Home of the LP Divers & the A-LP Badgers!
Student Council Blood Drive--Tuesday, December 6th from 8:00-2:00 in the Aux. Gym. Walk-ins welcome! Appointment information call 847-4455 or email Tim.Casper@k12.sd.us.
Limited tickets still available for "Annie". Performances on December 16-17.Link for the order for is HERE.
|Lake Preston--A Great Place to Be!|
The mission of the Lake Preston School
is twofold: It is our mission to provide our students with a
foundation of knowledge and skills that will optimize their
opportunities for success in a rapidly changing world and foster
lifelong learning. We shall strive to instill in our
students an appreciation for the virtues of honesty,
citizenship, decency, earning rewards through hard work, and
respect for people, property and social tradition.
Lake Preston School District is advanced in technology and offers all PreK-12 students a laptop, making them a 1-to-1 technology district. We offer dual-credit courses, are academically competitive, offer many extra-curricular activities, and have a low student to teacher ratio.
Feel free to contact us if you would like to learn more about Lake Preston Schools.
Mr. Tim Casper, Superintendent
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Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.