DMS/LHS Principal's Message:
We have extra yearbooks available to give away. These yearbooks range from the 1970's up to the present. Stop by the LHS office or give us a call for more information.
Tuesday, April 30, sophomores and juniors at the KCC career fair
Thursday, May 2, juniors and seniors at Ashland for Shakespearean play
Friday, May 3, no school, professional development day for staff
Wednesday, May 8, senior mothers luncheon, auditorium
Wednesday, May 29, band and choir concert, 7 pm, gym
Thursday, May 30, senior awards, 6 pm, cafeteria
Friday, May 31, 7th-11th grade awards, 8 am, gym
Saturday, June 1, graduation, 3 pm, gym
We will be emphasizing good attendance with our students this year. Oregon law allows students to miss no more than 5 school days in a three month period, or 10 days in a 6 month period. Allowable absences are for illness of the student or family emergency. We want to work in partnership with families as we understand that there important reasons why students must miss school occassionally, however everyone needs to understand the importance of good attendance in helping students meet the rigorous graduation requirements now in place in Oregon. If you have any questions please give me a call at 947-2287. Also, please call our attendance office first thing in the morning if your student is going to be absent.
Lakeview High School serves a relatively stable district, a small town where education and community service are valued. The college scholarships available from the educational trusts of Bernard Daly, Collins-McDonald, and Burt Snyder have promoted advanced education in this isolated Eastern Oregon setting. Community service is expected and encouraged.
Lakeview High School provides educational experiences to enable students to be life-long learners and to make positive contributions to the communities in which they will live. While at LHS students develop skills in critical thinking, problem solving, literacy, research, and computation. They also accumulate a broad basis of general knowledge and skills that enables them to be contributing citizens in a democratic society. Students' schedules include a variety of courses and participation in co-curricular activities. Teachers are life-long learners who model the skills and attitudes that they promote in their students.
Lakeview High School takes pride in its commitment to having a personal interest in each of its students. Students are expected and encouraged to reach their individual potentials; obtain counseling with academic, social, or personal concerns; model positive attitudes and appropriate behaviors; value wellness; and maintain healthy lifestyles.