Lakeview Family Newsletter ~ May 29
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Last Chance for Smens and Smencils
Important Dates for the last 2 weeks
Please see this link for the school calendar for the School District of South Milwaukee
Tuesday, May 30
• 5th grade cadet field trip
• Students vs. Staff assembly in the afternoon
Wednesday, May 31
• All school library books are due by today
• 2nd grade zoo field trip
Thursday, June 1
• 5th grade visits the middle school
Tuesday, June 6
Field Day in the afternoon
5th grade recognition from 6-7 p.m. in the Lakeview gym
Wednesday, June 7 - Last day for 4K
Thursday, June 8 - 11:45 dismissal for 5K-5th grade (last day of school)
Library Books and Chromebooks
Lakeview library books must be returned by May 31. Students will receive an emailed notice on June 2 that lists any items they still have checked out. Please contact Joanne Sobolik by email (email@example.com) or phone (414-766-5823) if you cannot locate the item or believe it was already returned.
A great way to keep reading during the summer is by participating in the South Milwaukee Public Library's Summer Reading Program. There is an option for children, teens, and adults. And it is free for everyone! Check out the SMPL Website for more information, and attend the South Milwaukee Community Art Night to kick off the Summer reading program. This event will be on June 12, 2023, from 4pm to 6:30pm at the South Milwaukee Public Library, 1907 15th Avenue.
As we approach the end of the 2022-2023 school year, it is time to take inventory of our Chromebooks and ensure we are ready for the upcoming year. Our students in grades 4K-4 will not take Chromebooks home during the summer. These devices will be checked in and stored in our schools. Your child will be assigned a Chromebook in September, 2023. Students in 5th grade will keep their Chromebooks and bring them to South Milwaukee Middle School (SMMS) in September 2023. If your 5th grader is not attending SMMS next school year, please be sure they turn in their Chromebook, its charger, and their case to their teacher or school library before the end of the school year. Chromebooks will be provided to students who attend summer school.
We will be inspecting the device for any damage and will inform you of any costs for repair or replacement of the Chromebook your child used. Be assured that our SM students are usually careful with their devices and we have worked with them to ensure the devices function well throughout the school year.If you would like more information, please email Joanne Sobolik (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We had 20 Golden Lions this week at Lakeview! Please read on to hear our students demonstrate special moments of "Be Safe ~ Be Respectful ~ Be Engaged".
So far for the year, we are at 728 Golden Lions and we still have two weeks remaining. Lakeview students are amazing, and we celebrate them every day.
• Letty demonstrated being safe and engaged by independently participating our morning routine along with her classmates. She also high fived another student when he did well in math. You have grown in so many ways this year Letty!
• Nathan not only volunteered to read a math story problem to the class, but he did an AWESOME job! He showed engagement and confidence. Keep it up!
• Ameerah loves to read and has done an amazing job being engaged in all our activities. Ameerah continues to learn and grow! Keep it up.
• A student from another class came in and asked if our classroom had an extra set of headphones they could borrow. Without hesitation, Mallory volunteered her own headphones to the other student.
• Elise did a great job of working with a peer on ST Math and giving compliments to her friend throughout the lesson. Great job, Elise!
• Karleigh finished the Lexia, online Literacy program, today!!! She is now ready to begin the PowerUp program! That takes a lot of hard work, stamina and perseverance! Congrats, Karleigh!
• Veda has shown to be more engaged in her school work by participating in our classroom discussions and always trying her best. Keep up the great work Veda!
• Thank you, Arria, for always being willing to share your thoughts and ideas during our classroom discussions. I know it's not always easy to do but I notice and appreciate it very much. Keep up the great work!
• Ryan noticed that I (Mrs. Sodemann) was feeling a little frustrated and he came over and gave me a hug. Ryan thanks for noticing when I needed a little boost, I greatly appreciate it.
• During independent reading time Cindy did a nice job of staying engaged in her reading. Thank you Cindy for working hard during independent reading time.
• Laila helped out with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. Her smiles and kindness made a real difference and I am proud of her! Thank you, Laila!
• Mallory helped out with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. Her kindness and caring made a real difference and I am proud of her! Thank you, Mallory!
• Landon helped out with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. His ownership of responsibly and smiles made a real difference and I am proud of him! Thank you, Landen!
• Owen assisted with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. His kindness and helpfulness made a real difference and I am proud of him! Thank you, Owen!
• Kamila helped out with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. Her smiles and kindness made a real difference and I am proud of her! Thank you, Kamila!
• Addy helped out with the kindergartners during the morning activities last Friday. She has been responsible and kind, and it hasn't gone unnoticed. She made a real difference and I am proud of her! Thank you, Addy!
• Cindy, I noticed how hard you are working at staying engaged during independent reading time. Thank you for trying your best.
• Nyla, thank you for always working hard in our classroom discussions. Your enthusiasm and participation makes our classroom a better place.
• During our last DARE lesson, the class played a game reviewing all the material that had been learned throughout the sessions. Jaxon was very engaged in the game and participating appropriately. The fact that he knew so many answers was evidence that he was also engaged throughout all of the lessons. Thank you, Jaxon, for showing Officer Harnen how great Lakeview is!
• Throughout our reading and writing unit, Rowan has been engaged in the research and writing process. Additionally, it is evident in her writing that she listened during mini-lessons and applied what we had learned. Great job setting yourself up for success in the future!
4K Registration for 2023-24 is open
Click here for information about South Milwaukee's 4K program. Contact the office if you have questions and register now.