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Principal’s Message – Spring Semester 2015

It’s amazing how quickly the first semester flew by. Our students continue to excel in many ways, and we are very proud of there many and varied accomplishments. With all the requirements of the state for our educational system and the daily functions of a high school of more than 3,500 students, we sometimes forget about all the good things happening at our school. Most recently we inquired the number of students who met the qualifications of honor roll with a 3.0 GPA and higher, and surprisingly we had 1,538 students who “made the grade”. We then looked at how many students might qualify for our Student Honor and Academic Recognition Program (SHARP) that requires a 2.5 GPA and a few other criteria. We currently have 650 students who applied and were accepted for the SHARP program. Again, another pleasant surprise, with 2,212 students potentially qualifying for the program. Many of these students are also the same students who represent us with countless activities in extra-curricular activities.

 

We had 18 athletic teams that qualified for the CIF Academic Team Awards recognition, most of who had over a 3.5 GPA. In addition, there are just over 1,100 students that represent Lakewood High School in CIF athletic competition. This is almost a third of our enrollment. The CIF requires that any student who competes must have a minimum GPA of 2.0, again, this is quite a feat with all the demands of athletic preparing, practicing, and competing that is so demanding of a student. We would be remiss, if we didn’t mention our Navy JROTC program. The JROTC is over 200 students strong, and the overall GPA for the program is 3.2. In addition, we have over 50 students qualify for the prestigious National Honor Society (NHS). We could go on and on with the students enrolled in music, drama, choir, etc. In short, there are many great things happening at Lakewood High School, and our staff is very proud of the dedication, commitment, sacrifices, and overall efforts that our students are diligently completing on a daily basis to perform at a higher level.

 

Now many of these accomplishments would not be possible without the instructional efforts, and the nurturing and fostering relationships that have been developed by our faculty and staff with our students, and of course the involvement of parents. When student, staff, and parent come together to promote success, success is the inevitable. With that said, please continue to support your child and encourage them to seek the academic challenges that will afford them to have a more successful transition to college. The Advance Placement (AP) Program is an opportunity for students to experience what a college course is like, and potentially by passing the AP Exam a student can begin their college career by already having college credit. This spring there will be a couple of AP informational evenings to provide parents and students the necessary information to make a decision to determine if an AP course is in the best interest of the student. Please stay tuned for the announcements of those meetings. This year we have 754 AP students taking 1,613 AP Exams that we hope will translate into college credit for our hard working students.

 

Lastly, as we head into the spring, our 11th graders will be testing for their first time with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) in English and math. The 10th graders will be testing in science. We are currently solidifying the testing schedule for our students, and there will be more information to come in the near future.

 

 

We are very proud of our Lakewood High School students, and they are truly living up to our motto of “Today’s Lancers, Tomorrow’s Leaders”.  

 

That’s all for now, and remember, to “keep it good in the Wood”.

 

Mario A. Jimenez and Cheryl Cornejo, Co-Principals  

Advance Placement Parent Meeting – March 25, 2015

There will be an Advance Placement Meeting for the parents of 10th and 11th Grade students on Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria. Please come to the meeting to find out more about our AP program and the many benefits for your child to grow academically and be better prepared for transition to college. Refreshments will be provided.

Don’t miss this Opportunity!

2014 LAKEWOOD YOUTH HALL OF FAME

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

2014 LAKEWOOD YOUTH HALL OF FAME

Lakewood High School Honorees

 

ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

DANIEL MCARTHUR – SWIMMING

 

Performers of the Year

Austin Colvin – Baseball

Hector Peralta – Cross Country

David Zavala – Football

Jessica Scroggins – Softball

Storm Fa’agata – Volleyball

Tyler Jackson – Collegiate Volleyball

David Zavala - Wrestling

 

Distinguished Nominees

Danielle Nhem – Golf

Montana Dixon – Softball

Kawani Stanley – Tennis

Ellee Vikram – Tennis

Dawaun Lucas – Track and Field

Megann Delgado – Volleyball

Megan Kruidhof – Volleyball

Sarah Miller – Volleyball

Alex Winfield – Collegiate Volleyball

Ryan Dorris – Water Polo

Khalid Tamu – Wrestling

 

Special Achievement Awards

Noah Reid – Scholar Athlete

Jessica Scroggins – Outstanding High School Career

200 Medley Swim Relay Team – CIF Champions

(Nick Bustamante, Daniel McArthur, Michael Talag, Timothy Valdez)

Softball – Moore League Champions

Girls Volleyball – Moore League Champions

Signing Day: Eight Lakewood Athletes Sign Scholarships

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Construction Contractors Invited to Outreach Fair
Measure K school construction and renovation created 1,740 new construction jobs in 2014.  Construction contractors and trades people interested in becoming eligible to work on upcoming Measure K school building and renovation projects are in... Continue
Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 3/20/15

WARNING - Don't Give Out Personal Information Over the Phone/Financial Aid is FREE
Several seniors around the district have received phone calls from someone claiming that they are either from the Federal Claims Department or the Federal Bureau of Grants Department associated with the Department of Health and Human Services.&nbs... Continue
Posted by: Jenny Gildon
Published: 3/10/15

Supporting Students Under a New System
A number of efforts are under way to support students under a new and improved accountability system for schools. Learn more in this newsletter for parents:

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Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 2/27/15

Achievement Through Involvement

Welcome to our school web site. Our hope is that you find it user friendly and packed with information to help you stay current with the operations and happenings at Lakewood High School. If you are a parent of a Lakewood student CLICK HERE for instruction on how to register. (ESPANOL)

Parent Vue Website, A Look at Your Child’s Performance

By now you should have received your Parent Vue activation code. With Parent Vue you will be able to view your child’s course history and grades, attendance, fees or fines, discipline, classes, graduation status, IEP’s, state and district assessments, SAT and ACT Exam results, report cards, and even update emergency card information.

 

 If you are experiencing problems with the new Parent Vue System, your first contact for assistance is the following website: ParentSupport@lbschools.net

If contacting Lakewood directly for assistance, be prepared to provide the student name, DOB, SLC, your contact information, and a brief description of the problem. You will receive a return call after investigation of the issue has been resolved. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.

Lakewood News

Construction Contractors Invited to Outreach Fair
Measure K school construction and renovation created 1,740 new construction jobs in 2014.  Construction contractors and trades people interested in becoming eligible to work on upcoming Measure K school building and renovation projects are in... Continue
Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 3/20/15

WARNING - Don't Give Out Personal Information Over the Phone/Financial Aid is FREE
Several seniors around the district have received phone calls from someone claiming that they are either from the Federal Claims Department or the Federal Bureau of Grants Department associated with the Department of Health and Human Services.&nbs... Continue
Posted by: Jenny Gildon
Published: 3/10/15

Supporting Students Under a New System
A number of efforts are under way to support students under a new and improved accountability system for schools. Learn more in this newsletter for parents:

English  Spanish  Khmer Continue
Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 2/27/15

Virtual Enterprise New York Trade Show Trip
Students attending the NY VE trade fair in April are required to have a parent or guardian present for an information meeting about the trip. The meeting will be 3/4/15, Wednesday, at 6pm in Ms. Weber's Earth Science room, 314. It should last ... Continue
Posted by: Anna Weber
Published: 2/26/15

Scholarship Bulletin #3
Find out about upcoming scholarships, contests, workshops, internships, conferences, and college fairs in Scholarship Bulletin #3.  Continue
Posted by: Jenny Gildon
Published: 10/23/14

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