Tuesday, February 5, 2013
St. Clair Shores City Council honored South Lake freshman Owen Hall for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
South Lake freshman Owen Hall led the City Council Monday in the Pledge of Allegiance before receiving a proclamation for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Hall, who has been a South Lake student since elementary school, completed a landscaping project in the courtyard on the high school grounds for his Eagle Scout project. The project also came in under budget, and he donated the remainder of the money to the high school.
Monday, February 4, 2013
The St. Clair Shores Youth Diversity Council is hosting a community dodgeball game to benefit the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center.
Some of the youngest members of the community are coming together to raise funds for the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center. The St. Clair Shores Youth Diversity Council is hosting a community dodgeball game at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the South Lake High School gym. Members of the community including councilmembers Candice Rusie and Pete Rubino, South Lake vice-principal Michael Fringer and Patch editor Edward Cardenas are among those who are scheduled to play. There is a $2 suggested donation for admission, with all proceeds benefiting the Senior Activities Center.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Post an announcement or photo on Patch to let us know if your student-athlete has made plans for college.
National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a big day for many student-athletes, and we would love for you to share their accomplishments on St. Clair Shores Patch. For some high school senior athletes, it's a day they make their college plans official. It's something to take pride in, and we would love to help parents, coaches and athletic directors spread the word. Patch has several ways in which you can share the news about student-athletes from Lake Shore, Lakeview and South Lake. Start spreading the news today on Patch!
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The event will take place Feb. 6 at South Lake High School.
Friday, December 21, 2012
The Lakeview Huskies defeated cross-town rivals South Lake and Lake Shore to win the City Tournament.
The Lakeview Huskies are city champions in boys basketball. The Huskies defeated the Cavaliers 62-23 Dec. 18, and the Shorians 66-43 Dec. 19 en route to winning the City Tournament. The following are statistics from the games: Lakeview 66 Lake Shore 43 Lakeview 62 South Lake 23 Scores provided by Danielle Smith.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Carmen Kennedy, the principal at South Lake High School in St. Clair Shores, will serve another two-year term on the Representative Council of the MHSAA.
South Lake principal Carmen Kennedy will serve another two-year term on the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association, according to a release. Kennedy was reappointed to her post on the legislative body of the MHSAA at a meeting on Nov. 30. The representative council is a 19-person board. All but five members are elected, and four are appointed by the council to facilitate representation of females and minorities.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Members of the community gathered Thursday for a charity volleyball game for Wigs 4 Kids.
Elected officials, representatives of the three school districts and members of the community took to the court Thursday at South Lake High School for a charity volleyball game for Wigs 4 Kids. The game featured officials including Mayor Kip Walby and Councilman John Caron, Lakeshore YMCA Director Joe Kovalchek and Cool City member Jennifer Hornok. Nearly $600 was raised from the game for Wigs 4 Kids, with an additional $300 raised from other fundraisers at the school.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Bump, set, donate. South Lake High School will be hosting a charity volleyball game Thursday to benefit Wigs 4 Kids.
The St. Clair Shores community will come together at 7 p.m. Thursday for a charity volleyball game at South Lake High School. Mayor Kip Walby, Councilman John Caron, Lake Shore High School assistant principal Jannelle Bross, Lakeshore YMCA Director Joe Kovalchek, Cool City member Jennifer Hornok, Jefferson Middle School teacher Leslie Bice, along with members of the South Lake High School staff, will play South Lake students in a charity game. Admission from the game, which is solely by donation, will be dontated to Wigs 4 Kids. T-shirts will also be sold to benefit the proposed skatepark in St. Clair Shores, along with the Shoresopoly games to benefit the St. Clair Shores Senior Center will be sold. "It is a great way to show support for …
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
South Lake Schools welcomed business, community and elected officials Tuesday for a breakfast at the high school.
The cafeteria at South Lake High School was filled Tuesday morning not with students but business, elected and city leaders for the district's first Community and City Leaders Breakfast. "We really wanted to reach out to members of our community," said South Lake Superintendent Pamela Balint, of the breakfast which is part of on-going effort to showcase the district to residents. "It is important for us to reconnect with the community and restore the bond." Nearly 70 people including Mayor Kip Walby, Mark O'Brien, chairman of Roy O'Brien Ford and Richard Swanquist, president of the Lac Ste Claire Kiwanis attended the breakfast catered by culinary students and a performance by the school choir.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The South Lake High School band was the only band from St. Clair Shores to compete Saturday in the Michigan Competing Band Association State Championship Contest at Ford Field.
The South Lake High School band was the only band from St. Clair Shores to compete Saturday in the Michigan Competing Band Association State Championship Contest at Ford Field. The band participated in Flight IV and scored 22.4 points higher than their first show of the season and one place up from state competition last year, according to Shelly Voss Kury who posted information and a photo on the Patch Facebook page.