Lakewood Students and Families

School Hours: 7:45 am - 2:15 pm
Student Drop-off & Pick-up Hours: 7:15 AM & 2:15 PM

 

Need more information on registering your child for school?

Click this link for more information

Besides the registration forms, the following documents are required:   

  1. Copy of Birth certificate, Hospital certificate, Passport, Physician/Midwife certificate (we can make a copy for you).
  2. Legal Proof of Residency (1 of the following): Property tax statement, signed lease, purchase agreement, open enrollment form.

ISD 709 Elementary Schools Provide:

  • Free all day, every day Kindergarten
  • 90 minutes reading, plus 30 minutes writing each day: Series is Reading Wonders as well as Math Wonders
  • Science and Social Studies instruction daily
  • Art, Music, Physical Education and Media
  • Advanced academic opportunities and comprehensive interventions to boost reading and math skills
  • Guidance and support to help students learn safety, responsibility, respect and kindness
  • Parent and community partnerships to support
  • education and the School Forest
  • K.E.Y. Zone after-school program until 6 pm

Lakewood is a Community Elementary School Providing 21st Century Classrooms and Facilities located at: 5207 North Tischer Rd, Duluth 55804
Phone: 218-336-8870
Fax: 218-336-8874

Free Breakfast everyday for all Students.
Child Nutrition Website
NEW: Apply Online to  Receive Free/ Reduced Priced Meals

Symptom Screening Tool from the MN Department of Health

  • If you checked “yes” for fever AND one of the other symptoms, keep your child home for at least 24 hours after his or her fever is gone without fever-reducing medicine. For many children this will be 5 to 7 days. Your child should feel well enough to participate in school before returning. If you have questions about your child’s health or symptoms, call your child’s doctor or clinic.
  • When you report your child’s absence please indicate if your child has a fever of 100 degrees or more, including a cough and/or sore throat.

Detailed Information from the Minnesota Department of Health