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    Summer Fun Fair: 110 Exhibitors, Free Raffle with $4000 in Prizes
    Summer Fun Fair: 110 Exhibitors, Free Raffle with $4000 in Prizes
    Posted on 2/19/2020
    Lakota East and West’s hallways will soon be lined a record-setting number of organizations offering summer youth activities. It’s all part of Lakota’s eighth annual Summer Fun Fair events taking place on Monday, March 2 at Lakota East High School and Wednesday, March 4 at Lakota West High School, both from 6-8 p.m.
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    Superintendent to Deliver 2020 State of the Schools March 11
    Superintendent to Deliver 2020 State of the Schools March 11
    Posted on 2/18/2020
    Superintendent Matthew Miller will deliver the district’s third annual “State of the Schools” address on March 11. The event is open to the entire community.
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    Update on EdChoice Voucher Program
    Update on EdChoice Voucher Program
    Posted on 2/15/2020
    The debate over the expansion of public schools on the EdChoice voucher list continues in Columbus. At this point, the Ohio House and Senate have not come to an agreement on a joint solution as to the prospect of 70-percent of the state’s districts having an eligible school on the list. The enrollment period, which was to open on Feb. 1, has been delayed until April 1, following a vote by the state legislators.
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    Lakota Listens: Community Shares Feedback about Facilities
    Lakota Listens: Community Shares Feedback about Facilities
    Posted on 2/15/2020
    Immediately following the first Master Facilities community meeting on Jan. 28, Lakota Local Schools launched a ThoughtExchange online survey to gather feedback about the data shared. 
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    Liberty, Hopewell Join Forces, Make Friendly Wager to ‘Help Other People’
    Liberty, Hopewell Join Forces, Make Friendly Wager to ‘Help Other People’
    Posted on 2/14/2020
    A class project that reaches the point of real community impact is called project-based learning. But when that project lives on the next year without any connection to the original class - and in partnership with another school - some might call it pure selflessness.
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    East Seniors Bring Back Student Safety Committee
    East Seniors Bring Back Student Safety Committee
    Posted on 2/13/2020
    School safety is the number one priority at Lakota, and some students at Lakota East are stepping up to do their part to make sure their school is as safe as possible.
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    Roller Coaster Project Makes Learning Fun
    Roller Coaster Project Makes Learning Fun
    Posted on 2/13/2020
    What’s more fun than riding a roller coaster? How about designing your own coaster? Students in Caroline Smith’s math class took on that challenge, applying concepts like slope, average and angles to an amusement park.
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    New ECS Innovation Hubs Filled with Fun Learning Tools
    New ECS Innovation Hubs Filled with Fun Learning Tools
    Posted on 2/13/2020
    Virtual reality, robots, green screens, and books? Yes! They are all part of Lakota’s newly unveiled Innovation Hubs at its early childhood schools (ECS). The wait is over for Lakota’s youngest learners as they’ve gotten to explore their redesigned media centers over the past few weeks.
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    Union Sixth-Graders Spearhead Greenhouse Renovation
    Union Sixth-Graders Spearhead Greenhouse Renovation
    Posted on 2/13/2020
    Union Elementary School had a dilemma. What to do with their greenhouse, which had been built as part of an Eagle Scout project, when it was badly damaged during a storm. Sixth-grade teacher Madison Geiger found out that when you pair that with a lesson about the environment, magic can happen.
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