LHS Spring Musical

Lake High School Presents:

Nunsense: The Mega-Musical Version

By: Dan Goggin

Show times: March 18, 19 & 20, 2021 at 7:00 PM  March 21, 2021 at 2:00 PM

Ticket Prices: Seniors/Students $8 Adults $10

For ticket reservations please visit: https://sites.google.com/a/lakeschools.org/lake-high-school-musical/ticket-reservations

NUNSENSE: THE MEGA-MUSICAL VERSION is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals.


In accordance with State and Local Health Department orders, and District Policies, audience members attending live performances will be required to follow these safety protocols
(including, but not limited to)
Wear a mask at all times
Check temperature before arrival
Follow social distancing guidelines
Limited in-person seating

Nunsense poster

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Wood County resources

At the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Wood County, we know this has been a challenging time for schools, parents, caregivers, and children. We offer several programs to support families with children experiencing mental health symptoms or conditions.

The following resources are available at no cost, please contact Ashely Hartman, Associate Director, NAMI Wood County with any questions.  419-352-0626 AshleyH@namiwoodcounty.org

NAMI Basics is an educational program for parents and caregivers of children and adolescents living with mental illnesses. It covers the fundamentals of caring for yourself, your family, and your child.

Register Here! – open till March 3rd!

Flyer for NAMI Basics

Our Virtual Parent and Caregiver Support Group is hosted on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 6 – 7:30 pm. To learn more about our support groups, visit our website: https://namiwoodcounty.org/online-support-groups/.

Login Info Here!

Flyer for Parent and Caregiver Support Group

Calamity Days update

We have currently used all the calamity days we have without making days up.  Moving forward, any school closures will become virtual days for students.  By having virtual days now, we will eliminate the need to add days on at the end of the school year.

When you know of bad weather in the forecast, please encourage your student to bring their chromebook or other needed materials home just in case.  Teachers will post expectations on Schoology/Google Classroom for students as soon as is practical. 
Friday March 12 is the next schedule virtual day.

Community update February 3, 2021

February 3, 2021

Dear Lake Community:

Lake Schools’ personnel who have voluntarily chosen to do so will be receiving the Covid-19 vaccine on February 19, 2021. On that day, students will be taught via virtual learning. In fact, every school district in Wood County will be following the same protocol and will be using virtual learning on that day.

To clear up any confusion: 

  • February 12, 2021 will be an in person learning day.
  • February 15, 2021 will be virtual learning as originally planned.
  • February 19, 2021 will be virtual learning for staff vaccinations.

We do not know what vaccine we will be receiving at this time. When we get that information, we will schedule a day for the second vaccine which will almost certainly result in another scheduled virtual learning day and we will share that information in a timely manner. 

On behalf of all of us on campus, I cannot thank you enough for your continued support, patience, and flexibility throughout this pandemic.

Jim  Witt

Vaccine update January 29, 2021

All Wood County Schools personnel who have chosen to get vaccinated will do so on Friday, February 19, 2021. All county schools will be on a virtual learning day schedule that day.
More information will be forthcoming in the next several days.
Thank you and have a great weekend.

Jim Witt

Community Letter January 27, 2021


January 27, 2021

Dear Parent/Guardian:

For the past several weeks school superintendents throughout Wood County have been working side by side with the Wood County Health Department to coordinate the administration of Covid-19 vaccines to our approximately 3,000 adults working in our schools.

While the actual date remains unknown at this time, we do know that school employees will receive their first dosage on a Friday in February. Our target date is February 12, 2021 and Governor Dewine informed us today that schools will know by this Friday when they will be receiving their doses. Once that date is verified, we will communicate it with you. This is a different procedure than I had described to you in last week’s letter but one that will only require one day for staff to receive their vaccine as opposed to two days.

On the day employees receive the vaccine all Wood County schools will have a Virtual Learning Day. This same process will be followed either three weeks or one month after the date of the first vaccine so Wood County school employees can receive their second vaccine. When that date has been determined it will be shared with you in a very timely manner.

We continue to thank you for your patience and flexibility.


Jim Witt


College Credit Plus meeting February 3rd, 2021


Interested in participating in CCP next year? Students in 7th-12th grade, who are eligible, are able to participate in CCP. We will hold a virtual informational mtg on Wed, Feb 3rd! New students & a parent/guardian must participate in the info mtg in order to get the paperwork for next year! If you can’t attend this meeting it will be recorded and posted on the school counseling website following the meeting.

Topic: CCP Informational Meeting

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Annual Notice for College Credit Plus Program

Annual Notice for 2021-2022 School Year

This document provides notice of the College Credit Plus program to Lake Local Schools students, in grades 7 – 12. 

College Credit Plus Costs:

(a) CCP opportunities have no cost to students, including the free option to attend public institutions of higher education. School districts have the option to seek reimbursement if the student receives a non-passing grade or withdraws after the no-fault deadline date.

(b) There is potential cost of participation with a nonpublic/private institution of higher education. Private colleges/universities have the option of charging a minimal fee to students.

(c) Students who are economically disadvantaged who choose to attend a nonpublic institution of higher education cannot be charged a minimum fee.

(ii) Criteria for student participation, including, but not limited to, the following:

(a) Parents and students must participate in a counseling session prior to participation (Feb 3rd or recording)

(b) Important Notice: “Students must submit a written notice of their intent to participate in the upcoming academic year, by April 1, in accordance with section 3365.03 of the Revised Code. 

(iii) Student participation options:

(a) Secondary schools cannot limit a student’s participation in the CCP program to only the courses offered in that school. Students may also participate online or at any other institution of higher education, or any combination.

(b) Participating students may be concurrently enrolled in multiple postsecondary institutions and may take postsecondary courses from more than one institution of higher education, concurrently.

(c) Lake High School will offer the following CCP courses on their campus: Span 2010 Intermediate Spanish 1 and Span 2020 Intermediate Spanish II through BGSU, HIST 1250 Early American History and HIST 1260 Modern American through BGSU, and BUS 101- Contemporary Business through Owens.

(d) Students should review the institution of higher education’s course catalog for all offered courses.

(e) At Lake Local Schools  students do have the option to participate in the College Credit Plus program at the high school. Students can also participate online or at an institution of higher education.

(f) Students have the opportunity to participate during the summer term. For any student participating in a summer term that transfers to a new secondary school, the student has the responsibility to notify the institution of higher education and the student’s prior and new secondary school of such transfer.


February 3, 2021    CCP Information Night -Virtual with the recording to be posted following the presentation.

April 1, 2021        Letter of Intent form is due, which will be included in the presentation

(iv) Tracy Orians, school counselor at the high school is the designated point of contact for College Credit Plus and will answer questions of students and parents and the community regarding the program’s operation and will act as a liaison to the state of Ohio to monitor future changes or amendments to the program.

Community Update January 21, 2021

January 21, 2021

Parents and Guardians:

For the past couple of weeks our administration and district nurse have been working on the logistics of administering the COVID vaccine to our staff. Earlier this week, we met with the Wood County Health Commissioner and a key member of his staff to choose tentative dates and times for our employees to receive the vaccine.

After discussing our situation with Commissioner Robison, we are TENTATIVELY scheduled to administer the vaccine to members of our staff on Friday, February 12 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and also on Friday, February 19 from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. I use the word “tentatively” because the health department cannot guarantee how many vaccines it receives on a weekly basis. We are over scheduling to account for this fact. 

On both of the dates mentioned above, we will be having virtual learning days for our students. We will more than likely have two virtual learning days in March to allow us to give the second dosage of the vaccine, but we do not know what those dates will be in part because those days will be determined by which vaccine we receive from the health department (either Pfizer or Moderna). 

As details become more finalized, we will make it a priority to keep you informed so you may plan accordingly for those important dates.

Thank you for your understanding!

Jim Witt

Electronic Fee Payment now available

Electronic Fee Payment now available!
The Lake Local School District is working with PaySchools Central to allow school fees to be paid safely and easily online. Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, all fees payable to Lake Schools can be paid online, including class fees, athletics, extra curricular, etc. High school families will be able to pay this years classroom fees in the new system when they are issued in the upcoming weeks. Additional information for high school families will be sent out from Mr. Herman. 

Cafeteria accounts will continue to use MyMealTime.

More information about PaySchools can be found below.

PaySchools account creation