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Forty-one WCS middle school students gathered at the central office to move our mission forward.

Students declared four ways they will pursue dreams and enrich the lives of others.

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05
Mar

Sixth Grade Parent Meeting

LAKEVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL
Sixth Grade Parent Meeting
Thursday, March 12, 2015
6:30 PM
Lakeview Middle School invites the parents of incoming sixth graders to attend a special information forum at Lakeview. The meeting will take place in the Lakeview Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 12, 2015.
At the meeting, parents will learn about the Lakeview course offerings, the educational environment, special activities, athletics, student organizations and clubs, and more. Parents will be able to ask questions concerning Lakeview Middle School.
Please contact Lakeview Middle School at (574) 269-7211 if you have questions.
03
Feb

2015 Great Kindness Challenge

Students at Lakeview Middle School were part of the 2,193,284 students in 4,142 schools in 45 countries that participated in the 2015 Great Kindness Challenge. By participating in The Great Kindness Challenge during January 26-30 the school was part of a global kindness movement.

Students participated in week-long activities that focused and reflected on Kindness.  On Monday, they participated in creating Handprints of Kindness that will be displayed at Dignity Health Hospitals in California. This global initiative is working towards a New Guinness World Record for the Largest Collage of Handprints in the World.  Students were asked to do five random acts of kindness and document them through photographs. The reflection piece will be a Prezi presentation that captures the memories and significant of kindness – complete with an original poem and photo documentation with captions.  They were also required to perform an Act of Kindness that would affect their immediate family.  The week ended with the creation of “Caring Hearts” for the teachers and staff at the school.  Each heart contained an uplifting thought and heart-felt message of kindness to each individual who helps inspire us to reach our dreams and potential. 

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For Lakeview’s participation in The Great Kindness Challenge their school has been designated an official “Kindness Certified School”

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23
Jan

Fort Wayne Zoo Presentation

8th grade science students had a special classroom presentation by the Fort Wayne Zoo. As part of their ongoing study of heredity and genetics, students learned firsthand about the many unusual characteristics of animals from zoo staff. The live animals that made a guest appearance today were an African Grey Parrot, Giant African Millipede, a ferret, and a gorgeous Black Rat Snake.






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16
Jan

Words Have Power!

The language arts department at Lakeview has adopted the motto “Words Have Power”.  It’s the driving force behind all that they do.  Why do we read with purpose?  It’s because Words Have Power!  Why do we use smart answers? It’s because Words Have Power!  Why are we concise and precise with language? It’s because Words Have Power!  The teachers in the department, the media center specialist, and the instructional coach all had sweatshirts made that declare the motto as another reminder to students of how powerful language can be.



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19
Dec

Lakeview Middle School 2014 Spelling Bee

The winner of the Lakeview Middle School 2014 Spelling Bee was Lydia Harrison. The runner-up was Soumya Vijayraj. Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the spelling bee!


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Our mission is to inspire and equip all students to continuously acquire and apply knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others.

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848 E. Smith St.
Warsaw, IN  46580
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Phone:  574-269-7211
FAX:     574-371-5013
lakeview.warsaw.k12.in.us