Lakeview Middle School Home of the Eagles
Lakeview Middle School is a community of parents,students, educators and support staff that are committed to creating and maintaining a safe, supportive school environment that provides challenging learning opportunities and inspires family participation, giving all our students the skills and abilities necessary to make positive choices and succeed as independent learners and conscientious, caring adults.
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SAVE YOUR EAGLE FEATHERS....
Make sure to save your eagle feathers! You can use them twice a month at the Eagle Feather Wheel of Fortune, to take the express route in the lunch line, or to get a discount on the school dance.
The Principal Page Blog
Mr. Woods has a Blog of his very own! Check out the link on the right side of this web-page.
Central Detention Rotation
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Lakeview Middle School was once the site of a California Indian village and burial grounds. It is nestled at the foot of the coastal mountains at the edge of the Pajaro Valley. The southern boundary of Lakeview Middle School is formed by the confluence of the Corralitos and Salsipuedes Creeks as they meander and drain into the Pajaro River. Several small lakes encircle the northern edge of the campus with both Kelly Lake and College Lake providing prominent views from the campus. The Pajaro Valley Unified School District purchased a twenty-three acre parcel from the Salesian Society in August of 1991, acquired State approval in 1993 and the school was actually built in 1994. A committee of parents, students, teachers and community members was involved in naming the school. Seventy-two names were submitted and the final outcome was Lakeview Middle School. The school serves students in grades six through eight.
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View of the Lake
it is the responsibility of every adult... to make sure that children hear what we have learned from the lessons of life and to hear over and over that we love them and that they are not alone