Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year. Ready or not the new school year is
here. We have six new staff members here
at Lakewood High School:
Mrs. Allysen Coleman is our new Educational
Mrs. Tawni Hess is our Study Hall monitor.
Mrs. Tristan Morgan will be an Intervention
Mr. Daniel Ornstein is our new Math and Science
Mr. John Poulnott is our new Physical Education
Mr. Brent Simms is coming to us in the mornings
for our Engineering classes.
Please make sure you welcome our new Lancer Staff
members. They are all great people who have your best
interest at heart and will do anything they can to help you be successful.
New staff members aren’t the only changes here at LHS this
year. The Innovation center will be up
and running and I am really excited about the learning opportunities that you
will have here in the building as a result. We are offering several new classes
this year: Engineering, Manufacturing Operations, Robotics, CAD (COTC),
Business 125 (COTC) and MET (Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology). The railing in the PAC has been lowered so
you can actually see the stage when sitting in the balcony.
I know it seems silly to talk about the end of the year at
the beginning of the year and it seems like the end of the year is a long way
off, but believe me when I say that it will be here faster than a blink of an
eye. The more you get involved, the
faster it will go. I encourage you to
get involved in something this year that you have never done before: join a club or a sport; try out for a spot in
one of our drama productions; become a mentor for our younger students. These experiences help you learn and grow
outside the classroom and they can be a lot of fun.
In closing, everyone here at Lakewood High School has
business to take care of this year. Some
will be wrapping up their high school careers and getting ready for their next
steps in life. Others are just starting
their high school journeys. My advice to all of you is to stay focused, do the
best you can at all times, accumulate those EOC points and class credits, find
your pathway to life, and become an active member of the Lancer community. If you need help ask, if you see someone who
needs a hand give it to them. Above all
else let’s enjoy the year.
Mr. Krier, LHS Principal