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on Friday, Dec. 16th
We understand that there has been some confusion regarding Lakeview's dismissal time on the last Friday before Christmas Break. School will dismiss that day at our usual Friday time.
School dismissal at 1:10 on Friday, Dec. 16th
Free At-Home Kindergarten Readiness Program
Find more information HERE
A Big Thank You to Provo City Employees!
As part of the United Way Day of Caring, Provo City employees provided service at various schools, nonprofit organizations, and homes throughout Utah County. Lakeview was lucky to have volunteers from the power, forestry, and fire departments hard at work for our school! They painted a giant map of Brazil on our blacktop, dug tree rings, added bark, washed windows, shoveled mulch, and dusted shelves! The kids loved visiting with them as they worked, and seeing the big red fire truck out front was fun too! Thank you to these great volunteers for all their work and effort today!
Lakeview will be competing in BATTLE OF THE BOOKS this year!
This is a voluntary reading incentive program for students in 4 - 6th grade. The purpose is to encourage students to read great books and have fun while competing with peers. Teams will compete as they answer questions about books from the reading list. Use the links below to access the correct reading list for your child's grade level.
Let the battle begin!
Please Help Keep Our Kids Safe!
We are happy to see so many students biking and walking to school each morning. Please consider having your child bike or walk to school in an effort to reduce the amount of traffic coming and going from Lakeview. Because of this year's increased traffic on Lakeshore Drive, some concerns have arisen. Parents driving students to school are not being mindful of crosswalks and allowing students the right-of-way. If you choose to drive your child to school, please proceed with great caution on the streets surrounding Lakeview Elementary. If your child already bikes or walks to school, please discuss how to do so safely on traffic-filled streets. Thank you for your cooperation. We will continue to work together to ensure the best situation for our student and their safety.
Summer Office Hours
Main Office: Open Tuesdays 9:00am - 1:00pm
Library: Open Tuesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm
Find out what school supplies your child will need for the coming school year.
(Supply lists by grade)
During the school year, students grow in terms of knowledge and skills. However, when summer break comes along, the formal learning process often ends, and many students begin to show learning losses known as the Summer Slide. Parents can prevent the Summer Slide by keeping kids involved in learning over the summer months.
Use the links below to find activities that will be beneficial for students entering each grade-level.
- Incoming Kindergarteners
- Incoming 1st Graders
- Incoming 2nd Graders
- Incoming 3rd Graders
- Incoming 4th Graders
- Incoming 5th Graders
- Incoming 6th Graders
Use the links below to access sites indicated in the grade-level lists. Your child's usernames and passwords for each site will be the same as used in the previous school year. If you need help with passwords, please email Mrs. Friedbaum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Field Day Fun !
We had a great time at our Field Day event!
Watching over 600 children play, cheer, and have fun together
is a heartwarming way to end the school year!
Daily Herald Recognizes Karen Cox
as Educator of the Week!
Karen Cox, a kindergarten teacher at Lakeview Elementary School in the Provo School District, has been named this week’s Daily Herald Educator of the Week.
Cox has been a teacher for nine years, including teaching in Oregon, Payson, and now Provo. Before she joined the Lakeview teaching team, Cox was the Lakeview PTA President.
Cox is passionate about her art integration program. She is also constantly looking for creative ways to teach her students the fundamentals of education in a fun and engaging way.
One such lesson is to memorize the five-finger acronym TPTSL:
- Thumb: begin with a capital letter
- Pointer: spaces
- Tall finger: tall capital letters wherever they are needed
- Shorter finger: shorter lower case letters wherever they are needed
- Last finger: end with punctuation
Karen also uses art integration lessons to teach math, where students use sunflower seeds and craft supplies to learn how to count by two and solve math problems.
The Provo School District congratulates Cox and thanks her for her hard work at Lakeview Elementary.
Summer Child Nutrition Program
All children 18-years and under may participate in this program and eat breakfast and lunch for free. The Summer Child Nutrition Program ensures that children continue to learn and grow, and to have access to nutritious meals during the summer months when schools are closed. It is a key building block in our community for healthy, happy children who are ready to learn.
- Timpanogos Elementary School. 449 N. 500 W., Provo UT.
May 31 to July 28, 2016.
Breakfast: 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Lunch: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
- Franklin Elementary School. 355 S. 700 W., Provo UT.
June 6 to July 21, 2016.
Breakfast: 8:30 am to 9:30 am. Lunch: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
- Provo Peaks Elementary School. 655 E. Center Street, Provo UT.
June 6 to July 21, 2016.
Breakfast: 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Lunch: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
- Spring Creek Elementary School. 1740 S. Nevada Avenue, Provo UT.
June 6 to July 28, 2016.
Breakfast: 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Lunch: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm.
- Independence High School. 636 N. Independence Way, Provo UT.
June 6 to June 30, 2016. CLOSED July 4 to July 8, 2016. REOPENS July 11 to August 4, 2016.
Breakfast: 7:30 am to 8:30 am. Lunch: 11:30 am to 12:15 pm.
The Provo City School District is hosting an immunization clinic at the Professional Development Center (PDC) Tuesday, April 26th from 12-4 p.m. Nurses from the county health department will be there to immunize students.
This clinic is available for any incoming or current students who need immunizations. Make sure to save the date!
April 26, 2016
Professional Development Center
280 West 940 North
Provo, UT 84604
3rd Grade Wax Museum
Third graders sat still as wax statues while the whole school
paraded by! They did a great job representing historical figures who
had an impact on our world. It was amazing!
Wednesday, April 13th
We are excited for a new group of kindergarteners to join Lakeview next year! Registration will be tomorrow, Wednesday, April 13th in the gym. You can save time by filling out the necessary forms at forms.provo.edu. Please tell neighbors and friends with incoming kindergarteners that Wednesday is the day!
6th Grader Wins 1st Place
at the BYU STEM Fair!
Congratulations to Kennedy in Mrs. Burningham's class for winning 1st place at the Central Utah STEM Fair at BYU. She now has the opportunity to compete for a chance to move on to the next level in Washington D.C. Way to go Kennedy!
Provo Mayor Visits Lakeview
As part of Provo's birthday celebration, Mayor Curtis
visited with Mrs. Guzman's 2nd graders today. Her class sang
a community helper song and partied with the mayor!
Golden Apple Award Winner
Congratulations Mrs. Cox
Lakeview Elementary's 2016 Golden Apple Teacher!
Teacher of the Year
Congratulations Mrs. Wing
Lakeview Elementary's 2016 Teacher of the Year!
Principal Gets Suspended!
We duct-taped our principal to a door!
Oh yes we did! The PTA fundraiser was a great success and students who participated got to help tape Mr. Daniels to the door!
(Watch the video here)
Dog Attacks Officer at Lakeview!
As part of our Red Ribbon Week activities, a Provo police officer and his dog
showed us how smart and strong police dogs can be!
Crazy Hair Day!
As a wrap-up to our fun Red Ribbon Week activities, students
had a Hair Raising Crazy Hair Day!
Dad's & Donuts in 3rd Grade!
Third grade students in Mrs. Anderson's class welcomed dads and grandpas to a fun Dads and Donuts celebration. The event provides quality time for students to spend time with their family members while reading and eating yummy snacks!
6th Grade End-of-Term Party!
The 6th graders had a great time at their End-of-Term party. In order to earn the party, students had to have every single assignment turned in for the entire term!
They worked hard and really earned this fun event!
The End of an Era!
Cheryl Kromis, our wonderful nutrition manager, is retiring after 28 years of preparing meals for the students of Provo District. That is over 100,000 meals (and yes, we did the math)!! This Friday is her last day, and we cannot adequately express how greatly she will be missed. Here are a few comments from the faculty and staff of Lakeview:
Cheryl Kromis has been a terrific Nutrition manager. We have worked together for 23 years. She cares about the quality of food that is served and takes pride in doing a great job. She cares about people and that is what has made her a great fit. We love her like family and will miss her. Happy retirement!!
Roald Dahl once said, “ If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.” Cheryl is a lovely person. She always seems to shine and make teachers and students around her feel good. She will be missed.
Cheryl goes out of her way to make the lunchroom an enjoyable, happy place to be. She is ALWAYS willing to serve both children and adults in any way she can. We will really miss her!!!!
Thank you Cheryl for years of service!
Cheryl always had such a big happy smile on her face, and always made the children feel welcome in the lunchroom! She always tried to make the lunchroom a fun and welcoming place!
Cheryl is known for her great laugh and big smile. Almost every morning as I would come in the door at Grandview I would see Cheryl coming down the hall smiling and singing. Her happy disposition always made me glad to be at work. We are at opposite ends of the building at Lakeview so I don't see her as much, but when I do she is still cheerful, and kind. Cheryl has always been very helpful and easy to work with, when I have asked for sack lunches for our field trips she happily gets them ready and adds something special to the lunches to help make the day an even better one for the students. Cheryl doesn't let a holiday go by where she doesn't decorate and do something fun for the children. Cheryl will be missed by all the staff and students at Lakeview!
Always, ALWAYS had a smile for the kids and teachers.
If you needed anything Cheryl got it and gave it to you quickly with a smile. She made me feel like I was the most important person in the room. Cheryl loved my twins and they love her. The twins go straight to the lunch room to see her when they come to Lakeview.
Lunch was a pleasant experience.
Cheryl always put the students and staff first, even before her own health. She always has a smile and lets you know she really cares about you. She is loved and will be greatly missed by all.
I'm thinking back, and in my 20 years of working with Cheryl, I can't remember a time when she didn't have a big smile for the kids, or for me. Every time I walked into her office, she lit up as if I was exactly who she was hoping to see. She makes everyone around her feel special. She will be missed.
Kids Can Code!
We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago. The 6th graders in Mrs. Rose's class have been involved in a program that teaches kids computer coding! These pictures were taken during a lesson on binary computer code.
Science Fair Winners
The 6th graders did a fantastic job at the Annual 6th Grade Science Fair!
The students shown above will move to the next level
and represent Lakeview at the Science & Technology Fair held at BYU.
We are so proud of our 6th grade scientists!!
Reading with the Holiday Stars!
We had a great time reading Christmas stories with our favorite teachers.
After reading, we ate cookies and each child got to
choose a book of their own to take home!
4th Graders Hit the Slopes!
The 4th graders had a fantastic time
swishing down the mountain at Sundance Ski Resort!
Each student took a ski lesson, and spent a fun day on the mountain.
Fine Arts Christmas Concert
The choir, band, and orchestra did a fabulous job performing
in the annual Fine Arts Concert.
It was a festive way to welcome the Christmas season!
(Check out their opening song here)
Dads and Donuts at Lakeview
The entries in this year's Reflection Contest were amazing! Our fabulous students created original pieces in the areas of Literature, Visual and 3D Art work, Photography, and Dance. Check out the amazing entries and contest winners!
Join us for the Lakeview costume parade on Friday, October 30th at 12:30!
Parents, please plan to enjoy the parade outside along the indicated parade route. We ask that parents wait to enter the hallways until the final student in the parade-line has entered the building.
CRUNCHING our Apples
Apple Crunch Day!
We joined hundreds of thousands of school students as we each “crunched” into an apple during our “Apple CRUNCH” event on October 14th. This simple act of crunching into an apple symbolizes our effort to raise awareness about the importance of eating a healthy diet, increasing access and affordability of fruits and vegetables, and supporting local farmers.
PTA Reflections Contest
Celebrate your creativity through... Literature, Visual and 3D Art work, Photography, and Dance.
For complete rules, entry forms, and consent forms, visit www.utahpta.org/reflections
Forms are also available in the main office
- Print out the two required forms, Student Entry Form, and the Artist Statement Form for your chosen category. Make sure each form is filled out completely. Entries without these forms automatically loose 5 points.
- All entries must have paperwork in a plastic sheet protector, and artwork in a large manila envelope.
- Reflection: the concept is more important than the technique.
Entries are Due OCTOBER 21st
Lakeview students participated in a poster contest during Kindness Week.
Each student did a fantastic job!
Click here to check out all our great entries!!
STOP, WALK, & TALK
Lakeview students learn how to respond to unkind behavior & bullying
Watch a STOP, WALK, and TALK VIDEO here
Lakeview Family Picnic
Students, Parents, and Teachers enjoyed getting together!
Lakeview School Report
Presented by Mr. Daniels at our annual Parent Data Presentation
Tower of Terror Challenge
Lakeview's 5th & 6th Graders Learn to be Problem-solvers
with the help of U.S. Synthetic Corporation
Timpanogos Storytelling Festival
4th & 5th graders had a great time!
It is National School Backpack Awareness Day on September 16th. Before you send your child to school make sure their backpack fits right and isn't too heavy. Your child's back will be very grateful.
Green Ribbon Safety Week!
At our NEDSmartz Safety Assembly we learned about
trying our best and making good choices
The Provo Fire Department came and we all got WET!!
Click here to see more pictures!
Student Drop-off and Pick-up CHANGE
Dear parents, August, 2015
As we observed the pick-up and drop-off area directly in front of the kindergarten entrance it was clear that improvements were needed. With input from parents, teachers, and administration, a plan was made to make the process safer and more efficient for students and parents alike.
With your help and cooperation we feel a positive difference can be made. The following page lists the guidelines and procedures that will be implemented this school year, 2015-2016.
Possibly, the most important two procedures will be:
1st Only parents with kindergarten children enter the circle at the south end of the west entrance for pick-up and drop-off. This will greatly reduce the number of cars entering the circle.
2nd Do not leave your car unattended in the circle during any of the three drop-off and pick-up times. Traffic needs to move through the circle. An unattended parked car will totally disrupt the flow.
Thank you again for your help in our attempt to make the process much safer and efficient.
Posted-July 8th, 2014
Lakeview's Portuguese Immersion Program
featured in the New York Times
Posted-July 8th, 2014
I am very lucky to have had such a great experience with the teachers who now teach at Lakeview Elementary and my other classmates. I had a severe speech impediment that the teachers and speech therapists helped me overcome. I received a solid education and relationships that I will always cherish. I always look back at my time with these teachers with great fondness.
After elementary school, I went to Dixon, Provo high, then across the street to BYU and then the U of U for medical school. I am currently a senior resident in Internal medicine and future chief medical resident at the University of Colorado.
The Lakeview teachers helped give me a solid base to grow on throughout the rest of my life.
We are so proud of you Bryan!