Senior Class

updated: 5/4/21




Dear Parents and Seniors
Our seniors will soon attend their last activities, prepare for the final days of high school, and then graduate! 
Herff Jones will distribute cap and gown orders on
May 14, 2021.

Those students whose last names begin with A - L will pick up from 8:00 AM to 8:45 AM.

Students with last names beginning with M - Z will pick up at 9:00 Am - 9:45 AM.

KSU students or any student who can not attend the pick up times on the 14th can pick up in Mrs. Boepple’s room, C204.

Mrs. Nooney will deliver cap and gowns to A-Tech students on May 17th during lunch.

If you have not ordered a  cap and gown contact Mrs. Boepple at amy.boepple@ or 440-993-2522 ext. 13204 immediately!  

Because of the formal nature of the Commencement Ceremony, it will be necessary to have a MANDATORY rehearsal on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 10:00 AM at the stadium. Seniors who wish to  participate in the Commencement Ceremony MUST attend. Failure to attend the rehearsal will  indicate to us that you are not interested in participating; therefore, you will be excluded from the Commencement Ceremony on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.  Graduates who do not wish to graduate in person with their class may pick up their diplomas at the high school office starting Tuesday, June 15, 2021. 

The Commencement Ceremony is scheduled for 6:30 PM at the stadium on Tuesday, June 8,  2021. Each student will receive 5 electronic tickets. Tickets will be sent to the student’s school email address.  The need for additional tickets will be considered on a case by case basis. Seating at graduation will be done in groups of 5. Each group of 5 will be spaced 6 feet apart. If you do get additional tickets, please be aware that those using the extra tickets will not be sitting with your other guests.


If you have any questions, please feel free to call Mrs. Boepple (440-993-2522 ext. 13204) between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM. 
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. 
Sincerely Yours, Amy Boepple440-993-2522 ext.

Graduation Guidelines Student Dress Requirements: All students are required to wear the caps and gowns as provided through Jostens. Modifying or  decorating your cap or gown is not permitted.




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The deadline to submit your senior portraits for inclusion in the yearbook is Friday, April 30th. You are permitted to use school related props in your portrait, such as a band instrument or sports equipment. Yearbook staff does reserve the right to crop a photo as necessary for it to fit into the book. Once you have your portrait, simply email it to
Thank you,
David Miller, Multimedia Instructor
A-Tech at Lakeside High School
6600 Sanborn Rd.
Ashtabula, OH 44004




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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

- Reliability

- Work Ethic 

- Punctuality

- Discipline

- Teamwork/Collaboration

- Professionalism

- Learning Agility

- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving

- Leadership

- Creativity/Innovation

- Oral and Written Communications

- Digital Technology

- Global/Intercultural Fluency

- Career Management