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In addition to the supplies provided by your school, students in grades K-8 are asked to provide a few additional items before the first day of school. Use TeacherLists, a free new resource, to easily find your list and even shop online for the best prices on all your back-to-school supplies, if desired. High school students will continue to receive supply lists from their teachers when school starts.

Read More about 2024-2025 School Supply Lists Now Available
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Beginning Monday, June 10, ParentSquare is replacing Lakota's current notification system for sending email, phone and text alerts to all Lakota families and staff. The new, more unified school-to-home communication tool was piloted by eight Lakota schools during the last month of the 2023-2024 school year. 

For parents and staff, no action will be required to continue receiving communications, but log into your account via OneLogin to customize your communications experience and get the most out of ParentSquare.

Read More about Woodland Launches ParentSquare for Communications June 10
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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

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