Our Mission

In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to lifelong learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.

News & Announcements

8th Grade Parent/Student Night @ LHS Set for Jan. 23

There will be a meeting for parents and 8th grade students who plan to attend Lakewood High School next year:

When:  Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7 pm 
Where: Lakewood High School – Civic Auditorium       
What:   Information about scheduling for students planning to enroll in Lakewood High School in fall 2017.

If you have any questions or are unable to attend, please call the LHS Guidance Secretary, Mrs. Diamond, at 216-529-4032.

Junior Model United Nations

Select sixth graders at Harding Middle school participated in the Junior Model United Nations. Model UN is a program that let’s kids at middle schools and high schools participate in a debate. Students work with a partner and are given countries and committees. Each committee has two topics based on what the committee does and the students are supposed to study their topic and how their country feels about the topic. Everyone gets together on two days and debates in their committees on how to solve the two problems. It benefits students in many ways like learning how to collaborate and debate. The students of Harding Middle School all enjoyed themselves at Model UN. We hope to do it again next year.

Geography Bee Is Coming...

Harding is preparing for the National Geography Bee. Coming in January, all students will be invited to participate in the first round of the National Geography Bee in their social studies classes. Grade level champs will be determined and the winner of the second round will go on to take the qualifying test as our building champion. Certificates and prizes will be awarded. It’s time for everyone to brush up on geography knowledge and take advantage of the many online resources. Good luck Harding students!

Sandy Hook Promise Say Something Week

Harding Middle School is proud to participate in the Sandy Hook Promise Say Something week this October 24-18.  As a way to carry forward our assembly message, Mrs. Dalton and the Say Something Club will have activities planned during our lunch periods.  By participating in Say Something Week this October 24 – 28, HMS is joining hundreds of schools and youth organizations across the United States to empower young people to prevent tragedy and save lives. 

Please follow @LkwdHarding and/or @SSullivanLCS to see more of the fun!  Go Rangers!  

HMS Welcomes Sandy Hook Promise on October 7

Harding Middle School and the Sandy Hook Promise have partnered to bring the “Say Something” and “Start With Hello” programs to students.  Both programs were created by the Sandy Hook Promise to drive home themes of empowerment and inclusion. 

On October 7 the “Say Something” presentation will be delivered to HMS students to help students recognize the signs & signals of a potential threat – especially in social media, teach and instill in participants how to take action, and drive awareness and reinforce the need to Say Something.  Sandy Hook Promise presenters will deliver their message to students during the morning class periods.

Harding Middle School/Best Buy Attendance All-Star Partnership 2016-17

Harding Middle School is proud to announce the continuation of the Attendance All-Star Partnership with Best Buy of North Olmsted during the 2016-17 school year.   

   

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