Grant Orchestra Ranger Marching Band Hayes Coding Club Barnstormers' "Into the Woods" LHS Cardboard Boat Regatta Emerson, 2016 D.A.R.E. Tournament champs Lakewood Project

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

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.

IS YOUR CHILD ON TRACK FOR NEW GRAD REQUIREMENTS?

grad capIf you were unable to attend last week's Superintendent Chat on the new Ohio graduation requirements, please take a moment to view Assistant Superintendent Roxann Ramsey Caserio's presentation, Keep informed to know if your child is on track! View presentation here.

BOYS' RELAY BREAKS DECADES OLD SWIM RECORD

relayCongratulations to the members of the boys' varsity 200-free relay, who broke a 21-year-old school record at the Northeast Classic Invitational at University of Akron on Jan. 14. The team of Preston Polen, Evan Gainous, Colman McGuan and Nick Ferrone took first place with a time of 1:32.42. Congratulations, boys!

TECH COORDINATOR ARTICLE SHARES THOUGHTS BEHIND TECH PLAN

hieronymusLakewood City Schools Director of Technology and Communications, Paul Hieronymus, shares an insider's perspective on our District's strategic technology plan in the latest edition of EdTech Digest. Read the article on the thought process behind the new technology in our new buildings by clicking here. Note: The date the construction project began is incorrect in the article. Phase I began in 2005.

PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION INFORMATION COMING SOON

Information regarding preschool registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be coming soon. The District is unable to begin registration until sliding fee scale guidelines are issued from the Ohio Department of Education. Keep checking our web site for an announcement of when registrationw will begin. Thanks for your patience!

 

DISTRICT LOOKING TO HIRE SUBSTITUTE CLEANERS

Lakewood City Schools is looking for substitute cleaners. The position is based on hourly rate of pay; hours are typically 2 p.m. until 11:30 p.m. Interested candidates can fill out an application online by clicking here. Current employees need only fill out the first page of the application.

BUY AN LHS T-SHIRT TO CELEBRATE NEW BUILDING, RANGER PRIDE

tshirtTo commemorate the opening of the new Lakewood High academic wing, the high school is selling “All In 216” t-shirts with rendering of the new wing on the back for $10 through the LHS Bookroom. You can order by calling 216-529-4047. Hurry, quantities are limited!

KINDERGARTEN INFO NIGHT FEB. 9; registration begins Feb. 10

abcKindergarten registration will take place at the Lakewood Board of Education at 1470 Warren Road beginning Friday, Feb. 10, 2017. Students must be 5 years old on or before Sept. 30, 2017 in order to be age eligible to enter kindergarten. There will be a Parent Information Night on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 pm at Grant Elementary School for interested parents to find out more about the program.

DISTRICT ARTISTS, WRITER SHINE IN SCHOLASTIC CONTEST

O'Reilly vaseArtwork created by students from Lakewood High School, West Shore Career-Tech’s Media Art & Design program and Harding Middle School  earned more than 40 honors, including 11 highest honors, in the annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards regional competition. In total, Lakewood and West Shore students earned 45 recognitions.

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.   

WATCH LHS CONSTRUCTION AS IT HAPPENS!

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