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    District, Six Schools Receive ODE's Momentum Award
    District, Six Schools Receive ODE's Momentum Award
    Posted on 11/21/2017
    Lakota Local Schools, including six individual schools within the district, has received the Ohio Department of Education’s Momentum Award for 2017. This annual recognition is given to districts or schools that have received A’s on all Value-Added measures on the state report card. In addition, winners of the award must also have at least two Value-Added subgroups of students, including gifted, lowest 20% in achievement and students with disabilities.
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    Saluting Our Veterans
    Saluting Our Veterans
    Posted on 11/20/2017
    Emotions were high as Adena Elementary closed out its Veterans Day program Nov. 10 with nearly 700 students saluting the more than 80 veterans joining them in the school cafeteria that morning.
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    Shout-Outs: Special Student and Staff Recognitions
    Shout-Outs: Special Student and Staff Recognitions
    Posted on 11/20/2017
    Click to read more about special student and staff recognitions for East senior Dustin Horter, Union teacher Greg Clark, Lakota's Director of Curriculum Keith Koehne, and Adena's Helen Vassilou.
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    November Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    November Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    Posted on 11/16/2017
    Lakota Local Schools is proud to share this next edition of a new monthly video update, "A Look Around Lakota." The November edition features just some of the latest highlights and happenings around Lakota, as shared by Lakota Superintendent Matthew Miller.
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    #LakotaGivesThanks on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
    #LakotaGivesThanks on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
    Posted on 11/15/2017
    Through Nov. 21, post one or more photos that best capture the people, places, programs or things that make Lakota a better place. We invite you to share your personal words of thanks on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or all three!
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    IKEA Gives Lakota West Media Center $11K Makeover
    IKEA Gives Lakota West Media Center $11K Makeover
    Posted on 11/15/2017
    The Lakota West High School community, in partnership with IKEA West Chester, is celebrating a completely refurbished space inside its media center. The global retailer’s in-kind donation of more than $11,000 in mostly furniture, and some lighting and other decorative items, has transformed the space into a more contemporary learning environment for all students.
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    Liberty Junior Celebrates 40 Years
    Liberty Junior Celebrates 40 Years
    Posted on 11/14/2017
    In 1977, Star Wars IV: A New Hope, Smokey and the Bandit and Saturday Night Fever were hits at the box office; a gallon of gas cost 65 cents; the New York Yankees won the World Series; and Steve Martin was frequently quoted as saying, “Well, excuuuuuuuse me!” Arguably, one of the best things to happen in 1977 was Liberty Junior School opening its doors to educate students in the Lakota Local School District.
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    West Artwork Selected for NYC Photography Exhibition
    West Artwork Selected for NYC Photography Exhibition
    Posted on 11/14/2017
    High school students throughout the United States answered the call for submissions to show their photographic artwork alongside their peers in an exhibition titled "2017 America." The committee received over 2000 photos from 30 states. Twelve photos submitted by Lakota West students were selected for the exhibition.
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    West Criminal Justice Class Welcomes Hamilton County Prosecutor
    West Criminal Justice Class Welcomes Hamilton County Prosecutor
    Posted on 11/09/2017
    If the end goal is an authentic learning experience, there’s no replacement for a live expert source. That was exactly the thought behind Lakota West teacher Diann Adams’ decision to invite Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters into her American Law & Criminal Justice class this week.
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Indy students pose with the grand total of donations they collected for Reach Out Lakota.Shawnee ECS students for food drivecentral office stuff the bus photoheritage students stuffing the bus

Independence students show the total of donations they collected.

Shawnee ECS students "Stuff the Bus' for Reach Out Lakota.

The Central Office joined the schools to "Stuff the Bus" for Reach Out Lakota.

Students from Heritage added their donations to the "Stuff the Bus" food drive.

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