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2022-2023 School Supply Lists

Get a head start on gathering your required school supplies for the 2022-2023 school year. 

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WE Choose Lakota

From the strong sense of community and academic opportunities to a culture of inclusion and personalized learning, we capture just some of the reasons Lakota families choose Lakota.

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Enroll Today

Our Welcome Center is now registering grades K-12 for the 2022-2023 school year. 

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Master Facilities Planning

An important part of our facilities planning is engaging our community. View the four options the Board of Education is considering for the future of Lakota's facilities, then share your feedback. 

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Join leaders from Lakota Local Schools on Wednesday, July 13 at Freedom Elementary School to learn more about the district's Master Facilities planning process. 

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Jill Meiring has been named the new athletic director at Lakota East High School. Meiring will replace Rich Bryant, who has moved to Loveland City Schools.

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Welcome to our new website! Lakota’s district and school websites - in addition to the downloadable mobile app - have taken on a dramatic new look and feel with a host of new features to improve the overall visitor experience. 

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The Lakota Board of Education approved Adam Zink as the new treasurer for the 17,000 student school district at its June 20 meeting. Zink will begin his new position on Aug. 1, following the retirement of long-time Lakota Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer Jenni Logan.


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Culturally Diverse:

With 38% of students celebrating their multicultural backgrounds, Lakota provides a culturally-diverse experience where respect and inclusion are taught as core values.

Fiscally Responsible:

Fewer than 5% of all entities that are audited annually earn the "Auditor of State Award with Distinction" - and Lakota has received the honor eight years in a row. 

1:1 Technology:

Through Lakota's WE are Empowered initiative, 100 percent of all students in grades 3-12 have access to their own Chromebook for daily learning.

Dogs of Lakota:

Lakota's pack of nine therapy dogs, and growing, are wagging their tails around the district, providing therapy and emotional support to even our youngest learners. 

The 4Es:

We believe in preparing every student for success after graduation in one of the 4Es: Enrollment in higher education; Enlistment in military service; Employment as a contributing member of our community; or Entrepreneurship.