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.
The Lakota Community Foundation is holding a raffle to raise money for their Scholarship Fund. The drawing will be held on December 31st and tickets are $20 each. If you would like to purchase a ticket please come to the High School Office and speak with Shilo. Please click the link below for more information.
Hot lunch today is soft shell tacos, salad bar, fruit, milk.
Today is Power to stay drug free day (Super Hero) and tomorrow is Raider Spirit Day – Wear white.
Tuesday Trivia Answer: Rick Helling was the Lakota graduate who won Olympic gold and pitched in the major leagues.
Wednesday Trivia: At what battle in the War of 1812 was the Star Spangled Banner written?
There is a book club meeting tomorrow at 8:25 AM in the English room.
Raider time competitions will be held tomorrow in the gym during 4th hour.
There will be a meeting tomorrow after school in Mr. Snyder’s room for all boys in grades 9-12 who want to play basketball this winter. An open gym will follow the meeting.
The volleyball game on Friday will be in Fessenden instead of Harvey as originally scheduled.
Have a great day.
Hot lunch today is pulled pork/bun, corn, salad bar, fruit, milk.
Happy birthday today to Briar Halberg and Ms. Halberg.
Reading block – 3rd hour
Today is Give drugs the boot day (Cowboy) and tomorrow is Power to stay drug free (Super Hero) day.
Congratulations to the drama department on putting on a very entertaining play last night.
Tuesday Trivia: What Olympic gold winner and former Texas Ranger pitcher attended school in Lakota?
The volleyball teams will play in McVille tonight starting at 6:00 PM with the JV and V teams. The bus will leave at 4:45. Good luck girls.
All 7-12 football players will hand in equipment today after school.
Student Council members: All butter braid orders need to be turned into Mrs. Harder today.
There will be a meeting on Thursday after school in Mr. Snyders room for all boys in grades 9-12 who plan on playing basketball this winter. An open gym will follow the meeting here at the school.
The volleyball game on Friday against Harvey/WC will be played in Fessenden instead of Harvey.
Have a great day.
Hot lunch today is chicken nuggets, tator tots, salad bar, fruit, milk.
Reading block – 2nd hour
This is Red Ribbon Week. Today is wake up drug free (pajama day) and tomorrow is give drugs the boot (cowboy day).
Wednesday Trivia Answer: The illusion of three dimensional space on a flat surface is called (Perspective).
The drama department will present their play to the public this evening at 7:00 PM. Good luck students.
Tomorrow all football players in grades 7-12 will hand in equipment/uniforms after school. All equipment needs to be cleaned/washed and ready to hand in at this time.
Student Council Members: Butter braid orders need to be turned into Mrs. Harder by tomorrow.
There will be a meeting on Thursday after school in Mr. Snyder’s room for all boys in grades 9-12 who plan on playing basketball this winter. An open gym will follow the meeting here at the high 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