Lakeview Parent Bulletin
October 25. 2016
Dress Up Day Themes
Monday – Costume day. No masks, face point, hoods, or anything above the shoulders.
Tuesday – Twin Day
Wednesday – Hat Day
Thursday – Crazy Hair/Mismatch Day
Friday – Pajama Day and this must be appropriate PJ's that follow school dress code.
Each day is $1.00 to participate. Each team will be competing to show who is the most spirited and the proceeds from each spirit week go to funding the May Dance for the students.
Time to Get Your Spirit on!
Veteran’s Day is rapidly approaching. Lakeview Junior High would like to take the opportunity to recognize and honor those who have served or are currently serving our country in the armed services. We are asking that you fill out the form below and have your son/daughter return it to school by Monday, October 31th. If you have a friend or a family member who is currently serving or who has served our country, please write his/her name, the war they fought in (if applicable), the military branch served under, and the name of your Lakeview student. A star will then be placed on the wall outside of the main office. You are welcome to stop in and view our display after November 10th. Thanks for your support of this project.
The holidays are quickly approaching along with all the wonderful memories made during these special times. The holidays are an enjoyable time with family and friends, however, that does not mean that they are not stressful! We realize some families may need some assistance providing a memorable holiday for their children. Pickerington Schools are teaming up, once again, with the Violet Township Fire Department to help provide some assistance for families in need during this holiday season.
For those out and about during the holiday season, you may see big red boxes throughout the community and in the schools. If you would like to donate a new toy/gift for the holiday season it can be placed in the big red boxes. Suggestions for gift donations include, action figures, activity books, art supplies, bath & body items, Barbie dolls, blocks/building sets, board games, books, crafts, Disney items, fashion accessories, headphones/earbuds, handheld game devices, jewelry, Legos, make-up & hair accessories, perfume/cologne, puzzles, sports equipment, stuffed animals, toy trucks, and video games. If you would prefer to donate in other ways, such as gift cards, please send them to the school office.If you would like an application for holiday assistance this year, please contact your school counselor: 7th graders - Amy_Weinrich@plsd.us & 8th graders- Sarah_Geiger@plsd.us or call 614-830-2200. The application is also below. Please only one application per household. This application is handled in a confidential manner; however, the information will be shared with local agencies. More details will be shared with applicants. The deadline for applications in will be NOVEMBER 18th, 2016.
The high school classes at the jr. high this year are: Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Spanish I, Spanish II, French I, German I, Integrated Science, Gifted English 9, Art Appreciation, Theater, and Physical Education 9.
These forms must be completed and returned BEFORE the completion of the course. Year-long courses must be submitted by May 10. For trimester courses, the form must be completed before the class is completed. Any student wishing to take a course pass/fail this first trimester, must complete and return the form by October 27.
Additional forms are available in the office and should be returned to the school counselor.
PTO meetings will be the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 pm. Our next meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, November 3.
25 Parent Teacher Conferences 3:45-7:15
26 Parent Teacher Conferences 11:00-7:00
3 PTO meeting
11 End of First Trimester
23-25 Thanksgiving Break