Welcome to Creekside Early Childhood School

Welcome to Creekside Early Childhood School, a place where students, teachers, and parents come together to create a fun and caring learning environment. We are excited to be the beginning of this educational journey with you and your child. At Creekside, we take all our students and provide them with challenging learning experiences that consider their individual academic starting points and needs. We strive to grow each individual child to their greatest potential. We focus on the whole child and work to develop a community that cares about themselves, others, and the world around them. 


We know that this is not possible without support from our families and community members. We welcome you to visit and volunteer whenever you can. There are many small ways you can support us. Our PTO (parent teacher organization) is a great way to get connected with other parent partners to find opportunities to get involved. You are a very important part of our Creekside family. With our parents as partners, we can provide our children with a more enriching, well-rounded educational experience.

We look forward to an exciting year with you and your child. Please never hesitate to call or stop by if you have a question or concern. You can contact us at 513-874-0175 or via email at:  Linda.Pavlinac@lakotaonline.com or Amy.Fugate@lakotaonline.com. For Preschool-related questions, please call 513-870-5378.

Pavlinac photo                               Fugate
Linda Pavlinac                                       Amy Fugate
Principal                                                 
Assistant Principal

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Lakota Summer Updates
Posted on 05/25/2018
Here's what you need to know about office hours, reading lists, the lunch program, the new location for the enrollment center, school supply lists and ...
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Parade of Graduates Celebrates Class of 2018, Inspires Youngest Learners to Dream Big
Posted on 05/23/2018
To the cheers of students, staff, parents and members of the community, approximately 900 seniors from both Lakota East and West high schools walked t ...
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