LAKOTA - Lakota Board of Education approve end-of-course examinations for history and government classes Monday evening.
This resolution is to be for interim examinations at the end of Lakota classes focusing on American history and American government, to make sure students have a mastery of content in the social studies standards and of historical documents. This comes after Ohio Senate Bill 165 has proposed examinations in these courses. The interim examinations are to be used until the bill is selected.
The board also approved a resolution that states any teacher who received an effectiveness rating of "accomplished" on the teacher's most recent evaluation is to be evaluated only once every two years.
In other matters, the board approved a service agreement between Lakota Local School District and the Wood County Educational Service Center for summer 2013.