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    Welcome Center Open through Summer, Relocates to Central Office June 21
    Welcome Center Open through Summer, Relocates to Central Office June 21
    Posted on 5/22/2018
    Lakota’s Welcome Center, previously known as the Enrollment Center, will remain open throughout the summer to welcome families new to Lakota for the 2018-19 school year. Beginning June 21, the Center will be available at its new location inside Lakota’s Central Office, located at 5572 Princeton Road.
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    School Messenger Notification Accounts Set to Update July 1
    School Messenger Notification Accounts Set to Update July 1
    Posted on 5/22/2018
    Lakota uses a comprehensive mass notification system, School Messenger, for delivering important school- and district-wide messages via email, phone and text message. All accounts will update to reflect new school and grade assignments for the 2018-19 school year on July 1.
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    Holocaust Survivor's Message to West Freshman: Words are Powerful
    Holocaust Survivor's Message to West Freshman: Words are Powerful
    Posted on 5/18/2018
    The resounding message at Lakota West Freshman from Holocaust survivor Dr. Al Miller last week was loud and clear: “Words are ever so powerful.”
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    May Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    May Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    Posted on 5/17/2018
    Lakota Local Schools is proud to share this next edition of its monthly video update, "A Look Around Lakota." The May edition features just some of the latest highlights and happenings around Lakota.
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    Freedom Students Help Build Monarch Waystation Garden
    Freedom Students Help Build Monarch Waystation Garden
    Posted on 5/17/2018
    Freedom students Pranav Khadkikar, Holden Burgess, and Siddharth Khadkikar came to Principal Lance Green two years ago with a proposal to build a LifeLAB Monarch Waystation garden on school grounds. After getting approval, the students and their families went right to work building the Waystation.
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    East Students' Magnified Giving Projects Support Charities
    East Students' Magnified Giving Projects Support Charities
    Posted on 5/17/2018
    Honors English students at the East freshman campus have recently completed a project not only for a grade, but for a good cause. The students were tasked to choose a non-profit organization in greater Cincinnati to champion through a research project and presentation.
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    Special Guests Share Motivational Messages with Plains Junior Students
    Special Guests Share Motivational Messages with Plains Junior Students
    Posted on 5/16/2018
    It was motivational Monday when two special guests visited Plains Junior School this week. Amberly Gray, a former Plains student and Lakota West graduate, and Rick Hughes, a retired professional basketball player, spoke to the students about hard work and perseverance.
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    East Students Gift Custom Toy Cars, Learn Engineering is Emotional
    East Students Gift Custom Toy Cars, Learn Engineering is Emotional
    Posted on 5/16/2018
    The smiles and squeals of joy filling the halls at Cincinnati Children’s Perlman Center on April 27 was all the payback Lakota East sophomore Maddie Barone needed for the countless hours - both during and after class - that she invested in a year-long engineering project.
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    Eighth-Graders Get D.C. Send-Off from Congressman Davidson
    Eighth-Graders Get D.C. Send-Off from Congressman Davidson
    Posted on 5/15/2018
    At some point during their eighth grade year, Lakota students have a chance to board a bus bound for Washington D.C. to bring American history lessons to life. Liberty Junior students are on their trip right now, and last week Hopewell Junior students had a special guest send them off for their visit to the nation’s capital. Congressmen Warren Davidson addressed the Hopewell eighth-graders, sharing why many of the stops they will make in D.C. are so important.
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