This Is How We Lakeview
September Edition - Volume 2
A message from Mrs. Hanagan
As mentioned last week, I will link the Classroom Information page where you can find weekly updates for your student's classes with the building information at the bottom of each newsletter, that way it is always linked for you to check. I highly recommend bookmarking this page so that you have quick access to it.
Finally, junior high is when we transition students to become more independent. You can help them be prepared to come to the building by suggesting they get their things ready the night before. Should you need to drop something off during the day for your student, please be sure it is labeled with their name on it. We have a bin outside the front door, for drop-off items. Thank you!
Picture Day is Coming!
*Pay online with an electronic check, debit card, credit card, or PayPal.
They are working on a picture day for the VLA students, once I have this information, I will pass it on to our VLA families.
Order your 2020-2021 Yearbooks!
Link for purchasing yearbooks: search "Pickerington Lakeview Jr High"
We need your pictures!
Since the number of spectators are limited, the yearbook staff needs your help with photos. Please upload any photos of Lakeview Jr High students that you take at any Lakeview events this school year. Access code is panthers.
Link for uploading photos:
Support with student emails
Need tech help? Click on the Google documents below!
Breakfast and Lunch are Free!
Weekly sign up for virtual day meals
PTO needs you!
From our school counselors: Building a Growth Mindset at Home
We're all being asked to try new things right now and sometimes...we're going to fail
That's okay! It's all about how we choose to respond. Whether it's finding your way to class, struggling through your math homework or trying to figure out how to stick to a schedule on virtual days, not knowing the right answer and making mistakes are important parts of learning.
Families can help kids learn to have a Growth Mindset, which can help reduce the stress they feel about tough assignments, using new technology, or adapting to the new Cohort schedule. Check out this short video for 3 strategies you can use at home to encourage a Growth Mindset and help your kids thrive!