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#EASTSIDEPRIDE - Great Things Going On At East!
  • THANK YOU
    Thank you to the Freshman and Sophomore Students and Parents that attended Orientation Sessions last week. We had great turn-out at all the presentations and experienced in-depth questions from students and parents alike. Please click on the links below for copies of the slides presented. Freshman Orientation Slides 2016-17    Sophomore Orientation Slides 2016-17 
  • Volunteer Hours over 500 Lakota East Students passed the 500 volunteer hours at the Community Meal Center in Hamilton, a food kitchen serving every Friday! Since last October, 43 volunteers have logged upwards of 570 hours . Congratulations to these Thunderhawks who are taking time to make a difference!
  • Thunderhawk Lives Out Dream On Stage With Cincinnati Pops
    Senior Haley Stevens was invited to sing on stage at Riverbend Music Center with the Cincinnati POPS Symphony Orchestra and Broadway Star Kristin Chenoweth.  Haley and Kristin Chenoweth performed the duet "For Good." It was an amazing experience and a dream come true for Haley since Kristin Chenoweth is her idol. Haley is an active member of the Thunderhawk Choir and Theater Programs!

 

 

 

  • Wrestler Breaks Into National Rankings
    Jon Spaulding, a senior member of the Lakota East Wrestling Team, has moved into the National Rankings coming in at 18th in his weight class. This is a tremendous honor for Jon and is a reflection of his dedication and hard work on the mats.
 
Start of the School Year - We look forward to welcoming everyone back tomorrow! A few reminders......
1 - The Freshman Campus will open daily at 6:45 am for students. The Main Campus will open daily at 7:00 am for students. Please do not drop off your child prior to that time. All students will report to the Cafeteria/Gymnasium at their respective campus upon arrival to school. Freshman Campus Students will have immediate access to their lockers. Main Campus Students will be released to their lockers at 7:50 am.
2 – Students will receive their “official” schedule tomorrow morning. That copy will include locker numbers and combinations for our Juniors and Seniors.
3 - Expect traffic to be extremely heavy the first few days. Please leave plenty of time to get to school, get into the building and to the opening class on time. Traffic flow diagrams are attached below. For the safety of our students, staff and parents, everyone MUST follow the directions we have communicated. NO EXCEPTIONS PLEASE!   East Freshman/Main Campus Traffic Maps 
4 - The buildings will close daily at 3:30 pm. Please make arrangements for your child to have a ride home by 3:30 pm
 
Schedule Changes - Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate most schedule change requests. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
The following are the only reasons schedule changes will be made:
  • Missing a graduation requirement (Seniors)
  • Took a course over the summer and passed
  • Athletes needing 5 solids for eligibility
  • Obvious error on our part (For instance, two English classes)
 
Office Hours - Offices at both East Freshman/Main Campuses are now open Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
 
Emergency Medical Forms (EMF's) - To ensure the safety of our students a completed Emergency Medical Form (EMF) must be completed and returned for every student prior to the start of the school year. A blank copy of the Emergency Medical Form can be found here. Completed Emergency Medical Forms can be returned at Orientation Sessions, when picking up parking passes or in the Main Office. Please DO NOT return to coaches/directors/athletic trainers. In addition, we encourage you to make copies of the completed form as often times needs arise throughout the year for additional EMF’s and this will prevent you from having to complete the form multiple times. This will allow our staff to begin processing paperwork prior to the start of the school year to assure accurate communication.
 
Applications for ABC Pediatric Therapy Fall Internship Due Aug. 30 - Lakota is partnering with the ABC Pediatric Therapy Network to offer a unique field experience program for junior and senior high school students. Select students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on learning experience in the therapy fields. Over the course of three months, six students will rotate among these areas: physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, accounting and billing, patient services, and management and marketing. Rotations begin Sept. 20 and end on Dec. 13. Click on the links below for more information.
 
Fall 2016 Information:
Detailed Description: ABC Pediatric Therapy Internship
ABC Pediatric Therapy Internship Brochure
ABC Pediatric Therapy Internship Student Application
 
#EASTSIDEPRIDE - Great Things Going On At East!
  • Leaf Club Grant
    Congratulations go out to to AP Environmental Science Teacher Mark Folta and members of the LEAF Club on the recent award of a $2000 grant to support the continued beautification of the grounds at Lakota East!
  • Fall Seasons Up and Running
    The grounds of Lakota East are alive once again as members of our fall sports teams and marching band recently started their quest for personal and team excellence. Thanks to our student athletes/musicians for their dedication and to our coaches/directors for commitment to our students!
  • HOSA in Nationals!
    Congratulations to the Thunderhawks that competed in HOSA Nationals this summer. The team provided a strong showing for Lakota East!
 
Lakota East PTSO - Please support our students and their activities by joining PTSO! Your membership dues sponsor student activities and recognition events, scholarships and staff appreciation at Lakota East and East Freshman Campuses.Dues are $15.00. Please make checks payable to the LEHS PTSO. The PTSO membership form with payment may be dropped off at either campus’s Main Office or mailed to:
LEHS, 6840 Lakota Lane, Liberty Township, Ohio 45044, or Lakota East Freshman School, 7630 Bethany Road, Liberty Township, Ohio 45044. Please mark envelope – ATTN: PTSO
 
SUMMER WORK FOR 2016 NOW AVAILABLE - Summer work assignments for the 2016-2017 school year are now posted. Additional subjects and classes will be added as they become available. Please check back on the link for further updates. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
 
 

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Text Message Alerts/Reminders - Through a great program titled Remind, we can provide text message alerts/reminders in a safe, confidential manner. Remind never shows a person's cell number, which means we never see your number and you never see ours. Standard text messaging rates do apply.

How to subscribe:
Send an Individual Text Message for each text message list you’d like to join to: (417) 233-0902

  • Class of 2016 – send message: @lehs2016
  • Class of 2017 – send message: @lehs2017
  • Class of 2018 – send message: @lehs2018
  • Class of 2019 – send message: @lehs2019
Follow instructions you receive via text message to complete your registration and begin receiving text message alerts/reminders


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 - Jennifer Ulland, Associate Principal

7630 Bethany Road | Liberty Township, OH 45044-9583
(513) 588-7700 | Fax: (513) 759-2024 | Attendance: (513) 588-7701

Resource Officer/Safe Schools Hotline

Deputy Doug Hale - Main Campus 
(513) 755-5942 or doug.hale@lakotaonline.com
   
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.
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