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Annual Title I Meeting - November 9, 2017

According to Section 1118 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and the Title I, Part A Parental Involvement Non-Regulatory Guidance,

“Each school served under Title I, Part A must convene an annual meeting, at a time convenient for parents to inform them of their school’s participation in Title I, Part A programs, and to explain the Title I, Part A requirements and right of parents to be involved in those programs.”

Open House - November 9, 2017

Lake Erie International High School is excited to host our annual Open House on Thursday, November 9, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. This is an opportunity for your to celebrate your or your child's accomplishments, tour our school, and meet with the staff. Parking is available behind the school building, off West 117 Street., as well as along the fence in GFS parking lot next to our building off West 117 Street.  We look forward to seeing you on the 9th!

Statewide Testing and Compulsory Attendance

The Lake Erie International High School is a community school established under Chapter 3314 of the Ohio Revised Code. The school is a public school and students enrolled in and attending the school are required to take Ohio Achievement Assessments, Ohio Graduation Tests, Ohio State Tests or any other examinations prescribed by law. In additiona, there may be other requirements for students at the school that are prescribed by law.

Truancy Law - House Bill 410

It is important for every child to attend school every day. In an effort to address truancy among students, the Ohio General Assembly has passed a new truancy law, House Bill 410. Under this new law, all Ohio schools are now mandated to enforce House Bill 410 in an effort to reduce the number of truant students. Lake Erie International High School will work with students, staff, parents/guardians, and outside community organizations to address truancy issues. House Bill 410 requires the following:

Welcome Back!

Dear LEIHS Family,

I trust that this letter finds you all in good spirit and excited about the upcoming school year. Lake Erie International High School (LEIHS) is excited about how well our students responded to our increasing academic excellence schoolwide. In June 2017, we recognized the largest graduating class thus far, hence we are even more excited about what the future holds for these many promising students. As part of the LEIHS family it is all of our responsibility to encourage and hold our students accountable for their individual successes. We can only achieve our goals by working together Parent/Guardian as well as School personnel.

Please be informed that School year 2016-2017 Ends on 6/23/17. The New School year 2017-2018 Begins 7/24/17. Below are a few Key Points we want to convey to you for the upcoming school year:

Board Meeting Notice

Please note that the Lake Erie High School Board of Directors will not be meeting in August. The next meeting is scheduled for:

September 25, 2017
5:30 PM

And will be located at:
The Warrensville Heights Library
5130 Warrensville Rd. 
Maple Hts. OH 44137

This will be the Annual Meeting for the 2017-2018 School Year.

Something to Cheer About!

AdvanceED Accreditation

We are incredibly excited to announce that as of February 21, 2017 Cambridge is officially accredited and Cambridge is now the ONLY management company in Ohio to receive accreditation! And accreditation will be granted to ALL current and all new Cambridge Education Group schools.


Accreditation is an achievement that offers the peace of mind that comes with the assurance that a Cambridge education is sound and nationally recognized. Cambridge's new accreditation status provides all students graduating from any one of Cambridge's schools a fully accredited high school diploma, and all Cambridge students will benefit through assurance of:

LEIHS Students Learn About the Federal Reserve

A group of Lake Erie International High School students, along with two staff members, toured the Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum and Learning Center in Cleveland on Wednesday, February 15, 2017. The students learned about the Federal Reserve's role in our country's economic system and they also learned how to spot a counterfeit bill. One of the biggest highlights of the trip was the tour of the old vault which is comprised of walls that are 6-feet thick and a door that weighs 91-tons! Students ended the field trip having lunch with Jeff Creve, Audit Analytics Director at the Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland, who explained his roles and responsibilities within the organization and answered students' questions. Once the group returned to school, they were excited to show off their personal stash of shredded money and personalized dollar bills!  Many of the students stated this was an fun trip and that they learned a lot.

View more pictures from our trip here!

Lake Erie International High School on Ramona's Kids for Community Clean Up

Lake Erie International High School was featured on a Ramona's Kids segment on the local TV station 19 Action News.

Lake Erie International High School students and staff spent a recent Wednesday afternoon cleaning up the neighborhood near the school.  This June 21st community service initiative was a way for the Lake Erie family to give back to the neighborhood.  The group donned their LEIHS “SUCCESS” (Stepping Up Community Contributions Enabling Student Success) t-shirts and picked up garbage, swept sidewalks, and helped beautify the street.  Community members were pleasantly surprised and even came out to thank the group. The event was even featured on a “Ramona’s Kids” segment on WOIO Channel 19’s news casts!  The event was definitely a success and both students and staff look forward to the next Lake Erie International High School community service event.

Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

From the Desk of Larry Burt, Administrator

Welcome to the start of another year!  We are happy to have you here and are looking forward to a wonderful and even more successful year than the last.  To ensure that we continue learning and growing together we have to continue to make safety and accountability be of the utmost importance from both staff and students. For that reason, please note the following: Students must be on time school starts at 7:30 am for first session and 11:30 am for second session. If in the event there are transportation issues i.e bus, rapid or car trouble and  you or your student may be tardy, please call the school at (216) 539.7229 to share that information.  This communication will help us as a school to know the whereabouts of our students and an approximate time that they should be arriving.

Although the beginning of a new school year is exciting, it can also be frustrating as we learn new ways of doing things and the commute in our Great City of Cleveland can be trying.  Please know that things will progressively become smoother in transition as we all work to be on the same page. Thank you for your attention to these matters, and we look forward to having another great year here at LEIHS!

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