Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

March 15, 2019


  • Thank you to everyone who has donated to pennies for patients. Our campaign runs until April 5, so keep collecting that change! We finally met our first goal and that means the release of our first teacher dare! Please visit @eastgov on Twitter to see Mrs. Joseph complete her speak out challenge! A fourth bell olive garden lunch competition will begin after spring break! More details to come.


  • If you had your picture taken for the In Your Skin Project they are now available online.  Go to www.imprintsphotography.org and click on proofing.  You will enter password IYS2019 and you can download your images.  Thank you to all that participated!

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY in room 206. We will be debating on the subject of police brutality in America. Anyone is free to come watch or participate. So come to room 206 after school Friday for discussion and debate!

  • The Spanish Club will meet in room 237 after school on Tuesday, March 26th, the second day back from spring break.  We will be having a taco party and scavenger hunt.  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring an ingredient for the taco party.

  • Attention Female athletes! Mark your calendars for March 27th during Extra Help, as the Athletic Department will host a Women in Sport leadership panel. The panel speakers include Ms. Drew and other prominent female leaders in Cincinnati sports. All are highly encouraged to attend. Again, it’s March 27th during extra help in the gym. See you there!

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 14, 2019


  • If you had your picture taken for the In Your Skin Project they are now available online.  Go to www.imprintsphotography.org and click on proofing.  You will enter password IYS2019 and you can download your images.  Thank you to all that participated!

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • The Spanish Club will meet in room 237 after school on Tuesday, March 26th, the second day back from spring break.  We will be having a taco party and scavenger hunt.  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring an ingredient for the taco party.

  • Attention Female athletes! Mark your calendars for March 27th during Extra Help, as the Athletic Department will host a Women in Sport leadership panel. The panel speakers include Ms. Drew and other prominent female leaders in Cincinnati sports. All are highly encouraged to attend. Again, it’s March 27th during extra help in the gym. See you there!

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 13, 2019

  • Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 


  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • Art Club will be having its annual paint along with Bob Ross on ceramic mugs TODAY room 281 at the main campus from 2:45-4.  Don’t miss this super fun day!

  • Attention Female athletes! Mark your calendars for March 27th during Extra Help, as the Athletic Department will host a Women in Sport leadership panel. The panel speakers include Ms. Drew and other prominent female leaders in Cincinnati sports. All are highly encouraged to attend. Again, it’s March 27th during extra help in the gym. See you there!

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 11, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Emma Honchul nominated by Susanne Linder for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Brianna Smith nominated by Michael Floyd for Making a Difference
    12th grade – Abby Hauck nominated by Bobbi Hume for Making a Difference


  • Congratulations to our Singing Thunderhawk Choir on their outstanding performance at OMEA District 13 at Eaton High School.  You made beautiful music on stage this weekend.  Way to go Hawks!

  • Join us today in room 110 for the Teens for Christ Bible Study.  We will meet from 3:00-3:30.  We hope to see you there. 

  • Hey Lakota Students! Join Lakota East RedLife every Monday, after school, room 246 for FOOD, GAMES, and a short BIBLE STUDY! This is a great opportunity to bond with friends and learn a little along the way!

  • Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • Art Club will be having it’s annual paint along with Bob Ross on ceramic mugs this Wednesday March 13th in room 281 at the main campus from 2:45-4.  Don’t miss this super fun day!

  • Attention Female athletes! Mark your calendars for March 27th during Extra Help, as the Athletic Department will host a Women in Sport leadership panel. The panel speakers include Ms. Drew and other prominent female leaders in Cincinnati sports. All are highly encouraged to attend. Again, it’s March 27th during extra help in the gym. See you there!

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 8, 2019

  • Staff and Students the Athletic Department needs your help - Please come out and Support the Boys Basketball Team this Saturday. East will play Fairmont in District Final action at The University of Dayton at 7:00 pm. The winner moves onto the Sweet 16! Tickets are on sale in the Athletic Department Thursday and Friday from 8:00 to 3:30. Thank you and GO Hawks!


  • Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 

  • AP Exams Registration for students currently enrolled in an AP Course ends TODAY!
    If you plan to take an AP exam in May, you must Register and pay by Friday, March 8th. 
    Students can Register and Pay for AP exams through EZ pay online .
    Each AP Exam is $94.00.
    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bryant in the Counseling Office.

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • Attention Female athletes! Mark your calendars for March 27th during Extra Help, as the Athletic Department will host a Women in Sport leadership panel. The panel speakers include Ms. Drew and other prominent female leaders in Cincinnati sports. All are highly encouraged to attend. Again, it’s March 27th during extra help in the gym. See you there!

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 7, 2019

  • Staff and Students interested in being photographed for the In Your Skin Project, please proceed to the aux gym now.


  • Staff and Students the Athletic Department needs your help - Please come out and Support the Boys Basketball Team this Saturday. East will play Fairmont in District Final action at The University of Dayton at 7:00 pm. The winner moves onto the Sweet 16! Tickets are on sale in the Athletic Department Thursday and Friday from 8:00 to 3:30. Thank you and GO Hawks!

  • Students please stop by the tables on the outside of the gym TODAY and tomorrow during XH.  We have a lot of unclaimed items in our lost and found that could be yours!Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 

  • AP Exams Registration for students currently enrolled in an AP Course ends this Friday, March 8th!
    I
    f you plan to take an AP exam in May, you must Register and pay by Friday, March 8th.
    Students can Register and Pay for AP exams through EZ pay online .
    Each AP Exam is $94.00.
    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bryant in the Counseling Office.

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office

March 6, 2019


  • Students attending the West Chester Hospital Speaker Series, please report to room 200 at this time.


  • Students please stop by the tables on the outside of the gym TODAY and tomorrow during XH.  We have a lot of unclaimed items in our lost and found that could be yours!

  • Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 

  • AP Exams Registration for students currently enrolled in an AP Course ends this Friday, March 8th!
    If you plan to take an AP exam in May, you must Register and pay by Friday, March 8th.
    Students can Register and Pay for AP exams through EZ pay online .
    Each AP Exam is $94.00.
    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bryant in the Counseling Office.

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone.

  • Seniors are you interested in participating in the Parade of Graduates? If so, please make sure you complete the online survey and turn in a permission slip. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Inzero in the Counseling Office.

  • Join the eSports Club in the Innovation Hub at Main Campus afterschool TODAY for our 3rd Quarter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate tournament. Sign-Up at the start of the meeting, matches start promptly at 3pm! Bring your own games, consoles and/or controllers and we’ll see you there!

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 5, 2019

  • Our Pennies for Patients campaign has begun in support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!  Please visit @eastgov to watch all of the teacher dares!  The more you donate, the more teacher dares you will see!  Also, visit our table at lunch or see the flyers around school to get more information to donate online! 


  • AP Exams Registration for students currently enrolled in an AP Course ends this Friday, March 8th!
    If you plan to take an AP exam in May, you must Register and pay by Friday, March 8th.
    Students can Register and Pay for AP exams through EZ pay online .
    Each AP Exam is $94.00.
    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bryant in the Counseling Office.

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone. 

  • Graduation announcements will be available for pick up at East during all lunches TODAY and check with the representatives at the table if you are unsure if you should receive these.Many Voices One World will be meeting in room 126 after school TODAY to talk about access to clean water around the world. No club card is required.

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 4, 2019

  • What a weekend for Lakota East Thunderhawks  - 
    Congratulations to Max Boaz, Alex Epstein and Jackson Leahy for placing 6th in the SW District. In addition, congratulations to Christian Chavez for placing 5th in the district.

    Congratulations to Tiyanna Woodruff for a tremendous State Tournament this past weekend.

    Congratulations to the Boys Basketball Team on winning a Sectional Title – Your Hawks move onto the District Final on Saturday at 7:00 pm at The University of Dayton. Additional information on tickets, spirit buses and promos will be released later in the week.And last, but certainly not least. 

    Congratulations to the Indoor Track and field teams who competed in the Ohio State Championships.|
    Congratulations to Kaylyn Heath for winning the 60m dash and finishing 2nd in the 200m dash
    Congratulations to Serena Clark for winning the 200 m dash and placing the 2nd in the 60m
    Congratulations to Dani Stoughton who placed 3rd in the 400m dash
    These individual performances and several high placements by our relays earned the girls track and field team enough points to be crowned Team State Champions! Congratulations to student athletes and coaches.


  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Mia Brillhart nominated by Keri Myers for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Aaron Porter nominated by Judy Miller for Getting Your Mind Right
    12th grade – Owen Nolt nominated by Erin Schneider for Making a Difference

  • AP Exams Registration for students currently enrolled in an AP Course ends this Friday, March 8th!
    If you plan to take an AP exam in May, you must Register and pay by Friday, March 8th.
    Students can Register and Pay for AP exams through EZ pay online .
    Each AP Exam is $94.00.
    If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Bryant in the Counseling Office.

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone. 

  • Graduation announcements will be available for pick up at East during all lunches today and Tuesday if you ordered them through Graduate Services. Please check with the representatives at the table if you are unsure if you should receive these.

  • Hey Lakota Students! My name is Bree Wilson and my brother Joe and I created a new club called Red Life. Join us TODAY every Monday, after school, in room 246 for GAMES, FOOD, and a short BIBLE STUDY! This is a great opportunity to bond with friends and learn a little along the way! Our first meeting is this TODAY. See you all there!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be TODAY in Room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.The Teens for Christ Bible Study will be held in room 110 from 3-3:30 TODAY.  Hope to see you there!

  • Many Voices One World will be meeting in room 126 after school on Tuesday, March 5th to talk about access to clean water around the world. No club card is required.

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

March 1, 2019

  • JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES: Please remember to turn in your signed Verification Sheets to the Counseling office by this Thursday, February 28th! This is the only way to verify that you will be put into the course requests that you chose for next school year.

 

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!

  • A friendly reminder to students….food delivery is not permitted at Lakota East.  If you have food delivered it will be turned away.

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone. 

  • Come support Mu Alpha Theta at Mod Pizza TONIGHT from 12-8! Just mention Mu and we get 20% of proceeds.

  • JSA will be meeting TODAY and the topic of the week is the Green New Deal. If you care about the planet or if you don't care about the planet, stop by after school in room 206 for discussion and debate. We will also be passing out registration packets for Spring State this Friday so make sure to pick one up!

  • Hey Lakota Students! My name is Bree Wilson and my brother Joe and I created a new club called Red Life. Join us every Monday, after school, in room 246 for GAMES, FOOD, and a short BIBLE STUDY! This is a great opportunity to bond with friends and learn a little along the way! Our first meeting is this Monday, March 4th. See you all there!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Monday, March 4th in Room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.

  • Many Voices One World will be meeting in room 126 after school on Tuesday, March 5th to talk about access to clean water around the world. No club card is required.

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there! 

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 28, 2019

  • JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES: Please remember to turn in your signed Verification Sheets to the Counseling office by this Thursday, February 28th! This is the only way to verify that you will be put into the course requests that you chose for next school year.

 

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!

  • A friendly reminder to students….food delivery is not permitted at Lakota East.  If you have food delivered it will be turned away.

  • Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone. 

  • SOAR activity/meeting today in the cafeteria during XH at 10:00.  See you there.

  • JSA will be meeting this Friday, the topic of the week is the Green New Deal. If you care about the planet or if you don't care about the planet, stop by after school in room 206 for discussion and debate. We will also be passing out registration packets for Spring State this Friday so make sure to pick one up!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Monday, March 4th in Room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.

  • Bonjour!  The French Club will be will be having a meeting on Thursday, March 7th to celebrate Mardi Gras. All current and former French students are welcome to attend. Please come to room 227 (Main Campus) to have fun and food! Hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors -Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 27, 2019

  • JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES: Please remember to turn in your signed Verification Sheets to the Counseling office by this Thursday, February 28th! This is the only way to verify that you will be put into the course requests that you chose for next school year.

 

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!Kiss Me I’m a Hawk shirts are on sale now for $10!  Please see Mrs. Myers in the Front Office to get yours before they are gone. 

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool TODAY in room 266. We will be discussing black history month and its significance in the present day US. Everyone is welcome, no club card is needed and snacks will be provided.

  • The eSports Club meeting will be TODAY and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • SOAR will meet in the Cafeteria on this Thursday at 10:00 am. We will be doing a craft and discussing future plans.  See you there!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Monday, March 4th in Room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS: Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 26, 2019

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!!

 

  • The Spanish Club will meet after school TODAY in room 230 for a fun art project and to eat candy.  Each member is asked to bring one bag of your favorite candy to share.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 266. We will be discussing black history month and its significance in the present day US. Everyone is welcome, no club card is needed and snacks will be provided.

  • The eSports Club meeting will be Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • SOAR will meet in the Cafeteria on this Thursday at 10:00 am. We will be doing a craft and discussing future plans.  See you there!The next ASL Club meeting will be Monday, March 4th in Room 225 from 2:45-3:30.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 25, 2019

  • Good Morning Lakota East – What a week for Lakota East Athletics! 
    Congratulations to all of the bowlers and wrestlers who have punched their tickets to District Championship competition this week! 
    A huge shout out to Tiyanna Woodruff who qualified for OHSAA Gymnastics State Championships this weekend in Columbus! 
    Another shout out our to all of Swimmers and Divers who competed in Canton this past weekend, all of you represented theEAStway with multiple place winners……….wait for it……………………
    CONGRATULATIONS to Lakota East Junior Jacob McDonald on winning a State Championship this weekend in the 500 yd. freestyle! Congratulations Jacob – we are all very proud of this accomplishment. Additional information on sendoff’s and state championship celebrations will be provided later this week!

 

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Luke Schambow nominated by Lisa Landers for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Eli Tivin nominated by Michelle Wilkerson for Making a Difference
    12th grade – Hope Bowling nominated by Bobbi Hume for Adjust & Adapt

  • Are you interested in competing for a GMC championship? Come out and join the Lakota East Men's volleyball team as we look to capture our program's 8th GMC title! Open gyms continue this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9PM at the main campus. Tryouts take place on Monday, March 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at the main campus. NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY!!!

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will be meeting TODAY in room 110 from 3-3:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • Latin Club’s Ludi Lupercalia will be held in the Innovation Hub TODAY at 2:45. Games of all sorts will be played and snacks will be provided. See you there!

  • Student government will meet TODAY in room 210 from 2:45-3:30. This meeting is very important for planning Pennies for Patients- please plan to attend!

  • Please support our East Cheer Program and have dinner at Chipotle TONIGHT between 4:00 – 8:00. Bring in the flyer and 33% of the proceeds go towards the cheer program.

  • The Spanish Club will meet after school on Tuesday, February 26th in room 230 for a fun art project and to eat candy.  Each member is asked to bring one bag of your favorite candy to share.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 266. We will be discussing black history month and its significance in the present day US. Everyone is welcome, no club card is needed and snacks will be provided.

  • The eSports Club meeting will be Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 22, 2019

  • JSA will be meeting after school today in room 206. The topic of the week is Abolishing ICE. Stop by room 206 for discussion and debate!!

 

  • Latin Club’s Ludi Lupercalia will be held in the Innovation Hub on Monday, February 25th at 2:45. Games of all sorts will be played and snacks will be provided. See you there!

  • Student government will meet on Monday, February 25 in room 210 from 2:45-3:30. This meeting is very important for planning Pennies for Patients- please plan to attend!

  • Please support our East Cheer Program and have dinner at Chipotle on Monday, Feb. 25 between 4:00 – 8:00.  Bring in the flyer and 33% of the proceeds go towards the cheer program.

  • The Spanish Club will meet after school on Tuesday, February 26th in room 230 for a fun art project and to eat candy.  Each member is asked to bring one bag of your favorite candy to share.

  • The next POACA meeting will be after school this Wednesday in room 266. We will be discussing black history month and its significance in the present day US. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed.

  • The eSports Club meeting will be Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 21, 2019

  • The Lakota East Football Program is having a Fundraiser at City Barbeque! Please join us TONIGHT from 10:30am -10:00pm at the West Chester location.  Mention Lakota East Football and we will receive 25% back!

 

  • Latin Club’s Ludi Lupercalia will be held in the Innovation Hub on Monday, February 25th at 2:45. Games of all sorts will be played and snacks will be provided. See you there!

  • Student government will meet on Monday, February 25 in room 210 from 2:45-3:30. This meeting is very important for planning Pennies for Patients- please plan to attend!

  • Please support our East Cheer Program and have dinner at Chipotle on Monday, Feb. 25 between 4:00 – 8:00. Bring in the flyer and 33% of the proceeds go towards the cheer program.

  • The Spanish Club will meet after school on Tuesday, February 26th in room 230 for a fun art project and to eat candy.  Each member is asked to bring one bag of your favorite candy to share.

  • The eSports Club meeting will be Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 19, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Alli Richardson nominated by Mindy Robertson for Getting Your Mind Right
    11th grade – Nicolas Branson nominated by Mindy Robertson for Stepping Up
    12th grade – Lily Rupp nominated by Liz Gosky for Making a Difference

 

  • Congratulations to the Lakota East swimmers and divers on a great performance at the District meet.  The boys finished 8th while the girls placed 9thCongratulations to our State qualifiers: Hannah Cech , Lindsey Jones, Lizzie Jantausch, Tara Witkowski,  Alex Devine,  Evan Devine,  Joey Kelley ,   Jacob McDonald

  • Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling Team who placed third in the GMC Tournament this past weekend……………..this finish is a significant improvement over last years placement. A very special congratulations goes out to this years place winners…..4th Place – Max Boze3rd Place – Tavier Lugo-Flowers3rd Place – Jackson Leahy2nd Place – Brayden Theis2nd Place – Christian ChavezGMC Champion – Alex EpsteinGMC Champion – Aaron SharpGreat job wrestlers and coaches! Good luck as you start your post season this weekend!

  • The eSports Club meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until next Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • Woodland Elementary is currently looking for High School Mentors to assist the coaches and exemplify the Girls on the Run mission and attitude for their Girls on the Run program.  Mentors will be expected to attend one session on Tuesday or Thursday for a 10 week period.  Mentors will also need to attend the final 5K at Paul Brown Stadium on May 11.  For more information contact Noelle D’Arcy-Wilson at Noelle.darcywilson@lakotaonline.com

  • Attention juniors and seniors -Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Any senior who has not nominated people for senior superlatives please stop by room 104 to fill out a nomination form by Thursday February 14th.

  • Anybody hungry to bring a GMC championship to Lakota East? We've got 7 and we're counting on you to help bring us #8! Come out and join the Lakota East Men's Volleyball team as we begin training for another GMC title! Open gyms this week are Tuesday night 4-6 and Friday night 5-7, both at the East Freshman Campus. No prior experience is necessary

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 14, 2019

 

  • Congratulations to Senior Diver Lindsey Jones for placing 3rd in the Southwest District! This placement has qualified Lindsey for the OHSAA State Championships in Canton next week. Congratulations Lindsey!

 

  • The eSports Club meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday the 20th has been postponed until Wednesday, February 27th and will be held in the Innovation Hub. Remember to follow us on Twitter for news and updates. No Club Card is required, and as always; bring your own consoles, games & controllers… we hope to see you there!

  • Woodland Elementary is currently looking for High School Mentors to assist the coaches and exemplify the Girls on the Run mission and attitude for their Girls on the Run program.  Mentors will be expected to attend one session on Tuesday or Thursday for a 10 week period.  Mentors will also need to attend the final 5K at Paul Brown Stadium on May 11.  For more information contact Noelle D’Arcy-Wilson at Noelle.darcywilson@lakotaonline.com

  • Attention juniors and seniorsPlease start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Any senior who has not nominated people for senior superlatives please stop by room 104 to fill out a nomination form by Thursday February 14th

  • Anybody hungry to bring a GMC championship to Lakota East? We've got 7 and we're counting on you to help bring us #8! Come out and join the Lakota East Men's Volleyball team as we begin training for another GMC title! Open gyms this week are Tuesday night 4-6 and Friday night 5-7, both at the East Freshman Campus. No prior experience is necessary.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day. 

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 13, 2019

  • Congratulations to the Boys Basketball Team who clinched the 2018-19 GMC Championship last night with their win vs. Hamilton. Congratulations to players, coaches and managers!

 

  • Attention all Boys Tennis players. Please stop by the athletic office and pick up tryout information. 

  • Woodland Elementary is currently looking for High School Mentors to assist the coaches and exemplify the Girls on the Run mission and attitude for their Girls on the Run program.  Mentors will be expected to attend one session on Tuesday or Thursday for a 10 week period.  Mentors will also need to attend the final 5K at Paul Brown Stadium on May 11.  For more information contact Noelle D’Arcy-Wilson at Noelle.darcywilson@lakotaonline.com

  • Attention juniors and seniors -Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Any senior who has not nominated people for senior superlatives please stop by room 104 to fill out a nomination form by Thursday February 14th.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool TODAY in room 200. We will be celebrating black history month. Everyone is welcome, no club card is needed, and we will have pizza!

  • Anybody hungry to bring a GMC championship to Lakota East? We've got 7 and we're counting on you to help bring us #8! Come out and join the Lakota East Men's Volleyball team as we begin training for another GMC title! Open gyms this week are Tuesday night 4-6 and Friday night 5-7, both at the East Freshman Campus. No prior experience is necessary.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Class of 2019 Graduation Announcements will be available for pick up during lunches on March 4th and 5th for any Senior that ordered them from Graduate Services.  Please check prior to that time to see if you should receive these or any additional items.  Orders will need to be paid at that time if a balance remains.  Caps & gowns will be delivered April 25th.

  • SENIORS:  Please bring in copies of any scholarship you are offered, even if you do not plan to accept the award or attend the awarding college. The copies MUST CONTAIN your full name, the name and dollar amount of the award, and whether the scholarship is renewable or a one-time award.  In order for this information to be included in the Graduation and Awards programs, please bring in copies of your offer letters to the Counseling Office secretaries no later than Thursday April 18th. (sending emails is discouraged)  Please note that individual dollar amounts are not published; East simply uses them for an overall scholarship amount for the Class of 2019.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 11, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Emad Qaqish nominated by Lisa Landers for Adjust & Adapt
    11th grade – Lauren Rader nominated by Amanda DiVito for Making a Difference
    12th grade – Christian Russo nominated by Bobbi Hume for Making a Difference

 

  • Attention all Boys Tennis players. Please stop by the athletic office and pick up tryout information. 

  • Attention juniors and seniors - Please start following our Prom 2019 twitter page @LEHSPROM19 And list your song requests.

  • Any senior who has not nominated people for senior superlatives please stop by room 104 to fill out a nomination form by Thursday February 14th.

  • Are you looking for a fun new sport to play this spring? Join the Lakota Ultimate Frisbee Club! All ages, genders, and skill levels are welcome. For additional information and the practice schedule please contact our twitter @Lakota_ Ultimate  We hope to see you this season.

  • The ASL club will be meeting Tuesday, February 12th in room 225 from 2:45-3:30 in room 225.  We will be celebrating Valentines Day by making Valentines.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed.

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men’s Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 7, 2019

  • Relay for Life will be meeting today after school in room 200.  A team captain meeting will follow immediately after.  All team Captains must be there to receive your team folders. Keep registering online!

 

  • The registration deadline for TechOlympics has been extended until February 8th. Differentiate yourself by attending TechOlympics 2019. TechOlympics is a 3-day conference at the Millennium Hotel from February 22-24. TechOlympics is sponsored by Cincinnati’s top companies, including Kroger, GE, P&G, and more! Learn about technology and professionalism from regional experts who can help you get your dream job. You can sign up online now at techolympics.org. Contact Mr. McKain with any questions. 

  • Lakota East Women’s Soccer will hold a Parent /Player on Sunday, February 10, 2019 starting at 6 PM.  The meeting will be held in Room 200.  Any player interested in trying out will need to attend the meeting with at least one parent (or guardian).

  • Are you looking for a fun new sport to play this spring? Join the Lakota Ultimate Frisbee Club! All ages, genders, and skill levels are welcome. For additional information and the practice schedule please contact our twitter @Lakota_ Ultimate  We hope to see you this season.

  • The ASL club will be meeting Tuesday, February 12th in room 225 from 2:45-3:30 in room 225.  We will be celebrating Valentines Day by making Valentines.  Snacks will be provided and no club card is needed. 

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Men's Soccer Season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  Today and Tomorrow are the last days to purchase tickets today are still $15 and they are $20 tomorrow.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 6, 2019

  • The Committee for New Students is looking for sophomores to join their club for next year.  This committee helps new students transition into Lakota East, applications are due TODAY  to the Administrators office.  There are extra copies available in the Administrators office as well.

 

  • There will be a brief information meeting TODAY for anyone interested in trying out for the track and field team. The meeting will take place immediately after school on Wednesday in the main campus cafeteria.

  • Please join the eSports Club TODAY in the Innovation Hub for a very special meeting. We will be joined by the new eSports Head Coach from Mount St. Joseph to discuss the growing landscape of Collegiate eSports, including varsity programs and scholarships. All interested are welcome.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool TODAY in room 268. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • There will be a brief current junior player football meeting in the main office TODAY after school.

  • The registration deadline for TechOlympics has been extended until February 8th. Differentiate yourself by attending TechOlympics 2019. TechOlympics is a 3-day conference at the Millennium Hotel from February 22-24. TechOlympics is sponsored by Cincinnati’s top companies, including Kroger, GE, P&G, and more! Learn about technology and professionalism from regional experts who can help you get your dream job. You can sign up online now at techolympics.org. Contact Mr. McKain with any questions.

  • Lakota East Women’s Soccer will hold a Parent /Player on Sunday, February 10, 2019 starting at 6 PM.  The meeting will be held in Room 200.  Any player interested in trying out will need to attend the meeting with at least one parent (or guardian).

  • There will be Parent/Player meeting for the 2019 Boys Soccer season scheduled for Tuesday, February 26th at 5:00pm in room 200 at Lakota East Main Campus. All Boys wanting to try out for the 2019 season are encouraged to attend with a parent. Information regarding summer trainings, open fields, and tryout dates will be discussed.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  Today is the last day for $15 tickets.  Tomorrow the price will be $20.00

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 5, 2019

  • The Committee for New Students is looking for sophomores to join their club for next year.  This committee helps new students transition into Lakota East, applications are due Wednesday February 6 to the Administrators office.  There are extra copies available in the Administrators office as well.

 

  • There will be a brief information meeting on Wednesday for anyone interested in trying out for the track and field team. The meeting will take place immediately after school on Wednesday in the main campus cafeteria.

  • Please join the eSports Club this Wednesday afternoon in the Innovation Hub for a very special meeting. We will be joined by the new eSports Head Coach from Mount St. Joseph to discuss the growing landscape of Collegiate eSports, including varsity programs and scholarships. All interested are welcome.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday in room 268. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The registration deadline for TechOlympics has been extended until February 8th. Differentiate yourself by attending TechOlympics 2019. TechOlympics is a 3-day conference at the Millennium Hotel from February 22-24. TechOlympics is sponsored by Cincinnati’s top companies, including Kroger, GE, P&G, and more! Learn about technology and professionalism from regional experts who can help you get your dream job. You can sign up online now at techolympics.org. Contact Mr. McKain with any questions.

  • Proctor and Gamble awards 2 scholarships ($200 each) for students planning to pursue a career in math and/or science.  Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.  Pick up an application in the Guidance Office from Mrs. Nelson.  Applications are due Friday, March 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm. An interview will be scheduled for all finalists on Wednesday March 13, 2019 during the school day.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

February 4, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th Grade – Christian Williams nominated my Mindy Robertson for Stepping it Up
    11th Grade – Maria Kuhr nominated by Nikki Drew for Stepping it Up
    12th Grade – Grace Phair nominated by Keri Myers for Making a Difference

 

  • Sophomores and Juniors: Your 1st bell teachers should be handing you a copy of your transcript today. Please review it with your family.As a reminder, you must select your classes for the 2019-2020 School Year in HAC by tomorrow night! Registration will end in HAC Tuesday, February 8th.

  • The Committee for New Students is looking for sophomores to join their club for next year.  This committee helps new students transition into Lakota East, applications are due Wednesday February 6 to the Administrators office.  There are extra copies available in the  Administrators office as well.

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will meet TODAY in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  Hope to see you there!

  • There will be a brief information meeting on Wednesday for anyone interested in trying out for the track and field team. The meeting will take place immediately after school on Wednesday in the main campus cafeteria.

  • Please join the eSports Club this Wednesday afternoon in the Innovation Hub for a very special meeting. We will be joined by the new eSports Head Coach from Mount St. Joseph to discuss the growing landscape of Collegiate eSports, including varsity programs and scholarships. All interested are welcome.

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool Wednesday in room 268. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

January 29, 2019

  • Attention all Senior Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level who have not completed this process – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet forMinimize the 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. The next signing day photo opportunity is schedule for Wednesday, February 6th at 7:30 am. This opportunity is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

 

  • Bonjour! The French Club will be having a meeting after school TODAY in room 227 at the main campus.  Hope to see you there!

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 266. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • This weekend only, Thunderhawk Theater presents Letters to Sala, a dramatic non-fiction piece set in World War II.  Come see the story of Sala’s legacy unfold on the East stage this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm.  Tickets are $10 and are available online or at the door the night of the show.

  • Differentiate yourself by attending TechOlympics 2019. TechOlympics is a 3-day conference at the Millennium Hotel from February 22-24. TechOlympics is sponsored by Cincinnati’s top companies, including Kroger, GE, P&G, and more! Learn about technology and professionalism from regional experts who can help you get your dream job. You can sign up online now at techolympics.org. The deadline to register and pay is February first and hurry because there are only so many spots left!! Contact Mr. McKain with any questions.  

  • Do you like coffee? Do you like cats? Join the Animal Club at the Kitty Brew Café at 6011 Tylersville Rd. after school this Wednesday, January 30th. We will meet in room 121 after school then carpool to the café.  Admission for those under 18 is $5.00, for 18 year old students it is $7.00 and for adults admission is $10.00.  Come out to support a great cause and bring your friends.  See you there!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 28, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week:
    10th grade – Shiloh Wolfork nominated by Lisa Landers for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Alex Vorobeychik nominated by Michelle Wilkerson for Getting Your Mind Right
    12th grade – Max Chandler nominated by Keri Myers for Making a Difference

 

  • Attention all Senior Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level who have not completed this process – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet for the 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. The next signing day photo opportunity is schedule for Wednesday, February 6th at 7:30 am. This opportunity is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

  • Latin Club is meeting TODAY at 2:45 in room 200. We will be making valentines for Meals on Wheels, playing certamen, and more! See you there!

  • Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship at the Teens For Christ Bible Study.  We will meet TODAY at from 3:00-3:30 in room 110 and snacks will be provided.

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

  • Bonjour! The French Club will be having a meeting after school on Tuesday, January 29 in room 227 at the main campus.  Hope to see you there!

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 266. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • Do you like coffee? Do you like cats? Join the Animal Club at the Kitty Brew Café at 6011 Tylersville Rd. after school this Wednesday, January 30th. We will meet in room 121 after school then carpool to the café.  Admission for those under 18 is $5.00, for 18 year old students it is $7.00 and for adults admission is $10.00.  Come out to support a great cause and bring your friends.  See you there!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st. https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 25, 2019

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY in room 206. The topic this week is the Transgender Military Ban. Stop by after school for discussion and debate!!

 

  • We have the WINNERS!  Thank you for checking your email last week.  To find out if you’ve won a prize…check your email.  All winners should find an email with the subject: Email Check Winner.  Instructions for claiming your prize will be in the email.  Happy emailing!!

  • Attention all Senior Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level who have not completed this process – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet for the 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. The next signing day photo opportunity is schedule for Wednesday, February 6th at 7:30 am.  This opportunity is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

  • Latin Club is meeting on Monday, January 28th at 2:45 in room 200. We will be making valentines for Meals on Wheels, playing certamen, and more! See you there!

  • Bonjour! The French Club will be having a meeting after school on Tuesday, January 29 in room 227 at the main campus.  Hope to see you there!

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 266. We will be exploring German culture. Snacks will be provided, everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • Do you like coffee? Do you like cats? Join the Animal Club at the Kitty Brew Café at 6011 Tylersville Rd. after school this Wednesday, January 30th. We will meet in room 121 after school then carpool to the café.  Admission for those under 18 is $5.00, for 18 year old students it is $7.00 and for adults admission is $10.00.  Come out to support a great cause and bring your friends.  See you there!

  • The Lakota East Jazz Program and the Lakota East Upbeat club will be hosting a Swing Dance in the East Café Saturday, January 26 from 7:30-10:00.  Entertainment is provided by the Jazz bands from Lakota East and swing dance instructors will be there to teach guests how to swing dance, so no prior experience is necessary.  30”s, 40”s and 50’s swing dance attire is encouraged.  This event is fun for all ages and all proceeds directly benefit the Lakota East Upbeat Club which supports the Lakota East band students and guard.  Ticket are $10 and can be purchased at the door or online by going to this link: http://lakotaeastbands.org/upbeat-club/swing-dance/

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 24, 2019

  • There will be a special preview of the upcoming show Letters to Sala in the auditorium TODAY during XH.  Letters to Sala is a deeply moving piece about a young girl surviving the work camps of the Holocaust. Today’s preview is open to any interested students.  We will begin at 10:00 and finish before the end of XH.

 

  • A huge shout out and congratulations goes out to the Boys and Girls Bowling Teams who swept Lakota West yesterday! Congratulations!

  • We will have a short SOAR meeting today in the cafeteria at 10:10.  See you then.

  • Show your support for The Dragonfly Foundation by purchasing Orange Out items. T-Shirts, bandanas, bracelets, and Dragonfly stickers for your laptop are being sold today through Friday at lunch.  You can also have the opportunity to nominate a staff member to Take A Pie For Dragonfly.  Stop by the Orange Out table for more information.

  • We have the WINNERS!  Thank you for checking your email last week.  To find out if you’ve won a prize…check your email.  All winners should find an email with the subject: Email Check Winner.  Instructions for claiming your prize will be in the email.  Happy emailing!!

  • Attention all Senior Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level who have not completed this process – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet for the 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. The next signing day photo opportunity is schedule for Wednesday, February 6th at 7:30 am. This opportunity is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

  • The Spanish Club will meet at the Main Campus on January 24th in room 237 after school. We will be discussing induction into the Spanish Honor Society and participating in the Meals on Wheels Valentine’s Day service project. There will be refreshments!  Hope to see you there!

  • Latin Club is meeting on Monday, January 28th at 2:45 in room 200. We will be making valentines for Meals on Wheels, playing certamen, and more! See you there!

  • Bonjour! The French Club will be having a meeting after school on Tuesday, January 29 in room 227 at the main campus.  Hope to see you there!

  • The Lakota East Jazz Program and the Lakota East Upbeat club will be hosting a Swing Dance in the East Café Saturday, January 26 from 7:30-10:00.  Entertainment is provided by the Jazz bands from Lakota East and swing dance instructors will be there to teach guests how to swing dance, so no prior experience is necessary.  30”s, 40”s and 50’s swing dance attire is encouraged.  This event is fun for all ages and all proceeds directly benefit the Lakota East Upbeat Club which supports the Lakota East band students and guard.  Ticket are $10 and can be purchased at the door or online by going to this link: http://lakotaeastbands.org/upbeat-club/swing-dance/

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 23, 2019

 

  • Show your support for The Dragonfly Foundation by purchasing Orange Out items. T-Shirts, bandanas, bracelets, and Dragonfly stickers for your laptop are being sold today through Friday at lunch.  You can also have the opportunity to nominate a staff member to Take A Pie For Dragonfly.  Stop by the Orange Out table for more information.

 

  • Attention all Senior Student Athletes that are planning on competing at the Collegiate Level who have not completed this process – Please stop by the Athletic Office to pick up the information packet for the 2019 signing day photos and signing day ceremony. The next signing day photo opportunity is schedule for Wednesday, February 6th at 7:30 am. This opportunity is for any student athlete that has earned a spot on a collegiate roster.

  • The Spanish Club will meet at the Main Campus on January 24th in room 237 after school. We will be discussing induction into the Spanish Honor Society and participating in the Meals on Wheels Valentine’s Day service project. There will be refreshments!  Hope to see you there!

  • Latin Club is meeting on Monday, January 28th at 2:45 in room 200. We will be making valentines for Meals on Wheels, playing certamen, and more! See you there!

  • The Lakota East Jazz Program and the Lakota East Upbeat club will be hosting a Swing Dance in the East Café January 26 from 7:30-10:00.  Entertainment is provided by the Jazz bands from Lakota East and swing dance instructors will be there to teach guests how to swing dance, so no prior experience is necessary.  30”s, 40”s and 50’s swing dance attire is encouraged.  This event is fun for all ages and all proceeds directly benefit the Lakota East Upbeat Club which supports the Lakota East band students and guard.  Ticket are $10 and can be purchased at the door or online by going to this link: http://lakotaeastbands.org/upbeat-club/swing-dance/

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 22, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Gabriella Timpe nominated by Lisa Landers for Getting Your Mind Right
    11th grade – Carissa Worrell nominated by Mindy Robertson for Stepping It up
    12th grade – Bea Amsalu nominated by Susanne Linder for Making a Difference

 

  • Orange Out shirts and other items will be sold at lunches tomorrow through Friday.  Shirts are $10 and all money goes directly to The Dragonfly Foundation, which helps support children with cancer and their families.  Plan to wear all of your Orange Out gear this Friday when the boys basketball team takes on Princeton.

  • The Spanish Club will meet at the Main Campus on January 24th in room 237 after school. We will be discussing induction into the Spanish Honor Society and participating in the Meals on Wheels Valentine’s Day service project. There will be refreshments!  Hope to see you there!

  • The Lakota East Jazz Program and the Lakota East Upbeat club will be hosting a Swing Dance in the East Café January 26 from 7:30-10:00.  Entertainment is provided by the Jazz bands from Lakota East and swing dance instructors will be there to teach guests how to swing dance, so no prior experience is necessary.  30”s, 40”s and 50’s swing dance attire is encouraged.  This event is fun for all ages and all proceeds directly benefit the Lakota East Upbeat Club which supports the Lakota East band students and guard.  Ticket are $10 and can be purchased at the door or online by going to this link: http://lakotaeastbands.org/upbeat-club/swing-dance/

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 18, 2019

  • This is it!  Today is the last day to enter to win a prize.  Make sure to check your Lakota email for a special message sent by Mrs. Davis earlier this week.  Your Lakota email can be accessed by going to Onelogin and clicking the Student Webmail tile.  If you want a chance to win a prize, make sure to check your email by the end of the day today.

 

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY in room 206. The topic this week is Climate Change, come for discussion and debate this Friday!!

  • The Spanish Club will meet at the Main Campus on January 24th in room 237 after school. We will be discussing induction into the Spanish Honor Society and participating in the Meals on Wheels Valentine’s Day service project. There will be refreshments!  Hope to see you there!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” Guest forms are now available in the main office.  To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 17, 2019

  • Teachers with seniors in your extra help class – please check your mailboxes for senior transcripts.

 

  • The special message from Mrs. Davis has been read by many of you already.  If you have not read it yet, your Lakota email can be accessed by going to Onelogin and clicking the Student Webmail tile.  Tomorrow is the last day for a chance to win a prize. JSA will be meeting after school on Friday in room 206. The topic this week is Climate Change, come for discussion and debate this Friday!!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 16, 2019

  • There is still time to win prizes!  Make sure to check your Lakota email for a special message from Mrs. Davis sent earlier this week.  Your Lakota email can be accessed by going to Onelogin and clicking the Student Webmail tile.  If you have not read the email yet, make sure to read it by Friday!

 

  • Attention East Hawk Artists.  Mrs. Gosky needs your help to design our tile for the International Periodic Table Project.  Here is a chance for you to get your work published!  Please see Mrs. Gosky in Room 270 for more details.

  • The next POACA meeting will be this afterschool TODAY in Dr Severns's room, room 268. We will be having a cultural discussion regarding MLK jr, and the continuation of civil rights progress in the US. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 15, 2019

  • Do you like to win prizes?  Make sure to check your Lakota email for a special message from Mrs. Davis.  Your Lakota email can be accessed by going to Onelogin and clicking the Student Webmail tile.  If you want a chance to win a prize, make sure to check your email by the end of the day this Friday. 

 

  • Attention East Hawk Artists.  Mrs. Gosky needs your help to design our tile for the International Periodic Table Project.  Here is a chance for you to get your work published!  Please see Mrs. Gosky in Room 270 for more details.

  • The Lakota East Football Team is hosting a fundraiser TONIGHT at Chipotle from 4:00-6:00 pm.  Stop by before the game tonight and tell the cashier that you are supporting the team and they will donate 33% of the proceeds back to the team.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The next POACA meeting will be this afterschool this Wednesday in Dr Severns's room, room 268. We will be having a cultural discussion regarding MLK jr, and the continuation of civil rights progress in the US. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 14, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Sophia Braun nominated by Lisa Landers for Adjust & Adapt
    11th grade – Faith Calvert nominated by Bobbi Hume for Adjust & Adapt
    12th grade – Jenna Kralik nominated by Keri Myers for Making a Difference

 

  • Over the weekend, 78 East artists had their artwork selected for the 2019 Scholastics Art Show (which will take place from January 28- February 8th at The Art Academy of Cincinnati).  15 works of art won top honors regionally and will now go onto be judged in New York City for the opportunity to gain national recognition.  The students winning top honors are:Alana Blankenship , Alexandra Fernholz, Anna French, Drew Laker, Jamie Huynh, Jenifer Le, Julia Haug, Kaitlyn Smith, Kalee Grayson, Mara Calhoun, Ream Awad, Ryan Kmieske, Yvonne Huynh

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The Teens For Christ Bible Study will meet today from 3:00-3:30 in room 110.  Join us for a time of prayer and fellowship.  Snacks are provided!

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

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Tuesday, January 15thWe will be holding a Guess Who tournament where the winner will get a prize!  As always, no club card is required and snacks will be provided. 

  • The next POACA meeting will be this afterschool this Wednesday in Dr Severns's room, room 268. We will be having a cultural discussion regarding MLK jr, and the continuation of civil rights progress in the US. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • Make sure to register for TechOlympics before the price increases on January 15th. TechOlympics is a weekend long technology competition and expo where you can work on professionalism and learn about new technology concepts while having fun with your friends.  Go to TechOlympics.org to register!

  • The Lakota East PTSO is now accepting applications for the PTSO Scholarships.  4 $500 scholarships will be awarded to graduating Seniors.  Students may apply to more than one category but only one scholarship will be awarded per student.  All applicants must submit the official application by 3/29/19.  Applications can be found on Naviance or in the Guidance Office.

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 11, 2019

  • Any senior who submitted their senior photo with a disc or flash drive please stop by room 104 to pick it up.

 

  • JSA will be meeting TODAY, after school in room 206. The topic for discussion and debate will be The Boarder Wall. Winter Congress registration packets and money are due this Friday as well!! If you have any questions reach out to any of the officers or Mr. Newell.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Tuesday, January 15th We will be holding a Guess Who tournament where the winner will get a prize!  As always, no club card is required and snacks will be provided. 

  • Make sure to register for TechOlympics before the price increases on January 15th. TechOlympics is a weekend long technology competition and expo where you can work on professionalism and learn about new technology concepts while having fun with your friends.  Go to TechOlympics.org to register!

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 10, 2019

  • Hope Week Spirit Days are this week:
    Friday: Squad Day

 

  • Any senior who submitted their senior photo with a disc or flash drive please stop by room 104 to pick it up.

  • If you are participating in Relay For Life or are interested in participating, come to room 200 today after school! Snacks will be provided.

  • The LEAF club will meet in room 119 after school today to discuss important issues.  JSA will be meeting Friday, after school in room 206. The topic for discussion and debate will be The Border Wall. Winter Congress registration packets and money are due this Friday as well!! If you have any questions reach out to any of the officers or Mr. Newell.

  • The National Honor Society is hosting the first annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on Saturday, February 9th from 7 to 10 PM at Lakota East Main Campus. The theme is “Fancy Clothes and What Are Those?!” To clarify any confusion, it is NOT mandatory to bring a date. Tickets will be sold a few days before and the week of the dance, we hope to see you all there!

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Tuesday, January 15th We will be holding a Guess Who tournament where the winner will get a prize!  As always, no club card is required and snacks will be provided.  

  • Make sure to register for TechOlympics before the price increases on January 15th. TechOlympics is a weekend long technology competition and expo where you can work on professionalism and learn about new technology concepts while having fun with your friends.  Go to TechOlympics.org to register!

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st. https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 9, 2019

  • Hope Week Spirit Days are this week:
    Thursday: Teacher Look Alike
    Friday: Squad Day

 

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Tuesday, January 15th.  We will be holding a Guess Who tournament where the winner will get a prize!  As always, no club card is required and snacks will be provided. 

  • Make sure to register for TechOlympics before the price increases on January 15th. TechOlympics is a weekend long technology competition and expo where you can work on professionalism and learn about new technology concepts while having fun with your friends.  Go to TechOlympics.org to register!

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st. https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 8, 2019

  • Just a reminder of the upcoming schedule:
    Today 1/8 -
    Block Schedule – Bells 2/XH/4/6
    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1/9-1/11 - Straight 6 Bell Schedule

 

  • Hope Week Spirit Days are this week:
    Wednesday: Pajama Day
    Thursday: Teacher Look Alike
    Friday: Squad Day

  • Students….just a reminder that having food delivered to the school is not allowed and any deliveries of food will be refused at the door at your expense.

  • The next ASL Club meeting will be Tuesday, January 15th.  We will be holding a Guess Who tournament where the winner will get a prize!  As always, no club card is required and snacks will be provided. 

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 7, 2019

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Kelly Carpenter nominated by Susanne Linder for Making a Difference
    11th grade – Nathan Wagner nominated by Bobbi Hume for Getting your Mind Right
    12th grade – Davontae Pitts nominated by Keri Myers for Making a Difference

 

  • Just a reminder of the upcoming schedule:
    Today 1/8 -
    Block Schedule – Bells 2/XH/4/6
    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1/9-1/11 - Straight 6 Bell Schedule

  • The Community Foundation has recently released our updated scholarship opportunities and new online application portal through SmarterSelect. Please make the link below available to students to apply. It has been posted to our website and social media so some students have already begun the process.  The application deadline is February 1st.https://www.wclfoundation.com/grants-and-scholarships/scholarships-1/

January 4, 2019

  • JSA will be meeting today, after school in room 206. The topic for discussion will be Private Prisons and there will be snacks!! Some of your favorite JSA alumni will be there as well, so stop by for discussion and debate.

 

  • Just a reminder of the upcoming schedule:
    Today - Straight 6 Bell Schedule
    Monday 1/7 -
    Block Schedule – Bells 1/XH/3/5
    Tuesday 1/8 -
    Block Schedule – Bells 2/XH/4/6
    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 1/9-1/11 - Straight 6 Bell Schedule

December 19, 2018

  • Please join the eSports Club TODAY at 12:45 for our Winter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament. The tournament will be held in room 284, which is different from our normal meeting location. There will be pizza provided, but bring your own drinks and other snacks. Prizes will be awarded to the top three competitors. To sign up, scan the QR code on our flyers on Main Street or outside room 289. Hope to see you there!

 

  • All Media Center materials must be returned TODAY Any materials not returned by this afternoon will be invoiced to student accounts.

  • If you took the PSAT in October, scores will be release between December 10th and 12th. Student can view their scores by creating an account on the College Board website. Students who provided their email address on their PSAT answer sheet will receive an email reminder from the College Board explaining where and how to view their scores. Hard copies of the PSAT score reports are also available in the counseling office. Please pick your report up at your scores no later than TODAY.

  • The Chick Fil A Leader Academy is sponsoring a Sock Drive for our Do Good December project.  The most common item requested at Homeless Shelters is clean, warm socks. To help support those in need, we are collecting socks every day until break in room 215. Please consider donating new socks as part of our chance to give back and support those in our community.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Wilkerson.

  • Attention Seniors: Senior photos for yearbook are due by the time we leave TODAY. 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

December 18, 2018

  • Please join the eSports Club on Wednesday the 19th at 12:45 for our Winter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament. The tournament will be held in room 284, which is different from our normal meeting location. There will be pizza provided, but bring your own drinks and other snacks. Prizes will be awarded to the top three competitors. To sign up, scan the QR code on our flyers on Main Street or outside room 289. Hope to see you there!

 

  • All Media Center materials must be returned no later than Wednesday, December 19th Any materials not returned by this time will be invoiced to student accounts.

  • If you took the PSAT in October, scores will be release between December 10th and 12th. Student can view their scores by creating an account on the College Board website. Students who provided their email address on their PSAT answer sheet will receive an email reminder from the College Board explaining where and how to view their scores. Hard copies of the PSAT score reports are also available in the counseling office. Please pick your report up at your scores no later than Wednesday December 19th.

  • The Chick Fil A Leader Academy is sponsoring a Sock Drive for our Do Good December project.  The most common item requested at Homeless Shelters is clean, warm socks. To help support those in need, we are collecting socks every day until break in room 215. Please consider donating new socks as part of our chance to give back and support those in our community.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Wilkerson.

  • It’s Spirit Week!
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

December 17, 2018

  • Please join the eSports Club on Wednesday the 19th at 12:45 for our Winter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament. The tournament will be held in room 284, which is different from our normal meeting location. There will be pizza provided, but bring your own drinks and other snacks. Prizes will be awarded to the top three competitors. To sign up, scan the QR code on our flyers on Main Street or outside room 289. Hope to see you there!

 

  • All Media Center materials must be returned no later than Wednesday, December 19th Any materials not returned by this time will be invoiced to student accounts.

  • If you took the PSAT in October, scores will be release between December 10th and 12th. Student can view their scores by creating an account on the College Board website. Students who provided their email address on their PSAT answer sheet will receive an email reminder from the College Board explaining where and how to view their scores. Hard copies of the PSAT score reports are also available in the counseling office. Please pick your report up at your scores no later than Wednesday December 19th.

  • The Chick Fil A Leader Academy is sponsoring a Sock Drive for our Do Good December project.  The most common item requested at Homeless Shelters is clean, warm socks. To help support those in need, we are collecting socks every day until break in room 215. Please consider donating new socks as part of our chance to give back and support those in our community.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Wilkerson.

  • It’s Spirit Week!
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

December 14, 2018

  • Latin Club is celebrating Saturnalia TODAY at 2:45 in room 200. Sign up with your local Latin teacher to join the festivities!

 

  • The topic this week for JSA is imposing sanctions on Saudi Arabia. Stop by room 206 after school TODAY for discussion and debate.

  • Please join the eSports Club on Wednesday the 19th at 12:45 for our Winter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament. The tournament will be held in room 284, which is different from our normal meeting location. There will be pizza provided, but bring your own drinks and other snacks. Prizes will be awarded to the top three competitors. To sign up, scan the QR code on our flyers on Main Street or outside room 289. Hope to see you there!

  • All Media Center materials must be returned no later than Wednesday, December 19thAny materials not returned by this time will be invoiced to student accounts.

  • If you took the PSAT in October, scores will be release between December 10th and 12th. Student can view their scores by creating an account on the College Board website. Students who provided their email address on their PSAT answer sheet will receive an email reminder from the College Board explaining where and how to view their scores. Hard copies of the PSAT score reports are also available in the counseling office. Please pick your report up at your scores no later than Wednesday December 19th.

  • The Chick Fil A Leader Academy is sponsoring a Sock Drive for our Do Good December project.  The most common item requested at Homeless Shelters is clean, warm socks. To help support those in need, we are collecting socks every day until break in room 215. Please consider donating new socks as part of our chance to give back and support those in our community.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Wilkerson.

  • It’s Spirit Week!
    Monday 12/17: Ugly Sweater Day
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

  • Lakota East is hosting a Toys for Tots toy drive to give back to Butler County children through the Toys for Tots organization.  We are collecting new, unwrapped toys at the East v. West basketball games, Friday December 14 (boys) and Saturday December 15 (girls) and donate the toys to the Toys for Tots organization.  We will collect toys in the main office area from Monday - Friday as well. If you donate a toy at one of the games you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win a gratitude gift basket!

December 13, 2018

  • Reminder- if you signed up for Yoga we will meet in the Aux gym today.

 

  • All Media Center materials must be returned no later than Friday, December 19thAny materials not returned by this time will be invoiced to student accounts.

  • If you took the PSAT in October, scores will be release between December 10th and 12th. Student can view their scores by creating an account on the College Board website. Students who provided their email address on their PSAT answer sheet will receive an email reminder from the College Board explaining where and how to view their scores. Hard copies of the PSAT score reports are also available in the counseling office. Please pick your report up at your scores no later than Wednesday December 19th.

  • The Chick Fil A Leader Academy is sponsoring a Sock Drive for our Do Good December project.  The most common item requested at Homeless Shelters is clean, warm socks. To help support those in need, we are collecting socks every day until break in room 215. Please consider donating new socks as part of our chance to give back and support those in our community.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Wilkerson.

  • Attention students who took the ASVAB. Results will be given back and explained TODAY during XH bell. You will receive a pass the morning of the 13th with more details.

  • The topic this week for JSA is imposing sanctions on Saudi Arabia. Stop by room 206 after school on Friday for discussion and debate.

  • Please join the eSports Club on Wednesday the 19th at 12:45 for our Winter Super Smash Brothers Ultimate Tournament. The tournament will be held in room 284, which is different from our normal meeting location. There will be pizza provided, but bring your own drinks and other snacks. Prizes will be awarded to the top three competitors. To sign up, scan the QR code on our flyers on Main Street or outside room 289. Hope to see you there!

December 11, 2018

  • TODAY is the Knitting Club holiday party in room 243.  There will be holiday themed games and snacks.

 

  • Attention students who took the ASVAB. Results will be given back and explained this Thursday, December 13th during XH bell. You will receive a pass the morning of the 13th with more details.

  • The Lakota East Med Club is hosting a blood drive Wednesday, December 12, 2018 in the Auxiliary Gym. The times are 8:00 am-10:15 am and 11:45 am- 2:00 pm.  You can sign up during lunch or at www.hoxworth.org/groups/lehs.  All Donors will get Hoxworth Socks!

  • The next Art Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 12th from 2:45-4 at main campus in room 281. We will be making gingerbread houses!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club is on Wednesday, December 12, in the Main Campus auditorium and will last until 4pm.  We will be doing an audition workshop for our upcoming show, Addams Family.  Bring your club card!

  • The next POACA meeting will be afterschool this Wednesday in room 268. We will be having a discussion about winter holidays and traditions. Everyone is welcome and no club card is needed!

  • Latin Club is celebrating Saturnalia this Friday, December 14 at 2:45 in room 200. Sign up with your local Latin teacher to join the festivities!

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

  • Spirit Week starts this week!
    Wednesday 12/12: Holiday Colors
    Thursday 12/13: Decades Day
    Friday 12/14: Camo East vs West Game
    Monday 12/17: Ugly Sweater Day
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • This week during Wednesday and Thursday Extra help there will be Yoga classes taught by Ms. Millard in the AUX Gym.  If you would like to reserve a spot, please go to the counseling office and use the laptop on the counter to fill out the google form and choose which day you would like to attend.  Space is limited so be sure to sign up soon!

  • Beat West Camo Shirts will be sold before and after school next Tuesday – Thursday this week.  Shirts are $12 and quantities are limited so make sure to get yours early!

  • Lakota East is hosting a Toys for Tots toy drive to give back to Butler County children through the Toys for Tots organization.  The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of the holidays and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.  Our specific project will consist of collection new, unwrapped toys at the East v. West basketball games, Friday December 14 (boys) and Saturday December 15 (girls) and donate the toys to the Toys for Tots organization.  The toys donated through our drive will directly impact children in the Butler County.   We will collect toys in the main office area from Monday - Friday as well. If you donate a toy at one of the games you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win a gratitude gift basket!

December 10, 2018

  • Congrats to the Hawks of the Week!
    10th grade – Rylee Oldfield nominated for adjusting and adapting by Lisa Landers
    11th grade – Maggie McMullen nominated for getting your mind right by Nikki Drew
    12th grade – Caleb Hoch nominated for making a difference by Suzanna Davis

 

  • If you haven't already, make sure you order your cap & gown by Monday December 10th to avoid a late order fee.  The $48.75 price includes a cap and tassel, which students will keep, and a custom rental gown that will be collected after the graduation ceremony.  The measurement cards collected previously DID NOT PLACE YOUR ORDER.Orders can be placed by mailing the order form to Graduate Services or online at www.graduateserviceinc.com. Graduate Services will refund any unused cap/gown/tassel unit if you later decide not to or are unable to participate in the ceremony.  The complete unit must be returned unused and in the original package. If you have additional questions contact Graduate Services directly at 513-272-5890.

  • The Teens for Christ Bible Study will be TODAY in room 110 from 3:00-3:30.  We will be having our Christmas Party, prayer, snacks and devotional.  No club card needed.

  • Have 8 inches of hair to spare?  Please consider donating your hair to support the Dragonfly Foundation between the boys JV and Varsity basketball game on Friday December 14th  against West.  See Mrs. DiVito in 123 for more details.

  • This Tuesday is the Knitting Club holiday party in room 243.  There will be holiday themed games and snacks.

  • The Lakota East Med Club is hosting a blood drive Wednesday, December 12, 2018 in the Auxiliary Gym. The times are 8:00 am-10:15 am and 11:45 am- 2:00 pm.  You can sign up during lunch or at www.hoxworth.org/groups/lehs.  All Donors will get Hoxworth Socks!

  • The next Art Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 12th from 2:45-4 at main campus in room 281. We will be making gingerbread houses!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club is on Wednesday, December 12, in the Main Campus auditorium and will last until 4pm.  We will be doing an audition workshop for our upcoming show, Addams Family.  Bring your club card!

  • Latin Club is celebrating Saturnalia this Friday, December 14 at 2:45 in room 200. Sign up with your local Latin teacher to join the festivities!

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

  • Spirit Week starts this week!
    Tuesday 12/11: Jersey Day
    Wednesday 12/12: Holiday Colors
    Thursday 12/13: Decades Day
    Friday 12/14: Camo East vs West Game
    Monday 12/17: Ugly Sweater Day
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • This week during Wednesday and Thursday Extra help there will be Yoga classes taught by Ms. Millard in the AUX Gym.  If you would like to reserve a spot, please go to the counseling office and use the laptop on the counter to fill out the google form and choose which day you would like to attend.  Space is limited so be sure to sign up soon!

  • Beat West Camo Shirts will be sold before and after school next Tuesday – Thursday this week.  Shirts are $12 and quantities are limited so make sure to get yours early!

  • Lakota East is hosting a Toys for Tots toy drive to give back to Butler County children through the Toys for Tots organization.  The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of the holidays and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.  Our specific project will consist of collection new, unwrapped toys at the East v. West basketball games, Friday December 14 (boys) and Saturday December 15 (girls) and donate the toys to the Toys for Tots organization.  The toys donated through our drive will directly impact children in the Butler County.   We will collect toys in the main office area from Monday - Friday as well. If you donate a toy at one of the games you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win a gratitude gift basket!

December 7, 2018

 

  • Have 8 inches of hair to spare?  Please consider donating your hair to support the Dragonfly Foundation between the boys JV and Varsity basketball game on Friday December 14th  against West.  See Mrs. DiVito in 123 for more details.

 

  • JSA will be meeting after school TODAY. The topic is Resolved, that the U.S. should become involved in Ukraine/Russian relations. Come join us after school in room 206 for discussion and debate.

  • The Lakota East Med Club is hosting a blood drive Wednesday, December 12, 2018 in the Auxiliary Gym. The times are 8:00 am-10:15 am and 11:45 am- 2:00 pm.  You can sign up during lunch or at www.hoxworth.org/groups/lehs.  All Donors will get Hoxworth Socks!

  • The next Art Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 12th from 2:45-4 at main campus in room 281. We will be making gingerbread houses!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club is on Wednesday, December 12, in the Main Campus auditorium and will last until 4pm.  We will be doing an audition workshop for our upcoming show, Addams Family.  Bring your club card!

  • 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. There is a list to see if your photo has been submitted outside of room 104.

  • Spirit Week starts next week!
    Monday 12/10: Pajama Day
    Tuesday 12/11: Jersey Day
    Wednesday 12/12: Holiday Colors
    Thursday 12/13: Decades Day
    Friday 12/14: Camo East vs West Game
    Monday 12/17: Ugly Sweater Day
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • Next week during Wednesday and Thursday Extra help there will be Yoga classes taught by Ms. Millard in the AUX Gym.  If you would like to reserve a spot, please go to the counseling office and use the laptop on the counter to fill out the google form and choose which day you would like to attend.  Space is limited so be sure to sign up soon!

  • Beat West Camo Shirts will be sold before and after school next Tuesday – Thursday next week.  Shirts are $12 and quantities are limited so make sure to get yours early!

  • Lakota East is hosting a Toys for Tots toy drive to give back to Butler Country children through the Toys for Tots organization.  The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of the holidays and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.  Our specific project will consist of collection new, unwrapped toys at the East v. West basketball games, Friday December 14 (boys) and Saturday December 15 (girls) and donate the toys to the Toys for Tots organization.  The toys donated through our drive will directly impact children in the Butler County.   We will collect toys in the main office area from Monday - Friday as well. If you donate a toy at one of the games you will automatically be entered into a raffle to win a gratitude gift basket!

December 6, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Lakota East Singing Thunderhawk Choirs on an outstanding Holiday Concert with the West Chester Symphony.  What a great way to share the Holiday Spirit with your family and community!  Great work Hawks!

 

  • Have 8 inches of hair to spare?  Please consider donating your hair to support the Dragonfly Foundation between the boys JV and Varsity basketball game on Friday December 14th  against West.  See Mrs. DiVito in 123 for more details.

  • There will be a quick informational football meeting TODAY in the cafeteria at 2:55.  Current players and those wanting more information please make sure to attend.

  • Relay for Life Committee will be meeting in the Digital Learning Lab TODAY after school.  Join us to help plan kick off week. 

  • Bonjour! The next French Club is TODAY in room 227 (Main Campus).  We will have a celebration of holidays, and we hope to see you there!

  • SOAR will be meeting TODAY during XH in the cafeteria.  We will be making a holiday craft.  Come join the fun!

  • JSA will be meeting after school this Friday. The topic is Resolved, that the U.S. should become involved in Ukraine/Russian relations. Come join us after school in room 206 for discussion and debate.

  • The Lakota East Med Club is hosting a blood drive Wednesday, December 12, 2018 in the Auxiliary Gym. The times are 8:00 am-10:15 am and 11:45 am- 2:00 pm.  You can sign up during lunch or at www.hoxworth.org/groups/lehs.  All Donors will get Hoxworth Socks!

  • The next Art Club meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 12th from 2:45-4 at main campus in room 281. We will be making gingerbread houses!

  • The next meeting of the Drama Club is on Wednesday, December 12, in the Main Campus auditorium and will last until 4pm.  We will be doing an audition workshop for our upcoming show, Addams Family.  Bring your club card!

  • 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.

  • Spirit Week starts next week!
    Monday 12/10: Pajama Day
    Tuesday 12/11: Jersey Day
    Wednesday 12/12: Holiday Colors
    Thursday 12/13: Decades Day
    Friday 12/14: Camo East vs West Game
    Monday 12/17: Ugly Sweater Day
    Tuesday 12/18: Groutfit Day (wear all gray)
    Wednesday 12/19: Flannel and Fuzzy Sock Day

  • Next week during Wednesday and Thursday Extra help there will be Yoga classes taught by Ms. Millard in the AUX Gym.  If you would like to reserve a spot, please go to the counseling office and use the laptop on the counter to fill out the google form and choose which day you would like to attend.  Space is limited so be sure to sign up soon!

  • Beat West Camo Shirts will be sold before and after school next Tuesday – Thursday next week.  Shirts are $12 and quantities are limited so make sure to get yours early!

  • Lakota East is hosting a Toys for Tots toy drive to give back to Butler Country children through the Toys for Tots organization.  The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of the holidays and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.  Our specific project will consist of collection new, unwrapped toys at the East v. West basketball games, Friday December 14 (boys) and Saturday December 15 (girls) and donate the toys to the Toys for Tots organization.  T