Welcome to Lakota Public School
"Our mission is to enable all students to achieve their individual potential in academic excellence and social responsibility"
Lakota Public School Vision
The staff of Lakota Public Schools, in shared governance with students, parents, and community members, believe that all students can and will learn.
We are committed to providing a safe, orderly and equitable environment to support student learning. As reflective educators, we practice data-driven instruction of standards-based curriculum. Lakota graduates students who have successfully mastered the following school-wide learner outcomes:
This vision statement is intended to serve as both the blueprint for improvement and the benchmark by which will evaluate progress.
Hot lunch today is hamburger gravy/mashed potatoes, salad bar, fruit, milk.
Wednesday Trivia Answer: Julia Roberts starred in “Erin Brockovich”.
Thursday Trivia: In 1212 hundreds of children hoped to march from Germany to Jerusalem in the name of Christ. Most of them were sold into slavery or perished. What was this two word event known as?
Reading block – 4th hour
National Honor Society will meet in the Art room over lunch today.
Science Fair Projects will be exhibited today in the SERC room from 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM. Stop in after school and view these projects!!
There is a School Improvement meeting today at 2:45 PM in the HS library.
V BBB – Lakota CC – 3:40 Pm
There is a joint staff meeting tomorrow at 8:00 AM in the elementary library.
The BBB team will play tomorrow in the District Tourney in Devils Lake versus New Rockford starting at 5:30 PM. They will leave right after school.
Have a great day.
The Lakota School District is currently working on our Wellness Policy and plan for the rest of this school year. Wellness is an effort to promote healthy eating, promoting a healthy lifestyle and incorporating exercise and fitness into the daily routine of our school district. We currently have a Wellness Committee team of nine individuals which include administrators, staff from both the elementary and high school, and three parents. If you are interested in helping or being a part of the Wellness Committee, please call Supt. Harder at the high school, 701-247-2992.
Lakota Public School students and their parents have available opportunity for the review of individual high school plans and planning sessions. Upon the request of a student/parent the school will make arrangements to provide a consultative review. Please contact Faye Brosy Nelson for more information.
Check out the Lakota School Counselor Blog, http://helpingallstudentsatls.blogspot.com
Have a fantastic day! Faye Brosy Nelson - Lakota School Counselor