Ranger fans! LHS Dance Show Jump Rope for Heart Grant Orchestra Ranger Marching Band Hayes Coding Club Barnstormers' "Into the Woods" LHS Cardboard Boat Regatta Emerson, 2016 D.A.R.E. Tournament champs

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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

Senior McCrae Selected for Hockey All-Star Game

McRaeLakewood High Donny McCrae has been chosen from among nearly 200 Greater Cleveland senior hockey players to participate in the Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League's All Star Event on March 17 at Quicken Loans Arena. McCrae, who plays defense, will join 58 other seniors who will split into four teams for a 4 v 4 tournament beginning at 3:55 pm.

OPEN ENROLLMENT REQUESTS NOW BEING ACCEPTED

The open enrollment period for parents who wish to send their student to a school other than their assigned school for the 2017-2018 school year is now open. Parents have until March 30 to submit a request form. The first notification period will be from June 5-12 and the final notification round will be Aug. 14-18. Any questions? Please call 216-529-4023.

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GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM TO PLAY FOR DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP

hoopThe Ranger varsity girls' basketball team beat Magnificat High School, 47-36, in a DIvision 1 District semfinal game on Feb. 27. The Rangers, coached by Mike Harper, will vie for the District title versus Medina High School on Thursday, March 2 at 7 pm at Valley Forge High School. Congratulations to the players an coaches on their postseason success so far!

ROBOT HELPS HAYES PRESCHOOLER STAY CONNECTED

Fox 8 News featured a story about one of our Hayes' preschool students using some amazing robotic technology to keep her connected to the classroom and her classmates despite medical challenges that keep her home. Check out the video here.

LINCOLN RAISES $8,600 FOR AMERICAN HEART ASSN.

jump ropeFebruary is American Heart Month and to help raise awareness of the number-one killer of Americans, heart disease, Lincoln Elementary students earned pledges for the school's annual Jump Rope for Heart assembly. The students raised more than $8,600 to donate to the American Heart Association! Congratulations to all who participated and phys ed teacher Nicole Anderson for organizing. See Photo Gallery.

SWIMMER REIS FINISHES 11th & 21st IN STATE

Kelley ReisCongratulations to senior swimmer Kelley Reis, who closed out her LHS swimming career with a 11th place finish in the 100-yard backstroke and 21st place finish in the 100-yard butterfly in the Division 1 State Championship Meet! Reis broke her own school backstroke record twice over the course of the meet and finished with a time of 56.96 seconds!

STATE, DISTRICT QUALIFIERS FOR RANGER ATHLETES

logoLHS athletes continue to shine in the postseason as three Ranger wrestlers have qualified for the District Tournament on March 3 and junior Jordan Robinson has qualified for the indoor track state championships in the 60 meters.

GARFIELD BLOOD DRIVE TO HONOR STUDENT W/LEUKEMIA

jeremyGarfield Middle School will hold a blood drive in honor of one of its students, 8th grader Jeremy Steinbrick, and all children fighting cancer on March 6 from 3-7 pm. In July 2016 Jeremy was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, a form of childhood leukemia. He has had 21 life-saving blood transfusions since his diagnosis, and to honor his life and give back, his family and the school are rallying people to give blood.

$2,000 GRANT WILL ALLOW HARRISON TO BUILD, GROW GARDEN

veggiesHarrison Elementary has been awarded a $2,000 grant from the Whole Kids Foundation, the charitable arm of Whole Foods Market, to build and maintain a community garden on school grounds.

SWIM TEAM SETS SCHOOL RECORDS & REIS QUALIFIES FOR STATE

RangermanThe LHS swim team had a momentous Div. 1 Championship Meet on Feb. 18 at Bowling Green State University as swimmers broke four school records and senior Kelley Reis qualified for her third straight State Championship Meet in her two individual events.

LHS Academic Challenge Team Rolls to Victory

academic challenge teamCongratulations to the Lakewood High School Academic Challenge team on its victory on the Feb. 18 episode of the quiz show aired on WEWS News 5. The team of seniors Ian Bell, Brian Donahoe and Evan Suttell dominated opponents Valley Forge and Euclid high schools, winning with the highest team score of the show's season at 750. Runner-up Valley Forge had 360.

LHS Inducts 68 New Members Into NHS Chapter

NHS logoThe current members of the Lakewood High National Honor Society welcomed 68 new members into the prestigious academic group at an induction ceremony held at the Civic Auditorium on Feb. 15. Gaining entry into NHS is the highest honor a school can bestow upon a student.

NEW LHS GROUP GIVES GIRLS TOOLS TO THRIVE

ROX logoLakewood High guidance counselor Nina DeChant has started a girls’ empowerment group at LHS that is already improving the lives and attitudes of its members only a few short weeks into the program. “My self esteem has gotten higher and it’s helped me with relationships,” says one member of ROX.  “It’s a place where I’m not judged,” said another girl of her ROX group.

2017-2018 Preschool Registration Now Open

abcsRegistration for the Lakewood City Schools' 2017-2018 5-star rated preschool program is now open. Students must be 3 or 4 years old before September 30, 2017, live in Lakewood and be potty-trained to be eligible for the program. Download this registration packet or pick up a packet at the Board of Education, 1470 Warren Road, in the Student Services Department on the second floor. For more information, call 216-529-4214.

WIN CAR LEASE OR $10,000 IN ATHLETIC BOOSTERS RAFFLE

car with cheerleadresThe Lakewood Athletic Boosters is raffling off a 2-year lease on a 2017 Buick Encore courtesy of Lakewood's Steve Barry Buick or $10,000 in cash instead. Tickets for the raffle are $25 each. Visit www.lakewoodathleticboosters.org to purchase your ticket. View more info here as well. Winner will be announced at the Winter Sports Banquet on March 14.

DISTRICT PARTNERS WITH CITY FOR NEW TREE PROGRAM

Leave a legacy – and keep our school grounds green with trees! You can make a difference and give the gift that keeps on growing!  Your tax-deductible donation can make a difference in a student’s school experience. The Lakewood City Schools has teamed up with the City of Lakewood and Keep Lakewood Beautiful to launch Lakewood City Schools Gift-a-Tree Fund, which will allow donors to purchase trees for our school grounds.   

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