DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
9/1/15 Are you interested in IT or Business? If so come join the Lakota East INTERALLIANCE at thekickoff meeting after school on September 11 in Room 200 at the Main Campus.
   

8/31/15 Yearbook will be meeting Wednesday 9/2 after school main campus room 252 for training. Please notify Mrs. Breland if you will not be able to attend.
   

8/27/15 Any student interested in joining the LEAF club should meet after school, Tuesday, September 1st in room 119. LEAF stands for Lakota Environmental Advocates Forum and we look at green alternatives for the school and community.
   
  The first French club meeting will be at Main Campus on Thursday, September 3rd in room 200.  Please come to meet the representatives, play some games, and eat some food!  Hope to see you there!
   
  Attention all non-fall athletes that are interested in playing boys basketball. There will be a meeting in Coach Adkins room on Tuesday September gth at 4:00
p.m. In order to participate in fall workouts you must have a physical on file and all proper paperwork filled out on final forms. Players will be on the track/weight room on day 1. Please stop by Coach Adkins room this week to pick up necessary paperwork.
   
  If you are interested in becoming a doctor, or working in the medical field, go to the medical club of America. Every week we'll do case studies and learn about jobs in the medical field. We'll meet on Tuesday every two weeks from 3-3:30 at room 283 in the art wing of the school. If you have any questions ask Mr. Williams. Club cards are required. We hope to see you there.
   
  Pew Research Center and "The Chicago Tribune" have deemed Millennials the "tolerant" generation. Spark is exploring to what extent this characterization is true. Please join the Spark staff for a conversation about multicultural relations among Millennials on Wednesday in room 118.
   

8/26/15 Attention Students. Come to this week’s Junior State meeting Friday after school in room 127. Our topic is police brutality. Bring your club card.
   
  The Spanish club will meet Wednesday, September 2nd after school in the cafeteria.  We will be nominating officers for the year.  If you are interested in joining the Spanish club, please come with your club card and a bag of chips and a jar of salsa.
   
  The first meeting of the Drama Club will be held after school on September 3, from 2:45-3:45 in the Main Campus auditorium.  We will be discussing plans for the year and holding an audition workshop to prepare for the fall children’s show, Schoolhouse Rock, Live!  Bring your club card!
   

8/24/15 Preseason Conditioning will begin today (Monday, August 24th) for all interested in Wrestling this season and who are not playing a fall sport.  We meet at the main campus weight room on Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays and at the Wrestling Room on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 p.m.
   
  Science Olympiad will be having its first meeting this Friday, August 28 in room 251 at 2:50.  All students interested are welcome to attend.
   

8/20/15 Gay straight alliance is having its first meeting to kick off the school year with a bang next Wednesday, August 26th after school in Room 226 at the Main Campus! There will be games, fun people, and SNACKS! Anyone and everyone who is interested is welcome, so don't be shy! Come have a great time with this super inclusive group and see what we're all about!  See you next Wednesday!
   

8/19/15 Interested in doing some community outreach? Student Government is having our first meeting for anyone interested in hearing what we are about.  It will be Wednesday the 26th, after school in the café.  You will not need a club card for this meeting.
   
  Hey Seniors, would you like to have a say in this year’s Homecoming Dance?  Come join the Homecoming Committee! Our first meeting will be after school in room 113 Tuesday, August 25th.  If you have any questions, please come see Ms. Dennis or Mrs. Schneider.
   
  Attention Students. Come to room 127 this Friday after school for the first Junior Statesman of America meeting. JSA is a debate and discussion club.  This week we will be discussing whether the death penalty should be abolished. We will have free pizza and cookies. You don’t have to speak to come have fun!
   

8/18/15 Latin Club will have its first meeting Monday, August 24th, at 2:45 in the café.  Come learn about all the fun activities planned for the year.  See you there!
   
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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.

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