Dear Parents and Caregivers,
It's amazing that we are at the end of this school year. It has been a wonderful year full of hard work and learning. Your children have had a great year. As the school year comes to a close, I want to thank you for all that you have done to help your child(ren) be successful.
I also want to thank some of our Lakeview Family/Faculty that will be leaving this year. Mr. Walworth (5th), Mrs. Brown (3rd), Mrs. Peterson (2nd), Mrs. Mercer (K), Mrs. Corry (librarian), Mrs. Russell (cook), Mrs. Bunderson (AmeriCorps) and Mr. Rasmussen (Administrative Intern). We love and appreciate all of the time, love and dedication these friends and amazing people have given to the children and families at Lakeview. We will miss them tremendously and wish them the best in their lives and new adventures. They will always be in our hearts.
As soon as school is out the maintenance department will be adding a new drop-off and pick-up drive through on the south side of the building. We are so excited to have this driveway and additional parking spaces available for the safety and well-being of the children.
For your information we will be having summer lunch at Lakeview again this summer. It is available M-F from June 4th - July 27th from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm. Patrons will need to enter through the east doors ONLY. Please be aware there are no bathroom facilities available due to summer cleaning.
I hope that you and your family will have a safe and productive summer. I want to remind you to keep your children reading and practicing math facts. The superintendent will be around in the fall to celebrate the students who read and turn in their summer reading minutes or chapter books read. They will also be celebrating and presenting certificates for both reading and math so create a scheduled time to read and practice math facts all summer. Please check out these links below:
This link will provide a math fluency tracker that you can bring in next fall for the certificate from the Superintendent.
Staying fluent in math, just like in reading, takes practice. To do this, we would like to encourage students district-wide to set a goal to practice math facts for at least 10 minutes per day, 4 days per week, for 10 weeks this summer. This simple habit equates to almost 7 hours of math practice!