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Pajaro Valley Unified School District

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    Dress Code

    Dress Codereminders:

    • No solid RED or Burgundy or BLUE clothing, accessories (shoes, hats, any kind of accessory, etc.)
    • Hats can not be worn in class
    • No spaghetti strapped blouses/tank tops
    • No shorts or skirts shorter than 3 fingers above your knee
    • *a full list of rules will be provided at registration or you can ask in the front office for a copy

    Recordatorios del vestuario de los alumnos: 

    • No se permite ninguna ropa con colores sólidos de color ROJOo ginda o AZUL 
    • Gorras no se permiten usar en las clases/aulas
    • No se permiten blusas o camisetas con tirantes chicos/tipo spaghetti
    • No se permiten faldas o shorts cortos; tienen que estar no menos que 3 dedos arriba de la rodilla

    Happenings

    Pregúntele a la Dra. Rodríguez es una nueva forma digital para que usted obtenga respuestas sobre la educación de su hijo directamente de nuestra Superintendente de Escuelas. Envíe su pregunta haciendo clic en la imagen y accediendo al formulario.

    Posted 4/2/20

    Ask Dr. Rodriguez is a new, digital way for you to get answers about your child's education directly from our Superintendent of Schools. Submit your question by clicking image and accessing the form. 

    Posted 4/2/20

    Dear PVUSD community, on behalf of Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Rodriguez, we are sharing this letter (also attached) to students and families from all Santa Cruz County Superintendents, dated today, April 1, 2020, announcing the closure of all schools through the end of the 2019-20 school year. This decision is based on the strong recommendation from the State Superintendent of Instruction. Rest assured everyone is committed and determined to continue providing the needed services for our students' education, as the Superintendents' letter states:

     

    Our students, parents, teachers, and administrators have demonstrated tremendous resilience throughout school closures due to COVID-19. We are deeply grateful to the school community of Santa Cruz County for their flexibility during this unprecedented
    time. We will continue to provide high-quality distance learning, support, essential resources to students and families.

     

     

    Estimada comunidad de PVUSD, en nombre del Superintendente de Escuelas, Dr. Rodríguez, estamos compartiendo esta carta (tambien adjunta) a los estudiantes y las familias de todos los Superintendentes del Condado de Santa Cruz, con la fecha de hoy, 1 de abril de 2020, anunciando el cierre de todas las escuelas hasta el final de el año escolar 2019-20. Esta decisión se basa en la fuerte recomendación del Superintendente de Instrucción del Estado. Tenga la seguridad de que todos están comprometidos y decididos a continuar brindando los servicios necesarios para la educación de nuestros estudiantes, como dice la carta de los Superintendentes:

     

    Nuestros estudiantes, padres, maestros y administradores han demostrado una gran capacidad de recuperación durante los cierres de escuelas debido a COVID-19. Estamos profundamente agradecidos con la comunidad escolar del condado de Santa Cruz por su flexibilidad durante este tiempo sin precedentes. Continuaremos brindando educación a distancia de alta calidad, apoyo y recursos esenciales para estudiantes y familias.

     

    Posted 4/1/20

    Carta a familias y comunidad sobre extension de cierre escolar (español abajo)

     

    Good afternoon esteemed partners. Today, March 27, Dr. Rodriguez released this letter with the notification that the Board of Trustees approved the District Administration's recommendation to close schools through May 5, with the possibility of extending it. 

      

    Superintendent Rodriguez is grateful to you for your incredible work, support and dedication.  Please take a moment to hear her message to you on this video.  

     

    Buenas tardes estimados socios. Hoy, 27 de marzo, la Dra. Rodríguez les envia esta carta con la notificación de que la Mesa Directiva aprobó la recomendación de la Administración del Distrito de cerrar las escuelas hasta el 5 de mayo, con la posibilidad de extender la fecha. 

     

    La Superintendente Rodríguez le agradece su increíble trabajo, apoyo y dedicación. Tómese un momento para escuchar su mensaje en este video.

    Posted 3/27/20

    All students at the following schools receive free breakfast and lunch!

    Posted 9/5/19
    Technology Reminders/ Recordatorio sobre la tecnologia: 
    1. Come to Class with your Chromebook Charged.

    2. Earbuds may not be worn/visible outside of class ie wrapped around student's necks or ears

    3. Cell phones are not allowed to be turned on during school hours
    4. Chrome books: all activity on your chrome book is being monitored. Please be responsible in visiting websites only for school use.  
    5. Do not toss your chrome book or hold it with one hand-please be responsible in maintaining your chrome book as it is a tool for learning. *a full list of tech rules will be provided at registration or you can ask in the front office for a copy

    Recordatorio sobre la tecnologia: 

    1. Ven a clase con tu Chromebook cargado
    2. No se permiten que los alumnos usen sus audifonos afuera del uso en clase: que se vean en sus cuellos o esten colgando de sus orejas
    3. Telefonos celulares no pueden estar prendidos durante las horas escolares
    4. Chrome books: toda la actividad en estas computadoras son monitoreadas por el distrito.  Favor de ser responsables en unicamente visitar sitios en la red de internet para cumplir con sus tareas educativas
    5. Favor de no tirar, aventar or detener el chrome book con una mano-sean responsables en mantener su chrome book ya que es una herramienta de aprendizaje  
    6. *una lista completa de las reglas de la escuela seran proveidas cuando registre su hijo/a o puede pedir una copia en la oficina
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    Our Mission

    Lakeview 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.

     

    students working on Chromebooks

    Spotlight

    Aerial view of LMS
    Google Earth Image of Lakeview Middle School

    History

    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.