OUR MISSION

In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed to life-long  learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.

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DR. G. TO SPEAK ON LINCOLN PRESIDENCY AUG. 4

150 years ago in the summer of 1864, the Union cause and the Lincoln Presidency were in peril. Sherman couldn’t capture Atlanta and Grant was stymied in Virginia by Robert E. Lee. The re-election of Lincoln was in doubt —his defeat would most likely have resulted in a Confederate victory. 


REC COMMISSIONERS SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT AUG. 8

On Aug. 8, the Commissioners of the Lakewood Community Recreation and Education Commission, the Adult Athletic Commission and the Youth Athletic Commission are hosting the third annual Lakewood Commissioner's Softball Tournament benefiting Lakewood Youth Recreation Scholarships.


BOARD APPROVES DISTRICT GOALS FOR 2014-2015

The Board of Education at its July 21 meeting approved a list of district goals for the 2014-2015 school year. As always, improving student achievement is the top goal. Click here to see what other priorties the district has on tap for this coming school year.


BOARD OKS STEINBRUNNER AS NEW LHS BAND DIRECTOR

The Board of Education at its regular meeting on Monday, July 21, approved Clinton Steinbrunner as the new Lakewood High School Band Director, replacing Nathan Harris. Steinbrunner, currently the Assistant High School Band Director and Middle School Band Director for the Benjamin Logan Local Schools in Bellefontaine, will begin July 22 to start preparing for marching band camp on Aug. 4.


H2O CLOTHING DRIVE SUPER SALE SET FOR JULY 26

H2O's Clothing Drive and Super-Sale is a citywide project to provide affordable back-to-school clothes for Lakewood families (including adults!). Most items priced at $1.00 or less! H2O is still accepting gently worn infant-adult clothing donations through July 19th. Donations can be dropped off at any Lakewood Fire Station 7 days a week.


MIDDLE, HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENTS

High school and middle school students are required to read at least one book over the summer. LHS students can find our their assignments here. Middle school students will all be reading Wonder, by R.J. Palacio. Click here for more details on the middle school assignment. Make sure to check out the cool video on the middle school link!