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 Mrs. Segroves room (308)
(School doors open at 7:00 a.m.)
Afternoon Sessions – 3:05-3:45 p.m. M/T/W/TH in Mr. Grifka’s Room (204)
NOTE: Students attending for eligibility purposes must be present for the entire session.
Every student at Laker High School can find an activity they’d enjoy!
While the school day ends just after 3 p.m., that doesn’t mean the school experience ends at Laker High School. Throughout the year, students can get involved in a variety of after-school activities. Each one develops skills and confidence that will benefit students for many years to come. Some of the activities involve competition, while others are offered just so students can gain a unique experience.
- Theater (including competitive one-act)
- Dance Team
- Science Club and Science Olympiad
- Model Bridge Building
- 16 varsity/junior varsity sports teams
- FIRST Robotics
- VEX Robotics (male and female teams)
- Student council
- Academic Games
- Quiz Bowl
- Strings Club
Deciding which career field to pursue is one of life’s biggest decisions, and Lakers knows students shouldn’t make those decisions lightly. That’s why Lakers offers job shadowing experiences for interested students. Tami Krohn, student support specialist, works with students to find valuable job shadowing experiences in and around Huron County that match the students’ interests. Students spend several hours with a person in the position the student is interested in – they get to see the job front and learn what it takes to do the job. Students also can talk with the person they are shadowing to find out how to prepare for the position. Sometimes, the job shadow experience leads to a job! Other times, students realize they should take a different route because the job isn’t what they thought it would be. These job shadow experiences are a wonderful learning tool for high school students, just when they need it. They also learn valuable life skills. Click on the photo to the right to watch a video that highlights this awesome program – a program that not many schools provide.
The Laker Parent Association, which is for parents of students in grades 6-12, meets on the third Monday of each month at 5:30 pm in room 101. Come out and see what we are planning for Laker students this year!