ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION IN OUR
YOUR IDEAS ARE IMPORTANT!!
Community Dialogue #1 (Monday, October 6----6-8 p.m. LHS Cafeteria) Enter door #5
Members/Parents Invited to School Community Dialogue #1
This meeting will impact the future educational
direction taken by the school district.
Building on the success of the first Futures Conference
held Sept. 2, Lake Local Schools invite more community members and parents to
attend the upcoming Community Dialogue #1.
During this meeting attendees will be asked to share
their thoughts and opinions about the following:
Educational Delivery Methods (online, career tech, etc.)
“This first Community Dialogue is critical in determining Lake Local
School District’s future. We need our community to help identify the kinds
of buildings and classrooms used by our students, where the buildings should be
located, and the size of the classrooms. Our schools are a direct
reflection of our community, and our students’ future depends on how well we
prepare them,” said Lake Local Schools Superintendent Jeff Wendorf.
“Listening to you is critical in determining what future decisions will
be made for our schools – your participation in these Community Collaboration
sessions is imperative. Parents whose
children are currently enrolled in the schools are an especially valuable group
that we’d like to see attend. Join us
Oct. 6 and offer your opinions as to how we can better serve you and your
children during the years ahead.”
PARENT INFORMATION MEETING FOR CLASS TRIPS
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14
6:00PM FOR 7TH GRADE TRIP TO WASHINGTON, D.C.
7:00PM FOR 8TH GRADE TRIP TO PHILADELPHIA, PA
LAKE MIDDLE SCHOOL GYM
Community Dialogue #2 (November 18----6-8 p.m. LHS Cafeteria))
to the community, get feedback
via questionnaire. Options
will be complete with strengths and challenges developed by the steering
committee and tax
Student Transportation Handbook has been approved and is now on our transportation webpage (PDF format) for you to use. Click on the parent tab at the top of this page - Click on Transportation - Click on student handbook -Please
refer to the handbook regarding most of student / parent related
questions……you are always welcome to contact the Transportation office
330-877-4275 as well.
STUDENT ILLNESS/ CALL OFF 1. Parents are to report their child's absence from school by phone by 8:00 a.m. to (330) 877-4290. They may call and simply report this to the answering machine or the school secretary. (guardian name, student name, day of absence, reason for absence and his/her grade)
2. If no call off was made, the student should have the parent or guardian write an excuse giving student name, grade, date, days of absence, reason for absence and his/her signature which is to be submitted to the main office upon the student's return.
NOTE: If a personal illness requires medical attention, please forward a copy of the certificate of the doctor. The student will report to the main office with his/her "Medical Excuse" after which a special medical admission slip will be issued. This serves to notify teachers and attendance officers that the absence was medically excused.
3. The student should ask all teachers for make-up work. Assignments that are not made up will be reflected in their grade. Each student is responsible for seeing that all make-up work is completed.