The Lion's Roar Newsletter

May 2019 Parent Newsletter-Volume 9, Issue 9

Library Information

BOGO Book Fair

Our final book fair of the year will be our BOGO Book Fair. It will run from Monday, May 6, to Friday, May 10. ALL items are Buy One, Get One FREE! This is a great opportunity to stock up for summer reading. Below is a list of the dates and times for the BOGO Book Fair:


Monday, May 6 - Thursday, May 9, from 8:05 AM - 3:45 PM

Friday, May 10, from 8:05 AM - 1:45 PM


Our book fair has a new digital payment option. To get started, visit our school's book fair homepage:

http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bf/lakeviewelementaryschool8



Lakeview Library Summer Hours

With parent permission, students can check-out up to five books from the Lakeview library for summer reading. In addition, students and families can visit the library at Lakeview this summer to return books, check out books, and enter our drawing to win exciting prizes. Click here to download the permission form. Permission forms are due by Friday, May 17.


THE LIBRARY WILL BE OPEN ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, AND WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, FROM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM.


Parents must attend with students.



Public Library Summer Reading Program

The public library summer reading program starts on May 20 and ends on August 1. The theme this year is "A Universe of Stories." Students can sign up online and print their own game boards from home, or they can visit the public library to sign up. Readers who complete their game boards and turn them in at the public library will receive prizes and will be entered into the grand prize drawing for an iPad or a Nintendo Switch, along with various gift cards. In addition, there will be various programs throughout the summer for kids to participate in! Please be sure to participate and visit the public library this summer.


https://www.mylibrary.org

WSD Parent Satisfaction Survey

It is the vision of the Wentzville School District to be a model of excellence that sets the standard and maximizes the potential of every student. In order to continuously improve on our commitment to provide a quality educational experience for your child or children, we ask that you take the time to complete this short survey.

LVE Students Continue MAP Testing

Throughout the past three weeks, Lakeview students in Grades 3-6 have been participating in the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP). MAP is one way we measure student achievement as well as our progress with curricular and state goals and standards. As we move into our final week of testing, please continue to help our students shine by making sure they get plenty of rest each night and have a healthy breakfast each day. We also ask that you ensure that your child arrives to school each day on time and you avoid scheduling appointments during testing hours. Finally, we recommend that you talk to your child about doing his or her best on the test, but not to the extent that he or she is worried or stressed. This is not a test for which students study; it is a chance for them to show what they know!


Remaining Testing Dates, Times, and Subject Areas:


Sixth Grade:

Wednesday, May 1 - Core 1: 9:25-11:25 AM/Core 3: 1:15-3:15 PM (English Language Arts)

Thursday, May 2 - Core 2: 10:25 AM-12:25 PM/Core 4: 1:15-3:15 PM (English Language Arts)

Friday, May 3 - Regular Schedule (English Language Arts)

Tuesday, May 7 - Regular Schedule (English Language Arts)

Wednesday, May 8 - Regular Schedule (Math)

Thursday, May 9 - Core 4: 1:35-3:15 PM (Math)

Friday, May 10 - Core 1: 9:30-10:55 AM/Core 2: 10:55 AM-12:25 PM/Core 3: 1:15-2:50 PM (Math)

Tuesday, May 14 - Regular Schedule (Math)


Fifth Grade:

Thursday, May 9 - 8:45-11:00 AM (Math)

Friday, May 10 - 10:30-11:30 AM (Math)

Wednesday, May 15 - 8:45-11:00 AM (Science)

Thursday, May 16 - 8:45-11:00 AM (Science)


Fourth Grade:

Tuesday, May 7 - 8:45-11:00 AM (Math)

Wednesday, May 8 - 8:45-9:30 AM (Math)


Third Grade:

Monday, May 13 - 8:45-11:00 AM (Math)

Tuesday, May 14 - 8:45-9:45 AM (Math)

Kindergarten End-of-the-Year Celebration

On Thursday, May 23, Lakeview Elementary will host an end-of-the-year celebration for our Kindergarten students. Because of the size of our Kindergarten class, we will host two celebrations:


9:30 AM

Mrs. Adams' Class

Ms. Eifert's Class

Mrs. Turntine's Class


1:30 PM

Mrs. Carron's Class

Mrs. Jacobsen's Class

Mrs. McCulloch's Class


We ask that visitors arrive no earlier than 9:15 AM for our morning celebration and 1:15 PM for our afternoon celebration. We look forward to honoring our students for the successful completion of their first year of school!

6th Grade End of the Year Celebration/BBQ and "Clap Out"

Lakeview Elementary will celebrate and honor our sixth grade students by hosting a BBQ on Tuesday, May 28, from 12:30-2:30 PM. We will be serving a hamburger/hot dog lunch for all of our sixth grade students. We will send an email to all sixth grade parents regarding more event details and donation opportunities.


Lakeview Elementary will also celebrate and honor our sixth grade students with a "Clap Out" on the last day of school, Friday, May 31. We welcome all parents to participate in this LVE tradition. The "Clap Out" will begin at 1:05 PM. and concluded at 1:15 PM. We ask all parents attending the clap out to arrive at Lakeview between 12:45-1:00 PM.

Final Late Start Day - Monday, May 6

This is just a friendly reminder that we will have our final Late Start of the school year on Monday, May 6. School will begin two hours later, with instructional time beginning at 10:20 AM. Students may be dropped off at 10:05 AM.

News from Child Nutrition

For the remainder of the school year, the lunch menu will consist of one popular item and a Manager's Special. This is in an effort to control the food cost for the remainder of the year, as schools are trying to use their current inventory.


The menus have been changed in Nutrislice and are visible to parents.