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School Events

Today: 3/29/17
Administration
Joe V. Harder
Superintendent/High School Principal/Athletic Director

Alyson Parsley
Elementary Principal/Activities Director

School Board
Margaret Estvold
Mark Huso
Kevin Matejcek
Paul Miller
Jason Sorlien

Welcome to Lakota Public School

"Our mission is to enable all students to achieve their individual potential in academic excellence and social responsibility"

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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:

  • Students will acquire a standards-based core of knowledge.
  • Students will demonstrate problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Students will demonstrate effective communication skills in areas of reading, writing, listening and speaking.
  • Students will be technologically capable and resourceful.
  • Students will become responsible and contributing citizens of a pluralistic society.

This vision statement is intended to serve as both the blueprint for improvement and the benchmark by which will evaluate progress.

Parent Survey

Lakota Public Schools is currently conducting a Parent Survey.  If you have students in both the elementary & high school, please complete both surveys.  The survey(s) need to be completed by April 14th.

 

Lakota High School Parent Survey

 

Lakota Elementary Parent Survey

 

Close-Up Fundraiser

The Lakota Close-Up Group is holding a Pancake Feed Fundraiser, on April 2nd, for their 2018 trip to Washington DC.  Please click the link below for more information.

 

Pancake Feed Fundraiser

School News

3/29/17

Hot lunch today is chicken/dressing casserole, salad bar, fruit, milk.

There is an FBLA meeting this morning at 8:25 AM in the business room.

Tuesday Trivia Answer: Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote.

Wednesday Trivia: If, after receiving a 20% discount when buying a television set, and after paying 7% tax, you paid $642, what was the original price of the tv set?  

There is Academic Challenge practice today over the noon hour at the elementary.

The 8th grade is the winner of the Pennies for Patients fundraiser.  Mrs. Stephanie Nelson will visit with you about your treat.

Practices

Track – McVille

Baseball – Tolna

The regional vocal students will be gone tomorrow for contest in Minnewauken.  Good luck students.

The state science students will participate in the state science fair tomorrow/Friday.  Good luck students.

Seniors: Stop in the office and drop off a wallet sized senior picture.

Any student interested in a summer job here at the school should stop and visit with Mr. Harder.

Drivers Ed sign-up sheet is in the office.  Please sign up by April 5th.

Have a great day

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3/28/17

Hot lunch today is soft shell tacos, salad bar, fruit, milk.

Reading block – 3rd hour

Tuesday Trivia: What was the first state to allow women to vote?

There is play practice this evening at 6:45 PM on the stage.

There is an FBLA meeting tomorrow morning at 8:25 AM in the business room.  FBLA members need to bring their state forms with them to the meeting.

There is Academic Challenge practice over the noon hour at the elementary today.

Practices

Baseball – Tolna

Track – McVille

The Drivers Education sign up sheet is in the office.  Please sign up by April 5th if you want to take Drivers Ed this summer.

There are three summer janitorial positions open here at the high school this summer.  Stop and see Mr. Harder if you are interested in working in the mornings here at the school this summer.

Have a great day.  

 

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3/27/17

Hot lunch today is polish sausage, boiled potatoes, salad bar, fruit, milk.

Reading block – 2nd hour

Friday Trivia Answer: The three Benelux countries are: Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg.

Track – McVille

Baseball - Tolna 

High School Academic Challenge students will meet today through Thursday over the noon hour in Mrs. Nelson’s office at the elementary to practice.

FBLA Students: There are forms in your lockers that need to be returned to Mr. Herman by the meeting on Wednesday morning.

There is  Drivers Ed. Sign up sheet in the office.  If you would like to take Drivers Ed. this summer, please sign up by April 5th.  Drivers Ed. will be held June 5th – 9th with driving set up after that. 

There are janitorial worker position jobs open for the summer here in the morning.  If you are interested in working for the school this summer, please stop and see Mr. Harder.

Have a great day.

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School Wellness Information

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. 

 

 

School Wellness Policy

School Wellness Assessment

November 2016 Meeting Minutes

February 2017 Meeting Minutes

March 2017 Meeting Minutes

Review of Individual Education High School Plans

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.

Counselor Blog

Check out the Lakota School Counselor Blog, http://helpingallstudentsatls.blogspot.com

Have a fantastic day!  Faye Brosy Nelson - Lakota School Counselor