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Important News

updated: 3/6/19



Class Tournaments will be March 21st & 22nd

In order to attend you will need to donate $1 EACH day. 

Proceeds will go to Academic Boosters for awards and honors.

If you would like a t-shirt contact Mrs. Raffa until March 15th for $10

After the 15th they will be $15 

Freshman: Sr. Seuss

Sophomores: Blast from the past

Juniors: Holiday

Seniors: Into the Jungle



The Color Run will be April 13th

More information to come....



Prom will be April 27th at Andrus Banquet from 7 - 10 PM

Stay tuned for more information....



Cap and Gown Pick-up


LHS: May 1st from 10:00 AM thru lunch

ATech: May 2nd during designated lunches


If you haven't ordered your GRADUATION stuff... 


Contact Herff Jones:

Rick Call 330-678-8138



Class of 2019 Lakeside High School Graduation Announcements



If you would like to order additional announcements stop in the guidance office.

Each additional announcement is $1.75. 



Stop into the Guidance Office to check out the scholarships

scholarships are continually arriving

Scholarships are also posted on the website













Congratulations to those accepted To Ashtabula Technical & Career Campus for 2019-2020!!







Looking for a JOB??


PIONEER Waterland & Dry Fun Park is Hiring

They are looking for responsible, friendly, positive individuals to become lifeguards. Other positions are also available, such as dry attraction attendants, quick service concession, cashiers, etc. If you know of anyone interested in working full or part time during the summer months, please have them either call us at 440-285-5200 or 440-285-0910 or email us


*AT NO COST, we will train and Ellis certify individuals interested in becoming shallow or pool lifeguards in 2-3 days. 


Dear Lakeside High School Parent/Guardian(s):


We are so excited that this year we are able to offer students the chance to be a part of our school’s chapter of Drug Free Clubs of America (DFCA)! This unique club combines the efforts of schools, parents and the community into one prevention tool to protect students from experiencing the spiraling consequences of teenage drug and alcohol abuse. Very simply stated, the DFCA is a voluntary club that students can choose to participate in which gives them an added reason to say “no” to drugs. This is an uplifting program created originally by firefighters for schools to focus on rewarding students who are making drug-free choices, and ensuring that those teens have a solid plan to stand up to peer pressure when they may need it the most.

Take a moment to read the enclosed information, discuss it, and complete the application if your student would like to join. By participating, students agree to random drug screens during the school year. Lakeside High School, Youth Opportunities and various other businesses in and around Ashtabula will also offer several perks to the students to get them excited about this opportunity (i.e. possible discounts at restaurants, businesses and opportunities to win raffle prizes, etc. throughout the school year.)

We are currently accepting applications for this school year. There is NO cost to you or the student. With the help of the Robert J. Morrison Foundation and local businesses they will be covering the drug testing and administrative costs. We will be working with ACMC and DFCA Headquarters to schedule an initial first drug test and then randomly throughout the school year.

          From our perspective, this is a very important program for all of our students. Several of the benefits are that students can use it as an ‘excuse’ to tell others why they won’t do drugs (“I can’t, I may be tested…”). It also helps to create rewards and positive peer pressure amongst the students. Members of DFCA will also receive special recognition and rewards at school and throughout the school year which will be positive motivation for more students to make the pledge to be drug free. (More details to come on the special recognition and rewards.) Not only will DFCA look great on job and college applications, students will also receive a certificate that they can present to their employers showing that they have remained drug free.

        If you have any further questions, please go to the Drug Free Club Website In addition, you may contact Melissa Nooney at or Sally Bradley at Please return the pamphlet to either Mrs. Nooney or Mrs. Bradley.



Lakeside High School Club List




Meeting: Date / Time:

Addt’l Info:

DFCA - Drug Free Club of America

Mrs. Nooney / Mrs. Bradley

1st Monday / ea mo. 3PM

Rm A214 & Open to all

Japanese Club

Beitel Sensei

1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month


Rm. B104 & Open to anyone

Japanese National Honor


Beitel Sensei


Must meet the requirements:

See Beitel Sensei

Lakeside Theater Group

Mrs. Nelling/ Mrs. Montgomery


Workshop 9-22

LHS Blood Drive Club

Mrs. Colleen Wheeler

Varies: occurs more often nearer to blood drive dates.

Usually Mon. or Tues.

Meet in B213:  To volunteer at a blood drive you need to attend the meetings and participate in the other club activities.

LHS Quiz Bowl Team

Mr. Gallatin

Thursday’s after school in B211 from 3 -3:45

Season runs from October to March

LHS Yearbook Staff

Mr. Miller

9/18 at 3:15pm in E104

Additional Meetings will be set following the initial meeting

Open to all Students

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Mr. Heeren

Every other Monday 6-7:30 PM in small gym unless otherwise noted.

Open to all Students

Skills USA

Mr. Miller


ATech Multimedia Students Only

Interact Club / Rotary

Mrs. Bradley

Lunchtime - Monthly

Open to all students

National Honor Society

Dr. Haxhiu

2nd & 4th Monday’s


Key Club

Dr. Haxhiu

Tues after school


Art Club

Ms. Dipierro



Model UN

Dr. Haxhiu

7 AM Monday’s LGI


Philanthropy Club

Dr. Haxhiu

2nd & 4th Wednesday’s


Student Council

Mrs. Raffa



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