In partnership with our families and community, Lakewood City Schools will develop responsible citizens, who are critical and creative thinkers, committed tolifelong learning, invested in a diverse society, and prepared for technological and global opportunities.
Senior Steve Saed shares his thoughts
on being part of the district's Gifted progam.
Veterans and their families gathered along with the staff and students of Harding Middle School on Thursday, May 23, to commemorate Memorial Day as speakers such as the Commander of the Veteran's Council and Superintendent Jeff Patterson urged the students to never forget the price that many have paid for their freedom.
On Tuesday, May 28, Superintendent Jeff Patterson will hold a brief but important community meeting to give an update on the district’s school construction project. The meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. in the Grant Elementary gym. We look forward to bringing you up to speed on the latest developments for our Master Facilities Plan.
The Board of Education and Superintendent Jeff Patterson honored the service of the district's 37 retirees this year at the Board's May 20 meeting. "Our district is clearly better for you having been here and thousands of kids have benefitted from your service," said Board President Edward Favre. Click on Read Article to see the list of retirees and photos from the ceremony.
Ranger 360, a collaborative program headed by the Lakewood City School District , Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center (DVCAC), Cleveland Rape Crisis Center (CRCC) and Lakewood Police Department, is holding its first community forum on Wednesday, May 29 at 7p.m. in the Garfield Middle School Cafetorium.
Lakewood High School has been named one of U.S. News & World Report's Best High Schools and a Silver Medalist for 2013! The magazine awards Gold, Silver and Bronze medals according to state proficiency standards and how well schools prepare students for college.
The Lakewood City Schools are proud to announce a six-week summer Reading Camp for eligible students currently in grades kindergarten through third grade. This summer Reading Camp is offered to our students free of charge due in large part to a state grant received associated with the Third Grade Reading Guarantee.
We would like to know what you think about the Title I program services offered to your elementary-age child. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. The responses will be used to improve the Title I program. This survey will close on May 31 at 8 p.m. To learn more about this survey and the Title 1 program, click here .
TIme to hit the links! Have some fun and help raise some money for the LHS Golf program by joining in the team's annual golf outing at Springvale Golf Course in North Olmsted on June 8. Entry deadline is June 1. Click here for more info and an entry form. Those interested in sponsoring the event can click here for a sponsor form.
Registration for Lakewood City Schools' summer school program for middle school and high school students begins April 26. Session I will run from June 14-July 5 and Session II from July 8-26. For more information and an application, click here.