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21-22 Announcements

Friday 12/3/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only
    available for students whose computers are being repaired. We do not have
    extra Chromebooks to lend to students who have forgotten their Chromebooks.
    Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • Auditions for the Spring Musical, “Songs for a New World” will be on Tuesday,
    December 14th & Wednesday, December 15th after school in the Civic Auditorium. Join
    the Google Classroom for vocal audition cuts, audition info, and practice tracks.
    Information can also be found outside of the choir room! Google Classroom code:
    2czvhvr
  • We hear that there is a fierce competition going on among the C building first floor
    classrooms! Let’s give them a run for their money! Judging will take place next
    Tuesday, December 7 and we will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on
    Friday, December 10. Good Luck!
  • Save the date!! The senior class will be hosting a talent show on February
    17, 2022 at 6pm.
    Do you have a talent?! If you are interested in participating, talent show
    auditions, (anyone may audition, all students and staff), will be held on Tuesday,
    December 7 beginning at 3:15pm in the cafeteria. Please see Mrs. Gentry or Mrs.
    Drost in the School-Counseling Department to sign up for a time slot.
  • LHS, please be reminded that you are responsible for bringing your own reusable
    mask to school each day. We do have disposable masks in the rare occasion you
    forget yours but it should not be a daily occurrence. Last month we distributed over
    11,000 masks, which is costly and hurts the environment when they are thrown away.
    Show off your creativity and personality by wearing your individual mask.
  • Let’s eat Chipotle for a cause and support our senior class! We need your
    help with fundraising for Prom this year! Next Monday, December 6, the senior
    class will be hosting a fundraiser through Chipotle on Detroit Avenue from 4-
    8pm. Please be sure to show the flyer to the cashier when checking out or use
    code YZZ8LFC for online orders.
  • If you are a senior girl planning to attend Ohio University and have a minimum
    cumulative GPA of 3.5, you qualify to apply for the Ohio University Women's Club of
    Greater Cleveland Freshman Scholarship. This is a partial to full tuition scholarship. It
    is listed in Naviance or you can pick up a hard copy outside of the Guidance office.
    Deadline is Feb. 1, 2022.
  • The Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Trade School & College Scholarship is a
    $1000 per year scholarship for up to 4 years.
    If you have a 3.0 cumulative GPA and plan to be a full time student next year, you
    can pick up an application outside of the Guidance office or find the application
    in Naviance. Deadline is March 1, 2022.
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic
    events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our
    Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials,
    visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of
    attending athletic events.
  • Happy Holidays LHS! Next week is HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK! Deck your festive
    gear to celebrate the season!

    • Monday, Dec 6
      HOLIDAY PAJAMA DAY
      Tuesday, Dec 7
      CHARACTER DAY
      Wednesday, Dec 8
      HOLIDAY COLORS DAY
      Thursday, Dec 9
      COZY DAY
      Friday, Dec 10
      FESTIVE SWEATER DAY

Thursday 12/2/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Join Art Club after school today from 3:15 to 4:30 in room B206 as we celebrate
    Bob Ross by following a painting tutorial. Hot chocolate will be provided!
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only
    available for students whose computers are being repaired. We do not have
    extra Chromebooks to lend to students who have forgotten their Chromebooks.
    Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • Auditions for the Spring Musical, “Songs for a New World” will be on Tuesday,
    December 14th & Wednesday, December 15th after school in the Civic Auditorium. Join
    the Google Classroom for vocal audition cuts, audition info, and practice tracks.
    Information can also be found outside of the choir room! Google Classroom code:
    2czvhvr
  • Today is the day! Join Race and Diversity after school in C309. Whatever
    your gender identity, come and learn about the experience and worldview of
    others. Ask questions, share stories, teach and learn from your peers. Hope to
    see you there!!!
  • The doors are coming along nicely…keep up the creativity! You have until next
    Monday, December 6 to decorate the doors! (A certain teacher who shall remain nameless
    asked for an extra day.) Judging will take place next Tuesday, December 7 and we will
    announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on Friday, December 10. Good Luck!
  • Save the date!! The senior class will be hosting a talent show on February
    17, 2022 at 6pm.
    Do you have a talent?! If you are interested in participating, talent show
    auditions, (anyone may audition, all students and staff), will be held on Tuesday,
    December 7 beginning at 3:15pm in the cafeteria. Please see Mrs. Gentry or Mrs.
    Drost in the School-Counseling Department to sign up for a time slot.
  • LHS, please be reminded that you are responsible for bringing your own reusable
    mask to school each day. We do have disposable masks in the rare occasion you
    forget yours but it should not be a daily occurrence. Last month we distributed over
    11,000 masks, which is costly and hurts the environment when they are thrown away.
    Show off your creativity and personality by wearing your individual mask.
  • Let’s eat Chipotle for a cause and support our senior class! We need your
    help with fundraising for Prom this year! Next Monday, December 6, the senior
    class will be hosting a fundraiser through Chipotle on Detroit Avenue from 4-
    8pm. Please be sure to show the flyer to the cashier when checking out or use
    code YZZ8LFC for online orders.
  • Happy Holidays LHS! Next week is HOLIDAY SPIRIT WEEK! Deck your festive
    gear to celebrate the season!

Wednesday 12/1/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Walking Taco – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Join Art Club after school tomorrow from 3:15 to 4:30 in room B206 as we celebrate Bob Ross by following a painting tutorial. Hot chocolate will be provided!
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only available for students whose computers are being repaired. We do not have extra Chromebooks to lend to students who have forgotten their Chromebooks. Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • Auditions for the Spring Musical, “Songs for a New World” will be on Tuesday, December 14 th & Wednesday, December 15 th after school in the Civic Auditorium. Join the Google Classroom for vocal audition cuts, audition info, and practice tracks. Information can also be found outside of the choir room! Google Classroom code: 2czvhvr
  • Join Race and Diversity tomorrow for a discussion on issues that affect the transgender community. Regardless of your gender identity, come and listen to the experiences of others in an effort to make LHS welcoming to all students. We also continue Transgender Awareness week with a look at the Nonbinary Pride Flag — Kye Rowan created the nonbinary pride flag, with its yellow, white, purple, and black horizontal stripes, in 2014. The yellow stripe represents people whose gender exists outside of the binary, the white stripe, people with many or all genders, the purple, people with genders considered a mix of male and female, and the black people who identify as not having a gender.
  • How are those doors coming along? You have until next Monday, December 6 to decorate the doors! (A certain teacher who shall remain nameless asked for an extra day.) Judging will take place next Tuesday, December 7 and we will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on Friday, December 10. Good Luck!
  • Save the date!! The senior class will be hosting a talent show on February 17, 2022 at 6pm. Do you have a talent?! If you are interested in participating, talent show auditions, (anyone may audition, all students and staff), will be held on Tuesday, December 7 beginning at 3:15pm in the cafeteria. Please see Mrs. Gentry or Mrs. Drost in the School-Counseling Department to sign up for a time slot.
  • Let’s eat Chipotle for a cause and support our senior class! We need your help with fundraising for Prom this year! Next Monday, December 6, the senior class will be hosting a fundraiser through Chipotle on Detroit Avenue from 4-8pm. Please be sure to show the flyer to the cashier when checking out or use code YZZ8LFC for online orders. For online orders to count towards the fundraiser, they must be placed for pickup only from the restaurant location of, and during the hours of, the fundraiser. Delivery orders and gift cards do not qualify. $150 minimum event sales required to receive any donation.
  • LHS, please be reminded that you are responsible for bringing your own
    reusable mask to school each day. We do have disposable masks in the rare
    occasion you forget yours but it should not be a daily occurrence. Last month
    we distributed over 11,000 masks, which is costly and hurts the environment
    when they are thrown away. Show off your creativity and personality by wearing
    your individual mask.

Tuesday 11/30/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Join Art Club after school this Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30 in room B206 as we celebrate Bob Ross by following a painting tutorial. Hot chocolate will be provided!
  • Here’s another Scholarship opportunity for all of you Seniors! More information and the application for the Ohio Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs Scholarships are posted on the School Counseling Department’s Senior Google Classroom and in Naviance. Deadline to apply is today by 5:00 pm.
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only available for students whose computers are being repaired. We do not have extra Chromebooks to lend to students who have forgotten their Chromebooks. Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • Auditions for the Spring Musical, “Songs for a New World” will be on Tuesday, December 14 th & Wednesday, December 15th after school in the Civic Auditorium. Join the Google Classroom for vocal audition cuts, audition info, and practice tracks. Information can also be found outside of the choir room! Google Classroom code: 2czvhvr
  • Join Race and Diversity in Celebrating Trans-Awareness Week. We will be meeting this Thursday, December 2 in room C309 after school to learn more. In addition, each day this week we will introduce one of the many flags used by the transgender community to symbolize group and individual identities. Today’s Flag is the Genderfluid Pride Flag — JJ Poole created this flag in 2012. It has five horizontal stripes: pink for femininity, blue for masculinity, purple for both masculinity and femininity, black for the lack of gender, and white for all genders. Race and Diversity Club hopes to see you Thursday for a discussion of issues affecting the Transgender community!
  • How is the door decorating going? You only have until the end of this week to get the doors decorated! Judging will take place next Tuesday, December 7 and we will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on Friday, December 10. Good Luck!
  • Save the date!! The senior class will be hosting a talent show on February 17, 2022 at 6pm.
  • Do you have a talent?! If you are interested in participating, talent show auditions, (anyone may audition, all students and staff), will be held on Tuesday, December 7 beginning at 3:15pm in the cafeteria. Please see Mrs. Gentry or Mrs. Drost in the
    School-Counseling Department to sign up for a time slot.
  • Let’s eat Chipotle for a cause and support our senior class! We need your help with fundraising for Prom this year! Next Monday, December 6, the senior class will be hosting a fundraiser through Chipotle on Detroit Avenue from 4-8pm. Please be sure to show the flyer to the cashier when checking out or use code YZZ8LFC for online orders. For online orders to count towards the fundraiser, they must be placed for pickup only from the restaurant location of, and during the hours of, the fundraiser. Delivery orders and gift cards do not qualify. $150 minimum event sales required to receive any donation.
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.

Monday 11/29/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mac & Cheese – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Join Art Club after school this Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30 in room B206 as we celebrate Bob Ross by following a painting tutorial. Hot chocolate will be provided!
  • Here’s another Scholarship opportunity for all of you Seniors! More information and the application for the Ohio Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs Scholarships are posted on the School Counseling Department’s Senior Google Classroom and in Naviance. Deadline to apply is tomorrow by 5:00 pm.
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only available for students whose computers are being repaired. We do not have extra Chromebooks to lend to students who have forgotten their Chromebooks. Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • Auditions for the Spring Musical, “Songs for a New World” will be on Wednesday, December 15 th after school in the Civic Auditorium. Join the Google Classroom for vocal audition cuts, audition info, and practice tracks. Information can also be found outside of the choir room! Google Classroom code: 2czvhvr
  • Join Race and Diversity in Celebrating Trans-Awareness Week. We will be meeting on Thursday, December 2 in room C309 after school to learn more. In addition, each day this week we will introduce one of the many flags used by the transgender community to symbolize group and individual identities.
    Today’s Flag is the most prominent transgender flag design: the “Transgender Pride Flag.” It was created by American trans woman Monica Helms in 1999. The flag’s design consists of five horizontal stripes: two light blue, two pink, and one white in the center. Helms describes the meaning of the transgender pride flag as follows:
    “The stripes at the top and bottom are light blue, the traditional color for baby boys. The stripes next to them are pink, the traditional color for baby girls. The stripe in the middle is white, for those who are transitioning or consider themselves having a neutral or undefined gender.” Race and Diversity Club hopes to see you Thursday!
  • Hey everyone! Today is the day to start decorating those doors! You have until the end of this week to get the doors decorated! Judging will take place next Tuesday, December 7 and we will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on Friday, December 10. Good Luck!

Tuesday 11/23/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    • Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice

Listen up homerooms, the National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays”
campaign is well underway. Mr. Burgess’ homeroom has taken the lead today and oh
no, Mr. Heslep’s homeroom has fallen to 2nd place and still in 3rd place is Mrs.
Severino’s homeroom in 4th place is Ms. Costello’s homeroom and in 5th place is Mr.
Cammock’s homeroom. As of right now, we have 26 homerooms entered into the
raffle for the second doughnut party. We are so very close to raising our goal of
$1800.00, let’s try to make a record donation this year.
Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change or you may
come to the Bookroom and use a credit card for your donation. The homeroom that
raises the most money will win a pizza party compliments of Mr. Walter! The second
place prize is a doughnut party; then any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be
entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear
which homeroom is in the lead.
And let’s not forget the main reason we are running this campaign…all of the proceeds
from this collection will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many
programs they offer in our community. Thanks for supporting a great cause!

The United States Naval Academy will have a Midshipman from our area to
visit with anyone interested. This special visit is today at 11:20am in the LRC. If
you have any questions please stop by Guidance.

  • Here’s another Scholarship opportunity for all of you Seniors! More information
    and the application for the Ohio Association of Administrators of State and Federal

Education Programs Scholarships are posted on the School Counseling Department’s
Senior Google Classroom and in Naviance. Deadline to apply is November 30th by 5:00
pm.

  • Are you interested in the serving in the United Sates Army? Come to an
    informational session on Monday November 29 in the Career-Tech conference
    room periods 5, 6 & 7.
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements!
    • Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November
      23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They
      can be purchased on the Jostens.com.
    • The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their
      given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented
      correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by
      your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a
      chosen name.
      The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Please be reminded that loaner Chromebooks from the LRC are only
    available for students whose computers are in need of repair. We do not have
    enough extra Chromebooks to students who have forgotten theirs at home.
    Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook each day.
  • There is a meeting after school today in the cafeteria for intramural basketball also
    called Nimba. This is for students who want to play basketball but did not make the
    High School team.
  • Lakewood City Schools Community Recreation & Education Intramural Basketball
    • High School students not participating on their high school basketball
      team.
      Games are played on Saturdays, at Garfield Middle School.
      League meeting today, November 23, after school in the Cafeteria.
    • For more information contact the Lakewood Recreation Department at 216-529-4081 or visit
      www.lakewoodrecreation.com
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at
    athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and
    support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative
    comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you
    will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • Hey everyone! Let’s get this year’s Holiday Spirit started by decorating your
    classroom doors for the Holidays, just let your imagination flow! You will have 1 week
    to decorate beginning next Monday, 11/29 through Friday, 12/3 and judging will take
    place on Tuesday 12/7/2021. We will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on
    Friday 12/10/2021.
  • The US Navy will be here today during all lunch periods.

Monday 11/22/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Listen up homerooms, the National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays” campaign is well underway; to date we have collected over $1,515.55. The 1st place homeroom for the 5th day in a row is Mr. Heslep’s! Mr. Burgess’ homeroom is still in 2nd and just a few bucks behind Mr. Heslep’s homeroom and in 3 rd place today is Mrs. Severino’s homeroom. Mrs. Severino’s homeroom is slowly but surely catching up to Mr. Burgess. And having a really big day on Friday in 4th place is Ms. Costello’s homeroom. As of right now, we have 23 homerooms entered into the raffle for the second doughnut party.
    Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change or you may come to the Bookroom and use a credit card for your donation. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will win a pizza party compliments of Mr. Walter! The second place prize is a doughnut party; then any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. And let’s not forget the main reason we are running this campaign…all of the proceeds
    from this collection will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • Are you looking for a way to warm your bones on these cold autumn days while also warming your heart? Join us in the cafeteria before first period tomorrow to purchase a cup of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream for just $1.00. All proceeds will be donated to the Hope for the Holidays campaign to help Gigi’s Playhouse.
  • The United States Naval Academy will have a Midshipman from our area to visit with anyone interested. This special visit is tomorrow at 11:20am in the LRC. If you have any questions please stop by Guidance.
  • Here’s another Scholarship opportunity for all of you Seniors! More information and the application for the Ohio Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs Scholarships are posted on the School Counseling Department’s Senior Google Classroom and in Naviance. Deadline to apply is November 30th by 5:00 pm.
  • Are you interested in the serving in the United Sates Army? Come to an informational session on Monday November 29 in the Career-Tech conference room periods 5, 6 & 7.
  • Hey everyone! Let’s get this year’s Holiday Spirit started by decorating your classroom doors for the Holidays! You will have 1 week to decorate beginning next Monday, 11/29 through Friday, 12/3 and judging will take place on Tuesday 12/7/2021. We will announce the winner of the beautiful trophy on Friday 12/10/2021. The last deck-the-doors winner will not give up the trophy easily, so you had better get those creative juices flowing.

Friday 11/19/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Listen up homerooms, the National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays” campaign is well underway; to date we have collected over $1100.00. The 1st place homeroom for the 4th day in a row is Mr. Heslep’s! Mr. Burgess’ homeroom is still in
    2nd , and taking over 3rd place today is Mrs. Severino’s homeroom. Mrs. Severino’s homeroom is just pennies behind Mr. Burgess. As of today, 19 homerooms will be entered into the raffle for the second doughnut party. All of the proceeds from this collection will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will win a pizza party compliments of Mr. Walter! The second place prize is a doughnut party; then any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • 10th graders- would you like to visit a West Shore program? Come to the West Shore office and pick up a gold permission form. Have your parent sign it and we will arrange a visit. Start exploring West Shore!
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements!
    Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens.com. The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name. The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Are you looking for a way to warm your bones on these cold autumn days while also warming your heart? Join us in the cafeteria before first period on Monday & Tuesday to purchase a cup of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream for just $1.00. All proceeds will be donated to the Hope for the Holidays campaign to help Gigi’s Playhouse.
  • The United States Naval Academy will have a Midshipman from our area to visit with anyone interested. This special visit will be on Tuesday, Nov. 23rd at 11:20 in the LRC. If you have any questions please stop by Guidance.
  • If you are a senior girl planning to attend Ohio University, and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5, you qualify to apply for the Ohio University Women’s Club of Greater Cleveland Freshman Scholarship. This is a partial to full tuition scholarship. It is listed in Naviance or you can pick up a hard copy outside of the Guidance office. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2022.
  • Here’s another Scholarship opportunity for all of you Seniors! More information and the application for the Ohio Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs Scholarships are posted on the School Counseling Department’s Senior Google Classroom and in Naviance. Deadline to apply is November 30th by 5:00pm.
  • The Model UN team attended the Cleveland Council of World Affairs conference at Case Western University this week. Congratulations to the entire team on a great performance and congratulations to Shannon Katzenberger on winning best delegate, representing Austria, Collin Hunt and Isabella Fallon for winning an excellent delegation award, representing the United States, and Cassie Auck and Grace Bratko for winning an honorable mention award, representing China.

Thursday 11/18/21

  • 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
  • Listen up homerooms, the National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays”
    campaign is well underway. Today’s 1 st place homeroom for the third day in a
    row is Mr. Heslep’s, Mr. Burgess’ Homeroom is in a very close 2 nd , and taking
    over 3 rd place today is Mr. Cammock’s homeroom, they are neck & neck with Mr.
    Burgess’ homeroom. All of the proceeds from this collection will go to GiGi’s
    Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our
    community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare
    change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800.
    The homeroom that raises the most money will win a pizza party compliments of
    Mr. Walter! The second place prize is a doughnut party; then any homeroom that
    raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to
    announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for
    supporting a great cause!
  • Breaking News! There will be no donut sale tomorrow morning. We repeat,
    there will be no donut sale tomorrow. According to witnesses at the scene, the
    creature known as Bigfoot was seen absconding with the donuts late last night.
    The LHS Sasquatch Investigation Team is on the case. If you see this elusive
    creature on campus, be sure to document it with video evidence! Stay tuned for
    updates as they develop!
  • 10th graders- would you like to visit a West Shore program? Come to the
    West Shore office and pick up a gold permission form. Have your parent sign it
    and we will arrange a visit. Start exploring West Shore!
  • Join Race and Diversity in celebrating Transgender Awareness week. The
    purpose of Transgender Awareness Week is to educate about transgender and
    gender non-conforming people and the issues associated with their transition or
    identity. “Gender Identity” is one’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a
    blend of both or neither – how individuals perceive themselves and what they
    call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the same or different from their
    sex assigned at birth. Look for upcoming announcements and events!
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements!
    • Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November
      23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They
      can be purchased on the Jostens.com.
      The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their
      given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented
      correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by
      your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a
      chosen name.
      The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Are you looking for a way to warm your bones on these cold autumn days
    while also warming your heart? Join us in the cafeteria before first period
    tomorrow, Monday & Tuesday to purchase a cup of hot chocolate topped with
    whipped cream for just $1.00. All proceeds will be donated to the Hope for the
    Holidays campaign to help Gigi’s Playhouse.
  • The United States Naval Academy will have a Midshipman from our area to visit
    with anyone interested. This special visit will be on Tuesday, Nov. 23 rd at 11:20 in the
    LRC. If you have any questions please stop by Guidance.
  • The virtual college visit today is Seton Hill

Wednesday 11/17/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • The National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays” campaign is well underway. Today’s 1 st place homeroom for the second day in a row, is Mr. Heslep’s, & gaining ground in 2 nd place, is Mr. Burgess’ Homeroom, then in 3 rd place Mr. Roth’s homeroom, they had a big day yesterday. All of the proceeds from this collection will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will win a pizza party compliments of Mr. Walter! The second place prize is a doughnut party; then any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • LHS Recycles, but we have to do it correctly. Please make sure that you are only placing the following items in the BLUE Recycling Bins at LHS….paper, plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and flattened cardboard. Our recycling company does not accept glass bottles, foam cups/containers, or any food or liquids. If any of these items are placed in the recycle can it contaminates the whole can and it ends up in a landfill. Let’s do our part to keep our environment healthy and recycle only permitted items.
  • 10th graders- would you like to visit a West Shore program? Come to the West Shore office and pick up a gold permission form. Have your parent sign it and we will arrange a visit. Start exploring West Shore!
  • There will be a popcorn sale after school today in the cafeteria. One bag of popcorn is $1. Support the 9 th Grade Class and POP on over to the cafeteria after school!
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements!
    Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens.com.
    The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name.
    The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Join Race and Diversity in celebrating Transgender Awareness week. The purpose of Transgender Awareness Week is to educate about transgender and gender non-conforming people and the issues associated with their transition or identity. “Gender Identity” is one’s innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither – how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One’s gender identity can be the same or different from their sex assigned at birth. Look for upcoming announcements and events!
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Marines & CSU Instant Decision Day in the Guidance Office
      Tomorrow – Seton Hall (virtually)

Tuesday 11/16/21

  • To All Students and Staff:Students:  Any student who drives to school must have a current (2021-2022 school
    year) student-parking sticker and only park in the north parking lot beginning in row 3.
    The first two rows are for staff only.  Cars found parked with no sticker or in the staff
    rows will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice,
    the car will be towed by Kufner Towing on Ridge Rd. in Cleveland.  The towing fee is
    determined by Kufner Towing and is quite expensive.  Any student cars found parked
    in the staff parking lot behind the high school or the Fitness Center lot, will receive a
    notice and be towed.Staff:  All staff driving to work must have a Staff parking sticker on their windshield.
    Staff parking stickers are obtained through Human Resources.  Cars found parked in
    the staff parking lot, with no sticker, will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same
    car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing.  Any staff
    member’s car found parked in the Fitness Center lot, without written permission from
    the Coordinator of Community Recreation and Education Department, will receive a
    parking violation notice.  A second parking notice will result in the car being towed by
    Kufner Towing.
  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Bosco Pretzel – .75¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Yesterday was the first day of collecting for the National Honor Society’s “Hope for the Holidays” campaign and Mr. Heslep’s homeroom is in the lead by a wide margin. All of the proceeds from this collection will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will earn a donut party! In addition, any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • Is it possible for humans to truly understand the experiences of others? Join Race and diversity for our 2021-2022 kickoff meeting, and discuss the power of empathy in creating a great community here at Lakewood High School. We will meet after school today in room C309. We hope to see you there!
  • LHS Recycles, but we have to do it correctly. Please make sure that you are only placing the following items in the BLUE Recycling Bins at LHS….paper, plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and flattened cardboard. Our recycling company does not accept glass bottles, foam cups/containers, or any food or liquids. If any of these items are placed in the recycle can it contaminates the whole can and it ends up in a landfill. Let’s do our part to keep our environment healthy and recycle only permitted items.
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements! Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens.com. The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name.
    The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – U.S. Navy
      Tomorrow – Marines & CSU Instant Decision Day in the Guidance Office
      Thursday – Seton Hall (virtually)

Monday 11/15/21

  • To All Students and Staff:Students:  Any student who drives to school must have a current (2021-2022 school year) student-parking sticker and only park in the north parking lot beginning in row 3.  The first two rows are for staff only.  Cars found parked with no sticker or in the staff rows will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing on Ridge Rd. in Cleveland.  The towing fee is determined by Kufner Towing and is quite expensive.  Any student cars found parked in the staff parking lot behind the high school or the Fitness Center lot, will receive a notice and be towed.Staff:  All staff driving to work must have a Staff parking sticker on their windshield.  Staff parking stickers are obtained through Human Resources.  Cars found parked in the staff parking lot, with no sticker, will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing.  Any staff member’s car found parked in the Fitness Center lot, without written permission from the Coordinator of Community Recreation and Education Department, will receive a parking violation notice.  A second parking notice will result in the car being towed by Kufner Towing.
  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Taco Wedges – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is Today.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website TODAY.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Is it possible for humans to truly understand the experiences of others? Join Race and diversity for our 2021-2022 kickoff meeting, and discuss the power of empathy in creating a great community here at Lakewood High School. We will meet tomorrow after school in room C309. We hope to see you there!
  • 10th graders- would you like to visit a West Shore program? Come to the West Shore office and pick up a gold permission form. Have your parent sign it and we will arrange a visit. Start exploring West Shore!
  • Listen up homerooms! The Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive sponsored by the National Honor Society is back! The competition will run Monday, November 15 through Tuesday, November 23. All proceeds will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will earn a donut party! Also any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to also win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • LHS Recycles but we have to do it correctly. Please make sure that you are only placing the following items in the blue recycle bins at LHS….paper, plastic bottles, aluminum cans, and flattened cardboard. Our recycling company does not accept glass bottles, foam cups/containers, or any food or liquids. If any of these items are placed in the recycle can it contaminates the whole can and it ends up in a landfill. Let’s do our part to keep our environment healthy and recycle only permitted items.
  • Girls Indoor Track Sign-Ups Immediately After School TODAY in the Coaches Office (directly across from atheltics) Get prepared for the spring track season while participating in a varsity sport! If you cannot make the meeting: Girls- E-mail Coach Toole [email protected]
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Army
    Tomorrow – U.S. Navy
    Wednesday – Marines & CSU Instant Decision Day in the Guidance Office
    Thursday – Seton Hall (virtually)

Friday 11/12/21

  • To All Students and Staff:Students:  Any student who drives to school must have a current (2021-2022 school
    year) student-parking sticker and only park in the north parking lot beginning in row 3.
    The first two rows are for staff only.  Cars found parked with no sticker or in the staff
    rows will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice,
    the car will be towed by Kufner Towing on Ridge Rd. in Cleveland.  The towing fee is
    determined by Kufner Towing and is quite expensive.  Any student cars found parked
    in the staff parking lot behind the high school or the Fitness Center lot, will receive a
    notice and be towed.Staff:  All staff driving to work must have a Staff parking sticker on their windshield.
    Staff parking stickers are obtained through Human Resources.  Cars found parked in
    the staff parking lot, with no sticker, will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same
    car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing.  Any staff
    member’s car found parked in the Fitness Center lot, without written permission from
    the Coordinator of Community Recreation and Education Department, will receive a
    parking violation notice.  A second parking notice will result in the car being towed by
    Kufner Towing.
  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Seniors: Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria during all lunch periods TODAY, to take cap & gown orders.
  • All Performing Arts members, friends and the just curious, there will be a 2022 Barnstormer musical information meet after school today in the Choir room. Miss. Brooks will announce the show and have audition information. All are welcome to attend. What’s the Musical this year?! The answer is coming your way soon! The musical will be announced today at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater. Come on by to hear the announcement. In the meantime, check out the board outside of the choir room for hints and tips!
  • Attention all students enrolled in an AP class — if you intend to take the AP exam associated with your class, the deadline for turning in the application and payment is Monday, November 15. Any applications turned in after that date will incur a late charge of $40.
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements!
    Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens website.
    The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name.
    The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Is it possible for humans to truly understand the experiences of others? Join Race and diversity for our 2021-2022 kickoff meeting, and discuss the power of empathy in creating a great community here at Lakewood High School. We will meet next
    Tuesday, Nov. 16 after school in room C309. We hope to see you there!
  • Listen up homerooms! The Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive sponsored by the National Honor Society is back! The competition will run Monday, November 15 through Tuesday, November 23. All proceeds will go to GiGi’s Playhouse in Lakewood to support the many programs they offer in our community. Homerooms are encouraged to participate by donating any spare change. If every homeroom raises a minimum of $20 we can raise over $1,800. The homeroom that raises the most money will earn a donut party! Also any homeroom that raises at least $20 will be entered into a raffle to also win a donut party. Listen to announcements each day to hear which homeroom is in the lead. Thanks for supporting a great cause!
  • 10th graders- would you like to visit a West Shore program? Come to the West Shore office and pick up a gold permission form. Have your parent sign it and we will arrange a visit. Start exploring West Shore!
  • If you are a senior girl planning on attending Ohio University and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 you qualify to apply for the Ohio University Women’s Club of Greater Cleveland Freshman Scholarship. This is a partial to full tuition scholarship. It is listed in Naviance or you can pick up a hard copy outside of the Guidance office. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2022.
  • Girls Indoor Track Sign-Ups Monday Nov. 15 Immediately After School Coaches Office (directly across from athletics) Get prepared for the spring track season while participating in a varsity sport! If you cannot make the meeting: Girls- E-mail Coach Toole [email protected]
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • Congratulations to all the individuals who participated in dance group tryouts last night! We are excited to have you in the group and look forward to seeing you on Tuesday at 3:30.

Thursday 11/11/21

  • To All Students and Staff:Students:  Any student who drives to school must have a current (2021-2022 school year) student-parking sticker and only park in the north parking lot beginning in row 3. The first two rows are for staff only.  Cars found parked with no sticker or in the staff rows will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing on Ridge Rd. in Cleveland.  The towing fee is determined by Kufner Towing and is quite expensive.  Any student cars found parked in the staff parking lot behind the high school or the Fitness Center lot, will receive a notice and be towed.
    Staff:  All staff driving to work must have a Staff parking sticker on their windshield. Staff parking stickers are obtained through Human Resources.  Cars found parked in the staff parking lot, with no sticker, will receive a parking violation notice.  If the same car receives a second notice, the car will be towed by Kufner Towing.  Any staff member’s car found parked in the Fitness Center lot, without written permission from the Coordinator of Community Recreation and Education Department, will receive a parking violation notice.  A second parking notice will result in the car being towed by Kufner Towing.
  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, ‘I Will Change the World By…’ and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the
    admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Seniors: Tomorrow, November 12, Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • All Performing Arts members, friends and the just curious, there will be a 2022 Barnstormer musical information meet Friday after school in the Choir room. Miss. Brooks will announce the show and have audition information. All are welcome to attend. What’s the Musical this year?! The answer is coming your way soon! The musical will be announced tomorrow, November 12 at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater. Come on by to hear the announcement. In the meantime, check out the board outside of the choir room for hints and tips!
  • This is a reminder that Dance Clinic Tryouts are tonight at 3:30 pm in the Dance Room (Lecture Hall 1). You must have participated in at least one of the clinics to tryout. Please wear comfortable clothing, dance shoes, or tennis shoes. We look forward to seeing you there!
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements! Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens website.
    The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name.
    The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Is it possible for humans to truly understand the experiences of others? Join Race and diversity for our 2020-2021 kickoff meeting, and discuss the power of empathy in creating a great community here at Lakewood High School. We will meet next
    Tuesday, Nov. 16 after school in room C309. We hope to see you there!
  • Girls Indoor Track Sign-Ups Monday Nov. 15 Immediately After School Coaches Office (directly across from athletics) Get prepared for the spring track season while participating in a varsity sport! If you cannot make the meeting: Girls- E-mail Coach Toole [email protected]
  • Tomorrow’s virtual college visit is Seton Hall.

Wednesday 11/10/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Pretzels – 4/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is after school today in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the
    admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Seniors: This Friday, November 12, Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • What’s the Musical this year?! The answer is coming your way soon! The musical will be announced on Friday, November 12 at 3:15 in the Black Box Theater. Come on by to hear the announcement. In the meantime, check out the board outside of the choir room for hints and tips!
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting today right after school in the wrestling room.
  • Dance Group Clinics will be held today at 4:00 in the Dance Room (Lecture Hall 1). If you did not make the informational meeting that is okay, as long as you come to at least one clinic you can still try out. There are information packets available in the bookroom. Students must bring their completed emergency form to clinics in order to participate. Thank you for your interest in Dance Group!
  • The Yearbook has two important announcements! Seniors: if your parents would like to purchase a tribute ad, the deadline is November 23. Most of the ad space has been purchased, so get one before they’re gone! They can be purchased on the Jostens website.
    The next announcement is for any student who go by a chosen name instead of their given birth name: the yearbook staff would like to make sure you are represented correctly in the yearbook. Please fill out our Google Form if you would prefer to go by your chosen name. We are tracking emails on this form, so only submit if you have a chosen name.
    The form can be found here: https://forms.gle/5v1KBuPD2uhMrMT97
  • Is it possible for humans to truly understand the experiences of others? Join Race and diversity for our 2020-2021 kickoff meeting, and discuss the power of empathy in creating a great community here at Lakewood High School. We will meet next Tuesday, Nov. 16 after school in room C309. We hope to see you there!
  • College visits the rest of this week are:
    Today – University of Oregon (virtually)
    Friday – Seton Hall (virtually)

Tuesday 11/9/21

  • 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
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is after school tomorrow in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Seniors: This Friday, November 12, Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • All Performing Arts members, friends and the just curious, there will be a 2022 Barnstormer musical information meet Friday after school in the Choir room. Miss. Brooks will announce the show and have audition information. All are welcome to attend.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting tomorrow right after school in the wrestling room.
  • Dance Group Clinics will be held today at 3:30 and tomorrow at 4:00 in the Dance Room (Lecture Hall 1). If you did not make the informational meeting that is okay, as long as you come to at least one clinic you can still try out. There are information packets available in the bookroom. Students must bring their completed emergency form to clinics in order to participate. Thank you for your interest in Dance Group!
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials,
    visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Navy
    Tomorrow – University of Oregon (virtually)
    Friday – Seton Hall (virtually)

    • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Monday 11/8/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mini Corn Dogs – 6/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is after school this Wednesday Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the
    admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10-minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • Seniors: This Friday, November 12, Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting this Wednesday right after school in the wrestling room.
  • Dance Group Clinics will be held today at 3:30 and tomorrow at 4:00 in the Dance Room (Lecture Hall 1). If you did not make the informational meeting that is okay, as long as you come to at least one clinic you can still try out. There are information packets available in the bookroom. Students must bring their completed emergency form to clinics in order to participate. Thank you for your interest in Dance Group!
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Army
    Tomorrow – U.S. Navy
    Wednesday – University of Oregon (virtually)
    Friday – Seton Hall (virtually)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Friday 11/5/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 10 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting Wednesday, November 10th right after school in the wrestling room.
  • Seniors: Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria today during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the
    admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10 minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • If you are a senior girl planning to attend Ohio University and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5, you qualify to apply for the Ohio University Women’s Club of Greater Cleveland Freshman Scholarship. This is a partial to full tuition scholarship. It is listed in Naviance or you can pick up a hard copy outside of the Guidance office. Deadline is Feb. 1, 2022.
  • Dance Group Clinics will be held next week on Tuesday, November 9 at 3:30 and Wednesday, November 10 at 4:00 in the Dance Room (Lecture Hall 1). If you did not make the informational meeting that is okay, as long as you come to at least one clinic you can still try out. There are information packets available in the bookroom. Students must bring their completed emergency form to clinics in order to participate. Thank you for your interest in Dance Group!
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • The virtual college visit today is Columbia College Chicago.

Thursday 11/4/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    • Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 10 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting Wednesday, November 10th right after school in the wrestling room.
  • Seniors: Jostens will be here in the LHS Cafeteria tomorrow during all lunch periods to take cap & gown orders.
  • Any seniors planning to attend CSU, must complete the “Apply Now” application on the CSU website by Monday, 11/15/2021.  Do not use the Common App for Instant Decision Day. For students applying for Fall Semester 2022, the admission decision will be based on your cumulative GPA.  Cleveland State University is waiving the ACT/SAT test score requirement and the application fee. You are still encouraged to submit your ACT/SAT score for scholarship purposes. The potential CSU student must schedule a 10 minute spot during their study hall or lunch period with the Counseling Department prior to November 17, 2021 in Order to meet with Elizabeth Meadows, the CSU Representative.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Mercyhurst University
    Tomorrow – Columbia College Chicago (virtually)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Wednesday 11/3/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    • Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application, available outside of the Counselors Office, and submit via email to [email protected] by 5pm tomorrow or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (must be postmarked by tomorrow)
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 10 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • Congratulations to Teeghan McGann who finished 85th , Josie Kavc was 106th , and Charlie Payne who was 105th this past weekend at the Regional Cross Country Meet. Thank you for a great season.
  • The first Dance Group informational meeting will be held today at 3:30 pm in Lecture Hall 1. This group is for anyone who loves to dance! All styles of dance and a range of experience are welcome. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday at
    3:30 in Lecture Hall 1.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting Wednesday, November 10th right after school in the wrestling room.
  • This is a reminder to students that are planning to take the AP tests…the down payment and registration, you must turn in your registration form before you can register, is due today. The final payment for the AP tests is due on Monday, November
    15, 2021.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Seton Hill (virtually)
    • Tomorrow – Mercyhurst University
    • Friday – Columbia College Chicago (virtually)
    • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless
      stated otherwise.

Monday 11/1/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    • Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application, available outside of the Counselors Office, and submit via email to [email protected] by this Thursday, November 4th , at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (must be postmarked by this Thursday)
  • Students, it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” PTA is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 10 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • There will be an organizational meeting at 3:10pm today, for any 9 to 12 grade student interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring. We will meet outside of the weight room in the main gym. It is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing high school baseball. We’ll see you there!
  • The first Dance Group informational meeting will be held this Wednesday, November 3 at 3:30 pm in Lecture Hall 1. This group is for anyone who loves to dance! All styles of dance and a range of experience are welcome. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday at 3:30 in Lecture Hall 1.
  • If you are interested in wrestling this season, please attend the meeting Wednesday, November 10th right after school in the wrestling room.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Army & Ohio University
    Wednesday – Seton Hill (virtually)
    Thursday – Mercyhurst University
    Friday – Columbia College Chicago (virtually)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Friday 10/29/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Girls interested in running Indoor Track & Field, the season officially begins Wednesday, December 1. We are currently preseason lifting twice a week. Contact Coach Toole for more information: [email protected]
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application, available outside of the Counselors Office, and submit via email to [email protected] by
    November 4th , at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4) Exp. 11/3
  • There will be an organizational meeting at 3:10pm next Monday, November 1, for any 9 to 12 grade student interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring. We will meet outside of the weight room in the main gym. It is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing high school baseball. We’ll see you there!
  • Students, it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” PTA is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • Ohioans between the ages of 12 and 25 who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination have the chance to win one of 150 $10,000 scholarships and one of five $100,000 scholarships to an Ohio college or university for career or technical education. The entry period is open now. To learn more about this initiative or to submit an entry, visit ohiovax2school.com
  • Attention past and present French students. Le Cercle Français will be hosting “une fête d’Halloween”; immediately after school today in room A125! We will have a Halloween costume contest, games, music and candy!
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • Attention all CURRENT NHS members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, November 10 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in room A210 if you have any questions.
  • The first Dance Group Informational Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 3 at 3:30 pm in Lecture Hall 1. This group is for anyone who loves to dance! All styles of dance and a range of experience are welcome. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday at 3:30 in Lecture Hall 1.
  • Good luck tomorrow at the OHSAA Regional Cross Country meet in Boardman. Teeghan McGann and Josie Kavc run at 3pm. Charlie Payne runs at 4pm. Let’s go Rangers!!!
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • Today’s college visit is Allegheny College from 12:00pm to 1:30pm in the cafeteria.

Thursday 10/28/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Girls interested in running Indoor Track & Field, the season officially begins Wednesday, December 1. We are currently preseason lifting twice a week. Contact Coach Toole for more information: [email protected]
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application, available outside of the Counselors Office, and submit via email to [email protected] by
    November 4 th , at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4)
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Happy Halloween! Get into the Halloween spirit and wear your costume to school tomorrow. All costumes must be school appropriate. No artificial weapons, paraphernalia, or masks covering your entire face. Wear a costume and get candy when you arrive in the morning!
  • Friday mornings come get a good donut
    They’re only $1, don’t go nuts
    If your coffee is bland
    We’ll give you a hand
    Finding something to go with your Joe cup.
  • Attention past and present French students. Le Cercle Français will be hosting “une fête d’Halloween” immediately after school tomorrow in room A125! We will have a Halloween costume contest, games, music and candy!
  • Herpetology Club and Gamers Club will be selling donuts every Friday morning before school in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium. Donuts are only $1 each and they sell out fast, so make sure to get here before they’re gone!
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Cleveland State University
    Cleveland State has cancelled their visit and will instead conduct the CSU Instant
    Decision Day later in November.
    Friday – Allegheny College (12:00pm to 1:30pm)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless
    stated otherwise.

Wednesday 10/27/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Pretzels – 4/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Girls interested in running Indoor Track & Field, the season officially begins Wednesday, December 1. We are currently preseason lifting twice a week. Contact Coach Toole for more information: [email protected]
  • Photo Club will host its FIRST meeting after school today. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15-4:00 o’clock. Bring your fully charged camera phone!
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application, available outside of the Counselors Office, and submit via email to [email protected] by November 4th , at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4) Exp. 11/3
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Happy Halloween! Get into the Halloween spirit and wear your costume to school this Friday, October 29. All costumes must be school appropriate. No artificial weapons, paraphernalia, or masks covering your entire face. Wear a costume and get candy when you arrive in the morning!
  • Friday mornings come get a good donut
    They’re only $1, don’t go nuts
    If your coffee is bland
    We’ll give you a hand
    Finding something to go with your Joe cup.
  • Mock Trial will be meeting after school today in room C309. If you didn’t make the first meeting, you are still welcome to join us!! Come find out what this year’s case is going to be. All are welcome!
  • Attention past and present French students. Le Cercle Français will be hosting “une fête d’Halloween” immediately after school this Friday in room A125! We will have a Halloween costume contest, games, music and candy!
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Navy & John Carroll University (11:20am to 12:40pm)
    Tomorrow – Cleveland State University
    Friday – Allegheny College (12:00pm to 1:30pm)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Tuesday 10/26/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Girls interested in running Indoor Track & Field, the season officially begins Wednesday, December 1. We are currently preseason lifting twice a week. Contact Coach Toole for more information: [email protected]
  • Photo Club will host its FIRST meeting after school tomorrow. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15-4:00 o’clock. Bring your fully charged camera phone!
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application and submit via email to [email protected]
    by November 4th , at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4)
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to
    sign up.
  • Happy Halloween! Get into the Halloween spirit and wear your costume to school this Friday, October 29. All costumes must be school appropriate. No artificial weapons, paraphernalia, or masks covering your entire face. Wear a costume and get candy when you arrive in the morning!
  • EM-Power is having a guest speaker today. Tabitha Baker from Lakewood’s Sacred Hour Wellness Spa will be speaking about owning a small business as an independent woman and how to take care of yourself. Meeting will be held in the civic
    auditorium after school from 3:10 to 4:00. Hope to see you there!
  • Friday mornings come get a good donut
    They’re only $1, don’t go nuts
    If your coffee is bland
    We’ll give you a hand
    Finding something to go with your Joe cup.
  • Mock Trial will be meeting after school tomorrow in room C309. If you didn’t make the first meeting, you are still welcome to join us!! Come find out what this year’s case is going to be. All are welcome!
  • Attention past and present French students. Le Cercle Français will be hosting “une fête d’Halloween” immediately after school this Friday in room A125! We will have a Halloween costume contest, games, music and candy!
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – North Coast College
    Tomorrow – Navy & John Carroll University (11:20am to 12:40pm)
    Thursday – Cleveland State University
    Friday – Allegheny College (12:00pm to 1:30pm)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria,
    unless stated otherwise.

Monday 10/25/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Taco Wedges – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet after-school today in B206 from 3:15 to 4:30pm. Bring your sketchbook for Inktober drawings.
  • Photo Club will host its FIRST meeting after school Wednesday, October 27. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15-4:00 o’clock. Bring your fully charged camera phone!
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application and submit via email to [email protected] by November 4, 2021 at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4/2021)
  • Students, it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” PTA is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • Attention all boys interested in playing basketball at Lakewood High School this season. There will be a brief informational meeting today @ 3:05 pm in the gym, followed by conditioning and open gym play. For Fall Sport athletes still in season who cannot attend the meeting, you MUST come register with Coach Cammock in room C312 if you intend on trying out!
    You can come by any time.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Happy Halloween! Get into the Halloween spirit and wear your costume to school this Friday, October 29. All costumes must be school appropriate. No artificial weapons, paraphernalia, or masks covering your entire face. Wear a costume and get candy when you arrive in the morning!
  • EM-Power is having a guest speaker tomorrow. Tabitha Baker from Lakewood’s Sacred Hour Wellness Spa will be speaking about owning a small business as an independent woman and how to take care of yourself. Meeting will be held in the civic
    auditorium after school from 3:10 to 4:00. Hope to see you there!
  • Congratulations to Teeghan McGann, Josie Kavc, and Charlie Payne for qualifying to next weekend’s Regional XC Meet. Congratulations to the rest of the teams for a great season.
  • Tonight at 6pm is the start of the production team for Murder by the Book. Meet in the black box theatre.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Army & Vanderbilt University (virtually)
    Tomorrow – North Coast College
    Wednesday – Navy & John Carroll University (11:20am to 12:40pm)
    Thursday – Cleveland State University
    Friday – Allegheny College (12:00pm to 1:30pm)
  • All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.

Friday 10/22/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal
    Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game.
  • Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet after-school Monday, Oct. 25 in B206 from 3:15 to 4:30pm. Bring your sketchbook for Inktober drawings.
  • Photo Club will host its FIRST meeting after school Wednesday, October 27. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15-4:00 o’clock. Bring your fully charged camera phone!
  • Ohioans between the ages of 12 and 25 who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination have the chance to win one of 150 $10,000 scholarships and one of five $100,000 scholarships to an Ohio college or university for career or technical education. The entry period is open now. To learn more about this initiative or to submit an entry, visit ohiovax2school.com
  • Juniors! LakewoodAlive’s signature event, Light Up Lakewood, will take place on Saturday, December 4, 2021. As part of our commitment to fostering and sustaining vibrant neighborhoods, we are partnering with Avenue Home owner David Stein to provide two $500 scholarships to Lakewood residents who are high school juniors in the 2021-22 school year. This scholarship celebrates community service, pride in Lakewood, and a commitment to further strengthening the community. We are respectfully asking that each applicant complete the application and submit via email to [email protected] by November 4, 2021 at 5pm or mail to:
    LakewoodAlive
    Attn: LUL Scholarship
    14650 Detroit Avenue #LL40
    Lakewood, Ohio 44107
    (postmarked by 11/4/2021)
  • Students, it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is,” I Will Change the World By…” PTA is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. However, it is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • The University of Toledo will be here today in the cafeteria during all lunch periods.

Thursday 10/21/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal
    Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game.
  • Bowling sign ups have begun. Roll on down to C308 and pick up the registration form from Coach Smith before tomorrow.
  • Photo Club will host its FIRST meeting after school Wednesday, October 27. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15-4:00 o’clock. Bring your charged camera phone!
  • Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet after-school Monday, Oct. 25 in B206 from 3:15 to 4:30pm. Bring your sketchbook for Inktober drawings.
  • There is a monthly Barnstormer meeting after school today in The BlackBox Theater.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Youngstown State
    Tomorrow – the University of Toledo
    All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria,
    unless stated otherwise.
  • We hope that everyone remembered to wear their favorite sport or extracurricular
    apparel today!
    Tomorrow 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Wednesday 10/20/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Bread – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is after school today from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Bowling sign ups have begun. Roll on down to C308 and pick up the registration form from Coach Smith before Friday.
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal
    Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Navy & High Point University
    Tomorrow – Youngstown State
    Friday – the University of Toledo
    All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless stated otherwise.
  • This is College & Career Week:
    Today 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing your future or what you would wear to an interview
    Tomorrow 10/21: Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Tuesday 10/19/21

  • 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
  • We at Lakewood high school promote sportsmanship. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. It is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this, you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Bowling sign ups have begun. Roll on down to C308 and pick up the registration form from Coach Smith before Friday.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
  • Today – Gannon University
    Tomorrow – Navy & High Point University
    Thursday – Youngstown State
    Friday – the University of Toledo
    All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria, unless
    stated otherwise.
  • This is College & Career Week:
    Today 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
    Tomorrow 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing your future or what you would wear to an interview
    Thursday 10/21: Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Monday 10/18/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you
    think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Bowling sign ups have started. Stop by room C308 for more information.
  • Students, it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • Attention students, come support our Ranger Cheerleaders in the GLC Cheer Showcase today at Valley Forge! The cheerleading squad would love to see their classmates there. The link for tickets is https://vfathletics.com/event-tickets. Doors open at 6:00pm. PCSD has a mask mandate for all indoor events. No cash sales at the gate. Doors open – 6:00pm Event start – 7:00pm
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – U.S. Army & Pace University (virtually)
    Tomorrow – Gannon University
    Wednesday – Navy & High Point University
    Thursday – Youngstown State
    Friday – the University of Toledo
    All College & Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria,
    unless stated otherwise.
  • This is College & Career Week:
    Today 10/18: College, Career, and Military Apparel – Wear a shirt from the college you want to attend, a company you would like to work for, or a military branch you would like to enlist in
    Tuesday 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
    Wednesday 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing your future or what you would wear to an interview
    Thursday 10/21: Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Friday 10/15/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Today is picture retake day. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The photographers are located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Bowling sign ups have started. Stop by room C308 for more information.
  • Ohioans between the ages of 12 and 25 who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination have the chance to win one of 150 $10,000 scholarships and one of five $100,000 scholarships to an Ohio college or university for career or technical education. The entry period is open now. To learn more about this initiative or to submit an entry, visit ohiovax2school.com
  • We promote sportsmanship at Lakewood high school. When you are at athletic events, please cheer on our athletes. Have fun, scream, yell, cheer and support our Rangers. It is unsportsmanlike to direct negative comments to officials, visiting players and fans. If you are caught doing this you will lose the privilege of attending athletic events.
  • The Kenyon College visit to will be held virtually through Naviance
  • Next week is:
    • Monday 10/18: College, Career, and Military Apparel – Wear a shirt from the college you want to attend, a company you would like to work for, or a military branch you would like to enlist in
      Tuesday 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
      Wednesday 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing your future or what you would wear to an interview
      Thursday 10/21: Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
      Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Thursday 10/14/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture retake day is tomorrow 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The
    photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.  This is a reminder to all grades, including seniors…this Friday, October 15, is picture retake day. Even if you do not plan to purchase these pictures, please be sure to have one taken. This photo will be the one that is used in the yearbook.
    If you have already had this picture taken, then there is no need to have another
    one taken.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • H2O is looking for volunteers to assemble Halloween craft kits that will be given to children through a local charitable organization. Sign up outside the H2O Office or through Remind message to volunteer after school this Thursday, October 14 in the Cafeteria.
  • Donut worry about a thing because the donut sale is back this Friday before school! It would be pretty a-glaze-ing if you bought some for just $1 each. But, donut be jelly if they sell out fast! By the way, make sure to wear your raincoat on Friday because there is a 100% chance of sprinkles. And donut forget, everything we dough, we dough it for you.
  • This week’s college visits will be held virtually through Naviance
    Today – Michigan State University
    Friday – Kenyon College
    All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria, unless stated
    otherwise, during lunch periods.
  • Next week is: COLLEGE AND CAREER SPIRIT WEEK
    • Monday 10/18: College and Career Apparel – Wear a shirt from the college you want to attend or a company you would like to work for
    • Tuesday 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
    • Wednesday 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing a career you are interested in or what you would wear to a job interview
    • Thursday 10/21: College Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    • Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Tuesday 10/12/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is this Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby. Exp. 10/14 This is a reminder to all grades, including seniors…this Friday, October 15, is picture retake day.  Even if you do not plan to purchase these pictures, please be sure to have one taken.  This photo will be the one that is used in the yearbook.   If you have already had this picture taken, then there is no need to have another one taken.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students taking the PSAT tomorrow, Oct. 13, please remember to bring your calculators. All 10th Graders are REQUIRED
    To  Take the Exam. Failure to Attend Will Result in an Unexcused absence
    9th Graders – Do not have school
    11th Graders – May take the PSAT exam to qualify for scholarships or take the ASVAB
    12th Graders – Do not have school unless taking the ASVAB
  • Check out two of the upcoming H2O service opportunities in October. On Friday, October 15 after school, we will be spreading mulch and preparing our pollinator garden for winter, then on Saturday October 16; volunteers are needed to help at a local car show. Stop by the H2O office, E102 in the cafeteria, to sign up for these events and more on this month’s service calendar.
  • H2O is looking for volunteers to assemble Halloween craft kits that will be given to children through a local charitable organization. Sign up outside the H2O Office or through Remind message to volunteer after school this Thursday, October 14 in the Cafeteria.
  • Donut worry about a thing because the donut sale is back this Friday before school! It would be pretty a-glaze-ing if you bought some for just $1 each. But, donut be jelly if they sell out fast! By the way, make sure to wear your raincoat on Friday because there is a 100% chance of sprinkles. And donut forget, everything we dough, we dough it for you.
  • This week’s college visits will be held virtually through Naviance
    Today – New York University
    Thursday – Michigan State University
    Friday – Kenyon College
    All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria, unless stated
    otherwise, during lunch periods.
  • Next week is: COLLEGE AND CAREER SPIRIT WEEK
    • Monday 10/18: College and Career Apparel – Wear a shirt from the college you want to attend or a company you would like to work for
    • Tuesday 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
    • Wednesday 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing a career you are interested in or what you would wear to a job interview
    • Thursday 10/21: College Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    • Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and Gold to represent LHS

Monday 10/11/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mini Corn Dogs – 6/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is this Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students taking the PSAT next Wednesday, Oct. 13, please remember to bring your calculators.
  • Check out two of the upcoming H2O service opportunities in October. On Friday, October 15 after school, we will be spreading mulch and preparing our pollinator garden for winter and on Saturday October 16, volunteers are needed to help at a local car show. Stop by the H2O office, E102 in the cafeteria, to sign up for these events and more on this month’s service calendar.
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – U.S. Army
      (This week’s college visits will be held virtually through Naviance)
      Tomorrow – New York University
      Thursday – Michigan State University
      Friday – Kenyon College
      All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria, unless stated
      otherwise, during lunch periods.
  • COLLEGE AND CAREER SPIRIT WEEK
    • Monday 10/18: College and Career Apparel – Wear a shirt from the college
      you want to attend or a company you would like to work for
    • Tuesday 10/19: Your Future is Bright! – Wear neon colors
    • Wednesday 10/20: What You Want to Be – Wear an outfit representing a
      career you are interested in or what you would wear to a job interview
    • Thursday 10/21: College Sport and Extracurricular Apparel- Represent
      your favorite sport or extracurricular (i.e. music, theater, hobby)
    • Friday 10/22: No Place Like Home – Wear Purple and
      Gold to represent LHS

Thursday 10/7/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The
    photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting today, in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you? The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning.  ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public. Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you go into the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB.
  • Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie is after school today…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack!
    Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • It’s finally back!! LHS Mock Trial will be meeting this week. Come to room C309 after school today. No need to have done Mock trial before. All are invited to learn about this amazing club!
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you
    think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation!
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students taking the PSAT next Wednesday, Oct. 13, please remember to bring your calculators.
  • Check out two of the upcoming H2O service opportunities in October. On Friday, October 15 after school, we will be spreading mulch and preparing our pollinator garden for winter and on Saturday October 16 volunteers are needed to help at a local car show. Stop by the H2O office, E102 in the cafeteria, to sign up for these events and more on this month’s service calendar.
  • Ohioans between the ages of 12 and 25 who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination have the chance to win one of 150 $10,000 scholarships and one of five $100,000 scholarships to an Ohio college or university for career or technical education. The entry period is open now. To learn more about this initiative or to submit an entry, visit ohiovax2school.com
  • College visit is the University of Dayton. All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria during lunch periods.

Wednesday 10/6/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Pretzels – 4/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The
    photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is tomorrow, in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?  The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you go into the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected]  ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie is after school tomorrow…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack! Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • The first Watters Science Seminar is tomorrow during 1st and 2nd periods in Lecture Hall 1. Be sure to drop off your permission slip to A307 by the end of the day tomorrow!
  • It’s finally back!! LHS Mock Trial will be meeting this week. Come to room C309 after school tomorrow. No need to have done Mock trial before. All are invited to learn about this amazing club!
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal
    Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation!
  • Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members: Our next meeting is Wednesday, October 20 after school from 3-4 pm. We will meet in the art atrium to paint pumpkins for local nursing homes. Remember to bring a small pumpkin to paint. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students taking the PSAT next Wednesday, Oct. 13, please remember to bring your calculators.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Navy & the University of Mount Union
    • Tomorrow – the University of Dayton
    • All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria during lunch periods.

Tuesday 10/5/21

  • 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
  • Picture re-take day is Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie is this Thursday …after school…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack! Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • The first Watters Science Seminar is this Thursday during 1st and 2nd periods in Lecture Hall 1. Be sure to drop off your permission slip to A307 by the end of the day tomorrow!
  • It’s finally back!! LHS Mock Trial will be meeting this week. Come to room C309 this Thursday after school. No need to have done Mock trial before. All are invited to learn about this amazing club!
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • In an effort to keep events at First Federal Lakewood Stadium as safe as possible for students and community members, moving forward, student backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at First Federal Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation!
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Tri-C
    Tomorrow – Navy & the University of Mount Union
    Thursday- the University of Dayton
    All College & Military visits are conducted in the cafeteria during lunch periods.

Monday 10/4/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mac & Cheese – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie is this Thursday …after school…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack! Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • Students interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, stop by the athletic office to sign up.
  • Art Club & National Art Honor Society will be meeting TODAY after school in B206 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm.
  • It’s finally back!! LHS Mock Trial will be meeting this week. Come to room C309 this Thursday after school. No need to have done Mock trial before. All are invited to learn about this amazing club!
  • Do you want to give back? Do you want to help women who need some assistance? Then please donate for EM-Power’s feminine hygiene drive! Donate any feminine hygiene products, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc! Anything you think you can give please do! Donations will be collected in the LHS Health Center and distributed to students at LHS, Garfield, and Harding.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Army & George Mason University (virtual through Naviance)
    Tomorrow – Tri-C
    Wednesday – Navy & the University of Mount Union
    Thursday- the University of Dayton
    All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods in the cafeteria.

Friday 10/1/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Picture re-take day is Friday 10/15. Prestige Portraits will be here to take senior yearbook pictures from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM & from 1:00 to 2:00 PM. Ripcho will be here from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM to take grades 9 to 11 and Staff pictures. The
    photographers will be located in the Civic Auditorium Lobby.
  • Have you thought about a job in the Construction and Building Trades, but didn’t know how to start? The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council is putting on an Apprenticeship Fair Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 6pm-7:30pm. At: The Pipefitters Local 120 6305 Halle Drive Cleveland, OH 44125 Learn about career opportunities in: Brick Layers – Carpentry – Cement Masons – Electrical Workers – Glaziers – Heat and Frost Insulators – Iron Workers – Laborers – Painters – Pipefitters – Plumbers – Roofers and Waterproofers. Masks Are Required
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, October 7 in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie day will be Thursday 10/7 …after school…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack! Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • The Girls and Boys XC Varsity Teams and seniors are heading to Rochester New York today. They will be competing at the McQuaid Invitational tomorrow. This is the nation’s largest high school-sponsored XC meet. There will be over 6,000 runners and over 200 teams from around the country and Canada. Good Luck to all and “May the course be with you.” … GO RANGERS!
  • Come help H2O harvest the last of this year’s produce from our vegetable garden at Madison Park today after school. All our produce goes to the local food pantry. Its a beautiful day to work outside and provide healthy food for Lakewood families. All LHS students are invited to volunteer at H2O events, just make sure to sign up at the H2O office, E102 in the cafeteria.

Thursday 9/30/21

  • 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
  • Have you thought about a job in the Construction and Building Trades, but didn’t know how to start? The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council is putting on an Apprenticeship Fair: Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 6pm-7:30pm.
    At: Pipefitters Local 120 6305 Halle Drive Cleveland, OH 44125 Learn about career opportunities in: Brick Layers – Carpentry – Cement Masons – Electrical Workers – Glaziers – Heat and Frost Insulators – Iron Workers – Laborers – Painters – Pipefitters – Plumbers – Roofers and Waterproofers. Masks Are Required
  • Back by popular demand, donuts are once again just $1 each! Stop by and get your Friday morning donuts on your way to class. The Donut Sale will be set up in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium before school. Get ’em while they last.
  • Herpetology Club will meet after school today in room C111. New members are welcome, email Mr. Streets for details or just stop on by!
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, October 7 in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • If you are 18 years old, or will be before November 2 of this year, and a U.S. citizen you are eligible to register to vote. Voter registration will take place during lunch periods in the cafeteria today. Questions? See Mr. Lewis in room C311.
  • Attention all past and present French students: Le Cercle Français (French Club): Our first movie day will be Thursday 10/7 …after school…Madame Braquet’s room A125! It will be a Halloween themed movie..in French (with subtitles)…bring a snack! Please join our Google Classroom to stay up to date on our club’s activities! The code is: 4rctpl5.
  • The college visit today is University of Northwestern Ohio in the LRC during lunch periods.

Wednesday 9/29/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Have you thought about a job in the Construction and Building Trades, but didn’t know how to start? The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council is putting on an Apprenticeship Fair: Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 6pm-7:30pm. At: Pipefitters Local 120 6305 Halle Drive Cleveland, OH 44125 Learn about career opportunities in: Brick Layers – Carpentry – Cement Masons – Electrical Workers – Glaziers – Heat and Frost Insulators – Iron Workers – Laborers – Painters – Pipefitters – Plumbers – Roofers and Waterproofers. Masks Are Required
  • Back by popular demand, donuts are once again just $1 each! Stop by and get your Friday morning donuts on your way to class. The Donut Sale will be set up in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium before school. Get ’em while they last.
  • Herpetology Club will meet after school tomorrow in room C111. New members are welcome, email Mr. Streets for details or just stop on by!
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, October 7 in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • JUNIORS interested in a career in Nursing, The ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic and Howley Foundation will be here today in the LRC during all lunch periods. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this career and scholarship.
  • If you are 18 years old, or will be before November 2 of this year, and a U.S. citizen you are eligible to register to vote. Voter registration will take place during lunch periods in the cafeteria today and tomorrow. Questions? See Mr. Lewis in room C311.
  • Barnstormers will be holding a meeting today in The Black Box after school to sign up for our production team. There are a number of different areas to learn about and join.
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek two deserving students who are on track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link: https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Matrix Trade Institute
      Tomorrow – University of Northwestern Ohio
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Tuesday 9/28/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Have you thought about a job in the Construction and Building Trades, but didn’t know how to start? The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council is putting on an Apprenticeship Fair: Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 6pm-7:30pm.
    At: Pipefitters Local 120 6305 Halle Drive Cleveland, OH 44125
    Learn about career opportunities in: Brick Layers – Carpentry – Cement Masons – Electrical Workers – Glaziers – Heat and
    Frost Insulators – Iron Workers – Laborers – Painters – Pipefitters – Plumbers – Roofers and Waterproofers. Masks Are Required
  • By popular demand, donuts are once again just $1 each! Stop by and get your Friday morning donuts on your way to class. The Donut Sale will be set up in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium before school. Get ’em while they last.
  • Herpetology Club will meet this Thursday after school in room C111. New members are welcome, email Mr. Streets for details or just stop on by!
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, October 7 in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • JUNIORS interested in a career in Nursing, The ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic and Howley Foundation will be here today in the LRC during all lunch periods. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this career and scholarship.
  • If you are 18 years old, or will be before November 2 of this year, and a U.S. citizen you are eligible to register to vote. Voter registration will take place during lunch periods in the cafeteria tomorrow and Thursday. Questions? See Mr. Lewis in room C311.
  • Barnstormers will be holding a meeting on Wednesday in The Black Box after school to sign up for our production team. There are a number of different areas to learn about and join.
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek two deserving students who are on track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link: https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Aspire Cleveland Clinic Nursing
    Tomorrow – Matrix Trade Institute
    Thursday – University of Northwestern Ohio
    All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
    College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Monday 9/27/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Taco Wedges – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Have you thought about a job in the Construction and Building Trades, but didn’t know how to start? The Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council is putting on an Apprenticeship Fair:
    Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021
    6pm-7:30pm.
    At: Pipefitters Local 120
    6305 Halle Drive
    Cleveland, OH 44125
    Learn about career opportunities in:
    Brick Layers – Carpentry – Cement Masons – Electrical Workers – Glaziers – Heat and
    Frost Insulators – Iron Workers – Laborers – Painters – Pipefitters – Plumbers – Roofers
    and Waterproofers – Sheet Metal Workers
    Masks Are Required
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • By popular demand, donuts are once again just $1 each! Stop by and get your Friday morning donuts on your way to class. The Donut Sale will be set up in the hallway behind the Civic Auditorium before school. Get ’em while they last.
  • Herpetology Club will meet this Thursday after school in room C111. New members are welcome, email Mr. Streets for details or just stop on by!
  • Gamers Club will have its next meeting is Thursday, October 7 in Lecture Hall 2. All future Gamers Club meetings will be held in Lecture Hall 2, so get ready for some big screen Super Smash Bros. action! Also, don’t forget to bring your signed permission slip. New members are always welcome. Email Mr. Streets for details.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • JUNIORS interested in a career in Nursing, The ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic and Howley Foundation will be here tomorrow in the LRC during your lunch period. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this career and scholarship.
  • If you are 18 years old, or will be before November 2nd of this year, and a U.S. citizen you are eligible to register to vote. Voter registration will take place during lunch periods in the cafeteria on Wednesday, September 29th and Thursday, September 30th. Questions? See Mr. Lewis in room C311.
  • The girls xc team had a great race this past Saturday in Strongsville. They were 12th out of 22 teams. Seven of the teams that beat us are State ranked and two are just just outside the top 20. We beat two State ranked teams. We were led by Teaghan McGann (31), Sadie Gregg (47), Josie Kavc (61), Helen Roche (75), Jazi Dunay (111), Anna Daso (124), and Julia Kavc (125). We had several PR’s run as well: Caleigh Nylon, Brianna Lehman, Jill King, Caroline Baas, Mishela Dajlanaj, Grace Lamparyk, and Hannah Hernandez. The guys XC team ran well @ Strongsville with solid performances across the board. Twelve guys set a new PR on Saturday with Freshmen Jack Alguer cutting 5:18 off his previous PR and Colton Moran Pring for a second straight week cutting 2:39 off his time last week.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Army & Ohio State (virtual visit)
      Tomorrow – Aspire Cleveland Clinic Nursing
      Wednesday – Matrix Trade Institute
      Thursday- University of Northwestern Ohio
      All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Friday 9/24/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Are you interested in a career in the science/math fields? The Watters Science Seminar is hosting seven speakers from different careers to talk about how they got there. This is a great way to learn from people who actually have experience in the fields you may be considering! If you are interested, look for the application link in the flyer attached to the announcement email or talk to your science teacher.
  • Attention all students. Moving forward, spectator backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at the First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation as we look to make these events as safe as possible for the Lakewood Community.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • JUNIORS interested in a career in Nursing, The ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic and Howley Foundation will be here Tuesday, Sept. 28 in the LRC during your lunch period. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this career and scholarship.
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities.
    • The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek two deserving students who are on track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students.
    • For more information and application, click the link:
    • https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland
  • The College visit today, is Ursuline College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Thursday 9/23/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Are you interested in a career in the science/math fields? The Watters Science Seminar is hosting seven speakers from different careers to talk about how they got there. This is a great way to learn from people who actually have experience in the fields you may be considering! If you are interested, look for the application link in the flyer attached to the announcement email or talk to your science teacher.
  • Attention all students. Moving forward, spectator backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at the First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation as we look to make these events as safe as possible for the Lakewood Community.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • H2O is hosting a donation-sorting event after school today. Volunteers are needed to support the homeless outreach work of Trials for Hope. The organization’s founder will be there to talk about meeting a variety of needs in the community. We will work in the cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15.
  • JUNIORS interested in a career in Nursing, The ASPIRE Nurse Scholars Program sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic and Howley Foundation will be here Tuesday, Sept. 28 in the LRC during your lunch period. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about this career and scholarship.
  • The College visit: Tomorrow is Ursuline College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Wednesday 9/22/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Walking Tacos – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00 per slice
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place after school today at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Are you interested in a career in the science/math fields? The Watters Science Seminar is hosting seven speakers from different careers to talk about how they got there. This is a great way to learn from people who actually have experience in the fields you may be considering! If you are interested, look for the application link in the flyer attached to the announcement email or talk to your science teacher.
  • Students! Please check your emails to vote for Homecoming Royalty.
  • Attention all students. Moving forward, spectator backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at the First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation as we look to make these events as safe as possible for the Lakewood Community.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?  The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public. Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • As we continue to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, did you know that the Latin and Hispanic countries include countries in South America, Central America, Mexico, Spain, and some Islands of the Caribbean? 18½% of the population in the United States is of Latin descent. President Jimmy Carter once said, “We are of course a nation of differences. Those differences do not make us weak. They’re the source of our strength.”
  • H2O is hosting a donation-sorting event after school tomorrow. Volunteers are needed to support the homeless outreach work of Trials for Hope. The organization’s founder will be there to talk about meeting a variety of needs in the community. We will work in the cafeteria starting at 3:15.
  • The LHS Environmental Club meets today after school in A315. Let’s talk about the environment.
  • Today and next Wednesday the Barnstormers are bringing together all who are interested in joining the production team for Any Number Can Die. The meetings will be held in The Black Box Theater after school.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Kent State University
    • Friday – Ursuline College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Tuesday 9/21/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Attention all students! We have an important homecoming dance reminder for you…If you are planning to take a guest from another high school; you must pick up the guest permission form from the Bookroom no later than the end of day today. It takes a couple of days to get the forms filled out by your guest & their principals and Thursday is the absolute final day to order dance tickets. The ticket sale system will automatically close on Thursday evening.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event tomorrow night at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place after school tomorrow at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Students it is time again to showcase your creativity through the PTA Reflections contest. This year’s theme is, “I Will Change the World By…” and is accepting submissions in dance, film, literature, music, photography and visual arts. Please go to PTA.org/Reflections for more information. Entry forms are available in the main office and was sent to your emails. Deadline for submissions is November 15th.
  • Are you interested in a career in the science/math fields? The Watters Science Seminar is hosting seven speakers from different careers to talk about how they got there. This is a great way to learn from people who actually have experience in the fields you may be considering! If you are interested, look for the application link in the flyer attached to the announcement email or talk to your science teacher.
  • Students! Please check your emails to vote for Homecoming Royalty.
  • Attention all students. Moving forward, spectator backpacks and drawstring bags are not permitted at any events taking place at the First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. Any backpacks or drawstring bags that are brought to an event will be turned away at the gate. Additionally, all students must remain in the student section for the duration of the game. Thank you for your cooperation as we look to make these events as safe as possible for the Lakewood Community.
  • Are you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you this Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • College & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Tomorrow – Kent State University
    • Friday – Ursuline College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
    • College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Monday 9/20/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is next Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place next Wednesday, September 22 after school at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Are you interested in a career in the science/math fields? The Watters Science Seminar is hosting seven speakers from different careers to talk about how they got there. This is a great way to learn from people who actually have experience in the fields you may be considering! If you are interested, look for the application link in the flyer attached to the announcement email or talk to your science teacher.
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Army
      Wednesday – Kent State University
      Friday – Ursuline College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods. College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Friday 9/17/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Are you interested in a STEM career? Are trying to figure out what exactly you would like to do in that field? NASA Glenn is offering an opportunity to experience a one-day virtual shadowing event, either this fall or next spring! You must apply and write a short essay with your application. Registration is open and spaces are limited! If you are interested then see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office to get all the details.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is next Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place next Wednesday, September 22 after school at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Students are not permitted to have food delivered from restaurants or third party vendors. Please know that if you have food delivered from one of these entities during the day, the delivery will be turned away because we do not have the capacity to call students out of class for food delivery.
  • Hey LHS…Did you know that President Lyndon Johnson started Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan expanded the week to cover a 30- day period starting on September 15th and ending on October 15th. Let’s celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month for the culture and history our Hispanic and Latin students bring to our school and community!
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek two deserving students who are on track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link: 2022/2023 Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland
  • Today’s College visit in the LRC is Eckerd College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.

Thursday 9/16/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet tomorrow, from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal
    of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is next Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Are you interested in a STEM career? Are trying to figure out what exactly you would like to do in that field? NASA Glenn is offering an opportunity to experience a one-day virtual shadowing event, either this fall or next spring! You must apply and write a short essay with your application. Registration is open and spaces are limited! If you are interested then see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office to get all the details.
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place next Wednesday, September 22 after school at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are selling donuts before school tomorrow, outside the pool entrance. Donuts will be $2 each and will be sold every Friday morning. Be here on time to make sure you get them before they sell out!
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Marietta College
    Tomorrow – Eckerd College

    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Wednesday 9/15/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Pretzels – 4/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • There will be a preseason meeting for students interested in joining the LHS Gymnastics Team tonight. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria with students attending at 6:00 P.M. and parents attending at 7:00 P.M. We hope to see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet tomorrow, from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is next Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Calling all Ranger Fans: Lakewood Boys Soccer needs your support tomorrow night at Garfield MS for a huge soccer match. Lakewood takes on Buckeye at 7pm. All students will be entered to win gift cards from Cane’s, Starbucks, Ohio City Burrito, and much more when they show their ID at the gate. Fall athletes get in free with sticker on ID. Student Section giveaways will also be happening for those in attendance. Spread the word and see you tonight at Garfield Middle School!
  • Are you interested in a STEM career? Are trying to figure out what exactly you would like to do in that field?
    NASA Glenn is offering an opportunity to experience a one-day virtual shadowing event, either this fall or next spring! You must apply and write a short essay with your application. Registration is open and spaces are limited! If you are interested then see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office to get all the details.
  • Auditions for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesday after school… More information can be obtained on the bulletin boards by The Black Box and The Civic Auditorium stage doors.
  • There will be a Model UN meeting after school today in room C216. We will be going over parliamentary procedure and simulations. See Ms. Kindstrand for more information or if you have any questions.
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place next Wednesday, September 22 after school at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are selling donuts this Friday before school outside the pool entrance. Donuts will be $2 each and will be sold every Friday morning. Be here on time to make sure you get them before they sell out!
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?  The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam.   Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • LET’S GET FIRED UP RANGERS!!!!! LET’S SHOW OUR SUPPORT! COME OUT FRIDAY NIGHT TO ROOT ON YOUR 4-0 RANGERS!!!! WE WILL TAKE ON NORMANDY UNDER THE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. SO, COME ON OUT !!!! LET’S GO RANGERS!!!!
  • This past Saturday the girls and boys XC Team competed at Seneca East. The Girls JV Team was led by Emma Murray with her 24th place medal finish. Our girls varsity had a night to remember led by Teegahn McGann's 10th place finish. Her time of 19:42 is the 10th fastest in School History. Followed by 33rd Josi Kavc, 35th Helen Roche, 56th Jazi Dunay, 64th Julia Kavc, 67th Anna Daso, and 72nd Mae Mohar. The girls were 8th out of 15 teams and most of the team ran their best times ever. The boys JV Team was led by Jonathan Reighard with his 39th place finish. The boys varsity team was led by Ryan Smith finishing 84th, 124th Ben Jablonowski, 128th Luke Jablonowski, 140th Michael Muzychenko, 141st Brayden Volcansek, 143rd Ronan Barley, and 153rd Turner Gilliand. This weekend we will be traveling to Boardman to take on some of the best in the State at the Spartan Invitational. Go Rangers.
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Tiffin University
      Tomorrow – Marietta College
      Friday – Eckerd College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Tuesday 9/14/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • There will be a preseason meeting for students interested in joining the LHS Gymnastics Team tomorrow. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria with students attending at 6:00 P.M. and parents attending at 7:00 P.M. We hope to see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet this Thursday, from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is next Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Calling all Ranger Fans: Lakewood Boys Soccer needs your support tomorrow night at Garfield MS for a huge soccer match. Lakewood takes on Buckeye at 7pm. All students will be entered to win gift cards from Cane’s, Starbucks, Ohio City Burrito, and much more when they show their ID at the gate. Fall athletes get in free with sticker on ID. Student Section giveaways will also be happening for those in attendance. Spread the word and see you tomorrow night at Garfield MS!
  • Are you interested in a STEM career? Are trying to figure out what exactly you would like to do in that field? NASA Glenn is offering an opportunity to experience a one-day virtual shadowing event, either this fall or next spring! You must apply and write a short essay with your application. Registration is open and spaces are limited! If you are interested then see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office to get all the details.
  • Auditions for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesday after school.. More information can be obtained on the bulletin boards by The Black Box and The Civic Auditorium stage doors.
  • There will be a Model UN meeting after school this Wednesday in room C216. We will be going over parliamentary procedure and simulations. See Ms. Kĭndstrand for more information or if you have any questions.
  • Attention all current National Honor Society members: Our first meeting of the school year will take place next Wednesday, September 22 after school at 3:00 pm in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are selling donuts this Friday before school outside the pool entrance. Donuts will be $2 each and will be sold every Friday morning. Be here on time to make sure you get them before they sell out!
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Notre Dame College
      Tomorrow – Tiffin University
      Thursday – Marietta College
      Friday – Eckerd College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods. College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Monday 9/13/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mini Corn Dogs – 6/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • There will be a preseason meeting for students interested in joining the LHS Gymnastics Team this Wednesday. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria with students attending at 6:00 P.M. and parents attending at 7:00 P.M. We hope to see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet this Thursday, from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop is after school today at 3:00pm in the Cafeteria. The workshop will last 45 minutes.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event is this Wednesday at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Calling all Ranger Fans: Lakewood Boys Soccer needs your support this Wednesday night at Garfield MS for a huge soccer match. Lakewood takes on Buckeye at 7pm. All students will be entered to win gift cards from Cane’s, Starbucks, Ohio City Burrito, and much more when they show their ID at the gate. Fall athletes get in free with sticker on ID. Student Section giveaways will also be happening for those in attendance. Spread the word and see you Wednesday Night at Garfield MS!
  • Are you interested in a STEM career? Are trying to figure out what exactly you would like to do in that field? NASA Glenn is offering an opportunity to experience a one-day virtual shadowing event, either this fall or next spring! You must apply and write a short essay with your application. Registration is open and spaces are limited! If you are interested then see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office to get all the details.
  • Auditions for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesday after school.. More information can be obtained on the bulletin boards by The Black Box and The Civic Auditorium stage doors.
  • There will be a Model UN meeting after school this Wednesday in room C216. We will be going over parliamentary procedure and simulations. See Ms. Kĭndstrand for more information or if you have any questions.
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    • Today – Army
      Tomorrow – Notre Dame College
      Wednesday – Tiffin University
      Thursday – Marietta College
      Friday – Eckerd College
    • All College and Military visits are conducted during lunch periods.
      College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway.

Friday 9/10/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Audition information meetings for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesday and Thursday in The Black Box starting at 3:15. Everyone is welcome to audition you do not have to be a Barnstormer. If you cannot make a meeting, information packets will be on the bulletin board by The Black Box.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Tomorrow, H2O Volunteers are walking in the NAMI Walks Your Way event to support mental health and wellness. Buy a ticket during lunches for your chance to win a Mystery Gift Box full of gift cards and other great items to support the team. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. All proceeds from the raffle will go to the Greater Cleveland chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health. Tickets can also be purchased in the H2O office during and after the school day. Each day this week, we will reveal one item in the Mystery Box Raffle box. Today’s Mystery Box item reveal is a GET GO gift card.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years!
  • Herpetology Club will meet on Thursday, Sept.16 from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop will be held Monday, Sept. 13 at 3:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria. The workshop will last 45 minutes.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event on Wednesday, September 22 at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all juniors — the PSAT is not just good practice for the SAT, but is also the first step in becoming a National Merit Finalist for scholarship money. Each year, about 1.6 million students take the PSAT. Of the juniors who take the exam, about 16,000 earn scores that qualify them as Semifinalists (that’s around 1%). This group is narrowed down to 15,000, who become Finalists. Of this group, about 7,500 are awarded scholarships of $2,500 a year (that can be renewed each year you’re in college). This is in addition to the merit scholarships provided to the students by colleges who aggressively compete for National Merit Finalists. If you are interested in taking the PSAT in October, please complete the registration form in your school email today.

Thursday 9/9/21

  • Good morning! Superintendent Niedzwiecki has declared Friday, September 10
    Browns Spirit Day! Students and staff are encouraged to wear their favorite Browns
    gear or brown and orange. No Browns wear? Wear your purple and gold to support our
    Rangers, who take on Rocky River tomorrow night!
  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The LHS Barnstormer Drama Club wants you to mark your calendars for November 11 thru November 13 when we present Frank Carmichael’s “Any Number Can Die”. Stay tuned for more information!
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • H2O just added another opportunity for service. Come help in our pollinator garden at Madison Park after school tomorrow. Sign up at the H2O Office, E102 in the cafeteria.
  • This Saturday H2O Volunteers are walking in the NAMIWalks Your Way event to support mental health and wellness. Buy a ticket during lunches for your chance to win a Mystery Gift Box full of gift cards and other great items to support the team. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. All proceeds from the raffle will go to the Greater Cleveland chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health. Tickets can also be purchased in the H2O office during and after the school day. Each day this week, we will reveal one item in the Mystery Box Raffle box. Today’s Mystery Box item reveal is a brand new Ranger Hat
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet on Thursday, Sept.16 from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Do you care about the environment? Do you want to do your part to help save the planet? Maybe it’s as simple as picking up a piece of garbage in the hallway, or knowing your recyclables. Then take the first step and see how you feel about joining the Environmental Club. The first meeting is after school today in room A315. Bring your ideas with you!
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop will be held Monday, Sept. 13 at 3:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria. The workshop will last 45 minutes.
  • Students, mark your calendars! We will be hosting a College Financial Planning event on Wednesday, September 22 at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafeteria. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all juniors — the PSAT is not just good practice for the SAT, but is also the first step in becoming a National Merit Finalist for scholarship money. Each year, about 1.6 million students take the PSAT. Of the juniors who take the exam, about 16,000 earn scores that qualify them as Semifinalists (that’s around 1%). This group is narrowed down to 15,000, who become Finalists. Of this group, about 7,500 are awarded scholarships of $2,500 a year (that can be renewed each year you’re in college). This is in addition to the merit scholarships provided to the students by colleges who aggressively compete for National Merit Finalists. If you are interested in taking the PSAT in October, please complete the registration form in your school email by tomorrow.
  • Today’s College visit is the University of Akron in the LRC.
  • The LRC will be closed during 7 th period today

Wednesday 9/8/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Bread – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The LHS Barnstormer Drama Club wants you to mark your calendars for November 11 thru November 13 when we present Frank Carmichael’s “Any Number Can Die”. Stay tuned for more information! Audition information meetings for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesdays & Thursdays after school in The Black Box Theater. You do not have to be a member of Barnstormers to audition.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be after school today. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kindstrand at [email protected]
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • This Saturday H2O Volunteers are walking in the NAMIWalks Your Way event to support mental health and wellness. Buy a ticket during lunches for your chance to win a Mystery Gift Box full of gift cards and other great items to support the team. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. All proceeds from the raffle will go to the Greater Cleveland chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Health. Tickets can also be purchased in the H2O office during and after the school day. Each day this week, we will reveal one item in the Mystery Box Raffle box. Today’s item is a Dairy Queen Gift Card.
  • H2O just added another opportunity for service. Come help in our pollinator garden at Madison Park this Thursday after school. Sign up at the H2O Office, E102 in the cafeteria.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet on Thursday 9/16 from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday 9/23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Do you care about the environment? Do you want to do your part to help save the planet? Maybe it’s as simple as picking up a piece of garbage in the hallway, or knowing your recyclables. Then take the first step and see how you feel about joining the Environmental Club. The first meeting is tomorrow after school in room A315. Bring your ideas with you!
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop will be held September 13, 2021 at 3:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria. The workshop will last 45 minutes.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?  The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam.   Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • Are you looking for a job? Make sure to check the LHS Job Board! New opportunities will be posted throughout the year. Go to: tinyurl.com/lhsjobboard
  • Mark your calendars! We will be hosting a Financial Planning for College event on Wednesday, September 22 at 6 PM in the Lakewood High School Cafe. The presentation will include information from the school counseling department, as well as financial advisor, Mr. Daso. We hope to see you there!
  • Attention all juniors — the PSAT is not just good practice for the SAT, but is also the first step in becoming a National Merit Finalist for scholarship money. Each year, about 1.6 million students take the PSAT. Of the juniors who take the exam, about 16,000 earn scores that qualify them as Semifinalists (that’s around 1%). This group is narrowed down to 15,000, who become Finalists. Of this group, about 7,500 are awarded scholarships of $2,500 a year (that can be renewed each year you’re in college). This is in addition to the merit scholarships provided to the students by colleges who aggressively compete for National Merit Finalists. If you are interested in taking the PSAT in October, please complete the registration form in your school email by this Friday, September 10.
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Fairmont State University – virtually through Naviance
    Tomorrow – University of Akron
    All College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway

Tuesday 9/7/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The LHS Barnstormer Drama Club wants you to mark your calendars for November 11 thru November 13 when we present Frank Carmichael’s “Any Number Can Die”. Stay tuned for more information! Audition information meetings for “Any Number Can Die” are Wednesdays & Thursdays after school in The Black Box Theater. You do not have to be a member of
    Barnstormers to audition.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be after school tomorrow. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • It’s okay to not feel okay and it’s important to know you’re not alone. The National Alliance on Mental Illness provides support for those affected by a mental health condition and education for everyone to raise awareness of the importance of mental health. Support the H2O Team in the NAMIWalks Your Way fundraising event by buying a raffle ticket to win a mystery gift box filled with gift cards and other great stuff donated by LHS staff. Tickets will be available for purchase in the cafeteria during lunch periods and in the H2O office during and after school.
  • EM-Power’s first meeting is today! If you want to learn about women’s topics, have group discussions, have activities, and even speakers on women issues, then stop by the Civic on Tuesdays after school from 3:10-4:00. If you wanna strive for academic, financial, and personal goals as young women, stop by! Do you wanna up-lift other girls and even make some new friends? Give it a try, if you’re interested!
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years!
    Herpetology Club will meet on Thursday 9/16 from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday 9/23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks are required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Do you care about the environment? Do you want to do your part to help save the planet? Maybe it’s as simple as picking up a piece of garbage in the hallway, or knowing your recyclables. Then take the first step and see how you feel about joining the Environmental Club. The first meeting is Thursday after school in room A315. Bring your ideas with you!
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop will be held September 13, 2021 at 3:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria. The workshop will last 45 minutes.
  • All freshmen that are participating in a fall sport and any freshmen that intend on participating in the winter and spring. You are invited to attend the Positive Coaching Alliance workshop to learn how to be a Triple Impact Competitor. The workshop will be held September 13, 2021 at 3:00pm in the LHS Cafeteria. The workshop will be 45 minutes.
  • Our girls & boys cross country teams traveled to Mentor this past weekend and took on some of the best teams in the State.  Our girls varsity team took 8th out of 24 teams. They were lead by Teeghan, Sadie, Helen, Josie, Jazi, Anna, Mae, Julia, and Brianna. The JV girls were 8th out of 17 teams lead by Caleigh, Jill, Lindsay, Grace, Veruca, Caroline, and Maddie. On the boys side the varsity team was 12th out of 26 teams. They were lead by James T, James O, Charlie, Ben, Luke J, Muzy, Eric, Ronan, and Brayden. The JV team was Aidan, Turner, Hutch, Luke S, Griffin, Jonathon, and Jake.  This weekend we travel to Seneca East for a night race. Go Rangers!!!
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek 2 deserving students who are on the track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a 4-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link below. https://www.clevelandbrowns.com/news/cleveland-browns-accepting-class-of-2022-marion-motley-scholarship-applications
  • Colleges & Military visiting LHS this week are:
    Today – Marines – all lunch periods
    Tomorrow – Fairmont State University – virtually through Naviance
    Thursday – University of Akron
    All College visits are in the LRC and Military visits are in the Athletic Hallway

Friday 9/3/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • There will be an organizational meeting for any 9 to 12 grade student that is interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring, tomorrow at 3:05pm at the Left Field Bleachers of the Baseball Field. It is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing High School Baseball. We will see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • It’s okay to not feel okay and it’s important to know you’re not alone. The National Alliance on Mental Illness provides support for those affected by a mental health condition and education for everyone to raise awareness of the importance of mental health. Support the H2O Team in the NAMIWalks Your Way fundraising event by buying a raffle ticket to win a mystery gift box filled with gift cards and other great stuff donated by LHS staff. Tickets will be available for purchase in the cafeteria during lunch periods and in the H2O office during and after school.
  • EM-Power’s first meeting is this Tuesday, September 7th! If you want to learn about women’s topics, have group discussions, have activities, and even speakers on women issues, then stop by the Civic on Tuesdays after school from 3:10-4:00. If you wanna strive for academic, financial, and personal goals as young women, stop by! Do you wanna up-lift other girls and even make some new friends? Give it a try if you’re interested!
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are ready to host their first meeting in over 1½ years! Herpetology Club will meet on Thursday 9/16 from 3:00-3:30 and Gamers Club will meet on Thursday 9/23 from 3:00-3:45. Both meetings will be held in C111 and masks will be required. Email Mr. Streets for more details or simply show up to one of the meetings! We can’t wait to see you there.
  • Good luck to our girls and boys cross-country teams headed to the Cardinal Classic tomorrow. We will be taking on 30 other teams many of whom competed in last year’s State Meet…Go Rangers!
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek 2 deserving students who are on the track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a 4-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link below.  https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland

Thursday 9/2/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Sandwich – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • Our first ART CLUB & National Art Honor Society general meeting is today. We will meet in B206 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. See Mrs. Hansen for details!
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • There will be an organizational meeting for any 9 to 12 grade student that is interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring, tomorrow at 3:05pm at the Left Field Bleachers of the Baseball Field. It is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing High School Baseball. We will see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are back! We soon plan to hold our first in-person meeting in more than a year and half!
    Please email Mr. Streets to get the Remind and Google Classroom information for updates and more.
  • Come support the Lakewood Ranger Marching Band by treating yourself to Kona Ice today at 4:30 p.m. 20% of the proceeds will be given to the Marching band. The Kona Ice Truck will be outside of the Band Room door in the South parking lot.
  • The Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship Program is an exciting opportunity for a motivated student whose long-term career goal could include working in education or for a professional sports organization in any of a variety of capacities. The Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now annually seek two deserving students who are on track to graduate from high school in 2022 to receive a four-year, renewable scholarship in the amount of $2,500 per year. The partnership between the Cleveland Browns Foundation and College Now has awarded more than $300,000 of scholarship funds to 31 students. For more information and application, click the link: 2022/2023 Cleveland Browns Foundation Marion Motley Scholarship https://app.smarterselect.com/grograms/74004-CoElege-NowGreater-Cleveland

Wednesday 9/1/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Walking Taco – $2.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be right after school at 3:05PM today. Please email Ms. B at [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Attention Barnstormers. We will be electing our officers for the 2021-2022 school year today from 3:15p – 4:15p in The Black Box Studio Theatre. Current and future members may participate in the elections.
  • Our first ART CLUB & National Art Honor Society general meeting is tomorrow, September 2. We will meet in B206 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. See Mrs. Hansen for details!
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this
    semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • There will be an organizational meeting for any 9 to 12 grade student that is interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring, this Friday, September 3 at 3:05pm at the Left Field Bleachers of the Baseball Field. It
    is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing High School Baseball.
    We will see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more
    information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are back! We soon plan to hold our first in-person meeting in more than a year and half!
    Please email Mr. Streets to get the Remind and Google Classroom information for updates and more.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?  The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected]  ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • Are you looking for a job? Make sure to check the LHS Job Board! New opportunities will be posted throughout the year. Go to: tinyurl.com/lhsjobboard If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, today is your final day to email us at [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. We will let you know when your ID is finished so that you can come to the Bookroom to pick it up. If you have already sent us a picture, please come to the Bookroom to pick up your IDs We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.
  • Come support the Lakewood Ranger Marching Band by treating yourself to Kona Ice tomorrow, September 2 at 4:30 p.m. 20% of the proceeds will be given to the Marching band. The Kona Ice Truck will be outside of the Band Room door in the South parking lot Thursday at 4:30
  • Attention any student interested in playing boys’ basketball this season. There will be a meeting TODAY to detail necessary requirements for participation and opportunity for development. Room C 312 no later than 3:10pm.
  • Our girls and boys cross country teams competed this past weekend at the GLC Preview meet. Our girls finished 5th out of 12 teams. We were led by Junior Sadie Gregg’s 14th place finish. Helen Roche 23rd, Freshman Anna Daso 30th, Sophomore Jazi Dunya 37th, Freshman Josie Kavc 39th, Mae Mohar 42nd and Senior Julia Kavc 51st. On the boys side they were 4th out of 12 teams led by Sophomore Charlie Payne 5th, Seniors James O’Donnell 8 and James Toole 9th, Ryan Smith 43rd, Juniors Luke Jablonowski 59th, Ben Jablonowski 63rd, Alexander Pongracz 65th. This weekend we will be traveling to Mentor for the Cardinal Classic and take on a field of 30 teams.

Tuesday 8/31/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be tomorrow, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at
    [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Attention Barnstormers. We will be electing our officers for the 2021-2022 school year tomorrow, from 3:15p – 4:15p in The Black Box Studio Theatre. Current and future members may participate in the elections.
  • Our first ART CLUB & National Art Honor Society general meeting will be this Thursday, September 2. We will meet in B206 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. See Mrs. Hansen for details!
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • There will be an organizational meeting for any 9 to 12 grade student that is interested in trying out for the high school baseball teams next spring, this Friday, September 3 at 3:05pm at the Left Field Bleachers of the Baseball Field. It is very important that you attend or at least see Coach Ribar to get information to prepare for playing High School Baseball. We will see you there.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more
    information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are back! We soon plan to hold our first in-person meeting in more than a year and half!
    Please email Mr. Streets to get the Remind and Google Classroom information for updates and more.
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, you have through tomorrow to email us at [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. We will let you know when your ID is finished so that you can come to the Bookroom to pick it up. If you have already sent us a picture, please come to the Bookroom to pick up your IDs. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.

Monday 8/30/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Mac & Cheese – $2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 1, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at
    [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Hello LHS!! Do you want to belong to one of the best performing arts departments in Ohio? It’s easy to do. No experience required. There are opportunities on and off the stage. Come meet the Barnstormers at our after school social today from 3p-4p in the Black Box Studio Theatre. No experience required. We will be kicking off our 2021/2022 season.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kĭndstrand at [email protected]
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal
    of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are back! We soon plan to hold our first in-person meeting in more than a year and half!
    Please email Mr. Streets to get the Remind and Google Classroom information for updates and more.
  • Attention Barnstormers. We will be electing our officers for the 2021-2022 school year on Wednesday, Sept 1, from 3:15p – 4:15p in The Black Box Studio Theatre. Current and future members may participate in the elections.
  • Our first ART CLUB & NAHS general meeting will be this Thursday, September 2. We will meet in B206 from 3:15pm to 4:30pm. See Mrs. Hansen for details!
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, you have until this Wednesday to email us at [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. We will let you know when your ID is finished so that you can come to the Bookroom to pick it up. If you have already sent us a picture, please come to the
    Bookroom to pick up your IDs We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.

Friday 8/27/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries! – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • What better way to start your morning than with song? It’s not too late to join Men’s Chorus! If you have a tenor or bass singing voice and have late arrival or an open 1st period, consider joining us and start your morning off right! Get an arts credit and have fun while doing it. Contact Ms. Rayna Brooks for more information.
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors. During your open campus lunch and study halls, you must either leave the building or report to your assigned location. Students are not permitted to be in any other areas of the building except assigned locations.
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 1, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at
    [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Hello LHS!! Do you want to belong to one of the best performing arts departments in Ohio? It’s easy to do. No experience required. There are opportunities on and off the stage. Come meet the Barnstormers at our after school social Monday 8/30 3p-4p in the Black Box Studio Theatre. No experience required. We will be kicking off our 2021/2022 season.
  • All 9th grade athletes should come to the Bookroom when you have free time, to check out a Positive Coaching Alliance book this week, 8/23-8/27. The books should be returned to the Bookroom by 9/15.
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more
    information, email Ms. Kindstrand at [email protected]
  • College and Military in-person visits as well as virtual visits will start soon. In person, visits will be in the LRC during lunch periods and virtual visits can be accessed through your Naviance account. Visits will start in September and will be announced weekly and listed in Naviance. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in the Guidance Office.
  • All student athletes please make sure that you are scheduled for 5 classes this semester. If you are not, please see your school counselor as soon as possible.
  • Has the beginning of the school year got you feeling stressed out? Would you like to learn ways to calm your body and mind? Then RESET may be for you! Reset is held after school on Wednesdays in Lecture Hall 1 at 3:15pm. The goal of RESET is to help students learn wellness skills through breathing movement, and relaxation strategies. Try it once or come every week. Every BODY is welcome! We hope to see you Wednesday after school in Lecture Hall 1. See Ms. May in C112 or Mr. Singer in B307 for more details.
  • Gamers Club and Herpetology Club are back! We soon plan to hold our first in-person meeting in more than a year and half!
    Please email Mr. Streets to get the Remind and Google Classroom information for updates and more.
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, please email [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. When the IDs are finished, they will be distributed during your lunch period. If you do not have a lunch period, please let us know and we will arrange to get your ID to you. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.

Thursday 8/26/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • What better way to start your morning than with song? It’s not too late to join Men’s Chorus! If you have a tenor or bass singing voice and have late arrival or an open 1st period, consider joining us and start your morning off right! Get an arts credit and have fun while doing it. Contact Ms. Rayna Brooks for more information.
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors. During your open campus lunch and study halls, you must either leave the building or report to your assigned location. Students are not permitted to be in any other areas of the building except assigned locations.
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 1, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at
    [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Hello LHS!! Do you want to belong to one of the best performing arts departments in Ohio? It’s easy to do. No experience required. There are opportunities on and off the stage. Come meet the Barnstormers at our after school social Monday 8/30 3p-4p in the Black Box Studio Theatre. No experience required. We will be kicking off our 2021/2022 season.
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, please email [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. When the IDs are finished, they will be distributed during your lunch period. If you do not have a lunch period, please let us know and we will arrange to get your ID to you. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?
    The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general
    public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected]  ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • All 9th grade athletes should come to the Bookroom when you have free time, to check out a Positive Coaching Alliance book this week, 8/23-8/27. The books should be returned to the Bookroom by 9/15.
  • Are you looking for a job? Make sure to check the LHS Job Board! New opportunities will be posted throughout the year. Go to: tinyurl.com/lhsjobboard
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kindstrand at [email protected]

Wednesday 8/25/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Cheesy Pretzels – 4/$2.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • What better way to start your morning than with song? It’s not too late to join Men’s Chorus! If you have a tenor or bass singing voice and have late arrival or an open 1st period, consider joining us and start your morning off right! Get an arts credit and have fun while doing it. Contact Ms. Rayna Brooks for more information.
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors. During your open campus lunch and study halls, you must either leave the building or report to your assigned location. Students are not permitted to be in any other areas of the building except assigned locations.
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be Wednesday, September 1, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • Hello LHS!! Do you want to belong to one of the best performing arts departments in Ohio? It’s easy to do. No experience required. There are opportunities on and off the stage. Come meet the Barnstormers at our after school social Monday 8/30 3p-4p in the Black Box Studio Theatre. No experience required. We will be kicking off our 2021/2022 season.
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, please email [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. When the IDs are finished, they will be distributed during your lunch period. If you do not have a lunch period, please let us know and we will arrange to get your ID to you. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?
    The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general
    public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • All 9th grade athletes should come to the Bookroom when you have free time, to check out a Positive Coaching Alliance book this week, 8/23-8/27. The books should be returned to the Bookroom by 9/15.
  • Are you looking for a job? Make sure to check the LHS Job Board! New opportunities will be posted throughout the year. Go to: tinyurl.com/lhsjobboard
  • Like to debate? Consider joining Model UN. The first Model UN meeting will be Wednesday, September 8 after school. Come meet other team members and learn about the team. The meeting will be held after school in C216. For more information, email Ms. Kindstrand at [email protected]

Tuesday 8/24/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • What better way to start your morning than with song? It’s not too late to join Men’s Chorus! If you have a tenor or bass singing voice and have late arrival or an open 1st period, consider joining us and start your morning off right! Get an arts credit and have fun while doing it. Contact Ms. Rayna Brooks for more information.
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors. During your open campus lunch and study halls, you must either leave the building or report to your assigned location. Students are not permitted to be in any other areas of the building except assigned locations.
  • The school yearbook, the Cinema, is looking for staff members! All grades are welcome and you do not need to have any experience to join. Our first meeting will be Wednesday August 29, right after school at 3:05PM. Please email Ms. B at
    [email protected], fill out the sign-up sheet outside of B207, or just stop by the meeting!
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, please email [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. When the IDs are finished, they will be distributed during your lunch period. If you do not have a lunch period, please let us know and we will arrange to get your ID to you. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.
  • Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school?   Are your trying to find the right career for you?
    The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general
    public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces.  Those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB. Find the career path that’s right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at  [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Oct. 13 at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Monday, Oct. 11.
  • All 9th grade athletes should come to the Bookroom when you have free time, to check out a Positive Coaching Alliance book this week, 8/23-8/27. The books should be returned to the Bookroom by 9/15.

Monday 8/23/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Taco Wedges – .50¢
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • What better way to start your morning than with song? It’s not too late to join Men’s Chorus! If you have a tenor or bass singing voice and have late arrival or an open 1st period, consider joining us and start your morning off right! Get an arts credit and have fun while doing it. Contact Ms. Rayna Brooks for more information.
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors. During your open campus lunch and study halls, you must either leave the building or report to your assigned location. Students are not permitted to be in any other areas of the building except assigned locations.
  • If you are new to LHS or do not have a picture on your ID, please email [email protected] with a school APPROPRIATE, front facing photo. When the IDs are finished, they will be distributed during your lunch period. If you do not have a lunch period, please let us know and we will arrange to get your ID to you. We will not make a new ID just because you do not like the picture that is on your current ID.

Friday 8/20/21

  • Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
    Friday Fries – $1.00
    Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
  • With the return of full in-person learning also is the return of Friday Night Ranger Football. Come out and see the Rangers play John Marshall tonight at First Federal of Lakewood Stadium. Tickets may be purchased using the PaySchools app or with cash at Gate D.
    Please remember that no bookbags, large bags or sports balls are permitted in the stadium. It’s been a long time since we have had full stands of Ranger fans so let’s get out there and have some fun!
  • All those interested in the Academic Challenge Team.  Our first practice to welcome returning members and anyone interested in joining will be today, Friday, Aug. 20, in room A-203 at 3:05 right after school.  If you cannot make the meeting but are still interested, see Mr. Sedlak. Be a part of one Lakewood High’s most successful organizations!!