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Wednesday June 2, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall
season: the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-
Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 7, 2021.
Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of
them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water
bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

3. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up in
the Bookroom today and we have extra yearbooks for $65.00.

4. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

5. Attention Students!
When you are finished with your textbooks, please return them to the OLD Bookroom
on the third floor of the B-building, at the top of the stairs by the elevator by the end of
the day today.
Please try to turn the textbooks in as soon as you are done with them, any textbooks
turned in after today, June 2, 2021 will be fined a late fee of $10.00 per textbook.  So if
you turn in the textbooks sometime in late June, July, August, or next school year, etc.,
you will be fined the late fee of $10.00 per textbook.

Library books should be returned to the LRC.

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising
organization that supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF
provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by
a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community
members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons
to our board for the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior
years will be selected to serve for the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with
college visits, testing and applications, so incoming sophomore students would have
the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year and rejoin us during senior
year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program students to
serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the
following months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and
June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in
discussion with board members on various agenda items and LREF programs and
activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student
council for your class and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student
population in the district.
4. Willingness on occasion attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student
representative in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools
as well as the LREF mission and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in
Lakewood schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful
reference for college and job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive
Director, Terri Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our
office during school hours at E208 Monday-Thursday.

From the Health Center: students who have elevator passes, need to
return the pass to the Health Center by Wednesday, June 2 at 2:30 PM.
Elevator passes not returned to the Health Center will be charged
$25.00.

 

Tuesday June 1, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. Attention Students!
If you are no longer using your textbooks in class, please return them to the OLD
Bookroom on the third floor of the B-building, at the top of the stairs by the elevator by
Wednesday, June 2, 2021.
Please try to turn the textbooks in as soon as you are done with them, any textbooks
turned in after June 2, 2021 will be fined a late fee of $10.00 per textbook. So if you
turn in the textbooks sometime in late June, July, August, or next school year, etc., you
will be fined the late fee of $10.00 per textbook.
Library books should be returned to the LRC.
Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising organization that supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons
to our board for the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior
years will be selected to serve for the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with
college visits, testing and applications, so incoming sophomore students would have
the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year and rejoin us during senior
year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program students to
serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the
following months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and
June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in
discussion with board members on various agenda items and LREF programs and
activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student
council for your class and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student
population in the district.
4. Willingness on occasion attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student
representative in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools
as well as the LREF mission and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in
Lakewood schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful
reference for college and job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive
Director, Terri Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our
office during school hours at E208 Monday-Thursday.

From the Health Center: students who have elevator passes, need to
return the pass to the Health Center by Wednesday, June 2 at 2:30 PM.

Elevator passes not returned to the Health Center will be charged
$25.00.

 

Friday May 28, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Starz Hash Browns – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding
training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at
Lakewood High School stadium starting June
7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development, and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the graves of
veterans in time for Memorial Day this weekend. Sign up outside the H2O office, E102
in the cafeteria.

8. Attention Students!
If you are no longer using your textbooks in class, please return them to the OLD
Bookroom on the third floor of the B-building, at the top of the stairs by the
elevator by Wednesday, June 2, 2021.

Please try to turn the textbooks in as soon as you are done with them, any
textbooks turned in after June 2, 2021 will be fined a late fee of $10.00 per
textbook. So if you turn in the textbooks sometime in late June, July, August, or
next school year, etc., you will be fined the late fee of $10.00 per textbook.
Library books should be returned to the LRC.

9. This week, as an end of the year project, students in Mrs. Gliozzi’s science class,
are running a First Aid Supply Drive to support the Water and Education program
for NANZÉ, Mr. Badat's nonprofit organization in Malawi.
https://www.nanze.org/
We will be collecting the following items in C114:
 Band-Aids,
 First Aid Tape,
 Cotton Balls/Cotton Swabs,
 Bandages,
 Cleaning wipes,
 Antibiotic Ointments

Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising organization that supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons
to our board for the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior
years will be selected to serve for the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with
college visits, testing and applications, so incoming sophomore students would have
the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year and rejoin us during senior
year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program students to
serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the
following months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and
June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in
discussion with board members on various agenda items and LREF programs and
activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student
council for your class and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student
population in the district.
4. Willingness on occasion attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student
representative in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools
as well as the LREF mission and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in
Lakewood schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful
reference for college and job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive
Director, Terri Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our
office during school hours at E208 Monday-Thursday.

This is a message from the Health Center: students who have elevator passes, need to return the pass to the Health Center by Wednesday, June 2 at 2:30 PM. Elevator passes not returned to the Health Center will be charged $25.00.

 

Thursday May 27, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding
training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at
Lakewood High School stadium starting June
7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the graves of
veterans in time for Memorial Day this weekend. Sign up outside the H2O office, E102
in the cafeteria.

8. Attention Students!
If you are no longer using your textbooks in class, please return them to the OLD
Bookroom on the third floor of the B-building, at the top of the stairs by the
elevator by Wednesday, June 2, 2021.

Please try to turn the textbooks in as soon as you are done with them, any
textbooks turned in after June 2, 2021 will be fined a late fee of $10.00 per
textbook. So if you turn in the textbooks sometime in late June, July, August, or
next school year, etc., you will be fined the late fee of $10.00 per textbook.
Library books should be returned to the LRC.

9. This week, as an end of the year project, students in Mrs. Gliozzi’s science class,
are running a First Aid Supply Drive to support the Water and Education program
for NANZÉ, Mr. Badat's nonprofit organization in Malawi.
https://www.nanze.org/
We will be collecting the following items in C114:
 Band-Aids,
 First Aid Tape,
 Cotton Balls/Cotton Swabs,
 Bandages,
 Cleaning wipes,
 Antibiotic Ointments
In addition, tomorrow, we will all be wearing our NANZÉ shirts and masks and would
like everyone to join us!

Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising
organization that supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF
provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by
a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community
members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons
to our board for the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior
years will be selected to serve for the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with
college visits, testing and applications, so incoming sophomore students would have
the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year and rejoin us during senior
year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program students to
serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the
following months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and
June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in
discussion with board members on various agenda items and LREF programs and
activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student
council for your class and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student
population in the district.
4. Willingness on occasion attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student
representative in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools
as well as the LREF mission and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in
Lakewood schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful
reference for college and job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive
Director, Terri Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our
office during school hours at E208 Monday-Thursday.

This is a message from the Health Center: students who have elevator passes need to return the pass to the Health Center by Wednesday, June 2 at 2:30 PM. Elevator passes not returned to the Health Center will be charged $25.00.

 

Wednesday May 26, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:

Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding
training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at
Lakewood High School stadium starting June
7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development, and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the graves of
veterans in time for Memorial Day this weekend. Sign up outside the H2O office, E102
in the cafeteria.

8. Attention Students!
If you are no longer using your textbooks in class, please return them to the OLD
Bookroom on the third floor of the B-building, at the top of the stairs by the
elevator by Wednesday, June 2, 2021.

Please try to turn the textbooks in as soon as you are done with them, any
textbooks turned in after June 2, 2021 will be fined a late fee of $10.00 per
textbook. So if you turn in the textbooks sometime in late June, July, August, or
next school year, etc., you will be fined the late fee of $10.00 per textbook.
Library books should be returned to the LRC.

9. This week, as an end of the year project, students in Mrs. Gliozzi’s science class,
are running a First Aid Supply Drive to support the Water and Education program
for NANZÉ, Mr. Badat's nonprofit organization in Malawi.
https://www.nanze.org/
We will be collecting the following items in C114:
 Band-Aids,
 First Aid Tape,
 Cotton Balls/Cotton Swabs,
 Bandages,
 Cleaning wipes,
 Antibiotic Ointments
In addition, on Friday we will all be wearing our NANZÉ shirts and masks and would
like everyone to join us!

Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising organization that supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons
to our board for the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior
years will be selected to serve for the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with
college visits, testing and applications, so incoming sophomore students would have
the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year and rejoin us during senior
year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program students to
serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the
following months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and
June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in
discussion with board members on various agenda items and LREF programs and
activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student
council for your class and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student
population in the district.
4. Willingness on occasion attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student
representative in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools
as well as the LREF mission and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in
Lakewood schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful
reference for college and job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive
Director, Terri Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our
office during school hours at E208 Monday-Thursday.

 

Tuesday May 25, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chicken on a Biscuit Slider – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding
training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at
Lakewood High School stadium starting June
7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the graves of
veterans in time for Memorial Day. Sign up outside the H2O office, E102 in the
cafeteria.

In February, our community tragically lost Lakewood High Class of 2020
graduates Max Close and Alejandro Mercado. Although we will always grieve the
loss of these young men, the light and energy they brought to all that knew them
will always be remembered. Through the support of the Lakewood Council of
PTAs, West Shore Career-Tech, Shannon Snare and her horticulture classes, the
City of Lakewood’s Forestry Manager Sam Bonvisutto, and Volkswagen of
Streetsboro; a memorial garden has been created at Lakewood High to honor
Max and Alejandro. You are invited to join the LHS and Lakewood community for
the dedication of the garden tonight, May 25 at 6:00 p.m. in front of the Civic
Auditorium at LHS. Help us honor the lives of these two heavenly Rangers.

Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation seeks student liaisons to Board of Trustees
The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation (LREF) is the nonprofit fundraising organization that
supports the student experience within the Lakewood Schools. LREF provides funding for music, athletics, academics, teaching grants, etc. We are served by a volunteer board of trustees made up of parents, LHS alumni and community members.

LREF is currently seeking applications from LHS students to serve as student liaisons to our board for
the 21-22 school year. 2-4 students in their sophomore and senior years will be selected to serve for
the year. We realize junior year can be quite busy with college visits, testing and applications, so
incoming sophomore students would have the option of opting out of ‘active service’ for junior year
and rejoin us during senior year if desired. We'd also like representation from Westshore program
students to serve in at least one student liaison position.
Requirements for service are as follows:
1. Ability to attend an in-person hour-long board meeting on the second Monday of the following
months: August, September, October, November, January, March, May and June starting at 6pm.
2. Willingness to learn about LREF programs, give feedback and engage in discussion with board
members on various agenda items and LREF programs and activities.
3. Willingness to share news from the high school, reporting back to the student council for your class
and offer insights into how LREF can better serve our student population in the district.
3. Willingness on occation attend LREF events and alumni reunion tours as a student representative
in order to discuss your personal experiences in the Lakewood Schools as well as the LREF mission
and programs.

This is an excellent opportunity to participate in LREF’s mission to support students in Lakewood
schools. Meaningful participation on the LREF board can also be a helpful reference for college and
job applications.
Please send an email indicating your interest or with any questions to LREF Executive Director, Terri
Richards, at [email protected] or stop into our office during school hours at
E208 Monday-Thursday.

 

Friday May 21, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

3. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding
training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at
Lakewood High School stadium starting June
7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic gear.

4. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up
in the Bookroom today.

5. Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste
Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.
Class Name Date/Time Capacity Availability Fee

July 12 – July 15 High
School STEM

07/12/2021 to 07/15/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

July 5 – July 8 Middle School
STEM

06/28/2021 to 07/01/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 14 June 17 Middle
School STEM

06/14/2021 to 06/17/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu 8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

June 21 – June 25 High
School STEM

06/21/2021 to 06/24/2021
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu  8:30 AM-1:00
PM

15 15 $0.00

6. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

7. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the graves of
veterans in time for Memorial Day. Sign up outside the H2O office, E102 in the
cafeteria.

 

Thursday May 20, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?

If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to
choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back
in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube, tomorrow, May 21 at 7:00pm, we are
also hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium tonight, May 20 at
7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must have reserved their seats in
advance. There are only 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for tonight’s premiere here :
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-
152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-
content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

5. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

6. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be
holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at Lakewood High School
stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged.
Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin
guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic
gear.

7. If you have not yet picked up your 2020-2021 yearbook, you may pick them up in
the Bookroom today.

8. The following students need to come to Guidance to pick up their College
Swag Bag:
Jade Lynch
Dunya Silmi
Shantajah Davis
Bimol Rai
9. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs being
offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session will
expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and developing
solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development, and will convey the
positive impact of the application of computer science to other disciplines and to
society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as traffic
lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and have the
opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have grown
up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how to apply this
concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring dimensioning,
measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design housing units using 3D
architectural design software.

10. H2O is recruiting volunteers to assist local veterans in placing flags at the
graves of veterans in time for Memorial Day. Sign up outside the H2O office,
E102 in the cafeteria.

11. Attention all students interested in playing boys' basketball next season for
Lakewood High School. There will be a meeting TODAY, May 20 at 3:15pm in the LHS
Gymnasium to discuss summer basketball opportunities. Following the meeting, we will
play open gym basketball…GO RANGERS!!!!

Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste

Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
This is only being offered to students currently enrolled in the Lakewood City Schools.

 

Wednesday May 19, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mini Corn Dogs – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to
choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back
in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube, this Friday, May 21 at 7:00pm, we are
also hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium this Thursday, May 20
at 7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance.
There are only 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

5. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

6. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS
girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season: the
Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be
holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-10:00am at Lakewood High School
stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not mandatory but highly encouraged.
Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you can. Bring cleats, shin
guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-appropriate athletic
gear.

7. The 2020-2021 yearbooks have arrived and if you have ordered one, they will be
distributed during all lunch periods today.

8. The following students need to come to Guidance to pick up their College Swag Bag:
Jade Lynch
Dunya Silmi
Shantajah Davis
Bimol Rai

9. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs being
offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session will
expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and developing
solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development, and will convey the
positive impact of the application of computer science to other disciplines and to
society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as traffic
lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and have the
opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have grown
up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how to apply this
concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring dimensioning,
measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design housing units using 3D
architectural design software.

Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste

Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.

Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
Currently enrolled Lakewood City Schools Students only.

 

Tuesday May 18, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! Through the end of this school year, every student is eligible
for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte
of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube, this Friday, May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also
hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium this Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm.
The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only
450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Today, May 18 th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. The 2020-2021 yearbooks have arrived and if you have ordered one, they will be
distributed during all lunch periods tomorrow.

10. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.

App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

Middle School/High School STEM – Food waste

Middle School/High School STEM Summer Program Focused around food waste.
Location LHS Rooms 226 and 227
Start time 8:30 AM (arrive early and have breakfast at no cost in the LHS cafeteria)
End Time 1:00 (Swing by LHS cafeteria at the end of your session to take home a grab and go lunch)
Grades entering in fall 2021.
Currently enrolled Lakewood City Schools Students only.

 

Monday May 17, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Pizza Taco – .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?

If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are onnly 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Tuesday, May 18 th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 7, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

10. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.
App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development, and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00.  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00.  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

 

Friday May 14, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are onnly 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert this Friday, May 14 th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are
FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for
this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put
together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to their end-of-
year celebration.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Tuesday, May 18 th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 1, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

10. Here’s a wonderful opportunity for you to take advantage of 3 free programs
being offered at Garfield Middle School this summer.
App Creators (rising 9th graders) 06/28/2021 to 07/02/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2018 $0.00. Students will learn how to
code, program robots, and design and build robotic environments. This session
will expose students to computer science by computationally analyzing and
developing solutions to authentic problems through mobile app development,
and will convey the positive impact of the application of computer science to
other disciplines and to society.

Automation & Robotics (rising 7-9th grade) 06/14/2021 to 06/18/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2013 $0.00  Students use the VEX
Robotics® platform to design, build, and program real-world objects such as
traffic lights, toll booths, and robotic arms. They will learn how things work and
have the opportunity to build, take apart, improve, and put back together
mechanisms.

Green Architecture (rising 8th & 9th) 6/21/2021 to 06/25/2021
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 9:00am-12:00pm 2016 $0.00  Today’s students have
grown up in an age of “green” choices. In this session, students will learn how
to apply this concept to the fields of architecture and construction by exploring
dimensioning, measuring, and architectural sustainability as they design
housing units using 3D architectural design software.

 

Thursday May 13, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert this Friday, May 14 th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are
FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for
this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put
together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to their end-of-
year celebration.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Tuesday, May 18 th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 1, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

 

Wednesday May 12, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

Use the following link to watch the show on YouTube starting May 21 st at 7:00pm:

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert this Friday, May 14th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are
FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for
this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put
together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to their end-of-
year celebration.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Tuesday, May 18th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. All 9 th -11 th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 1, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

 

Tuesday May 11, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers' next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert this Friday, May 14 th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are
FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for
this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put
together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to their end-of-
year celebration.

8. Signups for our 2021 Cross Country Season for both boys and girls will be
Tuesday, May 18th right after School at 3:00 in the gym.

9. All 9th -11th  grade students interested in LHS girls’ soccer for the 2021 Fall season:
the Lakewood Girls Soccer Captains will be holding training Monday-Friday, 8:00am-
10:00am at Lakewood High School stadium starting June 1, 2021. Training is not
mandatory but highly encouraged. Even if you can’t attend all of them, attend what you
can. Bring cleats, shin guards, running shoes, water bottle and mask. Wear weather-
appropriate athletic gear.

 

Monday May 10, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November
2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or you
can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

4. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

5. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating
the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class,
follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers' next
musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway
stars (played by LHS students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and
via Zoom, the feature-length film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a
red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event
is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only 450 seats
available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

6. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

7. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert this Friday, May 14th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are
FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for
this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put
together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to their end-of-
year celebration.

 

Friday May 7, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship has been extended to today.
Students who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be given preference but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The Scholarship can be found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local 129
($500). If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance office.

4. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before
November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also
hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at
7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance.
There are only 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

7. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

8. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert is Friday, May 14 th at 7:30 pm. Tickets are FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the Civic for this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They have put together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to
their end-of-year celebration.

 

Thursday May 6, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
OAPSE 129 5/7
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship is extended to tomorrow.
Students who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be given
preference but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The
Scholarship can be found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local 129
($500). If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance office.

4. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before
November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to
choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back
in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also
hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at
7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance.
There are onnly 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

7. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

8. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert is Friday, May 14th at 7:30 pm. Tickets
are FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the
Civic for this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They
have put together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to
their end-of-year celebration.

 

Wednesday May 5, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mini Corn Dogs – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
OAPSE 129 5/7
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship is extended to May 7. Students
who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be given preference
but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The Scholarship can be
found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local 129 ($500). If you have any
questions please stop by the Guidance office.

4. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before
November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to
choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back
in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also
hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at
7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance.
There are onnly 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

7. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

8. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert is Friday, May 14 th at 7:30 pm. Tickets
are FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the
Civic for this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They
have put together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to
their end-of-year celebration.

 

Tuesday May 4, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
OAPSE 129 5/7
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship is extended to May 7. Students
who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be given preference
but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The Scholarship can be
found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local 129 ($500). If you have any
questions please stop by the Guidance office.

4. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before
November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue
celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021
Theatre Arts class, follows Ms. Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to
choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When they are mysteriously sent back
in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS students) who try to
help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length film is
two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also
hosting a red carpet premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at
7:00pm. The event is free, but attendees must reserve their seats in advance.
There are only 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-
spring-musical-barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-
campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-
term=eventcard

7. Have you ever wanted to be on stage with lights and a screaming crowd than
consider auditioning for The Lakewood Project? Click here for audition details.
Auditions must be submitted by June 1, 2021.

8. The Lakewood Project Spring Concert is Friday, May 14th at 7:30 pm. Tickets
are FREE, but you must reserve your seat. We can only seat 450 people in the
Civic for this concert. The students have worked all year for this one event. They
have put together a concert celebrating black artists. Please consider coming to
their end-of-year celebration.

 

Monday May 3, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Cheesy Bread – .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
OAPSE 129 5/7
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Dollar Bank Tuition Contest 5/16
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship is extended to May 7. Students
who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be given preference
but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The Scholarship can be
found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local 129 ($500). If you have any
questions please stop by the Guidance office.

4. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before
November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Mark your calendars for BarneyVision, the drama club’s original revue celebrating the last
50 years of musical theatre. The script, written by the 2021 Theatre Arts class, follows Ms.
Brooks and Mr. Farinelli as they struggle to choose the Barnstormers’ next musical. When
they are mysteriously sent back in time, they encounter 15 Broadway stars (played by LHS
students) who try to help them pick a show. Filmed both live and via Zoom, the feature-length
film is two hours long.
While the movie will stream on YouTube on May 21 at 7:00pm, we are also hosting a red carpet
premiere in the Civic Auditorium on Thursday, May 20 at 7:00pm. The event is free, but
attendees must reserve their seats in advance. There are only 450 seats available.
Use the following link to watch the movie trailer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vO3XfgKIlkV-
72YFEgkAbr_dJZokB4DR/view?usp=sharing
Reserve your seats for the premiere here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barnstormers-spring-musical-
barneyvision-screening-tickets-152533771617?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-
content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard

7. If you are planning to take CCP (College Credit Plus) classes, your
paperwork (Purple and Gold forms) need to be turned in today! Questions,
please contact your counselor or stop by the Guidance Office.

 

Friday April 30, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap &gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods next Thursday, April
29 in the cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose
Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online
is $45.00 and the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time
for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only
need to purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

7. The following Seniors need to stop by the Guidance Office anytime today to pick up
your college swag bag:
Deana Abuzahriyeh
Brianna Anderson
K Kyu Du
Martin Dunn
Ghadeer Nayef
Decena Paw
Isabelle Ploetz
Sistina Simcox
Sarah Slavik
Sajan Sunuwar
Josephine Zingale
Kaleb Weiss-Zirker

 

Thursday April 29, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
OAPSE 129 5/7
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
The Mary Warren Impact Scholarship 5/31
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is this
Saturday, May 1st. An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior
class. Applications can also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance
Office. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap & gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods today, April 29 in the
cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose Lakewood
High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online is $45.00 and
the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only need to
purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

6. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship is extended to May 7.
Students who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be
given preference but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The
Scholarship can be found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local
129 ($500). If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance office.

7. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

8. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Will you be 18 years of age or older on or before November 2, 2021?
If your answer to these questions is yes then you can register to vote in Ohio!
Registration forms are available in room C311 (Mr. Lewis) at the high school or
you can register online at: https://olvr.ohiosos.gov/

 

Wednesday April 28, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mac & Cheese – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is this
Saturday, May 1st. An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior
class. Applications can also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance
Office. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU’RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap & gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods tomorrow, April 29 in the
cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose Lakewood
High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online is $45.00 and
the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only need to
purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

6. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship has been extended to May
7. Students who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be
given preference but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The
Scholarship can be found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local
129 ($500). If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance office.

7. The following Seniors need to stop by the Guidance Office TODAY, to pick up their
college swag bag:
Deana Abuzahriyeh
Brianna Anderson
K Kyu Du
Martin Dunn
Decena Paw
Isabelle Ploetz
Sistina Simcox
Sarah Slavik
Sajan Sunuwar
Josephine Zingale
Kaleb Weiss-Zirker

8. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Tuesday April 27, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is this
Saturday, May 1st. An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior
class. Applications can also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance
Office. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap & gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods this Thursday, April 29 in
the cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose Lakewood
High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online is $45.00 and
the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only need to
purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

6. Seniors: The Deadline for the OAPSE scholarship has been extended to May
7. Students who have a parent/grandparent that is a member of OAPSE will be
given preference but due to a lack of applicants, any LHS student can apply. The
Scholarship can be found in the Naviance Scholarship list under OAPSE Local
129 ($500). If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance office.

7. The following Seniors need to stop by the Guidance Office TODAY, to pick up their
college swag bag:
Deana Abuzahriyeh
Brianna Anderson
K Kyu Du
Martin Dunn
Decena Paw
Isabelle Ploetz
Sistina Simcox
Sarah Slavik
Sajan Sunuwar
Josephine Zingale
Kaleb Weiss-Zirker

8. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. Were looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Monday April 26, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Walking Taco – $2.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU’RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap & gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods this Thursday, April
29 in the cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose
Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online
is $45.00 and the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time
for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only
need to purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

 

Friday April 23, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your phone and
share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts, government class
from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the park. We’re looking for your
photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many as you’d like included in a time
capsule to share our story with future generations.

6. Seniors! If you have already ordered your cap & gown…

Caps & Gowns will be distributed during all 3-lunch periods next Thursday, April 29 in the cafeteria, in front of the “L” Wall.
If you have not already ordered, you may still order at Jostens.com, choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107.  The cost when ordering online is $45.00 and the caps & gowns will be delivered to the LHS Bookroom in time
for commencement.
If you will be using a sibling’s hand-me-down cap & gown, then you will only need to purchase the tassel that has 2021 on it. A tassel is $10.00.

7. The following Seniors need to stop by the Guidance Office anytime today to pick up
your college swag bag:
Deana Abuzahriyeh
Brianna Anderson
K Kyu Du
Martin Dunn
Ghadeer Nayef
Decena Paw
Isabelle Ploetz
Sistina Simcox
Sarah Slavik
Sajan Sunuwar
Josephine Zingale
Kaleb Weiss-Zirker

 

Thursday April 22, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Cleveland State University will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance today, at
12:15 pm.

6. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Wednesday April 21, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Pizza Taco Wedges – .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Cleveland State University will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance tomorrow,
Thursday, April 22 at 12:15 pm.

6. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Tuesday April 20, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Ranch Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Cleveland State University will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance this
Thursday, April 22 at 12:15 pm.

6. Don’t be left out of your story. It’s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Monday April 19, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Cheesy Bread .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. 2021 Local Scholarships
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

5. Cleveland State University will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance this
Thursday, April 22 at 12:15 pm.

6. Don’t be left out of your story. It’;s time to review those pictures on your
phone and share those that tell your story from the past year. Home haircuts,
government class from your bed, demonstrations, takeout with friends at the
park. We’re looking for your photos in 10 separate categories. Submit as many
as you’d like included in a time capsule to share our story with future
generations.

 

Friday April 16, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children
of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or
check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities. 4/16

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. 2021 Local Scholarships
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

6. Congratulations to LHS students Ethan Daniels, Jazyire Sims, Caden Stanuch
& Jonathan Weisbarth for participating in the Stock Market Game this Spring in
their Economics class.
In the first year that LHS has participated in the program, we placed 29th out of
134 regional competitors and 79th out of 421 national teams.
Congratulations to Ethan, Jazyire, Caden and Jonathan!
Go Rangers!

7. The University of Arizona will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance today,
April 16 at 12:15 p.m.

 

Thursday April 15, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st. An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

4. 2021 Local Scholarships
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or the College Now Google Classroom.

5. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st. An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

6. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR, SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU’RE COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

7. Congratulations to LHS students Ethan Daniels, Jazyire Sims, Caden Stanuch & Jonathan Weisbarth for participating in the Stock Market Game this Spring in their Economics class.
In the first year that LHS has participated in the program, we placed 29th out of 134 regional competitors and 79th out of 421 national teams. Congratulations to Ethan, Jazyire, Caden and Jonathan! Go Rangers!

8. The University of Arizona will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance tomorrow, April 16 at 12:15 p.m.

 

Wednesday April 14, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Walking Taco – $2.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children
of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or
check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities. 4/16

3. Chess club will be meeting in Mr. Heslep’s room, A127 on Wednesdays after
school at 3 p.m.

4. 2021 Local Scholarships
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

6. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

7. The final Watters Science Seminar for this year will be Wednesday, April 14 from
7:00-8:00 pm via Zoom. The speaker will be Mrs. Karen Oudeman, a meteorologist
from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Are you interested in hearing
about careers in the sciences? Contact Mrs. Hubbard or your science teacher to find
out more!

8. Would you be interested in running for LHS Student Council? Pick up a
packet in C211 by Wednesday, April 14. See Mrs. Guzowski with any questions!

9. Congratulations to LHS students Ethan Daniels, Jazyire Sims, Caden Stanuch &
Jonathan Weisbarth for participating in the Stock Market Game this Spring in their
Economics class.
In the first year that LHS has participated in the program, we placed 29th out of 134
regional competitors and 79th out of 421 national teams.
Congratulations to Ethan, Jazyire, Caden and Jonathan!
Go Rangers!

 

Tuesday April 13, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children
of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or
check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Chess club will be meeting in Mr. Heslep’s room, A127 on Wednesdays after
school at 3 p.m.

4. 2021 Local Scholarships
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

6. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

7. The final Watters Science Seminar for this year will be Wednesday, April 14 from
7:00-8:00 pm via Zoom. The speaker will be Mrs. Karen Oudeman, a meteorologist
from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Are you interested in hearing
about careers in the sciences? Contact Mrs. Hubbard or your science teacher to find
out more!

8. Would you be interested in running for LHS Student Council? Pick up a
packet in C211 by Wednesday, April 14. See Mrs. Guzowski with any questions!

9. Congratulations to LHS students Ethan Daniels, Jazyire Sims, Caden Stanuch &
Jonathan Weisbarth for participating in the Stock Market Game this Spring in their
Economics class.
In the first year that LHS has participated in the program, we placed 29th out of 134
regional competitors and 79th out of 421 national teams.
Congratulations to Ethan, Jazyire, Caden and Jonathan!
Go Rangers!

 

Monday April 12, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children
of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or
check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Chess club will be meeting in Mr. Heslep's room, A127 on Wednesday's after
school at 3 p.m.

4. 2021 Local Scholarships
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. The Lakewood Athletic Booster Scholarship is now available. Deadline is May 1st.
An email with the link to the application was sent to the senior class. Applications can
also be found with other scholarships outside of the Guidance Office. If you have any
questions please see Mrs. Kapsalis in Guidance.

6. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FULL-TIME JOB AFTER GRADUATION? OR,
SEEKING A PART-TIME JOB FOR THE SUMMER OR, WHILE YOU'RE
COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL?
Visit: https://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/1/Content2/21546
MANY new job opportunities have been added to the job board in the past week.

7. The final Watters Science Seminar for this year will be Wednesday, April 14 from
7:00-8:00 pm via Zoom. The speaker will be Mrs. Karen Oudeman, a meteorologist
from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Are you interested in hearing
about careers in the sciences? Contact Mrs. Hubbard or your science teacher to find
out more!

8. Would you be interested in running for LHS Student Council? Pick up a
packet in C211 by Wednesday, April 14. See Mrs. Guzowski with any questions!

 

Friday April 9, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. The Barnstormers Drama Club’s student written and directed One Act Play Festival
premiers online tonight at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch! The plays will
remain online after the premier if you can't make it tonight!

4. 2021 Local Scholarships

Lakewood Teachers 4/9
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. Students interested in Accounting, have you thought about becoming a CPA and wondered what
that would entail?
OSCPA has been busy transitioning their student programming into virtual events. They have some
excellent (and FREE!) programs coming up you will not want to miss out on:
High School Accounting Career Day
Watch four pre-recorded sessions covering what it takes to become a CPA, how to navigate the
accounting career path, and how an accounting degree can pave the way for a successful future.
Each course is free and under 30 minutes long. These courses are available to watch anytime until
they expire from our online learning library in June.
You can sign up today.
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:b136c525-7a67-4fb2-a510-
950a4c58eb8f#pageNum=1
ACAP – Ohio
This weeklong program introduces racially and ethnically underrepresented high school students to
accounting, finance, leadership, and management.
The virtual program occurs June 14 – 17 between the hours of 10 am – 2 pm each day.
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-
students/acap?utm_medium=email&utm_source=pipeline&utm_campaign=acap
CPA Camp
This innovative career development program is designed for underrepresented students including, but
not limited to, those who identify as having a disability, LGBTQ+, students of color, and the first in
their family to attend college.
This is a daylong virtual event offered on July 13 & 15 (students can choose either date to attend).
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-students/cpa-camp

6. Chess club will be meeting in Mr. Heslep's room, A127 on Wednesday's after
school at 3 p.m.

 

Thursday April 8, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. The Barnstormers Drama Club's student written and directed One Act Play Festival
premiers online this Friday at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch! The plays will
remain online after the premier if you can't make it this Friday!

4. 2021 Local Scholarships

Lakewood Teachers 4/9
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. Students interested in Accounting, have you thought about becoming a CPA and wondered what
that would entail?
OSCPA has been busy transitioning their student programming into virtual events. They have some
excellent (and FREE!) programs coming up you will not want to miss out on:
High School Accounting Career Day
Watch four pre-recorded sessions covering what it takes to become a CPA, how to navigate the
accounting career path, and how an accounting degree can pave the way for a successful future.
Each course is free and under 30 minutes long. These courses are available to watch anytime until
they expire from our online learning library in June.
You can sign up today.
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:b136c525-7a67-4fb2-a510-
950a4c58eb8f#pageNum=1
ACAP – Ohio
This weeklong program introduces racially and ethnically underrepresented high school students to
accounting, finance, leadership, and management.
The virtual program occurs June 14 – 17 between the hours of 10 am – 2 pm each day.
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-
students/acap?utm_medium=email&utm_source=pipeline&utm_campaign=acap
CPA Camp
This innovative career development program is designed for underrepresented students including, but
not limited to, those who identify as having a disability, LGBTQ+, students of color, and the first in
their family to attend college.
This is a daylong virtual event offered on July 13 & 15 (students can choose either date to attend).
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-students/cpa-camp

 

Wednesday April 7, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mini Corn Dogs – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. The Barnstormers Drama Club's student written and directed One Act Play Festival
premiers online this Friday at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch! The plays will
remain online after the premier if you can't make it this Friday!

4. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Herb Guild 4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

5. Students interested in Accounting, have you thought about becoming a CPA and wondered what
that would entail?
OSCPA has been busy transitioning their student programming into virtual events. They have some
excellent (and FREE!) programs coming up you will not want to miss out on:
High School Accounting Career Day
Watch four pre-recorded sessions covering what it takes to become a CPA, how to navigate the
accounting career path, and how an accounting degree can pave the way for a successful future.
Each course is free and under 30 minutes long. These courses are available to watch anytime until
they expire from our online learning library in June.
You can sign up today.
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:b136c525-7a67-4fb2-a510-
950a4c58eb8f#pageNum=1
ACAP – Ohio
This weeklong program introduces racially and ethnically underrepresented high school students to
accounting, finance, leadership, and management.
The virtual program occurs June 14 – 17 between the hours of 10 am – 2 pm each day.
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-
students/acap?utm_medium=email&utm_source=pipeline&utm_campaign=acap
CPA Camp
This innovative career development program is designed for underrepresented students including, but
not limited to, those who identify as having a disability, LGBTQ+, students of color, and the first in
their family to attend college.
This is a daylong virtual event offered on July 13 & 15 (students can choose either date to attend).
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-students/cpa-camp

 

Tuesday March 20, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Ranch Chicken w/Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. 2021 Local Scholarships

The Herb Guild 4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
College Now of Greater Cleveland 4/14
Lakewood Women’s 4/15
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Lakewood Athletics 5/1
Wang Ji Thong Family Scholarship 5/1
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Cleveland Hockey Boosters Club 5/15
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or the
College Now Google Classroom.

4. Students interested in Accounting, have you thought about becoming a CPA and wondered what
that would entail?

OSCPA has been busy transitioning their student programming into virtual events. They have some
excellent (and FREE!) programs coming up you will not want to miss out on:
High School Accounting Career Day
Watch four pre-recorded sessions covering what it takes to become a CPA, how to navigate the
accounting career path, and how an accounting degree can pave the way for a successful future.
Each course is free and under 30 minutes long. These courses are available to watch anytime until
they expire from our online learning library in June.
You can sign up today.
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn:aaid:scds:US:b136c525-7a67-4fb2-a510-
950a4c58eb8f#pageNum=1
ACAP – Ohio
This weeklong program introduces racially and ethnically underrepresented high school students to
accounting, finance, leadership, and management.
The virtual program occurs June 14 – 17 between the hours of 10 am – 2 pm each day.
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-
students/acap?utm_medium=email&utm_source=pipeline&utm_campaign=acap
CPA Camp
This innovative career development program is designed for underrepresented students including, but
not limited to, those who identify as having a disability, LGBTQ+, students of color, and the first in
their family to attend college.
This is a daylong virtual event offered on July 13 & 15 (students can choose either date to attend).
Learn more and access the link for students to apply to the program on our website.
https://ohiocpa.com/quick-links/the-ohio-cpa-foundation/recruiting-students/cpa-camp

 

Friday March 19, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS
senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if
you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for
four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs
to be turned in to Guidance by today March 19 th . If you have any questions please stop
by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian 3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild 4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is today March 19th .

8. Here’s another GREAT Scholarship opportunity:
This year Lakewood Council of PTAs will be offering up to four $1,000
scholarships. The committee is looking for students with academic and/or
career-tech promise, leadership qualities, and involvement in school and
community activities. We encourage applicants who plan to pursue non-
traditional paths after high school.
IMPORTANT:
You or a family member must be a member of PTA.
You must be a Lakewood resident.
Return a printed hard copy of your completed application to the LHS Guidance
Center by 3:00 pm on Thursday, April 1, 2021. (Please, no handwritten
applications.)
A link to this scholarship application can be found on the PTA Council Web Page
http://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/content_page.aspx?cid=786

 

9. SENIORS: Rotary offers scholarships to Class of 2021
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
FROM LAKEWOOD-ROCKY RIVER ROTARY FOUNDATION
The Rotary Club of Lakewood-Rocky River, through its charitable foundation, invites
qualified students to apply for a scholarship for post-secondary education. This year
we will have FIVE scholarships of $3,000 issued for one year (non-repeating).
In order to be considered, applicants must:

Be a member of the 2021 graduating class of any accredited high school, and a
resident of the Lakewood or Rocky River City School Districts;
Hold academic rank in the top one-third of his/her/their high school class;
Have applied to a specific college, university, community or junior college, trade or
professional school;
Have no direct relationship to a Rotarian or Honorary Rotarian (child or grandchild by
blood or by legal adoption).

Completed applications will be judged based on:
Evidence of need for financial assistance, demonstrated by providing the results of the
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Demonstrated qualities of
leadership, honesty, loyalty, diligence, and community service, Scholastic achievement
in high school, and participation in extracurricular activities. Scholarship applications
are available online at www.lakewoodrockyriverrotary.org.
This year we will receive applications and transcripts digitally; no paper copies
accepted. The procedure for completing and submitting the simple application is
described on the General Information page available on the website. Applications must
be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on Monday, April 5, 2021.

 

Thursday March 18, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS
senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if
you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for
four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs
to be turned in to Guidance by tomorrow March 19th . If you have any questions please
stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian 3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild 4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is tomorrow March
19th .

8. Here’s another GREAT Scholarship opportunity:
This year Lakewood Council of PTAs will be offering up to four $1,000
scholarships. The committee is looking for students with academic and/or
career-tech promise, leadership qualities, and involvement in school and
community activities. We encourage applicants who plan to pursue non-
traditional paths after high school.
IMPORTANT:
You or a family member must be a member of PTA.
You must be a Lakewood resident.
Return a printed hard copy of your completed application to the LHS Guidance
Center by 3:00 pm on Thursday, April 1, 2021. (Please, no handwritten
applications.)
A link to this scholarship application can be found on the PTA Council Web Page
http://www.lakewoodcityschools.org/content_page.aspx?cid=786

9. The LHS School-Counseling Department would like to invite you to our annual
College Admissions Panel Night today, March 18 at 6 PM. This year’s panel will be
taking place virtually over zoom.
This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand from a variety of College representatives!
The following Colleges will be in attendance: The University of Akron, Cleveland State
University, University of Mount Union, Tri-C, The Ohio State University, West Virginia
University, and Miami of Ohio.
To attend the event, please click on the following zoom
link: https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/96960081403
We hope to see you there!

10. SENIORS: Rotary offers scholarships to Class of 2021
COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
FROM LAKEWOOD-ROCKY RIVER ROTARY FOUNDATION
The Rotary Club of Lakewood-Rocky River, through its charitable foundation,
invites qualified students to apply for a scholarship for post-secondary
education. This year we will have FIVE scholarships of $3,000 issued for one
year (non-repeating).
In order to be considered, applicants must:
Be a member of the 2021 graduating class of any accredited high school, and a
resident of the Lakewood or Rocky River City School Districts;
Hold academic rank in the top one-third of his/her/their high school class;
Have applied to a specific college, university, community or junior college, trade
or professional school;
Have no direct relationship to a Rotarian or Honorary Rotarian (child or
grandchild by blood or by legal adoption).
Completed applications will be judged based on:
Evidence of need for financial assistance, demonstrated by providing the results
of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Demonstrated qualities
of leadership, honesty, loyalty, diligence, and community service. Scholastic
achievement in high school, participation in extracurricular activities.
Scholarship applications are available online at
www.lakewoodrockyriverrotary.org.
This year we will receive applications and transcripts digitally; no paper copies
accepted. The procedure for completing and submitting the simple application is
described on the General Information page available on the website.
Applications must be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on Monday, April 5, 2021.

 

Monday March 8, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Cheesy Bread – .50¢ each
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS
senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if
you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for
four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs
to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19 th . If you have any questions please
stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is March 19 th .

8. There will be 2 colleges conducting virtual visits through Naviance this week:
Today – Seton Hall University
Thursday – D’Youville College

9. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video,
during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is
______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with
the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement
Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will
be due on Monday, March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow
them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who
will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

10. Attention Gamers! Gamers Club will meet once again on March 18 from 3:30-
4:00 via Zoom! Look for details in the Google Classroom using this code:
wauow6j

11. Is that a frog you hear croaking in the distance? NO! It’s Mr. Streets announcing
that Herpetology Club will meet on March 16 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Check out the
LHSHC Google Classroom for more details using the code: wufdido

 

Friday March 6, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries! – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay. Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work? STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19th . If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is March 19th .

8. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on Monday, March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view
the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

9. Would you be interested in auditioning for the school musical? BarneyVision will be an original show celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. Join the Google Classroom with the code lgudm6y to get more info!

10. Attention Gamers! Gamers Club will meet once again on March 18 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Look for details in the Google Classroom using this code: wauow6j

11. Is that a frog you hear croaking in the distance? NO! It’s Mr. Streets announcing that Herpetology Club will meet on March 16 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Check out the LHSHC Google Classroom for more details using the code: wufdido

 

Thursday March 5, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS
senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if
you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for
four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs
to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19th . If you have any questions please
stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is March 19th .

8. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

9. Would you be interested in auditioning for the school musical? BarneyVision will be
an original show celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. Join the Google
Classroom with the code lgudm6y to get more info!

10. Attention Gamers! Gamers Club will meet once again on March 18 from 3:30-
4:00 via Zoom! Look for details in the Google Classroom using this code:
wauow6j

11. Is that a frog you hear croaking in the distance? NO! It’s Mr. Streets announcing
that Herpetology Club will meet on March 16 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Check out the
LHSHC Google Classroom for more details using the code: wufdido

 

Wednesday March 4, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Walking Taco – $2.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student
is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à
la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there
are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood
Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood
City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your
Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?
The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS
senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if
you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for
four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs
to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19 th . If you have any questions please
stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is March 19 th .

8. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

9. Would you be interested in auditioning for the school musical? BarneyVision will be
an original show celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. Join the Google
Classroom with the code lgudm6y to get more info!

10. Attention Gamers! Gamers Club will meet once again on March 18 from 3:30-
4:00 via Zoom! Look for details in the Google Classroom using this code:
wauow6j

11. Is that a frog you hear croaking in the distance? NO! It’s Mr. Streets announcing
that Herpetology Club will meet on March 16 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Check out the
LHSHC Google Classroom for more details using the code: wufdido

 

Tuesday March 3, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chicken Ranch & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?  The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19th . If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Senior boys who intend on entering a 4-year college/university to obtain a Bachelor
of Arts or Science degree need to apply for the CHARLES D. WINNING
SCHOLARSHIP. It is a $1000 award. Applications can be found on Naviance or at the
Guidance office. The deadline to turn in the completed application is March 19th .

8. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

9. Would you be interested in auditioning for the school musical? BarneyVision will be
an original show celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. Join the Google
Classroom with the code lgudm6y to get more info!

10. Attention Gamers! Gamers Club will meet once again on March 18 from 3:30-
4:00 via Zoom! Look for details in the Google Classroom using this code:
wauow6j

11. Is that a frog you hear croaking in the distance? NO! It’s Mr. Streets announcing
that Herpetology Club will meet on March 16 from 3:30-4:00 via Zoom! Check out the
LHSHC Google Classroom for more details using the code: wufdido

 

Monday March 1, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Taco Pizza Wedges – .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00
1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

3. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade school?  The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay. Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work? STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, you received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It needs to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19th . If you have any questions please stop by the Guidance Office.

6. 2021 Local Scholarships
Esperanza, Inc. 3/15
Kiwanis of Lkwd-Charles Winning 3/19
Mary Louise Beech 3/19
Hudec Dental 3/27
College Now Greater Cleveland 3/31
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31
Ohio Gas Association 3/31
Lakewood Kiwanis 4/1
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice 4/1
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary 4/5
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
Lakewood Teachers 4/9
OAPSE 129 4/16
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Easton Family Foundation 4/30
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation 5/7
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or
the College Now Google Classroom.

7. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video,
during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is
______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with
the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement
Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will
be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down
to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote
to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

8. Would you be interested in auditioning for the school musical? BarneyVision will be an original show celebrating the last 50 years of musical theatre. Join the Google Classroom with the code lgudm6y to get more info!

 

Thursday February 25, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken & Cheese Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is TODAY by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and
OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade
school?   The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

5. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four
years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance
account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

6. Reminder to Seniors. If you are in the top 20% of your graduating class, You
received an email inviting you to apply for the Mary Louise Beech Scholarship. It
needs to be turned in to Guidance by Friday March 19th. If you have any
questions please stop by the Guidance Office.

7. 2021 Local Scholarships
Easton Family Foundation                   4/30
Esperanza, Inc.                                      3/15
Hudec Dental                                         3/27
Jane Edna Hunter                                 4/28
Kiwanis of Lkwd- Charles Winning     3/19
Lakewood Kiwanis                                4/1
Lakewood Teachers                              4/9
Lakewood Rocky River Rotary            4/5
Lebanese Syrian                                   3/31

Mary Louise Beech                               3/19
Ohio Gas Association                          3/31
Ratner, Miller Shafran Foundation      5/7
The Herb Guild                                      4/7
The Resettled Refugee Visible Voice  4/1
Information on these and many more scholarships can be found on Naviance
Scholarship list, outside of the Guidance Dept., in Senior Google Classroom or the
College Now Google Classroom.

8. For students who plan on attending Tri-C Westshore in the Fall, there will be a Virtual Freshman Day. If you are interested in participating, you will need to:
-Complete the Tri-C application
– Let the LHS Counseling Dept. know of your interest by contacting Mrs.
Sandoval or Mrs. Kapsalis.
You will need to do this by Friday Feb. 26.
The Virtual Freshman Day will be in April, the date and time will be announced.

9. Attention Seniors.
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video,
during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is
______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with
the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement
Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will
be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down
to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote
to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

 

Wednesday February 24, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mac & Cheese – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is tomorrow, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. Would you be interested in making an EASY $500 for college or trade
school?   The Lakewood Leadership Team is awarding a $500 scholarship to a 2021 LHS senior.  The application process should take you less than 10 minutes to complete if you already have secured a recommendation letter and written an application essay.
Where else can you get $500 for 10 minutes of work?
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING NOW AND click here TO APPLY.

Scholarships!!!!

5. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

6. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

7. Barnstormers Drama Club will meet virtually today, February 24th at 4:00 p.m. All
are invited! We will share information on auditions for this year’s spring musical! Use
the code 7mxcesp and join the Google Classroom for the Zoom link =)

8. The next Watters Science Seminar is today, February 24th at 7:00 pm. It will be
held via Zoom. We will hear from Dr. Stephen Bergin, PhD and MD of
neurosurgery. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you plan on attending.

 

Tuesday February 23, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is this Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are
scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and
OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools
Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for
scholarship opportunities.

5. Attention Seniors

If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

6. Join Race and Diversity for part 2 of “Unwhitewashed: A series exploring inequities
in communities of color.” We will meet via zoom today, Feb. 23 at 3:30 pm to discuss Women and Healthcare. Hope to see you there!
Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3jVSlS1

7. ANY GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL: TRYOUTS ARE TODAY. FOLLOW US @LKWDSOFTBALL ON TWITTER FOR UPDATED INFORMATION. PLEASE CONTACT COACH SHAFFER HERE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OR COACH YOUSKO AT FRANKLIN WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

8. Barnstormers Drama Club will meet virtually tomorrow, February 24 th at 4:00 p.m.
All are invited! We will share information on auditions for this year’s spring musical!
Use the code 7mxcesp and join the Google Classroom for the Zoom link =)

10. The next Watters Science Seminar is tomorrow, February 24 at 7:00 pm. It
will be held via Zoom. We will hear from Dr. Stephen Bergin, PhD and MD of
neurosurgery. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you plan on attending.

 

Monday February 22, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Popcorn Chicken – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is this Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

5. Attention Seniors

If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021
Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute
video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with
“Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page.
Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your
video submissions will be due on March 8 th ! A faculty panel will view the
submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be
presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will
present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr.
Lamphear in C215.

6. Join Race and Diversity for part 2 of “Unwhitewashed: A series exploring inequities
in communities of color.” We will meet via zoom tomorrow, Feb. 23 at 3:30 pm to discuss Women and Healthcare. Hope to see you there!
Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3jVSlS1

7. ANY GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL: TRYOUTS ARE TODAY & TOMORROW. FOLLOW US @LKWDSOFTBALL ON TWITTER FOR UPDATED INFORMATION. PLEASE CONTACT COACH SHAFFER HERE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OR COACH YOUSKO AT FRANKLIN WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

8. Barnstormers Drama Club will meet virtually this Wednesday, February 24 th at 4:00
p.m. All are invited! We will share information on auditions for this year’s spring
musical! Use the code 7mxcesp and join the Google Classroom for the Zoom link =)

 

Friday February 19, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Friday Fries – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

5. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th ! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

6. Join Race and Diversity for part 2 of “Unwhitewashed: A series exploring inequities
in communities of color.” We will meet via zoom on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 3:30 pm to discuss Women and Healthcare. Hope to see you there!
Zoom link: https://bit.ly/3jVSlS1

7. ANY GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL: TRYOUTS ARE FEBRUARY 22 AND 23. FOLLOW US @LKWDSOFTBALL ON TWITTER FOR UPDATED INFORMATION.
PLEASE CONTACT COACH SHAFFER HERE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OR COACH YOUSKO AT FRANKLIN WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

11. In celebration of Black History Month, LHS honors Matthew Henson. Henson was the longtime assistant to Robert E. Peary on his expeditions to the North Pole. Henson is believed to be the first human to actually reach the pole, some 45 minutes ahead of
Peary, on April 6, 1909. In 1947, Matt Henson published his story, A Negro at the North Pole (with a foreword by Booker T. Washington). Toward the end of his life, he received many awards and tributes. On April 6, 1988, his body was moved from Woodlawn Cemetery in New York and re-interred next to Peary’s tomb at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

 

Thursday February 18, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS!
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. Attention Seniors

If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th ! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

5. Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

6. For students who plan to attend Tri-C Westshore in the fall, there will be a Virtual Freshman Day. If you are interested in participating, you will need to:
-Complete the Tri-C application
– Let the LHS Counseling Dept. know of your interest by contacting Mrs. Sandoval or Mrs. Kapsalis.
You will need to do this by Friday, Feb. 26.
The Virtual Freshman Day will be in April, the date and time to be announcement.

7. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due today, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD! Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due today, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

8. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting today, February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

9. ANY GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOFTBALL: TRYOUTS ARE FEBRUARY 22 AND 23. FOLLOW US @LKWDSOFTBALL ON TWITTER FOR UPDATED INFORMATION.
PLEASE CONTACT COACH SHAFFER HERE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL OR COACH YOUSKO AT FRANKLIN WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

10. In celebration of Black History Month, LHS honors Matthew Henson. Henson was the longtime assistant to Robert E. Peary on his expeditions to the North Pole. Henson is believed to be the first human to actually reach the pole, some 45 minutes ahead of Peary, on April 6, 1909. In 1947, Matt Henson published his story, A Negro at the North Pole (with a foreword by Booker T. Washington). Toward the end of his life, he received many awards and tributes. On April 6, 1988, his body was moved from Woodlawn Cemetery in New York and re-interred next to Peary’s tomb at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

 

Wednesday February 17, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mini Corn Dogs – $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending.
Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

5. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.”
You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

6. Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

7. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students). Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at: [email protected]

10. University of Northwestern Ohio will have a virtual visit through Naviance today at 12:15 pm

11. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.
Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

Thursday February 11. 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken w/Cheese Wrap $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

5. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

6. Today, for Black History Month, we celebrate Elijah McCoy. Elijah McCoy (1843 or 1844-1929) was a mechanical engineer and inventor. McCoy’s high-quality industrial inventions (especially his steam engine lubricator) were the basis for the expression “the real McCoy” meaning the real, authentic, or high-quality thing.

7. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose
your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s
People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th
grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old,
your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your
essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own
registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band
(4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students).
Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total
winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event
with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities.
Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA
researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on
a NASA Glenn web page.
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at: [email protected]

10. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.

https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

11. Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

 

Wednesday February 10, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Walking Taco – $2.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

5. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

6. Today, for Black History Month, we celebrate Elijah McCoy. Elijah McCoy (1843 or 1844-1929) was a mechanical engineer and inventor. McCoy’s high-quality industrial inventions (especially his steam engine lubricator) were the basis for the expression “the real McCoy,” meaning the real, authentic, or high-quality thing.

7. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers!
We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students).
Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at: [email protected]

10. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

 

Tuesday February 9, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

4. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending.
Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

5. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled
“Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

6. Today, for Black History Month, we celebrate. Chisholm, Shirley Chisholm Shirley Chisholm (Nov. 30, 1924 – Jan. 1, 2005) was the first African-American woman elected to the US Congress. Shirley Anita St. Hill was born in Brooklyn, New York. After being a teacher and serving as a New York state assemblywoman, Chisolm was elected as a Democrat to the House of Representatives. She served in Congress for seven terms, from January 3, 1969, until January 3, 1983. In 1972, Chisholm was the first African-American woman to run for a major-party presidential nomination. During her long political career, she fought for the rights of women and minorities.

7. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students). Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at: [email protected]

10. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations. Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

11. Today, for Black History Month, we celebrate. Chisholm, Shirley Chisholm Shirley Chisholm (Nov. 30, 1924 – Jan. 1, 2005) was the first African-American woman elected to the US Congress. Shirley Anita St. Hill was born in Brooklyn, New York. After being a teacher and serving as a New York state assemblywoman, Chisolm was elected as a Democrat to the House of Representatives. She served in Congress for seven terms, from January 3, 1969, until January 3, 1983. In 1972, Chisholm was the first African-American woman to run for a major-party presidential nomination. During her long political career, she fought for the rights of women and minorities.

12. Looking forward to running outdoor Track this season. Girls Track Sign-Ups will be today 2/9 right after school in the gym. Swing by to sign up and pick up information. Outdoor track starts Mon. 2/22. Contact Coach Stephanie Toole @ [email protected] with any questions.

 

Monday February 8, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Cheesy Bread – .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. ATTENTION, Students that are applying to Cleveland State University: Instant Decision Day is tomorrow. You must apply directly to CSU; you can access the application by clicking on the link below. Then stop by counseling to sign up for a time slot to meet with CSU admissions. If you are a remote learner. Please email me and we will be able to sign you up for a time slot. If you have any questions feel free to stop by Guidance or email me at [email protected]
https://www.engagecsu.com/apply?_ga=2.56243309.735188391.1612357806-
1522078411.1605544138

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

4. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

5. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

6. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

7. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students). Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
Questions
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at: [email protected]

10. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18. https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

11. Today, for Black History Month, we celebrate. Chisholm, Shirley Chisholm Shirley Chisholm (Nov. 30, 1924 – Jan. 1, 2005) was the first African-American woman elected to the US Congress. Shirley Anita St. Hill was born in Brooklyn, New York. After being a teacher and serving as a New York state assemblywoman, Chisolm was elected as a Democrat to the House of Representatives. She served in Congress for seven terms, from January 3, 1969, until January 3, 1983. In 1972, Chisholm was the first African-American woman to run for a major-party presidential nomination. During her long political career, she fought for the rights of women and minorities.

12. Looking forward to running outdoor Track this season? Girls Track Sign-Ups will be today 2/8 and tomorrow 2/9 right after school in the gym. Swing by to sign up and pick up information. Outdoor track start Mon. 2/22. Contact Coach Stephanie Toole @ [email protected] with any questions.

 

Friday February 5th, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Fffffriday Fries – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. ATTENTION, Students that are applying to Cleveland State University: Instant Decision Day is February 9. You must apply directly to CSU; you can access the application by clicking on the link below. Then stop by counseling to sign up for a time slot to meet with CSU admissions. If you are a remote learner. Please email me and we will be able to sign you up for a time slot. If you have any questions feel free to stop by Guidance or email me at [email protected] https://www.engagecsu.com/apply?_ga=2.56243309.735188391.1612357806-1522078411.1605544138

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

Scholarships!!!!

4. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

5. In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Daniel Hale Williams. An African-American general surgeon, in 1893 Williams became a pioneer in open-heart surgery. Hospitals were rarely integrated, yet because of his talent he became chief of surgery when he performed one of the first successful pericardium surgeries. Later in life, he became an advocate for African-American presence in Medicine.

SPIRIT WEEK!

Today, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores –
Yellow, Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

6. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18th at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

7. This year’s Cinema team would love to include a page of you and your favorite pets, If you would like to have a photo of you and your dog, cat, rabbit, snake, fish, guinea pig etc. Please email a photo to Miss. Basinski at  [email protected]
The deadline is fast approaching so make sure you get your photos in promptly.

8. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom
page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

9. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students). Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
Questions
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at:
[email protected]

10. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations. Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

11. Looking forward to running outdoor Track this season. Girls Track Sign-Ups will be Mon. 2/8 and Tues. 2/9 right after school in the gym. Swing by to sign up and pick up information. Outdoor track start Mon. 2/22. Contact Coach Stephanie Toole @ [email protected] with any questions.

 

Thursday February 4th, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
BBQ Chicken & Cheese Wrap $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. ATTENTION, Students that are applying to Cleveland State University: Instant Decision Day is February 9. You must apply directly to CSU; you can access the application by clicking on the link below. Then stop by counseling to sign up for a time slot to meet with CSU admissions. If you are a remote learner. Please email me and we will be able to sign you up for a time slot. If you have any questions feel free to stop by Guidance or email
me at [email protected] https://www.engagecsu.com/apply?_ga=2.56243309.735188391.1612357806-1522078411.1605544138

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

4. In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Daniel Hale Williams. An African-American general surgeon, in 1893 Williams became a pioneer in open-heart surgery. Hospitals were rarely integrated, yet because of his talent he became chief of surgery when he performed one of the first successful pericardium surgeries. Later in life, he became an advocate for African-American presence in Medicine.

SPIRIT WEEK!

Today, Feb 4 – America Day
Fri, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores – Yellow,
Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

5. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18 at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

6. This year’s Cinema team would love to include a page of you and your favorite pets, If you would like to have a photo of you and your dog, cat, rabbit, snake, fish, guinea pig etc. Please email a photo to Miss. Basinski at  [email protected]
The deadline is fast approaching so make sure you get your photos in promptly.

7. Attention Seniors
If you are interested in representing your class and speaking at the 2021 Commencement Ceremony, please record yourself performing a 4-6 minute video, during which you deliver your speech. Be sure to start your video with “Hi, my name is ______ and my speech is titled “Title of Speech.” You will need to join the “Commencement Speaker” google classroom page. Join with the code “mkcwflo.” Once there, you will find an assignment titled “Commencement Speaker Tryout Video.” You can upload your video there. Your video submissions will be due on March 8th! A faculty panel will view the submissions and narrow them down to a few finalists. Those finalists will be presented to the senior class who will then vote to nominate which speaker will present at commencement.
If you need help with recording your tryout, or have any other questions, see Mr. Lamphear in C215.

8. NASA Glenn is celebrating 80 years of pushing boundaries and breaking barriers! We invite students in grades 4 – 12 to join the celebration by sharing how NASA Glenn’s missions and people inspire their future careers or may change the way we live and work in the future. Please visit http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4 for more information about the essay contest.
How to Participate
Step 1: Carefully read the rules and information located at http://go.nasa.gov/396afh4.
Step 2: Choose one of the three essay topics, research the topic, and compose your essay. The essay topics are: 1) NASA Glenn’s Missions, 2) NASA Glenn’s People, and 3) NASA Glenn’s Future. The maximum length of essays are: 4th – 5th grade 100 words, 6th – 8th grade 200 words, and 9th – 12th grade 300 words.
Step 3: Click here to submit your essay to NASA. If you are under 18 years old, your parent or adult caregiver must complete the registration form and submit your essay to NASA. Students who are 18 years old or older may complete their own registration form and submit their essay.
Judging
We will judge essays only in comparison to other essays from the same grade band (4th – 5th grade students, 6th – 8th grade students, and 9th – 12th grade students). Judges will select up to twenty-five winners from each grade band (seventy-five total winners).
Contest Prize
Winners will receive an invitation to participate in a live, virtual recognition event with NASA scientists and engineers including virtual tours of NASA Glenn facilities. Students will have an opportunity to have their questions answered by the NASA researchers. Two winners from each grade band will have their essays published on a NASA Glenn web page.
Questions
If you need help or have questions about the essay contest, please contact us at:
[email protected]

9. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

 

Wednesday February 3rd, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Pizza Taco Wedges .50¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. Today, in honor of Black History month, we celebrate Ray Charles, the critically acclaimed African-American musician who pioneered the soul and R&B genre of music. Charles is credited with helping to end segregation in music venues across the south by refusing to play unless the venue was desegregated. “I did it to myself. It wasn’t society… it wasn’t a pusher, it wasn’t being blind or being black or being poor. It was all my doing” -Ray Charles

SPIRIT WEEK!

Today, Feb 3 – Western Day
Thurs, Feb 4 – America Day
Fri, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores – Yellow, Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

4. There will be a Boys Outdoor Track sign up meeting on Thursday February 18 at 3:15 in the gym. All students interested should plan on attending. Please Join the Track Google Classroom: class code is p5e6f2b

5. This year’s Cinema team would love to include a page of you and your favorite pets, If you would like to have a photo of you and your dog, cat, rabbit, snake, fish, guinea pig etc. Please email a photo to Miss. Basinski at [email protected]
The deadline is fast approaching so make sure you get your photos in promptly.

6. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD! Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

 

Tuesday February 2nd, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chicken Ranch & Cheese Wrap $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. Today, in honor of Black History month, we celebrate Ray Charles, the critically acclaimed African-American musician who pioneered the soul and R&B genre of music. Charles is credited with helping to end segregation in music venues across the south by refusing to play unless the venue was desegregated. “I did it to myself. It wasn’t society… it wasn’t a pusher, it wasn’t being blind or being black or being poor. It was all my doing” -Ray Charles

SPIRIT WEEK!

Today, Feb 2 – Beach Day
Wed, Feb 3 – Western Day
Thurs, Feb 4 – America Day
Fri, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores –
Yellow, Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

4. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

 

Monday February 1st, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Cheesy Pretzel – .75¢
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. Today, Lakewood High School celebrates the 1st day of Black History Month. Black History Month was established by Carter Woodson, whose intention was to change the conversation of African American history from one simply of suffering and victimization to one of heroism and achievement. Join clubs like Race and Diversity as we celebrate Black History Month throughout February!

SPIRIT WEEK!

Today, Feb 1 – Jersey Day
Tues, Feb 2 – Beach Day
Wed, Feb 3 – Western Day
Thurs, Feb 4 – America Day
Fri, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores –
Yellow, Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

4. PTA invites you to think of whom you are grateful for at Lakewood High. Let LHS PTA help you recognize a teacher, aide, custodian, secretary, counselor, administrator, security guard, nutrition employee, coach, or volunteer who has inspired, encouraged, supported, or motivated you to be a better you! The PTA recognizes two people each year, but they need your nominations.  Staff, you are also encouraged to nominate a co-worker for Helping Hands and/or Educator of the Year.
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86
……………………………………………………………………………………..
Students, has a certain teacher inspired you, encouraged you, supported you, or motivated you to turn that “C” into a “B”? Is there a teacher who you think is outstanding? Then how about nominating that teacher for the PTA’s EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
Also, do you appreciate any LHS staff member (who is NOT a teacher) who is extra helpful, kind and supportive? Or someone who you think deserves to be recognized for a job well done? Then nominate that person for the PTA’s HELPING HANDS AWARD!
Staff, you can also nominate someone goes above and beyond, and maybe inspires you!
Google Form is found here. Nominations are due Thursday, February 18.
https://forms.gle/S3n4qdtvgQcqEuB86

 

Friday January 29th, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Fffffriday Fries – $1.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

Sophomores,
For the rest of this week we will be conducting Zooms in the evening so that you can learn more about West Shore Career-Tech. You must register for each Open House Zoom you want to attend. Please join us–don’t let this opportunity pass you by! LEARN MORE!
Questions? See Mr. DiMascio, West Shore Principal/Coordinator.
Here are the links to register:

Friday
Project Lead the Way/Engineering 2/4/21 @ 6 PM

Next week is spirit week!

Mon, Feb 1 – Jersey Day
Tues, Feb 2 – Beach Day
Wed, Feb 3 – Western Day
Thurs, Feb 4 – America Day
Fri, Feb 5 – Class Colors (Seniors – Purple, Juniors – White, Sophomores –
Yellow, Freshman – Red, Staff – Black)

Thursday January 28th, 2021

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken Wrap $3.50
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

1. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

Here are the links to register:
Thursday
Networking with Cybersecurity 1/28/21 @ 6 PM
Sports & Exercise Science 1/28/21 @ 6:30 PM
Theatre Arts 1/28/21 @ 7 PM
Friday
Project Lead the Way/Engineering 2/4/21 @ 6 PM

 

Wednesday January 27th, 2021

1. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Today, Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mac & Cheese $2.00
Papa John’s Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

2. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

4. Virtual College visit this week are: Iowa Wesleyan University will conduct a virtual visit on Naviance tomorrow at 12:15pm.

5. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

Here are the links to register:
Wednesday
Health Careers 1/27/21 @ 6 PM
Media Art & Design 1/27/21 @ 6:30 PM
Medical Office Management 1/27/21 @ 7 PM
Thursday
Networking with Cybersecurity 1/28/21 @ 6 PM
Sports & Exercise Science 1/28/21 @ 6:30 PM
Theatre Arts 1/28/21 @ 7 PM
Friday
Project Lead the Way/Engineering 2/4/21 @ 6 PM

 

Tuesday January 26th, 2021

1. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Today, Tuesday 1/26 & Tomorrow, Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap $3.50
Papa Johns Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

2. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

4. Virtual College visit this week are:
Iowa Wesleyan University will conduct a virtual visit on Naviance Thursday at 12:15pm.

5. Current Sophomores, CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses.
Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

Sophomores,
All week we will be conducting Zooms in the evening so that you can learn more about West Shore Career-Tech. You must register for each Open House Zoom you want to attend.
Please join us–don’t let this opportunity pass you by! LEARN MORE!
Questions? See Mr. DiMascio, West Shore Principal/Coordinator.

Here are the links to register:
Monday
Auto Technology 1/25/21 @ 6 PM
Business Management 1/25/21 @ 6:30 PM
Construction Trades 1/25/21 @ 7 PM
Tuesday
Culinary Arts 1/26/21 @ 6 PM
Early Childhood Education 1/26/21 @ 6:30 PM
Electronic Engineering 1/26/21 @ 7 PM
Wednesday
Health Careers 1/27/21 @ 6 PM
Media Art & Design 1/27/21 @ 6:30 PM
Medical Office Management 1/27/21 @ 7 PM
Thursday
Networking with Cybersecurity 1/28/21 @ 6 PM
Sports & Exercise Science 1/28/21 @ 6:30 PM
Theatre Arts 1/28/21 @ 7 PM
Friday
Project Lead the Way/Engineering 2/4/21 @ 6 PM

 

Monday January 25th, 2021

1. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Tomorrow, Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Fffffriday Fries – $1.00
Papa Johns Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

2. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

3. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

4. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

 

Friday January 22, 2021

1. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

2. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

3. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Fffffriday Fries – $1.00
Papa Johns Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza – $3.00

4. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

5. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

6. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

7. Share the gifts of connection, warmth, confidence and good health with young women aging out of the Foster Care system in Cuyahoga County. Donate new items such as journals and pens, hats, scarves and gloves, bath and body products, cleaning and laundry products, and kitchen items excluding dishes. Donations can be dropped at the H2O office during school hours (E102 in the cafeteria), staff can email Mrs. Chodzin to have an H2O, or Rad leader pick up your donation in your classroom. There will also be a public drop off event at LHS tomorrow from 10AM – Noon. Sponsored by the H2O and Race & Diversity student organizations.

Thursday January 21, 2021

1. Art Club & National Art Honor Society will be meeting on Zoom today from 3:30-4:30. Tell your friends and we hope to see you then!

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

4. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

Today’s à la carte in the cafeteria is:
BBQ Chicken Wrap $3.50
5. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

6. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

7. Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school? Are your trying to
find the right career for you? The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public. Your results are not shared with the armed forces. For those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB.

Find the career path that is right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at [email protected] ASVAB testing is on Tuesday, January 26th at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is TODAY! https://forms.gle/aqM1jspoYQawrP3x8

8. Current Sophomores, CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses.
Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore! You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

9. Share the gifts of connection, warmth, confidence and good health with young
women aging out of the Foster Care system in Cuyahoga County. Donate new
items such as journals and pens, hats, scarves and gloves, bath and body
products, cleaning and laundry products, and kitchen items excluding dishes.
Donations can be dropped at the H2O office during school hours (E102 in the
cafeteria), staff can email Mrs. Chodzin to have an H2O, or Rad leader pick up your
donation in your classroom. There will also be a public drop off event at LHS this
Saturday from 10AM – Noon. Sponsored by the H2O and Race & Diversity student
organizations.

 

Wednesday January 20, 2021

1. Art Club & National Art Honor Society will be meeting on Zoom tomorrow from 3:30-4:30. Tell your friends and we hope to see you then!

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

Scholarships!!!!

3. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

4. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

Today’s à la carte in the cafeteria is:
Cheesy Bread .50¢
5. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

6. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

7. Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school? Are your trying to find the right career for you?
The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no- obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public. Your results are not shared with the armed forces. For those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB.

Find the career path that is right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at [email protected]
ASVAB testing is on Tuesday, January 26th at 8:20am.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfkx4U529mYFRYd0gPLe458XzDW7Fp2HTEkRfJuGmh8tXPkw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0&usp=mail_form_link
The sign-up deadline is tomorrow!

8. Current Sophomores,
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 13 career-tech programs we offer here at Lakewood High School and to sign up for our upcoming virtual open houses. Soon you will be scheduling for your Junior year. Don’t leave high school with any regrets! We want you to be a part of West Shore!
You will be hearing more from us but do not hesitate to talk to the West Shore teachers, your school counselor, or me if you have any questions.

9. Share the gifts of connection, warmth, confidence and good health with young women aging out of the Foster Care system in Cuyahoga County. Donate new items such as journals and pens, hats, scarves and gloves, bath and body products, cleaning and laundry products, and kitchen items excluding dishes.
Donations can be dropped at the H2O office during school hours (E102 in the cafeteria), staff can email Mrs. Chodzin to have an H2O, or Rad leader pick up your donation in your classroom. There will also be a public drop off event at LHS this Saturday from 10AM – Noon. Sponsored by the H2O and Race & Diversity student organizations.

 

Tuesday January 19, 2021

This is a message to all students! For security reasons, please do not open the door for people to come into the building at any time of the day. Even if you know the person…DO NOT open the door for another student or any adult.

1. Art Club & National Art Honor Society will be meeting on Zoom this Thursday, January 21st from 3:30-4:30. Tell your friends and we hope to see you then!

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

Scholarships!!!!

3. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

4. SENIORS
Did you know that if your parent is an employee of Lakewood City Schools there are scholarships just for you? LTA offers one for the children of Lakewood Teachers and OAPSE offers 2 different scholarships for children of Lakewood City Schools Employees. Please stop by the Counseling office or check your Naviance account for scholarship opportunities.

Today’s à la carte in the cafeteria is:
Chicken Ranch Wrap – $3.50

5. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

6. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering during lunch periods 5, 6, & 7: Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

7. Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school? Are your trying to
find the right career for you? The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public.  Your results are not shared with the armed forces. For those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB.

Find the career path that is right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at [email protected]
ASVAB testing is on Tuesday, January 26th at 8:20am.
The sign-up deadline is Thursday, January 21.

 

Friday January 15, 2021

This is a message to all students! For security reasons, please do not open the door for people to come into the building at any time of the day. Even if you know the person…DO NOT open the door for another student or any adult.

1. Art Club & National Art Honor Society will be meeting on Zoom next Thursday, January 21st from 3:30-4:30. Tell your friends and we hope to see you then!

2. The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the separate instruction packet from our web page at: http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

3. The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Ffffriday fries! – $1.00

4. Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day

5. Seniors! Order your cap & gowns at 1-800-JOSTENS or go to www.jostens.com and be sure to choose Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Jostens will be at LHS for in-person ordering: Tuesday 1/26 & Wednesday 1/27 in the Bookroom Lobby

6. Are you thinking about what you want to do after high school? Are your trying to find the right career for you? The military’s ASVAB Career Exploration program offers students a no-cost, no-obligation opportunity for career exploration and education planning. ASVAB is a service project conducted by the U.S. armed forces for the general public. Your results are not shared with the armed forces. For those of you going to the service, this test will serve as the entrance exam. Juniors or Seniors are invited to take the ASVAB.

Find the career path that is right for you and signup for the ASVAB program in the Career-Tech office or email Mrs. Ralls at [email protected]
ASVAB testing is on Tuesday, January 26th at 8:20am. The sign-up deadline is Thursday, January 21.

7. Online registration is still open today (Friday) for the H2O and Race & Diversity club MLK Jr. Day of Service Online Monday at 10AM. Sign up today to receive a Webinar packet (with snacks!) delivered to your home. Fill out the registration form at this link https://forms.gle/qDo9QaHbrUvDBUhZ7

 

Thursday January 14, 2021

The Gamers Club meeting for today has to be rescheduled. Make sure to check the
Google Classroom for updates. Google Classroom Gamers Club Code: wauow6j

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

Virtual College visits through Naviance this week at 12:15PM:
Today – U.S. Air Force

Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four
years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

Join us next Monday, January 18th , for H2O’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of
Service. This year we’ll attend a webinar together to learn about Bessie’s Angels, a
local organization nurturing, educating and empowering young women of color who are
aging out of the foster care system. Today is the last day to register.
To register just fill out the form at this link: https://forms.gle/qDo9QaHbrUvDBUhZ7

Today is the last day that Ripcho Studios will be at LHS 8:20AM – 3:00PM. You
need to have your picture taken for the Cinema and for next year’s ID cards.
Remote students may choose to come in any time before 2:45PM.  Please enter
the doors to the Civic Lobby to have your picture taken.
You may purchase a picture package using the form handed out in English class
or you may order them online at www.ripchostudio.com

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Hot & Spicy Chicken Wrap $3.50

Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is
eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la
carte of the day.

This is a message to all students! For security reasons, please do not
open the door for people to come into the building at any time of the
day. Do not open the door for another student or any adult, even if
you know the person.

 

Wednesday January 12, 2021

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

Virtual College visits through Naviance this week at 12:15PM:
Tomorrow – U.S. Air Force

Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four
years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

Join us next Monday, January 18th , for H2O’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of
Service. This year we’ll attend a webinar together to learn about Bessie’s Angels, a
local organization nurturing, educating and empowering young women of color who are
aging out of the foster care system.
To register just fill out the form at this link:
https://forms.gle/qDo9QaHbrUvDBUhZ7

Attention students in grades 9-11! Ripcho Studios will be at LHS today and
tomorrow this week from 8:20AM – 3:00PM. Students will be called down from
their study halls to get their pictures taken. We will also be having pictures taken
during lunch each day.  You need to have your picture taken for the Cinema and
for next year’s ID cards.
Remote students may choose to come in any time during the three-day period.
Please enter the doors to the Civic Lobby to have your pictures taken.
You may purchase a picture package using the form handed out in English class
or you may order them online at www.ripchostudios.com

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Mini Corndogs – $2.00

Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is
eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la
carte of the day.

 

Tuesday January 12, 2021

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25th by 3:30 pm

Virtual College visits through Naviance this week at 12:15PM:
Thursday – U.S. Air Force

Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four
years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

Join us next Monday, January 18th , for H2O’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of
Service. This year we’ll attend a webinar together to learn about Bessie’s Angels, a
local organization nurturing, educating and empowering young women of color who are
aging out of the foster care system.
To register just fill out the form at this link:
https://forms.gle/qDo9QaHbrUvDBUhZ7

Ripcho Studios will be at LHS today, tomorrow and Thursday this week from
8:20AM – 3:00PM. Students will be called down from their study halls to get their
pictures taken. We will also be having pictures taken during lunch each day.
You need to have your picture taken for the Cinema and for next year’s ID cards.
Remote students may choose to come in any time during the three-day period.
Please enter the doors to the Civic Lobby to have your pictures taken.
You may purchase a picture package using the form handed out in English class
or you may order them online at www.ripchostudios.com

Today’s à la cartes in the cafeteria are:
Chipotle Wrap – $3.50

Attention all students! From now through the end of this school year, every student is
eligible for the free breakfast & lunch. However, the free lunch does not include the à la carte of the day.

 

Monday January 11, 2021

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

Virtual College visits through Naviance this week at 12:15PM:
Today – FIDM Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising – San Diego, CA
Thursday – U.S. Air Force

Scholarships!!!!

The Lakewood Kiwanis Foundation Scholarship provides $2,500 per year for four
years. You can apply for this and many other Scholarships through your
Naviance account. Contact the Counseling Office with any questions.

 

Friday January 8, 2021

Students that took Health class last semester, please turn in your Health Book to
the LHS Bookroom by 3:15 today. Otherwise, we will not have enough books to
checkout to the students that are taking Health this semester.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team for our upcoming season
are invited to attend our meeting at 3:30 this afternoon.  It will be virtual.  The link is
below.  These are just some of the topics where you can expect questions –
astronomy, art, American history, World history, government, American and World
literature, mythology, mathematics, chemistry, biology, religion, and pop culture to
name a few.
The link: Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86855438179?pwd=THVsYmZDUEtuQWdKdVc0VUlKbXEzUT09
Contact Mr. Sedlak if you have questions.

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm

 

Thursday January 7, 2021

The last Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50
people!!! What a turnout? We will follow up with Part 2 of our series when we come
back in January. Keep an eye out so you can join us!
Follow [email protected] on Twitter!

Students that took Health class last semester, please turn in your Health Book to
the LHS Bookroom by tomorrow at the very latest. Otherwise, we will not have
enough books to checkout to the students that are taking Health this semester.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team for our upcoming season
are invited to attend our meeting at 3:30 tomorrow afternoon.  It will be virtual.  The link
is below.  These are just some of the topics where you can expect questions –
astronomy, art, American history, World history, government, American and World
literature, mythology, mathematics, chemistry, biology, religion, and pop culture to
name a few.
The link: Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86855438179?pwd=THVsYmZDUEtuQWdKdVc0VUlKbXEzUT09
Contact Mr. Sedlak if you have questions.

The Lakewood Rangers Education Foundation application for 2021 Senior
Scholarships is now available. Download the scholarship application and the
separate instruction packet from our web page at:
http://www.lakewoodrangers.com/programs
Deadline for submission is Thursday, February 25 th by 3:30 pm.

 

Wednesday January 6, 2021

Anyone interested in auditioning for the One Act Play Festival should join the
Barnstormers Google Classroom with the code 7mxcesp. All information is
posted in Classroom–audition videos must be submitted by today!!!

The last Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50
people!!! What a turnout? We will follow up with Part 2 of our series when we come
back in January. Keep an eye out so you can join us!
Follow [email protected] on Twitter!

Students that took Health class last semester, please turn in your Health Book to
the LHS Bookroom by tomorrow…Friday at the very latest. Otherwise, we will
not have enough books to checkout to the students that are taking Health this
semester.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team for our upcoming season
are invited to attend our Friday afternoon meeting at 3:30.  It will be virtual.  The link is
below.  These are just some of the topics where you can expect questions –
astronomy, art, American history, World history, government, American and World
literature, mythology, mathematics, chemistry, biology, religion, and pop culture to
name a few.
The link: Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86855438179?pwd=THVsYmZDUEtuQWdKdVc0VUlKbXEzUT09
Contact Mr. Sedlak if you have questions.

 

Tuesday January 5, 2021

Anyone interested in auditioning for the One Act Play Festival should join the Barnstormers Google Classroom with the code 7mxcesp. All information is posted in Classroom–audition videos must be submitted by this Wednesday, January 6!

The last Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50 people!!!  What a turnout?  We will follow up with Part 2 of our series when we come back in January.  Keep an eye out so you can join us! 

Follow [email protected] on Twitter!

Students that took Health class last semester, please turn in your Health Book by this Thursday…Friday at the very latest.  Otherwise, we will not have enough books to checkout to the students that are taking Health this semester.

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team for our upcoming season are invited to attend our Friday afternoon meeting at 3:30.  It will be virtual.  The link is below.  These are just some of the topics where you can expect questions – astronomy, art, American history, World history, government, American and World literature, mythology, mathematics, chemistry, biology, religion, and pop culture to name a few. 

The link: Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86855438179?pwd=THVsYmZDUEtuQWdKdVc0VUlKbXEzUT09 

Contact Mr. Sedlak if you have questions.

 

Wednesday December 16, 2020

A reminder:  This week, Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs this Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Lakewood Rangers…We hope that these messages focused on HOPE have helped you to get through these last weeks of the quarter.  With our focus on what brings us hope, here is the jamboard that your teachers posted their hopes on…

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-0NDvtMroZx9zeL0nriqykM_8gSxvYDT/view

 

This is a reminder from the LHS Bookroom to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books & keyboards to the Bookroom by TOMORROW! If you do not return your book or keyboard, the cost of the book or keyboard will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book $62.00), Government, (Magruder’s American Government book $61.00), Pop Music (American Popular Music book $105.00), and if you have borrowed a KEYBOARD that you will not need for second semester, turn it in!

 

 Anyone interested in auditioning for the One Act Play Festival should join the Barnstormers Google Classroom with the code 7mxcesp. All information is posted in Classroom–audition videos must be submitted by January 6!

 

 

Last Wednesday’s Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50 people!!! What a turnout! We will follow with Part 2 of our series when we come back in January. Keep an eye out so you can join us! Follow [email protected] on Twitter!

 

Congratulations to the newest NHAS members!

 

 

 

Tuesday December 15, 2020

A reminder:  This week, Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs this Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Good Day Rangers!  We saw students write what they hope for…now it is what teachers hope for.  Here is part 2 of the video we watched previously.

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5fb821451158ff411d89476b

 

This is a reminder from the LHS Bookroom to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books & keyboards to the Bookroom by this Thursday. If you do not return your book or keyboard, the cost of the book or keyboard will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book), Government, (Magruder’s American Government book), Pop Music (American Popular Music book), and if you have borrowed a KEYBOARD that you will not need for second semester, turn it in!

 

Anyone interested in auditioning for the One Act Play Festival should join the Barnstormers Google Classroom with the code 7mxcesp. All information is posted in Classroom–audition videos must be submitted by January 6!

 

Last Wednesday’s Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50 people!!! What a turnout! We will follow with Part 2 of our series when we come back in January. Keep an eye out so you can join us! Follow RaceAndDiversityLKWD @AndLkwd on Twitter!

 

Matrix Trade Institute will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance today at 12:15 pm.

 

 

Monday December 14, 2020

Hey Lakewood Rangers

  • This is the last week of the quarter 
  • Check your grades 
  • Set up meetings with your teachers

Notice that hope demands action. It isn’t just wishing, but trying.

 

This is a reminder from the LHS Bookroom to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books & keyboards to the Bookroom by this Thursday. If you do not return your book or keyboard, the cost of the book or keyboard will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book), Government, (Magruder’s American Government book), Pop Music (American Popular Music book), and if you have borrowed a KEYBOARD that you will not need for second semester, turn it in!

 

Anyone interested in auditioning for the One Act Play Festival should join the Barnstormers Google Classroom with the code 7mxcesp. All information is posted in Classroom–audition videos must be submitted by January 6!

 

Last Wednesday’s Race and Diversity meeting on racism and health outcomes drew over 50 people!!! What a turnout! We will follow with Part 2 of our series when we come back in January. Keep an eye out so you can join us! Follow RaceAndDiversityLKWD @AndLkwd on Twitter!

 

Thursday December 10, 2020

A reminder:  This week the Chromebook repair days at Lakewood High School are, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the cafeteria. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom doorbell to get our attention. Next week, the week of 12/14/2020, repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs on Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – Eastern Michigan University

Tuesday – Centre College

Wednesday – Louisiana State University

Thursday – Virginia Military Institute

Friday – Youngstown State University

 

Hey Rangers! It’s Thursday and we hope you are staying safe. Today, we would like you to examine the Jamboard you worked on over the last 2 days. What do you notice about the responses? Is there a theme?

https://jamboard.google.com/d/15LHqQVRZ9kTBHz5N2GU2QmcI6brBIH-LQiFPv9GZzTU/edit?usp=sharing

https://youtu.be/PqjbXc-IFDc

 

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark your calendars for these informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Jergens, Inc. – Today (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

 

The next meeting of the Watters Science Seminar is tomorrow, December 11 at 9:00 am. We will be hearing from Mrs. Julie Kister, a Process Safety Engineer who works for Air Products. Mrs. Kister is a flammability expert and works to develop and maintain safety standards for her company. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard for any additional details.

  

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, today, December 10 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

This is a reminder to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books & keyboards to the Bookroom by December 17, 2020. If you do not return your book or keyboard, the cost of the book or keyboard will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book) & Government {Coach Thome’s class}, (Magruder’s American Government book), Pop Music book {Dr. Hankins class}, and Pop Culture Piano class must turn in your KEYBOARD.

 

Happy Holidays Everyone!  Today is…

 UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATER DAY!

 

 

Wednesday December 9, 2020

A reminder:  This week the Chromebook repair days at Lakewood High School are, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the cafeteria. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom doorbell to get our attention. Then on the week of 12/14/2020, repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs on Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – Eastern Michigan University

Tuesday – Centre College

Wednesday – Louisiana State University

Thursday – Virginia Military Institute

Friday – Youngstown State University

 

Hey Rangers!

If you didn’t get a chance to post to the Jamboard, take a moment and share your hopes with us…..

https://jamboard.google.com/d/15LHqQVRZ9kTBHz5N2GU2QmcI6brBIH-LQiFPv9GZzTU/edit?usp=sharing

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark your calendars for these informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Jergens, Inc. – 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

 

The next meeting of the Watters Science Seminar will be this Friday, December 11 at 9:00 am. We will be hearing from Mrs. Julie Kister, a Process Safety Engineer who works for Air Products. Mrs. Kister is a flammability expert and works to develop and maintain safety standards for her company. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard for any additional details.

 

 Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, tomorrow, December 10 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Does your race really affect your health? 

Join RACE AND DIVERSITY CLUB’s 2020-2021 kickoff meeting for a discussion about Racism and Health Disparities in the US.

We will begin with a brief presentation by Dr. Neal Tyrrell, a physician who will share some eye-opening facts about health outcomes in America.

Meet new people! Learn about others’ experiences! Take action!

Join us today at 3:30pm. Hope to see you there!!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/98396280648

This is a reminder to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books & keyboards to the Bookroom by December 18, 2020. If you do not return your book or keyboard, the cost of the book or keyboard will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book) & Government {Coach Thome’s class}, (Magruder’s American Government book), Pop Music book {Dr. Hankins class}, and Pop Culture Piano class must turn in your KEYBOARD.

 

Happy Holidays Everyone!  We would like to inform you that tomorrow is… 

UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATER DAY!

Please join us in celebrating by wearing your ugliest Holiday Sweater.

 

 

Tuesday December 8, 2020

A reminder:  This week the Chromebook repair days at Lakewood High School are, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the cafeteria. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom doorbell to get our attention. Then on the week of 12/14/2020, repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs on Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – Eastern Michigan University

Tuesday – Centre College

Wednesday – Louisiana State University

Thursday – Virginia Military Institute

Friday – Youngstown State University

 

Good Morning Ranger Nation!  It is now time for you to share with us the hope(s) you have. We want you to participate with us in the Jamboard. Post what you hope for

https://jamboard.google.com/d/15LHqQVRZ9kTBHz5N2GU2QmcI6brBIH-LQiFPv9GZzTU/edit?usp=sharing

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark your calendars for these informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Jergens, Inc. – 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

 

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

 

The next meeting of the Watters Science Seminar will be this Friday, December 11 at 9:00 am. We will be hearing from Mrs. Julie Kister, a Process Safety Engineer who works for Air Products. Mrs. Kister is a flammability expert and works to develop and maintain safety standards for her company. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard for any additional details.

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, December 10 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Does your race really affect your health? Staff & students, or anyone who is interested, please join RACE AND DIVERSITY CLUB’s 2020-2021 kickoff meeting for a discussion about Racism and Health Disparities in the US.

We will begin with a brief presentation by Dr. Neal Tyrrell, a physician who will share some eye-opening facts about health outcomes in America.

Meet new people! Learn about others’ experiences! Take action!

Join us tomorrow, December 9 at 3:30pm. Hope to see you there!!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/98396280648

This is a reminder to all the students that are taking a semester class, please turn in your semester class books to the Bookroom by December 18, 2020. If you do not turn your book in, the cost of the book will be added to your fees. The semester classes are Health (Lifetime Health book) & Government {Coach Thome’s class}, (Magruder’s American Government book)

 

Happy Holidays Everyone!  We would like to inform you that this Thursday is… UGLY HOLIDAY SWEATER DAY!

Please join us in celebrating by wearing your ugliest Holiday Sweater.

 

 

Monday December 7, 2020

A reminder:  This week the Chromebook repair days at Lakewood High School are, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the cafeteria. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom doorbell to get our attention. Then on the week of 12/14/2020, repairs will only be on Tuesday & Thursday, NO repairs on Friday 12/18/2020. The holiday schedule for Chromebook repairs will only be on Tuesday 12/22/2020 & Tuesday 12/29/2020.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – Eastern Michigan University

Tuesday – Centre College

Wednesday – Louisiana State University

Thursday – Virginia Military Institute

Friday – Youngstown State University

 

Happy Monday Lakewood Rangers!  As we move through the final two weeks of the quarter, we all have hope for different things. Watch this video and know you are not alone! Student Hope Video https://edpuzzle.com/media/5fb7f4d4fe378840a5948922

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark your calendars for these informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Jergens, Inc. – 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

 

The next meeting of the Watters Science Seminar will be this Friday, December 11 at 9:00 am. We will be hearing from Mrs. Julie Kister, a Process Safety Engineer who works for Air Products. Mrs. Kister is a flammability expert and works to develop and maintain safety standards for her company. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard for any additional details.

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, December 10 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Does your race really affect your health? 

Join RACE AND DIVERSITY CLUB’s 2020-2021 kickoff meeting for a discussion about Racism and Health Disparities in the US.

We will begin with a brief presentation by Dr. Neal Tyrrell, a physician who will share some eye-opening facts about health outcomes in America.

Meet new people! Learn about others’ experiences! Take action!

Join us Wednesday, December 9 at 3:30pm. Hope to see you there!!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/98396280648

 

Thursday December 3, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday,

& Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the

Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – University of Akron

Tuesday – Columbia College

Wednesday – Goshen College

Thursday – Ithaca College

Friday – Valley College

 

Hello Rangers! As we continue our examination of hope, at times it is things external to

us that give us a positive mindset. What is a show or movie that makes you laugh?

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the

field? Mark your calendars for these informational sessions that you can easily

join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available.

Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Hose Master – 12/5 (10am)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpc-ihqTwoE9K2PYt-Cr5PcQHfA6qBxa-p

In this presentation with Hose Master, recent Max S. Hayes High School

graduates and employees in a variety of career pathways will walk you through

their experiences of working for a quality manufacturing company right here in

the Cleveland area. Hose Master hires entry-level positions offering

advancement and apprenticeship opportunities. Come and see how this

company keeps careers exciting!

Jergens, Inc. – 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad

and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you

through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the

Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships

and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training

opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in

manufacturing!

 

Today at 4:00 p.m., H2O is hosting a Zoom meeting for freshmen. Ninth grade students

can join us by emailing [email protected] or

[email protected] to receive the link to the meeting. We will discuss

all things high school service – how to sign up for H2O events,

 

Wednesday December 2, 2020

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – University of Akron

Tuesday – Columbia College

Wednesday – Goshen College

Thursday – Ithaca College

Friday – Valley College

 

Good Morning Lakewood High!  As someone that makes you hopeful. Who are the people in your life who “expect with confidence” and “cherish a desire with anticipation.” What lessons can you learn from their example?

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark your calendars for three informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Rockwell Automation- 12/2 (1pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsde-pqzgiHtAZAHSHF4K4aej2vUI_Fz8W

Join Rockwell Automation for an exciting look into a Cleveland local manufacturing company where MC2STEM High School graduates will walk you through a day in the life of process engineering. You will also hear from a variety of employees from diverse backgrounds sharing the steps they took to make a career at this global company. Rockwell Automation hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities.

 

Hose Master – 12/5 (10am)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpc-ihqTwoE9K2PYt-Cr5PcQHfA6qBxa-p

In this presentation with Hose Master, recent Max S. Hayes High School graduates and employees in a variety of career pathways will walk you through their experiences of working for a quality manufacturing company right here in the Cleveland area. Hose Master hires entry-level positions offering advancement and apprenticeship opportunities. Come and see how this company keeps careers exciting!

 

Jergens, Inc. – 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry-level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

Contact Mrs. Crislip with any questions.

 

 

Tomorrow, December 3rd at 4:00 p.m., H2O is hosting a Zoom meeting for freshmen. Ninth grade students can join us by emailing [email protected] or [email protected] to receive the link to the meeting. We will discuss all things high school service – how to sign up for H2O events, what we typically offer, why students should commit to giving back to the community!

 

 

Tuesday December 1, 2020

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – University of Akron

Tuesday – Columbia College

Wednesday – Goshen College

Thursday – Ithaca College

Friday – Valley College

 

Hey Lakewood high school! Welcome to Tuesday! When you find yourself in a “not feeling it” mood, what music do you listen to that gives you hope? Strength?

 

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark you calendars for three informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

Rockwell Automation- 12/2 (1pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsde-pqzgiHtAZAHSHF4K4aej2vUI_Fz8W

Join Rockwell Automation for an exciting look into a Cleveland local manufacturing company where MC2STEM High School graduates will walk you through a day in the life of process engineering. You will also hear from a variety of employees from diverse backgrounds sharing the steps they took to make a career at this global company. Rockwell Automation hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry level positions offering advancement and training opportunities.

 

Hose Master- 12/5 (10am)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpc-ihqTwoE9K2PYt-Cr5PcQHfA6qBxa-p

In this presentation with Hose Master, recent Max S. Hayes High School graduates and employees in a variety of career pathways will walk you through their experiences of working for a quality manufacturing company right here in the Cleveland area. Hose Master hires entry level positions offering advancement and apprenticeship opportunities. Come and see how this company keeps careers exciting!

 

Jergens, Inc.- 12/9 (3pm)

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

Contact Mrs. Crislip with any questions.

 

This Thursday, December 3rd at 4:00 p.m., H2O is hosting a Zoom meeting for freshmen. Ninth grade students can join us by emailing [email protected] or [email protected] to receive the link to the meeting. We will discuss all things high school service – how to sign up for H2O events, what we typically offer, why students should commit to giving back to the community!

 

 

Monday November 30, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week are:

Monday – University of Akron

Tuesday – Columbia College

Wednesday – Goshen College

Thursday – Ithaca College

Friday – Valley College

 

Hey Lakewood High School, welcome back from your extended weekend! We hope that you had some time to kick back, relax and unplug. As we prepare for the last weeks of the semester, we would like to share with you a message of hope. Hope is defined as: an optimistic state of mind that is based on an expectation of positive outcomes with respect to events and circumstances in one’s life or the world at large. As a verb, its definitions include: “expect with confidence” and “to cherish a desire with anticipation.” While we have all heard the words “these trying times” 1000 times too many….We can’t let go of hope. Here is a message from Mr. Singer

 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Q_osjiznKNn5TAeougxq4iTW381o5WR6/view

 

  

Are you interested in Manufacturing or wondering what jobs are out there in the field? Mark you calendars for three informational sessions that you can easily join via Zoom to hear more about the companies and opportunities available. Follow the links below to register for any or all these opportunities.

 Rockwell Automation- 12/2 (1pm)

 https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsde-pqzgiHtAZAHSHF4K4aej2vUI_Fz8W

Join Rockwell Automation for an exciting look into a Cleveland local manufacturing company where MC2STEM High School graduates will walk you through a day in the life of process engineering. You will also hear from a variety of employees from diverse backgrounds sharing the steps they took to make a career at this global company. Rockwell Automation hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry level positions offering advancement and training opportunities.

 

Hose Master- 12/5 (10am)

 https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpc-ihqTwoE9K2PYt-Cr5PcQHfA6qBxa-p

In this presentation with Hose Master, recent Max S. Hayes High School graduates and employees in a variety of career pathways will walk you through their experiences of working for a quality manufacturing company right here in the Cleveland area. Hose Master hires entry level positions offering advancement and apprenticeship opportunities. Come and see how this company keeps careers exciting!

 

Jergens, Inc.- 12/9 (3pm)

 

https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrdOugqzIsH9dh07o9_PZ4AVQRfhi9XEfX

 In this one of a kind event with Jergens, hear from a recent Ginn Academy grad and other employees from a variety of career pathways that will walk you through their experiences working for a quality manufacturing company in the Collinwood neighborhood. Jergens hires high school students for internships and graduates for entry level positions offering advancement and training opportunities. Come join us and see how you can begin an exciting career in manufacturing!

 Contact Mrs. Crislip with any questions.

 

Tuesday November 24, 2020

Here are a couple of reminders for the rest of this week…there will be no Chromebook repairs and there will not be any classes Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving and classes will resume on Monday 11/30/2020.

 

Do you like to argue? Are you interested in the law? Why not check out Lakewood High School’s Mock Trial club! If you are interested, please email Mr. Lobozzo at [email protected] .

 

Just a reminder…Your gratitude challenge awaits….Let someone know that you are thinking about them….Be kind and have a great Thanksgiving vacation.

 

The Art Academy of Cincinnati will conduct a virtual visit through Naviance TODAY 11/24/2020 at 12:15 pm.

Virtual College visits the week of 11/30/20 to 12/420 are:

Monday – University of Akron

Tuesday – Columbia College

Wednesday – Goshen College

Thursday – Ithaca College

Friday – Valley College

 

Have you picked up a new talent over the last few months or taken time to hone your skills? Consider participating in the upcoming virtual Barney’s Cafe! All you need to do is send a short video of your “act” to Mr. Farinelli at [email protected] before Thanksgiving break. Ideas include, but are not limited to:

1. Performance of Acoustic Music

2. Singing

3. Poetic or Dramatic Performance

4. Timelapse Video of Cooking or Art

5. Magic Tricks

6. Dance or Cheer

7. Literally Anything You Can Do!!!

Please keep your videos under 5 minutes, and start by introducing yourself and your talent. The first 15 submissions will be accepted, and the final product will stream on YouTube in early December. Reach out to Mr. Farinelli if you have questions, thoughts, or ideas!

 

Monday November 23, 2020

Do you like to argue? Are you interested in the law? Why not check out LakewoodHigh School’s Mock Trial club! If you are interested, please email Mr. Lobozzo at [email protected] .

 

Hey Ranger Nation, here is your Gratitude Challenge….Think about someone in your life who has had an impact on you….Try this exercise of writing down thatimpact. If you are up for it, give them a call sometime over the next week and see what happens…I op lip pop pop Here is what happened with the people in this experiment. https://edpuzzle.com/media/5faeafb51a14fc40cbb46a5d

Have you picked up a new talent over the last few months or taken time to hone your skills? Consider participating in the upcoming virtual Barney’s Cafe! All you need to do is send a short video of your “act” to Mr. Farinelli at [email protected] before Thanksgiving break. Ideas include, but are not limited to:

1. Performance of Acoustic Music

2. Singing

3. Poetic or Dramatic Performance

4. Timelapse Video of Cooking or Art

5. Magic Tricks

6. Dance or Cheer

7. Literally Anything You Can Do!!!

Please keep your videos under 5 minutes, and start by introducing yourself and your talent. The first 15 submissions will be accepted, and the final product will stream on YouTube in early December. Reach out to Mr. Farinelli if you have questions, thoughts, or ideas!

 

 

Thursday November 19, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 Virtual College visits this week:

Monday – Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday – Cleveland Institute of Art
Wednesday – Otterbein University
Thursday – Xavier University
Friday- Pacific Northwest College of Art

 

As we move toward Thanksgiving, could you reach out to someone and let them know what they mean to you?  How would this feel?

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5faeada07898bc40e0fa2eea

 

Do you like to argue?  Are you interested in the law?  Why not check out Lakewood High School’s Mock Trial club!  If you are interested, please email Mr. Lobozzo at [email protected].

 

 Hello Seniors!

The LHS School Counseling Department would like to invite you to a remote College Application Celebration on Friday, November 20 at 12:30PM. If you have completed your College application or are in the process, please join us! We will be discussing other important “to dos” now that you have completed the process, including FAFSA and Scholarships.

You can join our celebration by clicking on the zoom link below. We hope that you will join us!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/97270697985?pwd=dGdkbUpXcG9xVy9JTGVhSTlNdzBldz09

 

Have you picked up a new talent over the last few months or taken time to hone your skills? Consider participating in the upcoming virtual Barney’s Cafe! All you need to do is send a short video of your “act” to Mr. Farinelli at [email protected] before Thanksgiving break. Ideas include, but are not limited to:

1. Performance of Acoustic Music
2. Singing
3. Poetic or Dramatic Performance
4. Timelapse Video of Cooking or Art
5. Magic Tricks
6. Dance or Cheer
7. Literally Anything You Can Do!!!


Please keep your videos under 5 minutes, and start by introducing yourself and your talent. The first 15 submissions will be accepted, and the final product will stream on YouTube in early December. Reach out to Mr. Farinelli if you have questions, thoughts, or ideas!

 

 

Wednesday November 18, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

  

Virtual College visits this week:

Monday – Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday – Cleveland Institute of Art
Wednesday – Otterbein University
Thursday – Xavier University
Friday- Pacific Northwest College of Art

 

Hey Rangers, We learned yesterday that gratitude makes you happier….Watch as these people prepare to share their thankfulness

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5faeab416d5afa4076319331

What do you notice about their faces?

 

 Do you like to argue?  Are you interested in the law?  Why not check out Lakewood High School’s Mock Trial club!  If you are interested, please email Mr. Lobozzo at [email protected].

 

 Hello Seniors!

The LHS School Counseling Department would like to invite you to a remote College Application Celebration on Friday, November 20 at 12:30PM. If you have completed your College application or are in the process, please join us! We will be discussing other important “to dos” now that you have completed the process, including FAFSA and Scholarships.

You can join our celebration by clicking on the zoom link below. We hope that you will join us!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/97270697985?pwd=dGdkbUpXcG9xVy9JTGVhSTlNdzBldz09

 

Have you picked up a new talent over the last few months or taken time to hone your skills? Consider participating in the upcoming virtual Barney’s Cafe! All you need to do is send a short video of your “act” to Mr. Farinelli at [email protected] before Thanksgiving break. Ideas include, but are not limited to:

1. Performance of Acoustic Music
2. Singing
3. Poetic or Dramatic Performance
4. Timelapse Video of Cooking or Art
5. Magic Tricks
6. Dance or Cheer
7. Literally Anything You Can Do!!!


Please keep your videos under 5 minutes, and start by introducing yourself and your talent. The first 15 submissions will be accepted, and the final product will stream on YouTube in early December. Reach out to Mr. Farinelli if you have questions, thoughts, or ideas!

 

 

Tuesday November 17, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

  

Virtual College visits this week:

Monday – Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday – Cleveland Institute of Art
Wednesday – Otterbein University
Thursday – Xavier University
Friday- Pacific Northwest College of Art

 

Attention Lakewood High Students and Staff did you know that gratitude helps you to be happier….Watch and learn

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5faea9e0623e7540bdc10047

  

Do you like to argue?  Are you interested in the law?  Why not check out Lakewood High School’s Mock Trial club!  If you are interested, please email Mr. Lobozzo at [email protected].

 

Hello Seniors!

The LHS School Counseling Department would like to invite you to a remote College Application Celebration on Friday, November 20 at 12:30PM. If you have completed your College application or are in the process, please join us! We will be discussing other important “to dos” now that you have completed the process, including FAFSA and Scholarships.

You can join our celebration by clicking on the zoom link below. We hope that you will join us!

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/97270697985?pwd=dGdkbUpXcG9xVy9JTGVhSTlNdzBldz09

 

Have you picked up a new talent over the last few months or taken time to hone your skills? Consider participating in the upcoming virtual Barney’s Cafe! All you need to do is send a short video of your “act” to Mr. Farinelli at [email protected] before Thanksgiving break. Ideas include, but are not limited to:

1. Performance of Acoustic Music
2. Singing
3. Poetic or Dramatic Performance
4. Timelapse Video of Cooking or Art
5. Magic Tricks
6. Dance or Cheer
7. Literally Anything You Can Do!!!


Please keep your videos under 5 minutes, and start by introducing yourself and your talent. The first 15 submissions will be accepted, and the final product will stream on YouTube in early December. Reach out to Mr. Farinelli if you have questions, thoughts, or ideas!

 

 

Monday November 16, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week:

Monday – Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday – Cleveland Institute of Art
Wednesday – Otterbein University
Thursday – Xavier University
Frida y- Pacific Northwest College of Art

 

Hey, Lakewood High Students and Staff, as we prepare for the season of Thanksgiving, let us start to think about gratitude. Gratitude is the quality or feeling of being grateful or thankful. From now until Thanksgiving, we will be focusing on gratitude.

  

Hello Seniors!

The LHS School Counseling Department would like to invite you to a remote College Application Celebration on Friday, November 20 at 12:30PM. If you have completed your College application or are in the process, please join us! We will be discussing other important “to dos” now that you have completed the process, including FAFSA and Scholarships.

 

You can join our celebration by clicking on the zoom link below. We hope that you will join us!

 

https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/97270697985?pwd=dGdkbUpXcG9xVy9JTGVhSTlNdzBldz09

 

 

 

Thursday November 12, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week:
Monday- University of Cincinnati
Tuesday- Central State University

Thursday- Westminster College
Friday- Ohio Dominican University

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, today from 3:30 to 4:30pm. Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Calling all students with an interest in Economics!
Are you free during 9th period?
The Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve Education (FRE) will welcome students nationwide via webcast to discuss career opportunities and diversity in economics and to learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.

The event takes place beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

For all links, visit: https://www.federalreserve.gov/conferences/exploring-careers-in-economics-fall-2020.htm

            

Gamers Club and Herpetology Clubs will host their first virtual meetings this Friday the 13th! We will continue to meet every other Friday for the rest of the quarter. We will adjust our meeting times accordingly if the school schedule changes at some point.

Herpetology Club will meet at 11:00 AM and Gamers Club will meet at 11:30 AM.

We will discuss a variety of topics and plan our activities.

Please join our Google Classrooms for the meeting link and other updates.

Herpetology Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDE1?cjc=wufdido

Gamers Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDAw?cjc=wauow6j

 

Wednesday November 11, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College visits this week:
Monday- University of Cincinnati
Tuesday- Central State University

Thursday- Westminster College
Friday- Ohio Dominican University

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, tomorrow, November 12 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Calling all students with an interest in Economics!
Are you free during 9th period?
The Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve Education (FRE) will welcome students nationwide via webcast to discuss career opportunities and diversity in economics and to learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.

The event takes place beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

For all links, visit: https://www.federalreserve.gov/conferences/exploring-careers-in-economics-fall-2020.htm

 

Gamers Club and Herpetology Clubs will host their first virtual meetings this Friday the 13th! We will continue to meet every other Friday for the rest of the quarter. We will adjust our meeting times accordingly if the school schedule changes at some point.

Herpetology Club will meet at 11:00 AM and Gamers Club will meet at 11:30 AM.

We will discuss a variety of topics and plan our activities.

Please join our Google Classrooms for the meeting link and other updates.

Herpetology Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDE1?cjc=wufdido

Gamers Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDAw?cjc=wauow6j

 

Tuesday November 10, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

  

Virtual College visits this week:
Monday- University of Cincinnati
Tuesday- Central State University
Thursday- Westminster College
Friday- Ohio Dominican University

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, November 12 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

Calling all students with an interest in Economics!
Are you free during 9th period?
The Federal Reserve Board and Federal Reserve Education (FRE) will welcome students nationwide via webcast to discuss career opportunities and diversity in economics and to learn about career paths within the Federal Reserve System.

The event takes place beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 17, 2020

For all links, visit: https://www.federalreserve.gov/conferences/exploring-careers-in-economics-fall-2020.htm

 

Gamers Club and Herpetology Clubs will host their first virtual meetings this Friday the 13th! We will continue to meet every other Friday for the rest of the quarter. We will adjust our meeting times accordingly if the school schedule changes at some point.

Herpetology Club will meet at 11:00 AM and Gamers Club will meet at 11:30 AM.

We will discuss a variety of topics and plan our activities.

Please join our Google Classrooms for the meeting link and other updates.

Herpetology Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDE1?cjc=wufdido

Gamers Club: https://classroom.google.com/c/MTc1MzE0NDg1NDAw?cjc=wauow6j

 

 

Monday November 9, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

Virtual College visits this week:
Monday- University of Cincinnati
Tuesday- Central State University
Thursday- Westminster College
Friday- Ohio Dominican University

 

Thursday November 5, 2020

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

  Attention JUNIORS! This scholarship opportunity is for you!      

The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500 scholarships. If you would like an application, contact your counselor. Deadline to send in the application is tomorrow. 

 

Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

 Virtual College visits this week:
Monday – Transylvania University
Tuesday – Ohio University
Wednesday – Gannon University

Thursday – Kent State University
Friday – Heidelberg University

 

Our next Watters Science Seminar has been scheduled! We will meet via Zoom today from 9:00 – 10:00 am. Our speaker will be Dr. Anne Marie Jukic, Principal Investigator of the Fertility and Reproductive Health group at the National Institute of Health. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you have questions or are interested in joining.

 

Barnstormers Drama Club’s virtual production of TWELFTH NIGHT will premiere on YouTube on Saturday, November 7 at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch the show! https://youtu.be/5bI-yAwW27A  

                                                        

The winners of the class of 2021 flower, motto & song are….

Flower – Orchid

Motto – Stay Positive, Test Negative

Song – Don’t Stop Believing ~ Journey

 

 

Wednesday November 4, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic TODAY AND TOMORROW to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually this Wednesday, November 4.  New and returning members welcome.  Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.
Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7


Attention JUNIORS! This scholarship opportunity is for you!   The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500 scholarships. If you would like an application, contact your counselor. Deadline to send in application is November 5, 2020      

 

 Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

Virtual College visits this week:
Wednesday – Gannon University
Thursday – Kent State University
Friday – Heidelberg University

 

Our next Watters Science Seminar has been scheduled! We will meet via Zoom on Friday, November 6 from 9:00 – 10:00 am. Our speaker will be Dr. Anne Marie Jukic, Principal Investigator of the Fertility and Reproductive Health group at the National Institute of Health. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you have questions or are interested in joining.

 

Barnstormers Drama Club’s virtual production of TWELFTH NIGHT will premiere on YouTube on Saturday, November 7 at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch the show! https://youtu.be/5bI-yAwW27A 

 

 

Monday November 2, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually this Wednesday, November 4.  New and returning members welcome.  Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.
Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7


Attention JUNIORS! This scholarship opportunity is for you!   The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500 scholarships. If you would like an application, contact your counselor. Deadline to send in application is November 5, 2020      

 

 Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

Virtual College visits this week:
Monday – Transylvania University
Tuesday – Ohio University
Wednesday – Gannon University
Thursday – Kent State University
Friday – Heidelberg University

 

Our next Watters Science Seminar has been scheduled! We will meet via Zoom on Friday, November 6 from 9:00 – 10:00 am. Our speaker will be Dr. Anne Marie Jukic, Principal Investigator of the Fertility and Reproductive Health group at the National Institute of Health. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you have questions or are interested in joining.

 

Barnstormers Drama Club’s virtual production of TWELFTH NIGHT will premiere on YouTube on Saturday, November 7 at 7:00pm. Use the following link to watch the show! https://youtu.be/5bI-yAwW27A 

 

 

Thursday October 29, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention. 


The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually on Wednesday, November 4. New and returning members welcome. Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.

Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7

 

Students who want to have some French Halloween fun…come learn and review French Halloween vocab through Kahoot, Quizlet live, Halloween poetry contest and a few more Halloween games. We may have some Halloween videos too! (Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have other games ideas!).

Tomorrow at 2pm.  Access to our Zoom party will be in the Cercle Français (French club) google classroom. Our class code is mjhofjc       

Virtual College Visits this week:
Tuesday – Bowling Green University
Wednesday – Eckerd College
Thursday – Seton Hill University PA
Friday – Oberlin College

 

Attention JUNIORS! This scholarship opportunity is for you!

The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500 scholarships. If you would like an application, contact your counselor. Deadline to send in application is November 5, 2020      

    

 Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

Boys’ Basketball will host open gym today at 3:30 in the gymnasium. Make certain to wear your mask, stay distanced, and bring your own water.

 

Our next Watters Science Seminar has been scheduled! We will meet via Zoom on Friday, November 6 from 9:00 – 10:00 am. Our speaker will be Dr. Anne Marie Jukic, Principal Investigator of the Fertility and Reproductive Health group at the National Institute of Health. Please contact Mrs. Hubbard if you have questions or are interested in joining.

 

Hey Rangers,

In a year that has not been so much fun, let’s bring some laughs and joy to the Zoom classes of Lakewood High School. Show your Halloween spirit during homeroom TODAY!  Sport your “school appropriate” Halloween costume and be ready to be photographed being spooky, silly, and creative.

   The homeroom with the best costumes will have small prizes mailed home.

Happy Halloween!  

 

 

Wednesday October 28, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder: Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32. The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM. Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.


The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually on Wednesday, November 4. New and returning members welcome. Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.

Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7


Students who want to have some French Halloween fun…come learn and review French Halloween vocab through Kahoot, Quizlet live, Halloween poetry contest and a few more Halloween games. We may have some Halloween videos too! (Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have other games ideas!).

This Friday, October 30 at 2pm.  Access to our Zoom party will be in the Cercle Français (French club) google classroom. Our class code is mjhofjc       

 

Virtual College Visits this week:
Tuesday – Bowling Green University
Wednesday – Eckerd College
Thursday – Seton Hill University PA
Friday – Oberlin College

 

Attention JUNIORS! This scholarship opportunity is for you!

The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500 scholarships. If you would like an application, contact your counselor. Deadline to send in application is November 5, 2020      

    

Are you a Senior with at least a 3.0 GPA and are planning to further your education after high school? Then you need to apply for the Trade School & College Scholarship. This scholarship is for $1000 per year, for up to four years. Information and the application for this and many other scholarship opportunities can be found on Naviance. Contact the Counseling Office if you have any questions.

 

Boys’ Basketball will host open gym today and tomorrow at 3:30 in the gymnasium. Make certain to wear your mask, stay distanced, and bring your own water.

 

Today at 12:10pm, there will be a Boys Basketball zoom meeting for all interested participants. This includes fall sport athletes still in season. This meeting is very important for tryout information and more. Zoom link: https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/94199471006

 

 

In a year that has not been so much fun, let’s bring some laughs and joy to the Zoom classes of Lakewood High School.

Show your Halloween spirit tomorrow during homeroom!  Sport your “school appropriate” Halloween costume and be ready to be photographed being spooky, silly, and creative.   

The homeroom with the best costumes will have small prizes mailed home. 

 

Tuesday October 27, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually on Wednesday, November 4.  New and returning members welcome.  Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.

Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7


Students who want to have some French Halloween fun…come learn and review French Halloween vocab through Kahoot, Quizlet live, Halloween poetry contest and a few more Halloween games. We may have some Halloween videos too!  (Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have other games ideas!).

This Friday, October 30 at 2pm.  Access to our Zoom party will be in the Cercle Français (French club) google classroom.  Our class code is mjhofjc       

 

Virtual College Visits this week:
Tuesday – Bowling Green University
Wednesday – Eckerd College
Thursday – Seton Hill University PA
Friday – Oberlin College

 

Boys’ Basketball will host open gym today, tomorrow, and Thursday at 3:30 in the gymnasium. Make certain to wear your mask, stay distanced, and bring your own water.

 

Tomorrow at 12:10pm, there will be a Boys Basketball zoom meeting for all interested participants. This includes fall sport athletes still in season. This meeting is very important for tryout information and more.  Zoom link: https://ohconnect.zoom.us/j/94199471006

 

Monday October 26, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

The first Model UN meeting will be held virtually on Wednesday, November 4.  New and returning members welcome.  Please join our google classroom page or email Ms. Kindstrand for more information.

Google Classroom Code: kkd3re7

 

Thursday October 22, 2020

LHS Class of 2021: Senior Picture Day is still going to happen whether we are remote or in-person. Prestige Portraits will be in the Civic November 4 & 5 to take the seniors’ yearbook pictures for free. Please sign up at the following link: signupgenius.com/go/409044dada8

 

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

During the past few years, CHESSanity has donated chess sets and conducted free workshops to more than 60 schools in 30 school districts in Long Island, New Jersey and Ohio, which have benefited thousands of students around the US. 

With Covid-19 disrupting students’ after-school activities, CHESSanity is launching a series of FREE virtual chess lessons on each weekday, running from October 27, 2020 to December 14, 2020. As our mission is to promote chess, we welcome any students to sign up for our lessons, which are designed for absolute beginners who have none or limited exposure to chess. Yes, it’s FREE

Course setup: The same content will be taught between 4:00pm-4:45pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, while workshops for that content will be conducted between 4:00pm-4:45pm on Friday and Monday the following week for practice. We’ve had the honor to have the top scholastic chess players from Long Island to join the faculty: Wesley Wang, Paris Prestia and Evelyn Zhu all hold National Master or higher titles. 

Signup at this website: http://www.chessanity.org/

 

Attention JUNIORS!  This scholarship opportunity is for you!
The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500.00 scholarships.  If you would like an application, contact your counselor. The deadline to send in the application is November 5.

 

Virtual College/Military Visits next Week:
Monday – Wittenberg University & the U.S. Army
Tuesday – Muskingum University
Wednesday – University of Toledo
Thursday – Mt. Saint Joseph University
Friday – Tiffin University

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building.

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

 

Wednesday October 21, 2020

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

During the past few years, CHESSanity has donated chess sets and conducted free workshops to more than 60 schools in 30 school districts in Long Island, New Jersey and Ohio, which have benefited thousands of students around the US. 

With Covid-19 disrupting students’ after-school activities, CHESSanity is launching a series of FREE virtual chess lessons on each weekday, running from October 27, 2020 to December 14, 2020. As our mission is to promote chess, we welcome any students to sign up for our lessons, which are designed for absolute beginners who have none or limited exposure to chess. Yes, it’s FREE

Course setup: The same content will be taught between 4:00pm-4:45pm, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, while workshops for that content will be conducted between 4:00pm-4:45pm on Friday and Monday the following week for practice. We’ve had the honor to have the top scholastic chess players from Long Island to join the faculty: Wesley Wang, Paris Prestia and Evelyn Zhu all hold National Master or higher titles. 

Signup at this website: http://www.chessanity.org/

 

Attention JUNIORS!  This scholarship opportunity is for you!
The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500.00 scholarships.  If you would like an application, contact your counselor. The deadline to send in the application is November 5.

 

Virtual College/Military Visits next Week:
Monday – Wittenberg University & the U.S. Army
Tuesday – Muskingum University
Wednesday – University of Toledo
Thursday – Mt. Saint Joseph University
Friday – Tiffin University

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building.

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

Tuesday October 20, 2020

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College/Military Visits this Week:
Monday – Wittenberg University & the U.S. Army
Tuesday – Muskingum University
Wednesday – University of Toledo
Thursday – Mt. Saint Joseph University
Friday – Tiffin University

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building. 

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

 

Monday October 19, 2020

A reminder:  Chromebook repairs are at Lakewood High School, in the lobby of door #32.  The hours are from 10:30AM to 12:30PM.  Ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Virtual College/Military Visits this Week:
Monday – Wittenberg University & the U.S. Army
Tuesday – Muskingum University
Wednesday – University of Toledo
Thursday – Mt. Saint Joseph University
Friday – Tiffin University
 

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building. 

 

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

 And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

 

Thursday October 15, 2020

 Attention:  Today and Tomorrow are the last 2 days that LHS will be open for in-person Chromebook repairs. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

Attention JUNIORS!  This scholarship opportunity is for you! The Light Up Lakewood Festival Royalty Scholarship will award two $500.00 scholarships.  If you would like an application, contact your counselor. The deadline to send in the application is November 5.

 

Virtual College/Military Visits next Week:
Monday – Wittenberg University and The U.S. Army
Tuesday – Muskingum University
Wednesday – University of Toledo
Thursday – Mt. Saint Joseph University
Friday – Tiffin University

 

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building.

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Attention all National Honor Society members our first virtual meeting will take place today from 12:15 – 12:45 pm. Please see the NHS Google Classroom for the Zoom meeting link. Feel free to bring your lunch to our meeting.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

 

Wednesday October 14, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs this week at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 Attention:  Tomorrow and Friday are the last 2 days that LHS will be open for in-person Chromebook repairs.

 

If you have not received an ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for you and have it ready to pick up when you come back to the building.

If you do not have a photo on your ID, please email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of you, face only .  We will then be able to make an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when you come back to the building.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Attention all National Honor Society members our first virtual meeting will take place today from 12:15 – 12:45 pm. Please see the NHS Google Classroom for the Zoom meeting link. Feel free to bring your lunch to our meeting.

 

We are now selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, & under the News & Events, and then follow the instructions carefully.  All past year’s fees must also be paid.

No in-person or phone applications will be accepted.

 

Tuesday October 13, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

AttentionThis is the final week that LHS will be open for in-person Chromebook repairs.

 

Attention all National Honor Society members our first virtual meeting will take place tomorrow from 12:15 – 12:45 pm. Please see the NHS Google Classroom for the Zoom meeting link. Feel free to bring your lunch to our meeting.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

We are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

 

 

Monday October 12, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Beginning today, we are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

 

Thursday October 8, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Beginning today, we are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

Wednesday October 7, 2020

Attention all National Honor Society members our first virtual meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 14 from 12:15 – 12:45 pm. Please see the NHS Google Classroom for the Zoom meeting link. Feel free to bring your lunch to our meeting

 

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, October 8 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Beginning today, we are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

 

Tuesday October 6, 2020

Attention all National Honor Society members our first virtual meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 14 from 12:15 – 12:45 pm. Please see the NHS Google Classroom for the Zoom meeting link. Feel free to bring your lunch to our meeting

 

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, October 8 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Beginning today, we are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

Monday October 5, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM. The techs are located in the Bookroom lobby, enter by door #32 and ring the Bookroom door buzzer to get our attention.

 

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually, this Thursday, October 8 from 3:30 to 4:30pm.
Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

 

The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived! Beginning today, we are selling Student Parking Stickers! Go to the LHS Bookroom webpage, click on the links at the right-hand column, and follow the instructions carefully. No in-person applications will be accepted.

 

Thursday October 1, 2020

Reminder:  Chromebook repairs at LHS are on Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Good morning! It’s that time of year again. I’m trying to stock the AG (Anne Giffels) Dignity Closet in the health center to help our students. Some items needed are toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant for male/female, body wash female only, loofah/sponges, body spray for male/female; feminine hygiene products, shampoo & conditioner, chap stick, floss, small packs of tissue, small bottles of hand sanitizer, lotion, or any items you feel could help. NO clothing please at this time. Thank you for your help!

 

Do you have 6th period free?  Are you interested in learning some Career Readiness Skills?  YSU president, Jim Tressel will be the keynote speaker in this Zoom conference on Oct. 6, from 9am – 10am.  You can register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevzk2RESvMd_Ln9PzXDg8JIKb_7I100RMnoSa5fDqpJlBJg/viewform?gxids=7757
If you need any help or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crislip at [email protected] or call 216.529.4346

 

 

 

Wednesday September 30, 2020

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Good morning! It’s that time of year again. I’m trying to stock the AG (Anne Giffels) Dignity Closet in the health center to help our students. Some items needed are toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant for male/female, body wash female only, loofah/sponges, body spray for male/female; feminine hygiene products, shampoo & conditioner, chap stick, floss, small packs of tissue, small bottles of hand sanitizer, lotion, or any items you feel could help. NO clothing please at this time. Thank you for your help!

 

Do you have 6th period free?  Are you interested in learning some Career Readiness Skills?  YSU president, Jim Tressel will be the keynote speaker in this Zoom conference on Oct. 6, from 9am – 10am.  You can register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevzk2RESvMd_Ln9PzXDg8JIKb_7I100RMnoSa5fDqpJlBJg/viewform?gxids=7757
If you need any help or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crislip at [email protected] or call 216.529.4346

 

Tuesday September 29, 2020

Homeroom teachers, if you could please survey your students to see if someone has not received an ID.  If they have not, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected].  We will make one up for the student and have it ready for them to pick up when they come back to the building.

Also, if a student does not have a photo on their ID, please have them email the Bookroom at [email protected] with a school appropriate photo of their face only.  We will then be able to make them an ID with a photo on it and have it ready for when they come back to school.

And, NO, we will not make a new ID for a student who does not like their picture.

 

Are you interested in joining Gamers Club? Then join our Google Classroom with the code: wauow6j

If reptiles and amphibians are more your thing, then consider joining Herpetology Club in Google Classroom with code: wufdido

Both classes will begin meeting remotely soon! In-person meetings will resume 2nd semester as long as health and safety allows it.

 

Good morning! It’s that time of year again. I’m trying to stock the AG (Anne Giffels) Dignity Closet in the health center to help our students. Some items needed are toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant for male/female, body wash female only, loofah/sponges, body spray for male/female; feminine hygiene products, shampoo & conditioner, chap stick, floss, small packs of tissue, small bottles of hand sanitizer, lotion, or any items you feel could help. NO clothing please at this time. Thank you for your help!

 

Do you have 6th period free?  Are you interested in learning some Career Readiness Skills?  YSU president, Jim Tressel will be the keynote speaker in this Zoom conference on Oct. 6, from 9am – 10am.  You can register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevzk2RESvMd_Ln9PzXDg8JIKb_7I100RMnoSa5fDqpJlBJg/viewform?gxids=7757
If you need any help or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crislip at [email protected] or call 216.529.4346

 

 

Monday September 28, 2020

Good morning! It’s that time of year again. I’m trying to stock the AG (Anne Giffels) Dignity Closet in the health center to help our students. Some items needed are toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant for male/female, body wash female only, loofah/sponges, body spray for male/female; feminine hygiene products, shampoo & conditioner, chap stick, floss, small packs of tissue, small bottles of hand sanitizer, lotion, or any items you feel could help. NO clothing please at this time. Thank you for your help!

 

Do you have 6th period free?  Are you interested in learning some Career Readiness Skills?  YSU president, Jim Tressel will be the keynote speaker in this Zoom conference on Oct. 6, from 9am – 10am.  You can register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevzk2RESvMd_Ln9PzXDg8JIKb_7I100RMnoSa5fDqpJlBJg/viewform?gxids=7757
If you need any help or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crislip at [email protected] or call 216.529.4346

 

 

Thursday September 24, 2020

Good morning! It’s that time of year again. I’m trying to stock the AG (Anne Giffels) Dignity Closet in the health center to help our students. Some items needed are toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant for male/female, body wash female only, loofah/sponges, body spray for male/female; feminine hygiene products, shampoo & conditioner, chap stick, floss, small packs of tissue, small bottles of hand sanitizer, lotion, or any items you feel could help. NO clothing please at this time. Thank you for your help!

 

Do you have 6th period free?  Are you interested in learning some Career Readiness Skills?  YSU president, Jim Tressel will be the keynote speaker in this Zoom conference on Oct. 6, from 9am – 10am.  You can register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfevzk2RESvMd_Ln9PzXDg8JIKb_7I100RMnoSa5fDqpJlBJg/viewform?gxids=7757
If you need any help or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crislip at [email protected] or call 216.529.4346

 

Anyone in the cast or crew of “Twelfth Night” should plan to attend the read through this Friday, September 25 at 12:00 noon. Zoom link is in Google Classroom!  Classroom code is 7mxcesp

Boys’ Basketball UPDATE – If you are interested in playing boys’ basketball for Lakewood High School this season, please fill out the attached form: https://forms.gle/AX1QawbVXQxvwZSXA

 

 The Lakewood High School yearbook staff is already hard at work creating the 2021 Cinema.  Although it may look a little different from past yearbooks, we still plan to cover the year as best as we can.  Because of our current distance-learning situation, we are in need of pictures.  If you have any pictures from fall sports, band, cheerleading, clubs or anything else school-related we are asking you to share them with us.

In addition, we are planning a section on distance learning and need pictures from students and staff pictured in their distance-learning environment. Please help us out.  Email any pictures you would like to share to [email protected].

 

 

Wednesday September 23, 2020

Anyone in the cast or crew of “Twelfth Night” should plan to attend the read through this Friday, September 25 at 12:00 noon. Zoom link is in Google Classroom!  Classroom code is 7mxcesp

Boys’ Basketball UPDATE – If you are interested in playing boys’ basketball for Lakewood High School this season, please fill out the attached form: https://forms.gle/AX1QawbVXQxvwZSXA

 The Lakewood High School yearbook staff is already hard at work creating the 2021 Cinema.  Although it may look a little different from past yearbooks, we still plan to cover the year as best as we can.  Because of our current distance-learning situation, we are in need of pictures.  If you have any pictures from fall sports, band, cheerleading, clubs or anything else school-related we are asking you to share them with us.

In addition, we are planning a section on distance learning and need pictures from students and staff pictured in their distance-learning environment. Please help us out.  Email any pictures you would like to share to [email protected].

 

Tuesday September 22, 2020

Anyone in the cast or crew of “Twelfth Night” should plan to attend the read through this Friday, September 25 at 12:00 noon. Zoom link is in Google Classroom!  Classroom code is 7mxcesp

Boys’ Basketball UPDATE – If you are interested in playing boys’ basketball for Lakewood High School this season, please fill out the attached form: https://forms.gle/AX1QawbVXQxvwZSXA

 The Lakewood High School yearbook staff is already hard at work creating the 2021 Cinema.  Although it may look a little different from past yearbooks, we still plan to cover the year as best as we can.  Because of our current distance-learning situation, we are in need of pictures.  If you have any pictures from fall sports, band, cheerleading, clubs or anything else school-related we are asking you to share them with us.

In addition, we are planning a section on distance learning and need pictures from students and staff pictured in their distance-learning environment. Please help us out.  Email any pictures you would like to share to [email protected].

 

Monday September 21, 2020

Boys’ Basketball UPDATE – If you are interested in playing boys’ basketball for Lakewood High School this season, please fill out the attached form and attend an informational Zoom session today September 21 at 3:30pm. You will receive the Zoom link once you’ve completed the Google Form. https://forms.gle/AX1QawbVXQxvwZSXA

 The Lakewood High School yearbook staff is already hard at work creating the 2021 Cinema.  Although it may look a little different from past yearbooks, we still plan to cover the year as best as we can.  Because of our current distance-learning situation, we are in need of pictures.  If you have any pictures from fall sports, band, cheerleading, clubs or anything else school-related we are asking you to share them with us.


In addition, we are planning a section on distance learning and need pictures from students and staff pictured in their distance-learning environment. Please help us out.  Email any pictures you would like to share to [email protected]

 

Thursday September 17, 2020

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually on this Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30pm. Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

Interested in auditioning or working on crew for “Twelfth Night,” the Fall Play?  Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom to get all the information!  The code is 7mxcesp. Audition videos are due this Friday, September 18, so act fast!

Gamers Club & Herpetology Club will not be meeting in person until the 2nd semester at the earliest.  However, please reach out to Mr. Streets at [email protected] for information on joining the Remind group for either club.  New members are always welcome!

We will soon be hosting some online gaming sessions for Gamers Club across various platforms and games.  Herpetology Club will also host a monthly online meeting as well. More information about these sessions will be posted to the Remind groups.

Gamers Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/2d8fh6

Herpetology Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/herpetolo

 

Do you have an interest in pursuing science or math beyond high school? Want to hear from people who did just that? Then Watters Science Seminar is for you!

 Watters Science Seminar is a long-standing club that provides opportunities for top math and science students to interact with area medical professionals, researchers, and other scientists on a monthly basis. This year we will meet virtually on Zoom!

Membership is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors, by online application only. Ask your homeroom teacher or science teacher for more information and the online application. Applications are due this Friday, September 18, contact Mrs. Hubbard at [email protected] if you have any questions.

The links below can be shared with students through homeroom teachers

 Click here for more information.

Click here for the application.

 

Announcements from the LHS Counseling Department

Welcome Back Everyone!!!

All students please sign into your Naviance Account especially our LHS seniors. Please contact your School Counselor if you have any questions or if your Naviance Account needs to be reset. As a department, we will be scheduling times of availability to assist and support our LHS seniors in their college application process.

 

All LHS students please sign into the LHS Counseling Google Classroom.

Our codes are listed below by grade level:

9th: sye6bwe

10th: piutxr7

11th: wclyykp

12th: xxaxvda

 

Please join and follow the LHS Counseling Department on social media

Facebook: LHS School Counseling Department

Twitter: @LHSCounselorOH

 

Wednesday September 16, 2020

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually on this Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30pm. Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

Interested in auditioning or working on crew for “Twelfth Night,” the Fall Play?  Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom to get all the information!  The code is 7mxcesp. Audition videos are due this Friday, September 18, so act fast!

Gamers Club & Herpetology Club will not be meeting in person until the 2nd semester at the earliest.  However, please reach out to Mr. Streets at [email protected] for information on joining the Remind group for either club.  New members are always welcome!

We will soon be hosting some online gaming sessions for Gamers Club across various platforms and games.  Herpetology Club will also host a monthly online meeting as well. More information about these sessions will be posted to the Remind groups.

Gamers Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/2d8fh6

Herpetology Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/herpetolo

 

Do you have an interest in pursuing science or math beyond high school? Want to hear from people who did just that? Then Watters Science Seminar is for you!

 Watters Science Seminar is a long-standing club that provides opportunities for top math and science students to interact with area medical professionals, researchers, and other scientists on a monthly basis. This year we will meet virtually on Zoom!

Membership is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors, by online application only. Ask your homeroom teacher or science teacher for more information and the online application. Applications are due this Friday, September 18, contact Mrs. Hubbard at [email protected] if you have any questions.

The links below can be shared with students through homeroom teachers

 Click here for more information.

Click here for the application.

 

Announcements from the LHS Counseling Department

Welcome Back Everyone!!!

All students please sign into your Naviance Account especially our LHS seniors. Please contact your School Counselor if you have any questions or if your Naviance Account needs to be reset. As a department, we will be scheduling times of availability to assist and support our LHS seniors in their college application process.

 

All LHS students please sign into the LHS Counseling Google Classroom.

Our codes are listed below by grade level:

9th: sye6bwe

10th: piutxr7

11th: wclyykp

12th: xxaxvda

 

Please join and follow the LHS Counseling Department on social media

Facebook: LHS School Counseling Department

Twitter: @LHSCounselorOH

 

Tuesday September 15, 2020

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually on this Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30pm. Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

Interested in auditioning or working on crew for “Twelfth Night,” the Fall Play?  Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom to get all the information!  The code is 7mxcesp. Audition videos are due this Friday, September 18, so act fast!

Gamers Club & Herpetology Club will not be meeting in person until the 2nd semester at the earliest.  However, please reach out to Mr. Streets at [email protected] for information on joining the Remind group for either club.  New members are always welcome!

We will soon be hosting some online gaming sessions for Gamers Club across various platforms and games.  Herpetology Club will also host a monthly online meeting as well. More information about these sessions will be posted to the Remind groups.

Gamers Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/2d8fh6

Herpetology Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/herpetolo

 

Do you have an interest in pursuing science or math beyond high school? Want to hear from people who did just that? Then Watters Science Seminar is for you!

 Watters Science Seminar is a long-standing club that provides opportunities for top math and science students to interact with area medical professionals, researchers, and other scientists on a monthly basis. This year we will meet virtually on Zoom!

Membership is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors, by online application only. Ask your homeroom teacher or science teacher for more information and the online application. Applications are due this Friday, September 18, contact Mrs. Hubbard at [email protected] if you have any questions.

The links below can be shared with students through homeroom teachers

 Click here for more information.

Click here for the application.

 

Announcements from the LHS Counseling Department

Welcome Back Everyone!!!

All students please sign into your Naviance Account especially our LHS seniors. Please contact your School Counselor if you have any questions or if your Naviance Account needs to be reset. As a department, we will be scheduling times of availability to assist and support our LHS seniors in their college application process.

 

All LHS students please sign into the LHS Counseling Google Classroom.

Our codes are listed below by grade level:

9th: sye6bwe

10th: piutxr7

11th: wclyykp

12th: xxaxvda

 

Please join and follow the LHS Counseling Department on social media

Facebook: LHS School Counseling Department

Twitter: @LHSCounselorOH

 

 

Monday September 14, 2020

Art Club & National Art Honor Society will meet virtually on this Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30pm. Join our google classroom for more information, class code: fbvwag7

Interested in auditioning or working on crew for “Twelfth Night,” the Fall Play?  Join the Barnstormers Google Classroom to get all the information!  The code is 7mxcesp. Audition videos are due this Friday, September 18, so act fast!

Gamers Club & Herpetology Club will not be meeting in person until the 2nd semester at the earliest.  However, please reach out to Mr. Streets at [email protected] for information on joining the Remind group for either club.  New members are always welcome!

We will soon be hosting some online gaming sessions for Gamers Club across various platforms and games.  Herpetology Club will also host a monthly online meeting as well. More information about these sessions will be posted to the Remind groups.

Gamers Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/2d8fh6

Herpetology Club Remind: https://www.remind.com/join/herpetolo

 

Do you have an interest in pursuing science or math beyond high school? Want to hear from people who did just that? Then Watters Science Seminar is for you!

 Watters Science Seminar is a long-standing club that provides opportunities for top math and science students to interact with area medical professionals, researchers, and other scientists on a monthly basis. This year we will meet virtually on Zoom!

Membership is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors, by online application only. Ask your homeroom teacher or science teacher for more information and the online application. Applications are due this Friday, September 18, contact Mrs. Hubbard at [email protected] if you have any questions.

The links below can be shared with students through homeroom teachers

 Click here for more information.

Click here for the application.

 

Announcements from the LHS Counseling Department

Welcome Back Everyone!!!

All students please sign into your Naviance Account especially our LHS seniors. Please contact your School Counselor if you have any questions or if your Naviance Account needs to be reset. As a department, we will be scheduling times of availability to assist and support our LHS seniors in their college application process.

 

All LHS students please sign into the LHS Counseling Google Classroom.

Our codes are listed below by grade level:

9th: sye6bwe

10th: piutxr7

11th: wclyykp

12th: xxaxvda

 

Please join and follow the LHS Counseling Department on social media

Facebook: LHS School Counseling Department

Twitter: @LHSCounselorOH

 

 

Thursday September 10, 2020

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team should contact Mr. Sedlak. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 11 at 3:30.  Mr. Sedlak will send you the links necessary to enter the Zoom Room for our first get together.  If you think you “know stuff”, come join us.

 

Join Lakewood High Schools Barnstormer Drama Club!  Barnstormers Drama Club IShappening this year!

Our first virtual meeting is this Friday, September 11 at 12:00 noon.  Join google classroom 7mxcesp.

 

The SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN virtual college visit is Friday, September 18 from 1pm to 2pm. Email Mrs. Hansen for the zoom meeting link.

 

 

Wednesday September 9, 2020

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team should contact Mr. Sedlak. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 11 at 3:30.  Mr. Sedlak will send you the links necessary to enter the Zoom Room for our first get together.  If you think you “know stuff”, come join us.

 

Join Lakewood High Schools Barnstormer Drama Club!  Barnstormers Drama Club IShappening this year!

Our first virtual meeting is this Friday, September 11 at 12:00 noon.  Join google classroom 7mxcesp.

 

The SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN virtual college visit is Friday, September 18 from 1pm to 2pm. Email Mrs. Hansen for the zoom meeting link.

 

Tuesday September 8, 2020

Anyone interested in joining the Academic Challenge Team should contact Mr. Sedlak. Our first meeting will be this Friday, September 11 at 3:30.  Mr. Sedlak will send you the links necessary to enter the Zoom Room for our first get together.  If you think you “know stuff”, come join us.

 

Join Lakewood High Schools Barnstormer Drama Club!  Barnstormers Drama Club IS happening this year!

Our first virtual meeting is Friday, September 11.  Join google classroom 7mxcesp.

 

The SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN virtual college visit is Friday, September 18 from 1pm to 2pm. Email Mrs. Hansen for the zoom meeting link.