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    Superintendent Search Continues: Application Period Now Open
    Superintendent Search Continues: Application Period Now Open
    Posted on 11/30/2016
    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's Logan Named Ohio's 2016 Outstanding Treasurer/CFO
    Lakota's Logan Named Ohio's 2016 Outstanding Treasurer/CFO
    Posted on 11/23/2016
    Lakota Local Schools Treasurer Jenni Logan was named the 2016 Outstanding Treasurer/CFO of the Year by the Ohio Association of School Business Officials’ (OASBO) Foundation for School Business Management. Logan, a 20-year veteran of school business, received her award Nov. 16 at the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA)’s Capital Conference in Columbus.
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    Newest 'Inside Your Schools' Videos Zoom in on Communications, Service
    Newest 'Inside Your Schools' Videos Zoom in on Communications, Service
    Posted on 11/23/2016
    The next two chapters in Lakota’s new eight-part video series, “Inside Your Schools,” are now available. Please take a moment to learn more about two more priorities guiding our work at Lakota: Communications & Customer Service and Giving Back to Our Community.
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    Lakota East Holds Anti-Texting, "Drive to Stay Alive" Campaign
    Lakota East Holds Anti-Texting, "Drive to Stay Alive" Campaign
    Posted on 11/23/2016
    Lakota East senior Sarah Strack knows firsthand the devastation that distracting driving can cause as her 45-year-old uncle, Mark Sevilla, was killed by a driver who was texting. Loss and the hope to prevent others from going through a similar tragedy led her to spearhead the school’s “Hawks Drive to Stay Alive” campaign.
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    High Schools Hold Record-Setting Events for Breast Cancer Awareness, Research
    High Schools Hold Record-Setting Events for Breast Cancer Awareness, Research
    Posted on 11/15/2016
    Lakota West’s 'Volley for the Cure' and East’s 'Hawks for the Cure' events have done more than raise an amazing $150,000 in support of the Susan G. Komen Fund for breast cancer awareness and research.
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    Lakota East’s Dustin Horter a Cross Country State Champion
    Lakota East’s Dustin Horter a Cross Country State Champion
    Posted on 11/14/2016
    “It really meant a lot to me to see the entire school here, helping me celebrate,” said Lakota East junior Dustin Horter following a ticker tape parade down the school’s Main Street. With piles of confetti raining down on him to the cheers of his fellow students, the whole event was almost overwhelming.
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Lakota students and their families got their first taste of Thanksgiving when schools opened their cafeteria doors for a special lunch.

It was a record year -- Child Nutrition served more Thanksgiving meals than ever before!

Lots of volunteers helped the Child Nutrition staff serve the holiday feast.

Lakota's special Thanksgiving meal consisted of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, green beans, stuffing and warm cinnamon apples.

Lakota's Child Nutrition staff and volunteers served over 3000 lbs. of turkey and 250 gallons of gravy for the Thanksgiving meal!

Students helped make centerpieces and decorate the cafeterias for the Thanksgiving meal.

Parents and family members joined students throughout the district for a special Thanksgiving lunch.

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