Schools, Public: Publications
Folder list: 71b:Schools, Public: Publications
Graduating Exercises of the East Rockport High School. Friday Evening, May 25th, 1888.
Annual Report of the Superintendent and Clerk [of the] Lakewood Schools. Lakewood, Ohio. 1918-1919 65 pages, 1919-1920(2 copies) 55 pages, 1924-1925, 62 pages. Include annual report of the Lakewood Public Library.
The Curricula. Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio. Effective January, 1924. 15 pages.
“Lakewood High School: A History of Education in the ‘City of Homes’” by Mr. John C. Mitchell, Principal of Lakewood High School. Published in Cleveland District v.2, no.2, October, 1939. 2 pages
Lakewood is My Community. Lakewood Public Schools, Lakewood, Ohio. October, 1950. Promotional publication, 40 pages, many black and white photos. This publication outlines the role of the Lakewood Public Schools, from Kindergarten through High School, in the community. For example, Chapter One is headed: “Citizenship --- the Chief Purpose of Lakewood Public Schools.”
Handbook. Lakewood High School. Lakewood, Ohio. September, 1957. 48 pages.
Student rules, rights and responsibilities as well as a description the buildings, curriculum and customs of Lakewood High School in 1957.
Inside the Lakewood Public Schools. League of Women Voters of Lakewood, Ohio. 1962 Typescript. 31 pages. The group studied the education programs, buildings and grounds, staff and administration, costs per pupil, etc. in the Lakewood Public Schools ca.1962.
Lakewood Schools. Lakewood Public Schools, Lakewood, Ohio. June, 1979 Photocopy of a 3 page promotional publication with pictures of Lakewood Public Schools Superintendents through 1979.
Lakewood City Schools: 111 Reasons We Are Proud. Lakewood Public Schools, Lakewood, Ohio ca. June, 1993. 18 page booklet promoting the Lakewood Public Schools. The forward states “This booklet represents 111 activities, awards and programs that deserve recognition from the school year ending in 1993.”
Lakewood Schools Levy Facts. Citizens for the Levy, Lakewood, Ohio. ca. October, 1993. 3 fold pamphlet in red and black on white paper urging Lakewood residents to vote for issue 43 – a continuing 8.9 mill levy for the Lakewood Public Schools.