Video Announcements

Friday February 28, 2020

Seniors, today is the last day to place your order for the senior T-shirt and flowers.  Come to the Bookroom to place your order.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) next Tuesday.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th).

The LHS Counseling Department will be hosting a College and Career Fair on Tuesday, March 3 from 6-7:30pm in the Cafeteria. This is a great opportunity to meet with college admission representatives as well as potential career sites! Please plan on attending. We hope to see you there!

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free on the morning of March 4th.
The next test date for the SAT for everyone else is March 14th. Late registration ends on March 3rd.
Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date is April 4th. Deadline to register is tomorrow.
Seniors planning to attend college, make sure you check out the scholarship opportunities on Naviance or outside the Guidance Office. Ohio PTA has posted their Scholarships with awards of $500 for Academic, Technical and Special Education students.  Senior boys make sure to apply for the Kiwanis Club Charles D. Winning Scholarship, which awards $1000 toward college.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

The SAT will be given to all juniors on Wednesday, March 4, starting at 7:45 am. Remember to bring your FULLY CHARGED Chromebook and Calculator and arrive on time.

The class of 2020 after prom committee invites you to join them at Ohio City Burritos for a fundraiser, on Monday, March 2.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 10:30 AM & 10:00 PM.  Just mention the class of 2020 after prom committee at the time of your order.

Seniors please remember that some of the local scholarships have deadlines very soon.  Italian American Scholarship and Ohio PTA Scholarships March 1, Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary March 2, Lakewood Rangers March 4 and Lakewood PTA March 6.  Seven more have deadlines also in March. Get them now!!!!!

Senior goaltender Rob Holden, Forward Will Holden and Ranger Head Coach Mark Ferfolia have been selected to participate in the Greater Cleveland High School Senior All-star tournament to be held at the Rocket Mortgage Field house on Friday, March 6. The competition will have players on four teams in a 4 on 4 competition beginning at 3pm.
The draft for the teams will be held tonight at 7pm at the BW3 in Fairview Park. The draft in which the coaches will select their teams will be broadcast live on the internet on Sports on Tap.
Ticket information for the games (which will include a ticket to the Monsters game that night) will be available later this week.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!

The doors by the Athletic Office will be closed during the lunch periods. Students wishing to go to the Athletic Office must go through the other two sets of gym doors.

Attention Rangers–
Another incentive activity is set for the end of the 3rd Quarter. If you have less than 5 tardies, less than 2 office referrals, and NO failing grades, you could be eligible for this fun treat! For these selected students, a hot chocolate bar will be provided during lunch on March 12. So get here on time, be respectful, and keep those grades up. Eligible students will be notified through homeroom before the day of the hot chocolate bar. Let’s do this Rangers!

Get ready for some toe-tapping, head-bobbing music when the Lakewood Jazz Festival opens on Wednesday, March 4 at 7:30 pm at Harding Middle School. Join the LHS Jazz Band, Jazz Workshop, the Harding Jazz Band, and the Garfield Jazz Band for this fun night of entertainment. There will be a free will donation in lieu of tickets.  There will also be refreshments and snacks available for purchase from the Music Boosters

Sophomores that have signed up for a Career Tech program need to be interviewed by the program instructor.
If you have not been interviewed yet, please contact that instructor.

If you have been interested in a West Shore program, this is the last week to fill out an application! Visit West Shore on the Lakewood City Schools website or you can apply at tinyurl.com/wsapply. Applications are due March 1st.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Thursday February 27, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.  The last day to order is tomorrow.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

The 18th Annual Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta sponsored by Tavens Packaging and Display Solutions is scheduled for Tuesday March 3rd from 3:15pm until 4:15pm.  Mr. Hille’s, Mrs. Zaremba’s, and Mrs. Frend’s Physics classes have been constructing boats out of cardboard and packing tape that can hold 2 students and be able to float across the pool without sinking.  We have 50 boat to float this year.  Don’t miss out on the action.  The cost of admission is only $1.00 for staff and students.  Tickets are on sale now in the bookroom or in A312. Don’t forget to turn on the Fox 8 Morning Show on Tuesday March 3rd to see us Kick it with Kenny from 6:45am-9:00am.

The LHS Counseling Department will be hosting a College and Career Fair on Tuesday, March 3 from 6-7:30pm in the Cafeteria. This is a great opportunity to meet with college admission representatives as well as potential career sites! Please plan on attending. We hope to see you there!

Herpetology Club will be hosting its next donut sale before school tomorrow morning.  Come get your donuts before they sell out!

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free on the morning of March 4th. 

The next test date for the SAT for everyone else is March 14th. Late registration ends on March 3rd. 

Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date is April 4th. Deadline to register is tomorrow.

Seniors planning to attend college, make sure you check out the scholarship opportunities on Naviance or outside the Guidance Office. Ohio PTA has posted their Scholarships with awards of $500 for Academic, Technical and Special Education students.  Senior boys make sure to apply for the Kiwanis Club Charles D. Winning Scholarship, which awards $1000 toward college. 

The SAT will be given to all juniors on Wednesday, March 4, starting at 7:45 am. Remember to bring your FULLY CHARGED Chromebook and Calculator and arrive on time.

The class of 2020 after prom committee invites you to join them at Ohio City Burritos for a fundraiser, on Monday, March 2.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 10:30 AM & 10:00 PM.  Just mention the class of 2020 after prom committee at the time of your order.

Seniors please remember that some of the local scholarships have deadlines very soon.  Italian American Scholarship and Ohio PTA Scholarships March 1, Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary March 2, Lakewood Rangers March 4 and Lakewood PTA March 6.  Seven more have deadlines also in March. Get them now!!!!!

The doors by the Athletic Office will be closed during the lunch periods. Students wishing to go to the Athletic Office must go through the other two sets of gym doors.

Senior goaltender Rob Holden, Forward Will Holden and Ranger Head Coach Mark Ferfolia have been selected to participate in the Greater Cleveland High School Senior All-star tournament to be held at the Rocket Mortgage Field house on Friday, March 6. The competition will have players on four teams in a 4 on 4 competition beginning at 3pm.
The draft for the teams will be held tonight at 7pm at the BW3 in Fairview Park. The draft in which the coaches will select their teams will be broadcast live on the internet on Sports on Tap.
Ticket information for the games (which will include a ticket to the Monsters game that night) will be available later this week.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

Attention Rangers–
Another incentive activity is set for the end of the 3rd Quarter. If you have less than 5 tardies, less than 2 office referrals, and NO failing grades, you could be eligible for this fun treat! For these selected students, a hot chocolate bar will be provided during lunch on March 12. So get here on time, be respectful, and keep those grades up. Eligible students will be notified through homeroom before the day of the hot chocolate bar. Let’s do this Rangers!

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Hot & Spicy Chicken Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

 

Video Announcements

Wednesday February 26, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.  The last day to order is this Friday.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th). 

The LHS Counseling Department will be hosting a College and Career Fair on Tuesday, March 3 from 6-7:30pm in the Cafeteria. This is a great opportunity to meet with college admission representatives as well as potential career sites! Please plan on attending. We hope to see you there!

Herpetology Club will be hosting its next donut sale before school on Friday.  Come get your donuts before they sell out!

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

If you have been interested in a West Shore program, this is the last week to fill out an application! Visit West Shore on the Lakewood City Schools website or you can apply at tinyurl.com/wsapply. Applications are due March 1st.

The SAT will be given to all juniors on Wednesday, March 4, starting at 7:45 am. Remember to bring your FULLY CHARGED Chromebook and Calculator and arrive on time.

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free on the morning of March 4th. 

The next test date for the SAT for everyone else is March 14th. Late registration ends on March 3rd. 

Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date is April 4th. Deadline to register is this Friday.

Seniors planning to attend college, make sure you check out the scholarship opportunities on Naviance or outside the Guidance Office. Ohio PTA has posted their Scholarships with awards of $500 for Academic, Technical and Special Education students.  Senior boys make sure to apply for the Kiwanis Club Charles D. Winning Scholarship, which awards $1000 toward college. 

The class of 2020 after prom committee invites you to join them at Ohio City Burritos for a fundraiser, on Monday, March 2.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 10:30 AM & 10:00 PM.  Just mention the class of 2020 after prom committee at the time of your order.

Seniors please remember that some of the local scholarships have deadlines very soon.  Italian American Scholarship and Ohio PTA Scholarships March 1, Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary March 2, Lakewood Rangers March 4 and Lakewood PTA March 6.  Seven more have deadlines also in March. Get them now!!!!!

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!

Senior goaltender Rob Holden, Forward Will Holden and Ranger Head Coach Mark Ferfolia have been selected to participate in the Greater Cleveland High School Senior All-star tournament to be held at the Rocket Mortgage Field house on Friday, March 6th. The competition will have players on four teams in a 4 on 4 competition beginning at 3pm.

The draft for the teams will be held tomorrow night at 7pm at the BW3 in Fairview Park. The draft in which the coaches will select their teams will be broadcast live on the internet on Sports on Tap.

Ticket information for the games (which will include a ticket to the Monsters game that night) will be available later this week.

Attention students and staff! The boys’ basketball team will host a first round playoff game tonight at 7pm in the gym! We need all the support we can get! Come help the Rangers take on the visiting Strongsville Mustangs and advance in the state tournament!

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Cheesy Bread .50¢

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Monday February 24, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.  The last day to place your order is this Wednesday.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Come support the Sophomore Class Fundraiser at Chipotle tomorrow, from 4:00 to 8:00PM.

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th). 

In celebration of Black History Month, the Opera Club will be discussing and listening to, the iconic Opera Porgy and Bess.  Many of the compositions in the opera are a major part of the American music lexicon – Three pieces you might recognize are:  “Summertime”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So”,  and “Bess, You Is My Woman Now”.  Come celebrate with the Opera Club tomorrow, in Room A-203.  It is never too late to join…new members are always welcome – including staff.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

Are you interested in being part of next year’s Lakewood Ranger Marching Band? If so, there will be a meeting tomorrow from 6:30 to 8 PM in the band room. Come and get information about percussion, Flags, and Rangerette try-outs, next year’s schedule, and our upcoming trip to Orlando, Florida. We will also be unveiling the new uniform design. Interested students should bring a parent or guardian with them.

Herpetology Club will be hosting its next donut sale before school on Friday.  Come get your donuts before they sell out!

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free on the morning of March 4th.

The next test date for the SAT for everyone else is March 14th. Late registration ends on March 3rd.

Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date is April 4th. Deadline to register is March 13th.

Seniors planning to attend college, make sure you check out the scholarship opportunities on Naviance or outside the Guidance Office. Ohio PTA has posted their Scholarships with awards of $500 for Academic, Technical and Special Education students.  Senior boys make sure to apply for the Kiwanis Club Charles D. Winning Scholarship, which awards $1000 toward college.

All Boys interested in running track need to report to the locker room on Bunts Rd. at the stadium at 3:15 today. Bring clothes to workout OUTSIDE !!!!! Please bring required Emergency Medical Forms with you at that time.

The SAT will be given to all Juniors on Wednesday, March 4th starting at 7:45 am. Remember to bring your FULLY CHARGED Chromebook and Calculator and arrive on time.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Popcorn Chicken $2.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Friday February 21, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th). 

In celebration of Black History Month, the Opera Club will be discussing and listening to, the iconic Opera Porgy and Bess.  Many of the compositions in the opera are a major part of the American music lexicon – Three pieces you might recognize are:  “Summertime”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So”,  and “Bess, You Is My Woman Now”.  Come celebrate with the Opera Club on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, in Room A-203.  It is never too late to join…new members are always welcome – including staff.

Come support the Sophomore Class Fundraiser at Chipotle on Tuesday, February 25, from 4:00 to 8:00PM.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

Are you interested in being part of next year’s Lakewood Ranger Marching Band? If so, there will be a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 6:30 to 8 PM in the band room. Come and get information about percussion, Flags, and Rangerette try-outs, next year’s schedule, and our upcoming trip to Orlando, Florida. We will also be unveiling the new uniform design. Interested students should bring a parent or guardian with them.

For Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date will be April 4th. Deadline to register is March 13th.

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free the morning of March 4th. For everyone else the next test date for the SAT is March 14th with late registration ending on March 3rd.

Seniors please be aware that the Ohio PTA has just posted their scholarship opportunities. There are $500 awards for Academic, Technical and Special Education students. The deadline to apply is March 1st.

All Boys interested in running track need to report to the locker room on Bunts Rd. at the stadium at 3:15 on Monday. Bring clothes to workout OUTSIDE !!!!! Please bring required Emergency Medical Forms with you at that time.

Take the Kindness Challenge today and say thank you to the people who make a difference in our lives at LHS. Thank you to our kitchen staff, custodial staff and security guards for the work they do every day. They take good care of us and our school and today’s the day to make sure they know how grateful we are for all they do. Say thanks in person when you see them and write a thank you note on a post-it note (available in the H2O office) to add to the posters hanging in the cafeteria hall.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Friday Fries $1.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Thursday February 20, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

Attention Graduating LHS Athletes!  There’s a new scholarship opportunity waiting for you!  It is the Dante “the Bus Driver” Serrani Memorial Scholarship.  Students may apply for both the LREF and Serrani scholarships by downloading the application from the LREF homepage at www.lakewoodrangers.com

Gamers Club will meet after school today in C111.  We will be having our quarterly pizza party.  See you there!

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th). 

In celebration of Black History Month, the Opera Club will be discussing and listening to, the iconic Opera Porgy and Bess.  Many of the compositions in the opera are a major part of the American music lexicon – Three pieces you might recognize are:  “Summertime”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So”,  and “Bess, You Is My Woman Now”.  Come celebrate with the Opera Club on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, in Room A-203.  It is never too late to join…new members are always welcome – including staff.

Come support the Sophomore Class Fundraiser at Chipotle on Tuesday, February 25, from 4:00 to 8:00PM.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY! 

Are you interested in being part of next year’s Lakewood Ranger Marching Band? If so, there will be a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 25 from 6:30 to 8 PM in the band room. Come and get information about percussion, Flags, and Rangerette try-outs, next year’s schedule, and our upcoming trip to Orlando, Florida. We will also be unveiling the new uniform design. Interested students should bring a parent or guardian with them.

Ohio University will be in the LRC during 5th & 6th periods today for a college visit. 

For Students wanting to take the ACT, the next test date will be April 4th. Deadline to register is March 13th. 

All Juniors will be taking the SAT for free the morning of March 4th. For everyone else the next test date for the SAT is March 14th with late registration ending on March 3rd.

Seniors please be aware that the Ohio PTA has just posted their scholarship opportunities. There are $500 awards for Academic, Technical and Special Education students. The deadline to apply is March 1st. 

There will be an organizational meeting for any 9th to 12th grade student interested in trying out for the High School Baseball Teams, today, at 3:10PM in the Gymnasium by the Weight Room.  It is very important that you attend or at least stop by to find out the times of tryouts, and information needed to prepare for playing High School Baseball.  Tryouts start the week of February 24.  All winter athletes interested should stop by so you can get information.

All Boys interested in running track need to report to the locker room on Bunts Rd. at the stadium at 3:15 on Monday. Bring clothes to workout OUTSIDE !!!!! Please bring required Emergency Medical Forms with you at that time.

The LHS class of 2020 invites you to join them at Angelo’s today, for a fundraiser.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 11:00 AM & 12:00 AM.  Just mention the LHS class of 2020 at the time of your order.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Wednesday February 19, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, orparticipating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th).  

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due this Wednesday.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

In celebration of Black History Month, the Opera Club will be discussing and listening to, the iconic Opera Porgy and Bess.  Many of the compositions in the opera are a major part of the American music lexicon – Three pieces you might recognize are:  “Summertime”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So”,  and “Bess, You Is My Woman Now”.  Come celebrate with the Opera Club on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, in Room A-203.  It is never too late to join…new members are always welcome – including staff.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Want to earn scholarship money? Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

The LHS class of 2020 invites you to join them at Angelo’s this Thursday, for a fundraiser.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 11:00 AM & 12:00 AM.  Just mention the LHS class of 2020 at the time of your order.

Attention students and staff – the Lakewood Boys’ Basketball team plays the number 6 ranked team in the area tonight as Lakewood hosts Medina. Students and staff, the Basketball team needs your support tonight!  Staff, there is a chili cook-off and it promises to be a great night!

Go RANGERS!!!!

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Cheesy Pretzel $0.75

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

The 18th Annual LHS Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta (sponsored by Tavens Packaging & Display Solutions) will be held after school (3:00-4:30pm) on Tuesday March 3rd, 2020.  There will be over 50 boats and 200+ Fundamental and Regular Physics students participating.  Students must use brown, untreated cardboard and clear packing tape to make a boat capable of holding two frantically paddling students across our 25-yard pool.  Dave Hille, Jennifer Zaremba, and Jennifer Frend invite you to come and watch (it really is hilarious to watch), help out, and/or participate.  We need volunteers so if you can help be a timer or judge, please contact Dave.  In the past we have had boats from the LHS Administrators, H2O, Anime Club, Latin Club, French Club, SADD, Lincoln Elementary, The Navy recruiters, and Central Office.  This year we are looking for other commitments from Lakewood schools, clubs, homerooms, or team.  Let one of us know if you are interested in helping out, judging, or participating.  Tickets are $1 in the bookroom (they won’t be available until Feb 25th). 

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due this Wednesday.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

In celebration of Black History Month, the Opera Club will be discussing and listening to, the iconic Opera Porgy and Bess.  Many of the compositions in the opera are a major part of the American music lexicon – Three pieces you might recognize are:  “Summertime”, “It Ain’t Necessarily So”,  and “Bess, You Is My Woman Now”.  Come celebrate with the Opera Club on Tuesday, Feb. 25th, in Room A-203.  It is never too late to join…new members are always welcome – including staff.

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!
There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!
If you’re a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet then sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you! Don’t worry, we teach you everything you need to know about cooking. It’s great if you come in with experience but it is not necessary!
Don’t want to be a chef? That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planning managers, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more! The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.
Want college to be more affordable? Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools. Want to earn scholarship money? Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.
Unsure if this is the right fit for you?!… No worries, you can always sign up to shadow our program. Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Sign up now and the next two years will FLY BY!

The LHS class of 2020 invites you to join them at Angelo’s this Thursday, for a fundraiser.  Dine-in or carry out anytime between 11:00 AM & 12:00 AM.  Just mention the LHS class of 2020 at the time of your order.

Attention students and staff – the Lakewood Boys’ Basketball team plays the number 6 ranked team in the area tonight as Lakewood hosts Medina. Students and staff, the Basketball team needs your support tonight!  Staff, there is a chili cook-off and it promises to be a great night!

Go RANGERS!!!!

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Cheesy Pretzel $0.75

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Wednesday February 12, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance this Saturday are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase. Last day to order tickets is tomorrow.

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

It’s Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Tomorrow, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

Carnations are red, and the cards are too, tell your Valentine how much they mean to you.  Valentine’s Day is this Friday, February 14. How are you going to celebrate it?  Why not purchase a carnation from a Key Club Member.  You can purchase carnations for $1 during any lunch period today.  Carnations can also be purchased from Ms. Stephenson in room A202 or any Key Club member.  The flowers and cards will be delivered to your 1st period class tomorrow.   Buy your carnations today for your Valentine and celebrate love and friendship!

The 18th Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta is Tuesday, March 3rd from 3:00pm-4:00pm.  See Mr. Hille in A312 of LHS (or email david.hille@lakewoodcityschools.org)to get your official regatta rules and to sign up your school, club, or group’s boat for the March 3rd Regatta.

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due February 20th.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

Start your long weekend off by coming to the LHS Dance Group’s performance tomorrow or Friday night.  It is at 7:30 pm in the Civic Auditorium.  Buy your tickets at the Bookroom to save money or at the door.

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

Herpetology Club will be selling donuts tomorrow morning before school outside the pool area. If you have a Valentine, they would like a donut, too. If you don’t have a Valentine, you should probably treat yourself and buy an extra donut because you deserve it.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Mini Corn Dogs $2.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Tuesday February 11, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance this Saturday are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase. Last day to order tickets is this Thursday.

 The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting immediately after school today in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

 Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

It’s Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Tomorrow, Feb 12 – Way Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

The Opera Club will meet after school today in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

Carnations are red, and the cards are too, tell your Valentine how much they mean to you.  Valentine’s Day is this Friday, February 14. How are you going to celebrate it?  Why not purchase a carnation from a Key Club Member.  You can purchase carnations for $1 during any lunch period until tomorrow.  Carnations can also be purchased from Ms. Stephenson in room A202 or any Key Club member.  The flowers and cards will be delivered to your 1st period class tomorrow.   Buy your carnations today for your Valentine and celebrate love and friendship!

The 18th Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta is Tuesday, March 3rd from 3:00pm-4:00pm.  See Mr. Hille in A312 of LHS (or email david.hille@lakewoodcityschools.org) to get your official regatta rules and to sign up your school, club, or group’s boat for the March 3rd Regatta.

 Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due February 20th.

 Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

 The Lakewood Dance Group presents, “Dance The Night Away”, this Thursday & Friday at 7:30 in the Civic auditorium. You can buy your tickets in the Bookroom for $2 or at the door for $3.

Students…Please practice good sportsmanship at our athletic contests.  Do not heckle the opponents.  NO numbers and NO names unless you are cheering for our team.  Please DO cheer on our student athletes.  This is the RANGER WAY!

 Herpetology Club will be selling donuts this Thursday morning before school outside the pool area. If you have a Valentine, they would like a donut, too. If you don’t have a Valentine, you should probably treat yourself and buy an extra donut because you deserve it.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Chicken Ranch & Cheese Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Monday February 10, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance this Saturday are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase. Last day to order tickets is this Thursday.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting tomorrow immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college, don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

It’s Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Tomorrow, Feb 11 –    Retirement Day! (Dress like a senior citizen)

Wednesday, Feb 12 – Way-Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow11th – White

12th – Purple

The Opera Club will meet after school tomorrow in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

Carnations are red, and the cards are too, tell your Valentine how much they mean to you.  Valentine’s Day is this Friday, February 14. How are you going to celebrate it?  Why not purchase a carnation from a Key Club Member.  You can purchase carnations for $1 during any lunch period until Wednesday, February 12th.  Carnations can also be purchased from Ms. Stephenson in room A202 or any Key Club member.  The flowers and cards will be delivered to your 1st period class on Thursday, February 13th.   Buy your carnations today for your Valentine and celebrate love and friendship!

The Lakewood Dance Group presents, “Dance The Night Away”, this Thursday & Friday at 7:30 in the Civic auditorium. You can buy your tickets in the Bookroom for $2 or at the door for $3.

Seniors, the Bookroom is taking orders for the senior T-shirt so stop by to pick up an order form.  The T-shirt has the 2020 design on the front of the shirt and all of the names of the class of 2020 seniors on the back.

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due February 20th.

The 18th Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta is Tuesday, March 3rd from 3:00pm-4:00pm.  See Mr. Hille in A312 of LHS (or email david.hille@lakewoodcityschools.org)to get your official regatta rules and to sign up your school, club, or group’s boat for the March 3rd Regatta.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Mac & Cheese $2.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Friday February 7, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting next Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

All of the juniors will be taking the free SAT on the morning of March 4th.  The SAT test for everyone else will be on March 14th.  The deadline to register for the March 4th SAT is February 14th and late registration is March 3rd.

Next week is Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Monday, Feb 10 – Jungle Day! (Dress for a safari or in animal print)

Tuesday, Feb 11 – Retirement Day! (Dress like a senior citizen)

Wednesday, Feb 12 – Way Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

The Opera Club will meet next Tuesday, Feb. 11th after school in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities. 

Carnations are red, and the cards are too, tell your Valentine how much they mean to you.  Valentine’s Day is Friday, February 14. How are you going to celebrate it?  Why not purchase a carnation from a Key Club Member.  You can purchase carnations for $1 during any lunch period until Wednesday, February 12th.  Carnations can also be purchased from Ms. Stephenson in room A202 or any Key Club member.  The flowers and cards will be delivered to your 1st period class on Thursday, February 13th.   Buy your carnations today for your Valentine and celebrate love and friendship!

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!

There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!

If you are a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet than sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you!  Don’t want to be a chef?  That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planners, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more!  The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.

Would you like to make college more affordable, and earn scholarship money?  Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools.  Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.

Unsure if this is the right fit for you?  No worries, you can always sign up to shadow the Culinary Arts program.

Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due February 20th.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Friday Fries $1.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Thursday February 6, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting next Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Next week is Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Monday, Feb 10 – Jungle Day! (Dress for a safari or in animal print)

Tuesday, Feb 11 – Retirement Day! (Dress like a senior citizen)

Wednesday, Feb 12 – Way Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

All of the juniors will be taking the free SAT on the morning of March 4th.  The SAT test for everyone else will be on March 14th.  The deadline to register for the March 4th SAT is February 14th and late registration is March 3rd.

Gamers Club will meet after school today.  Don’t look like a noob by forgetting to bring your signed permission slip.  If you need a new permission slip, please see Mr. Streets in room C111.

The Opera Club will meet next Tuesday, Feb. 11th after school in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!

There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!

If you are a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet than sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you!  Don’t want to be a chef?  That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planners, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more!  The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.

Would you like to make college more affordable, and earn scholarship money?  Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools.  Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.

Unsure if this is the right fit for you?  No worries, you can always sign up to shadow the Culinary Arts program.

Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Join Race and Diversity for the first of our four Black History Month Meetings. We will meet in room C309 after school today to discuss “colorism” and the stigmas surrounding black hairstyles. As always, snacks will be provided.

Carnations are red, and the cards are too, tell your Valentine how much they mean to you.  Valentine’s Day is Friday, February 14. How are you going to celebrate it?  Whynot purchase a carnation from a Key Club Member.  You can purchase carnations for$1 during any lunch period until Wednesday, February 12th.  Carnations can also be purchased from Ms. Stephenson in room A202 or any Key Club member.  The flowers and cards will be delivered to your 1st  period class on Thursday, February 13th.   Buy your carnations today for your Valentine and celebrate love and friendship!    

Who inspires you? Let LHS PTA help you recognize an, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people at LHS each year, but they need your nominations.

Staff, you’re also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.

Forms can be picked up and turned in outside the Book Room, or use online form. Nominations are due February 20th.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Wednesday February 5, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting next Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Next week is Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Monday, Feb 10 – Jungle Day! (Dress for a safari or in animal print)

Tuesday, Feb 11 – Retirement Day! (Dress like a senior citizen)

Wednesday, Feb 12 – Way Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

All of the juniors will be taking the free SAT on the morning of March 4th.  The SAT test for everyone else will be on March 14th.  The deadline to register for the March 4th SAT is February 14th and late registration is March 3rd.

Gamers Club will meet this Thursday after school.  Don’t look like a noob by forgetting to bring your signed permission slip.  If you need a new permission slip, please see Mr. Streets in room C111.

The Opera Club will meet next Tuesday, Feb. 11th after school in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!

There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!

If you are a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet than sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you!  Don’t want to be a chef?  That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planners, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more!  The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.

Would you like to make college more affordable, and earn scholarship money?  Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools.  Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.

Unsure if this is the right fit for you?  No worries, you can always sign up to shadow the Culinary Arts program.

Visit the West Shore office for more information.

Join Race and Diversity for the first of our four Black History Month Meetings. We will meet in room C309 on Thursday after school to discuss “colorism” and the stigmas surrounding black hairstyles. As always, snacks will be provided.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Chipotle Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Tuesday February 4, 2020

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

 

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting next Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

 

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Attention Seniors!  If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at commencement, please sign up in the bookroom or outside room C215.  Tryouts will be held on Monday, March 9th, at 3:15pm in room C215.  During the tryouts, speakers will be expected to deliver a 2-3 minute, condensed version of their speech for the judges who will evaluate the speakers based on the content of the speech as well as their performance.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lamphear in room C215.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

 

 Next week is Spirit Week and here are the daily activities.

Monday, Feb 10 – Jungle Day! (Dress for a safari or in animal print)

Tuesday, Feb 11 – Retirement Day! (Dress like a senior citizen)

Wednesday, Feb 12 – Way Back Day! (Dress from another decade)

Thursday, Feb 13 – Class Colors (Staff wear color of their homeroom or grade they teach, or black if you do not have a homeroom or work with a certain grade)

9th – Red

10th – Yellow

11th – White

12th – Purple

All of the juniors will be taking the free SAT on the morning of March 4th.  The SAT test for everyone else will be on March 14th.  The deadline to register for the March 4th SAT is February 14th and late registration is March 3rd.

 Gamers Club will meet this Thursday after school.  Don’t look like a noob by forgetting to bring your signed permission slip.  If you need a new permission slip, please see Mr. Streets in room C111.

 

The Opera Club will meet next Tuesday, Feb. 11th after school in room A-203.  We will be taking pictures for the yearbook so all members should attend.  So dress up like we are going to the opera!!!  We will be watching and listening to… the Rossini comedy “The Barber of Seville.”

HEY THERE SOPHOMORES!!!!

There is no better time to sign up for the Culinary Arts program at West Shore than RIGHT NOW!

If you are a student that would rather work with your hands and think on your feet than sit in a regular classroom all day, then this class is for you!  Don’t want to be a chef?  That’s OK, the hospitality industry is looking for restaurant & hotel owners & managers, food photographers, food bloggers, caterers, event planners, nutritionists, restaurant designers, food scientists and much more!  The Culinary Arts program is a great stepping-stone into any of these career pathways.

Would you like to make college more affordable, and earn scholarship money?  Students in the program can earn two certifications that typically articulate with post-secondary schools.  Students in the program can also sign up for culinary and pastry competitions to earn money towards college.

Unsure if this is the right fit for you?  No worries, you can always sign up to shadow the Culinary Arts program.

Visit the West Shore office for more information.

 

 Join Race and Diversity for the first of our four Black History Month Meetings. We will meet in room C309 on Thursday after school to discuss “colorism” and the stigmas surrounding black hairstyles. As always, snacks will be provided.

 

 Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Taco Wedges .50¢

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Monday February 3, 2020

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE?

Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School.

If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room.

Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting next Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

All of the juniors will be taking the free SAT on the morning of March 4th.  The SAT test for everyone else will be on March 14th.  The deadline to register for the March 4th SAT is February 14th and late registration is March 3rd.

Seniors getting ready for college don’t forget to look at Naviance or stop outside the School Counseling Office for scholarship opportunities.

Gamers Club will meet this Thursday after school.  Don’t look like a noob by forgetting to bring your signed permission slip.  If you need a new permission slip, please see Mr. Streets in room C111.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Walking Taco $2.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Video Announcements

Friday January 31, 2020

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS during all lunch periods today to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up. 

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE?

Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School.

If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room.

Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Sophomores!  Applications for the West Shore Career-Tech Programs are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.  Not sure if one of West Shore’s 13 programs is for you?  Stop by the West Shore offices and pick up a yellow shadow form to visit any program.  Apply today via www.tinyurl.com/wsapply.  All you need is a valid email for yourself and your parent(s) and/or guardian(s).  Need help?  Stop by West Shore or see any of our teachers.

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

Hey seniors!  Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation awards multiple scholarships every year?  For more information, download the app from our website at www.lakewoodrangers.com.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!   

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Friday Fries $1.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Thursday January 30, 2020

Herpetology Club is going donut crazy and will be selling donuts AGAIN tomorrow before school outside the pool area. Remember to bring your cash and get as many donuts as you want for just $1 each!

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS tomorrow to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up.

 

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE?

Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School.

If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room.

Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Students do not have school on Friday, February 14, so Ski & Snowboard Club is going to Peek n’ Peak! If you are interested in going on this trip, see Ms. Flynn in C318 for information and forms.

 

Sophomores!  Applications for the West Shore Career-Tech Programs are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.  Not sure if one of West Shore’s 13 programs is for you?  Stop by the West Shore offices and pick up a yellow shadow form to visit any program.  Apply today via www.tinyurl.com/wsapply.  All you need is a valid email for yourself and your parent(s) and/or guardian(s).  Need help?  Stop by West Shore or see any of our teachers.

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

 

The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

 

Hey seniors! Did you know that the Lakewood Ranger Education Foundation

 

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Wednesday January 29, 2020

Herpetology Club is going donut crazy and will be selling donuts AGAIN this Friday, 1/31 before school outside the pool area. Remember to bring your cash and get as many donuts as you want for just $1 each!

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS this Friday, January 31 to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up.

 Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE? Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room. Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Students do not have school on Friday, February 14, so Ski & Snowboard Club is going to Peek n’ Peak! If you are interested in going on this trip, see Ms. Flynn in C318 for information and forms.

 Sophomores!  Applications for the West Shore Career-Tech Programs are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.  Not sure if one of West Shore’s 13 programs is for you?  Stop by the West Shore offices and pick up a yellow shadow form to visit any program.  Apply today via www.tinyurl.com/wsapply.  All you need is a valid email for yourself and your parent(s) and/or guardian(s).  Need help?  Stop by West Shore or see any of our teachers.

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

 The Girls Track and Field Team will be holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 11th immediately after school in Lec Hall 1.  Stop by and pick up information if you are interested in competing on the team this spring.

 Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Cheesy Pretzel .75¢

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Tuesday January 28, 2020

Herpetology Club is going donut crazy and will be selling donuts AGAIN this Friday, 1/31 before school outside the pool area. Remember to bring your cash and get as many donuts as you want for just $1 each!

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS this Friday, January 31 to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up.

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE? Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room. Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Students do not have school on Friday, February 14, so Ski & Snowboard Club is going to Peek n’ Peak! If you are interested in going on this trip, see Ms. Flynn in C318 for information and forms.

 

Sophomores!  Applications for the West Shore Career-Tech Programs are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.  Not sure if one of West Shore’s 13 programs is for you?  Stop by the West Shore offices and pick up a yellow shadow form to visit any program.  Apply today via www.tinyurl.com/wsapply.  All you need is a valid email for yourself and your parent(s) and/or guardian(s).  Need help?  Stop by West Shore or see any of our teachers.

Tickets for the Winter Dance being held on Saturday, February 15th are on sale now.  Pick up ticket forms in the Bookroom.  You must have the signed form with you at the time of purchase.

 

Want to meet new friends or find ways to relax and de-stress?  Come check out the LHS Yoga Club!  We will meet today after school at 3:15p in room C112.  Hope to see you there!

 

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Chicken Ranch & Cheese Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Monday January 27, 2020

Herpetology Club is going donut crazy and will be selling donuts AGAIN this Friday, 1/31 before school outside the pool area. Remember to bring your cash and get as many donuts as you want for just $1 each!

Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS this Friday, January 31 to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up.

Attention seniors:  The yearbook staff is currently looking for “senior memory” pictures for this year’s edition of the Cinema.  If you have any great pictures of you and your friends from pre-school through middle school, please get them to Mr. Ebner in room B207.  Photos can be either digital or print.

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE? Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room. Together we can beat childhood cancers!

Set Builders; join the Warrens every Tuesday and Wednesday until March from 6 to 9 PM in the Blackbox Theater to build the actual set.

Join Ms Sabin every Monday and Thursday through February, from 3 to 5 PM in the Shop to work on set details.  This week we will be creating the trees for the set.

Students do not have school on Friday, February 14, so Ski & Snowboard Club is going to Peek n’ Peak! If you are interested in going on this trip, see Ms. Flynn in C318 for information and forms.

Sophomores!  Applications for the West Shore Career-Tech Programs are now being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.  Not sure if one of West Shore’s 13 programs is for you?  Stop by the West Shore offices and pick up a yellow shadow form to visit any program.  Apply today via www.tinyurl.com/wsapply.  All you need is a valid email for yourself and your parent(s) and/or guardian(s).  Need help?  Stop by West Shore or see any of our teachers.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Mac & Cheese $2.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Friday January 24, 2020

Set Builders; join the Warrens every Tuesday and Wednesday until March from 6 to 9 PM in the Blackbox Theater to build the actual set.

Join Ms Sabin every Monday and Thursday through February, from 3 to 5 PM in the Shop to work on set details.  This week we will be creating the trees for the set.

 Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE?

 Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School.

 If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room.

 Together we can beat childhood cancers!

 Attention seniors:  The yearbook staff is currently looking for “senior memory” pictures for this year’s edition of the Cinema.  If you have any great pictures of you and your friends from pre-school through middle school, please get them to Mr. Ebner in room B207.  Photos can be either digital or print.

 Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap & gown yet, Jostens will be at LHS next Friday, January 31 to take your orders.  This will be the last day to order the cap & gown for $28.50 + tax.  On February 1, the cost will go up.

 Students do not have school on Friday, February 14, so Ski & Snowboard Club is going to Peek n’ Peak! If you are interested in going on this trip, see Ms. Flynn in C318 for information and forms.

 Opera Club members, there will be a very brief meeting after school today in Room A-203.  All Club members who have attended our meetings should be present.

Remember – OPERA CLUB today after school – the meeting will be 5 minutes.  If you cannot attend, see Mr. Sedlak.

Need a great summer job?  Lakewood Recreation is now hiring enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool attendants, concession workers, baseball scorers and more!  Complete an application at www.lakewoodrecreation.com/summerjobs.  Lifeguard training courses are available this spring – sign up today!

 Tomorrow night at 7:00pm, the Ranger hockey team hosts Orange High School in a division championship showdown.  Whichever team wins the game will claim the number 1 spot in the division.  We need to fill Serpentini Arena with Rowdy Ranger Supporters!  Wear your purple gear and help the team try to capture the division crown!

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Friday Fries $1.00

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Wednesday January 22, 2020

Addams Family Crew Nights, this week our evening Crew Nights begin!
Join us today from 6pm to 9pm in the Blackbox Theater to begin building the actual set.  Tomorrow we will meet from 3pm to 5pm in the Shop to work on set details.  This week we will be creating the trees for the set.  Hope to see you there.

All current and new National Honor Society members, we are meeting after school today in Lecture Hall 1.  We will be welcoming our new members and discussing our upcoming induction ceremony.  Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

 

Are you strong enough to BRAVE THE SHAVE?

Student Council is looking for students and staff members to fundraise for pediatric cancer and shave off their hair on Saturday, March 7 at Harding Middle School.

If you are interested, please see Mrs. Guzowski in C211 or sign up in the Book Room.

Together we can beat childhood cancers!

 

 Attention seniors:  The yearbook staff is currently looking for “senior memory” pictures for this year’s edition of the Cinema.  If you have any great pictures of you and your friends from pre-school through middle school, please get them to Mr. Ebner in room B207.  Photos can be either digital or print.

The LHS Mock Trial team consisting of Hudson Fordu, Max Gilliland, Lily Bacon, Laura Shields, Bella Segreto, Trin Ritchie, Jakob Hamilton, Ivy Rook and Jack Wynn took on Orange High School and St. Edwards High School last week.

Senior Laura Shields was named Outstanding Attorney vs. Orange

Senior Ivy Rook was named Outstanding Witness vs. Orange

Senior Jakob Hamilton was named Outstanding Witness vs. St. Eds

Go Rangers!

 

 There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting tomorrow at 3:15 in the Cafeteria.  It is very important that you attend this meeting.  We are starting earlier this year.  Bring a friend.  See Coach Dow if you have any questions.

 

 Herpetology Club is going donut crazy and will be selling donuts AGAIN this Friday, 1/24 and next Friday, 1/31 before school outside the pool area. Remember to bring your cash and get as many donuts as you want for just $1 each!

You’ve heard about the drone strikes.  You’ve seen the WWIII memes.  Join race and Diversity Club tomorrow, after school in room C309; for a discussion about the current US conflict with Iran.  How did this all start?  Where are we headed? Come and discuss with peers and teachers.  That’s, tomorrow Jan. 23 after school in C309.  Refreshments will be served. 

 

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Cheesy Bread .50¢

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice

Tuesday January 21, 2020

Addams Family Crew Nights, this week our evening Crew Nights begin!
Join us today and tomorrow from 6pm to 9pm in the Blackbox Theater to begin building the actual set.  Thursday we will meet from 3pm to 5pm in the Shop to work on set detail.  This week we will be creating the trees for the set.  Hope to see you there.

All current and new National Honor Society members, our next meeting is tomorrow after school in Lecture Hall 1.  We will be welcoming our new members and discussing our upcoming induction ceremony.  Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

  

Attention Opera Lovers, the next meeting for the Opera Club is today at 3:10 in room A-203.  She is beautiful, she is provocative, she is a two-timer, she is a troublemaker, and she sings one of the most recognized pieces of music in all of Opera.  She is CARMEN, composed by George Bizet.

Come to our meeting and catch the excitement!!  Today in room A-203 right after school.

  

Attention seniors:  The yearbook staff is currently looking for “senior memory” pictures for this year’s edition of the Cinema.  If you have any great pictures of you and your friends from pre-school through middle school, please get them to Mr. Ebner in room B207.  Photos can be either digital or print.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Chipotle Wrap $3.50

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $3.00 per Slice