Mary Old

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Jan 03

Winter Weather Update

            Stay Informed about Weather and Changing Events! The time to prepare is now! Help us keep you informed of regular news and changing events by following  our social media channels. Sites are updated regularly, especially when events are rapidly changing. Stay tuned! Take 5 Steps to Be Ready for …

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Jan 02

Youth Public Safety Academy-Community Service Opportunity

              The Youth Public safety academy is sponsored by the City of Suffolk, Suffolk Police Department and Suffolk Fire and Rescue. It is designed to build confidence and focus on the duties of public safety personnel in the hopes of establishing respect and trust between at-risk children and professionals. …

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Dec 12

Superintendent’s 2-Minute Drill: Look here for regular updates throughout the year to keep you updated on all that’s happening. Let’s make it a great year!

Click here for the 2-minute drill video

Dec 11

LHS Reading Teacher of the Year

“The Reading Teacher of the Year” is an award given to teachers of Reading who work diligently to promote literacy in and out of the classroom. The RTOY award recipients exhibit the positive attitude and motivation needed to help all students achieve reading success. RTOY will be acknowledged at the Suffolk Reading Council’s Highlights Banquet on May …

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Dec 11

Vote! Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week Nomination

Clint Wright Jr., sophomore, Lakeland High School basketball: Wright scored a team high 18 in the Cavs win over Grassfield High School. Vote by 7 pm Wednesday by sending an email with the subject “Player of the Week” to

Nov 28

Upcoming December LHS Library Initiatives

Find out why coding is cool, and heat up with a popular book selection!      

Nov 27

Deondre Little voted Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week

Deondre Little was voted Suffolk News-Herald Player of the Week after a 96-yard touchdown in Lakeland High School’s playoff game against York High School. Little, a senior at Lakeland, had a successful season on the field. As a wide receiver and defensive back for the team, he has been able to make big plays on …

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Nov 01

“Character Counts” November Trait: Being Responsible

In an effort to further develop the outstanding character of LHS students, the act of being responsible is being promoted this November. Refer names of students exhibiting responsibility to the    Library Media Specialists for a prize drawing. Be on the look out      for class contests, projects and rewards dealing with the monthly …

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Oct 31

LHS Library November Initiatives

LHS Library November Initiatives (Click link above for full poster)        

Oct 17

Creepy Cavalier Crawl 2017

Stop by the LHS library to tour a collection of creepy photos that will haunt your memory for weeks. Imagine what the first attempts at plastic surgery looked like!?!  Can you tell if the Civil War ghosts are real? How are there snakes living inside that man’s head!?! Do you dare to take the tour?