This is How We Lakeview
August Edition - Volume 2
We are currently working on getting Back to School information and student schedules ready to mail. We are hoping to have these out in the mail on Thursday so start checking your mailbox so you don't miss anything. Next week our video will include an overview of the student schedule. And just a friendly reminder that the Lakeview Back to School Page has a ton of information for the upcoming school year so start there if you have questions.
New video - Entrances, classrooms, and cafeteria
Check out this week's video to see and hear more about the procedures for getting into the building, what the classrooms will look like this year, and how to have a socially distanced lunch. Come back next week to get some tips on how to read and understand your new schedule!
If you've missed any of our videos so far use these links to go back and watch:
Introduction Video - https://youtu.be/iN2uAkkAQOc
Meet the Office Staff - https://youtu.be/_LnPZsWJ2ww
7th Grade Hallway Tour - https://youtu.be/Ymww5tJumZE
8th Grade Hallway Tour - https://youtu.be/OGJta1HW79s
Entrances, Classrooms, and Cafeteria - https://youtu.be/Ky922FGJ6_c
2020-21 School Lunch Prices & Other Food Service Info
It’s time to start thinking about school lunches!! All meals for the 2020-21 school year will be under the National School Lunch and Breakfast program. Here are the prices for the 2020-21 school year:
- High School — $3.00 (tiered pricing meals are also available)
- Junior High — $3.00 (tiered pricing meals are also available)
- Middle School — $2.75
- Elementary School — $2.75
- All breakfast prices — $1.50
- Reduced Lunches — $.40
- Reduced Breakfasts — .$30
- Adult lunches — $4.00
- Adult breakfasts — $2.25
For grades 7-12, each student will be given a card with their name and PIN on the back. We have purchased lanyards to help the students keep track of these. They will scan their card as they go through the register. For all grade levels, the students will no longer be putting in their six-digit pin; everything will be touchless.
For more information click here
Important Info About Device Pickup and Login, Tech Repair Days & More
If your student(s) attended PLSD during the 19-20 school year, they already have a device and will continue to use their same device during the 20-21 school year.
If the device is still in good working condition, then there is nothing that you need to do and students will need to continue to bring the device to school, charged, everyday.
If your current device is damaged to the point of not working, we will be holding several repair days in August before school starts.
In order to receive service, please sign up at the below link so we can prepare for the correct number of visits.
Repair Days in the District Office (90 N. East St.)
Wednesday, August 12th – 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday, August 24th – 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, August 25th – 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Students in Grades 6-12 that are New to Pickerington Schools since the end of the 19-20 School Year
Students/Families in grade 6-12 who are brand new to Pickerington Schools since the end of the 2019-2020 school year will be asked to drive to Diley Middle School on August 21st from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM and follow the student drop-off/pick-up route to the curbside pickup location (purple tent). Please let the PLSD staff member know the name and grade of your student. They will then give you a Chromebook and power cord, as well as numerous pieces of information.
If your new student will be attending the Virtual Learning Academy (VLA) they will still be issued a device and they need to pick it up at Diley Middle School on August 21st from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Follow the link for more information regarding student devices.
Fundraiser items are in!
Sports fees due!
Hybrid model highlights
1. Visitors are not allowed in the building, if you need to pick up your student during the school day, please be prepared to show your ID at the door and we will release your student to you.
2. Please provide your student with a non-glass water bottle.
3. Do a wellness check at home, do not send your student to school if they have a temperature over 100.
4. Please provide your student with a spare face mask in case they need to switch it out during the day.
School Supply Lists
As a part to reopen school buildings, we are recommending that students carry a minimal amount of supplies. Keep in mind that your student will attend 6 different classes during the day and that these supplies are for personal use only as we are trying to limit shared supplies. They also need to be able to fit everything into their backpacks as students will not have use of lockers during the hybrid model.
Notebook/Folder for each class
1 Composition Notebook
2 colors of Highlighter
Wired Headphones/Earbuds (NO Bluetooth)
Pen (2 colors)
1 Package of tissues
Non-glass water bottle
A mask for daily wear (we recommend a second mask be kept in a plastic bag in their backpack)
Please update Back to School Forms
Now, more than ever, it is imperative that you update your contact information, in case your student needs to be picked up from school. Read the full article for instructions on how to get your forms updated: https://www.pickerington.k12.oh.us/news/plsd-launches-single-login-for-back-to-school-forms/
New Social Justice Development Course Available for students
We still have spots available in the Social Justice Development course. Please email your student's school counselor, email@example.com (7th grade), firstname.lastname@example.org (8th grade) or Mrs. Hanagan (email@example.com) if your student is interested in the course. See below for a course description:
Social Justice Development
Grades 7, 8 • Trimester
Students will explore power and privilege in diverse populations, contemporary and historical examples of oppression specifically related to African American history, as well as personal prejudices and biases. This course will support students in gaining an understanding of African American studies from the sociopolitical perspective. Students will develop skills to be advocates and allies for social justice. This course will be taught in formats that include project-based learning, open discussion, and mentorship linking. This is designed specifically for the junior high level as students will be developing self-awareness for social change.