Principal William Wagner and three high school students honored for achievements.
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Betsy Shaughnessy sworn in as new board president; Ed Favre chosen to become the board's vice president.
Betsy Shaughnessy was selected by her fellow board members as the board of education’s president, and Ed Favre was elected as the board’s vice president. Both boardmembers were sworn in during a special ceremony just before Monday's board meeting began.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
The city's state-level politicians were on hand to honor eight LHS students.
On the eve of the election, the Lakewood Board of Education welcomed both of the city’s state politicians, State Rep. Nickie Antonio, D-13, and State Sen. Michael J. Skindell, D-23, to honor eight Lakewood High School students for their work in the classroom Monday at Harrison Elementary School. About 1.5 million students competed in the National Merit Scholarship program, and LHS was home to five students who placed in the top 5 percent, and three in the top 1 percent. “My hope is that they go off, get a wonderful education, and then they come back home,” Antonio said. “We need you to help us continue to have Lakewood be a wonderful place to call home.” The students who placed in the top 5 percent, and earned the honor of Commended …
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
School board member Betsy Shaughnessy reached out to the public last night to help drive donations to a fundraiser that will put school supplies in the hands of needy students.
During last night's Board of Education meeting, Betsy Shaughnessy did her part in promoting the Lakewood Family Collaborative's Lakewood School Supplies Fundraiser. The fundraiser is set up for Lakewood's neediest middle and high school students who lack the means to purchase several school supplies. “If anyone would like to make a contribution, paper, notebooks, pens, pencils, calculators (TI-30X) that kids need at high school for math. I think it’s an excellent opportunity for us to reach out and make a little bit of a difference.” Folks from the community can also donate loose leaf paper, pocket folders, binders, locker organizers, combination locks, pencil cases or a check donation made out to the Lakewood City Schools. The goods …