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LCA Seeking Candidates for Board of Directors

The Lakewood City Academy is announcing a vacancy for a seat on its Board of Directors. This is a voluntary, non-compensated position.  Candidates must reside within the Lakewood City limits. Individuals seeking to serve as a Director should send a Letter of Interest and a resume by 3:00 p.m. on July 21, 2017 to:

Lakewood City Academy
Attn: Todd Calaway, Chairperson
13465 Franklin Blvd.
Lakewood, Ohio 44107

LCA celebrates Class of 2017 graduation

hand shakeCongratulations to the  members of the 17th graduating class of Lakewood City Academy! Fifteen of the 17 graduates received their diplomas in a commencement ceremony that was part of the June 5 Board of Education meeting at Grant Elementary.

June Staff Spotlight Shines on 4 Dedicated Staff Members

spotlight logoThe last month of recognition for our Staff Spotlight feature shines the light on four staff members with very diverse roles in the District but all have in common their professionalism and dedication as they go about doing their jobs. Congratulations to Garfield Middle School cleaner Nadia Bouti, LHS teacher Megan Eadah, Lakewood City Academy dropout prevention agent Renee Kolecki, and Roosevelt Elementary teacher Cindy Vullo. Click "Read More" to learn why these four are honored.

LCA PRESENTS FILM TO THE COMMUNITY, HOLDS FOLLOWUP PANEL

lca logoMembers of the community on Jan. 22 enjoyed the film "The Bad Kids," presented by Lakewood City Academy at the Lakewood Public Library. The event included a panel discussion by LCA staff : Director, Terri Bornino-Elwell, Drop out Prevention Counselor, Renee Kolecki, Intervention Specialist, Nicole Boguszewski, Teacher and Coach, Pat Barrett, and Technology Aide, Tom Joseph.

LCA TO PRESENT PROGRAM AT LIBRARY ON "BAD KIDS" FILM

filmThis Sunday, the Lakewood Public Library will show the film "The Bad Kids" at 2 pm in its Main Branch Auditorium. The film is presented by Lakewood City Academy and will include a panel discussion with LCA staff immediately following the film, which tells the story of a high school of high-risk students and how the principal combats the effects of poverty and life struggles with empathy, love and life skills. Click here for more on the film.