A Dean of Students functions in the multi-purpose role of assistant principal and counselor combined. Deans are assigned to a portion of the alphabet according to students’ last name and are the point of contact for that student and their family throughout their four years of high school. This unique role allows Deans to form close relationships with students as they provide social/emotional learning to maximize success and explore opportunities in career and college guidance. Deans support students in achieving success academically and are highly involved in supporting students in athletics, activities, clubs and volunteer experiences as well. Deans are invested in ensuring students develop future ready skills and find a unique, college and career pathway. Through the development of the Career Portfolio with the Deans, the students experience a comprehensive process in planning, and ultimately preparing them for a successful future.
Lakeville North High School has one full-time Lakeville Police Officer assigned to work at the school every day and be present at many school events. The School Resource Officer program is a nationally accepted program that places law enforcement officers within local schools. The program was designed to develop partnerships between law enforcement and the school community. The aim is to provide a positive law enforcement influence that concentrates on safety and security, encourages relationships between officers, school administrators, teachers and students, and fosters education. The SRO can be contacted via phone or email between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. If you have an emergency, call 911.