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    Lakota District Selected for 8th Annual AP Honor Roll
    Lakota District Selected for 8th Annual AP Honor Roll
    Posted on 1/15/2018
    Lakota Local Schools has been selected by the College Board for the 8th annual AP Honor Roll. The district is one of 447 across the United States and Canada, including 34 in Ohio, to receive the distinction. This is the fourth time Lakota has been selected. The AP Honor Roll recognizes school districts that have increased access to Advanced Placement® (AP) coursework while also maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning a score of three or higher on AP exams.
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    Juniors, Seniors Can Apply Now for Spring Internships
    Juniors, Seniors Can Apply Now for Spring Internships
    Posted on 1/14/2018
    This spring, Lakota’s juniors and seniors will have more internship opportunities than ever before. Lakota has partnered with area businesses to create unique learning experiences that also offer elective high school credit. In addition, Lakota departments have developed internships in the areas of public finance, curriculum & instruction and marketing & public relations.
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    Lakota Creates Outreach, Diversity and Inclusion Department
    Lakota Creates Outreach, Diversity and Inclusion Department
    Posted on 1/10/2018
    Lakota Local Schools is proud to announce the creation of the Lakota Outreach, Diversity and Inclusion (LODI) department. This office is charged with enhancing the district’s ongoing efforts to consistently provide all students with a safe, secure and supportive learning environment free from all forms of discrimination, harassment, and intimidation.
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    Community Invited to Martin Luther King Day Celebration Jan. 15
    Community Invited to Martin Luther King Day Celebration Jan. 15
    Posted on 1/10/2018
    The 19th annual community celebration of Martin Luther King Day will take place on Monday, Jan. 15. The commemoration begins at 10:30 a.m. with a ‘March for Unity’ from the Square at Union Centre over to Lakota West High School, where there will be a program followed by a free lunch for all participants. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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    Are You Ready for Winter? Check Your Weather Communication Preferences Today
    Are You Ready for Winter? Check Your Weather Communication Preferences Today
    Posted on 1/04/2018
    Let the dropping temperatures serve as a reminder to check your Lakota communication preferences for possible weather-related delays and closures in the coming months.
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    Schools District-Wide Demonstrate December's 'Lakota Gives Back' Theme
    Schools District-Wide Demonstrate December's 'Lakota Gives Back' Theme
    Posted on 12/20/2017
    Throughout the district, students are showing the spirit of the season by giving back to the community. From our early childhood schools to our high schools, our school communities have been actively involved in helping our neighbors.
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    Shout-Outs: Making Team USA, Celebrating a Community Art Project and Honoring an All-American
    Shout-Outs: Making Team USA, Celebrating a Community Art Project and Honoring an All-American
    Posted on 12/19/2017
    The latest Lakota Shout-Outs include some exceptional athletes and a special art teacher.
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    Lead Singer from 'Blessid Union of Souls' Shares Lessons with West Choir Students
    Lead Singer from 'Blessid Union of Souls' Shares Lessons with West Choir Students
    Posted on 12/19/2017
    Susan Bauer's Lakota West choir room was packed with students on Monday to learn from a very special guest. As singer/musician Eliot Sloan recounted a time when he and fellow band members of 'Blessid Union of Souls' were on the road travelling to their next gig, emotions set in. It happened well over 22 years ago, but Sloan still had to pause to take it all in… the moment when American Top 40 radio host Casey Kasem announced their “I Believe” as the number one song in the nation.
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    West Book-Writing Project Delivers Powerful Lesson to Heritage Students
    West Book-Writing Project Delivers Powerful Lesson to Heritage Students
    Posted on 12/18/2017
    A project that connected some of Lakota’s oldest students with some of its youngest served as a powerful lesson for students on both sides of the table. Lakota West students in Marian Weber’s English 12 World Literature & Composition class created personalized children’s holiday books as a way of inspiring and stressing the importance of literacy to second-graders at Heritage Elementary.
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