Lakota's junior and high school choir directors will host a day-long workshop and community performance at Plains Junior School on Friday, Jan. 26. The "WE are Lakota" Honor Choir is open to any Lakota sixth-grader.
To kick off the non-fiction unit in her fourth grade ELA class, Heather Honican wanted to do something fun to whet her students’ appetites for biographies, auto biographies and informational books.
On Nov. 13, four groups of Lakota students traveled to Columbus to showcase their achievements at the Ohio School Boards Association’s Capital Conference. The Student Achievement Fair at the Capital Conference gives school districts around the state the opportunity to highlight what their students have accomplished at school through unique programming.
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For the past five years, Lakota Innovation Specialist Kim Carlson has been working with Woodland Elementary students on the NPR Student Podcast Challenge. This year, almost 100 students participated, and Carlson submitted podcasts from 23 groups.