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Laker Homecoming Dress Up Days - a simple scrapbook

Here is a little collection of pictures from dress up days during Homecoming Week. These are pictures that were not posted on our Facebook page. 

2014 Laker Homecoming pep assembly highlight video

Click on the "more" link to watch the video, which features some of the silliness from the pep assembly. The video was edited by students Tyler S. and Ethan E., both eighth graders.  More

Second Annual Laker Glow Run, Sat. Oct. 25

Lace up your most comfortable sneakers and grab some glow-in-the-dark clothing/accessories...the second annual Laker Glow Run is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 25! Click the "more" link for a flyer. A Glow Run Facebook page is available, as well: Laker Glow Run on Facebook
Those taking part in the 5k run will need to fill out this form: Waiver Form

Laker varsity football game vs Beal City Oct. 24

For those who plan to go to the varsity football game against Beal City this Friday, here's the scoop: The game will be played at SVSU Football Stadium starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and parking is $5 (no passes are accepted). A Laker Spirit Bus is going to the game. Students need to pay $2 to ride the bus and need to have a permission slip signed by a parent/guardian. They'll need extra $$ for a McDonald's stop. The bus will leave at 5:15 p.m. Friday.

SVSU campus map!

Click the "more" link for a map of the SVSU campus. The Lakers vs Beal City football game will be played in Wickes Memorial Stadium (#49) and parking will be in lots C, C1, and E. Have fun! More

Healthercise fundraiser to benefit Laker clinic

Strength training. Aerobics. Yoga. Kickboxing...and more. Come get a taste of all of these activities at the Healthercise fundraiser offered by the Scheurer Hospital Auxiliary from 9 to 11 a.m. Nov. 8 at the Laker HS gym. Click the "more" link to find out more! More

Watch area teams "Dig Pink" Oct. 28

The Laker, Harbor Beach, Ubly and  USA volleyball teams are uniting against cancer during a very special event, starting at 6 p.m. Oct. 28 at Lakers! The varsity and junior varsity teams will be playing (the varsity team will be at the high school gym and the junior varsity team will be at the junior high gym). A $5 donation is being requested. A bake sale will be taking place, as well. All proceeds will benefit Huron County Relay For Life. For more info, contact  Heather Koroleski at 989-551-6633 or Tracie Schuette at 810-414-5200.

Tutoring times 2014-15

Tutoring is available on a voluntary basis for all students at the times and locations listed below:

Morning sessions - 7:05-7:45 a.m. M/T/TH/F in Mr. Varner's Room
(School doors open at 7:00 a.m.) 

Afternoon Sessions - 3:05-3:45 p.m. M/T/W/TH in JH Lab and Mr. Grifka's Room

NOTE: Students attending for eligibility purposes must be present for the entire session.

Lakers is alive with the "Sound of Music" in November!

The Laker Theater Group will perform "The Sound of Music" at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20-22 and at 2 p.m. Nov. 23 at the high school auditorium. Tickets are $5 per adult and $3 per student (K-12). Witness the wonderful talent we have here at Lakers!

Laker Athletic Boosters incentive

Laker parents! Click the link below for a sweet incentive from the Athletic Boosters!More

Laker Chain Reaction FB page

Check out this Facebook page created by Laker student Galen Miller. It is dedicated to the spirit of the inspirational messages within the Rachel's Challenge program (including Rachel's Legacy and Chain Reaction).More

Lakers partnering with DHS in new program, "Pathways to Potential"

The Michigan Department of Human Services is starting a new program, "Pathways to Potential," and Lakers is proud to partner with DHS in this effort. A DHS worker, called a "Success Coach," will be located on the Laker campus to assist families by connecting them with resources, such as mentors, tutors, clothing, counseling, food assistance and more. For more information, click the link above or call Julie Booms at (989) 269-3203 or email her at boomsj@michigan.gov.More

Laker Secondary School "Diamond" flyer

Laker Secondary Schools are truly second to none! Find out some reasons why - click on the flyer below!More

Laker High is accredited through AdvancEd

Laker High School is accredited through AdvancEd, which allows the school to provide the highest level of educational excellence and is a distinction of quality.  Find out more by clicking on the link!
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2014 Laker Homecoming memories
(NOTE: Look for more pics in the Announcement area above)


Congrats to Queen Adri, King Austin!


Science rocks at Laker High!

From working with little cars in physical science class to learn about time, distance and motion (pictured top in Scott  Lebsack's class) to creating precise water clocks in physics class (pictured below in Deb Hasselschwert's class), Laker students are learning about science in the coolest ways possible - hands-on, diving right in, figuring things out, discovering and working with classmates. That's how science is done in the real world and that's how it's done at Lakers - living the lessons, experiencing education.  

Rachel's Legacy, Chain Reaction -
 Renewing the promise for kindness, compassion


This year, Laker Secondary School students are being re-inspired to continue the chain reaction started with last year's Rachel's Challenge. During the second week of school, all 6-12th grade students viewed the Rachel's Legacy assembly; the next day, about 100 students and 20 adult volunteers participated in the six-hour intensive training session, Chain Reaction. Both the assembly and the training introduced five new challenges. The Chain Reaction training included a mixture of physical activities and small and large group discussion sessions.
Rachel's Challenge facilitators Todd and Keona kept the action flowing throughout the day. By the end of the Chain Reaction training, students were exhausted (physically and emotionally), but it was a very rewarding experience. They learned more about how many people wear masks and don't share their true selves. They realized the importance of reaching out to one another and showing support rather than pre-judging. They learned they're not alone in their life struggles - oftentimes, other students and adults are facing the same challenges and frustrations. Students enjoyed learning more about one another and they learned more about themselves. 
Kudos to all who took part in Chain Reaction - let's keep the chain strong - all year long! 

A Uniquely Lakers feature   
 Laker HS special education students enjoy annual trip

Each year, high school special education students embark on a spring trip just for them - a trip to a big city where they learn about the history of the U.S., along with learning about themselves. It's a valuable experience for the students and it's an opportunity not many - if any - Michigan high schools offer for their special education students. In 2014, the destination was New York City; in 2013, the group went to Boston. 

 Laker teacher Tim Blakeney explains what inspired him to make the trips an annual event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ae_u9fGUBiw


Former Laker teacher Joe Wiley talks about what types of things the students do on the trips and the uniqueness of the trips:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7J5hXtpg78

 Click here to read more about this important excursion:  special education trip.docx



   Youth leaders provide positive guidance for students


Pictured above are Ryan Badgerow, Arin Shupe and Casey Turner, youth leaders who regularly visit students at Laker Secondary Schools. Click below to read the article:

Mission Statement
Laker High School will develop in all students the ability to live and learn in an ever-changing and diverse world; to master academic and technological skills; to communicate, cooperate and work as a team; and to think critically and be effective problem solvers.