District News

    Lakota School Board Elects New 2017 President
    Lakota School Board Elects New 2017 President
    Posted on 1/12/2017
    Ben Dibble was named president of the Lakota Board of Education at the board’s organizational meeting Monday. Todd Parnell retained his position as vice president. Lynda O’Connor, Ray Murray, and Julie Shaffer hold the other board seats.
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    Applications Now Available for All Spring Internships
    Applications Now Available for All Spring Internships
    Posted on 1/09/2017
    This spring, Lakota’s juniors and seniors will have more internship opportunities than ever before. Lakota has partnered with seven area businesses to create unique learning experiences that also offer elective high school credit.
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    Lakota Welcomes Two New Healthcare Internship Partners
    Lakota Welcomes Two New Healthcare Internship Partners
    Posted on 1/09/2017
    Lakota Local Schools is proud to welcome its two newest business partners – Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital (Liberty Campus) – to its growing portfolio of high school student internships. This brings the district’s total count to 18 local business partners supporting career exploration and regional workforce development among Lakota high school students.
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    Students, Community Benefit from Athletic Partners
    Students, Community Benefit from Athletic Partners
    Posted on 1/06/2017
    Lakota’s new partnership with Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine and the Christ Hospital Health Network is the latest in a longstanding tradition to initiate athletic marketing partnerships to increase student services and opportunities in a fiscally-responsible manner.
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    Lakota Seeking Community Input on 2018-19 Academic Calendar
    Lakota Seeking Community Input on 2018-19 Academic Calendar
    Posted on 1/02/2017
    The Lakota Calendar Committee is preparing a 2018-2019 district calendar recommendation for the Board of Education. Lakota staff, students, parents and community members are invited to review the current draft before any final recommendation is presented to the school board in late February 2017.
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    Superintendent Search Continues: Application Period Now Open
    Superintendent Search Continues: Application Period Now Open
    Posted on 12/21/2016
    Following a series of community input sessions, the Lakota Board of Education’s search for the school district’s next superintendent continues. With a candidate profile now available, the application period for all eligible candidates will extend through Jan. 13, 2017.
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    Lakota West Holds Art Alumni Day, Providing Career Exploration Insight for Current Students
    Lakota West Holds Art Alumni Day, Providing Career Exploration Insight for Current Students
    Posted on 12/20/2016
    Imagine learning the “inside scoop” from someone who is already working in your field of interest, someone who graduated perhaps just a few years ago from your high school.
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    New Student Fanfare Events Put Community Support on Display
    New Student Fanfare Events Put Community Support on Display
    Posted on 12/19/2016
    Lakota East High School, both the freshman and main campuses, were among the first scheduled stops in a new series of community fanfare events supporting student achievement.
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    Lakota Schools Give Back This Holiday Season
    Lakota Schools Give Back This Holiday Season
    Posted on 12/16/2016
    Perhaps it is the increased need of many area residents during the winter months or the emphasis on helping this time of year. Regardless of the reason, many Lakota schools took on special projects in order to help others.
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These are just some of the many ways Lakota Gives Back, both during the holidays and throughout the year.

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Lakota prepares students for
 the realities of today and the
unknown possibilities of tomorrow.