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March is almost over, clocks have been set back, and it's getting warmer outside. Spring is well on its way. We have approximately three months left of the school year and with that comes graduation, which will be held on June 23, 2022. I am looking forward to seeing all our graduates walk across the stage to receive their diplomas. If you are a pre-grad, make sure to keep in contact with your assigned mentor so you can get the guidance and assistance you need to complete your graduation requirements. Keep in mind, while motivation and focus is a struggle, you can still achieve success! Progress one day at a time! As always, LEIHS staff is here for you if you need anything.


Tara Hullum




It's that time again, the sun is shining, the weather is getting warmer.  Please remember to be careful, stay aware of your surroundings. If you need to talk about anything do not forget that I am here for you.  My number is 216-201-1410.  

Shout Out to OUR LEVEL UPS!

  1. Lordineil M.
  2. Jose M.
  3. Durrell L.
  4. Josh L.
  5. Sameer F.
  6. Malaki F.
  7. Alyssa B.
  8. Luz S.
  9. Aveona B.

Ms. Lescook 

(A.K.A. Momma Lescook)

Student Success Coordinator




Lake Erie Students…

It’s time to put your thinking caps on.  End of Course (EOC) testing begins Monday, March 28th for the Spring 2022 test window.

Testing Schedule:
ELA I and ELA II: Monday, March 28 - Friday, April 14, 2022
Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, US History, and US Government: Monday, March 28 - Tuesday, April 19, 2022
**Please note there is no testing on Monday, April 11th or Friday, April 15th since school will be closed on those dates.

Important Reminders:
The State requires that all state testing is done in the school building.

  • Testing begins at 8:30 am for first session and 12:30 pm for second session.
  • Students should arrive at least 15 minutes prior to testing.
  • Students more than 15 minutes late will not be allowed to test for that sitting.
  • Students need to take both part 1 and part 2 of each test in one sitting.
  • Students may leave after testing only if an Early Release Permission Slip is signed by the parent, guardian, or adult-aged student prior to the test date.
  • Remote students and parents/guardians can access an online version of the permission slip at  
  • Students should bring the signed form with them to their first testing session or email a copy to Mrs. Bundy at [email protected].  
  • Masks are required to be worn while in the building.

We encourage students to remain in school for the remainder of the session and complete schoolwork; therefore we will not call home for early dismissal.

It is very important for students to come in and take the required tests. Failure to test could delay your graduation by at least six months. 


Ruth Bundy
Academic Coach

EM: [email protected] 




If you have moved, changed your phone number, or changed your email address, please be sure to provide the school with your updated contact information. This will help us notify everyone of school closings and allow our families to stay home and stay safe. Also, we still need an updated proof of residency for every student. Stop by the front desk with a copy of a recent copy of a utility bill or a copy of your lease/rental agreement. Thanks for your much-needed cooperation!




Hello, my science people,

We played with science toys recently during our Science Fair. We will do that again in the future so you can join in the fun.

Also, here are some of the topics being covered during our video direct instructions:

Explosions – Yes, things that go boom!

Glass – You see it everywhere, but it has had a HUGE impact on science and technology.

Lightning – Another common phenomenon you will find fascinating – just don’t get too close.

Uranium – Another thing that goes boom – in a big way!

Also, all you remote learning students need to contact me if you have any questions about your science courses. I’m available all the time. 

[email protected]

Thank you very much,


Mr. Hammer
Science Teacher




I have always liked this quote for mathematics and life: "Dreams don't work unless you do!" by John C. Maxwell





The Search


I went to find the pot of gold

That’s waiting where the rainbow ends.

I searched and searched and searched and searched

And searched and searched, and then-

Three it was, deep in the grass,

Under an old and twisty bough.

It’s mine, it’s mine, it’s mine at last…

What do I search for now?


By Shel Silverstein


Kellie Rohde
Intervention Specialist



Attention LEIHS Families, if your daughter or son is in need of technology, please contact me either at 216-539-7229 or my cell phone number, 440-665-5300. We are currently participating in a grant-funded program with PC’s for People. The process is as follows: we complete a short registration form with the adult student or the parent of a minor, provide the student with a Chromebook on loan, and distribute the laptop or desktop when the order is complete. The student will first return the Chromebook before the distribution of the computer. Important to note, Chromebooks are available as long as supplies last.


Mr. Asche

Family Advocate




I would like to remind you we are still offering Senior Only Industry Credentials.  Please reach out to Mr. or Mrs. Spivey to find out more information.  Also, when in the building please stop by the Career Exploration Lab to find out how.



The jokes on you…

Why aren’t dogs good dancers?

They have two left feet…



Contact Us…

Ms. VaLencia Lescook

Student Success Coordinator

216-539-7229 #6205

11650 Detroit Ave 

Cleveland, Ohio  44102



Lake Erie International High School Board of Directors

  • Arnell Hurt - President 
  • Lillie Blair
  • Kimberley Bogan
  • Jason Clotman
  • Jo-Anna Pugh-Fitzpatrick
  • Brenda Watkins