Community Perception Survey
Student, Parent and Community Involvement
Research shows that children have a much greater chance to succeed when parents, family members, and community are involved in their education. Our volunteer pool spans a spectrum: retired people and grandparents; friends and relatives of Lakeview staff members; former Lakeview students who are now in middle school; Rotarians; and committed parents. Volunteers assist in our building in a variety of ways: oneto- one tutoring sessions, assistance at classroom learning centers, attendance at field trips, supervising recess, overseeing fund-raisers, reading to small groups, and assisting with projects. Parents are seen around our building for concerts and performances, conferences, barbecues, assemblies, book fairs, informational meetings and Open House. Parents and community members serve on our Site Council, which is the decision-making team of our school process. Parents are asked through this team to respond to surveys and give input to decisions which affect our school.
- Families are invited to math and literacy nights where parents, teachers and students interact through games, stories and conversation.
- Community members assist our families and students through providing tutors for individual students.
- During the school day our counselor offers individual and group counseling to children.
- A supplemental/enrichment math, reading and science program for our students is provided by Lakeview staff members after school at the school and the HOPE Center.
- Community members come to the school and take part in our reading activities. Community members, teachers and staff share their favorite books with our children.
School Improvement Plan
All LHA staff will ensure that 85% of students will meet or exceed grade level expectations in math and disparities among all sub-groups will be eliminated as measured by state, district and classroom assessments.
All LHA staff will ensure that 85% of students will meet or exceed grade level expectations in literacy and disparities among all sub-groups will be eliminated as measured by state, district and classroom assessments.
Our school is used by various groups including tutoring groups, parent groups, adult ESL groups, sports teams and The HOPE Center (Lakewood Boys and Girls Club) is located on Lakeview’s campus. The school and club share resources and collaborate on programs.
Basic - $3,901,779
Title 1/LAP - 488,767
Other allocations - 20,269
Total budget - 4,410,815
District average per-pupil expenditure in 14-15.................................. 11,806.10