Lakota Issues 2017-18 Quality Profile

Lakota Issues 2017-18 Quality Profile
Posted on 09/28/2018
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17-18 Quality Profile

Lakota Local Schools is proud to share with the community its 2017-2018 Quality Profile. This annual publication, mailed to every household and business in both West Chester and Liberty townships, is designed to give every Lakota resident a quick look at the major priorities and areas of focus driving our daily work.

Released in conjunction with the Ohio Department of Education’s annual report card, the second annual Quality Profile highlights areas of education not assessed by the State. The report dives into six areas the district views as high priorities, including: academics;, the student experience, parent and community engagement, safety and security, finances and the future of our schools.

“Academics should be at the core of a school district, just like it is at Lakota,” said Superintendent Matthew Miller. “We are proud to offer a high-quality, student-centered education that is focused on preparing our students for life after graduation.”

Miller is proud that Lakota received a ‘B’ as an overall grade, but wants the community to look deeper than the overview provided by the State. “The report card is just one tool for measuring our progress toward meeting state-directed benchmarks,” he said. “We want to go beyond the state minimums. The Quality Profile is designed to fill that gap by showcasing our performance in areas we value most.”

Click here to view the electronic version of the 2017-2018 Quality Profile. Extra printed copies are available at Lakota’s Central Office or any school’s main office.