The application for Early Entrance to Kindergarten and first grade for the 2023-2024 school year opens 2/1/23.
Lakota is committed to providing every single student with a unique and challenging educational experience.
While Gifted Services are not mandated in Ohio, Lakota believes in providing a quality and rigorous education that challenges all students. Through a large menu of opportunities, advanced students may be identified as gifted and participate in a wide continuum of programs or services designed to meet their unique learning needs, including:
- An advanced curriculum;
- Use of differentiated instructional strategies;
- Placement in specific gifted programs;
- Subject or whole grade acceleration or advancement;
- Honors and advanced placement classes for secondary students; or
- Early graduation.
The type of service and programming provided to gifted students depends on recent assessment data and what is determined to be most appropriate in meeting an individual student’s needs.
Gifted News & Opportunities
Learning gets “real” when it revolves around a real event and real people. That could be why a gifted math project centered on the Iditarod Race has stood the test of time and continues to pop up in fourth grade math classrooms throughout Lakota.
Join us for the Gifted Resource Fair at HCESC on 4/22 to explore the unique academic, social, and emotional needs of gifted and talented students. This FREE event provides a forum for educators, students, and families. Registration required.
Lakota Central Office
5572 Princeton Road
Liberty Twp., OH 45011
Phone: (513) 644-1186
Fax: (513) 644-1181