LSYou stands for "Life Skills You" and is Lakeland School’s 18+ year old transition program. LSYou is programming available for students ages 18+ who have completed their Lakeland High School experience but require some continued services to work on their transition goals. LSYou students have not received their Diploma yet.
LSYou provides opportunities for students to gain independent living skills, social skills, employment skills, and self-advocacy skills in real-life settings and to participate in age-appropriate activities in the community appropriate for each student and their post-secondary goals.
2023-2024 Program Calendar
LSYou is based out of Lakeland School but is designed to provide community based experiences along with opportunities to collaborate with adult agencies, work experiences, and meaningful activities that are or will be a part of each student’s adult life.
LSYou students - (back, l-r) Mason H, Mathew K, Caleb H, Anthony H, Isaiah M, Evan H, and (front) Faith S - assist Deputy Dan Nelson (left, Walworth County Sheriff) and Officer Brad Schroeder (right, Delavan Police Department) with the School Resource Officer Food Drive to support the Walworth County Food Pantry, April 17, 2021.