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23-24 Announcements

Wednesday, February 21st, 2024

Attention all National Honor Society members. Our next meeting is today in
Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

The start of girls Lacrosse season meeting will be today from 5:30-6:30. Parents
and players welcome. If you’re planning on playing, the meeting is mandatory.

Calling all Dungeons and Dragons Club members! We have a meeting after
school on Thursday, February 22 in Ms. Spies’ room C214. See you there!

Hey there fellow herpetology aficionados! Brace yourselves for another
jaw-dropping meeting of the Herpetology Club, happening this Thursday,
February 22nd, right after the final bell in room C111.

ATTENTION LAKEWOOD SPACE RANGERS! We need all hands on deck (pun
intended) to build our space boat/rocket for the regatta next week! Please join us
after school on Thursday in Room A141. New members always welcome and
snacks will be provided. 🙂
LHS Film Club and Club Identity are joining forces to host the movie Just Mercy,
a powerful look at our judicial system, starring Michael B Jordan. Join us Friday,
Feb. 23 in Lecture Hall 3 after school. As always, refreshments will be served.

Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”

Wednesday 2/21/2024 Announcements
Come to Cove Center on Leap Day, February 29th for A Time to Dance, a dance
party with Lakewood Senior Citizens. Service hours, a catered dinner and fun on
the dance floor with DJ Michael Johnston on the mic. What better way to use the
extra day this year!? Sign up in the H2O office..

SOPHOMORES! West Shore Applications are due by March 1st! Programs can
have waitlists, so be sure to get your application in as soon as possible!
Go to:
http://tinyurl.com/wsapply or scan one of the bar codes hanging around the high
school.
It’s quick and easy and you are able to choose a first choice and second choice
of programs you are interested in! Any questions be sure to stop by the West
Shore office!

Attention seniors, if you are interested in representing your class and speaking
at commencement, sign up outside C215. Tryouts will take place on Monday,
March 4th, at 3:15pm in C215. During these tryouts, you will need to deliver your
3-4 minute commencement speech in front of a faculty panel.

Hudec Dental Scholarship
This scholarship awards up to $1000. You need at least a 3.0 GPA.
Deadline is March 31, 2024
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
classroom and on Naviance.

This is an online application: https://hudecdental.com/scholarship/

Wednesday 2/21/2024 Announcements
The Berkshire Hathaway Trade School & College, 2023-24
Dream…Innovate….Grow Scholarship is a $1000 award that is renewable for up
to 4 years.
You must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and intend on being a full time
student at a college, university, or trade school for the Fall of 2024.
Hard copies of this scholarship are available outside of the Guidance Office.

Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

Cornhole Club is cancelled today.

Attention all National Honor Society members. Our next meeting is Wednesday,
February 21 in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any
questions.

The start of girls Lacrosse season meeting will be Wednesday 2/21 from
5:30-6:30. Parents and players welcome. If you’re planning on playing, the
meeting is mandatory.

Hey there fellow herpetology aficionados! Brace yourselves for another
jaw-dropping meeting of the Herpetology Club, happening this Thursday,
February 22nd, right after the final bell in room C111. Join us for a “reptile
rendezvous” where we’ll not only slither through some “pythonic” discussions
but also learn the art of cultivating our own fruit flies – talk about a
“buzz-worthy” endeavor! Expect some “croak-tastic” surprises and plenty of
“lizardly” laughs as we delve into the weird and wonderful world of herpetology.
Newcomers, don’t be “shell-shocked” – we welcome you with open arms (and
scales)! So hop on over and let’s make this meeting a “scale-tacular” success!

LHS Film Club and Club Identity are joining forces to host the movie Just Mercy,
a powerful look at our judicial system, starring Michael B Jordan. Join us Friday,
Feb. 23 in Lecture Hall 3 after school. As always, refreshments will be served.

Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”

Tuesday 2/20/2024 Announcements
SOPHOMORES! West Shore Applications are due by March 1st! Programs can
have waitlists, so be sure to get your application in as soon as possible!
Go to:
http://tinyurl.com/wsapply or scan one of the bar codes hanging around the high
school.
It’s quick and easy and you are able to choose a first choice and second choice
of programs you are interested in! Any questions be sure to stop by the West
Shore office!

Attention seniors, if you are interested in representing your class and speaking
at commencement, sign up outside C215. Tryouts will take place on Monday,
March 4th, at 3:15pm in C215. During these tryouts, you will need to deliver your
3-4 minute commencement speech in front of a faculty panel.

Hudec Dental Scholarship
This scholarship awards up to $1000. You need at least a 3.0 GPA.
Deadline is March 31, 2024
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
classroom and on Naviance.

This is an online application: https://hudecdental.com/scholarship/

The Berkshire Hathaway Trade School & College, 2023-24
Dream…Innovate….Grow Scholarship is a $1000 award that is renewable for up
to 4 years.
You must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA and intend on being a full time
student at a college, university, or trade school for the Fall of 2024.
Hard copies of this scholarship are available outside of the Guidance Office.

Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

Boys Indoor Track Team-Turn in your Uniforms today starting at 2:30 in the
Conference Room across from the Athletic Office.

The U.S. Army will be in the cafe today for a lunch time visit.

Chess club will meet today, after school in room A127.

Fall in love…with volunteering! H2O is hosting an information session after
school today. Join us in the LRC after school to hear about upcoming service
events and trips, including summer service opportunities. Even if you are
already involved, it’s a good opportunity to see what’s around the corner. We
invite anyone who is curious about how to sign up for service events.

Join Chinese club for the first meeting of the 2024 school year, this Thursday
after school in room A101. Learn to make Chinese knots while also trying some
Chinese snacks.

SOPHOMORES! West Shore Applications are due by March 1st! Programs can
have waitlists, so be sure to get your application in as soon as possible!
Go to:
http://tinyurl.com/wsapply or scan one of the bar codes hanging around the high
school.
It’s quick and easy and you are able to choose a first choice and second choice
of programs you are interested in! Any questions be sure to stop by the West
Shore office!

Wednesday 2/14/2024 Announcements
All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by tomorrow. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb.
20. All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches
Toole, Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Attention seniors, if you are interested in representing your class and speaking
at commencement, sign up outside C215. Tryouts will take place on Monday,
March 4th, at 3:15pm in C215. During these tryouts, you will need to deliver your
3-4 minute commencement speech in front of a faculty panel.

The start of girls Lacrosse season meeting will be Wednesday 2/21 from
5:30-6:30. Parents and players welcome. If you’re planning on playing, the
meeting is mandatory.

Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

The U.S. Air Force will be in the Cafe today.

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will be meeting to kick off the new year of
reading today after school in room C209. See you there!

There will be an art club meeting after school today until 4:15pm. We will be
making valentines! Come join the fun in room B202.

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 today at 3:15pm.
Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the meeting. Any
questions, email Coach Dow

Today is the Barnstormers Drama Club Chipotle Fundraiser! Come to the
Lakewood Chipotle between 4:00 and 8:00 and mention Barnstormers or order
online using the code: 4Q6NYK8

Chess club will meet Wednesday, after school in room A127.

Fall in love…with volunteering! H2O is hosting an information session after
school on Wednesday, February 14th. Join us in the LRC after school to hear
about upcoming service events and trips, including summer service
opportunities. Even if you are already involved, it’s a good opportunity to see
what’s around the corner. We invite anyone who is curious about how to sign up
for service events.

Tuesday 2/13/2024 Announcements

Join Chinese club for the first meeting of the 2024 school year, this Thursday
after school in room A101. Learn to make Chinese knots while also trying some
Chinese snacks.

SOPHOMORES! West Shore Applications are due by March 1st! Programs can
have waitlists, so be sure to get your application in as soon as possible!
Go to:
http://tinyurl.com/wsapply or scan one of the bar codes hanging around the high
school.
It’s quick and easy and you are able to choose a first choice and second choice
of programs you are interested in! Any questions be sure to stop by the West
Shore office!

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Attention seniors, if you are interested in representing your class and speaking
at commencement, sign up outside C215. Tryouts will take place on Monday,
March 4th, at 3:15pm in C215. During these tryouts, you will need to deliver your
3-4 minute commencement speech in front of a faculty panel.

The start of girls Lacrosse season meeting will be Wednesday 2/21 from
5:30-6:30. Parents and players welcome. If you’re planning on playing, the
meeting is mandatory.

Tuesday 2/13/2024 Announcements
Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Monday, February 12th, 2024

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will be meeting to kick off the new year of
reading on TUESDAY, February, 13, after school in room C209. See you there!

There will be an art club meeting after school on Tuesday February 13th until
4:15pm. We will be making valentines! Come join the fun in room B202.

Join Chinese club for the first meeting of the 2024 school year, this Thursday
after school in room A101. Learn to make Chinese knots while also trying some
Chinese snacks.

SOPHOMORES! West Shore Applications are due by March 1st! Programs can
have waitlists, so be sure to get your application in as soon as possible!
Go to:
http://tinyurl.com/wsapply or scan one of the bar codes hanging around the high
school.
It’s quick and easy and you are able to choose a first choice and second choice
of programs you are interested in! Any questions be sure to stop by the West
Shore office!

Attention seniors, if you are interested in representing your class and speaking
at commencement, sign up outside C215. Tryouts will take place on Monday,
March 4th, at 3:15pm in C215. During these tryouts, you will need to deliver your
3-4 minute commencement speech in front of a faculty panel.

Monday 2/12/2024 Announcements

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

Fall in love…with volunteering! H2O is hosting an information session after
school on Wednesday, February 14th. Join us in the LRC after school to hear
about upcoming service events and trips, including summer service
opportunities. Even if you are already involved, it’s a good opportunity to see
what’s around the corner. We invite anyone who is curious about how to sign up
for service events.

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Monday 2/12/2024 Announcements

SCHOLARSHIP HOT LIST 2024

Stop the Hate…………………………………………………………………………………………….2/15
Cavaliers……………………………………………………………………………………..2/16
Intel Scholarship for Women……………………………………………………………………….2/19
Lakewood Rangers Ed. Foundation……………………………………………………………..2/22
OASSA Scholarship……………………………………………………………………………………..2/24
AKA-LPO……………………………………………………………………………………..2/28
Delta Alpha Lambda…………………………………………………………………………………..2/28
Cleveland Hockey……………………………………………………………………………………….3/1
Community Foundation……………………………………………………………………………..3/1
OAPSE/AFSCME Scholarship……………………………………………………………………….3/1
Ohio PTA……………………………………………………………………………………………………..3/1
Malone Scholarship…………………………………………………………………………………….3/6
Cleveland Foundation…………………………………………………………………………………..3/13
Horatio Alger………………………………………………………………………………………………..3/15
Lakewood Women’s Club…………………………………………………………………………….3/15
Charles Winning……………………………………………………………………………………………3/20
College Now Traditional………………………………………………………………………………3/27
Manufacturing Sector…………………………………………………………………………………3/27
Ohio Gas……………………………………………………………………………………………………3/29
Lakewood Kiwanis……………………………………………………………………………………..4/1
Gardener Club……………………………………………………………………………………………4/2
Hagan Scholarship……………………………………………………………………………………….4/20
Jane Edna Hunter……………………………………………………………………………………….4/25
Marcia LaRiche Scholarship………………………………………………………………………5/1
OOD Work Disability………………………………………………………………………………on going

Check for Scholarship Universe access on the website of the college you plan on attending.

Monday 2/12/2024 Announcements
The Herb Guild Garden Club Scholarship
This scholarship award is $2000 and will be given to an applicant that plans on
pursuing a major is one of the following:
Agriculture, Agriscience, Botany, Culinary Arts, Enviornmental Science, Forestry,
Greenhouse and Nursery Management, Horticulture, Landscaping and Natural
Resource Management.
Applications can be found on your Naviance account or hard copies are
available outside of the Gudiance Office.
Deadline is April 3, 2024

Friday, February 9th, 2024

College and Military visits in the Cafe this week will be:
Today St. John’s University (NY)

Ski club will be leaving for Holiday Valley at 6:15 AM on Sunday. Pickup will be at
the athletic doors. The bus will not wait so make sure you are on time. It’s going
to be a great day!

Please join us for the annual Dance Group show, “Get Down Tonight,” tonight at
7:30 pm. The show will be held in the Civic Auditorium. Tickets will be $5 a
person and can be purchased on the PaySchool website or app. We hope to see
you this Friday at the Dance Group Show! You don’t want to miss out!

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will be meeting to kick off the new year of
reading on TUESDAY, February, 13, after school in room C209. See you there!

There will be an art club meeting after on Tuesday February 13th until 4:15pm.
We will be making valentines! Come join the fun in room B202.

The 22nd Annual Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta sponsored by Tavens
Packaging and Display Solutions is scheduled after school on Thursday
February 29th. We are currently looking for Lakewood High School Clubs or
Groups to build cardboard boats and participate. We are also looking for staff to
participate and/or volunteer at the regatta. Please contact Mr. Hille in room A312
to sign up or get more information about this year’s cardboard boat regatta.
Again, see Mr. Hille in room A312 to sign up your club or group. Staff, please
email Mr. Hille if you’d like to volunteer.

Friday 2/9/2024 Announcements
There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

Fall in love…with volunteering! H2O is hosting an information session after
school on Wednesday, February 14th. Join us in the LRC after school to hear
about upcoming service events and trips, including summer service
opportunities. Even if you are already involved, it’s a good opportunity to see
what’s around the corner. We invite anyone who is curious about how to sign up
for service events.

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Thursday, February 8th, 2024

Help the junior class raise money for next year’s prom by dining in or ordering
out at Angelos today from 11am-11 pm. Please mention the flyer when ordering!

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting today at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to attend but want to
participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th. The ball is now in
your court.

College and Military visits in the Cafe this week will be:
Today – Florida Institute of Technology
Friday St. John’s University (NY)

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students today from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .
Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!

Please join us for the annual Dance Group show, “Get Down Tonight,” this
Friday, February 9th at 7:30 pm. The show will be held in the Civic Auditorium.
Tickets will be $5 a person and can be purchased on the PaySchool website or
app. We hope to see you this Friday at the Dance Group Show! You don’t want to
miss out!

Thursday 2/8/2024 Announcements
The 22nd Annual Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta sponsored by Tavens
Packaging and Display Solutions is scheduled after school on Thursday
February 29th. We are currently looking for Lakewood High School Clubs or
Groups to build cardboard boats and participate. We are also looking for staff to
participate and/or volunteer at the regatta. Please contact Mr. Hille in room A312
to sign up or get more information about this year’s cardboard boat regatta.
Again, see Mr. Hille in room A312 to sign up your club or group. Staff, please
email Mr. Hille if you’d like to volunteer.

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will be meeting to kick off the new year of
reading on TUESDAY, February, 13, after school in room C209. See you there!

Ski Club will be going to Holiday Valley Sunday. Be sure to be at school for
pickup by 6:15 am. If you still need a permission slip stop in to Ms. Sabin’s room
B208 for a form. See Mr. White or Ms. Sabin with any questions.

The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

Fall in love…with volunteering! H2O is hosting an information session after
school on Wednesday, February 14th. Join us in the LRC after school to hear
about upcoming service events and trips, including summer service
opportunities. Even if you are already involved, it’s a good opportunity to see
what’s around the corner. We invite anyone who is curious about how to sign up
for service events.

Thursday 2/8/2024 Announcements
All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Cleveland National College Fair.
There will be approximately 150 colleges and universities represented. There will
also be representatives from various branches of the military. Saturday, February
10, 2024 1 pm–4 pm Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
More information was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Students can register free- nacacattend.org/24cleveland

Thursday 2/8/2024 Announcements
2024 OASSA Scholarship Information:
OASSA will be awarding (2) $500 scholarship(s) to a graduating senior.
● Must be a graduating senior.
● Minimum grade point average – 3.25 on a 4.0 scale upon completion of the
seventh semester. Note: GPAs
must be converted to a 4.0 scale.
● Must have taken either the ACT or SAT national tests (test scores will be
required).
● Show evidence of community service throughout their high school career.
● Student must have an active member of OASSA as his/her/their Building
Administrator.
Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and it was
posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. classroom and hardcopies are
outside of Guidance.

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.
Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.

Thursday 2/8/2024 Announcements
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance
deadline is April 1st at noon, if you are having the Guidance Dept. send in your
application it needs to be turned in no later than March 28, 2024 at noon.

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom.
Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

Graduating seniors who plan on attending 2-year or 4-year college or university
or trade school are encouraged to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office
at E208 (next to the LRC) Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

Thursday 2/8/2024 Announcements
DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
This is for African-American Males graduating 2024
3.0 minimum GPA
Monetary awards will be determined by the Scholarship Committee starting at
$1000 per scholarship
Deadline is Feb 28th.
Information and application can be found in your Naviance account, on the LHS
School Counseling Dept classroom posted Jan 19th or scanning the QR code
posted outside of Guidance.

The Lakewood Womens Club Scholarship
Lakewood Women’s Club is offering a scholarship to a high school senior who
plans to continue her education, either at a college/university or trade school.
The applicant must be a female, residing in Lakewood. The scholarship award
will be in the neighborhood of $2,000. The deadline for applications is March 15,
2024.
The link for this application is in Naviance and was posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024

Attention Lakewood High School. There will be a fundraiser today from 4pm-8pm
at Chipotle. You must mention that you are there for the Lakewood High School
fundraiser and show a picture of the flyer. All proceeds will go towards the LHS
prom this year! We hope to see you there!

Help the junior class raise money for next years prom by dining in or ordering
out at Angelos on Thursday, February 8th from 11am-11 pm. Please mention the
flyer when ordering!

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting on Thursday February 8th at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to
attend but want to participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th.
The ball is now in your court.

College and Military visits in the Cafe this week will be:
Today – Ashland University
Thur- Florida Institute of Technology
Friday St. John’s University (NY)

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .
Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!

Wednesday 2/7/2024 Announcements
Please join us for the annual Dance Group show, “Get Down Tonight,” this
Friday, February 9th at 7:30 pm. The show will be held in the Civic Auditorium.
Tickets will be $5 a person and can be purchased on the PaySchool website or
app. We hope to see you this Friday at the Dance Group Show! You don’t want to
miss out!

The 22nd Annual Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta sponsored by Tavens
Packaging and Display Solutions is scheduled after school on Thursday
February 29th. We are currently looking for Lakewood High School Clubs or
Groups to build cardboard boats and participate. We are also looking for staff to
participate and/or volunteer at the regatta. Please contact Mr. Hille in room A312
to sign up or get more information about this year’s cardboard boat regatta.
Again, see Mr. Hille in room A312 to sign up your club or group. Staff, please
email Mr. Hille if you’d like to volunteer.

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will be meeting to kick off the new year of
reading on TUESDAY, February, 13, after school in room C209. See you there!

Ski Club will be going to Holiday Valley Sunday. Be sure to be at school for
pickup by 6:15 am. If you still need a permission slip stop in to Ms. Sabin’s room
B208 for a form. There are still a few spots, so you can still sign up until
Wednesday the 7th. See Mr. White or Ms. Sabin with any questions.

The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

Wednesday 2/7/2024 Announcements
All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Hey gamers!
Get ready to relish in some after-school fun because the Gamers Club is back on
February 23rd in room C111 after the final bell rings! We’re not just bringing the
gaming heat, we’re also dishing out a hot dog bar that’ll have you saying, “Hot
diggity dog!”
Whether you’re a controller champ or just a casual player, come ketchup with us
and enjoy some delicious bites. It’s gonna be a real wiener of a time!
Don’t miss out on the chance to play, snack, and hang out with fellow gamers.
See you there, hungry for victory and hot dogs! Game on!

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Cleveland National College Fair.
There will be approximately 150 colleges and universities represented. There will
also be representatives from various branches of the military. Saturday, February
10, 2024 1 pm–4 pm Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
More information was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Students can register free- nacacattend.org/24cleveland

Wednesday 2/7/2024 Announcements
2024 OASSA Scholarship Information:
OASSA will be awarding (2) $500 scholarship(s) to a graduating senior.
● Must be a graduating senior.
● Minimum grade point average – 3.25 on a 4.0 scale upon completion of the
seventh semester. Note: GPAs
must be converted to a 4.0 scale.
● Must have taken either the ACT or SAT national tests (test scores will be
required).
● Show evidence of community service throughout their high school career.
● Student must have an active member of OASSA as his/her/their Building
Administrator.
Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and it was
posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. classroom and hardcopies are
outside of Guidance.

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.
Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.
Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.

Wednesday 2/7/2024 Announcements
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance
deadline is April 1st at noon, if you are having the Guidance Dept. send in your
application it needs to be turned in no later than March 28, 2024 at noon.

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom.
Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

Graduating seniors who plan on attending 2-year or 4-year college or university
or trade school are encouraged to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office
at E208 (next to the LRC) Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

Wednesday 2/7/2024 Announcements
DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
This is for African-American Males graduating 2024
3.0 minimum GPA
Monetary awards will be determined by the Scholarship Committee starting at
$1000 per scholarship
Deadline is Feb 28th.
Information and application can be found in your Naviance account, on the LHS
School Counseling Dept classroom posted Jan 19th or scanning the QR code
posted outside of Guidance.

The Lakewood Womens Club Scholarship
Lakewood Women’s Club is offering a scholarship to a high school senior who
plans to continue her education, either at a college/university or trade school.
The applicant must be a female, residing in Lakewood. The scholarship award
will be in the neighborhood of $2,000. The deadline for applications is March 15,
2024.
The link for this application is in Naviance and was posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Tuesday, February 6th, 2024

Cornhole club will be meeting today after school in the cafeteria. See Mr.
Burgess for details. All are welcome!

Attention Seniors:
Today we will be registering Seniors to vote during Homeroom
In order for you to register, you will need either your driver’s license number or
the last four digits of your social security number

Attention Lakewood High School. There will be a fundraiser on February 7th
from 4pm-8pm at Chipotle. You must mention that you are there for the
Lakewood High School fundraiser and show a picture of the flyer. All proceeds
will go towards the LHS prom this year! We hope to see you there!

Help the junior class raise money for next years prom by dining in or ordering
out at Angelos on Thursday, February 8th from 11am-11 pm. Please mention the
flyer when ordering!

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting on Thursday February 8th at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to
attend but want to participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th.
The ball is now in your court.

College and Military visits in the Cafe this week will be:
Wed- Ashland University
Thur- Florida Institute of Technology
Friday St. John’s University (NY)

Tuesday 2/6/2024 Announcements
SPACE CLUB UPDATE: Guess what?!! We were accepted in the ARTEMIS
ROADS CHALLENGE and are one of three teams representing Ohio! There are
500 teams across the country. This means we have to design a mission patch
and complete the upcoming challenge by next week. So we have scheduled an
emergency meeting!! Come to our next meeting, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 315pm in
room A141. Join the google classroom to participate if you are interested EVEN
IF YOU can’t make the meeting! Join code = gj5df4d

Ski Club will be going to Holiday Valley Sunday. Be sure to be at school for
pickup by 6:15 am. If you still need a permission slip stop in to Ms. Sabin’s room
B208 for a form. There are still a few spots, so you can still sign up until
Wednesday the 7th. See Mr. White or Ms. Sabin with any questions.

The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Cleveland National College Fair.
There will be approximately 150 colleges and universities represented. There will
also be representives from various branches of the military. Saturday, February
10, 2024 1 pm–4 pm Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
More information was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Students can register free- nacacattend.org/24cleveland

Tuesday 2/6/2024 Announcements
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance
deadline is April 1st at noon, if you are having the Guidance Dept. send in your
application it needs to be turned in no later than March 28, 2024 at noon.

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom.
Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

Graduating seniors who plan on attending 2-year or 4-year college or university
or trade school are encouraged to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office
at E208 (next to the LRC) Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

Tuesday 2/6/2024 Announcements
DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
This is for African-American Males graduating 2024
3.0 minimum GPA
Monetary awards will be determined by the Scholarship Committee starting at
$1000 per scholarship
Deadline is Feb 28th.
Information and application can be found in your Naviance account, on the LHS
School Counseling Dept classroom posted Jan 19th or scanning the QR code
posted outside of Guidance.

The Lakewood Womens Club Scholarship
Lakewood Women’s Club is offering a scholarship to a high school senior who
plans to continue her education, either at a college/university or trade school.
The applicant must be a female, residing in Lakewood. The scholarship award
will be in the neighborhood of $2,000. The deadline for applications is March 15,
2024.
The link for this application is in Naviance and was posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Monday, February 5th, 2024

Cornhole club will be meeting tomorrow after school in the cafeteria. See Mr.
Burgess for details. All are welcome!

Attention Seniors:
Tomorrow we will be registering Seniors to vote during Homeroom
In order for you to register, you will need either your driver’s license number or
the last four digits of your social security number

Attention Lakewood High School. There will be a fundraiser on February 7th
from 4pm-8pm at Chipotle. You must mention that you are there for the
Lakewood High School fundraiser and show a picture of the flyer. All proceeds
will go towards the LHS prom this year! We hope to see you there!

Help the junior class raise money for next years prom by dining in or ordering
out at Angelos on Thursday, February 8th from 11am-11 pm. Please mention the
flyer when ordering!

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting on Thursday February 8th at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to
attend but want to participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th.
The ball is now in your court.

College and Military visits in the Cafe this week will be:
Wed- Ashland University
Thur- Florida Institute of Technology
Friday St. John’s University (NY)

Monday 2/5/2024 Announcements
LHS congratulates the Mock Trial Club on a strong showing at last week’s
OCLRE Competition! Bailiffs Violet Gonzalez and Jay Dozier, Lawyers Mikayla
Jaissle, Mel Diemert, Gwen Hongosh and Maya Trempe, and witnesses Ceci
Whiteamire, Abby Peck, Tarik Ibrisagic and Delano Yeung, gave an unbelievable
performance. And congratulations to Del for winning the Outstanding Witness
award! Excellent work, Mock Trial!

Ski Club will be going to Holiday Valley Sunday. Be sure to be at school for
pickup by 6:15 am. If you still need a permission slip stop in to Ms. Sabin’s room
B208 for a form. There are still a few spots, so you can still sign up until
Wednesday the 7th. See Mr. White or Ms. Sabin with any questions.

The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

SPACE CLUB UPDATE: Guess what?!! We were accepted in the ARTEMIS
ROADS CHALLENGE and are one of three teams representing Ohio! There are
500 teams across the country. This means we have to design a mission patch
and complete the upcoming challenge by next week. So we have scheduled an
emergency meeting!! Come to our next meeting, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 315pm in
room A141. Join the google classroom to participate if you are interested EVEN
IF YOU can’t make the meeting! Join code = gj5df4d

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Monday 2/5/2024 Announcements
Cleveland National College Fair.
There will be approximately 150 colleges and universities represented. There will
also be representives from various branches of the military.

Saturday, February 10, 2024
1 pm–4 pm
Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland

More information was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Students can register free- nacacattend.org/24cleveland

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance
deadline is April 1st at noon, if you are having the Guidance Dept. send in your
application it needs to be turned in no later than March 28, 2024 at noon.

Monday 2/5/2024 Announcements
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom.
Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

Graduating seniors who plan on attending 2-year or 4-year college or university
or trade school are encouraged to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office
at E208 (next to the LRC) Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

DELTA ALPHA LAMBDA FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
This is for African-American Males graduating 2024
3.0 minimum GPA
Monetary awards will be determined by the Scholarship Committee starting at
$1000 per scholarship
Deadline is Feb 28th.
Information and application can be found in your Naviance account, on the LHS
School Counseling Dept classroom posted Jan 19th or scanning the QR code
posted outside of Guidance.

The Lakewood Womens Club Scholarship
Lakewood Women’s Club is offering a scholarship to a high school senior who
plans to continue her education, either at a college/university or trade school.
The applicant must be a female, residing in Lakewood. The scholarship award
will be in the neighborhood of $2,000. The deadline for applications is March 15,
2024.
The link for this application is in Naviance and was posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Friday, February 2nd, 2024

Come witness history tonight at the boys’ basketball game vs. Valley Forge High
School. Junior, Luke Vannucci, can make history and break Lakewood High
School’s 3-Point record if he makes three 3-pointers. Come pack the gym and
celebrate a special night!

Amnesty International will be meeting today after school in room B314.

Film Club’s viewing of Spirited Away will be today in Lecture Hall 3 after school.
Hope to see you there!!!

Cornhole club will be meeting this coming Tuesday, February 6, after school in
the cafeteria. See Mr. Burgess for details. All are welcome!

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by today. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See you on
the slopes.

Attention Seniors:
Next Tuesday (2/6) we will be registering Seniors to vote during Homeroom
In order for you to register, you will need either your driver’s license number or
the last four digits of your social security number

Please secure that information in the coming days so that you can be ready to
register next week

Friday 2/2/2024 Announcements
The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

Attention Lakewood High School. There will be a fundraiser on February 7th
from 4pm-8pm at Chipotle. You must mention that you are there for the
Lakewood High School fundraiser and show a picture of the flyer. All proceeds
will go towards the LHS prom this year! We hope to see you there!

Help the junior class raise money for next years prom by dining in or ordering
out at Angelos on Thursday, February 8th from 11am-11 pm. Please mention the
flyer when ordering!

There will be a Boys Track Sign up meeting in Lecture Hall 2 on Feb 13th at
3:15pm. Please make sure you have signed up on Final Forms prior to the
meeting. Any questions, email Coach Dow

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting on Thursday February 8th at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to
attend but want to participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th.
The ball is now in your court.

SPACE CLUB UPDATE: Guess what?!! We were accepted in the ARTEMIS
ROADS CHALLENGE and are one of three teams representing Ohio! There are
500 teams across the country. This means we have to design a mission patch
and complete the upcoming challenge by next week. So we have scheduled an
emergency meeting!! Come to our next meeting, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 315pm in
room A141. Join the google classroom to participate if you are interested EVEN
IF YOU can’t make the meeting! Join code = gj5df4d

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Friday 2/2/2024 Announcements
ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .

Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!

Friday 2/2/2024 Announcements
Representatives from Tri-C will be on hand to assist students with the
application process. There is NO cost to students / families to apply to Tri-C.
Please have your social security number available for the application. Also, male
students who are 18 years old should have their selective service number as
well.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Friday 2/2/2024 Announcements

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Friday 2/2/2024 Announcements

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Thursday, February 1st, 2024

D and D – Today after school in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. If you have any questions,
contact Ms. Spies or check the Google Classroom.

Academic Challenge is playing today afterschool in Mr. Saksa’s room A212. We
are preparing for our tournament next week in Rocky River. New players are
always welcome. Come see what the buzz is all about.

Amnesty International will be meeting this Friday after school in room B314.

Film Club’s viewing of Spirited Away, will be rescheduled for this Friday, Feb. 2!
We will be in Lecture Hall 3 after school. Hope to see you there!!!

Cornhole club will be meeting this coming Tuesday, February 6, after school in
the cafeteria. See Mr. Burgess for details. All are welcome!

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Attention Seniors:
Next Tuesday (2/6) we will be registering Seniors to vote during Homeroom
In order for you to register, you will need either your driver’s license number or
the last four digits of your social security number

Please secure that information in the coming days so that you can be ready to
register next week

Thursday 2/1/2024 Announcements
The freshman student council is still selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2
each. Stop by Ms. B’s classroom C210 or Mr. Burgess’s classroom B201 to
purchase.

Attention Lakewood High School. There will be a fundraiser on February 7th
from 4pm-8pm at Chipotle. You must mention that you are there for the
Lakewood High School fundraiser and show a picture of the flyer. All proceeds
will go towards the LHS prom this year! We hope to see you there!

Anyone interested in Boys Tennis this Spring needs to attend an informational
meeting on Thursday February 8th at 3:10 in room C308. If you are unable to
attend but want to participate, stop by C308 and see Coach Smith before the 8th.
The ball is now in your court.

SPACE CLUB UPDATE: Guess what?!! We were accepted in the ARTEMIS
ROADS CHALLENGE and are one of three teams representing Ohio! There are
500 teams across the country. This means we have to design a mission patch
and complete the upcoming challenge by next week. So we have scheduled an
emergency meeting!! Come to our next meeting, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 at 315pm in
room A141. Join the google classroom to participate if you are interested EVEN
IF YOU can’t make the meeting! Join code = gj5df4d

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Come witness history Friday night February 2nd at the boys’ basketball game vs.
Valley Forge High School. Junior, Luke Vannucci, can make history and break
Lakewood High School’s 3-Point record if he makes three 3-pointers. Come pack
the gym and celebrate a special night!

Thursday 2/1/2024 Announcements
ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .

Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!

Thursday 2/1/2024 Announcements
Representatives from Tri-C will be on hand to assist students with the
application process. There is NO cost to students / families to apply to Tri-C.
Please have your social security number available for the application. Also, male
students who are 18 years old should have their selective service number as
well.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Thursday 2/1/2024 Announcements

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Thursday 2/1/2024 Announcements

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Wednesday, January 31st, 2024

ATTENTION ALL ATHLETES FROM FALL AND WINTER SPORTS!!!!. THE
LAKEWOOD RANGERS SOFTBALL TEAM IS RECRUITING GIRLS TO PLAY AT
ALL LEVELS FOR THIS COMING SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON. WE ARE
HOSTING A MEETING IN THE CAFETERIA TODAY, JANUARY 31, AT 3:10PM.

D and D – Thursday February 1st after school in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. If you
have any questions, contact Ms. Spies or check the Google Classroom.

Academic Challenge is playing this Thursday afterschool in Mr. Saksa’s room
A212. We are preparing for our tournament next week in Rocky River. New
players are always welcome. Come see what the buzz is all about.

Amnesty International will be meeting this Friday after school in room B314.

Film Club’s viewing of Spirited Away, will be rescheduled for this Friday, Feb. 2!
We will be in Lecture Hall 3 after school. Hope to see you there!!!

Today the US Army will be in the cafe during lunch periods.

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Wednesday 1/31/2024 Announcements
Attention Seniors:
Next Tuesday (2/6) we will be registering Seniors to vote during Homeroom
In order for you to register, you will need either your driver’s license number or
the last four digits of your social security number

Please secure that information in the coming days so that you can be ready to
register next week

All girls interested in joining the Girls Track and Field Team should get signed up
on Final Forms by Feb. 15. First day of Outdoor Track and Field is Tues. Feb. 20.
All communications will be sent via Final Forms. Reach out to Coaches Toole,
Kerney, Swiat, or Sparks if you have any questions.

Come witness history Friday night February 2nd at the boys’ basketball game vs.
Valley Forge High School. Junior, Luke Vannucci, can make history and break
Lakewood High School’s 3-Point record if he makes three 3-pointers. Come pack
the gym and celebrate a special night!

ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Wednesday 1/31/2024 Announcements
Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .

Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!
Representatives from Tri-C will be on hand to assist students with the
application process. There is NO cost to students / families to apply to Tri-C.
Please have your social security number available for the application. Also, male
students who are 18 years old should have their selective service number as
well.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

Wednesday 1/31/2024 Announcements
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.

Wednesday 1/31/2024 Announcements
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.

Wednesday 1/31/2024 Announcements
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Tuesday, January 30th, 2024

ATTENTION ALL ATHLETES FROM FALL AND WINTER SPORTS!!!!. THE
LAKEWOOD RANGERS SOFTBALL TEAM IS RECRUITING GIRLS TO PLAY AT
ALL LEVELS FOR THIS COMING SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON. WE ARE
HOSTING A MEETING IN THE CAFETERIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, AT
3:10PM. COME CHECK US OUT AND MEET THE COACHES AND SOME OF THE
PLAYERS FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL TEAM. AGAIN, JANUARY 31, 3:10PM, IN
THE GYM. GO RANGERS!!!!

Club meetings;
Art Club – Today, Jan. 30th after school is Ms. Stasiak’s room. We will be creating
comic books!
Photo Club – Today, Jan. 30th 3-4:15 in Mrs. Mcquay’s room, B111.
D and D – Thursday February 1st after school in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. If you
have any questions, contact Ms. Spies or check the Google Classroom.

Amnesty International will be meeting this Friday after school in room B314.

Cafe Visits this week:
Today- Matrix Trade Institue
Wednesday- US Army

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Tuesday 1/30/2024 Announcements

ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Tuesday 1/30/2024 Announcements
Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .

Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!
Representatives from Tri-C will be on hand to assist students with the
application process. There is NO cost to students / families to apply to Tri-C.
Please have your social security number available for the application. Also, male
students who are 18 years old should have their selective service number as
well.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters

Tuesday 1/30/2024 Announcements
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Tuesday 1/30/2024 Announcements
Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Friday, January 26th, 2024

Club meetings;
Art Club – Tuesday, Jan. 30th after school is Ms. Stasiak’s room. We will be
creating comic books!
Photo Club – Tuesday, Jan. 30th 3-4:15 in Mrs. Mcquay’s room, B111.
D and D – Thursday February 1st after school in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. If you
have any questions, contact Ms. Spies or check the Google Classroom.

ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.
Outdoor Track and Field will be here before you know it! Come join the Girls
Track and Field Team. Swing by the Coaches Workroom right across from the
Athletic Department on Mon. 1/29 to pick up important information. First Outdoor
Practice will be Tues. 2/20/24!

Attention all athletes interested in playing baseball this Spring, there will be an
informational meeting on 1/29 at 3:45pm in the LHS Cafe. We will discuss tryouts
and requirements for tryouts. Winter athletes please see handout in Athletic
Office or contact Coach Graves via Remind.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Friday 1/26/2024 Announcements
Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Tri- C is hosting an application day for Lakewood High School and West Shore
students on Thursday February 8th from 9:30 am – 2:30 pm in Room A-229 .

Seniors interested in continuing their education at Tri-C should sign up now.
Students who are interested in taking CCP courses through Tri-C and who have
not completed their application yet are also encouraged to sign up!
Representatives from Tri-C will be on hand to assist students with the
application process. There is NO cost to students / families to apply to Tri-C.
Please have your social security number available for the application. Also, male
students who are 18 years old should have their selective service number as
well.

Friday 1/26/2024 Announcements
The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.

Friday 1/26/2024 Announcements
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Friday 1/26/2024 Announcements
The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Thursday, January 25th, 2024

The Art department is taking a trip to Italy spring break 2025. There will be an
informational meeting at 6:30 pm today in Lecture Hall 2. See Ms. Sabin with
questions. Hope to see you there.
Club meetings;
Art Club – Tuesday, Jan. 30th after school is Ms. Stasiak’s room. We will be
creating comic books!
Photo Club – Tuesday, Jan. 30th 3-4:15 in Mrs. Mcquay’s room, B111.
D and D – Thursday February 1st after school in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. If you
have any questions, contact Ms. Spies or check the Google Classroom.
The Girls’ Varsity Bowling team was in action last night against the Fairview
Warriors. Though the final outcome was not in the Rangers favor, the Senior
celebration night was filled with plenty of excitement. Junior Anajda Dajlanaj
rolled the second highest score in school history with a 204 and our
4 year Varsity Senior Mya Blume finished the night with highest score bowled
in the second game, 161.
Congratulations to Mya and all the lady Rangers, great work and
good luck with the rest of the season!

ATTENTION Sophomores. Now is the time to apply for West Shore! Applications
have opened and you can easily apply by following by visiting:
tinyurl.com/wsapply
All applications are due by March 1st, but programs can fill-up fast so get your
app in today! If you have any questions you can always stop down to the West
Shore office.
Outdoor Track and Field will be here before you know it! Come join the Girls
Track and Field Team. Swing by the Coaches Workroom right across from the
Athletic Department on Mon. 1/29 to pick up important information. First Outdoor
Practice will be Tues. 2/20/24!

Thursday 1/25/2024 Announcements
Attention all athletes interested in playing baseball this Spring, there will be an
informational meeting on 1/29 at 3:45pm in the LHS Cafe. We will discuss tryouts
and requirements for tryouts. Winter athletes please see handout in Athletic
Office or contact Coach Graves via Remind.

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Lambda Phi Omega Chapter annually awards scholarships to deserving
Cuyahoga County seniors. We are now accepting applications for our 2024
scholarships. To qualify for a scholarship, the student must meet the following
criteria:
1. Reside in and attend a high school located in Cuyahoga County;
2. Be a high school senior who will graduate by August 15,2024;
3. Have a minimum 2.5 Cumulative Grade PointAverage (GPA); and,
4. Enrolled in a College, University, or Post-Secondary Institution by August 31,
2024.
Hardcopies of the instructions can be found outside of the Guidance office and
this was posted in the LHS School Counseling Classroom on Jan 10th.

Thursday 1/25/2024 Announcements

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024

Thursday 1/25/2024 Announcements
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Thursday 1/25/2024 Announcements
Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

The Cavaliers Community Foundation and Huntington are proud to award five (5)
graduating seniors a $10,000 scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year.
Scholarship funds can be applied to verifiable costs associated with college or a
vocational/trade school, including tuition, fees, books, and on campus room and
board.

Five (5) runners-up will be selected to receive a $1,000 Huntington Savings
Accounts.

Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance, outstanding
community service, and need.
Scholarship applications will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2024.
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom and in Naviance.

Wednesday, January 24th, 2024

The ASL Club will be meeting today after school in room C121.

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Outdoor Track and Field will be here before you know it! Come join the Girls
Track and Field Team. Swing by the Coaches Workroom right across from the
Athletic Department on Mon. 1/29 to pick up important information. First Outdoor
Practice will be Tues. 2/20/24!

H2O’s Home Alone Program has 7 openings for Freshman, Sophomores &
Juniors. Join a team of high school students collaborating with local safety and
child development professionals to present a safety skills program for Lakewood
families. This opportunity offers leadership development and service hours in a
manageable time commitment. Stop in the H2O office in the cafeteria to sign up.

Attention Super Snappers!!!!
Due to Mrs. Hansen’s absence, Photo Club from now through the rest of this
school year will take place in Mrs. Mcquay’s room, B111.
Our next meeting is currently planned for January the 30th, 3-4:15.
We will be presenting our work from the FIND OLIVE RODEMANN assignment.
If you haven’t taken your photos yet (or haven’t heard of the project at all) DO
NOT FRET! Join our classroom with the code qyqwmpg, the assignment
attached should have all you need to catch up. If you have any questions about
the project or really anything at all, please contact either of the leaders directly.
Super Snappers Unite!!!!

Wednesday 1/24/2024 Announcements
The Art department is taking a trip to Italy spring break 2025. There will be an
informational meeting at 6:30 pm Thursday, January 25th in Lecture Hall 2. Scan
the QR code if you want to attend. See Ms. Sabin with questions. Hope to see
you there.

The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associate degree or
a 1-year Certificate in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Wednesday 1/24/2024 Announcements
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024

Wednesday 1/24/2024 Announcements
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Wednesday 1/24/2024 Announcements
Cleveland Hockey Booster Club Scholarships
Minimum award will be $2000
This is for high school seniors currently playing school or club hockey
There is no GPA requirement
Essays and letters must be received no later than Friday March 1st.
Link for more information and the application have been posted on the LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom and Naviance.

Monday, January 22nd, 2024

The ASL Club will now be meeting on Wednesday this week after school in room
C121.

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

Anyone interested in joining us for the new “Forum” club, please come to A125
today after school. There will be snacks and lively discussion. Come and make a
difference at LHS!

Don’t forget – Ping Pong Club meets Mondays right after school in room A320.
No experience necessary and all are welcome to join the fun!

Attention Super Snappers!!!!
Due to Mrs. Hansen’s absence, Photo Club from now through the rest of this
school year will take place in Mrs. Mcquay’s room, B111.
Our next meeting is currently planned for January the 30th, 3-4:15.
We will be presenting our work from the FIND OLIVE RODEMANN assignment.
If you haven’t taken your photos yet (or haven’t heard of the project at all) DO
NOT FRET! Join our classroom with the code qyqwmpg, the assignment
attached should have all you need to catch up. If you have any questions about
the project or really anything at all, please contact either of the leaders directly.
Super Snappers Unite!!!!

Monday 1/22/2024 Announcements
The Art department is taking a trip to Italy spring break 2025. There will be an
informational meeting at 6:30 pm Thursday, January 25th in Lecture Hall 2. Scan
the QR code if you want to attend. See Ms. Sabin with questions. Hope to see
you there.

The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associate degree or
a 1-year Certificate in the semiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Monday 1/22/2024 Announcements
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)
Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) Scholarship Applications
are available TODAY!
Go to http://www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Instructions and application can be found at the top of the LREF homepage.
The link has also been posted today on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google
Classroom. Deadline is Feb. 22nd.

OHIO UNIVERSITY WOMEN’S CLUB OF GREATER CLEVELAND for female
students entering Ohio University (ATHENS, OH campus) full-time as freshmen
in the fall of 2024. In order to be eligible for this award, you must meet all of the
following criteria:
1. Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 for 6 semesters
2. Graduate from a Greater Cleveland area high school (Cuyahoga, Geauga,
Lake, Lorain, or Medina county)
3. Be a female student entering Ohio University as a freshman in the fall of 2024

Monday 1/22/2024 Announcements
If you meet all of the above criteria, access the application through your
Naviance account, or The LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom or
hardcopies can be found outside of Guidance.

Scholarship application from the Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation
Each scholarship consists of $2,500 per year for a total of $10,000 over a four
year period or $ 5,000 for those students attending a Community College.
Permanent resident of the City of Lakewood, Ohio.
Member of a 2023 graduating class
Citizen of the United States.
Overall grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
Demonstrate leadership and service within the community.
Show qualities indicative of good citizenship, honesty and sound moral
character.
Substantiate a financial need.
Required to participate in an interview by the committee.
Present proof of enrollment in an accredited college or university upon
acceptance of scholarship
Provide a F.A.F.S.A. determination .

More information and application:
https://www.kiwanisfoundation.com/scholarships
Posted LHS School Counseling Dept Google classroom
Hardcopies outside of Guidance

Thursday, January 18th, 2024

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting today in Ms. Spies’ room after
school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more information or see Ms.
Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

Attention all National Honor Society members. Due to the day off yesterday, our
meeting has been rescheduled to today after school. Please check your school
email for more information. See Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions!

Ski Club is going to Holiday Valley February 11th. Payment for the trip must be
made to the bookroom by February 2nd. Spots are filling up so don’t wait. See
you on the slopes.

ATTENTION 10th Grade Students who signed up to visit a West Shore Program.
Visits will take place today. Please come straight to the cafeteria after 1st period
to get your tour/visit schedule.

Academic Challenge will meet today in Ms. Sabin’s room. We will be competing
next month, so we need all hands on deck. New members are always welcome.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

Join FILM CLUB on Friday after school in Lecture Hall 3 as we watch the
Miyazaki classic, Spirited Away! Refreshments will be served and Mr. Lobozzo
might even discuss his recent visit to the Studio Ghibli museum in Japan! Hope
to see you there!

Thursday 1/18/2024 Announcements
Anyone interested in joining us for the new “Forum” club, please come to A125
on Monday, Jan. 22nd after school. There will be snacks and lively discussion.
Come and make a difference at LHS!

Don’t forget – Ping Pong Club meets Mondays right after school in room A320.
No experience necessary and all are welcome to join the fun!

The Art department is taking a trip to Italy spring break 2025. There will be an
informational meeting at 6:30 pm Thursday, January 25th in Lecture Hall 2. Scan
the QR code if you want to attend. See Ms. Sabin with questions. Hope to see
you there.

Thursday 1/18/2024 Announcements
H2O volunteers have been busy loom knitting hats for the Cove Community
Center Winter Warm Up Project. Hats, scarves, gloves and more are available for
all on the fence outside Cove Center near the RTA bus stop. For those of you
who have a knitting loom, please stop in to see Mrs. Chodzin in the H2O office
this week for a progress check.

Attention Seniors! The 2024 Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation
Scholarship Application is available beginning Friday, January 12th. Links to
download the application form and instruction/information packet can be found
at the top of the top of the LREF homepage, www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Deadline for submission is February 22nd. Graduating seniors who plan on
attending 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade school are encouraged
to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office at E208 (next to the LRC)
Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

Looking for a great summer job? Lakewood Recreation is now hiring
enthusiastic and responsible students for summer jobs as lifeguards, pool
attendants, camp counselors, baseball scorers and more! Complete an
application at recreation.lakewoodcityschools.org Free lifeguard training classes
are available. Questions? Stop by the Rec Department – door #31 at LHS.

Thursday 1/18/2024 Announcements
The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Tuesday, January 16th, 2024

LHS Cornhole Club will be meeting in the cafeteria today after school. All are
welcome. See Mr. Burgess in B201 for any questions.

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting Thursday, January 18th in Ms.
Spies’ room after school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more
information or see Ms. Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

Attention all current and NEW National Honor Society members. Our next
meeting is tomorrow after school in Lecture Hall 3. We will be welcoming our
new members and discussing the upcoming induction ceremony. Please see an
officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Craving pizza? Want to help the junior class raise money for next years prom?
Then please consider ordering Angelos on Thursday between 11:00 am and 11
pm. Mention LHS Class of 25 when dining in or ordering takeout and 20% will be
donated to the cause.

The Ski Club trip to Seven Springs is not a go. But Holiday Valley in February
needs members to sign up. Payment is collected in the bookroom, permission
slips can be picked up in B208 . If you have questions see Ms. Sabin or Mr.
White. Hope to see you on the slopes.

Academic Challenge will meet Thursday January 18th in Ms. Sabin’s room. We
will be competing next month, so we need all hands on deck. New members are
always welcome. Come see what the buzz is all about.

Tuesday 1/16/2024 Announcements
Join FILM CLUB on Friday, January 19, after school in Lecture Hall 3 as we watch
the Miyazaki classic, Spirited Away! Refreshments will be served and Mr.
Lobozzo might even discuss his recent visit to the Studio Ghibli museum in
Japan! Hope to see you there!

Don’t forget – Ping Pong Club meets Mondays right after school in room A320.
No experience necessary and all are welcome to join the fun!

The Art department is taking a trip to Italy spring break 2025. There will be an
informational meeting at 6:30 pm Thursday, January 25th in Lecture Hall 2. Scan
the QR code if you want to attend. See Ms. Sabin with questions. Hope to see
you there.

Tuesday 1/16/2024 Announcements
H2O volunteers have been busy loom knitting hats for the Cove Community
Center Winter Warm Up Project. Hats, scarves, gloves and more are available for
all on the fence outside Cove Center near the RTA bus stop. For those of you
who have a knitting loom, please stop in to see Mrs. Chodzin in the H2O office
this week for a progress check.

Attention Seniors! The 2024 Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation
Scholarship Application is available beginning Friday, January 12th. Links to
download the application form and instruction/information packet can be found
at the top of the top of the LREF homepage, www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Deadline for submission is February 22nd. Graduating seniors who plan on
attending 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade school are encouraged
to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office at E208 (next to the LRC)
Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

Tuesday 1/16/2024 Announcements
Attention Lakewood 10th Graders, are you interested in West Shore and would
like to learn more about two specific programs?
Then be sure to Sign-Up today for our West Shore-LHS tours day.
Scan the QR code below or visit:
https://sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/west-shore-learn-more
and click on “Lakewood Students schedule a visit to West Shore programs!”
located in the purple bar.

You will be contacted regarding which programs you’ll visit and what time.
Visits take place on Thursday, January 18th so get your request in today!
If you have any questions you can come down and see or contact Mrs. Crislip in
the West Shore office.

Tuesday 1/16/2024 Announcements
The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Friday, January 12th, 2024

Amnesty International will meet after school today in Ms. Sandor’s room, B314.

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting Thursday, January 18th in Ms.
Spies’ room after school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more
information or see Ms. Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

Attention all current and NEW National Honor Society members. Our next
meeting is Wednesday, January 17 after school in Lecture Hall 3. We will be
welcoming our new members and discussing the upcoming induction ceremony.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Craving pizza? Want to help the junior class raise money for next years prom?
Then please consider ordering Angelos next Thursday between 11:00 am and 11
pm. Mention LHS Class of 25 when dining in or ordering takeout and 20% will be
donated to the cause.

LHS Cornhole Club will be meeting in the cafeteria after school on Tuesday,
January 16. All are welcome. See Mr. Burgess in B201 for any questions.

The Ski Club trip to Seven Springs is not a go. But Holiday Valley in February
needs members to sign up. Payment is collected in the bookroom, permission
slips can be picked up in B208 . If you have questions see Ms. Sabin or Mr.
White. Hope to see you on the slopes.

Academic Challenge will meet Thursday January 18th in Ms. Sabin’s room. We
will be competing next month, so we need all hands on deck. New members are
always welcome. Come see what the buzz is all about.

Friday 1/12/2024 Announcements
Join FILM CLUB on Friday, January 19, after school in Lecture Hall 3 as we watch
the Miyazaki classic, Spirited Away! Refreshments will be served and Mr.
Lobozzo might even discuss his recent visit to the Studio Ghibli museum in
Japan! Hope to see you there!

Attention Lakewood 10th Graders, are you interested in West Shore and would
like to learn more about two specific programs?
Then be sure to Sign-Up today for our West Shore-LHS tours day.
Scan the QR code below or visit:
https://sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/west-shore-learn-more
and click on “Lakewood Students schedule a visit to West Shore programs!”
located in the purple bar.

You will be contacted regarding which programs you’ll visit and what time.
Visits take place on Thursday, January 18th so get your request in today!
If you have any questions you can come down and see or contact Mrs. Crislip in
the West Shore office.

Friday 1/12/2024 Announcements
Hey fellow gamers and herpetology enthusiasts! Before you dive back into your
favorite games or embark on the next reptile adventure, we’ve got a tiny mission
for you.
Take a quick detour to Remind and Google Classroom, our virtual club hubs,
because there’s some seriously cool intel waiting for you. Picture it like finding a
secret bonus level in your game or stumbling upon a hidden corner where the
most fascinating lizard facts are unveiled.
Don’t be the one missing out on the exclusive scoop – consider it your quest for
the day. So, wield your controllers and snake hooks, head over to Remind and
Google Classroom, and unveil the treasures that await. It’s a journey worth
taking, trust us!
Keep gaming, keep herping, and most importantly, keep checking those updates!
Contact Mr. Streets for more information and new members are always welcome.

Attention Seniors! The 2024 Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation
Scholarship Application is available beginning Friday, January 12th. Links to
download the application form and instruction/information packet can be found
at the top of the top of the LREF homepage, www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Deadline for submission is February 22nd. Graduating seniors who plan on
attending 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade school are encouraged
to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office at E208 (next to the LRC)
Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Friday 1/12/2024 Announcements
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Thursday, January 11th, 2024

Attention LHS! Tomorrow is Browns Day, so wear your Browns spirit wear to
cheer on our team!

Amnesty International will meet after school tomorrow in Ms. Sandor’s room,
B314.

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting Thursday, January 18th in Ms.
Spies’ room after school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more
information or see Ms. Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

Attention all current and NEW National Honor Society members. Our next
meeting is Wednesday, January 17 after school in Lecture Hall 3. We will be
welcoming our new members and discussing the upcoming induction ceremony.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Craving pizza? Want to help the junior class raise money for next years prom?
Then please consider ordering Angelos next Thursday between 11:00 am and 11
pm. Mention LHS Class of 25 when dining in or ordering takeout and 20% will be
donated to the cause.

LHS Cornhole Club will be meeting in the cafeteria after school on Tuesday,
January 16. All are welcome. See Mr. Burgess in B201 for any questions.

The Ski Club trip to Seven Springs is not a go. But Holiday Valley in February
needs members to sign up. Payment is collected in the bookroom, permission
slips can be picked up in B208 . If you have questions see Ms. Sabin or Mr.
White. Hope to see you on the slopes.

Thursday 1/11/2024 Announcements
Academic Challenge will meet Thursday January 18th in Ms. Sabin’s room. We
will be competing next month, so we need all hands on deck. New members are
always welcome. Come see what the buzz is all about.
Attention Lakewood 10th Graders, are you interested in West Shore and would
like to learn more about two specific programs?
Then be sure to Sign-Up today for our West Shore-LHS tours day.
Scan the QR code below or visit:
https://sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/west-shore-learn-more
and click on “Lakewood Students schedule a visit to West Shore programs!”
located in the purple bar.

You will be contacted regarding which programs you’ll visit and what time.
Visits take place on Thursday, January 18th so get your request in today!
If you have any questions you can come down and see or contact Mrs. Crislip in
the West Shore office.

Thursday 1/11/2024 Announcements
Hey fellow gamers and herpetology enthusiasts! Before you dive back into your
favorite games or embark on the next reptile adventure, we’ve got a tiny mission
for you.
Take a quick detour to Remind and Google Classroom, our virtual club hubs,
because there’s some seriously cool intel waiting for you. Picture it like finding a
secret bonus level in your game or stumbling upon a hidden corner where the
most fascinating lizard facts are unveiled.
Don’t be the one missing out on the exclusive scoop – consider it your quest for
the day. So, wield your controllers and snake hooks, head over to Remind and
Google Classroom, and unveil the treasures that await. It’s a journey worth
taking, trust us!
Keep gaming, keep herping, and most importantly, keep checking those updates!
Contact Mr. Streets for more information and new members are always welcome.

Attention Seniors! The 2024 Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation
Scholarship Application is available beginning Friday, January 12th. Links to
download the application form and instruction/information packet can be found
at the top of the top of the LREF homepage, www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Deadline for submission is February 22nd. Graduating seniors who plan on
attending 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade school are encouraged
to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office at E208 (next to the LRC)
Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Thursday 1/11/2024 Announcements
Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Wednesday, January 10th, 2024

Attention LHS! We are having a “Browns Day” on Friday, Jan 12, so wear your
Browns spirit wear to cheer on our team!

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting Thursday, January 18th in Ms.
Spies’ room after school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more
information or see Ms. Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

Attention all current and NEW National Honor Society members. Our next
meeting is Wednesday, January 17 after school in Lecture Hall 3. We will be
welcoming our new members and discussing the upcoming induction ceremony.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Craving pizza? Want to help the junior class raise money for next years prom?
Then please consider ordering Angelos next Thursday between 11:00 am and 11
pm. Mention LHS Class of 25 when dining in or ordering takeout and 20% will be
donated to the cause.

Hey fellow gamers and herpetology enthusiasts! Before you dive back into your
favorite games or embark on the next reptile adventure, we’ve got a tiny mission
for you.
Take a quick detour to Remind and Google Classroom, our virtual club hubs,
because there’s some seriously cool intel waiting for you. Picture it like finding a
secret bonus level in your game or stumbling upon a hidden corner where the
most fascinating lizard facts are unveiled.
Don’t be the one missing out on the exclusive scoop – consider it your quest for
the day. So, wield your controllers and snake hooks, head over to Remind and

Wednesday 1/10/2024 Announcements
Google Classroom, and unveil the treasures that await. It’s a journey worth
taking, trust us!
Keep gaming, keep herping, and most importantly, keep checking those updates!
Contact Mr. Streets for more information and new members are always welcome.

Attention Seniors! The 2024 Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation
Scholarship Application is available beginning Friday, January 12th. Links to
download the application form and instruction/information packet can be found
at the top of the top of the LREF homepage, www.lakewoodrangers.com.
Deadline for submission is February 22nd. Graduating seniors who plan on
attending 2-year or 4-year college or university or trade school are encouraged
to apply. Questions? Stop in at the LREF office at E208 (next to the LRC)
Monday-Thursday 9am -330 pm. or call 216-529-4033.

The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

Wednesday 1/10/2024 Announcements
MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Tuesday, January 9th, 2024

The American Sign Language Club meeting for this week has been cancelled.

Attention LHS! We are having a “Browns Day” on Friday, Jan 12, so wear your
Browns spirit to cheer on our team!

Attention D & D club members! We have a meeting Thursday, January 18th in Ms.
Spies’ room after school. Check out the Google Classroom page for more
information or see Ms. Spies if you have any questions. See you there!

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

FAFSA Workshops
Information is posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval for more information. She is here on Wednesdays and
some Thursdays. There is a sign up sheet outside of her office A 208.

Tuesday 1/9/2024 Announcements
The Intel Scholarship for Women inTechnology Program awards up to 25
scholarships to female students in Ohio pursuing a relevant Associatedegree or
a 1-year Certificate in thesemiconductor manufacturing industry.

This is a $5000 Scholarship. Deadline is Feb. 19, 2024. There is a QR code
outside of Guidance and a link was posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Google Classroom on 12/21.

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Monday, January 8th, 2024

The American Sign Language Club meeting for this week has been cancelled.

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in collaboration with the
Congressional Black Caucus Spouses give more than 300 scholarships each
year to students who exhibit leadership potential via excellent community
service and academic achievement. Their scholarship programs provide
financial aid to prospective and current college students in a range of subject
matter. This information and link to scholarship applications were posted to LHS
School Counseling Dept. Classroom. Code: e3ym4dj

FAFSA Workshops
Information is posted on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval for more information. She is here on Wednesdays and
some Thursdays. There is a sign up sheet outside of her office A 208.

Community Foundation Scholarships
This 1 application can qualify applicants for more than 260 education
scholarships by the Community Foundation. Scholarships include ones for
General Education, Nursing and Trades. (no one applied for the Trades
scholarship last year)

JANUARY 1 – Open application time period. Unless otherwise indicated, all
applications must be submitted by 11:59 PM on March 1st in order to be
considered.

Monday 1/8/2024 Announcements
MARCH 15 – Applications will be distributed to all scholarship advisory
committees by this date.

APRIL 15 – All scholarship selections are returned to the Community
Foundation. This will give our staff enough time to distribute the information to
local high schools so that they may plan their awards ceremonies.

Information and application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept.
Classroom (code: e3ym4dj) and flyers are outside of the Guidance office.

Tuesday, December 12th, 2023

Get ready to embrace the festive charm of our Holiday Spirit Week! Join us this
week for festive fun and cozy vibes as we celebrate the magic of winter together. ❄️
Today – Winter White Out
Wednesday – Silly Festive Sweater Day
Thursday – Santa vs. Grinch (Red vs Green)
Friday – Holiday PJ Day

Cornhole Club will be having it last meeting of the semester today after school in
the cafeteria. All are welcome!

There will be an Art Club meeting today. We will meet from 3:15-4:15 after school
in room B202.

Stop by Guidance to answer 4 Trivia questions for your chance to win lunch or a
food gift card. Winner will be announced Dec. 18th.

Last chance to buy gum before the year ends!! Buy now for only $1.50 in the
cafeteria.

Saturday the girls wrestling team traveled to Mentor to wrestle in the Mentor
Duals. The girls finished with 2 wins and 3 losses. We beat Olentangy Berlin and
Columbia. We lost to Marysville, Alliance, and Mentor. The Mentor match was
close. We lost 36-30. If we had more weight classes filled we would have a better
chance to win. It is not to late to try wrestling ladies. If you are interested talk to
Coach Germaine after school.

Tuesday 12/12/2023 Announcements
Sunday the ladies did a great job. We placed 3rd out of 40 schools at the Brush
Tournament. We had 6 girls place. Riley, Gillian and Zayna placed 1st. Fallon
placed 4th. El Tha (El Ta) placed 6th and Savanah placed 5th.

The girls are making history everyday in the wrestling program. Saturday we had
our 1st dual meet wins and Sunday was the 1st time our girls placed in the top 3
at a tournament.

OAPS/AFSCME Memorial Scholarship is available to seniors whose parent/legal
guardian is a member of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees,
AFSCME Local 4, AFL-CIO (OAPSE/ AFSCME).
The Scholarship can be downloaded at: www.oapse.org. Click on “Benefits of
Membership” then “Scholarships”. Hard copies are outside of guidance and a
link was posted to the LHS Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!

Tuesday 12/12/2023 Announcements
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Be citizens of the United States of America

Tuesday 12/12/2023 Announcements

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Monday, December 11th, 2023

Get ready to embrace the festive charm of our Holiday Spirit Week! Join us this
week for festive fun and cozy vibes as we celebrate the magic of winter together. ❄️
Today’s theme is Winter Hat and Cozy Sock Day!
Tuesday – Winter White Out
Wednesday – Silly Festive Sweater Day
Thursday – Santa vs. Grinch (Red vs Green)
Friday – Holiday PJ Day

Civics Lab is heating up at Cove Center today at 4:30PM. Share nachos, spicy
hot chocolate and a dynamic space for connecting with Lakewood teens from all
schools. We’ll discuss issues impacting teens today and begin planning for our
January 2024 MLK Day event where guests of all ages will share their first-hand
accounts of school integration through the decades.

Cornhole Club will be having it last meeting of the semester tomorrow after
school in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

There will be an Art Club meeting tomorrow. We will meet from 3:15-4:15 after
school in room B202.

The Girls Varsity Bowling team was in action on Saturday and the Lady Rangers
bowled a New School Record team series of 1863.
The Rangers were led by Junior Hailey Ellis’ series of 423, followed by Senior
Mya Blume’s 409, Junior Bea Allen 375, Junior Anajda Dajlanaj 345, Junior
Phoebe Klasa 311, and Sophmore Gray Olson 257. The high game of the day
belonged to Junior Anajda Dajlanaj with a 163!!
Congratulations ladies! Keep the ball rolling and the pins falling down!

Monday 12/11/2023 Announcements
Stop by Guidance to answer 4 Trivia questions for your chance to win lunch or a
food gift card. Winner will be announced Dec. 18th.

Our very own Senior Elves will be collecting money this week to help Lakewood
families in need. Please donate to this worthwhile cause.

Voting for the annual Deck the Doors contest will take place on Wednesday and
Thursday. Watch your email for the voting survey.

OAPS/AFSCME Memorial Scholarship is available to seniors whose parent/legal
guardian is a member of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees,
AFSCME Local 4, AFL-CIO (OAPSE/ AFSCME).
The Scholarship can be downloaded at: www.oapse.org. Click on “Benefits of
Membership” then “Scholarships”. Hard copies are outside of guidance and a
link was posted to the LHS Counseling Dept. Classroom.

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

Monday 12/11/2023 Announcements
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Monday 12/11/2023 Announcements
Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Friday, December 8th, 2023

The Guidance office has a Deck the Doors display that includes a trivia contest.
There is a basket on the table outside of Guidance with paper for you to write
your answers. Turn it in to guidance for your chance to win lunch or a food gift
card. In the event of a tie, a name will be drawn. The winner will be announced on
Dec. 18th.

Get ready to embrace the festive charm of our Holiday Spirit Week! Join us NEXT
WEEK for festive fun and cozy vibes as we celebrate the magic of winter
together. ❄️
Monday’s theme is Winter Hat and Cozy Sock Day!
Tuesday – Winter White Out
Wednesday – Silly Festive Sweater Day
Thursday – Santa vs. Grinch (Red vs Green)
Friday – Holiday PJ Day

Civics Lab is heating up at Cove Center this Monday December 11th at 4:30PM.
Share nachos, spicy hot chocolate and a dynamic space for connecting with
Lakewood teens from all schools. We’ll discuss issues impacting teens today
and begin planning for our January 2024 MLK Day event where guests of all ages
will share their first-hand accounts of school integration through the decades.

Cornhole Club will be having it last meeting of the semester this Tuesday,
December 12 after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

There will be an Art Club meeting on Tuesday, December 12th. We will meet from
3:15-4:15 after school in room B202.

Friday 12/8/2023 Announcements
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.
OAPS/AFSCME Memorial Scholarship is available to seniors whose parent/legal
guardian is a member of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees,
AFSCME Local 4, AFL-CIO (OAPSE/ AFSCME).
The Scholarship can be downloaded at: www.oapse.org. Click on “Benefits of
Membership” then “Scholarships”. Hard copies are outside of guidance and a
link was posted to the LHS Counseling Dept. Classroom.

The 2024-25 FAFSA form will be available December 31st. Email or contact Mrs.
Sandoval with any questions. She is here on Wednesdays & some Thursdays.
There is a sign up sheet on her door, room A-208.
[email protected]

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

Friday 12/8/2023 Announcements
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Friday 12/8/2023 Announcements
Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Thursday, December 7th, 2023

Academic Challenge will be meeting in Mr. Saksa’s room today. He’s prepared a
special quiz for us. Come see what the buzz is all about. New members are
always welcome!

Attention all students! Dungeons and Dragons will be meeting today in Ms.
Spies’ room, C214 after school. See you there!

A reminder to students that the library can only lend out loaner Chromebooks for
students whose machines are being fixed. If you leave your chromebook at
home, please see if you are able to have it delivered. Thank you for your help in
keeping loaner chromebooks available to students whose computers are broken.

The Guidance office has a Deck the Doors display that includes a trivia contest.
There is a basket on the table outside of Guidance with paper for you to write
your answers. Turn it in to guidance for your chance to win lunch or a food gift
card. In the event of a tie, a name will be drawn. The winner will be announced on
Dec. 18th.

Get ready to embrace the festive charm of our Holiday Spirit Week! Join us NEXT
WEEK for festive fun and cozy vibes as we celebrate the magic of winter
together. ❄️
Monday’s theme is Winter Hat and Cozy Sock Day!
Tuesday – Winter White Out
Wednesday – Silly Festive Sweater Day
Thursday – Santa vs. Grinch (Red vs Green)
Friday – Holiday PJ Day

Thursday 12/7/2023 Announcements

Civics Lab is heating up at Cove Center this Monday December 11th at 4:30PM.
Share nachos, spicy hot chocolate and a dynamic space for connecting with
Lakewood teens from all schools. We’ll discuss issues impacting teens today
and begin planning for our January 2024 MLK Day event where guests of all ages
will whare their first-hand accounts of school integration through the decades.
Cornhole Club will be having it last meeting of the semester this Tuesday,
December 12 after school in the cafeteria. All are welcome!

OAPS/AFSCME Memorial Scholarship is available to seniors whose parent/legal
guardian is a member of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees,
AFSCME Local 4, AFL-CIO (OAPSE/ AFSCME).
The Scholarship can be downloaded at: www.oapse.org. Click on “Benefits of
Membership” then “Scholarships”. Hard copies are outside of guidance and a
link was posted to the LHS Counseling Dept. Classroom.

The 2024-25 FAFSA form will be available December 31st. Email or contact Mrs.
Sandoval with any questions. She is here on Wednesdays & some Thursdays.
There is a sign up sheet on her door, room A-208.
[email protected]

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

Thursday 12/7/2023 Announcements
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Thursday 12/7/2023 Announcements
Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Wednesday, December 6th, 2023

It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting today in
Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we are going to Seven Springs and
Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr. White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

Academic Challenge will be meeting in Mr. Saksa’s room this Thursday. He’s
prepared a special quiz for us. Come see what the buzz is all about. New
members are always welcome!

Attention all students! Dungeons and Dragons will be meeting on Thursday,
December 7 in Ms. Spies’ room, C214 after school. See you there!

A reminder to students that the library can only lend out loaner Chromebooks for
students whose machines are being fixed. If you leave your chromebook at
home, please see if you are able to have it delivered. Thank you for your help in
keeping loaner chromebooks available to students whose computers are broken.

OAPS/AFSCME Memorial Scholarship is available to seniors whose parent/legal
guardian is a member of the Ohio Association of Public School Employees,
AFSCME Local 4, AFL-CIO (OAPSE/ AFSCME).
The Scholarship can be downloaded at: www.oapse.org. Click on “Benefits of
Membership” then “Scholarships”. Hard copies are outside of guidance and a
link was posted to the LHS Counseling Dept. Classroom.

FSA creation message
Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help

Wednesday 12/6/2023 Announcements
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been

Wednesday 12/6/2023 Announcements
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Tuesday, December 5th, 2023

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! Today, we will be holding a basketball halftime challenge!! Pay $5
to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have 30 seconds to make a lay
up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners who make all four will be
entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you there-all proceeds go
towards supporting the Class of 2024!!

Ever wanted to learn American Sign Language ? If so, come to an informational
meeting for ASL Club today in the Moving Miles Room (C121) across from House
2. Email Mrs. McPeek if interested

It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting
Wednesday, December 6th in Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we
are going to Seven Springs and Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr.
White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

Academic Challenge will be meeting in Mr. Saksa’s room this Thursday. He’s
prepared a special quiz for us. Come see what the buzz is all about. New
members are always welcome!

The Rangers Women’s Wrestling team is looking for more ladies to join. We have
a lot of quality wrestlers now, but would love to fill all of the weight classes to
have a “full” team. If you are interested, or if you have any questions, please
stop by the wrestling room after school any weekday to talk to Coach Germaine.

Business Management is selling gum in the cafeteria during all lunch periods!
Each pack is $2.50 and we accept cash and credit card.

Tuesday 12/5/2023 Announcements

FSA creation message

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Tuesday 12/5/2023 Announcements

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

Tuesday 12/5/2023 Announcements
website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Monday, December 4th, 2023

Be sure to tune into the video announcements tomorrow. The winners of the
Hope for the Holidays donation contest will be announced during that time.

The U.S. Army will be in the Cafe today during the lunch periods.

Boys Indoor Track…..1st Practice is today… Meet at locker room on West Side of
Stadium by the tennis courts @3:15 pm…be prepared to be outside for practice

Ever wanted to learn American Sign Language ? If so, come to an informational
meeting for ASL Club tomorrow in the Moving Miles Room (C121) across from
House 2. Email Mrs. McPeek if interested

It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting
Wednesday, December 6th in Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we
are going to Seven Springs and Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr.
White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! On Tuesday, December 5th, we will be holding a basketball
halftime challenge!! Pay $5 to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have
30 seconds to make a lay up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners
who make all four will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you
there-all proceeds go towards supporting the Class of 2024!!
Academic Challenge will be meeting in Mr. Saksa’s room this Thursday. He’s
prepared a special quiz for us. Come see what the buzz is all about. New
members are always welcome!

Monday 12/4/2023 Announcements
The Rangers Women’s Wrestling team is looking for more ladies to join. We have
a lot of quality wrestlers now, but would love to fill all of the weight classes to
have a “full” team. If you are interested, or if you have any questions, please
stop by the wrestling room after school any weekday to talk to Coach Germaine.
Business Management is selling gum in the cafeteria during all lunch periods!
Each pack is $2.50 and we accept cash and credit card.
Our Lakewood Rangers Girls Varsity Bowling Team
bowled well this past weekend and were able to defeat the
Bruins of Padua, by a score of 2022 pins to 1791 pins.
The lady Rangers were led
by Junior Hailey Ellis with a high series of 385. Following
Hailey was Junior Phoebe Klasa with a 371 series and a high game of
150. Rounding out the Rangers scoring was Junior Bea Allen with a 310 series,
Junior Anajda Dalanaja with 306 series, Senior Mya Blume with 201 series, and
Freshman Arianna Vaughn with a single game of 90.
The Varsity Boys were also in action and Junior Justin Lacquement led all
scoring with a new all-time school record, 3 games series of 626!
Congratulations Rangers! Keep up the great work!

FSA creation message

Only a few weeks left in 2023! If you haven’t yet, now’s the time to ensure your
finances for college are in order. Go to fafsa.gov and create your FSA ID to help
you unlock federal financial aid. The FAFSA will open on 12/31/2023 and College
Now will be here to help you in the New Year. If you still need to create a FSA ID
you still have time. Log on to:
https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/create-account/launch!

FAFSA should open soon! If you’re creating end-of-year communications, here is
a specific FAFSA message for your school and families. Handouts have been
attached to a post on Nov. 29th in the LHS School Counseling Classroom or
contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

Monday 12/4/2023 Announcements

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.
GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Monday 12/4/2023 Announcements
Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Friday, December 1st, 2023

Today is the last day of the Hope for the Holidays donation drive between
Homerooms. Please donate to this great cause in our community. Be sure to
turn in your money by 3 pm today.

The University of Alabama will be in the cafe today for 7th period only.

Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you TODAY after school in LEC 3. As usual, movie
refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

Boys Indoor Track…..1st Practice is Monday Dec 4… Meet at locker room on West
Side of Stadium by the tennis courts @3:15 pm…be prepared to be outside for
practice

Ever wanted to learn American Sign Language ? If so, come to an informational
meeting for ASL Club next Tuesday in the Moving Miles Room (C121) across
from House 2.
Email Mrs. McPeek if interested

Business Management is selling gum in the cafeteria during all lunch periods!
Each pack is $2.50 and we accept cash and credit card.

It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting
Wednesday, December 6th in Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we
are going to Seven Springs and Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr.
White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

Friday 12/1/2023 Announcements

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! On Tuesday, December 5th, we will be holding a basketball
halftime challenge!! Pay $5 to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have
30 seconds to make a lay up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners
who make all four will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you
there-all proceeds go towards supporting the Class of 2024!!

The 2024-25 FAFSA form will be available December 31st. Email or contact Mrs.
Sandoval with any questions. She is here on Wednesdays & some Thursdays.
There is a sign up sheet on her door, room A-208.
[email protected]

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Stop the Hate Scholarship

Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the

Friday 12/1/2023 Announcements
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

GE-REAGAN FOUNDATION SCHOLARS
Earn a $10,000 renewable scholarship – up to $40,000 total – for tuition, school
fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board

Attend an exclusive, all-expenses-paid Scholars Retreat in California

Receive support throughout their leadership journeys in college and beyond
Become part of a diverse network of more than 215 student leaders attending
college, pursuing graduate degrees, and working in careers ranging from
medicine, law, education, business, nonprofit, and more. Recipients have been

Friday 12/1/2023 Announcements
awarded $8.62 million to attend more than 120 college campuses across the
country.

CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS
Demonstrate the attributes of leadership, integrity, drive, and citizenship within
their communities, schools, and workplaces

Display strong academic performance (minimum 3.0 grade point average/4.0
scale or equivalent)

Be citizens of the United States of America

Be current high school seniors attending high school within the United States,
(including any U.S. territories or commonwealths), and graduating in winter 2023
or spring 2024. Homeschooled applicants and applicants living on a U.S. Armed
Forces base and attending high school outside the U.S. are eligible.

Plan to enroll in a full‐time undergraduate course of study at an accredited
four‐year college or university in the United States for the entire 2024-2025
academic school year.

Information and application can be found on your Naviance account and this
was also posted to the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom on Nov 2nd.
See Mrs. Sandoval or your counselor if you have any questions.

website:
https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/scholarship-programs/ge-reagan-fo
undation-scholarship-program/

Thursday, November 3rd, 2023

JV and Varsity Girls soccer will have a team meeting today at 3:15 pm in the
cafeteria.

The Rangers Women’s Wrestling team is looking for more ladies to join. We have
a lot of quality wrestlers now, but would love to fill all of the weight classes to
have a “full” team. If you are interested, or if you have any questions, please
stop by the wrestling room after school any weekday to talk to Coach Germaine.

The University of Alabama will be in the cafe on Friday Dec 1st for 7th period
only.

Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
December 2: Open gym LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm
December 8: Last day to register

Business Management is selling gum in the cafeteria during all lunch periods!
Each pack is $2.50 and we accept cash and credit card.

Thursday 11/30/2023 Announcements
It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting
Wednesday, December 6th in Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we
are going to Seven Springs and Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr.
White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

It’s that time of year again, the Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive Homeroom
Competition is back! The competition will run through Friday, December 1, 2023.
The National Honor Society will be donating all proceeds to the Lakewood
Charitable Assistance Corporation (LCAC).
Homeroom teachers don’t forget to collect any spare change in your homeroom
each day. Top class gets a donut party and the warm fuzzy feeling knowing that
their donations have contributed to a great cause in our community!
Additionally, any other homeroom that collects at least $25.00 will be entered
into a raffle with a chance to win a donut party as well!

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! On Tuesday, December 5th, we will be holding a basketball
halftime challenge!! Pay $5 to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have
30 seconds to make a lay up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners
who make all four will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you
there-all proceeds go towards supporting the Class of 2024!!

The Kiwanis Club Charles C Winning (males only) and Berkshire Hathaway
Dream…Innovate…Grow (trade school or college)scholarships are both available
outside of the Guidance office.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Thursday 11/30/2023 Announcements

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.

Thursday 11/30/2023 Announcements
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Wednesday, November 29th, 2023

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place today in the Choir Room after school.
Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition materials and updates.

ATTENTION SUPER SNAPpERS! Photo Club will have our next meeting today
after school in room B206!!!!!! We will be transferring images using liquid
emulsions on t-shirts you can take home! Take some silly awesome OR FUN
photos you’d like to wear fashionably. (TSHIRTS WILL BE PROVIDED
>:))))))))))))))))) ) SUPER SNAPPERS UNITE! :3

The Rangers Women’s Wrestling team is looking for more ladies to join. We have
a lot of quality wrestlers now, but would love to fill all of the weight classes to
have a “full” team. If you are interested, or if you have any questions, please
stop by the wrestling room after school any weekday to talk to Coach Germaine.

The University of Alabama will be in the cafe on Friday Dec 1st for 7th period
only.

Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
TODAY: League meeting Wednesday LHS Cafeteria at 3:05 pm
December 2: Open gym LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm
December 8: Last day to register

Wednesday 11/29/2023 Announcements

JV and Varsity Girls soccer will have a team meeting on Thursday, November 30
at 3:15 pm in the cafeteria.

It’s the announcement you’ve all been waiting for… SKI CLUB is meeting
Wednesday, December 6th in Lecture hall 2 , briefly after school. This year we
are going to Seven Springs and Holiday Valley. Hope to see you there. See Mr.
White or Ms. Sabin with questions.

It’s that time of year again, the Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive Homeroom
Competition is back! The competition will run through Friday, December 1, 2023.
The National Honor Society will be donating all proceeds to the Lakewood
Charitable Assistance Corporation (LCAC).
Homeroom teachers don’t forget to collect any spare change in your homeroom
each day. Top class gets a donut party and the warm fuzzy feeling knowing that
their donations have contributed to a great cause in our community!
Additionally, any other homeroom that collects at least $25.00 will be entered
into a raffle with a chance to win a donut party as well!

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! On Tuesday, December 5th, we will be holding a basketball
halftime challenge!! Pay $5 to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have
30 seconds to make a lay up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners
who make all four will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you
there-all proceeds go towards supporting the Class of 2024!!

The Kiwanis Club Charles C Winning (males only) and Berkshire Hathaway
Dream…Innovate…Grow (trade school or college)scholarships are both available
outside of the Guidance office.

Wednesday 11/29/2023 Announcements

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Wednesday 11/29/2023 Announcements

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Tuesday, November 28th, 2023

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place today and tomorrow in the Choir
Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates.

Cornhole Club will be meeting after school in the cafeteria today. All are
welcome!!.

It’s that time of year again, the Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive Homeroom
Competition is back! The competition will run through Friday, December 1, 2023.
The National Honor Society will be donating all proceeds to the Lakewood
Charitable Assistance Corporation (LCAC).
Homeroom teachers don’t forget to collect any spare change in your homeroom
each day. Top class gets a donut party and the warm fuzzy feeling knowing that
their donations have contributed to a great cause in our community!
Additionally, any other homeroom that collects at least $25.00 will be entered
into a raffle with a chance to win a donut party as well!

ATTENTION SUPER SNAPpERS! Photo Club will have our next meeting
Wednesday November 29th after school in room B206!!!!!! We will be transferring
images using liquid emulsions on t-shirts you can take home! Take some silly
awesome OR FUN photos you’d like to wear fashionably. (TSHIRTS WILL BE
PROVIDED >:))))))))))))))))) ) SUPER SNAPPERS UNITE! :3

JV and Varsity Girls soccer will have a team meeting on Thursday, November 30
at 3:15 pm in the cafeteria.

Come support the Lakewood Rangers Basketball team and help fundraise for the
senior class!! On Tuesday, December 5th, we will be holding a basketball
halftime challenge!! Pay $5 to be entered into a raffle where 10 winners will have
30 seconds to make a lay up, free throw, 3 pointer, and half court shot. Winners

Tuesday 11/28/2023 Announcements
who make all four will be entered into a raffle to win a prize!! We hope to see you
there-all proceeds go towards supporting the Class of 2024!!

This is just a reminder that there is to be no food or drink in the Library. The
library is a place of quiet study, reading and contemplation–it’s not a place to
satisfy a snack-attack. Feed your mind, drink in the wisdom of experience, do
not, however eat snacks and drink pop. Mrs. Tillo and Mr. Costello will be
monitoring adherence to this rule. Again, the big news here is: Do Not Eat or
Drink in the Library. Thank you!

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
November 29: League meeting Wednesday LHS Cafeteria at 3:05 pm
December 2: Open gym LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm – must be registered to
participate in open gym
December 8: Last day to register

Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

The Kiwanis Club Charles C Winning (males only) and Berkshire Hathaway
Dream…Innovate…Grow (trade school or college)scholarships are both available
outside of the Guidance office.

Tuesday 11/28/2023 Announcements
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Tuesday 11/28/2023 Announcements
Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Monday, November 27th, 2023

It’s that time of year again, the Hope for the Holidays Donation Drive Homeroom
Competition is back! The competition will run Monday, November 27 through
Friday, December 1, 2023. The National Honor Society will be donating all
proceeds to the Lakewood Charitable Assistance Corporation (LCAC). LCAC will
be using the proceeds to make Christmas care packages for Lakewood families
in need. These care packages will be delivered to families in Lakewood before
Christmas.
Homeroom teachers don’t forget to collect any spare change in your homeroom
each day. Top class gets a donut party and the warm fuzzy feeling knowing that
their donations have contributed to a great cause in our community!
Additionally, any other homeroom that collects at least $25.00 will be entered
into a raffle with a chance to win a donut party as well!

Cornhole Club will be meeting after school in the cafeteria this Tuesday,
November 28. All are welcome!!.

This is just a reminder that there is to be no food or drink in the Library. The
library is a place of quiet study, reading and contemplation–it’s not a place to
satisfy a snack-attack. Feed your mind, drink in the wisdom of experience, do
not, however eat snacks and drink pop. Mrs. Tillo and Mr. Costello will be
monitoring adherence to this rule. Again, the big news here is: Do Not Eat or
Drink in the Library. Thank you!

ATTENTION SUPER SNAPpERS! Photo Club will have our next meeting
Wednesday November 29th after school in room B206!!!!!! We will be transferring
images using liquid emulsions on t-shirts you can take home! Take some silly
awesome OR FUN photos you’d like to wear fashionably. (TSHIRTS WILL BE
PROVIDED >:))))))))))))))))) ) SUPER SNAPPERS UNITE! :3

Monday 11/27/2023 Announcements
Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place on November 28th and 29th in the
Choir Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/21
for anyone interested in being a part of the production or if anyone has
questions. We hope to see you there!

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
November 29: League meeting Wednesday LHS Cafeteria at 3:05 pm
December 2: Open gym and LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm – must be registered to
participate in open gym
December 8: Last day to register

Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.There are 3 categories to
choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024

Monday 11/27/2023 Announcements
The Kiwanis Club Charles C Winning (males only) and Berkshire Hathaway
Dream…Innovate…Grow (trade school or college)scholarships are both available
outside of the Guidance office.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.

Monday 11/27/2023 Announcements
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Tuesday, November 21st, 2023

Columbia College Chicago will be in the cafeteria today during lunch periods.
This is just a reminder that there is to be no food or drink in the Library. The
library is a place of quiet study, reading and contemplation–it’s not a place to
satisfy a snack-attack. Feed your mind, drink in the wisdom of experience, do
not, however eat snacks and drink pop. Mrs. Tillo and Mr. Costello will be
monitoring adherence to this rule. Again, the big news here is: Do Not Eat or
Drink in the Library. Thank you!
ATTENTION SUPER SNAPpERS! Photo Club will have our next meeting
Wednesday November 29th after school in room B206!!!!!! We will be transferring
images using liquid emulsions on t-shirts you can take home! Take some silly
awesome OR FUN photos you’d like to wear fashionably. (TSHIRTS WILL BE
PROVIDED >:))))))))))))))))) ) SUPER SNAPPERS UNITE! :3

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place on November 28th and 29th in the
Choir Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/21
for anyone interested in being a part of the production or if anyone has
questions. We hope to see you there!

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
November 29: League meeting Wednesday LHS Cafeteria at 3:05 pm
December 2: Open gym and LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm – must be registered to
participate in open gym
December 8: Last day to register

Tuesday 11/21/2023 Announcements
Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.There are 3 categories to
choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

Tuesday 11/21/2023 Announcements
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Monday, November 20th, 2023

Today is Instant Decision Day for Cleveland State and Defiance College!
A CSU Advisor will be in Guidance TODAY from 9:00 am to 12 pm. If you have
applied to Cleveland State, this is a great opportunity to get an instant decision
for your acceptance. As of Friday morning we still had open time slots, stop by
Guidance this morning to reserve your spot.
Defiance College will be here in the cafe during lunch to conduct Instant
Decisions.
Columbia College Chicago will be in the cafeteria tomorrow during lunch
periods.
There will be a brief meeting today at 3:00 pm in the LHS Cafeteria for any Boy
interested in playing lacrosse in the spring. If you can at least stop by it would
be great, but if not please contact Coach Comiono. We need to set up off season
workouts and get ready for year number 2!! All are welcome!!

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place on November 28th and 29th in the
Choir Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/21
for anyone interested in being a part of the production or if anyone has
questions. We hope to see you there!

NIMBA Intramural Basketball important dates
November 29: League meeting Wednesday LHS Cafeteria at 3:05 pm
December 2: Open gym and LHS 3:30 to 5:30 pm – must be registered to
participate in open gym
December 8: Last day to register

Monday 11/20/2023 Announcements
Prepare yourself for the highly anticipated animated “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off ”
series by joining LHS FILM CLUB for the Original 2010 classic, “Scott Pilgrim vs.
the World! We will see you on Friday, Dec. 1 after school in LEC 3. As usual,
movie refreshments will be served! See Mr. Lobozzo with questions.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.There are 3 categories to
choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

Monday 11/20/2023 Announcements
This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Friday, November 17th, 2023

College/Military visits next week in the Cafe are:

Monday Nov. 20th- Defiance College.
The rep will do on-site admissions, meaning you should be able to get an instant
decision. If this is a school you want to apply for, please stop by Guidance to let
Mrs. Kapsalis know by 10:00 a.m. Monday so transcripts will be ready for the rep.
Tuesday Nov. 21st- Columbia College Chicago

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Today after school in Room C111 – Hey high school legends, joystick wizards,
and console comedians! Brace yourselves for a pixel-packed party today after
school in Room C111 – the Gamers Club is summoning all button-mashers and
snack-stackers for an epic session of virtual shenanigans! Level up your Friday
with us, where the only thing more epic than our high scores is the amount of
cheese on our nachos. Don’t be a boss battle dodger – grab your controllers,
power up your pun skills, and join us for an evening so entertaining, it should
come with a respawn button. It’s not just a meeting; it’s a pixel party, and you’re
invited!

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place on November 28th and 29th in the
Choir Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/21
for anyone interested in being a part of the production or if anyone has
questions. We hope to see you there!

Friday 11/17/2023 Announcements
Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.There are 3 categories to
choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Friday 11/17/2023 Announcements

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Stop the Hate Scholarship

Friday 11/17/2023 Announcements
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

Education Support for Ohioans with disabilities could mean up to $7000 for
students who qualify.
This money can be used for tuition or other educational expenses for students
participating in colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships and credentialing
programs.
To quality for the funding, students with disabilities must take the following
steps:

Apply for OOD services online at OODWorks.com
OOD staff will then call the applicant and schedule an appointment
Complete the required paperwork to finalize the application
Staff will determine eligibility and plan the next steps

Contact Mrs. Sandoval with any questions: [email protected]

Thursday, November 16th, 2023

College/Military visits this week in the Cafe are:
Today – U.S. Marines
Monday Nov. 20th- Defiance College.
The rep will do on-site admissions, meaning you should be able to get an instant
decision. If this is a school you want to apply for, please stop by Guidance to let
Mrs. Kapsalis know by 10:00 a.m. Monday so transcripts will be ready for the rep.
Tuesday Nov. 21st- Columbia College Chicago

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
today after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210
with any questions.

Attention fearless high school adventurers! Do you have a passion for scales,
slithering, and the ribbiting good time? Well, you’re in luck! The Herpetology
Club is hosting the coolest gathering since chameleons learned to
color-coordinate. Join us this Thursday after school in Room C111, where we’ll
be discussing everything from the secret lives of geckos to the existential crisis
of turtles who can’t catch a break. Don’t worry, no snake charming experience
required – just bring your enthusiasm and a willingness to laugh in the face of
legless reptiles. See you there, and remember: the only thing colder than a
snake’s stare is missing out on this meeting!

Thursday 11/16/2023 Announcements
Hey high school legends, joystick wizards, and console comedians! Brace
yourselves for a pixel-packed party this Friday after school in Room C111 – the
Gamers Club is summoning all button-mashers and snack-stackers for an epic
session of virtual shenanigans! Level up your Friday with us, where the only
thing more epic than our high scores is the amount of cheese on our nachos.
Don’t be a boss battle dodger – grab your controllers, power up your pun skills,
and join us for an evening so entertaining, it should come with a respawn button.
It’s not just a meeting; it’s a pixel party, and you’re invited!

Auditions for Sweeney Todd will take place on November 28th and 29th in the
Choir Room after school. Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom for audition
materials and updates. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/21
for anyone interested in being a part of the production or if anyone has
questions. We hope to see you there!

The Horticulture classes are selling poinsettias! There are 3 colors to choose
from: red, white and pink – each just as pretty as the others! At only $6.00 each,
these make great gifts for you parents, grandparents, friends or neighbors, and
are a beautiful decoration for your home or holiday tables. See Mrs. Snare in
A320, or ask any Hort student for details.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.

Thursday 11/16/2023 Announcements
There are 3 categories to choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on

Thursday 11/16/2023 Announcements
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Wednesday, November 15th, 2023

Reminder: Photo Club will meet in Mrs. Hansens room B206 after school today
from 3:15-4:15pm.

College/Military visits this week in the Cafe are:
Today- U.S. Air Force
Thur- U.S. Marines

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
tomorrow after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210
with any questions.

Attention fearless high school adventurers! Do you have a passion for scales,
slithering, and the ribbiting good time? Well, you’re in luck! The Herpetology
Club is hosting the coolest gathering since chameleons learned to
color-coordinate. Join us this Thursday after school in Room C111, where we’ll
be discussing everything from the secret lives of geckos to the existential crisis
of turtles who can’t catch a break. Don’t worry, no snake charming experience
required – just bring your enthusiasm and a willingness to laugh in the face of
legless reptiles. See you there, and remember: the only thing colder than a
snake’s stare is missing out on this meeting!

Wednesday 11/15/2023 Announcements
Hey high school legends, joystick wizards, and console comedians! Brace
yourselves for a pixel-packed party this Friday after school in Room C111 – the
Gamers Club is summoning all button-mashers and snack-stackers for an epic
session of virtual shenanigans! Level up your Friday with us, where the only
thing more epic than our high scores is the amount of cheese on our nachos.
Don’t be a boss battle dodger – grab your controllers, power up your pun skills,
and join us for an evening so entertaining, it should come with a respawn button.
It’s not just a meeting; it’s a pixel party, and you’re invited!

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.
There are 3 categories to choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.

Wednesday 11/15/2023 Announcements
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

Wednesday 11/15/2023 Announcements

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Tuesday, November 14th, 2023

Reminder: Photo Club will meet in Mrs. Hansens room B206 afterschool
Wednesday, Nov. 15th from 3:15-4:15pm.

The Cornhole Club meeting for today has been cancelled. We will meet next on
Tuesday, November 28.

College/Military visits this week in the Cafe are:
Tues- Tri-C
Wed- U.S. Air Force
Thur- U.S. Marines

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
Thursday, November 16 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or
Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Tuesday 11/14/2023 Announcements
Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.
There are 3 categories to choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Tuesday 11/14/2023 Announcements

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Monday, November 13th, 2023

Today is World Kindness Day. So just a reminder, “In a world where you can be
anything, be kind. ”

Cornhole Club has been cancelled for Tuesday, November 14. We will meet next
on Tuesday, November 28.

College/Military visits this week in the Cafe are:
Tues- Tri-C
Wed- U.S. Air Force
Thur- U.S. Marines

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
Thursday, November 16 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or
Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Monday 11/13/2023 Announcements
Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.
There are 3 categories to choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Monday 11/13/2023 Announcements

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Friday, November 10th, 2023

The location for today’s picture retakes has been moved to Lecture Hall 1. Pictures
will be taken from 10:15 am – 2:15 pm.

If anyone has any red cafeteria trays in your classrooms please bring them back
to the cafeteria….they seem to be dwindling down. Thank you

LHS Barnstormers present William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, performing
today and Saturday. Tickets are available online at payschoolsevents.com or at
the door. Come on out and support theatre and the arts at LHS!

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
Thursday, November 16 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or
Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:
The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Friday 11/10/2023 Announcements
Scholarship opportunities from the Ohio JCI SENATE CHARITABLE &
EDUCATION FOUNDATION. The application is available on the LHS Counseling
Dept. Google classroom which was posted 11/9. (code e3ym4dj) or a hardcopy
can be picked up outside of the Guidance Office.
There are 3 categories to choose from:
Academic-based
Need-based
Vocational
Deadline is Jan. 19, 2024
Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Friday 11/10/2023 Announcements

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Thursday, November 9th, 2023

If anyone has any red cafeteria trays in your classrooms please bring them back
to the cafeteria….they seem to be dwindling down. Thank you

LHS Barnstormers present William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, performing
today, Friday, and Saturday. Tickets are available online at
payschoolsevents.com or at the door. Come on out and support theatre and the
arts at LHS!

UNDERCLASSMEN PICTURE RETAKES
● Underclassmen Picture Retakes will be taken tomorrow in the Civic
Lobby from 10:15am – 2:15pm
● This will be the last opportunity for students and staff to have their
pictures taken
● If you have not had your picture taken this year or do not like the picture
you had taken at the last picture day, please attend this picture day
during your study halls or lunch.
● The online ordering code is: re546lakehs and can be used to order
pictures in advance. This link will expire 48 hours after picture day.
● If you don’t order by picture day, Ripcho will send proofs to Ms. Basinski
and she will distribute the proofs through homeroom and the proofs will
give directions on how to order.
● If you ordered pictures and are getting a retake, you must return the
entire picture package to the photographers or they will not retake your
picture.
● Students must be following school dress code in order to have your
picture taken.

Dance Group Members, our dance presentations and number sign ups will take
place in the dance room today at 3:30. Choreographers, come prepared to share
your dances. We can’t wait to get the season started!

Thursday 11/9/2023 Announcements
The Dead Tree Society is meeting today in C209. Come ready to create a cool
book-inspired craft! Bring a treat to share.

Academic Challenge will be meeting today after school in B208. New comers
welcome!

The Ping Pong Club will meet on Mondays after school in room A320. Stop by
and join the fun! All are welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
Thursday, November 16 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or
Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Thursday 11/9/2023 Announcements

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Wednesday, November 8th, 2023

LHS Barnstormers present William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, performing
this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Tickets are available online at
payschoolsevents.com or at the door. Come on out and support theatre and the
arts at LHS!

UNDERCLASSMEN PICTURE RETAKES
● Underclassmen Picture Retakes will be taken on November 10th in the
Civic Lobby from 10:15am – 2:15pm
● This will be the last opportunity for students and staff to have their
pictures taken
● If you have not had your picture taken this year or do not like the picture
you had taken at the last picture day, please attend this picture day
during your study halls or lunch.
● The online ordering code is: re546lakehs and can be used to order
pictures in advance. This link will expire 48 hours after picture day.
● If you don’t order by picture day, Ripcho will send proofs to Ms. Basinski
and she will distribute the proofs through homeroom and the proofs will
give directions on how to order.
● If you ordered pictures and are getting a retake, you must return the
entire picture package to the photographers or they will not retake your
picture.
● Students must be following school dress code in order to have your
picture taken.

There will be a mandatory athlete/parent meeting for all girls interested in Indoor
Track today @ 7pm in the LHS Cafeteria. Please see Coach Toole with any
questions.
Chill out and have some fun playing ping pong after school! No experience
necessary and all are welcome. The first Ping Pong Club meeting will be today at
3:05 pm in room A320.

Wednesday 11/8/2023 Announcements

Dance Group Members, our dance presentations and number sign ups will take
place in the dance room on Thursday, November 9th at 3:30. Choreographers,
come prepared to share your dances. We can’t wait to get the season started!

The Dead Tree Society is meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9 in C209. Come ready to
create a cool book-inspired craft! Bring a treat to share.

Academic Challenge will be meeting this week in B208. Come see what the buzz
in all about afterschool Thursday. New comers welcome!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our next meeting is
Thursday, November 16 after school in Lecture Hall 2. Please see an officer or
Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Wednesday 11/8/2023 Announcements
Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Monday, November 6th, 2023

The U.S. Army will be in the Cafe today during the lunch periods.

LHS Barnstormers present William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, performing
this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Tickets are available online at
payschoolsevents.com or at the door. Come on out and support theatre and the
arts at LHS!

UNDERCLASSMEN PICTURE RETAKES
● Underclassmen Picture Retakes will be taken on November 10th in the
Civic Lobby from 10:15am – 2:15pm
● This will be the last opportunity for students and staff to have their
pictures taken
● If you have not had your picture taken this year or do not like the picture
you had taken at the last picture day, please attend this picture day
during your study halls or lunch.
● The online ordering code is: re546lakehs and can be used to order
pictures in advance. This link will expire 48 hours after picture day.
● If you don’t order by picture day, Ripcho will send proofs to Ms. Basinski
and she will distribute the proofs through homeroom and the proofs will
give directions on how to order.
● If you ordered pictures and are getting a retake, you must return the
entire picture package to the photographers or they will not retake your
picture.
● Students must be following school dress code in order to have your
picture taken.

There will be a mandatory athlete/parent meeting for all girls interested in Indoor
Track on Wed. 11/8 @ 7pm in the LHS Cafeteria. Please see Coach Toole with any
questions.

Monday 11/6/2023 Announcements
Chill out and have some fun playing ping pong after school! No experience
necessary and all are welcome. The first Ping Pong Club meeting will be
Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 3:05 pm in room A320.

Need a reason to get Chipotle? Then order today to support the junior class and
their fundraising for next years prom! Please mention the flyer or use the online
code when placing your order.

Dance Group Members, our dance presentations and number sign ups will take
place in the dance room on Thursday, November 9th at 3:30. Choreographers,
come prepared to share your dances. We can’t wait to get the season started!

The Dead Tree Society is meeting on Thursday, Nov. 9 in C209. Come ready to
create a cool book-inspired craft! Bring a treat to share.

Academic Challenge will be meeting this week in B208. Come see what the buzz
in all about afterschool Thursday. New comers welcome!

H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

Monday 11/6/2023 Announcements

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

Monday 11/6/2023 Announcements

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Friday, November 3rd, 2023

Seniors – Jostens will be here today, to take your graduation orders for
announcements and caps and gowns. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY IN PERSON
ORDERING DAY. Orders can always be placed online at jostens.com.

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

There will be a mandatory athlete/parent meeting for all girls interested in Indoor
Track on Wed. 11/8 @ 7pm in the LHS Cafeteria. Please see Coach Toole with any
questions.

Chill out and have some fun playing ping pong after school! No experience
necessary and all are welcome. The first Ping Pong Club meeting will be
Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 3:05 pm in room A320.

Need a reason to get Chipotle? Then order next Monday to support the junior
class and their fundraising for next years prom! Please mention the flyer or use
the online code when placing your order.

Dance Group Members, our dance presentations and number sign ups will take
place in the dance room on Thursday, November 9th at 3:30. Choreographers,
come prepared to share your dances. We can’t wait to get the season started!

Friday 11/3/2023 Announcements
H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Friday 11/3/2023 Announcements
The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.
[email protected]

Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

Thursday, November 2nd, 2023

Academic Challenge Meets today! The team will meet in B208 until 4pm.
Academic challenge is open to anyone who wants to play. Come see what the
buzz is all about

This week’s college & military visits in the Cafe are:
Today- Temple University

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on today @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1. Email
Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms before the
meeting.

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

There will be a mandatory athlete/parent meeting for all girls interested in Indoor
Track on Wed. 11/8 @ 7pm in the LHS Cafeteria. Please see Coach Toole with any
questions.

Seniors – Jostens will be here this Friday, November 3rd, to take your graduation
orders for announcements and caps and gowns. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY IN
PERSON ORDERING DAY. Orders can always be placed online at jostens.com.

Thursday 11/2//2023 Announcements
Chill out and have some fun playing ping pong after school! No experience
necessary and all are welcome. The first Ping Pong Club meeting will be
Wednesday, Nov. 8 at 3:05 pm in room A320.

H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Need a reason to get Chipotle? Then order next Monday to support the junior
class and their fundraising for next years prom! Please mention the flyer or use
the online code when placing your order.

Thursday 11/2//2023 Announcements
Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

The Lakewood Police Dept. will be hosting a Lakewood Citizens Police Academy
in January. This will be a 9 week class in the evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on
Wednesdays starting Jan. 10, 2024. Typically this is for residents 21 years of age
or older.

Chief Fischer is allowing one student from St. Edward H.S. and one student from
Lakewood H.S. to attend.

This is an opportunity meant for students potentially interested in a law
enforcement career.
You will learn the “ins and outs” of the Lakewood Police Dept. which will include
a ride along experience with an on duty police officer.

If chosen, a permission slip must be signed, along with a full commitment to
attending all 9 weeks of class.

If you are interested, write a short essay on why you feel this experience will
benefit you and your potential career choice.
Please submit the essay to this email address no later than Dec. 1, 2023.

[email protected]

Wednesday, November 1st, 2023

Want to have some fun and make some new friends? Come join the Ping Pong
club! Whether you’re a pro, or have never played before – it doesn’t matter! No
experience is necessary to come and have a good time. The first meeting will be
Tuesday, November 7 at 3:10 pm in room A320. See you there!

Photo Club will host their first meeting today. We will meet in Mrs. Hansen’s
room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Academic Challenge Meets this Thursday! The team will meet in B208 until 4pm.
Academic challenge is open to anyone who wants to play. Come see what the
buzz is all about.

This week’s college & military visits in the Cafe are:
Wednesday- Hiram College
Thursday- Temple University

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Dance Group Tryouts will take place today. Please meet in the hallway outside of
the dance room/lecture hall 1 at 3:30 to warm up, rehearse, and be grouped.
Tryouts will begin promptly at 4:00. Good luck!

Wednesday 11/1/2023 Announcements
For anyone interested in playing Baseball next spring, we will have a brief
meeting outside the LHS Weight Room at 4:00 pm today. Winter athletes, please
attend if able. We will discuss our Winter Workout schedule for November
through February. Thank you

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!

Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Wednesday 11/1/2023 Announcements

Seniors – Jostens will be here this Friday, November 3rd, to take your graduation
orders for announcements and caps and gowns. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY IN
PERSON ORDERING DAY. Orders can always be placed online at jostens.com.

Need a reason to get Chipotle? Then order next Monday to support the junior
class and their fundraising for next years prom! Please mention the flyer or use
the online code when placing your order.

Attention Seniors who have or will apply to CSU by November 20th:

The Cleveland State Instant Decision Day is Nov. 20th.
Stop by the Guidance office to sign up for a time to meet with a CSU advisor for
an instant decision on your CSU application.
Space is limited so make sure to get your spot. The advisor will be here Nov.
20th from 9am to 12pm.

Tuesday, October 31st, 2023

Want to have some fun and make some new friends? Come join the Ping Pong
club! Whether you’re a pro, or have never played before – it doesn’t matter! No
experience is necessary to come and have a good time. The first meeting will be
Tuesday, November 7 at 3:10 pm in room A320. See you there!

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Seniors! Please fill out the superlatives form sent to your email. Deadline for
submissions is today

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Academic Challenge Meets this Thursday! The team will meet in B208 until 4pm.
Academic challenge is open to anyone who wants to play. Come see what the
buzz is all about.

This week’s college & military visits in the Cafe are:
Wednesday- Hiram College
Thursday- Temple University

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Tuesday 10/31/2023 Announcements
Dance Group Tryouts will take place on Wednesday, November 1st. Please meet
in the hallway outside of the dance room/lecture hall 1 at 3:30 to warm up,
rehearse, and be grouped. Tryouts will begin promptly at 4:00. Good luck!

For anyone interested in playing Baseball next spring, we will have a brief
meeting outside the LHS Weight Room at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov 1st.
Winter athletes, please attend if able. We will discuss our Winter Workout
schedule for November through February. Thank you

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

Tuesday 10/31/2023 Announcements
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Seniors – Jostens will be here this Friday, November 3rd, to take your graduation
orders for announcements and caps and gowns. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY IN
PERSON ORDERING DAY. Orders can always be placed online at jostens.com.

Need a reason to get Chipotle? Then order next Monday to support the junior
class and their fundraising for next years prom! Please mention the flyer or use
the online code when placing your order.

Monday, October 30th, 2023

Seniors – Today is Senior picture day from 9 am – 2 PM in the Civic lobby.
The Junior Class is selling Boo’s for your Boo! They are $1.00 and are being sold
in the cafeteria during lunch periods. Today is the last day to purchase.
Want to have some fun and make some new friends? Come join the Ping Pong
club! Whether you’re a pro, or have never played before – it doesn’t matter! No
experience is necessary to come and have a good time. The first meeting will be
Tuesday, November 7 at 3:10 pm in room A320. See you there!
The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Seniors! Please fill out the superlatives form sent to your email. Deadline for
submissions is tomorrow.

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Academic Challenge Meets this Thursday! The team will meet in B208 until 4pm.
Academic challenge is open to anyone who wants to play. Come see what the
buzz is all about.

This week’s college & military visits in the Cafe are:
Monday- U.S. Navy
Wednesday- Hiram College
Thursday- Temple University

Monday 10/30/2023 Announcements
Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.
Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! The final Dance Group Clinic will be held today at 3:15 in the dance
room/lecture hall 1.
Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be today for diving after school at 3:30!
Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

For anyone interested in playing Baseball next spring, we will have a brief
meeting outside the LHS Weight Room at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov 1st.
Winter athletes, please attend if able. We will discuss our Winter Workout
schedule for November through February. Thank you

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

H2O invites all students to check out these upcoming events:
If you enjoy working with younger kids come help at afterschool H2O meetings
at Harding & Garfield a couple times per month. Stop in the H2O office in E102
and talk with Mrs. C about this program.
November 7th is a day off school for students so you can join us for yarn crafts
and breakfast with seniors at the Cove Community Center n the morning. Bring

Monday 10/30/2023 Announcements
your own knitting or crochet projects to work on or come get an introduction to
knitting, crochet and loom knitting. All supplies & tools provided. Stay to help
serve lunch for extra service hours. Sign up on the H2O Bulletin Board.
Lastly, we’re looking for just a few more volunteers to rake leaves for senior
citizens with volunteers from St. Ed’s. Saturday November 11th 8:30AM –
12:30PM. Donuts before raking and pizza afterward are provided. Sign up for this
event on the H2O bulletin board and be sure to grab a permission form.

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PROGRAMMING AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS!
Amazon Future Engineer awards 400 high school seniors across the nation with
scholarships up to $40,000 to attend the college/university of their choice and
internship
opportunities at Amazon!
Application deadline is Dec. 15th. This has also been posted on the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom and flyers are available outside of the Guidance
office.

Seniors – Jostens will be here this Friday, November 3rd, to take your graduation
orders for announcements and caps and gowns. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY IN
PERSON ORDERING DAY. Orders can always be placed online or by phone.

Friday, October 27th, 2023

The Junior Class is selling Boo’s for your Boo! They are $1.00 and are being sold
in the cafeteria during lunch periods. The last day to purchase is Monday.
Attention all Dungeons and Dragons members! We will be meeting on Monday,
October 30 after school in C214. See you there!

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Seniors! Please fill out the superlatives form sent to your email. The Cinema has
only received about 50 responses and unless we receive more, we will not be
able to have a Senior Superlative page. Deadline for submissions is October
31st!

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening this Saturday,
October 28th in the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to
the seniors for their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs
Elementary Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high
school staff vs the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See
everyone there! Tickets are $4 in advance or $5 at the door. Tickets can be
purchased at payschoolsevents.com

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Get spooky at the Gamers Club Halloween Party today after school in C111! New
members are always welcome!

Friday 10/27/2023 Announcements
Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

Interested in playing high school girls basketball? We are excited about the
coming season and can’t wait to get started later this month.
Tryouts will be held on the following dates at Lakewood High School:
Today, October 27, 5-8 pm
Saturday, October 28, 9 am – 12 pm

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be today for swimming and October 30 for diving
after school at 3:30!
Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

Seniors – The Senior Panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday,
October 30 at 9:45 am in the gym. Prestige Photography will be here on Oct.
30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic lobby for Senior picture retakes.

Friday 10/27/2023 Announcements

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Stop the Hate Scholarship
Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

Thursday, October 26th, 2023

The Junior Class is selling Boo’s for your Boo! They are $1.00 and are being sold
in the cafeteria during lunch periods.

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Seniors! Please fill out the superlatives form sent to your email. The Cinema has
only received about 50 responses and unless we receive more, we will not be
able to have a Senior Superlative page. Deadline for submissions is October
31st!

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening this Saturday,
October 28th in the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to
the seniors for their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs
Elementary Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high
school staff vs the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See
everyone there! Tickets are $4 in advance or $5 at the door. Tickets can be
purchased at payschoolsevents.com

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Gamers Club meets tomorrow after school in C111

College/Military Cafe visits are:
Today- U.S. Marines

Thursday 10/26/2023 Announcements
Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

Interested in playing high school girls basketball? We are excited about the
coming season and can’t wait to get started later this month.
Tryouts will be held on the following dates at Lakewood High School:
Friday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Saturday, October 28, 9 am – 12 pm

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be on October 27 for swimming and October 30 for
diving after school at 3:30!

Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

Thursday 10/26/2023 Announcements
Seniors – The Senior Panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday,
October 30 at 9:45 am in the gym. This is also the day for Senior picture retakes.
Prestige Photography will be here on Oct. 30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic
lobby.

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Wednesday, October 25th, 2023

Attention all Dungeons and Dragons Club Members! We have a meeting today,
Wednesday October 25th, after school in Ms. Spies’ room C214. If you have any
questions, message us on Remind or Google Classroom. See you there!

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will meet in C209 today after school

Seniors! Please fill out the superlatives form sent to your email. The Cinema has
only received about 50 responses and unless we receive more, we will not be
able to have a Senior Superlative page. Deadline for submissions is October
31st!

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening this Saturday,
October 28th in the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to
the seniors for their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs
Elementary Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high
school staff vs the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See
everyone there!

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

College/Military Cafe visits are:
Wednesday-Ursuline College
Thursday- U.S. Marines

Gamers Club meets Friday after school in C111.

This a reminder to all juniors and seniors who are ELIGIBLE for membership into
the National Honor Society this year. There will be a mandatory informational
meeting today after school in the cafeteria. Please see Mr. Roth with any
questions.

Interested in playing high school girls basketball? We are excited about the
coming season and can’t wait to get started later this month.
Tryouts will be held on the following dates at Lakewood High School:
Friday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Saturday, October 28, 9 am – 12 pm

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be on October 27 for swimming and October 30 for
diving after school at 3:30!

Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

Seniors – The Senior Panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday,
October 30 at 9:45 am in the gym. This is also the day for Senior picture retakes.
Prestige Photography will be here on Oct. 30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic
lobby.

Attention all boys interested in trying out for the high school basketball team.
Tryouts are held November 3rd after school and all day November 4th. To tryout,
you MUST complete your Final Forms prior to November 2nd AND REGISTER at
sites.google.com/lakewoodcityschools.org/lhstryouts23/home

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Tuesday, October 24th, 2023

Art Club will be meeting today from 3:10- 4:15pm. Come join us in Mrs. Hansen’s
room B206, we will be working on something very spooky!

Attention all Dungeons and Dragons Club Members! We have meetings today,
Tuesday October 24th and tomorrow, Wednesday October 25th, after school in
Ms. Spies’ room C214. If you have any questions, message us on Remind or
Google Classroom. See you there!

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will meet in C209 on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25
after school

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening this Saturday,
October 28th in the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to
the seniors for their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs
Elementary Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high
school staff vs the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See
everyone there!

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Tuesday 10/24/2023 Announcements
The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

College/Military Cafe visits are:
Tuesday- U.S. Air Force
Wednesday-Ursuline College
Thursday- U.S. Marines

Gamers Club meets Friday after school in C111.

This a reminder to all juniors and seniors who are ELIGIBLE for membership into
the National Honor Society this year. There will be a mandatory informational
meeting on Wednesday, October 25th after school in the cafeteria. Please see Mr.
Roth with any questions.

Interested in playing high school girls basketball? We are excited about the
coming season and can’t wait to get started later this month.
Tryouts will be held on the following dates at Lakewood High School:
Friday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Saturday, October 28, 9 am – 12 pm

Tuesday 10/24/2023 Announcements
Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be on October 27 for swimming and October 30 for
diving after school at 3:30!

Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

Seniors – The Senior Panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday,
October 30 at 9:45 am in the gym. This is also the day for Senior picture retakes.
Prestige Photography will be here on Oct. 30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic
lobby.

Monday, October 23rd, 2023

Art Club will be meeting on Tuesday, October 24th from 3:10- 4:15pm. Come join
us in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206, we will be working on something very spooky!

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will meet in C209 on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25
after school

Civics Lab at Cove Community Center is a brand new opportunity for Lakewood
youth looking to create a spark for social change to make the world a better
place. Its part research lab, part coffeehouse and all about the issues most
important to Lakewood teens. Come to Cove Community Center at the corner of
Clifton Blvd and Cove Ave. this Monday at 4:30pm for coffee, snacks and to
check out Civics Lab.

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Photo Club will host their first meeting Wednesday, November 1st. We will meet
in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206 from 3:15 to 4:15pm.

Monday 10/23/2023 Announcements
The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening this Saturday,
October 28th in the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to
the seniors for their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs
Elementary Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high
school staff vs the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See
everyone there!

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

College/Military Cafe visits this week are:
Monday- Kent State University
Tuesday- U.S. Air Force
Wednesday-Ursuline College
Thursday- U.S. Marines

Gamers Club meets 10/27 after school in C111.

Monday 10/23/2023 Announcements

This a reminder to all juniors and seniors who are ELIGIBLE for membership into
the National Honor Society this year. There will be a mandatory informational
meeting on Wednesday, October 25th after school in the cafeteria. Please see Mr.
Roth with any questions.

Interested in playing high school girls basketball? We are excited about the
coming season and can’t wait to get started later this month.
Tryouts will be held on the following dates at Lakewood High School:
Friday, October 27, 5-8 pm
Saturday, October 29, 9 am – 12 pm

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team!
Our first day of practice will be on October 27 for swimming and October 30 for
diving after school at 3:30!

Make sure you have registered and completed all forms on Final Forms, as well
as having an active physical uploaded, as soon as possible!
Any questions? Reach out to the coaching staff at
[email protected]
Hope to see you there!

Seniors – The Senior Panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday,
October 30 at 9:45 am in the gym. This is also the day for Senior picture retakes.
Prestige Photography will be here on Oct. 30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic
lobby.

Friday, October 20th, 2023

The Gamers Club meeting for today has been canceled. The meeting has been
rescheduled for Friday, 10/27.

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Art Club will be meeting on Tuesday, October 24th from 3:10- 4:15pm. Come join
us in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206, we will be working on something very spooky!

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

The Dead Tree Society Book Club will meet in C209 on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 25
after school

Civics Lab at Cove Community Center is a brand new opportunity for Lakewood
youth looking to create a spark for social change to make the world a better
place. Its part research lab, part coffeehouse and all about the issues most
important to Lakewood teens. Come to Cove Community Center at the corner of
Clifton Blvd and Cove Ave. this Monday at 4:30pm for coffee, snacks and to
check out Civics Lab.

Friday 10/20/2023 Announcements
Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Stop the Hate Scholarship

Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening October 28th in
the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to the seniors for
their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs Elementary
Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high school staff vs
the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See everyone there!

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Friday 10/20/2023 Announcements
Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

Thursday, October 19th, 2023

Herpetology Club meets today after school in C111. Gamers Club meets
tomorrow after school in C111.

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members. Our next mandatory
meeting is today after school in B202 (Mrs. Stasiak’s room in the art atrium). We
will be painting pumpkins for the local nursing homes. Be sure to bring a small
pumpkin to paint. See Mr. Roth in A210 or an officer with any questions.

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? LHS Mock Trial meets
again today in room C309. This club is open to all! But you have to join us soon
to be a part of this year’s team!
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

College/Military Visits in the Cafe this week:
Today- St. John’s College (NM)

Art Club will be meeting on Tuesday, October 24th from 3:10- 4:15pm. Come join
us in Mrs. Hansen’s room B206, we will be working on something very spooky!

NIMBA Intramural basketball is for those not playing on the high school team.
Time to form your teams. If you need a team contact Sharon in the Rec office,
door 31 at LHS. Games are played on Saturdays at Garfield. Please see attached
flyer for details.

Thursday 10/19/2023 Announcements

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Stop the Hate Scholarship

Scholarship Amount: The top 10 11th & 12th grade finalists range from $1,000 to
$20,000.
9th & 10th grader winners receive cash prizes ranging from $100 to $400.
In 500 words or less, write a personal essay about bias you have witnessed,
experienced, or learned about, then share what you have done or will do in
response. For more information pick up a flyer outside of Guidance or look at the
LHS School Counseling Dept. Google Classroom where the application was
posted on Oct. 18th.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening October 28th in
the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to the seniors for
their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs Elementary
Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high school staff vs
the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See everyone there!

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Thursday 10/19/2023 Announcements
Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

Wednesday, October 18th, 2023

Do you like music and dance? Do you like to perform? Dance Group is for you!
Having experience is great, but definitely not required. This could be a chance to
learn something new. If you missed the informational meeting, there is still time
to join! Dance Group Clinics will be held on Thursday, October 26th and Monday,
October 30th at 3:15 in the dance room/lecture hall 1. Anyone who is interested
in trying out must attend at least one of the clinics. Don’t forget, you must have
your Final Forms completed prior to participating in Clinics. We hope to see you
there!

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

College/Military Visits in the Cafe this week:
Today- Heidelberg University
Thursday- St. John’s College (NM)

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Wednesday 10/18/2023 Announcements
Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
today at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main informational meeting before
the start of the season. If you are interested but can’t make the meeting, you can
send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members. Our next mandatory
meeting is Thursday, October 19 after school in B202 (Mrs. Stasiak’s room in the
art atrium). We will be painting pumpkins for the local nursing homes. Be sure to
bring a small pumpkin to paint. See Mr. Roth in A210 or an officer with any
questions.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening October 28th in
the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to the seniors for
their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs Elementary
Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high school staff vs
the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See everyone there!

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? LHS Mock Trial meets
again this Thursday, Oct. 19 in room C309. This club is open to all! But you have
to join us soon to be a part of this year’s team!
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

Boys Indoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday Nov 2 @3 pm in Lecture Hall 1.
Email Coach Dow with any questions. Don’t forget to sign up on Final Forms
before the meeting.

Tuesday, October 17th, 2023

LHS Cornhole Club will be meeting after school today in the cafeteria. All are
welcome. For questions, please see Mr. Burgess in room B201.

College/Military Visits in the Cafe this week:
Today- Seton Hill University (PA)
Wednesday- Heidelberg University
Thursday- St. John’s College (NM)

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members. Our next mandatory
meeting is Thursday, October 19 after school in B202 (Mrs. Stasiak’s room in the
art atrium). We will be painting pumpkins for the local nursing homes. Be sure to

Tuesday 10/17/2023 Announcements
bring a small pumpkin to paint. See Mr. Roth in A210 or an officer with any
questions.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening October 28th in
the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to the seniors for
their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs Elementary
Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high school staff vs
the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See everyone there!

The freshmen student council is selling Malley’s chocolate bars! They are $2 a
piece and can be found in C210, Ms. Basinski’s room, or B201, Mr. Burgess’s
room.

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? LHS Mock Trial meets
again this Thursday, Oct. 19 in room C309. This club is open to all! But you have
to join us soon to be a part of this year’s team!
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

Monday, October 16th, 2023

LHS Cornhole Club will be meeting after school on Tuesday, October 17 in the
cafeteria. All are welcome. For questions, please see Mr. Burgess in room B201.

College/Military Visits in the Cafe this week:
Monday- Army
Tuesday- Seton Hill University (PA)
Wednesday- Heidelberg University
Thursday- St. John’s College (NM)

Looking for a job? Lakewood Civic Auditorium is hiring students who are 16
years of age or older to join our Civic Student Staff. This is a paid position! You
would be working backstage, helping run the various events that happen in the
Civic as well as assisting people around the venue. We are flexible and will work
around your schedule. If you are interested or have any questions please contact
the Civic Manager, Corey Farr, at [email protected] and
please put Student Crew in the subject line.

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Monday 10/16/2023 Announcements
Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members. Our next mandatory
meeting is Thursday, October 19 after school in B202 (Mrs. Stasiak’s room in the
art atrium). We will be painting pumpkins for the local nursing homes. Be sure to
bring a small pumpkin to paint. See Mr. Roth in A210 or an officer with any
questions.

The Senior panoramic picture has been rescheduled for Monday, October 30th,
in the gym. Picture orders forms are available outside the Book Room on the
purple cart.
This is also the day for Senior picture retakes. Prestige Photography Studio
will be here on Oct. 30th from 9 am – 2 pm in the Civic Lobby to take senior
yearbook pictures. There is no charge to have the standard yearbook photo
taken although picture packages are available for purchase. Senior portraits may
also be taken at Prestige Photography Studio by appointment. The studio is
located at 26167 Detroit Road, Westlake, OH 44145. The phone number is
440-892-4615. You must have your picture taken by Prestige to be included in the
yearbook.

The 2nd annual Community Basketball Challenge is happening October 28th in
the LHS gym. Doors open at 5pm. All the money raised goes to the seniors for
their prom. Game 1 starts at 6 pm with the Community Team vs Elementary
Heroes. The all important Game 2 starts at 7pm and is the high school staff vs
the middle school staff. Wear purple to support your team. See everyone there!”

Thursday, October 11th, 2023

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Senior Panoramic picture will not be taken
today. We will notify Seniors when we have a new date.

This week’s college/military visits are:
Today- St. Louis University (MO)

Picture retake day for Grades 9-11 will take place today in the Civic Lobby.
Senior picture retakes will take place on Oct. 30th.

Academic Challenge will be meeting today in B208 until 4pm. We are preparing
for the upcoming tournament in Berlin. Come see what the buzz is all about.

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members. Our next mandatory
meeting is Thursday, October 19 after school in B202 (Mrs. Stasiak’s room in the
art atrium). We will be painting pumpkins for the local nursing homes. Be sure to
bring a small pumpkin to paint. See Mr. Roth in A210 or an officer with any
questions.

ACT Mini Boot Camp by College Now
For Students in Eleventh or Twelfth Grade
This free Boot Camp, hosted by College Now Greater Cleveland’s team of college
access experts, is for eleventh and twelfth graders who seek to improve their
potential to achieve a competitive score on the ACT. You must be able to attend
both sessions. Space is limited.Dates & Times:12:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturday,
October 14, 2023
12:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturday, October 21, 2023
Room:Main Library Multipurpose Room
Branch:Main Library
Age Group(s):Youth Programs
Event Type(s):Programs For Teens

Link to register : https://lakewoodpubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/11102365
If you have any questions contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

The annual Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair will be held at John Carroll
University today from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More detailed information about this event can also be found at:
https://www.jcu.edu/adm-northeast-ohio-suburban-college-fair.

Strive Scan will again be used at this college fair to allow students to provide
their contact information to college representatives more easily. Students
attending the fair are encouraged to visit StriveFair.com in advance of the event
to fill out the form and get a bar code. (Note: Students will need to select “Ohio”
in the Event location drop down, followed by the “Northeast Ohio Suburban
College Fair at John Carroll University” in the next drop down). Please contact Melinda Hilton at [email protected] with any questions.

This information and needed links were posted Oct. 4th. to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Use Class Code: e3ym4dj

Tuesday, October 10th, 2023

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting today immediately after
school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions – find Coach
Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic today after school in
Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo in C309 with
any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you there!

This week’s college/military visits are:
Today- Point Park University (PA)
Thursday- St. Louis University (MO)

Picture retake day for Grades 9-11 will take place on Thursday, Oct. 12th in the
Civic Lobby. Senior picture retakes will take place on Oct. 30th.

The Senior group panoramic picture will be taken at 9 am on Thursday, Oct. 12th
in the gym

Academic Challenge will be meeting this Thursday in B208 until 4pm. We are
preparing for the upcoming tounament in Berlin. Come see what the buzz is all
about.

Tuesday 10/10/2023 Announcements
Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

ACT Mini Boot Camp by College Now
For Students in Eleventh or Twelfth Grade
This free Boot Camp, hosted by College Now Greater Cleveland’s team of college
access experts, is for eleventh and twelfth graders who seek to improve their
potential to achieve a competitive score on the ACT. You must be able to attend
both sessions. Space is limited.Dates & Times:12:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturday,
October 14, 2023
12:00pm – 4:00pm, Saturday, October 21, 2023
Room:Main Library Multipurpose Room
Branch:Main Library
Age Group(s):Youth Programs
Event Type(s):Programs For Teens

Link to register : https://lakewoodpubliclibrary.libcal.com/event/11102365
If you have any questions contact Mrs. Sandoval: [email protected]

Tuesday 10/10/2023 Announcements
The annual Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair will be held at John Carroll
University on Thursday, October 12, 2023 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More detailed information about this event can also be found at:
https://www.jcu.edu/adm-northeast-ohio-suburban-college-fair.

Strive Scan will again be used at this college fair to allow students to provide
their contact information to college representatives more easily. Students
attending the fair are encouraged to visit StriveFair.com in advance of the event
to fill out the form and get a bar code. (Note: Students will need to select “Ohio”
in the Event location drop down, followed by the “Northeast Ohio Suburban
College Fair at John Carroll University” in the next drop down).

Please contact Melinda Hilton at [email protected] with any questions.

This information and needed links were posted Oct. 4th. to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Use Class Code: e3ym4dj

Monday, October 9th, 2023

The Book Room will be closed this morning until 11:30 am.

There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting today at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend but would like to
join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the good times Roll!

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting tomorrow immediately
after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions – find Coach
Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic tomorrow after school in
Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo in C309 with
any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you there!

This week’s college/military visits are:
Today- U.S. Army
Tuesday- Point Park University (PA)
Thursday- St. Louis University (MO)

Picture retake day for Grades 9-11 will take place on Thursday, Oct. 12th in the
Civic Lobby. Senior picture retakes will take place on Oct. 30th.

Monday 10/9/2023 Announcements
The Senior group panoramic picture will be taken at 9 am on Thursday, Oct. 12th
in the gym

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

The annual Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair will be held at John Carroll
University on Thursday, October 12, 2023 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More detailed information about this event can also be found at:
https://www.jcu.edu/adm-northeast-ohio-suburban-college-fair.

Strive Scan will again be used at this college fair to allow students to provide
their contact information to college representatives more easily. Students
attending the fair are encouraged to visit StriveFair.com in advance of the event
to fill out the form and get a bar code. (Note: Students will need to select “Ohio”
in the Event location drop down, followed by the “Northeast Ohio Suburban
College Fair at John Carroll University” in the next drop down).

Please contact Melinda Hilton at [email protected] with any questions.

This information and needed links were posted Oct. 4th. to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.
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Friday, October 6th, 2023

Homecoming Dance Reminders:
1. The dance is tomorrow from 7 pm – 9:30 pm. You must have already
purchased a ticket to enter.
2. Bring your Id
3. Have your ticket ready to scan before you enter
4. Do not bring a backpack
5. Refreshments will be sold for $1. Cash only. Bring exact change
6. The dance ends promptly at 9:30 pm. Please arrange your transportation to
pick you up no later than 9:30.

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic on Tuesday, October 10
after school in Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo
in C309 with any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you
there!

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form

Friday 10/6/2023 Announcements
There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

The annual Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair will be held at John Carroll
University on Thursday, October 12, 2023 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More detailed information about this event can also be found at:
https://www.jcu.edu/adm-northeast-ohio-suburban-college-fair.

Strive Scan will again be used at this college fair to allow students to provide
their contact information to college representatives more easily. Students
attending the fair are encouraged to visit StriveFair.com in advance of the event
to fill out the form and get a bar code. (Note: Students will need to select “Ohio”
in the Event location drop down, followed by the “Northeast Ohio Suburban
College Fair at John Carroll University” in the next drop down).

Please contact Melinda Hilton at [email protected] with any questions.

This information and needed links were posted Oct. 4th. to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Use Class Code: e3ym4dj

Friday 10/6/2023 Announcements

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Thursday, October 5th, 2023

This is the very last day to purchase your Homecoming ticket. Don’t miss out on
the fun.

No tickets will be sold tomorrow or at the dance.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday and tickets are now on sale
at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you
must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to
purchase a ticket by 3:30 today. If your guest attends another high school, the
guest form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or
seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

This week’s college visits in the cafe:

Today- Duquesne University (PA)

Thursday 10/5/2023 Announcements
Show your school spirit! Spirit Week is this week, so join us for a week full of
fun, themed dress-up days that celebrate our school pride! Tomorrow’s theme is
Class colors! Freshman-Black, Sophomores-Yellow, Juniors-White,
Seniors-Purple

Academic Challenge will be meeting today in B208 until 4pm. Come see what the
buzz is all about.

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic on Tuesday, October 10
after school in Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo
in C309 with any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you
there!

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form

There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

Thursday 10/5/2023 Announcements

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

The annual Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair will be held at John Carroll
University on Thursday, October 12, 2023 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
More detailed information about this event can also be found at:
https://www.jcu.edu/adm-northeast-ohio-suburban-college-fair.

Strive Scan will again be used at this college fair to allow students to provide
their contact information to college representatives more easily. Students
attending the fair are encouraged to visit StriveFair.com in advance of the event
to fill out the form and get a bar code. (Note: Students will need to select “Ohio”
in the Event location drop down, followed by the “Northeast Ohio Suburban
College Fair at John Carroll University” in the next drop down).

Please contact Melinda Hilton at [email protected] with any questions.

This information and needed links were posted Oct. 4th. to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Classroom.
Use Class Code: e3ym4dj

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for students and parents for all those interested
on Wednesday, October 18 at 6pm in the LHS Cafeteria. This is our main

Thursday 10/5/2023 Announcements
informational meeting before the start of the season. If you are interested but
can’t make the meeting, you can send an e-mail to
[email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, October 4th, 2023

Only 2 more days (including today) to purchase your Homecoming ticket. The
Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are now
on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets is
Thursday, Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a
guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If
your guest attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their
Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

This week’s college visits in the cafe:

Today- St. Mary’s College (IN)
Thursday- Duquesne University (PA)

Show your school spirit! Spirit Week is this week, so join us for a week full of
fun, themed dress-up days that celebrate our school pride! Tomorrow’s theme is
Country vs City!

Wednesday 10/4/2023 Announcements

Chess club meets today in room A127. All are welcome to join.

Tomorrow, October 5th Academic Challenge will be meeting in B208 until 4pm.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic on Tuesday, October 10
after school in Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo
in C309 with any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you
there!

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form

There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

Wednesday 10/4/2023 Announcements
Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2023

The Cornhole Club meeting for today has been CANCELLED.

Only 3 more days (including today) to purchase your Homecoming ticket. The
Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are now
on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets is
Thursday, Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a
guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If
your guest attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their
Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

This week’s college visits in the cafe:

Wednesday- St. Mary’s College (IN)
Thursday- Duquesne University (PA)

Tuesday 10/3/2023 Announcements

Show your school spirit! Spirit Week is this week, so join us for a week full of
fun, themed dress-up days that celebrate our school pride! Tomorrow’s theme is
Frat vs Sorority!

Chess club meets tomorrow in room A127. All are welcome to join.

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for all those interested today right after school
in the LHS Pool Lobby. If you are interested but can’t make the meeting, you can
send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see you there!

Any girl, any grade, interested in trying a new sport, should come to a Girls
Lacrosse informational meeting today at 7:30 pm in the cafeteria. This meeting is
for parents and prospective players. This is a growing sport and we would love
to see you there.

Thursday October 5th Academic Challenge will be meeting in B208 until 4pm.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Join FILM CLUB as we kick off the 2023-24 season with A Nightmare Before
Christmas! We will be watching the Tim Burton classic on Tuesday, October 10
after school in Room C309. As always, snacks will be provided. See Mr. Lobozzo
in C309 with any questions. Grab some friends and join us! Hope to see you
there!

Tuesday 10/3/2023 Announcements

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form

There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

Monday, October 2nd, 2023

Only 4 more days (including today) to purchase your Homecoming ticket. The
Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are now
on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets is
Thursday, Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a
guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If
your guest attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their
Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Cornhole Club will be meeting after school tomorrow in the cafeteria. Please see
Mr. Burgess in B201 if you have questions. All are welcome!

This week’s college visits in the cafe:

Wednesday- St. Mary’s College (IN)
Thursday- Duquesne University (PA)

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is today after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be discussing plans
for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour. Please see an
officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Show your school spirit! Spirit Week is this week, so join us for a week full of
fun, themed dress-up days that celebrate our school pride! Today’s theme is
Athlete vs. Mathlete. Tomorrow’s theme is Beach vs Ski!

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for all those interested tomorrow right after
school in the LHS Pool Lobby. If you are interested but can’t make the meeting,
you can send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see you
there!

Any girl, any grade, interested in trying a new sport, should come to a Girls
Lacrosse informational meeting tomorrow at 7:30 in the cafeteria. This meeting
is for parents and prospective players. This is a growing sport and we would
love to see you there.

Thursday October 5th Academic Challenge will be meeting in B208 until 4pm.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

If you intend to run Indoor Boys Track this winter, please sign up on Final Forms
and Check the Indoor Track team as one of your sports. We will have a sign up
meeting in late October. Please do not forget to sign up on Final Forms. Any
questions. Email Coach Dow

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form.

There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Friday, September 29th, 2023

Amnesty International will be meeting today after school in B314.

Today’s University of Toledo’s visit has been cancelled and will be rescheduled
at a later date.

We will have our first Art Club meeting today! It will be a brief 15 minute meeting
after school in B206.
Also, we will be walking in the Homecoming Spirit Parade again, Friday October
6th. Come by to find out how to join us! See Mrs. Hansen for questions

Get ready to show your school spirit! Spirit Week is next week, so join us for a
week full of fun, themed dress-up days and activities that celebrate our school
pride! Monday’s theme is Athlete vs. Mathlete!

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for all those interested on Tuesday, October 3
right after school in the LHS Pool Lobby. If you are interested but can’t make the
meeting, you can send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see
you there!

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Any girl, any grade, interested in trying a new sport, should come to a Girls
Lacrosse informational meeting on Tuesday, October 3rd at 7:30 in the cafeteria.
This meeting is for parents and prospective players. This is a growing sport and
we would love to see you there.

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for all those interested on Tuesday, October 3
right after school in the LHS Pool Lobby. If you are interested but can’t make the
meeting, you can send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see
you there!

Thursday October 5th Academic Challenge will be meeting in B208 until 4pm.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

If you intend to run Indoor Boys Track this winter, please sign up on Final Forms
and Check the Indoor Track team as one of your sports. We will have a sign up
meeting in late October. Please do not forget to sign up on Final Forms. Any
questions. Email Coach Dow

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th. Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration
form

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

There is one more week to purchase your Homecoming ticket. The Homecoming
dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are now on sale at
payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets is Thursday,
Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a guest form to
the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If your guest
attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their Principal
and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Thursday, September 28th, 2023

Attention all Dungeons and Dragons Club Members! We have a meeting this
Thursday right after school until 4:15 in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. See you there!

Amnesty International will be meeting Friday after school in B314.

We will have our first Art Club meeting this Friday, September 29th! It will be a
brief 15 minute meeting after school in B206.
Also, we will be walking in the Homecoming Spirit Parade again, Friday October
6th. Come by to find out how to join us! See Mrs. Hansen for questions

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

College visits in the Cafe this week are:
Today – Fordham University (NY)
Friday- University of Toledo

Attention all students interested in joining the swimming and diving team! There
will be an informational meeting for all those interested on Tuesday, October 3
right after school in the LHS Pool Lobby. If you are interested but can’t make the
meeting, you can send an e-mail to [email protected]. Hope to see
you there!

Thursday October 5th Academic Challenge will be meeting in B208 until 4pm.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

If you intend to run Indoor Boys Track this winter, please sign up on Final Forms
and Check the Indoor Track team as one of your sports. We will have a sign up
meeting in late October. Please do not forget to sign up on Final Forms. Any
questions. Email Coach Dow

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

There is one more week to purchase your Homecoming ticket. The Homecoming
dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are now on sale at
payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets is Thursday,
Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a guest form to
the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If your guest
attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their Principal
and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket: https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Wednesday, September 27th, 2023

Chess Club will have its first meeting of the year today after school in A127.
All are welcome.

Attention all Dungeons and Dragons Club Members! We have a meeting this
Thursday right after school until 4:15 in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. See you there!

We will have our first Art Club meeting this Friday, September 29th! It will be a
brief 15 minute meeting after school in B206.
Also, we will be walking in the Homecoming Spirit Parade again, Friday October
6th. Come by to find out how to join us! See Mrs. Hansen for questions

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

College visits in the Cafe this week are:
Today-University of Valley Forge (PA)
Thursday- Fordham University (NY)
Friday- University of Toledo
There are at least 300 ways to enjoy the winter but the most Perfect way is to join
the LHS Bowling Team. Anyone interested needs to attend an informational
meeting on Monday October 9th at 3:15 in room C308. If you are unable to attend
but would like to join, stop by C308 or email Coach Smith before Monday. Let the
good times Roll!

If you intend to run Indoor Boys Track this winter, please sign up on Final Forms
and Check the Indoor Track team as one of your sports. We will have a sign up
meeting in late October. Please do not forget to sign up on Final Forms. Any
questions. Email Coach Dow

Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.
The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets
is Thursday, Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a
guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If
your guest attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their
Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Tuesday, September 26th, 2023

Chess Club will have its first meeting of the year tomorrow after school in A127.
All are welcome.

Attention all Dungeons and Dragons Club Members! We have a meeting this
Thursday right after school until 4:15 in Ms. Spies’ room, C214. See you there!

We will have our first Art Club meeting this Friday, September 29th! It will be a
brief 15 minute meeting after school in B206.
Also, we will be walking in the Homecoming Spirit Parade again, Friday October
6th. Come by to find out how to join us! See Mrs. Hansen for questions

Like to Argue? Like to Act? Just interested in the law? Join LHS’s Mock Trial
Team! Last year Lakewood beat St. Joe’s and narrowly lost to Ignatius in the
competition. Come find out what this year’s case will be. This club is open to all!
Join the fun! our first meeting will be Thursday, Oct 5 after school in room C309.
See Mr. Lobozzo for details.

College visits in the Cafe this week are:

Today- Cleveland State University
Wednesday-University of Valley Forge (PA)
Thursday- Fordham University (NY)
Friday- University of Toledo

If you intend to run Indoor Boys Track this winter, please sign up on Final Forms
and Check the Indoor Track team as one of your sports. We will have a sign up
meeting in late October. Please do not forget to sign up on Final Forms. Any
questions. Email Coach Dow
Girls Indoor Track and Field will have a sign up meeting Tues. Oct. 10
immediately after school in Coach Sparks Room A103. If you have any questions
– find Coach Toole or Coach Sparks.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. The last day to purchase tickets
is Thursday, Oct. 5th. If you are bringing a non LHS guest, you must submit a
guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a code to purchase a ticket. If
your guest attends another high school, the guest form must be signed by their
Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Great news! Our high school cafe is now composting food scraps. This small
change makes a big difference for our environment. By sorting our food waste,
we’re reducing what goes to the landfill and helping create nutrient-rich
compost. So, let’s all do our part and make this effort successful. Remember to
use the compost bins provided in the cafe and help our school become more
sustainable, one food scrap at a time!”

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Monday, September 25th, 2023

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

If you were on the 8th Grade Garfield DC trip, please stop in your house office to
pick up your panoramic picture.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

College visits in the Cafe this week are:

Monday- Case Western Reserve
Tuesday- Cleveland State University
Wednesday-University of Valley Forge (PA)
Thursday- Fordham University (NY)
Friday- University of Toledo

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-schoo
l-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Friday, September 22nd, 2023

Do you have library books at home from your elementary school or middle
school days? You can always return them to the LHS library! We will take the
fees off of your account. Even if you have already paid for the book, we’ll arrange
a refund to you. The libraries just want the books, not your money. So again,
please return any library book you have from previous years to the LHS library.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

If you were on the 8th Grade Garfield DC trip, please stop in your house office to
pick up your panoramic picture.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Last day to order your West Shore apparel! See attached flyer for ordering
information.

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

The Attendance office and Health Center were moved to a new location this year.
Both are now located in the Main Office.

Your Lakewood Rangers Golf Team, led by Junior Justin Lacquement’s 38
defeated the Blue Devils of Independence yesterday by a score of 175 to 182.
The team’s margin of victory was set as Junior Logan Ellis fired a 43, Junior
Aidan Smith carded a 44, and Sophomore Matt Schlatzer stayed steady with a
score of 50. Rounding out the team scoring was Freshman Seamus McGann with
54 and Junior Chris Hanna-Kotula with 56. Congratulations and Good Luck
Rangers on Oct. 2nd at Sectionals.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day! Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs. You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/ Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Thursday, September 21st, 2023

Dungeons and Dragons will meet after school today in Ms. Spies’ Room C214
from 3-4 pm.

Grand Canyon University (AZ) will be in the cafeteria during lunch periods today.

Do you have library books at home from your elementary school or middle
school days? You can always return them to the LHS library! We will take the
fees off of your account. Even if you have already paid for the book, we’ll arrange
a refund to you. The libraries just want the books, not your money. So again,
please return any library book you have from previous years to the LHS library.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

Miami University is waving their application fee for students who apply by Nov.
1st. For more information and links to the application, go to the LHS School
Counseling Dept. Google Classroom.

If you were on the 8th Grade Garfield DC trip, please stop in your house office to
pick up your panoramic picture.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Order your West Shore apparel today! Sale ends this Friday, September 22nd.
See attached flyer for ordering information.

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

The Attendance office and Health Center were moved to a new location this year.
Both are now located in the Main Office

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs. You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Wednesday, September 20th, 2023

This weeks meetings:
1. There is a preseason meeting for those interested in joining the gymnastics
team today at 4:30 in the cafeteria.
2. Special Olympics will have a short informational meeting after school today
in Ms.Spies’ room, C214.
3. Dungeons and Dragons meeting after school on Thursday in Ms. Spies’
Room C214 from 3-4 pm..

This week’s College/Military visits in the cafeteria during lunch periods are:
Today – University of Mount Union
Thursday- Grand Canyon University (AZ)

Do you have library books at home from your elementary school or middle
school days? You can always return them to the LHS library! We will take the
fees off of your account. Even if you have already paid for the book, we’ll arrange
a refund to you. The libraries just want the books, not your money. So again,
please return any library book you have from previous years to the LHS library.

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Order your West Shore apparel today! Sale ends this Friday, September 22nd.
See attached flyer for ordering information.

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

The Attendance office and Health Center were moved to a new location this year.
Both are now located in the Main Office

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs. You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/
Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Tuesday, September 19th, 2023

This weeks meetings:
1. Debate Club will meet after school today in Mrs. Cesa’s room, B203.
2. LHS Cornhole Club will meet after school today in the cafeteria.
3. Preseason meeting for those interested in joining the gymnastics team on
Wednesday at 4:30 in the cafeteria.
4. Special Olympics will have a short informational meeting after school on
Wednesday in Ms.Spies’ room, C214.
5. Dungeons and Dragons meeting after school on Thursday in Ms. Spies’
Room C214 from 3-4 pm..

This week’s College/Military visits in the cafeteria during lunch periods are:
Today- U.S. Air Force
Wednesday- University of Mount Union
Thursday- Grand Canyon University (AZ)

Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Are you 18 or will you turn 18 on or before November 7th 2023?
If so, you are eligible to vote in the upcoming election but you need to register
before October 10th
Please see Mr. Lewis in room C311 for a voter registration form

Attention all CURRENT National Honor Society members our first meeting of the
school year is Monday, October 2 after school in Lecture Hall 2. We will be
discussing plans for the school year. The meeting should be about a half hour.
Please see an officer or Mr. Roth in A210 with any questions.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends this Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-schoo
l-shadowing/ Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Monday, September 18th, 2023

Debate Club will meet for the first time this year on Tuesday, September 19th in
Mrs. Cesa’s room, B203. Come attend if you are interested.

There will be a preseason meeting for those that are interested in joining the
gymnastics team on Wednesday, September 20th. The meeting will be at 4:30 in
the cafeteria.

LHS Cornhole Club will meet after school tomorrow in the cafeteria. All are
welcome! See Mr. Burgess in B201 if you have questions.

This week’s College/Military visits are:
Monday- U.S. Navy
Tuesday- U.S. Air Force
Wednesday- University of Mount Union
Thursday- Grand Canyon University (AZ)

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th and tickets are
now on sale at payschoolsevents.com for $20. If you are bringing a non LHS
guest, you must submit a guest form to the Book Room in order to receive a
code to purchase a ticket. If your guest attends another high school, the guest
form must be signed by their Principal and have their school stamp or seal.
Click on the link below to purchase your ticket:
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/28630

Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends this Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

Attention all students! Come to the first Dungeons and Dragons meeting right
after school on Thursday, September 21 in Ms. Spies’ Room C214. We’ll meet
from 3-4p and all are welcome! If you have any questions, contact Ms. Spies.

Attention all students interested in participating in Special Olympics! We will
have a short informational meeting after school on Wednesday September 20 in
Ms.Spies’ room, C214. We’ll talk about this year’s events and you can learn more
about how you can be a part of one of the best experiences here at LHS. All are
welcome!

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-schoo
l-shadowing/ Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Friday, September 15th, 2023

The following meetings are taking place today:
1. D’Youville University (NY) will be in the cafe today during lunch periods
2. Boys and Girls Bowling Teams – today at 3 pm – Room C308 with Mr. Smith
3. Gamers Club – today from 3:00-4:30 in room C111 with Mr. Streets
4. Amnesty International – brief informational meeting today after school in
room B314 with Ms. Sandor

Meet us at The Westerly Apartments for Seniors after school today to deliver
groceries door to door. The apartments are an easy walk from LHS so sign up
with a friend and volunteer together. Stop by the H2O bulletin board outside
E102 in the cafeteria to add your name to the sign up sheet and get all the
details. See Mrs. Chodzin in the H2O office with questions.

Debate Club will meet for the first time this year on Tuesday, September 19th in
Mrs. Cesa’s room, B203. Come attend if you are interested.

Signups are happening for this year’s Watters Science Seminar! If you are
interested in hearing about careers in STEM fields once a month and
participating in citizen science projects, then this seminar series is for you! See
Mrs. Hubbard or any science teacher for more information.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th. Homecoming
tickets will go on sale on Monday for $20. A link for ticket sales will be emailed
to all students on Monday morning. Guest forms will be emailed to students
today. Hard copies of the guest form will be available in the Book Room today
after Home Room.

Hey Rangers-The Ranger Rundown video announcements are hoping to start
next week. We’d like to highlight what Lakewood activities you’ve been up to this
year. Please send any LHS pictures you have that represent the beginning of this
school year. This includes any events, practices, games or meetings from late
summer until now. Send photos and captions to
[email protected].

Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends on Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

Attention all students! Come to the first Dungeons and Dragons meeting right
after school on Thursday, September 21 in Ms. Spies’ Room C214. We’ll meet
from 3-4p and all are welcome! If you have any questions, contact Ms. Spies.

Attention all students interested in participating in Special Olympics! We will
have a short informational meeting after school on Wednesday September 20 in
Ms.Spies’ room, C214. We’ll talk about this year’s events and you can learn more
about how you can be a part of one of the best experiences here at LHS. All are
welcome!

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

LHS Cornhole Club will meet after school next Tuesday in the cafeteria. All are
welcome! See Mr. Burgess in B201 if you have questions.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the
student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career
information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information
about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs.
You can find out more here:
https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-schoo
l-shadowing/

Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Hola LHS – Travel club is taking a trip to Spain during Spring Break 2024 – if you
are interested in joining us, make sure you stop by and see Mrs. Gliozzi – C114 or
Mr. Heslep A127 and pick up the information.

The Lakewood Rangers defeated the Green Wavers of
Holy Name in the last regular season GLC match between
these two long storied golf programs, 186 to 190. The close
encounter ended in Lakewood’s favor as junior Justin
Lacquement fired a 40, followed by junior Logan Ellis’ 44,
freshman Seamus McGann’s 50, and junior Aidan Smith’s 52.
Rounding out the team’s scoring was sophomore Matt Schlatzer’s
53, and junior Chris Hanna-Kotula’s 55. Congratulations and good
luck Rangers on Monday at the GLC Championship!

Thursday, September 14th, 2023

The following meetings are taking place this week:
1. John Carroll University will be in the cafe today during lunch periods
2. Herpetology Club – Thursday, from 3:00-3:30 in room C111 with Mr. Streets
3. Boys and Girls Bowling Teams – Friday at 3 pm – Room C308 with Mr. Smith
4. Gamers Club – Friday from 3:00-4:30 in room C111 with Mr. Streets
5. Amnesty International – brief informational meeting Friday after school in
room B314 with Ms. Sandor

Meet us at The Westerly Apartments for Seniors after school Friday to deliver
groceries door to door. The apartments are an easy walk from LHS so sign up
with a friend and volunteer together. Stop by the H2O bulletin board outside
E102 in the cafeteria to add your name to the sign up sheet and get all the
details. See Mrs. Chodzin in the H2O office with questions.

Debate Club will meet for the first time this year on Tuesday, September 19th in
Mrs. Cesa’s room, B203. Come attend if you are interested.

Signups are happening for this year’s Watters Science Seminar! If you are
interested in hearing about careers in STEM fields once a month and
participating in citizen science projects, then this seminar series is for you! See
Mrs. Hubbard or any science teacher for more information.

The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th. Homecoming
tickets will go on sale on Monday for $20. Guest forms will be available
tomorrow. Stay tuned for details.

Hey Rangers-The Ranger Rundown video announcements are hoping to start
next week. We’d like to highlight what Lakewood activities you’ve been up to this
year. Please send any LHS pictures you have that represent the beginning of this
school year. This includes any events, practices, games or meetings from late
summer until now. Send photos and captions to
[email protected].

Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends on Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

Attention all students! Come to the first Dungeons and Dragons meeting right
after school on Thursday, September 21 in Ms. Spies’ Room C214. We’ll meet
from 3-4p and all are welcome! If you have any questions, contact Ms. Spies.

Attention all students interested in participating in Special Olympics! We will
have a short informational meeting after school on Wednesday September 20 in
Ms.Spies’ room, C214. We’ll talk about this year’s events and you can learn more
about how you can be a part of one of the best experiences here at LHS. All are
welcome!

Have a voice in Lakewood city government. Apply for a seat on the Lakewood
Youth Council. Lakewood residents in grades 8 – 12 interested in leadership and
committed to meaningful change in our community can submit an application for
a seat on council September 14 through October 14. Look for the QR code to
access the application on posters in the LHS halls and on the H2O bulletin
board.

NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day!
Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career
possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA
scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs. You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/

Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay.
If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

Wednesday, September 13th, 2023

1.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

2. The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th.
Homecoming tickets will go on sale on Monday for $20. Stay tuned for details.

3.The Lane is clear for you to Strike out on your own and Roll your way to the
LHS Varsity Bowling Team! There is not a moment to Spare. It is time to make a
Split decision as we Approach the winter sports season. Do not throw this
opportunity into the Gutter. Make a memory worthy of a Perfect Frame!
Anyone interested in participating on either the Boys or Girls Bowling Team this
year stop by C308 on Friday September 15th at 3:00pm for an informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
15th.

4. All college/military visits will be in the Cafe during the lunch periods. If you
have joined the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom you will be able to click
links to the schools that are visiting.

Today- Robert Morris University (PA)
Thursday-John Carroll University
Friday- D’Youville University (NY)

5. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google
Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

6. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

7. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school year
today in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see if this is a club for you!

8. Signups are happening for this year’s Watters Science Seminar! If you are
interested in hearing about careers in STEM fields once a month and
participating in citizen science projects, then this seminar series is for you! See
Mrs. Hubbard or any science teacher for more information.

9. Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends on Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

10. Hola LHS – Travel club is taking a trip to Spain during Spring Break 2024 – if
you are interested in joining us, make sure you stop by and see Mrs. Gliozzi –
C114 or Mr. Heslep A127 and pick up the information. Time is running out – stop by soon!!

11. Are you interested in advocating for human rights? Come to B314 on Friday
after school for a brief informational meeting about “Amnesty International”.
Can’t make the meeting? See Ms. Sandor or Maya Trempe for more information.

12. NASA Glenn is now accepting applications for it’s STEM shadowing day! Shadowing day provides students from Ohio the opportunity to explore career possibilities in research and development while under the guidance of a NASA scientist, engineer, technician, or administrative professional that serves as the student’s mentor. Participants will spend time with a mentor, receive career information, visit some of NASA’s unique facilities, and receive information about NASA internships and other educational resources and programs. You can find out more here: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/glenn/stem/one-day-stem-events/glenn-high-school-shadowing/ Space is limited and there are multiple steps, including an essay. If you are interested please come see Mrs. Crislip in the West Shore office.

13. Meet us at The Westerly Apartments for Seniors after school Friday to deliver
groceries door to door. The apartments are an easy walk from LHS so sign up
with a friend and volunteer together. Stop by the H2O bulletin board outside
E102 in the cafeteria to add your name to the sign up sheet and get all the
details. See Mrs. Chodzin in the H2O office with questions.

14. Hey Rangers-The Ranger Rundown video announcements are hoping to start
next week. We’d like to highlight what Lakewood activities you’ve been up to this
year. Please send any LHS pictures you have that represent the beginning of this
school year. This includes any events, practices, games or meetings from late
summer until now. Send photos and captions to
[email protected]. We hope to hear from you soon!

15. Attention all students interested in playing boys’ basketball this winter
season. There will be a brief, informational meeting in Room C312 after school
today, September 13th. The meeting will outline open gym, strength and
conditioning, and tryout schedules. Thank you.

16. Debate Club will meet for the first time this year on Tuesday, September 19th
in Mrs. Cesa’s room, B203. Come attend if you are interested.

17. Your pin seeking Rangers golf team defeated the fairway finding Warriors of
Fairview yesterday in the last regular season GLC clash between these two
fierce rivals. The long driving Rangers were led by Junior Justin Lacquement’s
41, followed by Juniors Aidan Smith and Logan Ellis with a pair of 44’s,
Freshman Seamus McGann shot his season PR of 47 that propelled these
Rocking Rangers to their team low score of the season of 176. Rounding out the
team scoring was Freshman Olivia Andregg with 50 and Junior Chris
Hanna-Kotula’s 54. These swinging Rangers will be back in action tomorrow
against the Green Wave. Congratulations and good luck Rangers!

Tuesday, September 12th, 2023

1.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

2. The Homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, October 7th.
Homecoming tickets will go on sale on Monday for $20. Stay tuned for details.

3.The Lane is clear for you to Strike out on your own and Roll your way to the
LHS Varsity Bowling Team! There is not a moment to Spare. It is time to make a
Split decision as we Approach the winter sports season. Do not throw this
opportunity into the Gutter. Make a memory worthy of a Perfect Frame!
Anyone interested in participating on either the Boys or Girls Bowling Team this
year stop by C308 on Friday September 15th at 3:00pm for an informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
15th.

4. Auditions for Romeo & Juliet are today after school in the Studio Theatre.
Audition packets and monologues are available in the Studio Theatre. Come on
out and audition!

5. All college/military visits will be in the Cafe during the lunch periods. If you
have joined the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom you will be able to click
links to the schools that are visiting.

Today- Robert Morris University (PA)
Thursday-John Carroll University
Friday- D’Youville University (NY)

6. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google
Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

7. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

8. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school year
on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see if
this is a club for you!

9. Signups are happening for this year’s Watters Science Seminar! If you are
interested in hearing about careers in STEM fields once a month and
participating in citizen science projects, then this seminar series is for you! See
Mrs. Hubbard or any science teacher for more information.

10. Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends on Friday,
September 22nd. See attached flyer for ordering information.

11. Past and current French students: if you are interested in details about the
trip to Québec this June, come to A125 today 9/12 at 7pm for our informational
meeting! We will visit two universities, see the Underground City, eat poutine and much
more!

12. Are you interested in advocating for human rights? Come to B314 on Friday
after school for a brief informational meeting about “Amnesty International”.
Can’t make the meeting? See Ms. Sandor or Maya Trempe for more information.

Monday, September 11th, 2023

1. Attention Seniors – Prestige Photography will be at LHS next Monday,
September 18 and again on October 30 for senior yearbook pictures. Every
senior must use Prestige for their yearbook photograph. There is no charge for
the yearbook picture but you have the option to purchase pictures. Please
reach out to Ms. Basinski with any questions.

2.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

3. Great News! We still have 25 additional student parking spaces available.
Apply online using this link and allow up to two school days for approval. You
must have a student parking permit in order to park on school property.
Students with a parking permit must park in the North lot only across the street
from the high school on Franklin in row 2 and beyond.

https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/27519

4. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google
Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

5. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

6. Auditions for Romeo & Juliet are tomorrow, September 12th, after school in
the Studio Theatre. Audition packets and monologues are available in the Studio
Theatre. Come on out and audition!

7. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school year
on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see if
this is a club for you!

8. The Lane is clear for you to Strike out on your own and Roll your way to the
LHS Varsity Bowling Team! There is not a moment to Spare. It is time to make a
Split decision as we Approach the winter sports season. Do not throw this
opportunity into the Gutter. Make a memory worthy of a Perfect Frame!
Anyone interested in participating on either the Boys or Girls Bowling Team this
year stop by C308 on Friday September 15th at 3:00pm for an informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
15th.

9. All college/military visits will be in the Cafe during the lunch periods. If you
have joined the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom you will be able to click
links to the schools that are visiting.
Tuesday- Kenyon College
Wednesday- Robert Morris University (PA)
Thursday-John Carroll University
Friday- D’Youville University (NY)

10. Signups are happening for this year’s Watters Science Seminar! If you are
interested in hearing about careers in STEM fields once a month and
participating in citizen science projects, then this seminar series is for you! See
Mrs. Hubbard or any science teacher for more information.

11. Order your West Shore apparel today! Our very own LHS Senior, Liv Behun,
created the design in our Media Arts and Design program. Sale ends on Friday,
September 22nd.
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ws_piV-cPRw_aWzgZehrSVDEJTc11V-k

12. Past and current French students: if you are interested in details about the
trip to Québec this June, come to A125 Tuesday 9/12 at 7pm for our
informational meeting!
We will visit two universities, see the Underground City, eat poutine and much
more!

Friday, September 8th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

3. A Reminder for Athletes, Check your schedules to make sure you have at
LEAST 5 classes each semester for Athletic Eligibility.

4. Great News! We now have 31 additional student parking spaces available.
Apply online using this link and allow up to two school days for approval.
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/27519

5. If you ordered a yearbook last year and have not picked it up, please stop by
room C210/C211 to do so.

6. If being outdoors is your Racket and you Love the sound of squeaking shoes
then set yourself in motion to be a part of the Boys Tennis team.
Anyone interested in participating on the Boys Tennis Team this year should
stop by C308 today at 3:00pm for a brief informational meeting.
If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
8th. The ball is now in your Court!

7. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

8. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

9. Auditions for Romeo & Juliet are Tuesday September 12th after school in the
Studio Theatre. Audition packets and monologues are available in the Studio
Theatre. Come on out and audition!

10. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school
year on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see
if this is a club for you!

12. The Lane is clear for you to Strike out on your own and Roll your way to the
LHS Varsity Bowling Team! There is not a moment to Spare. It is time to make a
Split decision as we Approach the winter sports season. Do not throw this
opportunity into the Gutter. Make a memory worthy of a Perfect Frame!
Anyone interested in participating on either the Boys or Girls Bowling Team this
year stop by C308 on Friday September 15th at 3:00pm for an informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
15th.

Thursday, September 7th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

3. A Reminder for Athletes, Check your schedules to make sure you have at
LEAST 5 classes each semester for Athletic Eligibility.

4. Academic Challenge is having their first meeting today after school in room
B208. Come see what the buzz is all about.

5. Great News! We now have 31 additional student parking spaces available.
Apply online using this link and allow up to two school days for approval.
https://www.payschoolsevents.com/events/details/27519

Student parking is permitted in the NORTH lot on Franklin Blvd across from the
High School only with a valid, current year parking pass. You may park in row 2
and beyond. Student vehicles found parked in any other high school parking lot,
during the school day, may be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. If you do
not have a current parking sticker on your car you may not park in the north
parking lot.

6. If you ordered a yearbook last year and have not picked it up, please stop by
room C210/C211 to do so.

7. Hola LHS – Travel club is taking a trip to Spain during Spring Break 2024 – if
you are interested in joining us, make sure you stop by and see Mrs. Gliozzi –
C114 or Mr. Heslep A127 and pick up the information. Time is running out – stop by soon!!

8. If being outdoors is your Racket and you Love the sound of squeaking shoes
then set yourself in motion to be a part of the Boys Tennis team.
Anyone interested in participating on the Boys Tennis Team this year should
stop by C308 on Friday September 8th at 3:00pm for a brief informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
8th. The ball is now in your Court!

9. College and Military visits will take place throughout the year in the Cafe
during the lunch periods. Today’s visit will be Johnson & Wales.

10. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google
Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

11. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

12. Auditions for Romeo & Juliet are Tuesday September 12th after school in the
Studio Theatre. Audition packets and monologues are available in the Studio
Theatre. Come on out and audition!

13. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school
year on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see
if this is a club for you!

Wednesday, September 6th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

3. A Reminder for Athletes, Check your schedules to make sure you have at
LEAST 5 classes each semester for Athletic Eligibility.

4. Academic Challenge is having their first meeting on Thursday in room B208.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

5. Students, you must have a parking pass to park your car on school property.
Student parking is permitted in the NORTH lot on Franklin Blvd across from the
High School. You may park in row 3 and beyond. Student vehicles found parked
in any other high school parking lot, during the school day, may be towed at the
vehicle owner’s expense. If you do not have a current parking sticker on your
car you may not park in the north parking lot.

6. If you ordered a yearbook last year and have not picked it up, please stop by
room C210/C211 to do so.

7. Hola LHS – Travel club is taking a trip to Spain during Spring Break 2024 – if
you are interested in joining us, make sure you stop by and see Mrs. Gliozzi –
C114 or Mr. Heslep A127 and pick up the information. Time is running out – stop by soon!!

8. If being outdoors is your Racket and you Love the sound of squeaking shoes
then set yourself in motion to be a part of the Boys Tennis team.
Anyone interested in participating on the Boys Tennis Team this year should
stop by C308 on Friday September 8th at 3:00pm for a brief informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
8th. The ball is now in your Court!

9. College and Military visits will take place throughout the year in the Cafe
during the lunch periods. This week’s visit will be Johnson & Wales on Sept 7th.

10. Gamers Club will host its first meeting of the year on Friday, September 15
from 3:00-4:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Friday of each month. Please join our Google
Classroom for more information. The code is hdp7ksq

11. Herpetology Club will meet for the first time on Thursday, September 14 from
3:00-3:30 in room C111! We will meet at this time on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Please join our
Google Classroom for more information. The code issmd2vu3

12. Any student, male or female, that is interested in playing hockey this year,
there will be a meeting in the LHS cafeteria tonight at 4:15pm. If you can not
attend but would like information, please stop by the athletic office and they will
put you in contact with Coach Senkovich.

13. The Dead Tree Society Book Club will have its first meeting of the school
year on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 in room C209 after school! Please stop by to see
if this is a club for you!

Tuesday, September 5th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2. Attention any athlete interested in participating in Baseball for the 2024
season. A fall pre-season meeting will be held today in the LHS Cafe at 3:30 pm.
Fall athletes do not need to attend. The meeting will last 15 minutes. Please
reach out to Coach Graves on Remind if you have any questions.

3. Cornhole Club will be meeting today after school in the cafeteria. Come and
play! See Mr. Burgess in B201 if you have questions.

4.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

5. A Reminder for Athletes, Check your schedules to make sure you have at
LEAST 5 classes each semester for Athletic Eligibility.

6. Academic Challenge is having their first meeting on Thursday in room B208.
Come see what the buzz is all about.

7. LHS Barnstormers will have its first meeting today after school at 3pm in the
Studio Theatre. Information about the Fall play, auditions, and involvement in the
theatre season will be provided. All are welcome!

9. Students, you must have a parking pass to park your car on school property.
Student parking is permitted in the NORTH lot on Franklin Blvd across from the
High School. You may park in row 3 and beyond. Student vehicles found parked
in any other high school parking lot, during the school day, WILL be towed at the
vehicle owner’s expense. If you do not have a current parking sticker on your
car you may not park in the north parking lot.

10. If you ordered a yearbook last year and have not picked it up, please stop by
room C210/C211 to do so.

11. Hola LHS – Travel club is taking a trip to Spain during Spring Break 2024 – if
you are interested in joining us, make sure you stop by and see Mrs. Gliozzi –
C114 or Mr. Heslep A127 and pick up the information. Time is running out – stop by soon!!

12. If being outdoors is your Racket and you Love the sound of squeeking shoes
then set yourself in motion to be a part of the Boys Tennis team.
Anyone interested in participating on the Boys Tennis Team this year should
stop by C308 on Friday September 8th at 3:00pm for a brief informational
meeting. If you are unable to attend, email Mr. Smith with your interest before September
8th. The ball is now in your Court!

13. College and Military visits will take place throughout the year in the Cafe
during the lunch periods. This week’s visit will be Johnson & Wales on Sept 7th.

Thursday, August 31st, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2. Attention any athlete interested in participating in Baseball for the 2024
season. A fall pre-season meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 5th in the
LHS Cafe at 3:30 pm. Fall athletes do not need to attend. The meeting will last 15
minutes. Please reach out to Coach Graves on Remind if you have any
questions.

3. Cornhole Club will be meeting Tuesday, September 5 after school in the
cafeteria. Come and play! See Mr. Burgess in B201 if you have questions.

4.The Gates Scholarship is now accepting applications. Information and
application can be found on the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom and
hard copies are located outside of Guidance.

5. A Reminder for Athletes, Check your schedules to make sure you have at
LEAST 5 classes each semester for Athletic Eligibility.

Wednesday, August 30th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2. Attention any athlete interested in participating in Baseball for the 2024
season. A fall pre-season meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 5th in the
LHS Cafe at 3:30 pm. Fall athletes do not need to attend. The meeting will last 15
minutes. Please reach out to Coach Graves on Remind if you have any
questions. Thank you! See attached flyer.

3. Attention all students! Next Friday from 3rd-6th period, LHS is hosting a
Special Olympics football tournament. We are looking for student volunteers to
coach, referee, score keep and play flag football so we can help our Ranger
Athletes take home the winner’s trophy. Please see Ms. Spies in C214 if you are
interested.

Tuesday, August 29th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2. Attention any athlete interested in participating in Baseball for the 2024
season. A fall pre-season meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 5th in the
LHS Cafe at 3:30 pm. Fall athletes do not need to attend. The meeting will last 15
minutes. Please reach out to Coach Graves on Remind if you have any
questions. Thank you! See attached flyer.

3. Attention all students! Next Friday from 3rd-6th period, LHS is hosting a
Special Olympics football tournament. We are looking for student volunteers to
coach, referee, score keep and play flag football so we can help our Ranger
Athletes take home the winner’s trophy. Please see Ms. Spies in C214 if you are
interested.

4. Be sure to read and listen daily to the announcements. Don’t miss out on
important events. The Homecoming Dance will be held on Saturday, October
7th. Stay tuned for future announcements on how to purchase tickets.

Monday, August 28th, 2023

1. Students, Join the LHS School Counseling Dept. Classroom to receive
important information throughout the School year. Use the code: e3ym4dj

2. Students, you must have a parking pass to park your car on school property.
Student parking is permitted in the NORTH lot on Franklin Blvd across from the
High School. You may park in row 3 and beyond. Student vehicles found parked
in any other high school parking lot, during the school day, may be towed at the
vehicle owner’s expense.