Mayfair is happening Saturday, 30 May 2020. More details to follow but please set this day aside for some community fun and excitement!
Planning for Mayfair, our biggest activity of the year is in full swing and we need your help!
We have many great Lead Volunteers, but we are in need of some additional help in a few key areas:
- Food Organization (coordinate with different vendors/volunteers, organize purchase and pickup/delivery of food/beverages)
- Book Fair (organize set up and tear down, coordinate volunteers)
- Online Auction (organize distribution of items to winners)
- Bike Parade (coordinate volunteers to set up and attend road barricades)
Mayfair cannot happen without these essential lead volunteers.
New volunteers don’t need to start from scratch as the parents who coordinated these events last year can provide all the necessary information.
Interested? Questions? Please email Chair@lakeviewschoolcouncil.ca.
The Lost and Found is full. If you are missing an item from your child’s clothing please stop by and have a look in the Lost and Found bin located outside the Kinder – Orange Classroom. Items left unclaimed by March Break will be disposed of.
The Lakeview School Council is fundraising with Purdys Chocolatier during the month of March! If you’d like to support Lakeview Public School through purchasing some very sweet gifts for friends, family or yourself, please use the following link.
Order here: https://fundraising.purdys.com/1158819-74433.
After you’ve signed in, you can order Purdys’ amazing chocolates or invite others to join and support our delicious fundraising campaign.
Ordering will close on March 24th, and the orders will be made available for pickup during the afternoon at the school on April 7th, a Council meeting night.
Any questions may be sent to Lakeview.Choco@gmail.com. Thank you!
Please join us for the next School Council meeting on Tuesday, March 3rd, at 6:45 pm in the school library. All Lakeview parents/guardians are welcome!
Thanks to everyone who came out to the Ottawa 67’s game on February 2nd! We had a great turnout, and everyone enjoyed the performance by our choir, Percu-chant, during the first intermission. We were also treated to a fantastic win by the 67’s.
The funds raised by this event exceeded expectations at $1475! All funds will go towards programs for Lakeview students.
We want to give a big thanks to the teachers who lead Percu-chant, Jane LeFeuvre, Sue Fields, and Diana McDonald, as well as our parent voluteers who made this event happen (especially Kinga and Caitlin for stepping in at the last minute to conduct)!
We would like to express our gratitude to Al Arseneault and everyone who participated in the Outdoor Curling Bonspiel at Lakeview park on Saturday. Proceeds of $800 were donated to Lakeview School Council to be used for student programs. Thank you!
Thank you to those who purchased tickets to our Ottawa 67’s fundraiser. Tickets were distributed to students on Thursday. If you have any questions, please contact Sandra at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on Sunday!