Student Safety

At Lake schools the staff, administration, and the Lake Township Police take school safety very seriously.  We were recently made aware of a possible school safety situation and we believe this story, in many different forms, is traveling around in the social media world.  Many of the social media claims are untrue.
The school, and Lake Township Police, have worked together this weekend to identify the source of this situation and the investigation is ongoing.  Right now steps are being taken to make sure that everyone is safe in our schools.
While we cannot share more information at this time, please know that your students, and their safety, are very important to us.  As always, we encourage anyone that knows of a possible school safety risk, to please contact the school and/or the Lake Township Police Department.
Thank you and enjoy what remains of your weekend.
We seem to have many complaints that not enough information has been shared.  Fortunately or unfortunately, there are laws that protect student privacy. 
Having said that, the student that ALLEGEDLY made threatening statements will not be in school tomorrow.  The person the student allegedly threatened directly does not go to our school.
Because of the social media inaccuracies, our main reason for the message is so people know we know about the situation and it is safe to return to school tomorrow.
Lee Herman
Lake High School

Summer Feeding Program

Lake Partnership Summer Food Service Program 2018

Community Partners are coming together to provide kids ages 1-18 years free lunch!

Lake Elementary School 28150 Lemoyne Rd. Millbury, Ohio June 11 through June 29, 2018
Breakfast Available 9:00AM-9:45AM
Lunch Available 10:30AM-12:45PM

June 12 through August 16, 2018 Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays (NO SERVICE JULY 3, 4, 5)

Aqua Terrace 400 Park View, Walbridge Ohio. Lunch Available 11:15AM-12:00PM

St Paul Methodist Church 1459 South St. Millbury Ohio. Lunch Available 11:45AM-12:30PM

Eastpointe Complex Townhouse Gazebo Area 3617 Lake Pointe Dr. Northwood Ohio Lunch Available 12:15PM-1:00PM

No Carry Outs, No Take Away, Food must be eaten on site. Meals available only to Children 1 year to 18 years old.

Sign up for updated program information: Text the message @6e7k3k to the number 81010.
Or Go to on a desktop computer to sign up for email notifications.

This information can be found in PDF format by clicking here.

National School Bus Safety Week

Oct. 16-20 is National School Bus Safety Week.  It serves as a reminder for students, parents, teachers and the community to keep school bus safety a priority.  This year’s theme is STOP ON RED!

*Did you know hat it would take 550,000 cars daily to transport the 800,000 students to school who ride Ohio’s 14,500 buses?  School buses are the safest mode of transportation!  They are even safer than riding in your car!  Each day Lake buses travel approx. 884 miles.

*The biggest risk facing buses is a distracted driver.  As the bus travels its route, it is a moving intersection.  Each time the bus stops to load or unload students, traffic must stop.  It is the law that all traffic must stop when a bus is loading or unloading students on the roadways with less than 4 lanes.  Traffic must stop even if the red lights are not on!  The fine for passing a school bus is $500.00 and the judge can choose to suspend the driver’s license.

*All students, no matter the age or grade level, are assigned a designated place of safety by their driver.  Does your child know where their place of safety is?  Students are required to stay at their place of safety until the bus pulls away.