Cheerleading tryouts will begin next week. Practices will be held from 3:00-5:00 pm on Monday, March 2 and Tuesday, March 3. These practices are mandatory. Tryouts will be held on Thursday, March 5, starting at 4:30 pm. (If there is a cancellation on Monday, we will have practice on Wednesday from 3:00-5:00 pm.)
We will meet in the auditeria after school. Further instructions will be given at practices. A tryout packet and form are available in the office. If you have not gotten one yet, you must do so soon. Three teachers must fill out an evaluation and turn it in to the high school office by 3 pm on Thursday, March 5th.
Amy Conrad can be reached at 419.457.3385 if you have questions.
The College Credit Plus Meeting (formerly Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program or PSEOP) will be held in the Lakota Auditeria on Thursday, March 12, 20015 from 6:00-8:00 pm.
The College Credit Plus Program (CCP) allows Ohio students to earn college credit and/or high school graduation credit through the successful completion of college courses. The CCP Program is open to 7th through 12th grade students. Attendance at this meeting is MANDATORY for students and their parent/guardian, who wish to participate in CCP or need more information on which to base their decision to participate, during the 2015-2016 academic school year.
Please see the form below for more information. Complete and return the form by March 6th if you plan to attend.
Book Fair Dates: February 23-26
Shopping Hours: During Parent Teacher Conferences
Please feel free to share the flyer and registration forms with members of the community…
For more information, please contact an Asset Team Adviser:
Mary Garber (email@example.com)
Darla Panuto (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Holly Grose (email@example.com)
Raider Rebound, a new method to hold students accountable for their academic effort, has been created for middle school students. Students who fail to complete homework assignments will be given two warnings, and after the second warning, students will be assigned to Raider Rebound, a one-hour after school homework recovery session, monitored by middle school teachers. Students who fail to complete lengthier projects by the assigned deadlines may also be assigned to Raider Rebound, without multiple warnings. Raider Rebound will be held every Tuesday from January 27 through May 19 (minus April 7, the day students return from Spring Break) and will provide students second chances to complete missing or late assignments, under the supervision of middle school teachers, who will assist the students with the completion of the assignments. Individual teachers will determine whether students will receive late points for the completed assignments, since the students failed to complete the assignments by the expected deadlines. A letter that explains Raider Rebound in greater detail will be sent home with the students’ report cards. Please contact Mr. Tackett, Principal, or the middle school staff for more information about Raider Rebound.
You can order directly from Thirty-One using the following link: www.mythirtyone.com/429696/ . Your order will be shipped directly to your home.
Judi Shultz has some Lakota Spirit items if you are interested in seeing them for ideas or purchasing them. She has a picnic thermal tote, bleacher blanket, cinch sac, and a zip top organizing tote. You may contact Judi for more information.
Krista Harrison is the demonstrator. Her email is on the above site if you have any questions about Thirty-One products.
This is a notice to high school students and parents: Mrs. Slotterbeck, School Counselor, is using the REMIND Instant Alert System to send e-mail or text messages to students and parents about impending deadlines. special programs, college scholarships and many more details and events throughout the year. If you haven’t registered for this program yet, please consider doing so. It is perfectly confidential; your phone number and e-mail address are not visible to anyone. There is a separate access code for students in each high school grade so that pertinent information can be directed to the specific groups. Contact information was shared at the College Planning Meeting for Parents last week and in classroom group guidance lessons at school. Please let Mrs. Slotterbeck know if you need the information to set up your account.
The Community Weight Room is open to the public Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. There is no fee. The weight room is located to the east of the main gym. Follow the hallway back past the locker rooms to the corner of the building.
Building Replicas are available. For more information… Cats Meow Building Replicas.
Memorial/Honor Bricks for “Legacy Lane”:
Please return the order form and payment to the Board Office, 5200 County Road 13, Kansas, OH 44841.
Lakota Gear is available. For more information, please see the “Athletic Boosters” page under the “High School” tab.
Lakota Music Boosters has several items available for purchase:
Lakota Community Cookbooks — $12 each or 2 for $20
Lakota Window Decals — $6 each
Lakota Pride Yard Signs — $10 each
These are available by contacting Mrs. Stuberg or Mrs. Brower at the school. All checks can be made payable to the Lakota Music Boosters.