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    Lakota West Staff Makes Dance Experiences Extra Special
    Lakota West Staff Makes Dance Experiences Extra Special
    Posted on 10/24/2017
    Every fall, Nicole Lampe and the rest of the Special Education staff at Lakota West host a special homecoming event. Their students are invited to West to enjoy dinner with their friends in a festive environment with balloons, tablecloths, and even a selfie station complete with fun hats and glasses.
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    Parent Engagement Programs Take Off, Improve Academic Performance
    Parent Engagement Programs Take Off, Improve Academic Performance
    Posted on 10/23/2017
    When parents are engaged in their child's education, their academic performance improves. It is this belief that drives Angie Brown to always be on the lookout for new ideas to engage parents and their children.
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    Plains Eighth-Graders Experience College, Career Choices at 'Discover STEM' Conference
    Plains Eighth-Graders Experience College, Career Choices at 'Discover STEM' Conference
    Posted on 10/20/2017
    Plains Junior School eighth-graders accounted for nearly a quarter of the area students who attended the recent Discover STEM Conference, a college and career fair hosted by the Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC).
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    Calling All 2-6 Grade Readers: LEADS Book Club is Back
    Calling All 2-6 Grade Readers: LEADS Book Club is Back
    Posted on 10/20/2017
    The LEADS Book Club will meet on Nov. 13 in the media center at Union Elementary. The book selection for Rockin’ Readers (grades 2-4) is Frindle by Andrew Clements and the Novel Bunch (grades 4-6) will be discussing Hatchet by Glen Paulson.
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    Superintendent Miller Talks on 'Listen Up Lakota' Oct. 20, 26
    Superintendent Miller Talks on 'Listen Up Lakota' Oct. 20, 26
    Posted on 10/19/2017
    Tune in to WMKV 89.3FM, WLHS 89.9FM Friday, Oct. 20 at 5 p.m. for a special edition of "Listen Up Lakota." This month's radio interview features Lakota Local Schools Superintendent Matthew Miller and Reach Out Lakota CEO Peyton Gravely discussing the longstanding partnership between both organizations, including the twist on this year's 10th annual district-wide food drive.​​​​​​​
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    Students Assign Grades in Annual MLK Day Writing, Art Contest
    Students Assign Grades in Annual MLK Day Writing, Art Contest
    Posted on 10/19/2017
    As part of our community’s 19th annual celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, all Lakota students are invited to participate in a contest that promotes self-reflection about diversity and inclusion in our community and nationwide.
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    Ready to Read? What Parents Need to Know about the Third Grade Reading Guarantee
    Ready to Read? What Parents Need to Know about the Third Grade Reading Guarantee
    Posted on 10/17/2017
    Lakota’s Curriculum and Special Education Departments are hosting an event for parents who wish to better understand the Third Grade Reading Guarantee state law and its impact on K-3 students.
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    Community Conversation on Student Stress, Anxiety Oct. 25
    Community Conversation on Student Stress, Anxiety Oct. 25
    Posted on 10/17/2017
    Lakota will hold a Community Conversation on Oct. 25 to discuss the stresses and anxieties on students, and the roles of parents, schools and the community in helping students deal with them.
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    Lakota Community Rallies Behind 'Stuff the Bus' Food Drive
    Lakota Community Rallies Behind 'Stuff the Bus' Food Drive
    Posted on 10/16/2017
    Almost as a symbol of this year's new approach to the annual district-wide food drive for Reach Out Lakota, the "Stuff the Bus" community drive kicked off at the East vs. West football game Sept. 29.
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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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