Lake Board of Education
Welcome to the website of the Lake Local School District, home of the Flyers! Our schools are home to 1700 terrific kids, 90 highly qualified teachers, a dedicated support staff, and outstanding facilities. Penta Career Center is a valued partner for our students who wish to follow a career tech path.
Our students reside in the villages of Millbury and Walbridge as Lake Township. Toledo is eight miles northwest of our location and we are located at the northern end of Wood County.
We expect success from our students and staff in the classroom, in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, and in service to our community.
Please navigate through our website and get a feel for why it is a special feeling to be a Flyer. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at 419-661-6677 or send me an email at email@example.com.
LAKE LOCAL SCHOOLS WELCOMES MONICA LEPPELMEIER TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Lake Local School Board of Education is pleased to announce that Monica (Sims) Leppelmeier has been chosen to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Eric Hirzel.
Mrs. Leppelmeier is a 2002 graduate of Lake High School. Upon graduation, Monica continued her education and softball career at Owens Community College and then Saginaw Valley State University, where she graduated with a degree in Accounting in 2006. In 2010, she earned her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from The University of Toledo.
Monica is currently employed by the University of Toledo as a business manager and sits on a special committee formed by the President of the university. Other positions she has held at UT were a grant analyst and a budget analyst. Previous to her position at UT, Monica worked for a corporation in Northwest Ohio and a corporation in Atlanta, Georgia. Monica and her husband live in Lake Township and are the proud parents of a young daughter.
The board received applications from twelve people with an interest in the position and the final decision was very difficult because of the quality of the application pool.
View a video recording of the BOE meeting of February 15, 2012 - ODE presentation by Rob Miller
Lake Local School District will be accepting Open Enrollment Applications from May 1 through May 31, 2013 for the 2013-14 school year. Our policy states that you must reside in a district adjacent to Lake (Rossford, Northwood, Genoa, Eastwood) and provide proof of residence such as a current utility bill and a copy of your drivers license. Lake does not provide transportation to students that are open enrolled. If you have any questions about Lake Local Schools, please feel free to contact our office and I will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Secretary to the Superintendent
28090 Lemoyne Road
Millbury, OH 43447
STATEMENT ISSUED BY THE WOOD COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER, IN CONJUNCTION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FROM 12/14/12
First and foremost, our thoughts and heartfelt sympathies go out to the victims’ families, school district and the entire Connecticut community that experienced the most recent school shooting. This type of event certainly causes many of us to pause and reflect on the many things that we may normally take for granted.
It is important to note that Wood County schools have worked collaboratively and in cooperation with the Wood County Sheriff’s Office, other local law enforcement agencies, the Wood County Educational Service Center, as well as first responders in the development and implementation of safety and security strategies.
The Sheriff’s Office has conducted a safety and vulnerability assessment of every school building in the county. In addition, school districts have developed safety teams that evaluate and continue to address the issues identified in this assessment. Finally, The Safe Schools/Healthy Students grant has provided funding for a variety of safety training programs as well as equipment.
While we understand that an event like this can happen anywhere, Wood County schools, in cooperation with many other agencies and entities, continue to be diligent about providing as safe a learning environment as possible.