2016-2017 LSS Salary Schedules

Spring Registration Flyer 2017 (PDF – 3-9-17)

Required Enrollment Forms for New Students to Lakeland School System

Shared Residency Information

Required for Shared Residence Verification Only: Due to online registration, shared residency will be handled on regular registration day this year which will be Tuesday, August 1st, 2017. 

  1. Parents/guardians who live with another person must provide a Notarized Shared Residence Affidavit – http://goo.gl/foDz6e, along with two (2) of the following items listed below:
    • Car registration of the parent/legal guardian/custodians having lawful control of the student bearing the address at which the student will be residing during the current school year;
    • Voter registration of the parent/legal guardian/custodians having lawful control of the student bearing the address at which the student will be residing during the current school year;
    • Payroll stub of the parent/legal guardian/custodians having lawful control of the student bearing the address at which the student will be residing during the current school year;
    • Three (3) significant pieces of mail with a forwarding sticker bearing the address at which the student will be residing during the current school year;
    • Government Assistance Communication directed to the parent/legal guardian/custodians having lawful control of the student bearing the address at which the student will be residing during the current school year;
    • In the event that two (2) of the items listed directly above cannot be provided, residency may be established by submitting other documentation deemed to be appropriate proof of residence by the department responsible for verifying residency. The parents/legal guardians/custodians of homeless students shall not be subject to the provisions outlined in the Shared Residency Requirements section above.
  2. The homeowner must also be present and provide two (2) proofs of residence from the list on previous page.

Documents

Internet Safety

  • Common Sense Media – This curriculum is designed to empower students to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in our digital world. From lesson plans, videos, student interactives, and assessments, to professional learning and family outreach materials, Common Sense Media provides schools with everything they need to take a whole-community approach to digital citizenship.
  • OnGuardOnlineFree support materials, no login required –  “In Net Cetera: Chatting With Kids About Being Online, OnGuard Online gives adults practical tips to help kids navigate the online world. Kids and parents have many ways of socializing and communicating online, but they come with certain risks. This guide encourages parents to reduce the risks by talking to kids about how they communicate – online and off – and helping kids engage in conduct they can be proud of. Net Cetera covers what parents need to know, where to go for more information, and issues to raise with kids about living their lives online.”