5/21/15 All students taking AP Studio Drawing need to see Ms. Augutis in room 282 for the Summer Packet.

5/19/15 Attention Students: It is not too late to order your yearbook! Simply go to www.jostens.com and place your order for the Lakota East High School Yearbook 2015. It is $75 and will be mailed to your homes in early October. Do not miss your chance, no extra books are ordered. Last date to place orders on line are June 2015. Any questions please contact Mrs. Breland.

5/18/15 AP Environmental Science students - be sure to pick up your summer packet from Mr. Folta in room 119.

5/11/15 The last Spanish club meeting of the year will be Monday, May 18th after school.  We will be eating Chipotle and playing games.  Sign up with Sra. Cantrell or Sra. Chapman to order your Chipotle by Friday, May, 15th.  $7 cash must be paid when you place your order.  We will meet on Main Street before going outside.
  The Art Club will meet this Wednesday after school until 4:00.  We will be setting up for the school art show.
  The French Club will be having its final meeting of the year this Thursday, May 14th in the café.  We will be eating pizza, playing games, and we will draw for a  special prize basket.  Hope to see you there!!

5/7/15 Congratulations to Margie Kammerer and Tessa Daniels for winning top art scholarships for their paintings in the Artists Reaching Classroom program. Margie won the first place $2,000 scholarship and Tessa won the 3rd place $1,000 scholarship. Their works were selected among 12 high schools in the program with 84 artworks in the show. You can view these paintings on display this week at the Cincinnati Main Library.

4/24/15 The Art Club will be meeting next week on Tuesday and Wednesday from 2:45-4:00 to do a photo transferring process.  You will need to be in attendance both days to create your projects.
  Yearbook meeting Thursday afterschool main campus room 129. Please plan on attending only 4 more meetings!

4/21/15 The Spanish Club will meet in room 237 after school on Monday, April 27th.  We will announce the new members of the Spanish National Honor Society and we will have a fiesta de tacos.  Please see your Spanish teacher to sign up to bring an ingredient.

4/20/15 Congratulations to Tessa Daniels, Mae Gloeckner, and Binta Toure. Their artworks won an Honorable Mention at the 2015 Congressional Art Show Awards ceremony yesterday at the Middletown Art Center. Their work is on display among other art students for the next 2 weeks.

4/17/15 Seniors - A list of candidates for the Honors Diploma is posted in both of the Student Services offices.  If you believe you are a candidate and have any questions about your status, please contact your guidance counselor.
  The next meeting of the Drama Club will be Wednesday, April 22, after school in the Main Campus Auditorium.  We will be discussing membership of the Thespian society, summer camp, our end-of-year celebration, and plans for next year’s shows!  Hope to see you there.

4/16/15 Attention Seniors - Auditions will be held after school in the Auditorium on April 27th for anyone interested in being a speaker or musician for Graduation and Baccalaureate.  The speech and song categories for Baccalaureate are:  Friends, Family, and Future.  The At-Large speech for Graduation should be a celebration of your time at East.  Those wishing to tryout need to sign up for a time in the Hawk Unit office, and then on the day of auditions, bring 5 copies of your 3-4 minute speech or the accompanying music for your song.
  The French Club will be having a meeting on Thursday, April 23rd in the Café.  Wear old shirts, we will be painting outside and eating beignets  (ben yays) .  Hope to see you there!

4/14/15 Congratulations to Cooper Towns, Dylan Tenerowicz, Zach Schroeder, Scott Sabelhaus, Jack McClary, Chester Lindner, Sara Liang, and Jake Haan who recently competed in the TSA TEAMS engineering competition.  It was announced yesterday that after the first round of scoring, they are ranked FIRST in the state of Ohio.  Team members will find out later this month, if their second round scoring qualifies them for participation in the Best in Nation competition in Dallas in June.
  Congratulations to Paige Bentley, Chloe Casseday, John McAlister, Drake Samuels for their perfect papers on the National Latin Exam!!!

4/13/15 There is an Operation Hawks meeting Wednesday after school in room 212, Mr.Lindeman room, right after school.  We will be discussing the Flying Pigs Marathon and end of year activities.

4/7/15 Beginning this Friday and every Friday thereafter, the Lakota East Chess team will hold Open Boards after school in room 233.   Open Boards are an opportunity for anyone interested in chess to play, discover new moves and learn various strategies.   So if you enjoy chess, be in Room 233, Friday after school.
  Any boys interested in trying out for the boy’s soccer team next fall, there will be a player’s meeting Thursday, April 16th at 3:15PM in room 200.

4/6/15 The East J. Kyle Braid Leadership Group selected the following sophomore student-athletes as award recipients for 2015:  Ekene Azuka, Tyler Englert, Winston Owens, Kaitlyn Rhodes, Payton Souders, and Aaron Wade.  These students were selected for exhibiting strong leadership qualities.  They will spend a week at Monmouth College in Illinois this summer and experience a full range of leadership training both in the classroom and through various activities.  Congratulations to these outstanding sophomores. 

3/25/15 Students planning on taking a College Credit Plus math class at University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash must take the math placement test for UC. The test will be administered April 15 at East and April 21 at West at 3:00 PM. Sign up for the test is in the guidance office. This does not apply to students who have previously taken a math class at UC. Students must have completed the College Credit Plus intent form due April 1 and applied to UC’s College Credit Plus program.

3/23/15 The Spanish club’s annual trip to El Rancho Grande is this Thursday, the 26th.  We will meet in front of the cafeteria on Main Street right after school.  If you haven’t turned in a permission form yet, you can get a copy from your Spanish teacher.  You must turn in this form or bring it with you to be able to go to El Rancho.
  Interested in Trying out for East Cheerleading?  Visit the East Athletic Website to download the tryout packet.  There will be a mandatory Pre-tryout meeting scheduled for Monday April 20th and tryouts are Monday April 27th through Wednesday April 29th  Download the packet for further details and to get all the forms that will need to be turned in at the meeting on the 20th. 
  Hey seniors are you ready for the East vs. West powder-puff football game on May 9th? Any senior girls interested in participating in powder-puff this year or males interested in cheerleading during the half time show can sign up through April 10th in the ATHLETIC office. It is $10 to play and we’re looking for another East victory! For more information check the athletic office or see Ryann Sherman.

3/16/15 Lakota East Art Department is extremely proud to announce the 2015 State Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition Winners. Margie Kammerer has 2 pieces selected to be in the State Exhibition and Baylie Scherer has one piece that will be on display. These student’s artworks will be on display at the James Rhodes State Office Tower starting April 12 among all of the top winners in Ohio. Congratulations!
  The Art Club will meet Wednesday and Thursday this week from 2:45-4:00 in room 281.  
  Congratulations to Margie Kammerer for winning 2 National Scholastic Silver Key awards for her paintings! She will be honored at Carnegie Hall in NY city on June 10th. This is a tremendous honor!
  Interested in pursuing a degree in Engineering and want to learn more about the various majors, careers, and industries you could be a part of with such a degree? Students and Alumni from The Ohio State University College of Engineering will be here Friday, March 20th from 3-4 PM  in room 200 showcasing a number of projects from a variety of engineering fields. Projects include a small-scale robot fit for robotics competitions, a mechanical nebulizer designed to treat respiratory illnesses without electricity, and a computer simulated, vehicle multi-body dynamics model of a car suspension system. Things will wrap up with an overview of all that Engineering has to offer as well as a Q&A session to answer any questions you may have about Engineering or Ohio State in general.
  Attention Students interested in taking Summer PE, Credit Recovery or Advanced Credit Courses:  Registration is open from now until April 30th.  Students can register for all classes through their EZpay accounts.  Please visit the Secondary Summer School website for additional information.  Please contact your Guidance Counselor with any questions.

3/11/15 The Gay-Straight Alliance will meet Wednesday the 18th in Ms. Foldy's room, 226, to tie-dye GSA shirts! If you aren't tie-dying, you're still encouraged to come to join in some fun. Make sure to bring your shirts. Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be provided, so make sure to be there!

3/9/15 Tickets for prom will be on sale starting April 7th.  From April 7 thru April 10 prom tickets are $40 and after prom $20. Package deal will be $50 a savings of $10. Starting April 13th prices will rise to $50 for prom and $25 for after prom. Package price $65 a $10 savings. LAST DAY TO BUY TICKETS WILL BE APRIL 15TH DURING LUNCH!!  NO EXCEPTIONS!!
  Lakota East Z Club will be hosting the 4th annual "East Idol" next Thursday March 19th at 6:30 in the main campus auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door and are $4 for students and $5 for adults. Make sure to come out and vote for your favorite singer!S!!

3/9/15 The Art Department is proud to announce that we had 15 Regional Winners in the Ohio Youth Governors Art Exhibition over the weekend. Now their works will go on to be judged at the State Level. Way to go East Art students!
  The Art Club will be meeting on Wednesday to continue painting the IKEA dressers.  We will be meeting from 2:45-4:00.
  Jordyn Bruce, Rachel Carpenter, Nick DeWitt, Marissa Miller and Binta Toure exhibited their photos in the 2015 Montgomery Photo Contest, which is the oldest photo contest in the Cincinnati area.  A special congratulations goes out to Binta Toure for winning the student category with one of her photographs!  C ngratulations to all 5 students that participated

2/27/15 The next meeting of the Drama Club will be Thursday, March 5, at 2:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  We will be discussing backstage needs for our upcoming musical, Cinderella.  Bring your club card!
  The LEAF club will meet in room 119 after school on Tuesday.  Anyone interested in joining is welcome to attend, too.

2/26/15 Attention students currently taking an AP course—AP Test Registration will run from March 2—March 17.  You will receive a Registration Form from your AP teacher.  Additional forms can be picked up from the Thunderhawk Unit office.  All AP tests are $91.  Registration forms and payment MUST be turned in to the Thunderhawk Unit office NO LATER than 3:00pm on Tuesday, March 17.  Please see your AP teacher or Ms. Kohler with any questions.

2/25/15 Any student interested in trying out for the 2015 LEHS Men’s Tennis team needs to stop by room 260 ASAP to  pick up important try-out and season information from Coach Mahlerwein.

2/10/15 Any boy interested in playing volleyball this spring, there is open gyms every Tuesday in February at East Freshman Gym from 5:30-7PM.  No experience necessary.  Earn your gym credit and be part of a sports team.  See you there!

1/29/15 Congratulations to Julia Kuhr. Her poster will represent this year’s 2015 Martin Luther King Art, Essay & Multi-Media winner for first in the state in the 10th grade. She will be honored in Columbus by The Ohio Civil Rights Commission for her poster design the end of this February in Columbus, Ohio.

1/28/15 The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, February 4th after school in the cafeteria.  We will be making Valentines for Meals on Wheels and eating tons of chocolate.  All members must bring either chocolate candy or baked goods to share.

1/27/15 Looking for a fun evening out with your friends?  Enjoy romantic comedies?  Looking for an easy date idea as Valentine’s Day looms?  Come see Lakota East’s winter play, Almost, Maine.  Showtimes are 7:30 pm on Thursday, February 5, Friday, February 6, and Saturday, February 7.  Tickets are $10 and are available at the door.  Hope to see you there!

1/13/15 The next French is meeting is Thursday, January 22nd at 2:45 in room 227 at the Main Campus.  We will be eating crepes and watching a film in French.
  Juniors and Seniors - the US Army is sponsoring an essay contest this month, in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr's birthday. The essay topic: Pick an influential African American military persona and write a two page paper on that person's influence and how they, through their military service, advanced the cause of civil rights. Essays is to be two pages in length, typed in 12 point Times New Roman font. As an incentive, the US Army is giving an Amazon Kindle to the winner. The essay's will be due on January 21st and the winner will be announced on January 23rd. For those interested, please turn your essay in to East Student Services office.

The next Be the Difference program will be held on Friday, January 30.  If you are interested in Be the Difference and have not participated in the past, there is an opportunity to apply to participate through Naviance.  Please log-in to your Naviance account and complete the survey listed under the About Me tab.  All surveys must be completed by Wednesday, January 14 for consideration.  Students will be notified the week of January 20th if chosen to participate.  Please see Ms. Kohler or your Guidance Counselor with any questions.
Congratulations to all of the students who received awards in the 2015 Scholastic Art competition.  Lakota High School received 27 Honorable mentions and 8 Silver Keys.  11 Gold Keys were awarded to Kevin Brady, Tessa Daniels, Joanna Hanley, Margie Kammerer, Alisha Mason and Joshua Sieber.  A special congratulation goes to Margie Kammerer who also received the American Visions Award! You can view the artwork in the official exhibition at the Art Academy of Cincinnati in Over The Rhine beginning January 23.
Do you like to Speak?  Do you like to compete?  Do you like cash prizes?  The Rotary Speech Contest is here.  Create a 4 – 6 minute speech, present it and you may have the stuff to win….the introductory meeting will be held January 22 in room 128 .  We won last year, so let’s win it again!!!!

Butler Tech (all locations) will have a sophomore open house on Thursday, January 15th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. 
Signing Day information is available for all students who will be participating in athletics at the collegiate level next year. Student athletes are asked to stop by the athletic office to pick up the informational packet for the signing day ceremony that will take place on February 4, 2015. Please see Mr. Bryant with any questions.
There will be a SALT meeting on TUESDAY, Jan. 13th at 7:30 in ROOM #144.   We are going to discuss our Winter/Spring Leadership Conference

Lend a helping hand to the orphans at One Way Farm this month by making simple donations of cat food and kitty litter. NHS and Operation Hawks will collect these donations during lunch starting tomorrow, Jan 6, up till Jan 16. Every donation counts and makes a big difference in these children's lives so make sure to help out!
Any girl interested in playing Softball this spring should plan on attending our training sessions which are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00-6:00pm at the high school. We will meet by the weight room each day.

Interested in engineering as a career?  Would you like to find out the difference in various engineering fields?  Attend an informational session during XH in Room 200 on Wednesday, January 7th to learn about P&G engineering internship opportunities. Applications are available on the school website and are due to Ms. Coats-Haan in Room 266 BEFORE school on Friday, January 9th.  No applications will be accepted after 8:05 am.

The Spanish club will meet Monday, December 15th after school in the cafeteria.  We will be decorating holiday cookies and playing holiday Bingo.  Every member needs to sign up with their Spanish teacher to bring food for this meeting.

The next meeting of the Drama Club will be Tuesday, December 16, from 2:45-3:45 in the Main Campus Choir room.  Our focus will be preparations for the spring musical, Cinderella.  If you are thinking of auditioning, please come to this important audition workshop!
All Boys interested in joining the defending GMC and regional champion Boy's Volleyball program should attend any or all of the following open gyms from 5:30-7 at the freshmen building. All skill levels are welcome.All athletes need to have an EMA and current physical on file before participating.If you have any questions please contact Head Coach Brittney Starkey at starkeybl@gmail.com. Click here for the full list of dates.
Latin Club is going to The Web for laser tag this Friday, 12/12.  Sign up with your local Latin teacher.
The Gay straight alliance will be having a guest speaker on Wednesday after school in the auditorium. Everyone is encouraged to come and listen to JAC Stringer, Founder and Director of Programming and Activism at Heartland Trans Wellness Group. Keep an open mind and don't miss it this Wednesday after school!

The next French Club meeting will take place on Thursday, December 11th in the MC café. For our holiday celebration, sophomores are invited to bring drinks, juniors savory food, seniors desserts. If you would like to order a club shirt, bring your order form and $15. Remember that Dec 11 is the deadline to order. If you have gently used winter clothing that you would like to donate to Reach out Lakota, please bring it to the meeting as well. Let’s have a great turnout to kick off the holidays

The Art Club will be meeting on Wednesday, December 3rd after school until 4:00 in room 281.  We will be doing an activity to help Reach Out Lakota's Holiday Adopt-A-Child Program.  We will also discuss our holiday event that will take place the week before winter break.

ASVAB test will be administered here at East on December 12th.  If you are interested in taking the ASVAB please sign up in the East Unit Student Services Office.

There will be a French Club meeting on Thursday, November 20th, from 2:45-4:00 in the Main Campus café. Please bring a drink to share. If you plan on ordering a club T-shirt, bring $15 and your order form. There will be extra forms if you misplaced yours. We look forward to seeing you there.

There will be a Track and Field meeting on Wednesday November 19 in Room 200, main campus, after school for anyone interested in running track this year.  We will discuss Winter workouts and Spring Schedules. Also how forms need to be filled out for track season.
The Spanish Club will meet Wednesday, November 19th after school in the cafeteria.  We will be playing board games and eating.  All seniors should bring a 2-liter, all juniors should bring a salty snack, and all freshmen and sophomores should bring a sweet snack.
Attention current Mu Alpha Theta members:  We will have our first meeting Tuesday, November 18 after school in room 235.  We will be discussing officer position, hours requirements, and Mu activities for the 2014-2015 year.  See you there!!  If you cannot make the meeting, please see Señora Bresnen in room 235 during XH on Wednesday, November 19 or Thursday, November 20.

The next meeting of the Drama Club will be on Wednesday, November 19, after school in the Main Campus auditorium.  The meeting will last until 3:30, and will focus on auditions for the upcoming winter play, Almost, Maine.
Counselors will be available during Extra Help on Wednesday and Thursday this week to help any student with Naviance and college and career work.  Come to Computer Lab 287 above the Media Center during Extra Help. This is a great opportunity for seniors to get help on college applications and for juniors and sophomores to work on their assigned tasks in Naviance.

Attention Students: come to room 127 after school Friday for this week’s JSA meeting! We will discuss whether we need student dress codes. Bring your club card.

Butler Tech presentations will take place Wednesday and Thursday in the theater during XH for all sophomores based on room. Wednesday will be rooms on the 1st floor except room 189, Thursday rooms on the 2nd and room 189. Please plan accordingly.
Chess Team Practice today has been cancelled and rescheduled for Monday, November 3 after school.    So once again, no chess practice today, but we will meet after school this Monday
Do you need community service hours?  Are you artisitic? See Mr. Dornan in room 281 about painting the Junie B. Jones set on either Wednesday, November 5th or Thursday, November 6th after school
If you like painting faces and you need community service hours..... see Mr. Dornan in room 281 to sign up for a slot to paint faces at the Art Club booth during the Lakota East Craft Show.
Do you love to play trivia games?  Have you dreamed of being on jeopardy like East alumni and former quiz team captain, Sunil Hari? Would you like to get a varsity letter for the price of a club card?  Then, attend the organizational meeting for academic quiz team on Thursday, November 6th in Room 266 from 2:45-3:30.

Attention Students. Are you interested in politics and debating? Come to this week’s JSA meeting in room 127 after school. Bring your club card.

The Art Club is hosting their pumpkin carving event this Wednesday from 2:45-4:00 in room 281.  The first 30 students to sign up with Ms. Augutis or Mr. Dornan will receive a free pumpkin for the event.  We look forward to seeing you all there!
The Spanish Club will meet this Thursday in the cafeteria for the Amazing Race.  All sophomores need to bring a salty snack, all juniors need to bring a sweet snack, and all seniors need to bring a drink.
Yearbook will resume this Thursday after school in room 252. Please plan on attending!
The Latin Club Halloween Party is this Thursday, October 30, from 2:45-3:30 in the café.  Please bring a bag of your favorite candy to share.  See you there!

The next meeting for the Literary Guild will be after school next Tuesday,October 28th in Room 150. If you would like to decorate a mini pumpkin, bring in $1that day, and we will have one provided for you. Also, if you are interested in submitting a t-shirt design,it is due by the next meeting! We will be voting on the designs before decorating pumpkins. Hope to see you at our Halloween meeting!
Congratulations to these students for having their work selected for the 2014 Xavier University Juried Art Show:
Chloe Casseday
Nina Celesti
Tessa Daniels
Joanna Hanley
Brooke Hill
Margie Kammerer
Brianna Marshall
Aisha Mason
Garret Murtaugh​
Their work will be on display on Xavier's campus from November 7th- 25th for visitors to view.  Good job and keep up the good work.

The French Club will be holding a meeting at the Main Campus on Thursday, October 30 in room 227. It will begin around 2:50 and last until 4:00.   There will be a scavenger hunt and a raffle, hope to see you there!

The Lakota East Gymnastics team will be having an information meeting on October 27th at 6:30 pm in Room 200. If you are interested in joining the team, please attend this meeting with your parents. If you have any questions or cannot attend, please contact Coach Sammons at lakotagymnastics@gmail.com
Yearbook meeting canceled for Thursday 10/23 please plan accordingly.
Attention students invited to participate in Be the Difference next Friday, Oct. 31:  A signed form only needs to be returned to the office if you do NOT plan to participate.  All students will be called down to the Gym after morning announcements and attendance.  Students will participate in the event all day and will miss class—you are responsible for missed work!  Pizza will be provided for lunch.  Please see Ms. Kohler with any questions.

Attention anyone interested in Swimming and Diving this year, there will be an informational meeting after school on Wednesday, October 15th in the café.  If you plan on being a part of the swim team this year, you MUST attend this meeting

The next meeting of the Drama Club will take place on Wednesday, October 15, from 2:45-3:30 in the Main Campus Auditorium.  We will talk about our Halloween Service Project, and tech opportunities for Junie B Jones.  Bring your club card!

The 2014 Homecoming Dance is Saturday October 11th from 8 -11pm! Bring your ID, and purchase your ticket, available outside of the cafeteria during lunch periods for $20.  Wednesday October 8th is the last day tickets are sold. If you are planning a guest who doesn’t attend East, you must have a completed guest form at the time of purchase.
A reminder that homecoming tickets are now on sale during lunch. Tickets are $20 a piece and you need to have your ID to buy a ticket. Tickets are on sale through next Wednesday October 8th. No tickets will be sold after this date. Also students bringing a guest from another school must have the proper guest form filled out before purchasing your tickets. Forms can be found in your unit office or online.

Attention Students: Come to this week’s JSA meeting Friday after school in room 127. We will be discussing multiple topics, and everyone will have a chance to share their opinion.

Dress Days for Homecoming Week of October 6th-10th.
Monday- Roll out of Bed Day
Tuesday- Tye-Dye/Neon
Wednesday- College Shirts/Jerseys
Thursday- Pink Out Day for Breast Cancer Awareness Day
Friday -Spirit Day

Attention Students. Come to room 127 this Friday after school for the next JSA meeting. This week's topic is "Should state testing stop using core subjects to measure intellect?" You must have your club card.

Operation Hawks meets on Wednesday in Room 200 after school, bring Club cards. We will be voting on Dress days for Homecoming and kicking off our fundraiser, so bring your phone lists.

Congratulations to all who auditioned for Junie B Jones, The Musical.  The cast list is posted in the Freshman Campus office, and on the Main Campus Auditorium doors.  If you are in the cast, there is a meeting after school today, from 3-4pm, in the Main Campus choir room.
The French Club will be holding its first meeting next Thursday, September 25th in room 200 from 2:45 until 4:00 at Main Campus.

The Homecoming Game and Dance is just around the corner with means it is time to make nominations for Homecoming Court!  Log on to your Naviance account and take the survey under the “About Me” tab.  The last day for to make your nominations is Thursday.
The Zumba for the Cure committee will meet this Thursday, September 20th in room 230 after school.  If you are interested in helping plan this fun event, please come to this meeting.

Students that are interested in being a part of the prom planning process should attend our first meeting, Thursday, September 18th at 2:40 in room 115. Come prepared with your club card and some creative ideas. Please see Ms. Crenshaw if you have any questions.

The Spanish club will have its first meeting of the year on Wednesday, September 17th after school in the cafeteria.  We will discuss officer nominations.  You must have a club card to attend.

The Lakota East Drama Club will be holding auditions for Junie B. Jones the Musical in the Main Campus music wing on Wednesday, September 17, from 3:00-5:30.  Sign-ups are on the Main Campus auditorium doors and audition packets can be found on the bulletin board in room 181.  See Ms. Statt or Ms. Huddilston with any questions.

There is preseason conditioning for all students that are interested in wrestling this year who are not playing a fall sport.  We meet every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the main campus weight room at 3 p.m. Bring your running shoes.

Latin Club will hold its first meeting Monday, Sept 8 at 2:45 in the café.  There will be food and information about the year’s events.  See you there!

This year’s first Junior State of America meeting will be this Friday after school in room 127. We will discuss our political beliefs, debate, introduce ourselves, and eat pizza! Bring your club card.
  The Environmental Awareness Club will have its first meeting this Thursday after school in room 119. See Mr. Folta for more information.
  Are you interested in business and technology? Do you want opportunities to build your professionalism, leadership, and network? Do you want a chance to see the business world from an inside perspective and meet local Fortune 500 executives? For all of these experiences and more, come to the NTERalliance kick off meeting September 12 after school in room 200.
  The 1st Operation Hawks meeting will be Tuesday Sept 9 in the Main campus cafeteria at 2:50pm.  This is our Student Government group, anyone that wants to join is welcome.
Assemblies for College-Bound Seniors - The Student Services staff at Lakota East will meet with all college-bound seniors to begin the college application process and to review the use of Naviance in that process. The meeting dates are September 3, 4, 10, and 11 during the Extra Help bells. Each senior will attend on only one of the four dates listed.

Seniors will report to the Theater during their Extra Help bell. View the list of Extra Help bells and teachers here to see the date that each classroom is assigned to attend.  These meetings are mandatory for all college-bound seniors. Please plan accordingly. The session will take the entire Extra Help bell. Seniors should plan to bring their own technology (laptops, tablets, phones) if they have it available. Seniors will be able to log into Naviance during the presentation. Click here for a full schedule.

There will be a meeting after school in room 214 on September 3rd for any girl wishing to play basketball this year.  This meeting is for any girl who is not currently playing a fall sport.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Phillips in Room 214.
If you are interested in majoring in business at the college level, there is an exciting internship/shadowing opportunity available through Atrium Medical. Experience all aspects of hospital business operations. For more information and applications, come to Room 290 any day between 4th and 6th period or after school and see Mr. Lehman.
There is a meeting in Room 290 at the main campus immediately after school on Tuesday for all individuals that are interested in wrestling this season who are not playing a fall sport. We will discuss the preseason workout schedule and required paperwork.

The first meeting of the Drama Club will take place after school on Wednesday, September 3, in the Main Campus Auditorium.  We will discuss plans for the year, including how to audition for our fall show, Junie B. Jones the Musical.  Bring your friends and your Club Card!

Yearbook will be holding their first meeting Thursday afterschool Main campus in room 252. We should be done by 3:30 pm. All are welcome


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