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    Zink Named New Lakota Treasurer
    Zink Named New Lakota Treasurer
    Posted on 6/20/2022
    The Lakota Board of Education approved Adam Zink as the new treasurer for the 17,000 student school district at its June 20 meeting. Zink will begin his new position on Aug. 1, following the retirement of long-time Lakota Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer Jenni Logan.
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    Lakota's Carlson Named to ISTE's 20 to Watch
    Lakota's Carlson Named to ISTE's 20 to Watch
    Posted on 6/17/2022
    The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) announced the winners of its 20 To Watch Awards, including Woodland Elementary School’s innovation specialist, Kimberly Carlson.
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    Community Input Wanted on MFP Plan Options
    Community Input Wanted on MFP Plan Options
    Posted on 6/10/2022
    Lakota Local Schools has launched summer meetings to gather feedback from the community about its Master Facilities Plan (MFP) options. “This is just the beginning of the process,” said Superintendent Matt Miller.
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    Our Reponse to the Uvalde Tragedy
    Our Reponse to the Uvalde Tragedy
    Posted on 5/26/2022
    In the days following the tragedy that struck Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, Lakota Superintendent Matthew Miller shares these words with the Lakota community.
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    Master Facilities Plan Update & Upcoming Community Meetings
    Master Facilities Plan Update & Upcoming Community Meetings
    Posted on 5/25/2022
    Lakota’s master facilities committee met for its monthly meeting on May 9 to review participation in the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission’s (OFCC) Expedited Local Partnership Program (ELPP), a proposed timeline and community engagement opportunities. Mark your calendar for three community meetings to learn more about Lakota's need for a facilities plan, the four potential options and to share feedback.
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    Graduation Ceremonies Celebrate the Class of 2022
    Graduation Ceremonies Celebrate the Class of 2022
    Posted on 5/24/2022
    As the school year came to a close, the Class of 2022 enjoyed time-honored celebrations like the Military Commitment Ceremony, Parade of Graduates, senior picnics, and of course, commencement exercises.
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    Look for Lakota’s New Website, Mobile App Next Month
    Look for Lakota’s New Website, Mobile App Next Month
    Posted on 5/24/2022
    At the end of June, Lakota’s district and school websites - in addition to the downloadable mobile app - will take on a dramatic new look and feel with a host of new features to improve the overall visitor experience.
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    Woodland’s Business Day Takes Personalized Approach to Cross-Curricular Lesson
    Woodland’s Business Day Takes Personalized Approach to Cross-Curricular Lesson
    Posted on 5/23/2022
    A fifth grade tradition at Woodland Elementary that is 15-plus years in the making continues to challenge students and teachers alike - stretching students to think like an entrepreneur and teachers to adapt the experience year after year. Known as “Business Day,” the three week project culminates in a multi-classroom market in which every student, individually or in pairs, owns their own storefront and learns firsthand the dynamics of a capitalist economy.
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    Celebrating Our 2022 Educators of Excellence
    Celebrating Our 2022 Educators of Excellence
    Posted on 5/20/2022
    The Northern Cincinnati Foundation, in partnership with Lakota Local Schools, is proud to announce the recipients of the 2022 Lakota Educator of Excellence Awards. The 2022 honorees include Freedom Elementary teacher Kim Snider, Ridge Junior school teacher Noelia Brunner and Independence Elementary Principal Dr. Greg Finke.
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