Needing to request a TRANSCRIPT click on the link.
Students: click on link to make a REFERRAL.
Junior and Senior students who are interested in participating in the Youth Leadership Ashtabula County for the 2020-2021 school year
Please see the PDF below. Any questions please reach out to Kelli Jones.... email@example.com. If you are not able to print the documents please call the high school Monday - Friday between the hours of 10-12. You will be able to pick them up.
SENIORS & PARENTS:
Please see SENIOR PAGE for GRADUATION information!
Email Mrs. Nooney for your Progress Book Log-in information.
If you need a log-in created or update your password please email Mrs. Nooney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Below is the Student Registration Key for the ProgressBook ParentAccess program which will provide you with information about your child’s academic progress. Follow these steps to get started:
Registration Key For:
(If you have more than one child click “Link another student to account”)
If you have any further questions that are not addressed above or on our website, please feel free to email Mrs. Nooney at Melissa.email@example.com.
We encourage all parents and guardians to take a few moments to get acquainted with the ParentAccess page. ParentAccess is an important means to support your child’s academic success.
The Guidance Office
ALL LHS STUDENTS...
What IS the Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal?
Ohio high school students can now earn recognition by showing that they are prepared to contribute to the workplace and their community. The Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal is a formal designation students can earn on their high school diplomas and transcripts which indicate that they exhibit personal strengths, strong work ethic, and professional experiences that today's businesses need in an employee.
To earn the seal, motivated high school students must demonstrate certain professional skills required for success in today's workplace. Students must work with at least three experienced and trusted mentors who will validate the demonstration of these skills in three areas: school, work, and the community.
Students must demonstrate fifteen professional skills that were identified by the Ohio Department of Education, the Governor's Office of Workshop Transformation, and the Ohio Department of Higher Education. To meet the needs of Ohio businesses, these groups surveyed Ohio's business community, and selected the most "essential" skills necessary for success in the workplace.
15 Professional Skills Needed to Earn the Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal
- Drug Free
- Work Ethic
- Learning Agility
- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
- Oral and Written Communications
- Digital Technology
- Global/Intercultural Fluency
- Career Management
Lakeside High School Club List
*Will be updated once school is back in session