Lakeview Family Newsletter - November 16
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No School Wednesday, November 21
Stuff the Bus
Math Drop-in Day Photos
Mrs. Manthe's students finding the difference between a number and 100.
Mrs. Busalacchi's students finding half of a polygon.
Mrs. Chmielewski's students at math stations
We truly need every student to be here before 8:30 a.m. each day.
We have many students who are showing up 5, 10, or 30 minutes late to school. We really do expect that every student arrives to the playground prior to the 8:30 bell. As a parent, I understand it is hard to get everyone up and moving in the morning. I understand there can be family issues with transportation and work. But 8:30 a.m. is the beginning of our school day and Wisconsin state law expects all of us to have our children to school on time. Students who arrive late miss instruction and disrupt classes already in progress. If your child has a medical appointment, please be sure to bring a note from the doctor or dentist - we understand. If there is anything we can do to help your child(ren) be on time every day, please call or email and we will be happy to help make a plan with you. Thank you!
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Tuesday, November 20 - Our next Admiral's Hockey player visits school to read. Everyone please wear your blue Admiral's shirt on this day! November 20 is also the end of the first trimester.
November 21, 22, 23 - No School - Happy Thanksgiving!
Friday, December 7 - First trimester report cards sent home
November Annual Notices and School Report Card
Our annual notices for November include the School Accountability Report Card (and District Report Card) and the School and School District Performance Report Copy. Please click here for this information.
Safety Before & After School
Better Health=Better Learners. Having healthy choices at school helps keep our children healthy and ready to learn. The school wellness policy helps our school create an action plan for nutrition and physical activity at school. Parents can share their opinions and help make sure the policy is meeting the needs of our students. Please check out our school wellness policy at http://www.sdsm.k12.wi.us/for_families/school_nutrition/resources.
If you would like to share feedback or join our wellness committee, please contact Karen Stichart, Director of School Nutrition Services.