Lakeview Intermediate School
1819 Graham Road Stow,
Principal: Andrew Yanchunas
Asst. Principal: Angie Farneth
8:30 am - 3:10 pm
7:30 am - 3:45 pm
7:30 am - 3:45 pm
- Please see the links below for information about vaccinations required for current 6th grade students before they enter 7th grade and the opportunity to recieve these vaccinations here at school on Tuesday March 10. Consent forms are due to school by March 3 tao take advantage of this opportunity.
- The latest newsletter is now available under the NEWSLETTERS tab to the left.
- Stay "in the loop!" Follow Lakeview on Twitter @LakeviewLoop for reminders and updates.
produced by Mrs. Baughman and Mrs. Gillespie's 2019-2020 Team 64!
produced by Mrs. Baughman and Mrs. Gillespie's 2018-2019 Team!
Monday February 3 is an A day.
Tuesday February 4 is a B day.
Wednesday February 5 is a C day.
Thursday February 6 is an A day.
Friday February 7 SNOW DAY
Monday February 10 is a B day.
Tuesday February 11 is a C day.
Wednesday February 12 is an A day.
Thursday February 13 is a B day.
Friday February 14 is a C day.
Monday February 17 -NO SCHOOL
Tuesday February 18 is an A day.
Wednesday February 19 is a B day.
Thursday February 20 is a C day.
Friday February 21 is an A day.
Monday February 24 is a B day.
Tuesday February 25 is a C day.
Wednesday February 26 is an A day.
Thursday February 27 is a B day.
Friday February 28 is a C day.
Specials take place on a three day rotation. If we miss school due to inclement weather the schedule is pushed forward. For example, if we miss school on a Tuesday that was to be an A day, then Wedesday becomes an A day and the schedule follows in that new order from that day forward.
*If students need additional time to finish eating ; they may stay in the cafeteria to finish eating before heading to recess
VISION: Providing Inspiration to Make a Difference in the World
MISSION: Our Mission is to Provide a 21st Century Education Empowering Each Learner to Be a Self-Motivated Successful Citizen in a Global Society.
As a school; we continue to focus on our expectations that will help lead to academic and behavioral success. Many schools; including ours, design their expectations within the PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports) framework. 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 shared with students’ families. 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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