Our Mission

In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to life-long  learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.

News & Announcements

ARTISTS NOMINATED FOR CONTEST'S BEST IN SHOW AWARD

Lakewood High & West Shore Career-Technical students Jacob Corder and Alex Marek have been selected as two of only five regional student artists to be nominated for a national American Visions Award in the prestigious Scholastic Art & Writing contest. Corder also was awarded a $10,000 per year scholarship for the Cleveland Institute of Art based on his contest submissions.

KINDERGARTEN PARENT INFO NIGHT SET FOR FEB. 11

The Lakewood City Schools will be hosting a Kindergarten Parent Information Night for parents of preschoolers interested in learning about the District’s kindergarten program. The event will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 11, at 6:30 p.m. in the Emerson Elementary Cafetorium.

HARRISON KICKS OFF ONE SCHOOL ONE BOOK PROGRAM

Students and staff at Harrison Elementary on Thursday joined in the biggest book club in Lakewood as the school rolled out its One School, One Book program with quite the fanfare. 

GARFIELD TEAM TOP SCORER IN CLASSROOM OF CHAMPIONS

The Garfield Middle School Academic Challenge Team on Jan. 21 won the monthly St. Ed’s Classroom of Champions competition with a season-leading score of 600 points. Team members Evan Bell, Patrick McCallum, Aidan Bohac, Colin Sabo, Emma Carson, and Renee Jones did a tremendous job preparing for the competition, said adviser Josh Thornsberry. The team is in an excellent position to have a score high enough to be invited back for the championship round in May. Congratulations, team!

STUDENT PRESENTATION HIGHLIGHTS TECH INTEGRATION

Students in Sean McGuan's 5th grade classroom prepared the video presentation that Principal Sandy Kozelka presented in her Building Report to the Board of Education on Jan. 20. The presentation highlighted how students at Lincoln are infusing technology into their learning and how the technology is deepening their learning. Check out Lincology: 

                                 

DEMOLITION BEGINS ON LINCOLN ELEMENTARY

Construction crews began tearing down the 101-year-old Lincoln Elementary on Monday, starting with the gym. Demolition most likely will continue into February. Roosevelt is slated to come down in February, with Grant to follow. Check out our Construction Page for updates throughout the exciting project and click here for some demolition photos by cleveland.com.

PROGRAM BRINGS ELL STUDENTS, AMER. PEERS TOGETHER

Ruth Pangrace's HIROS program (Helping Immigrants & Refugees Obtain Support) at Harding has been bringing her 7th & 8th graders together with ELL students at Garfield, where students are learning they have much more in common than they do differences. Watch this video to see how both groups are learning from and enjoying each other.

INVITATION TO ATTEND STUDENT SERVICES' PARENT COUNCIL

If you are the parent of a student with a disability who attends Lakewood City Schools, please consider attending our Parent Council meetings. Meetings are quarterly and are held at Harding Middle School. The next meeting is Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 11 am. Topics include: Common Core & Revised Standards; Assessment: PreK & School Age. Please RSVP to christine.palumbo@lakewoodcityschools.org

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