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Welcome to Lake Superior Elementary

Lake Superior School Profile



Breakfast Serving Times:
8:40am - 9:10am

Recess/Lunch Serving Times:
K/1: 11:45 - 12:30
5/3: 12:15 - 1:00
2/4: 12:45 - 1:30

SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2019 - 2020 School Supply List! Click here to view and print it.


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Lake Superior Elementary is a safe place and will continue to be a safe place with clear school/parent communication.

Important Note:

  • If your child's transportation is different than their normal routine/transportation please send a note, or call, both are highly encouraged. Without a note or phone call a child will be directed to follow their normal transportation routine.

  • Students will remain in the building and will not be allowed to leave the school until a parent/guardian signs the child out in the main office.


  • The large lot nearest the playground (South) is for bus drop off/pick up and overflow school activities. Please continue to use the smaller lot nearest the main entrance (North) for student drop off/pick up and/or parking.


Attendance Policies

Attending School regularly has a huge impact on a student’s academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school . Build this habit early so your child learns right away that going to school on time, every day is so important. Good attendance will not only help them be more successful in school but those habits carry with them into college and at work.

Chapter 118.15(1)(a), Wisconsin Statues, requires that any person (parent, guardian, foster parent, or relative placement) having under their control (has responsibility for) a student who is between the ages of six and eighteen years shall cause the student to attend school regularly (religious holidays excepted) during all scheduled hours, full-time until the end of the term, quarter, or semester of the school year in which the student becomes eighteen years of age, graduates or is relieved of school attendance with a legal excuse.

Parents or guardians have the right to excuse a student’s absence from school, for any or no reason, by notifying the school of the student’s absence. Parents must call within 24 hours of the absence or it will be considered unexcused. A student may be excused for up to ten days per year under this provision Wis. Stat  118.15(3)©.

More than five unexcused absences in one school semester is considered habitual truancy. Wis. Stat. sec 118.16(1)(a) and (c).

Medical excuses for the student from a doctor or dentist do not count towards the allowed absences.

8:40am—Doors open for breakfast

9:10am—School Starts

9:11am—9:26am—Morning Tardy

9:27am—12:00pm—Morning Absence

12:01pm—3:26—Afternoon Absence

3:27—3:42—Afternoon Tardy

Call 715-398-7672 extension 24200 to report an absence. Please leave a message if the secretary is away from her desk.


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