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Opened in 1954, Lakeshore Middle School would be replaced by a new building if the bond issue passes.  The new building would be located at Lincoln and 152nd .

Bond Vote set for May 2

Community will decide whether or not to authorize $155 million for new middle school, other upgrades
Peter Ver Duin and Katie Snyder May 1, 2023

On May 2, voters in the GHAPS district will go to the polls to decide whether or not to approve the district’s request for a bond of over $155 million to upgrade facilities and technology. Here is The...

Head coach Greg Immink talks with the program before a practice.

Boys basketball holds annual fundraiser

Brendan Vander Meer, Reporter December 12, 2019

The boys basketball program recently held their annual fundraiser at Lakeshore Middle school. “We enjoy it every single year because we get to play against past alumni that have gone here or we get...

Congressman Bill Huizenga hosts town hall

Maddie Brockmyre, Co-editor in chief April 12, 2017

Congressman Bill Huizenga held a town hall on March 6 at Lakeshore Middle School. Listen to the constituents attending, students who participated and the host himself voice their hopes for the evening.

A crowd member holds up a sign that reads NO on one side and YES on the other. Many used the signs to communicate their distaste or approval for an idea expressed by Congressman Bill Huizenga.

Four staff members reflect on Congressman’s town hall

March 9, 2017

Please note that the following opinions do not reflect the views or stances of the Bucs' Blade as a whole. Maddie Monroe - Reporter “If I was that much of a snowflake I wouldn’t be here.” One...

24-hour basketball game proceeds go to mental health campaign

Maddie Brockmyre, Co-editor in chief January 29, 2016

Over Thanksgiving break, the boys basketball program hosted their first ever 24-hour basketball fundraiser at Lakeshore Middle School. According to varsity boys coach and physical education teacher...

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