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    #LakotaGivesThanks on Social Media
    #LakotaGivesThanks on Social Media
    Posted on 11/20/2018
    As we count down the days to Thanksgiving break, Lakota is asking staff, students, parents and residents to help us count all the ways we are blessed as a school community. Looking back at the last year, who or what gives you a good reason to be thankful for your Lakota experience?
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    Sport Stacking at Shawnee, Hopewell Exercises Brains & Bodies
    Sport Stacking at Shawnee, Hopewell Exercises Brains & Bodies
    Posted on 11/20/2018
    In addition to being part of a worldwide event, students at Shawnee and Hopewell early childhood schools got to exercise both their bodies and their brains in gym class last week.
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    November Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    November Video Update: A Look Around Lakota
    Posted on 11/20/2018
    Please enjoy this next edition of "A Look Around Lakota." In this month's video update, Superintendent Matthew Miller is joined by Treasurer Jenni Logan to provide a special update about Lakota's recent five-year financial forecast. Plus, see more district-wide highlights from November!
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    #GivingTuesday Kicks Off Year-End #GiveLakota Campaign
    #GivingTuesday Kicks Off Year-End #GiveLakota Campaign
    Posted on 11/19/2018
    The Community Foundation of West Chester Liberty, in partnership with Lakota Local Schools, invites the community to tranform #Giving Tuesday into #GiveLakota this Nov. 27, in support of The Lakota Schools Foundation.
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    Lakota Students & Staff Present, Perform at State Conference
    Lakota Students & Staff Present, Perform at State Conference
    Posted on 11/19/2018
    Lakota Local Schools was well represented at the Ohio School Boards Association Capital Conference. The annual event, held in Columbus, includes three days of in-depth learning for school administrators and board members from across the state.
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    New Student Groups Take Action this Veteran's Day
    New Student Groups Take Action this Veteran's Day
    Posted on 11/16/2018
    Veteran’s Day gave two new student groups at the high school an opportunity to shine, but most importantly, do what they set out to do this school year: honor our local veterans. Although the recent Tri-State Honor Flight brought the Patriotic Firebirds and East Veterans Network together in a unique way last month, both groups are forging their own path. Even just a few months after their inception, both have several impactful programs underway, not to mention even bigger plans for the future.
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    New Netflix Series Features Plains Junior Family
    New Netflix Series Features Plains Junior Family
    Posted on 11/16/2018
    Several Plains Junior seventh-graders will make their first television appearance on a Netflix documentary series called “Dogs” premiering on Nov. 16. Although not the focus, their parts support an emotional story about Plains Junior seventh-grader Corrine Gogolewski and her family. They were followed by a production crew for an entire month last fall while she and her twin sister, Carly, were sixth-graders at Endeavor Elementary. They follow the family’s journey through receiving, training and welcoming Corinne’s service dog, Rory, into their family.
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    Cherokee Student One of Only Six Tri-State "Heroes of Character"
    Cherokee Student One of Only Six Tri-State "Heroes of Character"
    Posted on 11/13/2018
    The standing ovation Cherokee Elementary sixth-grader Landyn Bomar received from a gymnasium full of his classmates last week demonstrated that his depth of his character went far deeper than the words expressed in a recent nomination letter from his former teacher, Todd Overbeck.
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    Liberty Junior's 'Hawk's Choice' Offers Over 30 Learning Activities 
    Liberty Junior's 'Hawk's Choice' Offers Over 30 Learning Activities 
    Posted on 11/12/2018
    Advisory period at Liberty Junior School looked a little different last week. Encouraging teacher voice, student voice and student choice were all a part of creating an event called Hawk’s Choice.
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