Hayes Coding Club Barnstormers' "Into the Woods" LHS Cardboard Boat Regatta Emerson, 2016 D.A.R.E. Tournament champs Jump Rope for Heart 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

ANNUAL SUPPLY DRIVE COLLECTING ITEMS THROUGH AUG. 12

Supplies 4 Success is geared up for another great summer school supply drive. Since 2011, Supplies 4 Success has helped thousands of students get the supplies they need for academic success. You can help students by contributing to this year’s supply drive by picking up an extra binder, notebook, markers, etc. and dropping it off at one of our great local supporting businesses or making a cash contribution.

BOYS' BASKETBALL GOLF OUTING REGISTRATION DEADLINE AUG. 1

The Lakewood Rangers boys' basketball program will be hosting its 3rd Annual Boys Basketball Golf Outing to benefit the program. The outing will be held on Sept. 3 at Pineview Golf Club in Grafton and will cost $65 per golfer. Price includes 18 holes, cart, lunch and beer. Registration deadline is Aug. 1. Click here for registration form.

DISTRICT GOALS SET FOR 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR

The Lakewood Board of Education at its July 18 meeting approved a new set of district goals for the 2016-2017 school year. The top goal remains Improved Student Achievement and offers various areas of focus to achieve the goal. Other goals include maintaining fiscal responsibility and continued good relations with our community and our employees, and completing our construction project at the high school on time and on budget. Click here for a detailed look at each goal.

BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALES TAX HOLIDAY SET FOR AUG. 5-7

Ohio's second sales tax holiday will run from Friday, Aug. 5 through Sunday, Aug. 7. It is a repeat of last year's first-ever sales tax holiday that a study done for the Ohio Council of Retail Merchants (OCRM) by the University of Cincinnati Economics Center estimated saved Ohio consumers $3.3 million in taxes and generated $4.7 million in increased tax revenues for Ohio government. 

STATE OKS PROVIDING FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION BUDGET GAP

In January, Superintendent Jeff Patterson informed the Board of Education that the District’s construction project was over budget and that the District planned to request an amendment to its agreement with the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission to provide for additional funds. At the Board’s July 18 meeting, Superintendent Patterson announced that the OFCC had approved the amended agreement.

JULY 31 RACE BENEFITS FOSTER CARE YOUTH

Join the City of Lakewood's Division of Children & Family Services on July 31 at Edgewater Park for a Race For Home, a 5K run and 1-mile walk to highlight the need for Foster and Adoptive Families. This inaugural event will also provide funding for A Place 4 Me, an initiative to support youth aging out of foster care without permanent supportive family structure. For more information and to register online, click here
 

DATES SET FOR ELEMENTARY BUILDINGS' DEDICATIONS

 The community is invited to join the Lakewood City Schools in celebrating the opening of our new elementary schools at dedication ceremonies to be held at 6 pm on the following dates:
Tuesday, August 16: Grant Elementary
Wednesday, August 17: Lincoln Elementary
Thursday, August 18: Roosevelt Elementary

The buildings will be open to tour immediately following each school’s dedication ceremony. Come share in the pride and appreciation of this milestone accomplishment for our community! 

FUTURE CLUB TO HOLD SUMMER CAMP FOR GRADES 1-8

Future Club was such a hit at the four elementary schools it debuted at this past school year that the advisers are going to continue the fun with four sessions of Future Club Summer Camp! The camp will be for grades 1-8. Have fun with robotics, coding, Minecraft, Legos and more! You can sign up for one session or all four. Click here to register. 

POLICE DEPT. URGES ENROLLMENT IN AUTISM SAFETY ROSTER

The Lakewood Police Department has developed an Autism Safety Roster designed to promote communication and enable police to have better access to information about a person with autism who may be found wandering. If your student is affected by autism, please consider registering him or her on the roster. For more information and to register, click here.

SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS NOW AVAILABLE

All students at the middle and high school levels are required to do summer reading assignments. Middle schoolers will all read I Am Malala and high schoolers will all read Field Notes From A Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change in addition to specific class assignments.
Middle school assignment
High school assignments

WATCH LHS CONSTRUCTION AS IT HAPPENS!

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