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Wednesday, January 25th is the 100th day of school! Celebrate with us by having a dress down day! See dress code for guidelines. 
The 2017-2018 lottery is open now until February 15th. 
Students currently enrolled at Lakeview Academy DO NOT need to apply for the lottery.
Siblings not currently attending WILL need to apply for the lottery. 
Upcoming open house/tours:
(Tuesday) 1/24/2016 6-8pm
(Wednesday) 2/1/2017 6-8pm
(Thursday) 2/9/2017 5-7pm
Lottery Registration Link
Parents,
 
Please remember the front of the school is a no-drop-off/no-pickup-zone. Please use the carpool lanes even if you are running late. Thank you for helping us keep kids safe!
Basketball Concession Help Needed
 

We are looking for adults to man the concession stand during our home games for both boys and girls games. 

We need people who are committed to staying for the time selected. An adult needs to be in the room at all times. 

Times are from 4:30-6 and 6-7:15

Thanks for your support!

Sign up here
Lakeview Academy’s art department is hosting an adult paint night
Friday, February 10th
 7-9pm, GYM #2
Experience a new kind of night out!
 We invite you to create over refreshments while being guided by Lakeview Academy’s Art teachers. Grab a date or friend and a sense of humor and spend two hours laughing, socializing and flexing your creative muscles.
There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies. 
Take home your own painting
 
Tickets are pre-sold at the office until January 31st.
Tickets
$20 each
$35 for two

Contact Michelle Beck
mbeck@lakeview-academy.com
801-331-6788 *276
More Paint Night Information

Spelling Bee Help Needed:

Lakeview Academy Spelling Bee is coming up on February 3rd from 8am-10am. We are in need of some help with judging, numbering, and seating arrangements. Great way to earn some volunteer hours!

Sign up here to help with Spelling Bee
Click here to help with the upcoming book fair
School Breakfast

Did you know that Lakeview Academy serves a yummy, well balanced breakfast each morning, besides lunch? Your student will always have 2 choices for breakfast. 1. Cereal, which includes their choice of several different cereals, a muffin, juice, milk and a fruit. the 2. The hot meal which changes each morning and it includes the entree, juice, milk, and a fruit. Come and try our yummy breakfast, and start your morning off right! 
Breakfast is served from 7:30 am - 7:55 am M-F. The cost for breakfast is $1.10, or if your student qualifies for reduced breakfast /lunch it is $.30. If your student qualifies for free or reduced meals at school, breakfast is included! 
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Mandy El Halta
Lakeview Academy Cafeteria Director
melhalta@lakeview-academy.com
801-331-6788 ext. 125
 The middle school will be collecting change to help the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society soon. LLS would like to know if there are any blood cancer survivors among our Lakeview community. Please contact Emily Milam (Emily.Milam@lls.org) if you would like to share.
Thank you!
Elementary students in third through sixth grades will be having talent shows in their drama classes at the end of this month, in the multi-purpose room. I'm sure that many of you have heard about this from your students.  Hopefully, if your students signed up to participate, they have been practicing at home.  Parents are invited to attend during their children's show.  We have included a table to let you know what time your child's show will be.  
 
Jan. 24th:
1:00-1:30  Paynter 3rd grade
1:30-2:00   Heath 4th grade
2:00-2:30   Batschi 5th grade
2:30-2:55 Thompson 6th grade

Jan. 25th: 
1:00-1:30   Rae 3rd grade
1:30-2:00   Safeer 4th grade
2:00-2:30   Fenton 5th grade
2:30-2:55   Green 6th grade

Jan. 26th: 
1:00-1:30   Thompson 3rd grade
1:30-2:00   Barrett 4th grade
2:00-2:30   Stockett 5th grade
2:30-2:55   Smith 6th grade

Jan. 30th: 
1:00-1:30   Holdsworth 3rd grade
1:30-2:00   Buchanan 4th grade
2:00-2:30   Duncan 5th grade
2:30-2:55   Lincoln 6th grade

Outdoor Recess
It's getting COLD! Please send warm clothing for students to wear outside.

**If the temp is below 20 degrees (taking into account the wind chill) students will remain indoors.

**If it is raining, students will remain indoors  (However, if it is sprinkling they will go out unless our recess aides report it is getting too wet.)

**If the air quality is poor students will remain indoors. We follow the guidelines by the state. You can see more at: 
Air quality
The Final Frontier is Now Open!
 
          Lakeview Academy’s newest spaceship simulator, “Apollo” is now open on Wednesdays from 3pm-10pm and Saturdays from 10am-10pm. Come celebrate your birthday, get a group of friends or adults together, or have a family reunion to explore the universe. But beware…sometimes the Final Frontier pushes back. For adventure, wonder, and intrigue visit https://discoveryspacecenter.com/ to book your mission today!
Lakeview Families!! Use Promo Code: PRIDELAND2 for a special discount on a 2.5 hour mission, and PRIDELAND4 for a special discount on a 4.5 hour mission.

LUNCH BALANCES:

Please log in to your SIS/Aspire account and periodically check your students lunch balances. The lunchroom managers will be stamping students hands when they have a negative balance. Please email melhalta@lakeview-academy.com with any questions. 

To apply for free and reduced lunch log on to your SIS/Aspire account. All applications are now done online. 
Collect box tops and earn a dress down day each month! See forms for more details:
Box Top Worksheet
Box Top Letter 2016-2017
Lakeview Academy is excited to have the Girls on the Run Program for all 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Girls. This National program is celebrating its 10th year and is a great running program that integrates character building skills, team work, and self-value activities with running. We will meet every Monday and Wednesday from 3:15-4:15 PM starting Monday, February 20. Go to www.girlsontherunutah.org  to register your daughter.
Don't forget to apply for a scholarship to help cover the registration fees. Any questions; contact Katie McCurdy @ 801-913-5439.
Beat the crowds/avoid long lines by paying your middle school fees and lunch money online ahead of time! 

Middle School fees (7-9th graders)

Current Fees: $150.00
(breakdown)                                      
Science Lab Fee:         $20.00
Elective Fee:                $40.00
Computer Use Fee:     $25.00
Activity Fee:                $65.00 

 
Pay Middle School Fees Online
If you qualify for a fee waiver please turn in form to the front office as soon as possible.
Fee Waiver Form
Lunch Money: (1st-9th graders)

Save yourself time by paying for lunch money online. You can even set up an automatic payment to come out of your account monthly.
Pay Lunch Money Online
SIS/Aspire is our student information system. All parents need to set up an account to track grades/homework/add emergency contacts/update info.

Follow the instructions listed in the link below and earn one hour of volunteer time per family.

If you have never set up an SIS/Aspire account please do so. If you need your student numbers contact the front office. 
Update SIS Info
Elementary Yearbook Form
Middle School Yearbook Form
PALS I and II Training
ALL volunteers working at the school must be at least PALS I trained and have a volunteer badge.
 
PALS I and PALS II Training booklets and quizes available at the front office. 
Lakeview Academy does have the ability to take fingerprints and submit background checks. 
 
When doing Pals 1 and Pals 2 please do not bring children
 
Fingerprinting Usage Fee and Hours for Lakeview Academy Employees/Volunteers:
 
Usage Fee: $0.00
Background check fee for volunteers/employees: $37.00
 
Please schedule an appointment
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-2pm
 
 
PALS 1
Volunteers at PALS I will have a significant level of interaction with students, yet will still be supervised by the classroom teacher. Their main responsibilities are to assist with small group instruction in math, language arts or any of the additional core subjects as needed. Volunteers at this level would be asked to go through some basic training.
 
PALS 2
Volunteers at PALS II  will have the greatest interaction with students and could potentially be left unsupervised with students. However, they will not be permitted at any time to be alone with any one student. More than one student or another teacher must be in close proximity (for instance, the volunteer may work with a student in the hall -- a public thoroughfare -- with the classroom door remaining open). They could provide the same assistance as a Level One volunteer. Yet the main responsibilities of these volunteers include: after school tutoring, working with students in class who need individual assistance, substitute teaching, and chaperoning field trips. Training would be required for volunteers at this level. 
Volunteers at this level will be required to be fingerprinted and have a background check in accordance with Utah Law 53A-3-410. Volunteers whose background check shows convictions for any class A misdemeanor or felony, including pleas in abeyance and diversion agreements(or the equivalent from another state) will not be permitted to be a PALS Two volunteer however; they may be allowed to be a PALS One volunteer. These background checks must be done every four years at the volunteer’s expense. Complete detailed information regarding these procedures is available upon request.
Parents, 
 
We hope that you will encourage the love of reading at home by participation in the Accelerated Reader program. Please click the following links for more details.
Accelerated Reader Details
AR Parent Guide
AR Parent Guide to STAR Reading
Counseling Corner
January character trait is Responsibility

1.Being in control of your own behavior
2.Being trusted with important jobs
3.Having your work finished on time
4.Doing your part when working together

 
There have been a few minor changes to the dress code. Please review while purchasing school uniforms.
Dress Code

Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship (CSS)

School districts and charter schools are required by Utah Law, 53A1a-704(10), to inform parents of students with IEPs enrolled in public schools, of the availability of a scholarship to attend a private school through the Carson Smith Scholarship Program.
  
The Carson Smith Special Needs Scholarship provides tuition assistance for eligible special needs students with a current IEP. Prospective applicants and their parents may view detailed program information and application forms for the CSS Program on the Utah State Office of Education at:  http://www.schools.utah.gov/sars/Scholarships.aspx
Saratoga Springs Youth Recreation Info
Girls fast pitch softball
Spring soccer
Youth volleyball
Click here for Sage Opt Out Forms 2016-2017
527 W 400 N Saratoga Springs, UT 84045

Phone: (801) 331-6788
Fax: (801) 331- 6792 
 
Office Hours: 
Monday - Thursday 7:30am - 3:30pm
Friday 7:30am - 12:30pm
Bell Schedule
Upcoming Events

January

Jan. 24th: Lottery open house/tour 6-8pm
Jan. 25th: 100th day of school-dress down day


February

Feb. 1st: Lottery open house/tour 6-8pm
Feb. 9th: Lottery open house/tour 5-7pm
Feb. 15th-16th: SEP's-student 1/2 days. NO KINDER

 
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