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Class of the Month- Intermediate
Mrs. Issleib's Class is Class of the Month. Congratulations!
Lakeview teachers will "Bee a Champion" to Lakeview students!
Enchanted Backpack donates $45,000 worth of classroom supplies to Lakeview School!

Principal’s Message for February 13th

Lions,

Today was such a great day.  Thank you to our PTA for sponsering grades K-3 valentine’s parties and grades 4-6 an assembly.  The students had a blast before we sent them home today.

Today and tomorrow we are having our student led conferences.  Don’t forget to come at your assigned time to hear all the wonderful progress your child has made.  Each student has great things to share and we are so proud of each and every one of them!

There is no school the rest of the day today, tomorrow and Monday.  Enjoy your extra long weekend!  We will see everyone back at school on Tuesday, February 18th.

District 54 Severe Weather Response Plan

Now that we have seen some winter weather, please see the link for information about our District 54 Severe Weather Response plan.

News from the Nurse

This is information about conjunctivitis. This is commonly known as “PINK EYE”.

Symptoms may include
* Itchy, burning, watery eyes
* Sensitivity to light
* Clear to pus-like discharge from the eye
* Crusted or sealed eye lids upon awakening
* Redness of the white lining of the eye

Diagnosis:
* Confirmed by health care provider

Causes
* Conjunctivitis may be caused by a bacteria, virus, or allergen
* Direct contact with an infected person
* Indirect contact with contaminated surfaces or objects

Treatment
* Consult healthcare provider
* Eye medication may be prescribed depending on the cause
* Medication should be given a minimum of 24 hours before returning to school

Prevention
* Child should use own towel and wash cloth
* Remind child to avoid touching/rubbing their eyes and wash hands frequently

If your child develops symptoms similar to those of conjunctivitis, please keep your child home from school, contact your healthcare provider, and inform the school nurse of a confirmed case. Remember that good hand washing is the number one way to prevent the spread of communicable disease.

Spanish Speech Contest

District 54 will host its tenth annual Spanish Language Speech Contest on May 7. For more information about the Spanish Speech Contest please click on the link to our district webpage.

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla