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Congratulations to Miss dePau's 6th grade class for being November's Class of the Month.
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November Class of the Month
Congratulations to Mrs. Arvis's 2nd Grade Class for being Class of the Month!

Principal’s Message for September 16, 2018

Lakeview Lions,

Our 6th graders have begun to take on many responsibilities here at Lakeview.  We look at our 6th graders as role models and the leaders of the building.  It is such a great sight to see them raising the flag every morning.

Conferences:

Conferences are coming up quickly.  They will be held on October 4th and 5th .  The purpose of the conferences is for your children to share their academic goals with you while celebrating their areas of strength and understanding their areas of weaknesses.  The classroom teacher will be facilitating the conference between you and your child.  These conferences last 15 minutes.  Invitations for these conferences will be coming home on Friday, September 21st.  Please note, our teachers are available anytime to talk with you about your child’s progress.  Please do not hesitate to give them a call and set up a time.

Drop and Go:

Thank you for your patience as we continue to improve our Drop and Go.  After evaluating our drop off zone, we decided to change the location.  We will be dropping the students off in the parking lot.

Parents using our Drop and Go please remember the guidelines….

  • Enter the drop and go zone moving south on Washington and turn right into our parking lot (follow sign).
  • Students must get out of the car on the right side ONLY independently (parents cannot stop the car to get out and help the students).
  • There is no parking in the parking lot during drop and go timeframe (8:25-8:40).
  • Once in the parking lot, follow the car in front of you.  Once you get to the stop sign to leave the lot, let your child out of the car.
  • As your child exits the car, you can either go straight or turn left onto Washington, please pay attention that it is a four way stop as you pull into the intersection.
  • Please be extra careful of the crossing guard and children crossing the street.  The crossing guard will be crossing many children on the right as you pull out onto Washington (please don’t turn that way).  When you see the crossing guard in the middle of the intersection, all cars MUST stop until she gets the children to a sidewalk safely.
  • Students need to have their backpack and school items with them, they cannot get out of the car then go to the trunk of the car to grab their items
  • Staff members will not be opening car doors for the students to get out
  • If your child needs more assistance, please park your car (in an area away from drop and go), help your child and then have them cross with the crossing guard at the cross walk.

Thank you for your assistance in this matter, we want to make sure we continue to keep everybody safe!

Run to Read:

District 54 is hosting its annual Run to Read, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at Dirksen Elementary School in Schaumburg. The day includes school mascot races at 7:30 a.m., 100-yard and 400-yard dashes for children at 8 a.m., a 5K run at 8:45 a.m. and a 1-mile family walk at 9 a.m. Although you can register at any time, even the morning of the race, you will save $5 and be guaranteed a Tshirt in the size you requested if you register by Sept. 1. The Run to Read is an awesome opportunity to promote healthy living by encouraging your children to exercise, or even better, by joining them on the walk or run. The event also supports our goal of collecting 1,000 children’s books for every classroom in District 54. To register, visit http://sd54.org/runtoread.

Social/Emotional Learning (SEL):

During the first few weeks of September, Lakeview students will be spending time in class learning about fairness and honesty.  In addition to the classroom lessons, we are hopeful that families will have conversations about SEL topics at home to reinforce these positive messages.  To assist families, we have attached a Home School Connection to use during your conversations.

HSC Fairness & Honesty.pdf ​​​​​​​

Important Dates:

  • 9/18 – Picture Day
  • 9/18 – PTA Meeting at 1:00
  • 9/19 – Early Dismissal – Students are dismissed at 11:40
  • 9/20 – PTA Neighborhood Night – (Oberweis, Evening Only)
  • 9/23 – Run to Read

Happy Weekend,

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla

Principal’s Message for September 12, 2018

Lakeview Lions,

As a school, we strive to meet the needs of the whole child, including the social-emotional needs of every student.  Our teachers know your child by name and by need and we work hard to build relationships and understand all of our learners.  To better ensure we support every student, this year we will be using a universal screener to help us ensure we have identified every student who may need additional social-emotional support.

The universal screener is a series of questions that staff members complete for the students they support. Students do not participate in the screener or receive direct feedback about the results. If your child has elevated risk factors identified through this screener, we would contact you directly to discuss how we can work together to intervene and support your student.  This is simply one additional way for our staff make sure we are helping every student be successful.  If you have any questions about the screener, please feel free to contact me.

Picture Day is Coming:

Picture Day is September 18th.  Our PTA has sent the picture envelopes home.  If you have misplaced yours or didn’t recieve one, please all the office and another one can be sent home.

Great Grocery Giveaway:

Tonight is our first Great Grocery Giveaway!  Please read the attached flyer for details.

Lakeview grocery flyer.pdf

 

Have a happy Wednesday!

 

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla

Run to Read

District 54 is hosting its annual Run to Read, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at Dirksen Elementary School in Schaumburg. The day includes school mascot races at 7:30 a.m., 100-yard and 400-yard dashes for children at 8 a.m., a 5K run at 8:45 a.m. and a 1-mile family walk at 9 a.m. Although you can register at any time, even the morning of the race, you will save $5 and be guaranteed a Tshirt in the size you requested if you register by Sept. 1. The Run to Read is an awesome opportunity to promote healthy living by encouraging your children to exercise, or even better, by joining them on the walk or run. The event also supports our goal of collecting 1,000 children’s books for every classroom in District 54. To register, visit http://sd54.org/runtoread.

Principal’s Message for September 7, 2018

Lakeview Lions,

We had another great week at Lakeview.  MAP testing is back on scheudle and today we completed testing most students.  Next week we will be finishing up with the students who were absent or may need to complete a few questions left on the test.

Multicultural Parent Advisory Council

Please join us for our first meeting from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg. Our topic is “ACCESS, MAP and PARCC: What do they tell me about my child’s learning?” Childcare is available for ages 3-5. To RSVP, fill out the form on the event flyer and send it to your child’s school by Sept. 13. Click here to visit our website for more information and to view the flyer in English, Spanish, Polish and Japanese. You can also ask your child’s school for a paper copy of the flyer.

Adult ESL Classes

The Department of Language and Culture is excited to host Free Adult English as a Second Language classes at Nerge, Armstrong and Hanover Highlands this fall. These classes are designed for parents of District 54 students who are interested in learning or practicing their English. During these classes, participants will engage in communicative activities centered around a broad range of topics.  The class will meet 8 times.

  • Classes at Nerge will be on Tuesdays, Oct. 9-Dec. 11 from 6-8 p.m.
  • Classes at Armstrong will be on Wednesdays, Oct. 10-Dec. 12 from 6-8 p.m.
  • Classes at Hanover Highlands will be on Mondays, Sept. 24-Nov. 19 from 6-8 p.m.​​​​​​​

The Adult ESL flyers and registration forms in English, Spanish and Polish can be found on the Language and Culture Website. Please return completed registration forms to your child’s school. We look forward to having you join us!

District 54 Education Foundation – Upcoming support opportunity at Lou Malnati’s September 19 

The Foundation is partnering with Lou Malnati’s in Schaumburg to raise funds for students. Eat at or order from Lou Malnati’s Schaumburg or Lou Malnati’s Barrington Road on September 19, and 20 percent of total sales will be donated to the District 54 Education Foundation. You must bring in or mention the flyer at the time of your order; click here for the flyer.

Thank you to everyone who supported the District 54 Education Foundation at Septemberfest over Labor Day weekend by parking at Collins Elementary or purchasing food from our not-for-profit day partner, Riccardo’s!

Fundación de Educación del Distrito 54 – Próximas oportunidad de apoyo – Lou Malnati’s – 19 de septiembre

La Fundación se ha asociado con Lou Malnati en Schaumburg para recaudar fondos para estudiantes. Coma en u ordene de Lou Malnati en Schaumburg o Lou Malnati Barrington Road el 19 de septiembre, y el 20 por ciento de las ventas totales serán donados a la Fundación de Educación del Distrito 54. Usted debe traer o mencionar la hoja volante de promoción en el momento de su orden; haga clic aquí para el folleto.

Gracias a todos los que apoyaron a la Fundación de Educación del Distrito 54 el pasado fin de semana, Día del Trabajo, durante el Septemberfest al estacionarse en la Escuela Collins o al comprar comida de nuestro socio sin fines de lucro Riccardo’s.

Happy Weekend!

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla

Principal’s Message for August 31, 2018

Lakeview Lions,

We would like to celebrate our kindergarteners as they completed their first successful week of school.  All the Lakeview students continue to work hard in their classrooms and are following the 3B’s.  We are so proud of them!

Erin’s Law

Again this year, we will be implementing a child sexual abuse prevention program in our schools as the result of the passage of Public Act 097-1147, also known as Erin’s Law. This law expanded upon previous legislation and required child sexual abuse prevention education for children beginning in pre-kindergarten and continuing through all grade levels.  Every family will be receiving a letter regarding this law.

Social Emotional Learning

This year at Lakeview, we are emphasizing social emotional learning in our classrooms.  The teachers have two 20-minute lessons per week where they explicitly teach this curriculum.  As we know this work extends beyond the classroom and we would like to provide families with the Home-School Connections link. Please explore this link with your child to learn more about the work done at school.  You will find helpful questions that will assist in meaningful discussions with your child.

Sad News

Our former beloved teacher, Mrs. Debbie Pickup (retired last year), passed away unexpectedly yesterday.  Please keep her family in your thoughts.

MAP

We had some technical difficulties with the MAP testing site this past week.  We are hopeful to have this situation corrected by Tuesday.  This issue has not affected student scores.  Below is the new MAP schedule.

Tuesday Reading:  Maize, DiSanti, Forsberg, Herdegen, Battaglia, Sadnick, Shaw, Nessling, Abata

Tuesday Math: Shimanek, Chase, Moxness

Wednesday Reading:  Wheatley, Johnson, Elsey, Mirski, Arvis, Issleib, Schultz, Bohne, dePau, Cahoj

Thursday Math:  Maize, DiSanti, Forsberg, Herdegen, Battaglia, Sadnick, Shaw, Nessling, Abata

Friday Math:  Wheatley, Johnson, Elsey, Mirski, Arvis, Issleib, Schultz, Bohne, dePau, Cohoj, Roman

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54 Promise

The 54 Promise is a multi-year strategic plan to guide District 54’s core work of ensuring whole-child student success.  Through the efforts of the Strategic Planning Committee, consisting of teachers, administrators, parents and community members, this document was created to provide clarity around the key district goals and operating priorities that will drive our system ahead in the years to come. We will highlighted this as well as other exciting items on Back to School Night.

Upcoming Dates

9/4 – No School

9/6 – 6th Grade Walking Field Trip, PM only

9/6 – School Board Meeting @ 7:00PM, District Office

Enjoy your extra-long weekend!

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla

Principal’s Message for August 24, 2018

Sections on this page

Lakeview Lions,

We have had a GREAT first week here at Lakeview.   The students reacquainted themselves with old friends, while meeting new ones.  We had our first PBIS assembly and ran through all the stations to remind ourselves of what the 3B’s mean.  The students and teachers worked on building a fantastic classroom community while being introduced to the new curriculum.  We look forward to another wonderful week next week.

Drop and Go:

In order for Drop and Go to continue to run smooth, please do not get out of line to try to pass the car in front of you.  The line runs most efficient when cars follow each other as you drop your child off.  Staff will continue to work at having children get out of their cars in a safe manner to allow the next car to pull up.

Kindergarten:

On Monday we welcome our kindergartners to Lakeview.  Upon arrival, the kindergarten children will meet in the gym to find their teacher.  There will be plenty of staff in the gym to help students find their way.  The teachers will have the students’ line up, take attendance and bring the students down to their classrooms.  Parents, you are more than welcome to come into the gym and take pictures before we bring your children down to their rooms.

At the end of the day, if your kindergartener is a busser, the teachers and patrols will put them on their bus.  If they are a walker the teachers will meet the parents by front door.

PTA Meeting:

Our first PTA meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 29th at 6:00PM.  Please note the time was moved earlier that evening.

MAP Testing:

Map testing begins next week.  The schedule is as follows…..

8/28(Reading) AND 9/4(Math)

  • Maize, Herdegen, Shaw, Shimanek, Chase, Moxness

8/29(Reading) and 9/5(Math)

  • Wheatley, Elsey, Arvis, Johnson, Mirski, Issleib, Schulze, Bohne, DePau, Cahoj, Roman (Math Only)

8/30(Reading) and 9/6 (Math)

  • Forsberg, Sadnick, Abata

8/31 (Reading) and 9/7 (Math)

  • DiSanti, Battaglia, Nessling

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Run to Read:

District 54 is hosting its annual Run to Read, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at Dirksen Elementary School in Schaumburg. The day includes school mascot races at 7:30 a.m., 100-yard and 400-yard dashes for children at 8 a.m., a 5K run at 8:45 a.m. and a 1-mile family walk at 9 a.m. Although you can register at any time, even the morning of the race, you will save $5 and be guaranteed a Tshirt in the size you requested if you register by Sept. 1. The Run to Read is an awesome opportunity to promote healthy living by encouraging your children to exercise, or even better, by joining them on the walk or run. The event also supports our goal of collecting 1,000 children’s books for every classroom in District 54. To register, visit http://sd54.org/runtoread.

Crisis Drills

Each year, our students participate in a number of safety drills such as fire drills, hard lockdown drills and shelter in place drills to be prepared in case of emergency situations.  We have sent home a letter from our Superintendent about these drills.

Chromebook forms for 5th and 6th Grade Families

We look forward to utilizing the Chromebooks to enhance your child’s learning experiences at Lakeview.   Chromebook information was shared during our Back to School Night.  The Parent/Guardian Acceptable Use Agreement form can be found below. Please sign the form and return it to school.

District 54 offers 5th and 6th grade families an optional protection plan to insure the district-owned Chromebooks issued to students.  This insurance program protects the Chromebook against loss, theft, or destruction as a result of accidental damage.  The insurance policy will provide replacement cost coverage and protect the Chromebook on and off school grounds for one school year.  If interested, please send a check for $25 (made out to School District 54) to the Lakeview office.  See the attached flyer for more information.

Insurance Form    – Optional

Insurance Form-Spanish – Optional

Acceptable Use of the Chromebook Guidelines (parent signature).pdf

Acceptable Use of the Chromebook Guidelines – Spanish (parent signature).pdf

Schaumburg Parent University – September classes

Schaumburg Parent University (SPU) is designed to involve more parents in the life of the school, to strengthen family relationships, and to improve parenting skills that will ultimately result in improved student success academically, socially and emotionally. There are two evening programs scheduled for September. Please note that child care is always available.

·Springboard for a Healthy Lifestyle – Do you want to embrace a healthy lifestyle? Are you interested in participating in the District 54 Run to Read with your child, but don’t know where to start? Come to this free educational seminar for adults only and get your new healthy life started on the right foot. Hear from experts from Dick Pond Athletics as they discuss many topics including how to get started, proper stretching and recovery, information on a free Walk2Run program and more. This event will take place at 7 p.m. on September 4, 2018, at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

·The Happiness Advantage – Happiness is not something that happens to you but rather a choice you can make to lead a more fulfilling and enriching life.  Research shows that choosing happiness has an advantage beyond simply feeling good. Come learn about the benefits of positive psychology and experience it firsthand through fun and interactive activities. Parents, guardians and students in third through eighth grade are welcome to attend. This event will take place at 6:30 p.m. on September 27, 2018, at the District 54 Professional Learning Center, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

To register or for more information, contact Meg Kwak at (847) 357-6586 or spu@nullsd54.org. Leave your name, contact information, the number of children requiring free childcare and the name of your child’s school.

Universidad de padres de Schaumburg – Clases de septiembre

La Universidad de padres de Schaumburg (SPU) está diseñada para involucrar a más padres en la vida de la escuela, para fortalecer las relaciones familiares y mejorar las habilidades de crianza que en última instancia se traduce en mejor éxito de los estudiantes académicamente, socialmente y emocionalmente. Hay dos noches programadas para el mes de septiembre. Habrá cuidado de niños.

·Una plataforma para un estilo de vida saludable – ¿Quiere abrazar un estilo de vida saludable? ¿Está interesado en participar en el día anual Corre para Leer “Run to Read” del Distrito 54 con tu hijo/a, pero no sabe dónde empezar? Vega a este seminario educativo gratuito solo para adultos y de comienzo su nueva vida saludable con el pie derecho. Escuche de expertos de Dick Pond Athletics mientras discuten muchos temas, incluyendo cómo comenzar una rutina, estiramiento adecuado y recuperación, información sobre el programa gratuito Caminar para Correr “Walk2Run” y mucho más. Este evento tendrá lugar a las 7 p.m. el 4 de septiembre en el Centro de Aprendizaje Profesional del Distrito 54, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

·Ventaja de felicidad –  La felicidad no es algo que te sucede, sino más bien una elección que puedes hacer para llevar una vida más satisfactoria y enriquecedora.  Las investigaciones muestran que elegir la felicidad tiene una ventaja más allá de simplemente sentirse bien. Venga a conocer los beneficios de la psicología positiva y experimente de primera mano a través de actividades divertidas e interactivas. Los padres, tutores y estudiantes de tercer a octavo grado son bienvenidos. Este evento tendrá lugar a las 6:30 p.m. el 27 de septiembre en el Centro de Aprendizaje Profesional del Distrito 54, 522 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg.

Regístrese con Barb Velez al 847-357-5074 o spu@nullsd54.org. Para más información sobre Universidad de padres de Schaumburg y registrarse, visite nuestro sitio web en https://sd54.org/spu-Spanish.

Support the Foundation at Septemberfest

The District 54 Education Foundation is raising funds for District 54 students over Labor Day weekend at Schaumburg’s Septemberfest. You can support the Foundation by parking your car for $5 at Collins School, 407 S. Summit Drive, Schaumburg, on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1 and 2. Summit is located between Roselle and Plum Grove roads. The Foundation is also participating in Not-for-Profit Day on Monday, Sept. 3, at Septemberfest. Purchase food from our partner, Riccardo’s Ristorante, and the profits will support District 54 students.

The Foundation is committed to ensuring that all District 54 students have the same opportunities by funding

  • Breakfast programs for students from financially struggling families to ensure that they begin their day ready to learn, and
  • Grants to students from financially struggling families so that they may participate in extracurricular activities.

For more about the Foundation, visit www.d54foundation.org.

Apoye a la Fundación durante el festival de septiembre ‘Septemberfest’

La Fundación de Educación del Distrito 54 está recaudando fondos para los estudiantes del Distrito 54 durante el fin de semana del Día del Trabajo en el Festival de Septiembre “Septemberfest”  de Schaumburg. Usted puede apoyar a la Fundación estacionando su auto los sábados y domingos, 1 y 2 de septiembre por solo $ 5 en la escuela Collins, ubicada en el 407 S. Summit Drive, Schaumburg. La calle Summit está ubicada entre Roselle y Plum Grove.  La Fundación también está participando en un Día “sin fines de lucro” el lunes, 3 de septiembre, durante el “Septemberfest”. Si usted compra ese día una comida de nuestro socio, Riccardo’s Ristorante, las ganancias apoyarán a los estudiantes del Distrito 54.

La Fundación se compromete a asegurar que todos los estudiantes del Distrito 54 tengan las mismas oportunidades financiando

  • Programas de desayunos para estudiantes de familias con dificultades financieras para asegurarse de que comienzan su día listos para aprender, y
  • Becas a estudiantes de familias con dificultades financieras para que puedan participar en actividades extracurriculares.

Para más información sobre la Fundación, visite la página web www.d54foundation.org.

Upcoming Dates:

  • 8/27 – First day of Kindergarten
  • 8/29 – PTA Meeting at 6:00 @ Lakeview
  • 9/3 – No School, Labor Day
  • 9/6 – School Board Meeting @ District Office at 7:00

Have a HAPPY weekend!

Mrs. Erbach and Mrs. Pietryla

 

Curriculum Night/Back to School Night

Thursday, Aug. 16th is our Curriculum Night/Back to School Night.  This is the night to drop off school supplies, meet the teacher, meet the new principal and hear all the expectations for your child this school year during the teachers’ presentations.  Please note, we are not having the back to school celebration as done in the past; we are moving that celebration to the end of the year.  PTA and Lakeview staff are working together to put together a wonderful event in the spring.  The Curriculum Night/Back to School flyer is attached.  Looking forward to seeing all of you on the 16th!

Principal’s Message for August 2018

August, 2018

Dear Lakeview Families,

We hope you are having an enjoyable and relaxing summer.  It is hard to believe it is nearing an end, but we are very excited about starting the 2018/2019 school year.  Our staff has been busy this summer preparing for the upcoming year by attending classes and keeping up-to-date with the most recent educational research.  The teachers have also been meeting with their teams and working in their rooms to create warm and inviting instructional spaces for your children.  Being new to Lakeview this year, I am in awe of the dedication which has been shown by the Lakeview Staff.  I have no doubt your children will have an exceptional year at Lakeview School.

Lakeview will continue to focus on meeting the individual learning needs of all children.  This year, every child will have an uninterrupted literacy and math block.  We will support the children’s individual reading and math needs with an additional acceleration block which will take place five times per week, thirty minutes targeting math and thirty minutes targeting literacy.  Our grade level teams work together very closely with our support staff to ensure every child learns the essential skills necessary to be successful students.

We have several exciting dates to share with you:

  • Wednesday, August 8th, 9am-11 noon and 6-8pm is School Information Day.  This day is for new enrollees OR providing proof of residency for all students at Lakeview School.  There is NOTHING else taking place on this day.  If you need to register your child OR finish your registration, please come to school during these hours.  Medical forms for our school nurse may be dropped off also. Our secretaries will be there to help you with the registration process.  Please note, if your registration is NOT complete, your child will NOT be placed in a class.  We will be finalizing class lists on the 10th, so please finish up your residency requirements
  • Class lists will no longer be posted.  We will be mailing each family their child’s placement.  You will be receiving these letters the week of  August 13th.  Please note the staff has worked diligently to place every child in an environment which best suits their learning needs; therefore, placement changes will not be honored unless there is an extreme circumstance.
  • Thursday, August 16th, 5-6:30pm is our Back to School & Curriculum Night. Families can drop off supplies and hear their teacher present important information. More details can be found on the invitation attached to this email.
  • Monday, August 20th is the first day of school for first through sixth grade students.  This is a full day of school (8:40-3:00).
  • August 21st is kindergarten screening. Appointment times have been scheduled and parents notified.
  • Monday, August 27th is the first day for kindergarten students.  This is a full day of school (8:40-3:00).

On the first day of school, we will be lining up outside.  The teachers will be dispersed outside the school building in the parking lot.  They will be arranged in grade level teams and have name tags on.  This should make it easier for you and your child to find the correct teacher.  Once your child arrives at school, please direct him/her to go to the blacktop, find their teacher and line up with their class.   If you are having difficulty finding your child’s line, please locate one of our staff members.  All staff members will be able to assist you in locating your child’s teacher.  In case of rain, all the teachers will be inside the school standing outside of their classrooms.  Please have your child enter the school and staff members will assist your child in finding his/her classroom.

As always, the summer inevitably brings changes to our staff.  We are pleased to welcome the following staff members to our team:

  • Mrs. Barb Shaw – 1st Grade Teacher
  • Mrs. Rachel Wheatley – 2nd Grade Teacher
  • Mrs. Nicole Abata – 3rd Grade Teacher
  • Ms. Amber Mirski – 4th Grade Teacher
  • Ms. Katelynn Roman – 6th Grade Math Teacher/Support Teacher
  • Ms. Allie Issleib – Support Teacher
  • Ms. Aleksandra Bloom – EL Teacher
  • Mrs. Amanda Karasinski – SST
  • Ms. Priscilla Hanes – Social Worker
  • Mrs. Mary Sue Russell – Literacy Coach
  • Mrs. Jill Wieteska – Acceleration Coach
  • Ms. Kelsey Richardson – Music Teacher
  • Ms. Lijdia Lukose – Speech

Meet the Lakeview Team

We are thrilled to announce our staff roster is just about complete. We are still interviewing for our Gifted Resource position and hope to have that filled soon. With that said, here are the teams for the 2018-2019 school year.

Kindergarten Team

  • Ms. Battaglia, Ms. Nessling, Ms. DiSanti

First Grade

  • Ms. Shaw, Ms. Maize, and Ms. Herdegen

Second Grade

  • Ms. Arvis, Ms. Elsey, and Ms. Wheatley

Third Grade

  • Ms. Foresberg, Ms. Sadnick, and Ms. Abata

Fourth Grade

  • Ms. Johnson, Ms. Mirski, and Ms. Faerber

Fifth Grade

  • Ms. Shimanek, Ms. Chase, and Ms. Moxness

Sixth Grade

  • Ms, Schultz, Ms. Bohne, Ms. dePau and Ms. Cahoj

Support Staff

  • Ms. Scramuzzo, Ms. Tosch, Ms. Ferguson, Ms. Russell, Ms. Wieteska, Ms. Roman, Ms. Wenig, Ms. Grady, and Ms. Issleib

Child Study Team

  • Ms. Crane, Ms. Karasinski, Ms. Latrofa, Ms. Kwak, Ms. Hanes, Ms. Lukose, Ms. Mikos, and Ms. Duffey

Bilingual Support Staff

  • Ms. Bloom, Ms. Siddiqui, Mr. Varela, Ms. Poonawalla, and Ms. Berg

Specials Teachers

  • Mr. Higgins, Ms. Richardson, Mr. Wolski, Ms. Farley, Ms. Kelly, and Ms. Franciose

Paraprofessionals

  • Ms. Manze, Ms. Meyer, Ms. Rosenblum, Ms. Seely, Ms. Streck, Ms. Kelley, Ms. Gehlin, Ms. Siddiq, Ms. Quershi, and Diane Mangan

Office Staff

  • Ms. Erbach, Ms. Pietryla, Ms. Musso, Ms. Czyz, and Ms. Connor

Custodians

  • Mr. Martinez, Ms. Reymar, and Ms. Rosie

We look forward to seeing each of you often throughout this year. We know this year will be terrific. Please feel free to call us at 847-357-6600 if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Erbach (Principal) and Mrs. Pietryla (Assistant Principal)

MAP, Report Cards, Registration and Summer Hours Oh my!

MAP Reports

Spring MAP reports were sent home on Thursday, May 31st in your child’s backpack.

Report Cards Online June 4

Please note our Trimester 3 report cards are posted live on the Parent Portal as of Monday, June 4th.

Registration for the 18-19 School Year

Registration reminders have been sent home and registration is now past due.  Please be sure to complete registration paperwork and all necessary documents as soon as possible.  Your child is not included on a class list until registration is complete.  Call the main office with questions at 847-357-6600.

Summer Office Hours

Lakeview’s Main Office will be closing today, June 8. The office will reopen on August 3, 2018. Any incomplete registration forms or missing residency documents can  be submitted in person at our district office at 524 E. Schaumburg Road during summer registration.  More information about summer registration can be found on the district website here.

Save Those Box Tops for August!

 

LOOK WHO’S JOINING BOX TOPS

   Thank you for all your work, clipping and sending in Box Tops. We will start the new school year with over $200.00.  At this rate we can make our goal $1,000.00! Just think of what the PTA can do with that money.

   Remember to save your Box Tops all summer and bring them to school in August. Make sure to check participating products and enter the sweepstake daily. Someone might get lucky!!!!

Have a wonderful Summer!

Jan Manze

Box Top Manager