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CCP Intent Form Deadline and more

INTENT FORM:  Any student that would like the opportunity to participate in the College Credit Plus program for the 24/25 school year, must complete and submit the State mandatory CCP Intent form by April 1st.  Submitting the CCP Intent form does NOT commit you to participating in the program. However, if you do NOT submit the CCP Intent form you will not have the option to participate in the CCP program during the 24/25 school year.  

Read More about College Credit Plus (CCP) Important Information and Deadlines
Woman sitting on ground with hands in the air facing large group of kids sitting on risers and singing

What do you get when you put more than 100 sixth-graders from eight different Lakota schools on stage to sing together after just a single day of rehearsal? “They sounded amazing,” said Hopewell Junior School choir director Jennifer Akers, who worked alongside her junior school counterparts to revive the “WE are Lakota Honor Choir” this year.

Read More about 100-Plus Sixth-Graders Discover their Voices through Lakota Honor Choir
CCP Information Sessions

Andrew Wheatley, Director of Secondary Curriculum, is hosting important College Credit Plus Information sessions at all 3 high schools during their 2024/2025 Course Information nights. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the necessary steps and qualifications a student needs to participate in the CCP program. Our college partners, Cincinnati State, Miami University, Sinclair College, and the University of Cincinnati will have representatives available for students, and their families, to learn more about each of their CCP programs.

Read More about College Credit Plus (CCP) Information Nights
Four students and a teacher smiling in front of a garden surrounded by yellow marigolds

Far more than a hundred pounds of cucumbers and a couple pounds of carrots sprouted from the new gardens at Lakota’s four junior schools. In fact, according to 7-12 gifted advisor Ron Henrich, at the root of the philanthropy project led by a subgroup of gifted students for a local food pantry was leadership training.

“For a lot of the students I work with, all their lives they’re told they’re smart and truly exceptional, but are we training them to lead,” challenged Henrich, who leans into an annual project with his seventh-graders across all four junior schools to do just that. “Leadership skills need to be intentionally taught and experienced and once that happens, it’s ingrained." 

Read More about Leadership Lessons at Root of New Junior School Gardens
Green grass with "Summer" pictured in rainbow color dots, "School" using two smiley faces and "2022"

Lakota's 2023 Secondary Summer School is scheduled for May 26 through June 30, with no school on Monday May 29 or Monday June 19. Summer School is being offered virtually this summer with the option for both zoom and in-person help sessions. In-person help sessions will be held at Lakota Central at 5030 Tylersville Rd. Additionally, both advanced math options for junior school students (Bridge to Adv 7 Math and Bridge to Algebra) will offer a virtual or in-person option. 

Read More about Lakota Secondary Summer School 2023

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