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  • Case Study: Special Needs
  • Case Study: Transforming
  • Case Study: Quality First


At Lakeshore, we’re committed to offering educational materials and classroom furniture that make a real difference. Developed by educators, our products are meticulously crafted to help students reach developmental and academic milestones through eighth grade, with furniture designed for any learning space through high school. But that’s just the start. We’re also proud to offer Design, Delivery & Installation by Lakeshore—the exclusive service for new or remodeled learning spaces. And to simplify the purchasing process, we offer cost-saving eProcurement Services supported by custom ordering websites tailored to your specific needs.

Contract Highlights

  • Classroom Furniture, Early Childhood Furniture, Elementary Furniture, Middle School Furniture, High School Furniture
  • Classroom Design Planning
  • Customized Learning Solutions, including but not limited to Special Education Solutions
  • White-Glove Delivery & Installation

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Tyler Domski
Vice President
(800) 421-5354, x2783

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Lakeshore Learning Materials: School and Instructional Supplies Resources

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Case Study: Special Needs

Meeting the Needs of Every Community Supporting Peoria Schools with Flexible Learning Spaces for All Students

In 2022, Peoria School District in Illinois had the opportunity to make much-needed furniture upgrades to better support their K-4 students and teachers. But it needed to be the right furniture—flexible, versatile and designed to support a 21st-century learning framework.

To provide a solution—and get the project completed on schedule—the district called on Lakeshore to design, deliver and install Flex-Space furniture in more than 260 general education classrooms. To support implementation, Lakeshore Professional Services Group provided virtual and in-person trainings for teachers and administrators. These one-on-one interactions were game changers, helping educators see for themselves the impact of mobile furniture in their classrooms. It also laid the groundwork for a deeper relationship—leading to a second round of furniture installation to support Peoria’s need for calming spaces and classrooms for students with special needs.

Case Study: Transforming

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Todd County

In 2021, the availability of ESSER funding allowed Todd County School District in Kentucky to address the furniture needs of the entire district—from early learning settings and elementary schools to middle school and high schools.

“As a smaller, rural district, our existing furniture was outdated and piecemeal,” said Superintendent Mark Thomas. “We needed to do better for our students.” After touring neighboring districts, Thomas and his colleagues were determined to upgrade from traditional furniture to mobile furniture that would support 21st-century learning goals. After consultation with peers and agreement from the school board, the mutual consensus was clear: “Let’s take a look at Lakeshore.”

Following the vendor review process, Lakeshore was the unanimous choice. The decision was based on three factors: multifunctional furniture appropriate for each grade, comprehensive service from classroom design to delivery and installation, and the infrastructure to make it all happen within the required time frame.

Case Study: Quality First

The COVID-19 pandemic severely impacted hundreds of early learning programs throughout Arizona. Due to the sudden decrease in enrollment, funding levels fell quickly and dramatically—forcing a number of programs to close, while others were placed in significant jeopardy. In addition to the fall in enrollment and subsequent staff shortages, reduced funding left some programs with outdated furniture and materials—further compromising their ability to provide the engaging experiences young children need. But thanks to funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), resources to tackle the physical needs of remaining programs were made available through Quality First Incentives Expansion.

This initiative was a one-time incentive distributed by First Things First, Arizona’s early childhood agency. With oversight from the Arizona Department of Economic Security and partnership with Valley of the Sun United Way, the initiative was able to provide the support these struggling programs so desperately needed.

While essential to supporting programs in need, funding was only part of the solution. What was needed were cross-sector collaborations that could optimize the use of the financial resources and ensure programs had access to the inspiring materials they needed.