Lake Nokomis Community School

The mission of Lake Nokomis Community School is to empower every student to learn and grow every day. We represent diverse cultures and experiences which allows for instruction in the meaning and value of community and the importance of life long learning. At LNCS we are nurturing great potential every day!



Donating through Achieve Minneapolis

Looking to help support Keewaydin and Wenonah financially?  Please consider making a gift to Keewaydin or Wenonah through Achieve Minneapolis.

Welcome New Principal Kelly Wright

MPS Associate Superintendent Steve Flisk shares news of the principal selected for Wenonah Campus in a letter to families.

Summer Reading Logs

Students: complete your Challenge Reading Log and return it to your next year's homeroom/advisory teachers for a free book and a chance to win prizes (although the real gift is the gift of reading).    Reading Log     Middle School Log

Kids Present Friday Announcements!

Listen here to this Friday morning's announcements- presented by Wenonah students- the best podcast you will hear all week.

5th Grade Geometry

 5th Grade mathematicians use music to “Shape Up” Geometry skills! Go to LNCS website to view their incredible performance. Also, later this spring, 5th graders will go the Bell Museum to study the life cycle of bees and their importance to our ecosystem.   VIDEO

MN School of Excellence

Read about Wenonah's proud distinction.
We are a Minnesota School of Excellence.

Lego League Exhibition

Way to go GEMS and GISE!!!  Great day of learning for our STEM students.Thank you to Sullivan School for hosting a fantastic Lego League Exhibition/Competion.  Wenonah students joined in the GEMS/GISE Junior Exhibition and Keewaydin students competed and took 2nd Place in Design in the competition.

Progress Reports - Grades 6-8

Student progress reports for grades 6-8 will go home with students every three weeks - December 11, January 8, February 5, February 26, March 19, April 16, May 7, and May 28.

Defining Bullying Rude vs. Mean vs. Bullying

This links to Huff Post Parents, article Rude vs. Mean vs. Bullying: Defining the Differences