Welcome to Lapeer County Intermediate School District
The mission of the Lapeer County Intermediate School District is to promote, initiate, and implement educational and support services for its constituent local districts; engage in cooperative programs with other entities; and plan, implement, and carry-out programs that promote the educational, career, and service needs of the LCISD service area.
LCISD Accomplishments 2011-12
START Statewide Autism Resources and Training offered professional development for educators in the use of researched based practices to improve learning, socializing, and self-reliance for students with autism. Following the peer-to-peer support module, 15 schools implemented the LINKS program countywide, with at least 1 building in each local district. Several community agencies have sponsored local district LINKS programs, including Lapeer Kiwanis Club and Lapeer County Community Foundation.
CARE Crisis Assessment, Response, and Education Team implemented schoolwide at ETC - To respond to crisis situations in a manner that respects individuals and promotes care, welfare,safety and security for all staff and students.
BEST Business-based Employability Skills Training - 33 students with disabilities participated in 53 community-based work experiences during 2011-12. Flyer here
AARI – Adolescent Accelerated Reading Initiative - Training provided to 30 general and special education teachers in Lapeer County in this Reading intervention program designed for middle and high school students struggling in reading. Results from the use of this program have been staggering (Click here to view).
DA DAY - Disability Awareness Days held in 5 local district elementary buildings. more....
LCHAMP - Lapeer Cooperative Highly Accelerated Mathematics Program was implemented in Lapeer County in conjunction with the Department of Mathematics and the Honors College of Michigan State University to provide classroom instuction for qualified mathematically gifted students in grades 7-10 in Lapeer County.
Career in Education, Crayons, and Community Service! Imlay City High School, Yecenia Navarro and Ed Tech teamates, Jacklyn House and Peighton Douglas from Dryden High School, worked together to provide crayons and smiles to the young children at Detroit children's Hospital as part of a Skills USA project for their Careers in Education class taught by Katie Josef at the Career and Education Center. "We have received donations of crayons all the way from Florida!" state K. Josef. more…..
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Lapeer County Intermediate School District does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, genetic information, or any other unlawful basis in its programs, activities, or employment. The following individuals have been designated as the District Compliance Officers whose responsibilities are to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:
Michelle M. Proulx, Director of Special Education (student - related)
Ann M. Schwieman, Director of Administrative Services and Personnel (staff - related)