Jill Meiring has been named the new athletic director at Lakota East High School. Meiring will replace Rich Bryant, who has moved to Loveland City Schools.
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Studying a play during English class is part of the educational standards for tenth graders throughout Ohio. When making this year’s lesson plans, Lakota East’s Courtney Jacobs wanted to find a play that her students would be excited to study - something that would grab their attention.
What do you do when you’re a retired engineer who loves physics? If you're Richard Rigley, you volunteer in high school physics classes.
Lakota East Freshman students had no choice but to succeed in the game of life last Monday. And while some had an easier path than others, they all walked away with a better understanding of the value of a dollar.
When the school year began in August, Arju Sapkota found herself not only in a new school, but in a new school district. However, the task ahead was a little more daunting for Sapkota because she is blind.
We are excited to announce that Mr. Rob Burnside will be returning to our district as the new principal at Lakota East High School. Mr. Burnside spent three years as the associate principal at East Freshman before spending the last year as the principal at New Richmond High School.
“Students, you have one proud teacher tonight.” These were the parting words from INCubatoredu@Lakota teacher Kevin Keen that closed out the program’s inaugural “Pitch Night” at Miami University’s Voice of America Learning Center on May 11. Nine months in the making, the evening spotlighted the top five of 20 new business ideas developed by budding student entrepreneurs at both Lakota East and Lakota West.
Did you ever wonder why Lakota high school students volunteer with community organizations as part of their government classes? The 15 volunteer hours even comprise about 20% of a student’s quarterly grade.
A group of 120-plus Lakota East seniors in the school's National Honor Society are leaving a lasting mark on their soon-to-be alma mater. Thanks to their leadership, a new eco-classroom is beginning to take shape just outside of the school’s stadium. When complete, the space will be a fully functional, ADA-compliant classroom with student seating, a whiteboard, Wifi connectivity, overhead shade and beautiful surrounding landscape.
In a “normal” year, mentors from the Deaf Institute visit houses during the summer to read books to children using American Sign Language (ASL). Like many other plans, the coronavirus has made the organization rethink its summer reading program.
“Kindness should be free.”
“Smiles are free.”
These two statements, made by Lakota East sophomore Caitlyn Spaulding and junior E.J. Upton, succinctly describe the Hope Week celebrations at both main campus and East Freshman.
Alfredo. Bolognese. Carbonara. When you think of fettuccine, a bridge might not be one of your first thoughts, but it is for students taking physical science at East Freshman.
The Ohio Department of Education has selected Adena Elementary and Lakota East High School as 2021 Purple Star designees for their outstanding commitment to serving military-connected students and families in their schools.
Lakota East teacher Hannah Martin learned the causes of World War I in high school by memorizing a bulleted list. But she wanted something different for her students.
While their performance schedules were nowhere near their normal load, both Lakota East and Lakota West’s marching bands have something big to celebrate: they finished their seasons.
A once wide-open plot of land between Lakota East High School’s baseball fields and Interstate-75 now dawns about 60 trees - all thanks to the advocacy of the school’s LEAF Club and two critical community partners, Cincinnati’s Taking Root and Delhi Nursery.