Please join Lakeland in the fight against vaping on October 29 at 6 PM. The presentation, VAPING AND OUR KIDS: The Dangers of E-cigarettes, will be held in the Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School Cafe This presentation is intended for adults only. The Student Assistance Counselors of Lakeland High School, Walter Panas, and Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School will provide parents and community members with information pertaining to the ongoing vaping epidemic. Judy Mezey, the Director of Community Based Programs at Student Assistance Services, will present and discuss with parents vaping education, the latest trends and information about adolescent/teen use, and how parents can successfully discuss and address their child's use/curiosity.
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Go to the Online Sports Certification web page to complete and submit the form. After you submit the form, please check your email inbox frequently for its status. Please note that failure to initiate the sports certification process prior to the deadline date could prohibit a student-athlete from trying-out and/or participating on an athletic team. High School Physical Examination forms dated after November 1, 2018, must be on file in your child’s school Health Office. Medication orders must be on file in the Health Office for the 2019- 2020 School year (must be renewed each year). The signed Physical and Medication forms, if attached when you register online, must be PDF files. We will not accept image files (JPG, PNG, etc..)
The Lakeland Education Foundation (LEF) will honor three district staff members and a community member at its annual Casino Night, Silent Auction, and Dinner Dance to be held at the Villa Barone in Mahopac on Saturday, March 14, 2020.
Three outstanding supporters of the LEF and the students of the Lakeland Central School District are this year’s honorees: Lakeland High School Principal Christopher Cummings, Lakeland High School Social Studies Teacher Maureen O’Donnell, and Superintendent Dr. George Stone. Also being honored is Nancy Brophy, director and owner of Tom Thumb Preschool. Read more about the honorees.
Everybody has a story, and we want to hear yours. Not only do we want to hear it, but we also want to share it with your fellow alumni, students, and the Lakeland community.
We hope to build a connection with all our alums – from youngest to oldest. Fostering a relationship among our alumni and our current families is important to Lakeland.
We want everyone to know what our alumni have been up to since leaving high school. You can also share the story of a fellow alumnus who may not want to brag. Let’s share the stories of our Lakeland Central School District alumnus. Please go to http://www.lakelandschools.org/community/alumni_in_action_form.php to share your story and visit our Alumni in Action web page at http://www.lakelandschools.org/community/alumni.php