The Lakewood Spartans ended their playoff drive in heartbreaking fashion Friday (11/20) night, losing to Tampa Catholic, 14-17, in overtime.
About 150 students will be moving from online to face-to-face learning next week.
Info about Ticket Sales During Covid 19
This year for our football games, we will not be selling paper tickets, you will only be able to buy your tickets online! Tickets will not be sold at the gate, and the will be limited to the first 500 people, 313 on our home side, and 187 on our visitor side.
As a result, we will be limiting the number of tickets that someone can buy to 2 tickets per person. Tickets will be available starting on Wednesday and will end either when we sell out or at 5:00. You will not be able to buy tickets at the gate. Tickets will go quickly, so make sure you purchase your ticket early if you want to attend the game! Once you purchase your ticket, you will receive a message with your ticket- hold on to that until the day of the game! Once you get up to the gate, bring the ticket (s) up, validate them in front of the ticket taker, and that will get you into the game. Do not take a screen shot of your ticket. We will not accept that screen shot.
Please make sure you have your mask, and you and your family find a black dot to sit on, so you are safe seated inside our stadium. Make sure that masks stays on the entire game. Once the game is over we will be asking you to leave the stadium, and meet up with your player at your car, not hang around by the locker room waiting for him.
Thanks for makings sure that we have a safe and fun football season this year!
As of right now there will be no fans allowed at our volleyball or swim meets. When we are allowed to have fans at those games, we will send information about how to purchase tickets to those events! For Cross Country meets and Golf matches it will depend on the venue.
Make your high school memories last a lifetime! Buy your Alpha-Omega yearbook now! To order, click on this link, fill out the information and then press "Shop for this Student." Books are $80. Save your receipt, and books will be distributed at the end of the year. Buying online is the only way to buy the book this year, so don't delay, buy today!
Dress Code (For students Attending Brick and Mortar)
As a reminder, students attending Lakewood must adhere to our modified Dress Code. Please see the attached Dress Code Information Sheet. Due to COVID, we are not allowing vendors on campus to sell t-shirts, but you click (open) the hyperlinks below to shop for Lakewood Gear.
Freshman T-shirt Link
Link for All Students
To make an appointment, call Prestige at (813) 402-3500. The earlier, the better as these spots will fill up! The company will provide tuxes for boys and drapes for girls as well as caps and gowns. All of the clothing items will be steam-cleaned between each use. The sitting fee is $15. Please bring exact change or a check made out to Prestige.
If seniors would like to do their portrait session at Prestige's studio, they can have up to three additional poses in their own attire and do it at any time. The studio is located in Dolphin Village, 4615 Gulf Blvd, Suite 118, in St. Pete Beach.
All portraits must be taken by Winter Break - 2020, to be included in the yearbook. Call now to make your appointment!
Parents requesting early check-out for their student(s) may write a note detailing the student’s name, time of dismissal and the reason. The student must go to Student Services, located in the Administration Office, that morning to receive a Permit to Leave slip. The student(s) must report to the Front Office at the time noted on the Permit to Leave. This alleviates any wait time for you when you come to pick up your student. If you call or come in, please understand that we do need time to get your student(s) for you and this may take up to 30 minutes. This will give the school the opportunity to look up the student’s schedule and send for them to meet you in the front office. Parents, for the safety of your student, it is important that we check the driver’s license of anyone picking up your student early from school. During lunch, 10:15-10:45 am and after 1:00 pm there will be no Permit to Leave slips written, due to using the proper method and time constraints for getting your child from class.
Parent - Student Surveys
In an effort to improve system practices, Lakewood High School is conducting a Student Survey (Middle and High). We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to:
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
Microsoft Office 365 is now available to all students to use FREE at school, home, or anywhere in the world.
Please be advised that we are having an increased amount of students losing their cell phones due to theft as well as individual carelessness. Please remind your student that personal cell phones are to be powered off and put away during the school day. Students are allowed to use their cell phone during lunch, however, Lakewood High School does not bear the responsibility for lost or stolen cell phones. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school at 727.893.2916.
Parents, just a reminder that attendance notes are to be turned in within 48 hours of a student’s absence and each student minder that attendance notes are to be turned in within 48 hours of a student’s absence and each student is allowed 5 parent's notes per grading period. After the 5th absence, a doctor’s note is required for illnesses.
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Girls Basketball Thanksgiving Classic
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Girls Basketball Thanksgiving Classic
7:10 AM - 1:20 PM Return from Thanksgiving Break!
8:15 PM Girls BBall @ Gibbs
6:15 PM Boys Bball vs Largo @ Lakewood
6:15 PM Girls Bball @ Pinellas Park
6:15 PM Boys Bball @ Northeast
5:00 PM Soccer @ South Sumter
The mission of Lakewood High School is to create and nurture a foundation for learning and academic success where students take pride in their accomplishments and develop character traits, which have a positive impact on their education experience.