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

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.   

STUDENTS FOCUS OF ANNUAL STAFF CONVOCATION

As is tradition, the employees of the Lakewood City Schools gathered on the day before students returned to school for Convocation 2016, a pep rally of sorts designed to motivate and inspire the staff to rise to the challenge of another school year.

BOARD/PTA ICE CREAM SOCIAL SET FOR SEPT. 6

Join the Lakewood Council of PTAs and the Lakewood Board of Education members at the annual back-to-school Ice Cream Social on Tuesday, Sept. 6 from 6:15-7 pm in the Garfield Middle School Gym. The Board members will be dishing out the scoops with plenty of sundae fixins’ as well. Eighth-grade members of the Harding and Garfield bands will provide entertainment. It's a great way to kick off the school year and a chance to get to know your elected Board members!

LREF'S TEACHER GRANTS HELP FURTHER ENRICH OUR STUDENTS

For the last eight years, money from the Margaret Warner Educational Grants Fund of the Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation has provided Lakewood City Schools teachers the ability to offer enrichment opportunities to its students. This year is no different as the Foundation awarded more than $9,000 in grants. The awards, along with a grant from the Meinke Creative Teaching Grant Fund, were announced at the District's annual Convocation on Monday, Aug.22.

ROOSEVELT CELEBRATION CAPS A WEEK OF DEDICATIONS

Our District had much to cheer this week as Lakewood City Schools dedicated the new Grant, Lincoln and Roosevelt Elementaries with Dedication Celebrations shared with hundreds from the community who turned out to see the beautiful buildings their taxpayer investment created.

DISTRICT SEEKS RFPS FOR FRANKLIN MODULAR UNITS

The Lakewood City School District is soliciting proposals for the "purchase and removal of the Franklin Elementary School modular facility (12 units, 10,000 square feet) and site restoration." All qualified vendors are encouraged to participate. Please click here for more detailed information. Click on "Read More" for a drawing of the units.

SPOTS AVAILABLE IN OUR TOP-RATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

The District's Early Childhood Program still has spots available for eligible 3-5 year olds. If you are interested, please call 529-4214 for more information. Learn more about our 5-star programs here.

MARCHING BAND FESTIVAL SET FOR SEPT. 24

The Lakewood Ranger Marching Band is embarking on a significant fundraising effort in order to reduce the cost of its trip to Canada this October for all 130 band members. Proceeds from the marching band’s largest fundraiser, the 2016 Band Festival Preview and Lakewood High School Band Festival will support this trip.

DISTRICT SHARES RESULTS OF COMMUNITY FEEDBACK

As a district, we strive to reach out to our stakeholders and obtain their feedback knowing how important quality education is to our children and community. But we can always do more. This year we worked with a couple of independent firms to conduct in-depth interviews, listening sessions, an online survey, and a statistically valid telephone survey of our community. We heard your thoughts, concerns, and recommendations and want to share the major themes we learned from your input. We value your feedback and want to continue to hear from you. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Superintendent Jeff Patterson at 216-529-4092 or Assistant Superintendent Roxann Ramsey-Caserio at 216-529-4244. View summary of feedback here.

 

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