Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

November 12, 2018

  • Congrats to our Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Jurnee Saineghi nominated by Ed Matlack for Making A Difference
    11th grade – Yazem Zarour nominated by Stephen Orlando for Adjust & Adapt
    12th grade – Jack Moreland nominated by Susanne Linder for Making a Difference

  • Reminder – All student athletes that are planning on attending the signing day photo opportunity tomorrow…..Your paperwork and reservation are due to Mr. Bryant ASAP. The information is available in the Athletic Office.

  • The next Dragonfly meeting will be held this TODAY in room 123.

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will meet TODAY in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  Please join us for prayer, snack and a devotional.  No club card needed.

  • The next POACA meeting will be after school Wednesday in Mr. Bright's room, (266). We will be discussing Native American culture. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The National Honor Society is having a shoe and coat drive November 2nd-12th.  You can donate your lightly used shoes and coats of all sizes in the boxes located along Main Street and the main office. Spread the warmth and help protect others this winter!

  • Attention Sophomores…Butler Tech will be at East on November 14th and 15th during XH bell to present on the various programs they offer to students. Please plan to attend the XH bell Presentations in the Theater: Sophomores Last Names A-L on Wednesday, November 14th and Sophomores Last Names M-Z on Thursday, November 15th.After the presentation Sophomores can sign up to attend the Butler Tech field trip scheduled for Friday, November 30th.  This allows sophomores the opportunity to visit Butler Tech programs and see firsthand if a program might be a great fit! See the Counselors for any questions.

  • Attention Seniors: Senior photos for yearbook are due by the time we leave for Christmas break on December 19th. Bring a flash drive or disc to room 104 or email your photo to lakotaeastyearbook@gmail.com. Photos must be school appropriate, have no props or watermarks, be 640 x 800 or larger vertical orientation, and 300 dpi. 

November 9, 2018

  • Attention Football Fans: Football Sweet 16 Spirit Wear and tickets will be on sale this week on Main Street.  Today 7:45 am – 3:30 pm.  If you plan to buy…..buy early, quantities are limited!

  • The Lakota East Chess team traveled south to battle the Vikings of Princeton.   The Hawks soared with might earning three checkmates and a draw to secure a 3.5 to 1.5 victory.  Magnus Miller, Brayden Kestermann, Colin Raskel and JR Kelly all scored for the Hawks!

  • The next Dragonfly meeting will be held this Monday (November 12th) in room 123.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool next Wednesday in Mr. Bright's room, (266). We will be discussing Native American culture. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The National Honor Society is having a shoe and coat drive November 2nd-12th.  You can donate your lightly used shoes and coats of all sizes in the boxes located along Main Street and the main office. Spread the warmth and help protect others this winter!

  • Are you interested in Holocaust survivors and their stories? The next production of the Thunderhawk Theater is Letters to Sala, which is the story of a woman who survived the work camps during the Holocaust. Auditions are on Wednesday, Nov 14 after school in the Main Campus auditorium. See Mrs. Hoch in FC 106 before school or MC 181 after school for more information.

  • Attention SophomoresButler Tech will be at East on November 14th and 15th during XH bell to present on the various programs they offer to students. Please plan to attend the XH bell Presentations in the Theater: Sophomores Last Names A-L on Wednesday, November 14th and Sophomores Last Names M-Z on Thursday, November 15th. After the presentation Sophomores can sign up to attend the Butler Tech field trip scheduled for Friday, November 30th.  This allows sophomores the opportunity to visit Butler Tech programs and see firsthand if a program might be a great fit! See the Counselors for any questions.

November 8, 2018

  • Attention Football Fans: Football Sweet 16 Spirit Wear and tickets will be on sale this week on Main Street.  Today 7:45 am – 3:30 pm and Friday 7:45 am -3:00 pm.  If you plan to buy…..buy early, quantities are limited!

  • The National Honor Society is having a shoe and coat drive November 2nd-6th.  You can donate your lightly used shoes and coats of all sizes in the boxes located along Main Street and the main office. Spread the warmth and help protect others this winter!

  • Are you interested in Holocaust survivors and their stories? The next production of the Thunderhawk Theater is Letters to Sala, which is the story of a woman who survived the work camps during the Holocaust. Auditions are on Wednesday, Nov 14 after school in the Main Campus auditorium. See Mrs. Hoch in FC 106 before school or MC 181 after school for more information.

  • Attention SophomoresButler Tech will be at East on November 14th and 15th during XH bell to present on the various programs they offer to students. Please plan to attend the XH bell Presentations in the Theater: Sophomores Last Names A-L on Wednesday, November 14th and Sophomores Last Names M-Z on Thursday, November 15th.  After the presentation Sophomores can sign up to attend the Butler Tech field trip scheduled for Friday, November 30th.  This allows sophomores the opportunity to visit Butler Tech programs and see firsthand if a program might be a great fit! See the Counselors for any questions.

November 7, 2018

  • Attention Football Fans: Football Sweet 16 Spirit Wear and tickets will be on sale this week on Main Street.  Today 7:45 am – 6:15 pm, Thursday 7:45 am -3:30 pm and Friday 7:45 am -3:00 pm.  If you plan to buy…..buy early, quantities are limited!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be afterschool in the Main Campus auditorium TODAY.  We will be discussing auditions for Letters to Sala as well as upcoming student project opportunities.  Bring your club card!

  • Art club will be meeting TODAY at 2:45 in room 281 at the main campus.  We will be creating more alcohol ink projects, prepping for the art show and getting out the group mosaic.

  • Graduate Services will be here TODAY during XH to speak with Sophomores about class rings.

  • Are you interested in Holocaust survivors and their stories? The next production of the Thunderhawk Theater is Letters to Sala, which is the story of a woman who survived the work camps during the Holocaust. Auditions are on Wednesday, Nov 14 after school in the Main Campus auditorium. See Mrs. Hoch in FC 106 before school or MC 181 after school for more information.

  • Attention Sophomores…Butler Tech will be at East on November 14th and 15th during XH bell to present on the various programs they offer to students. Please plan to attend the XH bell Presentations in the Theater: Sophomores Last Names A-L on Wednesday, November 14th and Sophomores Last Names M-Z on Thursday, November 15th.After the presentation Sophomores can sign up to attend the Butler Tech field trip scheduled for Friday, November 30th.  This allows sophomores the opportunity to visit Butler Tech programs and see firsthand if a program might be a great fit! See the Counselors for any questions.

November 5, 2018

 

  • Congratulations to the Marching Band on receiving their TWENTY-SECOND consecutive O.M.E.A. State Marching Band Finals Superior Rating last night at the University of Dayton!  It was yet another amazing performance from everyone!  For the first time in school history, The Marching Thunderhawks are headed to Bands of America Grand National Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium THIS Thursday.  We wish them all the best as they compete against 108 bands from 23 states!!

 

  • Congratulations to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Claudia Manuel Juan nominated by Jill Schneider for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Ron Anderson nominated by Mark Folta for Getting Your Mind Right
    12th grade – Meredith Niemann nominated by Susanne Linder for Making a Difference

  • Attention Sophomores…Butler Tech will be at East on November 14th and 15th during XH bell to present on the various programs they offer to students. Please plan to attend the XH bell Presentations in the Theater:

    Sophomores Last Names A-L on Wednesday, November 14th
    Sophomores Last Names M-Z on Thursday, November 15th

    After the presentation Sophomores can sign up to attend the Butler Tech field trip scheduled for Friday, November 30th.  This allows sophomores the opportunity to visit Butler Tech programs and see firsthand if a program might be a great fit! See the Counselors for any questions.

  • The Dragonfly Foundation provides distractions from the emotional , physical, and financial toll of cancer.  If you are interested in raising awareness and supporting kids with cancer and their families then plan to  attend  Lakota East’s first Dragonfly meeting TODAY in Mrs. DiVito’s room, 123. 

  • Join the Lakota East Gymnastics Team! Tryouts are TODAY at 3:15 pm at Flip n Twist Gymnastics. Please email Coach Dagley at
    lakotagymnastics@gmail.com for more information.

  • Student government will meet TODAY in room 210 from 2:50 – 3:30 PM.

  • Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens for Christ Bible Study.  We will meet TODAY and every Monday in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  Snacks are provided!

  • Join the Muslim student association for our meeting TODAY after school in room 226. This meeting’s topic will be racism. Hope to see you there!

  • Prom Committee will meet TODAY after school at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be after school in the Main Campus auditorium on Wednesday, November 7.  We will be discussing auditions for Letters to Sala as well as upcoming student project opportunities.  Bring your club card!

October 31, 2018

  • Juniors or seniors that are interested in attending Northern Kentucky University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the NKU admission’s representative.

 

  • If you park on the NORTH SIDE of the school in the BLUE LINES pay special attention!!!  Please make sure you move your car by 3:00pm on Today  this week.  MANY THANKS!

  • Attention all Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet for the 2018 and 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. This packet is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

  • This weekend Thunderhawk Theater will float along on a fantasmariffic adventure with James and the Giant Peach!  Join us Friday night, Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening, or Sunday afternoon.  Tickets are $10 at the door.  Hope to see you there!

  • SOAR will meet in the Auxiliary Gym this TODAY during XH. Don’t forget your candy if you signed, as well as your karaoke voices!  Be ready for a Spooktacular event!

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool TODAY in Mr. Bright's room, (266). We will be learning about the culture behind Halloween. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed.

  • Auditions will be held Thursday, November 1st in room 124 for students interested in participating in the Veterans Day program.

  • University of Cincinnati’s DAAP (Design, Art,  Architecture and Planning) will present here on Thursday, November 1 in room 282 during Extra Help.  All are invited to hear about this nationally recognized program.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Thursday, November 1st after school in room 230 (of the Main Campus) to celebrate the Day of the Dead.  We will be decorating sugar skull cookies and making “papel picado.”  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring cookies or cookie decorations.

  • Bonjour!  We will be holding our next French Club, Thursday, November 1st in room 227 at the Main Campus.  We will be learning about and celebrating Northern African Culture.  All current and former French students are welcome to attend.  Hope to see you there!

  • The Dragonfly Foundation provides distractions from the emotional , physical, and financial toll of cancer.  If you are interested in raising awareness and supporting kids with cancer and their families then plan to  attend  Lakota East’s first Dragonfly meeting this Monday (November 5th) in Mrs. DiVito’s room, 123. 

  • Join the Lakota East Gymnastics Team! Tryouts are November 5 at 3:15 pm at Flip n Twist Gymnastics. Please email Coach Dagley at
    lakotagymnastics@gmail.com for more information.

  • Student government will meet Monday, November 5 in room 210 from 2:50 – 3:30 PM.

  • We are in the last week of the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 29, 2018

 

  • Congratulations to the Lakota East Varsity Dance Team....who were crowned GMC Champions yesterday at the Second Annual GMC Dance and Cheer Championships. Great job by the entire team and coaches!

 

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Football Team on qualifying for the DI OHSAA Playoffs. Your Thunderhawks will take on the Mason Comets at Mason at 7:00 on Friday Night. Ticket and Spirit Wear information will be released tomorrow.

  • And last....but certainly not least - A huge shout out to the Girls Cross Country Team for finishing second in the region - This regional runner up finish has qualified your Hawks to the OHSAA State Championships in Hebron, Ohio. Information about the send off and race-times will be released later this week.We have an exciting week ahead of us Hawks! Get Ready!

  • Congratulations to the Hawks of the Week:
    10th grade – Niclas Johnson nominated by Audrey Clark for Getting Your Mind Right
    11th grade – Grace Baugh nominated by Mindy Robertson for Getting Your Mind Right
    12th grade – Brennen Williams nominated by Bobbi Hume for Making a Difference

  • If you park on the NORTH SIDE of the school in the BLUE LINES pay special attention!!!  Please make sure you move your car by 3:00pm on Tuesday & Wednesday this week.  MANY THANKS!

  • Prom Committee meets TODAY after school in the digital learning lab.

  • Latin Club will meet in Room 200 TODAY at 2:45. There will be treats! Sign up with your local Latin teacher.

  • The Astronomy club will be hosting a Halloween Party after school TODAY in room 226! We will be playing games, watching videos, carving pumpkins and of course food will be provided. Everyone is welcome, no club card required. Hope to see you there!

  • Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens for Christ Bible Study TODAY and every Monday from 3:00-3:30 in room 110.  Snacks are provided!

  • Knitting Club will be held on Tuesday in Mr. Bright’s room, room 260, instead of our usual location.

  • This weekend Thunderhawk Theater will float along on a fantasmariffic adventure with James and the Giant Peach!  Join us Friday night, Saturday afternoon, Saturday evening, or Sunday afternoon.  Tickets are $10 at the door.  Hope to see you there!

  • We are looking forward to Tuesday’s 4E event where you will be able to select 2 sessions to attend that will pertain to Employment, Enlistment, Enrollment, and Entrepernuership.  You will notice orange signs outside some of your teachers’ doors with QR Codes.  We invite you to scan them and start exploring multitude of sessions offered.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday (Halloween) in Mr. Bright's room, (266). We will be learning about the culture behind Halloween. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed.

  • Auditions will be held Thursday, November 1st in room 124 for students interested in participating in the Veterans Day program. 

  • University of Cincinnati’s DAAP (Design, Art,  Architecture and Planning) will present here on Thursday, November 1 in room 282 during Extra Help. All are invited to hear about this nationally recognized program.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Thursday, November 1st after school in room 230 (of the Main Campus) to celebrate the Day of the Dead.  We will be decorating sugar skull cookies and making “papel picado.”  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring cookies or cookie decorations.

  • Bonjour!  We will be holding our next French Club, Thursday, November 1st in room 227 at the Main Campus.  We will be learning about and celebrating Northern African Culture.  All current and former French students are welcome to attend.  Hope to see you there!

  • Join the Lakota East Gymnastics Team! Tryouts are November 5 at 3:15 pm at Flip n Twist Gymnastics. Please email Coach Dagley at
    lakotagymnastics@gmail.com for more information.

  • We are in the last week of the  “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 26, 2018

  • Just a reminder that TODAY is the last day for Stuff the Bus for Reach Out Lakota.  We are going up against Mason and Middletown City Schools.  In the end 3 community relief organizations will win. We have boxes in the office let’s fill them up tomorrow!

 

  • Seniors – Graduate Services will be here during all lunches TODAY collecting senior orders.  The order deadline is Monday December 10th so don’t forget!!

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY in room 206! We will be having a Halloween Special where all students are welcome to come with no club card needed! Come prepared to discuss some seriously spooky topics.

  • Join the LEAF club for the Round-Up of invasive species on Saturday, October 27thWe will be removing invasive species behind the baseball field from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Student and adult volunteers needed!  Food will be provided.  Email the LEAF club at LeafclubLEHS2018@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have questions. 

  • Join us for the Lakota East National Honor Society Halloween Bash October 27th from 4-7 pm.  Admission is $5 per family.  We hope to see you there!

  • Latin Club will meet in Room 200 on Monday, October 29 at 2:45. There will be treats! Sign up with your local Latin teacher.

  • The ASL Club will be meeting Monday, October 27th in room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  We will be celebrating Halloween by learning Halloween themed signs and playing games.  Everyone is welcome to come and no club card is required.  There will also be lots of candy so don’t miss it!

  • The Astronomy club will be hosting a Halloween Party after school on Monday, Oct. 29 in room 226! We will be playing games, watching videos, carving pumpkins and of course food will be provided. Everyone is welcome, no club card required. Hope to see you there!

  • We are looking forward to next Tuesday’s 4E event where you will be able to select 2 sessions to attend that will pertain to Employment, Enlistment, Enrollment, and Entrepernuership.  Later today you will notice orange signs outside some of your teachers’ doors with QR Codes.  We invite you to scan them and start exploring multitude of sessions offered.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Thursday, November 1st after school in room 230 (of the Main Campus) to celebrate the Day of the Dead.  We will be decorating sugar skull cookies and making “papel picado.”  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring cookies or cookie decorations.

  • Bonjour!  We will be holding our next French Club, Thursday, November 1st in room 227 at the Main Campus.  We will be learning about and celebrating Northern African Culture.  All current and former French students are welcome to attend.  Hope to see you there!

  • Join the Lakota East Gymnastics Team! Tryouts are November 5 at 3:15 pm at Flip n Twist Gymnastics. Please email Coach Dagley at
    lakotagymnastics@gmail.com for more information.

October 25, 2018

  • Seniors – Graduate Services will be here during all lunches Thursday October 25th and Friday October 26th collecting senior orders.  The order deadline is Monday December 10th so don’t forget!!

 

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • The annual Art Club pumpkin carving event will be held TODAY at 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  Only the first 30 people who sign up will get a pumpkin.  Make sure you sign up in advance for this event using the QR codes posted in the hallways or by following the link on the art club twitter page @LEHSartclub.

  • Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will be here TODAY during extra help in room 282. All are invited to come to hear about their nationally recognized design program. They will also review your portfolio if interested.

  • JSA will be meeting after school Friday in room 206! We will be having a Halloween Special where all students are welcome to come with no club card needed! Come prepared to discuss some seriously spooky topics.

  • Join the LEAF club for the Round-Up of invasive species on Saturday, October 27th We will be removing invasive species behind the baseball field from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Student and adult volunteers needed!  Food will be provided.  Email the LEAF club at LeafclubLEHS2018@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have questions.

  • Join us for the Lakota East National Honor Society Halloween Bash October 27th from 4-7 pm.  Admission is $5 per family.  We hope to see you there!

  • Latin Club will meet in Room 200 on Monday, October 29 at 2:45. There will be treats! Sign up with your local Latin teacher.

  • The ASL Club will be meeting Monday, October 27th in room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  We will be celebrating Halloween by learning Halloween themed signs and playing games.  Everyone is welcome to come and no club card is required.  There will also be lots of candy so don’t miss it!

  • The Astronomy club will be hosting a Halloween Party after school on Monday, Oct. 29 in room 226! We will be playing games, watching videos, carving pumpkins and of course food will be provided. Everyone is welcome, no club card required. Hope to see you there!

  • Bonjour!  We will be holding our next French Club, Thursday, November 1st in room 227 at the Main Campus.  We will be learning about and celebrating Northern African Culture.  All current and former French students are welcome to attend.  Hope to see you there!

  • Join the Lakota East Gymnastics Team! Tryouts are November 5 at 3:15 pm at Flip n Twist Gymnastics. Please email Coach Dagley at
    lakotagymnastics@gmail.com for more information.

October 24, 2018

  • Lakota East Staff and Students:  What do they know?  Do they know things??  Let's find out! Today (Now!) during XH, watch the students of your quiz team take on volunteers from the Thunderhawk staff in the 3rd annual Staff v. Student match!  Come cheer them on, play along, and if you like what you see join the quiz team and test your own skill this winter! That's right after announcements, in the Theater, today!

 

  • Seniors – Graduate Services will be here during all lunches Thursday October 25th and Friday October 26th collecting senior orders.  The order deadline is Monday December 10th so don’t forget!!

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • There will be an informational meeting TODAY in room 124 at the beginning of extra help for anyone interested in participating in the Veterans Day program.

  • The annual Art Club pumpkin carving event will be held on Thursday October 25th at 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  Only the first 30 people who sign up will get a pumpkin.  Make sure you sign up in advance for this event using the QR codes posted in the hallways or by following the link on the art club twitter page @LEHSartclub. 

  • Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will be here on Thursday, October 25 during extra help in room 282. All are invited to come to hear about their nationally recognized design program. They will also review your portfolio if interested.

  • Join the LEAF club for the Round-Up of invasive species on Saturday, October 27th.  We will be removing invasive species behind the baseball field from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Student and adult volunteers needed!  Food will be provided.  Email the LEAF club at LeafclubLEHS2018@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have questions.

  • Latin Club will meet in Room 200 on Monday, October 29 at 2:45. There will be treats! Sign up with your local Latin teacher.

October 23, 2018

  • Lakota East Staff and Students:  What do they know?  Do they know things??  Let's find out! This Wednesday during XH, watch the students of your quiz team take on volunteers from the Thunderhawk staff in the 3rd annual Staff v. Student match!  Come cheer them on, play along, and if you like what you see join the quiz team and test your own skill this winter! That's Tomorrow, in the Theater, during XH!

 

  • Thanks goes out to the Zumba for the Cure committee for all your hard work putting together a successful Zumba for the Cure.  With your help we raised $2,354.71 toward the Hawks for the Cure campaign.  Please stop by Mrs. Cantrell’s room with a list of your service hours in order to get a verification letter of those hours.

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • Just a reminder for those going to CVG for the Honor Flight TODAY…. There will be pizza served in the cafeteria starting at 5 p.m. and busses leave at 6 p.m. for CVG. The busses will be located outside the weight room doors.   Students must bring their permission slips to be allowed on the bus.  

  • There will be an informational meeting Wednesday, October 24th, in room 124 at the beginning of extra help for anyone interested in participating in the Veterans Day program.

  • The annual Art Club pumpkin carving event will be held on Thursday October 25th at 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  Only the first 30 people who sign up will get a pumpkin.  Make sure you sign up in advance for this event using the QR codes posted in the hallways or by following the link on the art club twitter page @LEHSartclub.

  • Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will be here on Thursday, October 25 during extra help in room 282. All are invited to come to hear about their nationally recognized design program. They will also review your portfolio if interested.

  • Join the LEAF club for the Round-Up of invasive species on Saturday, October 27th.  We will be removing invasive species behind the baseball field from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Student and adult volunteers needed!  Pizza will be provided.  Email the LEAF club at leafclublehs@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have questions.

  • Latin Club will meet in Room 200 on Monday, October 29 at 2:45. There will be treats! Sign up with your local Latin teacher.

October 22, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Soccer Team for advancing in the OHSAA tournament with a 1-0 win over Milford – The Girls move onto play Fairfield, Tuesday night at 7:00 at Hamilton

 

  • In addition – Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball Team for Advancing in the OHSAA Tournament with a win over Lakota West Saturday – The Girls move onto play St. Ursula on Tuesday night at Lakota East.

  • A quick reminder that the boys Soccer Team will play Turpin tonight in sectional final action at Lakota West at 7:00 pm.

  • Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country Team who were crowned district Champions on Saturday at VOA – This placement has qualified the entire team to the Regional Championships this weekend in Troy!

  • What a weekend for the Lakota East Golf programs – Congratulations to the Girls Golf Team for placing 5th in the OHSAA State Tournament this weekend! In incredibly difficult conditions each player did their part for this tremendous achievement.

  • A huge shout out the Boys Golf Program who finished their season as State Runners Up – The second place finish in the OHSAA tournament is a tremendous accomplishment for all of the players and Coaches. Congratulations to Kyle Schmidt for earning second team all state honors!

  • And last but certainly not least – What a weekend for the Lakota East Marching Band! In back to back years – The Marching Thunderhawks qualified for the Finals of the Bands of America Super Regional in Indianapolis – This is an incredible achievement for each member of the marching band, the directors and all of those that make this machine at such a high level. Again – Congratualtions we are all very proud of each of you.

  • Congratulations to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Mason Becker nominated by Dave Honhart for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Elena Cittadino nominated by Tiffany Ashley for Pressing Pause
    12th grade – Molly Hillman nominated by Liz Gosky for Stepping Up

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • Prom Committee will meet in the Digital Learning Lab TODAY at 2:45 pm. Please bring several prom theme ideas.

  • Yearbook club will be meeting after school TODAY in room 286 above the media center.

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will take place TODAY and every Monday from 3:00-3:30 in room 110.  Please join us for a time of prayer and fellowship.  Snacks are provided!

  • The Astronomy Club’s next meeting will be TODAY in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226. We will be visualizing gravity! Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • Don’t forget to join the Muslim student association for our meeting TODAY after school in room 226. This meeting’s topic will be slander and backbiting. Hope to see you there!

  • Just a reminder for those going to CVG for the Honor Flight Tuesday…. There will be pizza served in the cafeteria starting at 5 p.m. and busses leave at 6 p.m. for CVG. The busses will be located outside the weight room doors.   Students must bring their permission slips to be allowed on the bus.  

  • On Tuesday, October 23rd Lakota East Chemistry students will celebrate National Mole Day.  This year's theme is Moley Potter.  The Science Department Invites all Thunderhwaks to dress as your favorite house from Harry Potter to support your chemistry friends.
    The Hogwarts house colors correspond as follows to each group:
    Gryffindor: Scarlet and Gold.
    Ravenclaw: Blue and Bronze.
    Slytherin: Green and Silver.
    Hufflepuff: Yellow and Black.
    Thank you for participating and supporting the love of Chemistry! 

  • There will be an informational meeting Wednesday, October 24th, in room 124 at the beginning of extra help for anyone interested in participating in the Veterans Day program.

  • The annual Art Club pumpkin carving event will be held on Thursday October 25th at 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  Only the first 30 people who sign up will get a pumpkin.  Make sure you sign up in advance for this event using the QR codes posted in the hallways or by following the link on the art club twitter page @LEHSartclub.

  • Join the LEAF club for the Round-Up of invasive species on Saturday, October 27thWe will be removing invasive species behind the baseball field from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Student and adult volunteers needed!  Pizza will be provided.  Email the LEAF club at leafclublehs@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have questions.

October 19, 2018

 

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

 

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY in room 206!  Join us for discussion and debate!! The topic this week is the Federal Student Loan Program. There will be snacks :)

  • Zumba for the Cure is TODAY from 7 to 9 in the gym.  This event is open to the public, so bring everyone you know that likes to have a good time.  It is $5 for students and $10 for adults and there will be tons of exciting raffles.  There will also be a prize for the best “Party in Pink” outfit.  See you there!

  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will take place this Monday from 3:00-3:30 in room 110.  Please join us for a time of prayer and fellowship.  Snacks are provided!

  • The Astronomy Club’s next meeting will be this Monday, October 22th in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226. We will be visualizing gravity! Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • Don’t forget to join the Muslim student association for our meeting Monday after school in room 226. This meeting’s topic will be slander and backbiting. Hope to see you there!

  • On Tuesday, October 23rd Lakota East Chemistry students will celebrate National Mole Day.  This year's theme is Moley Potter.  The Science Department Invites all Thunderhwaks to dress as your favorite house from Harry Potter to support your chemistry friends.
    The Hogwarts house colors correspond as follows to each group:

    Gryffindor: Scarlet and Gold.
    Ravenclaw: Blue and Bronze.
    Slytherin: Green and Silver.Hufflepuff: 
    Yellow
     and Black.
    Thank you for participating and supporting the love of Chemistry!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 16, 2018

  • Congratulations to the 2018 GMC Champions – Your Lakota East Girls Cross Country Team! A tremendous team effort made this dream a reality as PR’s ruled the day for the Thunderhawks! Up next for the Girls Cross Country Team are the SW District Championships on Saturday at VOA.

 

  • Congratulations to the Hawks of the Week:
    10
    th grade – Christina Blount nominated by Mindy Robertson for Getting your Mind Right
    11
    th grade – Martin Raymundo nominated by Nicole Bruce for Making a Difference
    12
    th grade – Ethan Noble nominated by Bobbi Hume for Getting Your Mind Right

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for the Honor Flight at Lunch.  Please make sure to sign up for this exciting evening welcoming home our veterans.

  • The Zumba for the Cure committee will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, October 17th to put together raffle baskets.  Please bring all remaining raffle basket donations to this meeting.  We will be putting together the baskets.SOAR will meet this Thursday in room 154 during XH.

  • There will be an informational kick-off meeting for students interested in participating on the bowling team this year. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 17th in room 200 at 3:15 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • There will be an informational Softball meeting for both parents and players Thursday, October 18 at 6:00 pm in room 200 of main campus. Any girl interested in playing should attend.

  • Class of 2019 - Graduate Services will be holding a Senior Class meeting on Wednesday October 17th during Extra Help (9:50-10:40 a.m.) at East.  They will distribute the order packets and go over important information regarding ordering your cap & gown, graduation announcements, etc.  Please bring a pen/pencil to the meeting as you will be filling out an information card.It is IMPERATIVE that seniors attend this meeting.  Those that have Senior Flex, CCP, etc and don't normally attend XH on Wednesdays should plan to adjust their schedule and arrive by 9:45 so you don't miss out!

  • Zumba for the Cure is this Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 in the gym.  This event is open to the public, so bring everyone you know that likes to have a good time.  It is $5 for students and $10 for adults and there will be tons of exciting raffles. There will also be a prize for the best “Party in Pink” outfit.  See you there!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 12, 2018

 

  • Congratulations to the Boys Golf Team winning the Southwest District Tournament yesterday - Their victory solidified their placement in the OHSAA Championships in Columbus next week. A huge shout out to Medalist and District Champion Kyle Schmidt for firing a two under 70 - Kyle was the only player to break par in the tournament! Great job to all players and coaches.

 

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • There will be an informational kick-off meeting for students interested in participating on the bowling team this year. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 17th in room 200 at 3:15 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Sign-ups start TODAY during lunch for welcoming home our veterans from their Honor Flight.  Space is limited so don’t delay!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event! We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 11, 2018

  • Attention Students - ALICE Trainings will occur this week during XH….The following schedule will be followed:
    Juniors/Seniors-ALICE Training in Gymnasium TODAY

 

  • Tonight, the boys soccer team takes on “the other school” for a possible scenario to win the GMC.  Come out to support the team as we recognize our seniors for senior night.

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • There will be an informational kick-off meeting for students interested in participating on the bowling team this year. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 17th in room 200 at 3:15 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!Sign-ups start TODAY during lunch for welcoming home our veterans from their Honor Flight.  Space is limited so don’t delay!

  • Looking for something different to do during XH this week?  Join us in the Band Room on TODAY for East’s first ever XH Recital!  The two day event will feature some of the awesome musicians at Lakota East! The Recital will start at about 10:00 and will be finished by 10:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event! We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers. We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 10, 2018

 

  • Attention Students - ALICE Trainings will occur this week during XH….The following schedule will be followed:
    Sophomores-ALICE Training in Theatre TODAY
    Juniors/Seniors-ALICE Training in Gymnasium on Thursday

  • Congratulations to the Girls Golf Team for qualifying to the OHSAA State Championships for the second consecutive year - a very special shout out to Bree Wilson, Grace Honigford and Cameron Eddy - best of luck up state!

  • Congratulations to the Hawks of the Week!|
    10th grade – Abby Haendel nominated by Heather Davis for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Mark Krajewski nominated by Bobbi Hume for Getting Your Mind Right
    12th grade – Roque Diaz Nunez nominated by Nicole Bruce for Making a Difference

  • Just a friendly reminder that if you are at school before the start of the day for an activity, you are to park in your assigned parking spot.

  • This Thursday night, the boys soccer team takes on “the other school” for a possible scenario to win the GMC.  Come out to support the team as we recognize our seniors for senior night.

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • Sign-ups start TODAY during lunch for welcoming home our veterans from their Honor Flight.  Space is limited so don’t delay!  Also we are going to be making posters during extra help on Main Street Wednesday, come and join in if you want to help.

  • Looking for something different to do during XH this week?  Join us in the Band Room on TODAY & Thursday for East’s first ever XH Recital!  The two day event will feature some of the awesome musicians at Lakota East! The Recital will start at about 10:00 and will be finished by 10:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • The next Art Club will be TODAY from 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  We will be making our domino jewelry with alcohol inks.  We hope to see you there!

  • The Spanish Club will meet TODAY after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool TODAY in Mr. Bright's room, (266). POACA will be discussing whether America is truly a melting pot of different cultures. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed. We will have PIZZA!

  • The Dungeons and Dragons Club will be meeting in room 254 TODAY. We will be making characters and run a small game for those new to the club.  No club card is needed and snacks will be provided.  We hope to see you there!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers.  We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 9, 2018

  • Attention Students - ALICE Trainings will occur this week during XH
    The following schedule will be followed:
    Sophomores-ALICE Training in Theatre on Wednesday
    Juniors/Seniors-ALICE Training in Gymnasium on Thursday

 

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • Sign-ups start Wednesday during lunch for welcoming home our veterans from their Honor Flight.  Space is limited so don’t delay!  Also we are going to be making posters during extra help on Main Street Wednesday, come and join in if you want to help.

  • Looking for something different to do during XH this week?  Join us in the Band Room on Wednesday & Thursday for East’s first ever XH Recital!  The two day event will feature some of the awesome musicians at Lakota East! The Recital will start at about 10:00 and will be finished by 10:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • There will be a Veterans Club meeting TODAY, after school in room 106.  The ambassador from Honor Flight Tri-State is going to be here to discuss our upcoming trip on October 23rd and how Honor Flight impacts our veterans.

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet TODAY after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The next Art Club will be on October 1Oth from 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  We will be making our domino jewelry with alcohol inks.  We hope to see you there!

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday, 10/10 in Mr. Bright's room, (266). POACA will be discussing whether America is truly a melting pot of different cultures. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed. We will have PIZZA!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers.  We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

October 8, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Marching Thunderhawks on yet another record breaking performance on Saturday at Kettering.  They collected just a few awards…. 1st Place in Class AA, Best Percussion in Class AA, Overall Best Music, Overall Best Visual, Overall Best General Effect, and were named the Grand Champions.  The Thunderhawks next competition is at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Bands of America Super Regional Championships on October 20th.  They will be competing against 71 bands from 9 different states.  Congratulations again on a fantastic weekend!

 

  • ALL OF MR. POPEJOY’S CLASSES SHOULD REPORT TODAY TO STUDY HALL AT THE END OF MAIN STREET.

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

  • The Astronomy Club’s next meeting will be TODAY in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226. We will be discussing the big bang theory and the cosmic evolution of our universe. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of level of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is TODAY at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.Hack Club will be meeting TODAY in room 243.  Anyone interested in Cyber Security should attend.  No club card required.

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will meet TODAY and every Monday in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship, snacks are provided!!Yearbook Club will be meeting TODAY after school in room 286 above the library.

  • Sign-ups start Wednesday during lunch for welcoming home our veterans from their Honor Flight.  Space is limited so don’t delay!  Also we are going to be making posters during extra help on Main Street Wednesday, come and join in if you want to help.

  • Looking for something different to do during XH this week?  Join us in the Band Room on Wednesday & Thursday for East’s first ever XH Recital!  The two day event will feature some of the awesome musicians at Lakota East! The Recital will start at about 10:00 and will be finished by 10:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet Tuesday, October 9th after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The next Art Club will be on October 1Oth from 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  We will be making our domino jewelry with alcohol inks.  We hope to see you there!

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday, 10/10 in Mr. Bright's room, (266). POACA will be discussing whether America is truly a melting pot of different cultures. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed. We will have PIZZA!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers.  We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

  • Attention students taking the PSAT on October 13th Please plan to arrive to Lakota East High School at 7:30 a.m. Students should plan on bringing the following items:
    *Number 2 pencils, no Mechanical
    *College Board Approved Calculator
    *Student ID or Driver License
    *Snacks and water
    Students should leave all phones or electronic devices at home or in their locker.  They will not be permitted in the testing room.  Please remember to get a good night sleep and have a good breakfast.

October 5, 2018

 

  • Lakota East will be hosting the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) on Thursday, November 8th during the school day. Please come to the counseling office to sign up!

 

  • The Astronomy Club’s next meeting will be this Monday, October 8th in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226. We will be discussing the big bang theory and the cosmic evolution of our universe. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of level of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.Hack Club will be meeting Monday in room 243.  Anyone interested in Cyber Security should attend.  No club card required

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will meet this Monday and every Monday in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship, snacks are provided!!

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet Tuesday, October 9th after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The next Art Club will be on October 10th from 2:45-4 in room 281 at the main campus.  We will be making our domino jewelry with alcohol inks.  We hope to see you there!

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday, 10/10 in Mr. Bright's room, (266). POACA will be discussing whether America is truly a melting pot of different cultures. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed. We will have PIZZA!

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

  • The Lakota East Art Department will be hosting a Family Workshop Night on October 24th from 5:00-6:30.  A Lakota East student and a family member will create a handcrafted work of art together.  Best of all….it’s FREE! There are only spots for 30 pairs (60 people) for the main campus so please sign up soon at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E044AA8A6292-lakota

  • We have kicked off the “Stockings for Soldiers” project!  We will be collecting items in every classroom at main campus through the month of October.  The past 7 years “Stockings for Soldiers” project has received an incredible amount of support from our community.  This project provides gifts to deployed soldiers.  We’ve shipped over 800 stockings each year to American soldiers serving in Japan, Afghanistan, Iraq, around the world and sailing the seas.  It has been a fun and rewarding project and we hope you will help us send some holiday cheer to our soldiers!

  • Attention students taking the PSAT on October 13th!  Please plan to arrive to Lakota East High School at 7:30 a.m. Students should plan on bringing the following items:

    *Number 2 pencils, no Mechanical

    *College Board Approved Calculator

    *Student ID or Driver License

    *Snacks and water

    Students should leave all phones or electronic devices at home or in their locker.  They will not be permitted in the testing room.  Please remember to get a good night sleep and have a good breakfast.


October 4, 2018

  • Juniors or seniors that are interested in attending Ohio University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the Wright State admission’s representative.

 

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser is TODAY at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets today during lunch.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s Beat West!!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is TODAY in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

  • The Astronomy Club’s next meeting will be this Monday, October 8th in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226. We will be discussing the big bang theory and the cosmic evolution of our universe. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of level of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet Tuesday, October 9th after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

October 3, 2018

  • Juniors or seniors that are interested in attending Wright State University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the Wright State admission’s representative.

 

  • Monday started our "Hawks for the Cure Campaign".  With your help, over the past 9 years we have been able to donate over $100,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. We will be selling T-shirts for $10 each.  We also have a bonus T-shirt you can get for $5, a pink "Beat West T- shirt. Shirts will be available during lunch and in the Athletic Office.

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet Tuesday, October 9th after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide is available in the counseling office. All students who have signed up to take the PSAT in October, please pick one up.

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be TODAY at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • STUDENTS: Please come to the Digital Learning Lab TODAY during XH to learn about the Kinetic Vision PAID engineering internship. Information will be shared about what you must do to qualify and apply, so don’t miss it!

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser is tomorrow on October 4th at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets this week during lunch up until the day of the event.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s Beat West!!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Thursday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

October 2, 2018

  • Monday, October 1st starts our "Hawks for the Cure Campaign"  with your help, over the past 9 years we have been able to donate over $100,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. We will be selling T-shirts for $10 each.  We also have a bonus T-shirt you can get for $5, a pink "Beat West T- shirt. Shirts will be available during lunch and in the Athletic Office.

 

  • Tonight is the Volley for the Cure game with amazing raffles and silent auction baskets, split the pot and a bake sale.  Please come and help us support this wonderful foundation!

  • The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet Tuesday, October 9th after school in room 230.  Please make sure you are working with your team to collect as many raffle donations as possible, and then bring all of your donations to this meeting.

  • The PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide is available in the counseling office. All students who have signed up to take the PSAT in October, please pick one up.

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, October 3, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • STUDENTS: Please come to the Digital Learning Lab this Wednesday, October 3rd during XH to learn about the Kinetic Vision PAID engineering internship. Information will be shared about what you must do to qualify and apply, so don’t miss it!

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser on October 4th at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets next week during lunch up until the day of the event.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s beat West!!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Thursday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

  • The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, October 10th after school in room 230 (of the main campus).  We will be playing Bingo, voting on club t-shirts and of course eating. Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring a food item to this meeting.

  • It’s Zumba for the Cure time again!  This year’s event is Friday, October 19th from 7 to 9 pm.  It is such a fun, energetic, and unique evening!  It is open to the general public ($5 for students, $10 for adults). Our funds raised tend to be about 50% from ticket sales and 50% from raffles, and we have some great baskets every year.  We hope you will come out and support this year’s event!  We promise you will have fun!!

October 1, 2018

  • CONGRATULATIONS to the Marching Thunderhawks on an unbelievable set of performances on Saturday at the Northwest Ohio Regional Championships held at Bowling Green State University.  They were 2nd Place out of 25 bands in Prelims and 3rd Place overall in Finals!  Another record breaking weekend for the Hawks!

 

  • The PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide is available in the counseling office. All students who have signed up to take the PSAT in October, please pick one up.

  • The next Muslim Students Association meeting is TODAY after school, in room 226. Snacks will be provided, and no club card is required. Hope to see you there!

  • Student Government will hold our next meeting TODAY, October 1 at 2:50 in room 210.  We have a lot of opportunities to discuss and planning to do! We look forward to seeing you there!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, October 3, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • STUDENTS: Please come to the Community Room, Room 200, this Wednesday, October 3rd during XH to learn about the Kinetic Vision PAID engineering internship. Information will be shared about what you must do to qualify and apply, so don’t miss it!

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser on October 4th at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets next week during lunch up until the day of the event.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s beat West!!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Thursday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

September 28, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Lakota East Boys Golf Team on winning their 5th consecutive GMC Title Yesterday - The Hawks were led by 3x Player of Year Kyle Schmidt who posted school and GMC record low scores of 69 and 67 in the two day tournament. In addition the team score of 574 are School and a league records as well. On last shout out to Coach Jeff Combs for earning Coach of the Year Honors.

 

  • JSA will be meeting TODAY in room 206! Join us for discussion and debate after school, the topic this week will be legalizing prostitution.

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser on October 4th at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets next week during lunch up until the day of the event.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s beat West!!

  • Student Government will hold our next meeting on Monday, October 1 at 2:50 in room 210.  We have a lot of opportunities to discuss and planning to do! We look forward to seeing you there!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, October 3, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • STUDENTS: Please come to the Community Room, Room 200, this Wednesday, October 3rd during XH to learn about the Kinetic Vision PAID engineering internship. Information will be shared about what you must do to qualify and apply, so don’t miss it!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Thursday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

  • Attention juniors and seniors – our first prom committee meeting is Monday, Oct. 8 at 2:45 pm in the Digital Learning Lab.

September 27, 2018

  • For any juniors or seniors interested in attending the Xavier University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the Xavier admission’s representative.

 

  • Join the LEAF club tomorrow after school in room 119.  We will be discussing the issues of invasive species.

  • SOAR will have a planning meeting this TODAY during XH in Room 154.  Please come with ideas so we can get our calendar up and running!

  • JSA will be meeting this Friday in room 206! Join us for discussion and debate after school, the topic this week will be legalizing prostitution.

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until tomorrow, September 28th.

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on TODAY in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! We hope to see you there.

  • Relay For Life is having a fall fundraiser on October 4th at Niederman Farm. This is a competition against West’s Relay to see who can raise the most money!  We will be selling tickets next week during lunch up until the day of the event.  Tickets will be $12.00.  We hope to see you all there and let’s beat West!!

  • Student Government will hold our next meeting on Monday, October 1 at 2:50 in room 210.  We have a lot of opportunities to discuss and planning to do! We look forward to seeing you there!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, October 3, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Thursday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

September 26, 2018

 

  • For any juniors or seniors interested in attending the Miami University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the Miami admission’s representative.

 

  • Join the LEAF club tomorrow after school in room 119.  We will be discussing the issues of invasive species.

  • SOAR will have a planning meeting this Thursday, September 27 during XH in Room 154.  Please come with ideas so we can get our calendar up and running!

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.

  • The eSports Club will have our next meeting TODAY from 2:45 – 4pm. Officers will meet during XH, as our first round of tournaments are forthcoming. As always, bring your own consoles, games and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • The next art club meeting will be TODAY from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.The next POACA meeting will be after school TODAY, the 26th, in Mr. Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring Chinese Culture. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed.

  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting TODAY@ 3:00 PM in the Community Room, room 200. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend the meeting. The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck.

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! We hope to see you there.

  • Student Government will hold our next meeting on Monday, October 1 at 2:50 in room 210.  We have a lot of opportunities to discuss and planning to do! We look forward to seeing you there!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, October 3, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  Come for information about Trick-or-Treat so Kids can Eat and upcoming theater events.  Bring your club card!

  • Bonjour!  Our next French Club meeting is this Tuesday, October 4th in room 227 at the Main Campus.  Come and learn about early French history while playing fun games and enjoying snacks! Any current our former French student is welcome to come!

September 25, 2018

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.

 

  • The first Zumba for the Cure meeting will be TODAY in room 230 after school.  If you have any interest in preparing for this fun event and getting service hours, please plan to attend this meeting.

  • The eSports Club will have our next meeting on Wednesday, September 26th in Room 289 from 2:45 – 4pm. Officers will meet during XH, as our first round of tournaments are forthcoming. As always, bring your own consoles, games and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday, the 26th, in Mr. Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring Chinese Culture. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed.

  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting on Wednesday, September 26 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room, room 200. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend the meeting. The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck.  

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! We hope to see you there.

September 24, 2018

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.

 

  • Latin Club is playing ping pong TODAY after school outside the café. Come join the fun!

  • Yearbook Club will be meeting in room 286above the library at main campus today.

  • There will be no hack club meeting today after school. Weekly meetings will resume on Monday, October 1st.

  • Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens for Christ Bible Study!  We meet TODAY and every Monday 3:00-3:30 in room 110 and snacks are provided.

  • The astronomy club’s first meeting will be TODAY in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226 3-4pm. We will be planning for the upcoming year and discussing potential meeting topics. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • The first Zumba for the Cure meeting will be Tuesday, September 25th in room 230 after school.  If you have any interest in preparing for this fun event and getting service hours, please plan to attend this meeting.

  • The eSports Club will have our next meeting on Wednesday, September 26th in Room 289 from 2:45 – 4pm. Officers will meet during XH, as our first round of tournaments are forthcoming. As always, bring your own consoles, games and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.

  • The next POACA meeting will be after school this Wednesday, the 26th, in Mr. Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring Chinese Culture. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed.

  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting on Wednesday, September 26 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room, room 200. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend the meeting. The meeting will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck.

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! We hope to see you there.

September 21, 2018

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.

 

  • JSA will be meeting after school today in room 206 to debate the FDA's regulations on e-cigarette and Juul products. As always, all are welcome! Don't forget that Fall State packets are due next Wednesday at the latest.

  • Latin Club is playing ping pong on Monday, September 24 after school outside the café. Come join the fun!

  • Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens for Christ Bible Study!  We meet every Monday 3:00-3:30 in room 110 and snacks are provided.

  • The astronomy club’s first meeting will be this coming Monday, September 24th in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226 3-4pm. We will be planning for the upcoming year and discussing potential meeting topics. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • The first Zumba for the Cure meeting will be Tuesday, September 25th in room 230 after school.  If you have any interest in preparing for this fun event and getting service hours, please plan to attend this meeting.

  • The eSports Club will have our next meeting on Wednesday, September 26th in Room 289 from 2:45 – 4pm. Officers will meet during XH, as our first round of tournaments are forthcoming. As always, bring your own consoles, games and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday, the 26th, in Mr Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring Chinese Culture. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed.

  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting on September 26 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend these meetings. Meetings will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck.

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there.

September 20, 2018

 

  • TODAY is the LAST day for Homecoming ticket sales.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches TODAY.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.

 

  • If you are on Homecoming Court, Please remember to return your info forms to Ms. Dennis in room 113 by the end of XH today.

  • For Juniors and Seniors interested in attending The Ohio State University, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the OSU admissions representative.

  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.

  • Latin Club is playing ping pong on Monday, September 24 after school outside the café.

  • Come join the fun!Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens for Christ Bible Study!  We meet every Monday 3:00-3:30 in room 110 and snacks are provided.

  • The astronomy club’s first meeting will be this coming Monday, September 24th in Mrs. Foldy’s room, room 226 3-4pm. We will be planning for the upcoming year and discussing potential meeting topics. Anyone with an interest in science or space is encouraged to attend, regardless of previous knowledge about astronomy. No club card required. Snacks will be provided. Hope to see you there!

  • The first Zumba for the Cure meeting will be Tuesday, September 25th in room 230 after school.  If you have any interest in preparing for this fun event and getting service hours, please plan to attend this meeting.

  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.

  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting on September 26 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend these meetings. Meetings will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck.

  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there!

September 19, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • SALT Meeting NOW….in room #218.
  • If you are on Homecoming Court, Please remember to return your info forms to Ms. Dennis in room 113 by the end of XH tomorrow.
  • For juniors and seniors interested in attending the University of Cincinnati, please proceed to the theatre during Extra Help to talk to the UC admissions representative.
  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.
  • The East Chess team is holding an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 19th at 2:45 in room 233 at the Main Campus.     No experience necessary, if you enjoy chess then please come.
  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.
  • We will have swimming and diving information and signup meeting on September 26 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend these meetings. Meetings will last approximately 30 minutes.  For Questions contact Coach Beck.
  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there.

September 17, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.
  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.
  • The first ASL Club meeting will be TODAY in Ms. Snyder’s room (225).  We will be discussing future volunteer opportunities and making posters to put around the school.  No club card is needed and snacks will be provided.
  • Hey everyone, join us for the first MSA meeting, TODAY after school, in room 226. Food will be provided, and no club card is required. Hope to see you there!
  • Come to the next Hack club meeting TODAY in room 243 if you are interested in hearing about an internship opportunity at The Boys and Girls Club that involves working with computers and network configuration.
  • The next Knitting Club meeting will be Tuesday in room 243.  At the meeting we will begin learning how to knit, so please bring your materials.  No club card is required.
  • The first Science Olympiad meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday, September 18th, in Mr. Gleason's room 251.
  • The East Chess team is holding an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 19th at 2:45 in room 233 at the Main Campus.     No experience necessary, if you enjoy chess then please come.
  • The next art club meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.
  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there

September 14, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.
  • The Junior State of America is back to meeting on Fridays!  Join us after school this TODAY in room 206 for discussion and debate. The topic this week is Kneeling for the National Anthem; bring your club cards!
  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 TODAY. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!
  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.
  • The first ASL Club meeting will be Monday September 17th in Ms. Snyder’s room (225).  We will be discussing future volunteer opportunities and making posters to put around the school.  No club card is needed and snacks will be provided.  
  • Hey everyone, join us for the first MSA meeting, Monday after school, in room 226. Food will be provided, and no club card is required. Hope to see you there!
  • Come to the next Hack club meeting on Monday in room 243 if you are interested in hearing about an internship opportunity at The Boys and Girls Club that involves working with computers and network configuration.
  • The next Knitting Club meeting will be Tuesday in room 243.  At the meeting we will begin learning how to knit, so please bring your materials.  No club card is required.
  • The first Science Olympiad meeting will be next Tuesday, September 18th, in Mr. Gleason's room 251.
  • The East Chess team is holding an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 19th at 2:45 in room 233 at the Main Campus. No experience necessary, if you enjoy chess then please come.
  • The next art club meeting will be on Sept. 26th from 2:45-4:00 at the main campus in room 281.  We will be creating origami art and beginning a group project.
  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th  in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there

September 13, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • Homecoming is a high school tradition across the country. Part of that tradition is the nomination of members from each class to represent them at the events surrounding Homecoming weekend.  To submit your vote and keep this tradition alive, please
    Go to https://easthigh.lakotaonline.com/ Click on the Counseling tab, then click on “Naviance” in the drop down menu
    Click on the Naviance link then log into Naviance when prompted
    Once in Naviance go to the About Me tab in the top right corner
    Then click About me HOME in the drop down menu
    The survey will appear on the left side
  • The Art Academy of Cincinnati (a local art college) will be here on TODAY in room 282 during Extra Help to talk about their college program. Come learn about the careers in art.All students are invited.
  • SOAR will be having its first planning meeting TODAY during XH in Room 154.  Looking forward to a fun-filled year of activities.  Please come with ideas.
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.The LEAF Club will be meeting TODAY after school to help out in the courtyard.  Volunteer hours and snacks will be provided.
  • Come to Music Club this TODAY in room 147.  Join other musicians in learning how to improve and spontaneously make music in a jam session!  Bring your own instruments or let Mr. Dennis know if you need one provided for you.
  • Lakota East Women in Science and Engineering club will be having a meeting on Thursday September, 27th  in room 290, which is located above the media center. Any girl who has a passion for science, engineering, medicine or computer science is welcome! We will be discussing our plans for the year which include company tours, pen pals, and a community service project! Snacks will be provided and no club card is required! Hope to see you there.
  • The Animal Club is currently having a donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There is a list of items to donate along with a box to place your donations in.  The box is located in the main office.  The drive will take place now until September 28th.
  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 on Friday, September 14th. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!
  • The Junior State of America is back to meeting on Fridays!  Join us after school this Friday in room 206 for discussion and debate. The topic this week is Kneeling for the National Anthem; bring your club cards!
  • Hey everyone, join us for the first MSA meeting, next Monday after school, in room 226. Food will be provided, and no club card is required. Hope to see you there!
  • The first Science Olympiad meeting will be next Tuesday, September 18th, in Mr. Gleason's room 251.
  • Hope Squad Night is TONIGHT at 6 during the Girl’s Volleyball game against Mason.  Since yellow is a color that symbolizes HOPE we are having a “Yellow Out”.  Our HOPE Squad’s booth will be giving out FREE cookies as well as watching our Superintendent Mr. Miller’s attempt at the “Whipped Cream Challenge”.  We hope to see you there!
  • The first ASL Club meeting will be Monday September 17th in Ms. Snyder’s room (225).  We will be discussing future volunteer opportunities and making posters to put around the school.  No club card is needed and snacks will be provided.
  • Join us at Chipotle Thursday, September 13th at 6879 Cincinnati Dayton Rd. from 4:00-8:00  to support Lakota East Spark. Tell the cashier that you are supporting Lakota East SparkSpark and  33% of the proceeds with be donated to the program. 

September 12, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • Homecoming is a high school tradition across the country. Part of that tradition is the nomination of members from each class to represent them at the events surrounding Homecoming weekend.  To submit your vote and keep this tradition alive, please
    Go to https://easthigh.lakotaonline.com/ Click on the Counseling tab, then click on “Naviance” in the drop down menu
    Click on the Naviance link then log into Naviance when prompted
    Once in Naviance go to the About Me tab in the top right corner
    Then click About me HOME in the drop down menu
    The survey will appear on the left side
  • The Art Academy of Cincinnati (a local art college) will be here on Thursday, Sept. 13 in room 282 during Extra Help to talk about their college program. Come learn about the careers in art.  All students are invited.
  • SOAR will be having its first planning meeting this Thursday, September 13th during XH in Room 154.  Looking forward to a fun-filled year of activities.  Please come with ideas. 
  • Attention ALL Seniors – Please plan to attend a MANDATORY senior meeting today during extra help.  The meeting will take place in the theater.
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.
  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 on Friday, September 14th. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!
  • The Junior State of America is back to meeting on Fridays!  Join us after school this Friday in room 206 for discussion and debate. The topic this week is Kneeling for the National Anthem; bring your club cards!
  • The first Science Olympiad meeting will be next Tuesday, September 18th, in Mr. Gleason's room 251.
  • The next POACA meeting will be after school today in Mr. Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring the culture of Nigeria. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed!
  • The LEAF Club will be meeting tomorrow after school to help out in the courtyard.  Volunteer hours and snacks will be provided.
  • Come to Music Club this Thursday in room 147.  Join other musicians in learning how to improve and spontaneously make music in a jam session!  Bring your own instruments or let Mr. Dennis know if you need one provided for you.
  • Hope Squad Night is this Thursday at 6 during the Girl’s Volleyball game against Mason.  We will be giving out cookies as well as watching our Superintendent Mr. Miller’s attempt at the “Whipped Cream Challenge”.  We hope to see you there.

September 11, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • State Test scores will be handed out at lunch again today.  Please stop by the table during your lunch time.
  • We are still missing over 500 Emergency Medical Forms.  Please check with your teacher to see if your name appears on the list that was sent this morning.  If you need an additional copy, stop by the Counseling Office for a prepopulated version of the form.  We need these returned ASAP!!
  • Come to the Animal Club meeting after school today in Mrs. Deak’s room to help prepare for the upcoming donation drive for Animal Friends Humane Society.  There will be brownies!
  • SOAR will be having its first planning meeting this Thursday, September 13th during XH in Room 154.  Looking forward to a fun-filled year of activities.  Please come with ideas. 
  • Attention ALL Seniors – Please plan to attend a mandatory senior meeting on Wednesday, September 12th during extra help.  The meeting will take place in the theater. 
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.
  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 on Friday, September 14th. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!
  • The first knitting club meeting will take place on September 11 in room 243 at 2:50 pm.  You do not have to know how to knit to attend and crocheters are welcome as well.  No club card is required.
  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday, September 12th, in Mr Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring the culture of Nigeria. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed!

September 10, 2018

  • The Class of 2019 would like to invite all Lakota East students to attend the 2018 Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 22nd, from 8-11pm in the Main Campus Gymnasium.  Tickets will be on sale for $20 during all lunches beginning Monday September 17th through Thursday September 20th.  If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lakota East, you will need to bring a completed guest form at the time of purchase.  Guest forms are available in any office.  No tickets will be sold at the door, the night of the dance, so get yours early to enjoy a fun evening with your friends.
  • SOAR will be having its first planning meeting this Thursday, September 13th during XH in Room 154.  Looking forward to a fun-filled year of activities.  Please come with ideas.
  • Hey Seniors- Do you want to help make Homecoming a night to remember? Join the Homecoming Committee by attending a meeting after school today in room 113.  See Ms. Dennis or Mrs. Schneider with any questions!
  • Attention ALL Seniors – Please plan to attend a mandatory senior meeting on Wednesday, September 12th during extra help.  The meeting will take place in the theater.
  • Yearbook Club will be meeting today after school in 286 above the library at main campus.
  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.
  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 on Friday, September 14th. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!
  • The first Student Government meeting will be held Monday, September 10 at 2:50 in room 210. See Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome! We will begin by planning our Homecoming Spirit Week!
  • The first Hack club meeting will take place on September 10 in room 243 at 2:50 pm.  If you are interested in technology or software development this is the club for you! Everyone is welcome and no club card is required.
  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will begin on Monday, September 10th from 3:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. in room 110.  Come join us for a time of bible study, fellowship and snacks.  No Club Card Needed.
  • The first knitting club meeting will take place on September 11 in room 243 at 2:50 pm.  You do not have to know how to knit to attend and crocheters are welcome as well.  No club card is required.
  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday, September 12th, in Mr Bright's room (266). POACA will be exploring the culture of Nigeria. Everyone is welcome, and no club card is needed!

September 6, 2018

  • The PSAT registration forms are due in to Mrs. Lewis in the Counseling Office by 3:00 today.
  • JSA will be meeting today after school in room 206!  The topic for discussion will be The Death Penalty.  All are welcome to come after school today in room 206!
  • The Art Club has hand-painted and hidden rocks throughout the school. If you find one of these rocks, post a picture with it and tag our Twitter @LEHSartclub to be entered in a drawing for a $25 Michael's gift card! Just remember to put the rock back when you're done, and good luck hunting!

  • Extra copies of last year's yearbook are for sale in room 104 for $60 cash or check.

  • Latin Club is having ice cream in the courtyard behind room 119 on Friday, September 14th. Sign up with your local Latin teacher. See you there!

  • The first Student Government meeting will be held Monday, September 10 at 2:50 in room 210. See Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome! We will begin by planning our Homecoming Spirit Week!

  • The first INTERalliance meeting is today in room 243 at 2:50pm.  Hope to see you all there!

  • Bonjour!  The first French Club meeting will take place today in Room 227 at the Main Campus. We will meet from 2:45-3:45, and you will hear about all the fun things we have planned for this year. All current or former French students are welcome to join us, hope to see you there!

  • Just a friendly reminder that applications are due this week for Mu Alpha Theta. Turn them into Mrs. Clark in room 216 no later than Friday, no club card is needed.  Returning members who have paid dues and completed their hours do not need to reapply, just come to the first meeting.

  • The first Hack club meeting will take place on September 10 in room 243 at 2:50 pm.  If you are interested in technology or software development this is the club for you! Everyone is welcome and no club card is required.

  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will begin on Monday, September 10th from 3:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. in room 110.  Come join us for a time of bible study, fellowship and snacks.  No Club Card Needed.

  • The first knitting club meeting will take place on September 11 in room 243 at 2:50 pm.  You do not have to know how to knit to attend and crocheters are welcome as well.  No club card is required.

  • If you’re interested in being a Relay For Life chair to help coordinate 2019’s event, we are doing interviews for positions the first week of September.  Please visit our twitter account @lehsrelay4life for more information or contact Emme Harper or Brook Miller with any questions.  

  • If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashier’s office to pick the card up.

September 5, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th.
  • The Art Club has hand-painted and hidden rocks throughout the school. If you find one of these rocks, post a picture with it and tag our Twitter @LEHSartclub to be entered in a drawing for a $25 Michael's gift card! Just remember to put the rock back when you're done, and good luck hunting!
  • The first Student Government meeting will be held Monday, September 10 at 2:50 in room 210. See Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome! We will begin by planning our Homecoming Spirit Week!
  • The eSports Club will have our first meeting next Wednesday, September 5th in Room 289. We will discuss our meeting and tournament schedules for this year, as well as the vacant officer positions. As always, bring your own consoles and controllers. We hope to see you there!
  • The Spanish Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 5th after school in room 230.  If you are a current Spanish student or a Spanish speaker, we are excited to welcome you into the Spanish Club!The first INTERalliance meeting is Thursday, September 6th, in room 243 at 2:50pm.  Hope to see you all there!
  • Bonjour!  The first French Club meeting will take place on Thursday, September 6th in Room 227 at the Main Campus. We will meet from 2:45-3:45, and you will hear about all the fun things we have planned for this year. All current or former French students are welcome to join us, hope to see you there!
  • Just a friendly reminder that applications are due this week for Mu Alpha Theta. Turn them into Mrs. Clark in room 216 no later than Friday.
  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will begin on Monday, September 10th from 3:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. in room 110.  Come join us for a time of bible study, fellowship and snacks.  No Club Card Needed.
  • If you’re interested in being a Relay For Life chair to help coordinate 2019’s event, we are doing interviews for positions the first week of September.  Please visit our twitter account @lehsrelay4life for more information or contact Emme Harper or Brook Miller with any questions.
  • If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashier’s office to pick the card up.

August 31, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th
  • The Art Club has hand-painted and hidden rocks throughout the school. If you find one of these rocks, post a picture with it and tag our Twitter @LEHSartclub to be entered in a drawing for a 25$ Michael's gift card! Just remember to put the rock back when you're done, and good luck hunting!
  • The first Student Government meeting will be held Monday, September 10 at 2:50 in room 210. See Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome! We will begin by planning our Homecoming Spirit Week!
  • The eSports Club will have our first meeting next Wednesday, September 5th in Room 289. We will discuss our meeting and tournament schedules for this year, as well as the vacant officer positions. As always, bring your own consoles and controllers. We hope to see you there!
  • The Spanish Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 5th after school in room 230.  If you are a current Spanish student or a Spanish speaker, we are excited to welcome you into the Spanish Club!
  • The first INTERalliance meeting is Thursday, September 6th, in room 200 at 2:50pm.  Hope to see you all there!
  • Bonjour!  The first French Club meeting will take place on Thursday, September 6th in Room 227 at the Main Campus. We will meet from 2:45-3:45, and you will hear about all the fun things we have planned for this year. All current or former French students are welcome to join us, hope to see you there!
  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will begin on Monday, September 10th from 3:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. in room 110.  Come join us for a time of bible study, fellowship and snacks.  No Club Card Needed.
  • If you’re interested in being a Relay For Life chair to help coordinate 2019’s event, we are doing interviews for positions the first week of September.  Please visit our twitter account @lehsrelay4life for more information or contact Emme Harper or Brook Miller with any questions.
  • If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashier’s office to pick the card up.
  • Would you like to hang out with friends, travel to new and exciting places, and experience the feeling of performing in front of thousands of energetic fans at Lucas Oil Stadium? If you answered yes to any part of that question then the Marching Band needs your help this season!  We have 40 Crew performance spots available in our 2018 Show “Line, Shape & Color”.  No marching band experience necessary and you don’t even need to play an instrument!  We have 25 giant pieces of art that move, change and interact with the performers during each performance.  The Crew makes all that happen!  Please see Mr. Tanis or Mr. Engel for more information!


August 30, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th.
  • The Junior State of America will be meeting on a Thursday this week instead of our usual Friday. The topic up for discussion is the legalization of Physical Assisted Suicide in the United States. Pizza will be provided!! Hope to see you all there, after school today in room 206.
  • The first Student Government meeting will be held Monday, September 10 at 2:50 in room 210. See Mrs. Bruce if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome! We will begin by planning our Homecoming Spirit Week!
  • The eSports Club will have our first meeting next Wednesday, September 5th in Room 289. We will discuss our meeting and tournament schedules for this year, as well as the vacant officer positions. As always, bring your own consoles and controllers. We hope to see you there!
  • The Spanish Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 5th after school in room 230.  If you are a current Spanish student or a Spanish speaker, we are excited to welcome you into the Spanish Club!
  • Bonjour!  The first French Club meeting will take place on Thursday, September 6th in Room 227 at the Main Campus. We will meet from 2:45-3:45, and you will hear about all the fun things we have planned for this year. All current or former French students are welcome to join us, hope to see you there!
  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will begin on Monday, September 10th from 3:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. in room 110.  Come join us for a time of bible study, fellowship and snacks.  No Club Card Needed.
  • If you’re interested in being a Relay For Life chair to help coordinate 2019’s event, we are doing interviews for positions the first week of September.  Please visit our twitter account @lehsrelay4life for more information or contact Emme Harper or Brook Miller with any questions.
  • The cafeteria will be serving organic lettuce and tomatoes from our campus today at lunch time.
  • If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashier’s office to pick the card up.
  • Would you like to hang out with friends, travel to new and exciting places, and experience the feeling of performing in front of thousands of energetic fans at Lucas Oil Stadium? If you answered yes to any part of that question then the Marching Band needs your help this season!  We have 40 Crew performance spots available in our 2018 Show “Line, Shape & Color”.  No marching band experience necessary and you don’t even need to play an instrument!  We have 25 giant pieces of art that move, change and interact with the performers during each performance.  The Crew makes all that happen!  Please see Mr. Tanis or Mr. Engel for more information!

August 29, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th.

 

  • POACA, the People of All Cultures Alliance will be exploring many different cultures throughout the year. The first POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday, August 29th, in Mr. Bright's room, 266. We will be exploring the culture of chocolate! Food and snacks will provided. NO CLUB CARD IS NEEDED.

  • The first art club meeting of the school year will be held on Wednesday August 29th in room 281 at the main campus from 2:45 to 4!

  • The eSports Club will have our first meeting next Wednesday, September 5th in Room 289. We will discuss our meeting and tournament schedules for this year, as well as the vacant officer positions. As always, bring your own consoles and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • The Junior State of America will be meeting on a Thursday this week instead of Friday. The topic up for discussion is the legalization of Physical Assisted Suicide in the United States. Pizza will be provided!! Hope to see you all there, after school Thursday in room 206.

  • The Spanish Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 5th after school in room 230.  If you are a current Spanish student or a Spanish speaker, we are excited to welcome you into the Spanish Club!

  • Would you like to hang out with friends, travel to new and exciting places, and experience the feeling of performing in front of thousands of energetic fans at Lucas Oil Stadium? If you answered yes to any part of that question then the Marching Band needs your help this season!  We have 40 Crew performance spots available in our 2018 Show “Line, Shape & Color”.  No marching band experience necessary and you don’t even need to play an instrument!  We have 25 giant pieces of art that move, change and interact with the performers during each performance.  The Crew makes all that happen!  Please see Mr. Tanis or Mr. Engel for more information!

  • The cafeteria will be serving organic lettuce and tomatoes from our campus today and Thursday at lunch time.

  • If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashiers office to pick the card up.

  • Cross Country athletes are to go to Voice of America today instead of Fort Liberty

August 28, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th.
  • POACA, the People of All Cultures Alliance will be exploring many different cultures throughout the year. The first POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday, August 29th, in Mr Bright's room, 266. We will be exploring the culture of chocolate! Food and snacks will provided. NO CLUB CARD IS NEEDED.

  • The first art club meeting of the school year will be held on Wednesday August 29th in room 281 at the main campus from 2:45 to 4!

  • The eSports Club will have our first meeting next Wednesday, September 5th in Room 289. We will discuss our meeting and tournament schedules for this year, as well as the vacant officer positions. As always, bring your own consoles and controllers. We hope to see you there!

  • Come join the Highschoolers Healing Habitat Club in room 121 today after school.  We will discuss the topic: Adopt, Don’t Shop.  Mrs. Deak’s homemade cookies will be provided. 

  • Would you like to hang out with friends, travel to new and exciting places, and experience the feeling of performing in front of thousands of energetic fans at Lucas Oil Stadium? If you answered yes to any part of that question then the Marching Band needs your help this season!  We have 40 Crew performance spots available in our 2018 Show “Line, Shape & Color”.  No marching band experience necessary and you don’t even need to play an instrument!  We have 25 giant pieces of art that move, change and interact with the performers during each performance.  The Crew makes all that happen!  Please see Mr. Tanis or Mr. Engel for more information!

  • Our first Veterans Network Club meeting is TODAY after school in room 107.  Come join us to help support our local veterans.If you have a purple club voucher please come to the cashiers office to pick the card up.

  • The Spanish Club will hold its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 5th after school in room 230.  If you are a current Spanish student or a Spanish speaker, we are excited to welcome you into the Spanish Club.

     

August 27, 2018

  • PSAT registration forms are now available in the counseling office. The PSAT will be held at Lakota East on October 13th. Forms are due to the Counseling Office by September 6th.
  • POACA, the People of All Cultures Alliance will be exploring many different cultures throughout the year. The first POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday, August 29th, in Mr Bright's room, 266. We will be exploring the culture of chocolate! Food and snacks will provided. NO CLUB CARD IS NEEDED.
  • The first art club meeting of the school year will be held on Wednesday August 29th in room 281 at the main campus from 2:45 to 4!
  • Yearbook club will be having its first meeting of the school year on Monday August 27th right after school in room 286.
  • The first Latin Club meeting is Monday, August 27 at 2:45 in the Main Campus café. All current and former Latin students are invited to come for food, friends, and fun!

August 24, 2018

  • POACA, the People of All Cultures Alliance: Throughout the year, POACA will explore many different cultures. The first POACA meeting will be afterschool next Wednesday, August 29th, in Mr. Bright's room, 266. We will be exploring the culture of chocolate! Food and snacks will provided. NO CLUB CARD IS NEEDED.
  • The first art club meeting of the school year will be held on Wednesday August 29th in room 281 at the main campus from 2:45 to 4!

  • The Junior State of America will be having their first meeting of the year this Friday. All are welcome, after school in Room 200. The meeting topic is "Will Trump be re-elected?" Come to room 200 after school Friday to watch or participate.

  • Yearbook club will be having its first meeting of the school year on Monday August 27th right after school in room 286.

  • The first Latin Club meeting is Monday, August 27 at 2:45 in the Main Campus café. All current and former Latin students are invited to come for food, friends, and fun!

August 23, 2018

  • Attention all returning baseball players.  Please see Coach Mason in room 262 sometime today.
  • The Junior State of America will be having their first meeting of the year this Friday. All are welcome, after school in Room 200. The meeting topic is "Will Trump be re-elected?" Come to room 200 after school Friday to watch or participate.

  • Yearbook club will be having its first meeting of the school year on Monday August 27th right after school in room 286.

  • The first Latin Club meeting is Monday, August 27 at 2:45 in the Main Campus café. All current and former Latin students are invited to come for food, friends, and fun!


August 20,
2018

  • Yearbook club will be having its first meeting of the school year on Monday August 27th right after school in room 286.

  • The first Latin Club meeting is Monday, August 27 at 2:45 in the Main Campus café. All current and former Latin students are invited to come for food, friends, and fun!

  • The first meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, August 22, after school in the Main Campus Auditorium from 3:00-4:00.  We will discuss opportunities within the club and auditions for the fall musical, James and the Giant Peach.  See you there!