons of filtering and monitoring, how to work with the school, and how to build resilience and improve communication with your child.

Patchin earned a Ph.D. in criminal justice from Michigan State University. Since 2002, his research has explored the intersection of teens and technology, with particular focus on cyberbullying, social networking and sexting.

Representatives from Ozaukee Family Services, Starting Point of Ozaukee and Cope Services will also have informational booths at the presentation.

"Student anxiety and stress seems to be at an all-time high. If we can provide students with anxiety-reducing skills and other positive coping mechanisms, I am hopeful that some of the mental health issues in school can be lessened," Grafton High School counselor Greg Johnson said.

Please contact Mr. Mike Kalina, Grafton High School Dean of Students, with any questions, at 262-376-5502.


Lake Bluff Calendar

    • MonDec25 Winter Break
    • TueDec26 Winter Break
    • WedDec27 Winter Break
    • ThuDec28 Winter Break
    • FriDec29 Winter Break
    • MonJan08 Lake Bluff PTO Cloud Red Fundraiser 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM
    • TueJan09 School Board Meeting 7:00 PM

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