Lakeview students' share their experiences with race.
Make an online payment, get help with your Parent Portal, and learn about community resources.
These applications provide important state and federal funding for our schools.
The fun doesn't stop at school! Adventure Club offers before and after school care for children in grades K-5.
Students explore the human experience and to learn the about global significance of our actions.
In spite of proven health concerns, people continue to use vape and e-cigarette pens. Often marketed towards young people, they continue to gain popularity among both adults and adolescents
Bullying can look like a student tripping another student in the hallway and sound like teasing when a student gets glasses or a new haircut. Some elementary students don’t know what bullying is and what they can do to help prevent it. That’s why bullying prevention is so important.
The Board of Education has approved a change to the district calendar, moving a scheduled day off of school from Feb. 20 to March 5. This change was made to accommodate the Minnesota primary election.
The 2023-24 Reach for the Stars catalog, which includes more than 130 high-quality academic enrichment programs, competitions, events and activities for students, is now available.
This festive event is a time for families to connect with staff and each other – and with members of the school board.
Rdale students begin learning how to use the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System from Sandy Hook Promise.
The district has partnered with Raptor, a visitor management system that enhances school security. This system is used to prevent unwanted visitors from entering our buildings and track those coming and going.
The new school year is in full swing. As students and families are getting settled, here is some helpful information about school meals, including how to view menus and add funds to meal accounts.
School Supply Donations for Lakeview
BusZone has enhanced features that allow parents/guardians to safely and securely check on their student’s school bus and receive updates.
An update for staff, families and the community about our law enforcement partnerships in light of a new Minnesota law impacting the work of school resource officers (SROs).
Beginning this school year, all students will receive breakfast and lunch free of charge. No application is required to receive this free meal benefit, but filling out the application for educational benefits is still important.
Visit our Tools for Families page to make an online payment, get help with the Parent Portal, and learn about community resources.
Access your parent portal to check student grades, attendance, schedules, and more.