D.A.R.E. [Drug Abuse Resistance Education
Find information about drugs and drug abuse here. For more information, contact DARE Officer Keenan Cook.
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Activities & Clubs
DISC -Dover Intermediate Service Club is a PTA-sponsored club open to all DIS students. Students have the opportunity to engage in monthly service activities that promote character development and civic-mindedness. Projects include May Dugan, Box Tops, campus beautification, Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve and more. Read our recruitment flyer and join our Facebook group.
Westlake Ski Club Information
The Westlake Ski and Snowboard Club is an organization that was formed so that students interested in skiing/snowboarding would have an opportunity to be properly instructed. No prior experience is required, but all students must take a lesson each week. Rental equipment is available from Boston Mills. Once 200 members is reached, the student will be placed on a waiting list. In the event an opening occurs, the student will be given the opportunity to join the club if they and a parent attended the informational meeting and all forms have been submitted. The chaperones will monitor the behavior of the students while they are in the program, but each student must accept the responsibility to follow all rules and use good common sense.
Ski & Snowboard Club is a five-week program offered to students grades 6-12 and takes place at Boston Mills Ski Resort.
LBMS & WHS DRUG TESTING POLICY
The Westlake City School District prides itself on providing a safe learning environment and encouraging students to make healthy choices. The Westlake Board of Education approved random drug testing of students in grades 7-12.
The Drug Testing Consent Form is to be completed by the parent or guardian for any student in grades 7-12 that participate in athletics, possess a WHS parking pass, or appear on a roster of a club or organization that does not receive credit towards graduation. Failure to complete this in a timely fashion will disqualify the student from any of the above listed items.
For additional information, please contact Athletic Director Tony Cipollone at 440.835.6354, WHS Principal Paul Wilson at 440.871.7300 or LBMS Principal Amanda Musselman at 440.835.6340.
Student Council helps students share ideas, interests and concerns with teachers and administrators. Students often help raise funds for schoolwide activities, including community projects and assisting individuals in need. Rpresentatives from each homerom are nominated by classmates at the beginning of each school year.
A Demon Leader is a Dover Intermediate student who has a desire to serve their school in a positive manner and help create a positive school climate. They work on a volunteer basis to serve as liaisons between the current DIS community and prospective students and families. Their main job is to be a helpful, friendly face for the new students on their first day of school and for the remainder of the school year. Demon Leaders are invited to participate in the program by former homeroom teachers because they have proven to be positive, responsible, and respectful students.