Dr. Eva Olsson will share her personal story about the Holocaust and being a prisoner in Auschwitz death camps. It’s an amazing story about perseverance, resilience and hope. This session will be held on November 5th from 7 pm to 9 pm at Sir Robert Borden High School, 133 Greenbank Road.
Lakeview P.S and School Council will be hosting an NAC String Quartet performance on Thursday Nov. 27 in the morning. The JK/SK class performance is from 9:40-10:15 a.m. and the Grades 1 to 5 performance at 8:45-9:20 a.m.
Lakeview Council is pleased to offer the first movie night on Friday Nov. 7th from 6:30-8:30pm. The movie being shown is Rio 2. The movie will begin promptly at 6:30pm. More details to follow but mark your Calendars and bring your blanket, pillows, and pyjamas!
Please check out some pictures from Lakeview’s 50th Anniversary Celebration. With performances from our talented students, visits from Mayor Watson, Councillor Taylor, Superintendent Reynolds and School Trustee Kavanagh, it was a star-studded affair! Thanks to our friends at Grill Masters for their food service and Quality Entertainment for the music. And a very special thanks to Lakeview school staff and volunteers that made this milestone event one to remember. We hope everyone enjoyed their evening. Happy Birthday Lakeview!
This is a reminder to place your online order for Council’s Pizza and Pita lunch days! The first Pizza Day is Tues. Oct. 7 and the first Pita Wrap day is Tues. Oct. 14. Yellow letters letters went home this week with all the information for registering onto our new online ordering system (www.lakeview.hotlunches.net). This new, easy and convenient system allows you to place and pay for your order for the first term; however do not delay as this term’s order deadline is Thurs. Oct. 2. If online ordering is not an option and you would like to request a paper form, or if you have questions about using the system, please contact: Maureen Perrin at: firstname.lastname@example.org / 613.799.4293
The Ottawa Carleton District School Board has registered for another year of Online Homework Help in French with Voila Learning. Your child will now be able to continue using the program free of charge!
WATCH A VIDEO ABOUT THE PROGRAM HERE
The program will reopen for the 2014/2015 school year on Monday, September 15th. Tutors will be available every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday between 4 and 8 pm to help students with homework, reading comprehension and oral communication in French. To connect to our new virtual classroom, simply click on this link during the above times:
This year, OHH will be bigger and better than ever! We have worked hard over the summer to fortify our team of tutors and create new, fun activities for all French Immersion subjects. We hope you will join us and take advantage of this wonderful service that has been made available to you!
Now that summer has arrived we are seeing more and more children out walking and biking. This is a very important time to have a conversation with your children about traffic safety and pedestrian and bicycle safety. The Education for Active & Safe Routes to School programs has a wide range of traffic safety information here to help get you start this very crucial conversation. See the attached document and for more info, visit: http://www.saferoutestoschool.ca/getting-started… Also visit Ottawa Public Health’s site about helmet safety when cycling: http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/public-health/healthy-living/helmet-safety.
Attention! Important news about school bus loading and parking lot restrictions starting Tuesday, April 8th, due to a hydro pole installation by the City. Please see the link below for more information. Students should have come home with paper notices yesterday (Monday).