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LAKOTA EAST HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN’S CINDERELLA - The magic of Cinderella is coming to Lakota East High School!  Put on your princess dresses and tiaras, grab your Prince Charming, and hop in your carriage for a night where “Impossible” things happen.  Join us for the beloved rags-to-riches fairy tale that is sweeping the nation for the 50th anniversary celebration of the beloved retelling by musical theatre giants Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II.  Famous songs include, “In My Own Little Corner,” “Do I Love You Because You’re Beautiful?” and the hilarious “Stepsisters’ Lament.”

Join us at Lakota East High School’s Liberty Theatre to share in the family friendly fun of Cinderella on April 9 and 10 at 7:30, 11 at 2:30 & 7:30 and 12 at 2:30.  All tickets are $10.  Tickets can be purchased at the door, or online at www.seatyourself.biz/lakotaeasthigh. This show is appropriate for the whole family.
 
Three Lakota Artists Win National Scholastic Art Awards - Winning Pieces Rank among Top 1%...Article
 
Nerf Wars - We have great kids at Lakota East. Unfortunately, this is the time of year when great kids sometimes make bad decisions. This is typically the time for 'Nerf-Wars' to begin. In the interest of keeping communication lines open and our kids safe, I wanted to pass along some information:
  • Nerf-Wars ARE NOT a school sanctioned or organized event.
  • Nerf-Wars include chasing other students around town - in cars - in order to 'shoot' and eliminate the opponent from the game using nerf guns.
  • Lakota East does not condone this activity because of the potential for bad decisions that could put kids in harm's way. Anytime there are kids chasing other kids in cars, we are concerned.
  • Local businesses typically call the school this time of year complaining about carloads of kids in their parking lot. Know that our advice to them is that they get license plate numbers and call the police if there is a problem.
  • Finally, with a heightened awareness on gun violence, having students out in our community with items that even look like real weapons could have dangerous consequences.
While the activity may seem harmless enough, we remain concerned about the decisions our teens make and the potential for car accidents, trespassing charges and at worst a shooting. As always, we wanted to have open communication and make you aware this is going on. We encourage you to have a conversation with your teen about your expectations. None of us want to see any of our students injured or in trouble.
 
HAWK OF THE WEEK - Students at Lakota East High School achieve and accomplish great things every day in a variety of ways.  As an entire staff, we are excited to recognize those students who have shown academic determination and improvement while also modeling superior character and citizenship.  Each week we will be recognizing one student from each grade level who has been nominated by a staff member and selected by the staff Hawk of the Week Committee.
Congratulations to HAWK of the WEEK Students:
  • 9th grade – Ashley Henz nominated for optimism by Mrs. Marks
  • 10th grade – Iman Khan nominated for caring by Mrs. Bresnan
  • 11th grade – Evan Picray nominated for citizenship by Mr. Folta
  • 12th grade – Josh Niederman nominated for caring by Mrs. McLinden
 
#EASTSIDEPRIDE- Great Things Going On At East!
  • Paige Bentley represented Lakota East well at the 2015 Ohio Junior Classical League Convention March 13-14 in Columbus. Over 700 Latin Students gathered to compete in various competitions. Paige placed 1st in Reading Comprehension, 4th in Vocabulary, 5th in Derivatives, 6th in Grammer, 6th in Roman Life and 8th in Latin Recitation. Congratulations to Paige!
  • This past weekend, students and staff volunteered their time to take part in the first Lakota East Shantytown. This community service activity gives students a chance to learn and understand about the plight many homeless individuals face in our community every day. Students had limited food, boxes for living quarters and cold weather to deal with throughout the long night. Organizer Jasmyn Pearl stated 'we were forced to asses our values and gratefulness. We are even more inspired now to continue our efforts in the community to help those in need whether the need is as drastic as sleeping on the streets or living in poverty.' Thank you to staff members John Lindeman, Crissy Lauterbach and Jeff Combs for their support of this powerful project for our students.

                                 

 
Six Lakota Artists Selected for Governor's Exhibition - Winning Pieces Among Top 2.5 Percent in State...Article
 
2015 Lakota High School P&G Math & Science Scholarships...Click here for more information and the application
 
Free Prom Dresses & Salon Services - Are you worried about the cost of a dress and salon services for your daughter attending Prom? Worry no more – The Esther Project can help you! The Esther Project provides FREE Prom dresses, shoes and jewelry to girls who are having trouble affording the mall prices. You can shop for your free dress at Liberty Heights Church* on Saturday, March 14 from 10:00 – 2:00; Wednesday, March 18 from 5:00 – 7:30; Saturday, March 28 from 11:00 – 2:00; or Monday, March 30 from 10:00 – 1:00. There are many gowns in all sizes from which to choose.
If you already have a dress but need help with salon services on the day of the Prom, email theestherproject@libertyheights.org to schedule an appointment.  Based on the high volume of girls that attended the salon day last year, we strongly suggest that you book an appointment time for your salon services. The FREE salon services provided on Prom day include hair, makeup and nails.
We look forward to helping you enjoy this special day with your daughter!
*Liberty Heights Church is located at 7904 Princeton Road – just a few minutes from Lakota East High School. Both the dress shop and the salon day will be located at LHC.
 
Booster Bash 2015 - The Lakota East High School Athletic Boosters are holding their annual Booster Bash fundraising event at Wetherington Country Club on April 25, 2015 from 7:30 - 11:30 pm. The LEHS Athletic Boosters is an organization responsible for raising money which is invested back into the LE Athletic Program by keeping our school equipment and facilities up-to-date. Simply put, 'Keeping the Hawks in the Game.'
The Lakota East Athletics Booster Bash includes a silent and live auction, games and prizes, soft drinks, spirits, appetizers, DJ, dancing, friends and fun! For Tickets contact Eric Dieball at 513-310-3626 or Michelle McDonough at 513-235-0373
 
Cincinnati Children's Internship Available - Applications due April 3, 2015...CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
 
Need a place for your Thunderhawk to go after school? Click the link to view information about the EDGE Teen Center...LINK
 
 

 

Mission Statement

We, the staff of Lakota East High School, will work cooperatively with all segments of our community to prepare students to be responsible and accountable citizens within the school, the community, and the world.

In support of this mission, we are committed to:
  • Providing academically challenging programs and activities in which all students can achieve their potential;
  • Providing students an educational foundation that fosters intellectual, academic, and vocational growth;
  • Creating a safe and respectful learning environment in which student diversity is recognized and appreciated;
  • Maintaining responsible communication with parents, students, staff and community; and
  • Being a positive role model for our students.

 


Main Campus - Suzanna Davis, Principal
6840 Lakota Lane | Liberty Township, OH 45044-9578
(513) 755-7211 | Fax: (513) 759-8633 | Attendance: (513) 759-8615


Freshman Campus - Dr. Stacy Orso, Associate Principal

7630 Bethany Road | Liberty Township, OH 45044-9583
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