Lakota's 2024 Secondary Summer School, scheduled for May 28 through July 3, will be offered virtually this summer with the option for both zoom and in-person help sessions.
Everything we do is designed to provide a future-ready, student-centered learning experience for every single child.
In true "WE are Lakota" fashion, we strongly believe that WE are in this together. Our students thrive when our staff, parents and community partners come together to give our students the support and experiences they need to succeed at the next level. Our Board of Education and district leadership work tirelessly to ensure Lakota remains a leader in PreK-12 education.
We are so glad you are considering Lakota as your home school district! Whether you're a prospective new family or have already completed the registration process, we hope you'll explore the Welcome to Lakota section of our website to learn more about everything Lakota has to offer your family.
About Lakota's Welcome Center
The Lakota Welcome Center, located inside Lakota's Central Office, is a resource for all current and prospective Lakota families. While Lakota's Welcome Center staff is back in person, we are not scheduling in-person appointments for registration. We continue to support registration and all regular functions of the Welcome Center virtually.
For new Lakota students, we are proud to offer online registration for grades PreK-12 as an easy and convenient option.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
We are not scheduling in-person appointments for registration. We continue to support registration and all regular functions of the Welcome Center virtually.
The office follows the district calendar and
weather-related delays and closings.
Why Our Families Choose Lakota
Lakota has so many different diverse backgrounds and I think, in any community, for you to truly thrive and be the best that you can be, you really should have a mixture of so many different people.
Yasmen Brown-Jones, Parent
Academics is part of the experience, but real-world, real-life teaching is just as critical. I feel like there's a strong effort to not just think about academics, but to actually think about real-world experiences to be brought into the schools."
Steve Nguyen, Parent
It really means the world when people go the extra mile for someone that you love, even when they don't have to. That really hits home for me and makes Lakota a special place for our family.
Scott Wyckoff, Parent