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

7th & 8th grade Middle School Fastpitch Softball

Attention any 7th and 8th grade girls interested in playing middle school fastpitch softball.  This Wednesday, February 10th, there will be a player and parent meeting at 6:15pm in the Harding Middle School cafeteria.  Please attend if you want to be a part of the first ever Lakewood Middle School fastpitch softball team.

HARDING GOES DIGITAL WITH SCIENCE FAIR PRESENTATIONS

Harding science teacher Ann Pesta put a new and modern twist on the age-old science fair presentation. Pesta went digital. All of the Harding eighth graders who completed a science fair project filmed their presentations, then Pesta – with some help from a tech-savvy relative - created a web site to showcase all of them.

HMS Students Holding Fundraiser for Nanze Organization

As an extension of the HMS summer reading book Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie, Mr. Maxhimer's 8th grade Language Arts classes have taken on numerous service projects as part of the "Be The Change" message. The final service project of the year raised money for the Nanze Organization to help build schools in Malawi.

STEM CLASSES CREATE, TEST CARDBOARD SLEDS

                 

Students in the new STEM class took advantage of the snowy week by designing and building sleds out of just cardboard and duct tape. On Friday, the students took to the bleachers hill to test their designs. Most students were successful and all had fun! Check out a photo gallery here.

COMFORTABLE CAFETERIA PROGRAM COMING TO HARDING MIDDLE SCHOOL

Harding Middle School is excited to collaborate with Cleveland State University to implement the “Comfortable Cafeteria” program through the months of February and March.

The Comfortable Cafeteria program is a six-week program to be embedded during lunchtime with the purpose of creating a positive cafeteria environment so that all students can enjoy their meal and socialize with friends.

Washington DC Trip

This year's eighth grade field trip to Washington, D.C. and Gettysburg is scheduled for May 18-20, 2016.  The cost of the trip is $495.00 per person.  This fee includes:

  • Round trip bus tranpostation via Lakefront Lines
  • Hotel accommodations
  • Two breakfasts, two lunches, three dinners
  • Admission to Kennedy Center for Performing Arts
  • Tour of Gettysburg Battlefield
  • Admission to other attractions or events
  • Commemorative t-shirts (2) and group photo

The current year's forms, packet, and criteria are located on the website, to the left, under Quick Links.
 

 

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