District News

CHAPTER BY LHS' DR. G INCLUDED IN BOOK ON TEACHING

Lakewood High School Social Studies teacher Chuck Greanoff has written a chapter that is included in the recently published book “Why We Teach Now.” The book is edited by Sonia Nieto, published by Teachers College Press of Columbia University.


REVISED DESIGNS FOCUS OF ARCHITECT MEETIINGS

Revised design plans for Grant Elementary were presented at a meeting on Oct. 28. Design meetings for the other two elementary schools are as follows: Roosevelt, Oct. 30 in the Franklin Gym; and Lincoln, Nov. 6 in the Emerson Cafetorium. Both meetings start at 6:30 pm. To see the latest Grant plans and other construction-related documents, visith our School Construction page.


LHS PINK OUT CAMPAIGN RAISES $2K IN HONOR OF FAVRES

This morning the LHS Student Council presented the Favre Family a check for $2,000 made out to the Bright Pink Foundation in Chicago, where the Favres' daughter Stephany is battling breast cancer. 


STATE RECOGNIZES LEWIS FOR FINANCIAL LITERACY EFFORTS

Representatives from the Ohio Treasurer's Office were in town to present a proclamation by Treasurer Josh Mandel congratulating LHS Government teacher Ron Lewis on being a champion for financial literacy education.


JOIN RANGER 360 FOR BOOK DISCUSSION ON "SPEAK"

Would you like a deeper connection with your teen? Have you talked to your teen about healthy relationships? Do you think your teen would speak up if someone hurt them? Read the book Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson and join Ranger 360 for conversation and connection with Lakewood parents. The discussion will be Sunday, Nov. 9 from 6-8 pm in the Lakewood Public Library's Multipurpose Room. 


STUDENT'S RECENT CPR TRAINING SAVES A LIFE

Quick thinking and recent CPR/First Aid training helped junior West Shore Culinary student Ken Priddy to jump into action to help a fellow student on Tuesday.  During lunch, Ken heard someone ask another student if he was OK.  When Ken turned around to see what was going on, the person was turning blue and holding his throat.  Ken (at left) saw the student struggling and immediately jumped up to perform the relief of choking maneuver.


CARTOON NETWORK NO BULLYING TOUR STOPS AT GARFIELD

The Cartoon Network brought its Stop Bullying, Speak Up campaign to Garfield on Oct. 16. Sixth-graders saw video messages from President Obama and other famous people and discussed what it means to bully and how it can be stopped. Thanks to Cox Communications for bringing the assembly to Lakewood Schools. Click here for some photos of the morning.