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Exploring Agriscience Classes Visit Tom Farms

On Wednesday, October 7, the Exploring Agriscience classes from Edgewood and Lakeview Middle Schools were provided the opportunity to visit Tom Farms in Leesburg.  Students were able to observe the impact of the agriculture industry in Kosciusko County and see first hand the many career opportunities available and technology employed in agriculture.  Many thanks to Tom Farms for this amazing adventure exploring agriscience.


Middle Schools Advanced Band Perform

Members of the Edgewood and & Lakeview Middle School Advanced Bands perform the Star Spangled Banner with the high school band for the September 18 homecoming football game.  These musicians shared their school spirit and talents on a night filled with fun memories.  

Middle School Band Students Warm Up

Members of the Lakeview & Edgewood Bands are getting ready for warm-up before the start of the homecoming football game. 

Band Students Using IPADs

Students in Mr. Peloza's 5th period band class at Lakeview are working on their IPads with a note identification app that helps reinforce their note reading skills.  


Our morning started as a normal day.  As we finished breakfast, our power flickered.  We assumed it was a blown breaker.  Our custodial crew began checking breakers and maintenance was called.  The students went to first period for what we thought would be a normal day.  A team of LMS staff combed the building to ensure that there was nothing out of the ordinary.  Officer Light found a light that was concerning in the high school welding area.  He immediately called for the fire department.  NIPSCO was called in and it was determined that a transformer had blown.

The safety and security of the students and staff at Lakeview were top priority.  It was decided that an evacuation was necessary.  Baker Youth Club opened their doors to 500+ students today.  Our students were quickly evacuated in an orderly manner—they were great!  It didn’t stop there!  Rabb Water Systems dropped off 700 bottles of water to ensure our students and staff were hydrated.  Our Food and Nutrition Services put together sack lunches to feed all of our students and staff.  The Warsaw Police Department assisted us in moving our students, parent pick up, and our end-of-day dismissal.  Transportation routed buses to BYC to pick up students at the end of the day.

The staff and students were absolutely fabulous today!  While our student’s day may not have been what they expected it to be, they demonstrated skills that we have asked of them from Day #1—responsibility, respect, and safety.  The staff was calm, cool, and collected and did a wonderful job ensuring the safety of all students.

Today, I am even more proud to be a Lakeview Tiger!

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Warsaw, IN  46580
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