News & Notes
Internet Safety Presentation for Parents and Students- Feb 27th
Please join us as we welcome Rick Floyd, who will share valuable information about internet safety and how to protect our children from online predators. Mr. Floyd currently works for the Greenville County School District in the Information Security Department of IT; and has also worked for the Greenville City Police Department as an undercover internet detective. This event will take place at the beginning of Curriculum Night, February 27th at 6:00pm. Mark your calendars and be present to hear such an important presentation.
Band and Orchestra Fundraiser
1-2-3-4 We Declare a Penny War! The battle is on between Band and Orchestra! Bring in your pennies and bills to Mrs. Morgan and Mr. Helms in the mornings and vote for your favorite--Band or Orchestra! Or, bring in nickels, dimes, and quarters and sabotage the other team!! The war starts on Tuesday, February 20 and will last until Friday, March 2. Help your favorite group win the war!!
Greenville County Schools is now scheduled to use all three of our Make Up Days as noted on the publised GCS Calendar. Therefore, the following days are now scheduled to be school days: Monday, March 19th; Friday, March 30th; Friday, April 27th.
Parents of rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students. Please join us for Curriculum Night on Tuesday, February 27th at 6:00 to learn more about classes that will be offered for the 2018-2019 school year!
Lakeview Link Connector to the Swamp Rabbit Trail
Greenville Tech Summer Camp
Are you a fan of STEM, or interested in learning more about Greenville Tech's Summer Camps? Visit their website at http://www.gvltec.edu/summer-camps to learn more information about the New Summer Day Camps at Greenville Technical College. The Opportunity will start in June and last for 6 weeks.
Congrats to Katherine King
Congrats to our very own Katherine King for being nominated and selected as one of Upstate Parent Magazine's "2018 Educators Who Make A Difference". To read the article featuring her and her story visit the following link.
It's time to begin making your purchase for Lakeview Middle's 2017-2018 yearbook. The cost of a yearbook is $25.00 and will be printed in color with a hardback cover. Please present cash; no checks will be accepted. If you are interested in purchasing a yearbook this year, please see Ms. Smith, our yearbook adviser, on the related arts hallway. Thank you in advance!