Color Outside the Lines (COL)

Color Outside The Lines (COL) is a Middle School student leadership group whose focus is on promoting safer schools.  Each year, the new group of student leaders attend a retreat to brainstorm and plan for their initiatives for the coming year.  The focus must be on promoting connections within the school and the community.  

Past projects have included planning an anti-bullying day, teaching MIddle School students about the online bullying reporting system (Safe2Tell), sharing Drug Trivia facts and information, acting as lunch buddies for 6th grade students, and creating Valentines for every student in the building as well as community businesses. Students meet with their advisor during Flex period on Tuesdays. 

For more information or to join COL, please contact:

High School Leadership Council

The High School Leadership Council is open to all students in Grades 9 - 12.  The group meets about once a month and plans activities such as a summer retreat to Devil's Lake, a fall leadership retreat, a food drive, and Sober Saturday Night events.  

For information, please contact the group's advisors below:


PBIS stands for "Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports." Every school in the School District of Lodi has a PBIS team that focuses on improving school culture and improving student behavior. The teams focus on building Lodi Pride across every grade in the district. Each building collects data about the student population in their school and then sets goals based on the needs established by the data that was collected. 

All schools have done lessons with students on bus riding expectations, as part of the Ride with Lodi Pride campaign. The middle and high schools have worked on lessons to teach about their electronics policies, as well as the tardy policy and dress code policy. Lastly, all four buildings have focused on improving hallway supervision in order to improve hallway behavior. This can also increase the number of positive interactions between students and staff as well. If you have questions about the PBIS initiatives in your child's building, please contact the building principal.