10/18/16 The Spanish Club will meet Monday, October 24th in the cafeteria after school.  We will be decorating sugar skull cookies and celebrating the Day of the Dead.  Please sign up with your Spanish teacher to bring something to this meeting.


Next prom committee meeting will be Oct. 24 at 2:45pm in the back café.


10/6/16 Attention all students interested in Bowling for Lakota East HS this winter. There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, October 12th in the High School cafeteria. Please make every effort to attend.

10/3/16 Zumba for the Cure is this Friday night from 7 to 9 in the gym.  Grab a group of friends, and come ready to dance in your best Party in Pink outfit and support Hawks for the Cure.  It is $5 for students and $10 for adults.


Swimming and diving information and signup meeting on October 7 @ 3:00 PM in the Community Room. All students interested in swimming and diving and all returning athletes should attend these meetings. Meetings will last approximately 30 minutes.For Questions contact Coach Beck

  FRESHMEN CAMPUS STUDENTS - We will have a swimming and diving information and signup meeting on October 6 @ 2:30 PM in Room 207. All students interested in swimming and diving should attend these meetings. Meetings will last approximately 30 minutes. For Questions contact Coach Beck or Coach Pearce

9/26/16 The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet after school in Mrs. Cantrell’s room, 230, this Thursday, September 29th.  Please bring all raffle donations to this meeting.

9/20/16 The Spanish Club would like to congratulate its new officers for the 2016-17 year.
President: Lexie Adams
Vice President: Mollie Black
Secretary: Michael Kaltman
Treasurer: Danielle Eilerman
Members of the Student Council: Hanane Amlal, Alex Jivoin, Andrew Jivoin, Joshua Knull, Joe Mislansky, Laura Rodriguez, Camila Zelaya and Jon Zimmerman.
Congratulations to all the new officers! You will receive notice of the upcoming officers’ meeting soon.

9/13/16 The next art club meeting will be held on September 21 at the Main Campus in room 281.

9/12/16 Are culture and diversity important to you?  Do you wish to give back to your school community? Join POACA at 7:00am on Wednesday, Sept. 14 in room 266. We will discuss events we have planned for this year, such as a culture show, a basketball tournament and volunteer work at a local refugee center.  Snacks will be provided.


9/7/16 Are you interested in a paid engineering internship?  One that is hands-on and project based? Kinetic Vision is a local engineering design}irm that offers this great opportunity. To learn more, attend a n information session during XH, Wed, 9/14 in room 200 or stop by and see Mrs. Deak in room 121.

9/1/16 Yearbook will be holding a meeting Tuesday  September 6th after school main campus room 129 till 4 pm. Hope to see you all there.

8/30/16 The first art club meeting will be held this Thursday September 1st.  Please join us in room 281 at 2:45-4:00.
  The Zumba for the Cure Committee will meet after school in room 230 on Wednesday September 14th.  If you are interested in helping with Zumba for the Cure, please attend this meeting.  There will be several opportunities for service hours as a part of this committee.

8/29/16 Student of the Month Recognition and Scholarships - The Rotary Club of West Chester/Liberty invites all senior level students at Lakota East and Lakota West High Schools to apply for the Rotary Club scholarships and recognition.  For 8 months, the Rotary Club will select one student from each high school to receive an honorarium including a $250 scholarship, and to be honored at their Friday morning breakfast meeting a Wetherington Country Club.  From the 8 Students of the Month representing each high school, they will select one Student of the Year from each school to receive $2,000 scholarship, instead of $250, from the Rotary Club.

Selection Criteria:
Students are selected based on their community and school activities, and especially, their leadership positions in those activities.  The selection committee also examines an applicant’s academic standing, awards, honors, and work or volunteer experiences.  They are looking for students who exemplify the Rotary Club’s motto of “Service Above Self.”

If you are interested pick up an application from the guidance office.  Applications are to be turned in to Mrs. Roberson no later than September 22nd
  The Spanish Club will meet after school in the cafeteria on Thursday, September 8th.  If you would like to join the Spanish Club, please attend this meeting and bring your club card and a bag of chips or a jar of salsa to share.

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