Lakeview Intermediate School
1819 Graham Road Stow,
Principal: Andrew Yanchunas
Asst. Principal: Angie Farneth
8:15 am - 2:45 pm
7:15 am - 3:45 pm
7:15 am - 3:45 pm
Lakeview Intermediate Student Selected as “Hero Patient” for Akron Children’s Hospital Akron Marathon
Lakeview Intermediate student Tanner Ross, also known as Titanium Tanner, was selected to be a “Hero Patient” during this year’s Akron Children’s Hospital Akron Marathon on Saturday, Sept. 23. One of 14 featured hero patients, race attendees can meet Tanner, along with the other heroes at the mile nine marker Hero Zone.
Born with neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder, Tanner has undergone numerous spine surgeries and hours of therapy to relieve pain and severe scoliosis caused by the disorder.
Tanner was selected as a Hero Patient for his strength and positive attitude throughout the numerous surgeries and therapy and his involvement as a member of the Akron Children’s teen advisory group.
Tanner will be cheering on runners beginning at 7 a.m. The Hero Zone is sponsored by Stark State College and Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease LLP.
The entire Stow-Munroe Falls community is proud of Tanner for receiving this honor and for the continued strength he shows each day throughout his journey. To learn more about Tanner’s story, visit: http://bit.ly/TannerRoss.
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As a school; we continue to focus on our expectations that will help lead to academic and behavioral success. PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) has come to Lakeview! What is PBIS? A school-wide approach to discipline and a process for creating safer and more effective schools. Through PBIS we have developed school-wide expectations and are continually in the process of teaching and reteaching these expectations to the student body. Students are continually reminded about expectations for several settings: the classroom, library, computer lab, restroom, cafeteria, playground and bus. Lakeview's expectations can be summed up with the simple PAWS acronym: Put Safety 1st, Act Responsibly, Work Hard and Show Respect. Students are being recognized for being "pawsitive" examples of these expectations. Teacher referrals are read during morning announcements and posted in a hallway display. Students also receive a "paw" inspired gift from the office. Should the need arise for students to be redirected; parents may receive a SWAP (same expectations; different acronym) form. Should this occur; we ask for parent support in reminding students that they should "swap" inappropriate behaviors for productive ones.
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