Our Mission... Success For Every Student


Principal: Mr. Dahlk
Assistant Principal: Mr. Kaufmann



Please click on the "calendar" tab at the top of the page to see what is happening daily and weekly at Lance.

1/2 Day on May 22

Students released at noon. Building will be closed at 12:15pm. Plesae have rides planned accordingly.


Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day)

No Headphones In School

Due to increased issues and repeatedly asking students to remove headphones/ earbuds, starting Wednesday, May 13 over the ear headphones are not allowed anywhere in the building (before or after school).  The only exception to this is if they are school issued headphones for testing or Spanish class.  If a student needs headphones for a class per the directions of a teacher they must be the earbud style.  Once the student leaves the classroom the earbuds must be out of sight.  If we see any headphones/ earbuds during the school day and the student does not have direct permission from a teacher or they have them visible in the hallway the headphones will be confiscated and a parent will need to pick them up.

Band Concert

June 3 at 7:00pm

KUSD Parent/Guardian Survey

Parents/guardians are encouraged to log onto Infinite Campus between Wednesday, April 29 and Friday, May 29 to participate in this year’s board required KUSD Parent/Guardian Survey. The survey, which used to be sent via Survey Monkey, will now be available via the parent portal on Infinite Campus. Survey results will be anonymously compiled and parents are urged to take the survey for each student enrolled in KUSD, especially if they attend different schools. Any parent/guardian having issues logging in should contact the KUSD Helpdesk at 359-7700.

Attention 8th Grade Families

Save the date for the following:

8th Grade End of the Year Celebration - Monday, June 8 at Guttormsens (6-8pm). Permission slips will be coming in early May. This is for 8th grade students only.

Awards Ceremoy - June 11 at 10:30am. Doors will open for parents at 10:00am. This is for parents only, no siblings, or relatives due to space in the auditorium. Students must be passing their classes to participate in the awards ceremony. All students must be dressed in accordance of the KUSD dress code policy.

Last Day of School

Thursday, June 11

Students released at noon.

  • All lockers must be emptied by Tuesday, June 9. Anything left in lockers at the end of the day will be discarded.
  • 6th and 7th grade students, please take your Lance lock with you to use again next year.
  • No backpacks/ bags are allowed after Tuesday, June 9th. These items will be collected before school and held in the main office until the end of the day.

Boys Volleyball

Starting in the fall of 2015, Carthage College will host a middle school boys volleyball league (for all athletes in 6th-8th grade) that will run five weeks from Sept. 13 to Oct. 11. Athletes from Kenosha Unified schools will meet at 6 p.m. each Sunday during this time for an hour of instruction with all athletes followed by a match between their middle school and that of another school. (If a school does not have enough athletes to field a team by itself, those athletes will be combined with another school to compete.)

There will be a sign-up night at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, in the Tarble Arena of Carthage College for anyone interested in the fall middle school league. During this time, Coach Marx will also offer a short clinic for all middle school boys who would like a preview of what is to come in the fall. Click here for details.

Earn Money Towards Field Trips

Click the image above to learn how you can raise funds to pay for your child's field trips.


"Kids have been bullying each other for generations. The latest generation, however, has been able to utilize technology to expand their reach and extent of their harm. This phenomenon is being called cyberbullying, defined as: willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices." Click on the links below to learn how you can help with your child.

SAY NO to cyberbullying