Count down to Teacher Appreciation Week! Teona Hamilton teaches English 8 and English 10 at LHS/DMS. She also supervises Middle School Leadership which includes lunch time meetings and after school events. Students love Teona's classes because she is able to make learning interesting and fun. ANYONE can learn in her class because she is so talented at meeting kids where they are, helping them see their own strengths, and building positive relationships! Thank you Teona! We hope you will join us in celebrating our teachers May 8 - May 12 and stay tuned for more as we count down to the best week of the year!
We are sad to announce Coquille is unable to make it to tomorrows game.
Mark your calendars! We have 7 schools attending, it should be a great time.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, 6th grade students from AD Hay and Union Elementary went to LHS where they learned about the AVID program with the Sophomores, and played games. They all had a great time!
Yesterday, Lakeview FFA traveled to Rogue River to compete in the Vet Science CDE Contest. The contest included a Written Test, Breed ID, Parasite ID, Equipment ID, Math Application Practice, Clinical Practicums, and Handling Practicums. 🌟 Advanced Team - 3rd Place Top 10 High Individuals 🌟 10th Place - Kaydyn Kintzley 🌟 9th Place - Lola Simms Congratulations!
The memorial run for LHS/DMS teacher Noni Vandenberg is so close! Tomorrow is the final day to get your entry form in and get the commemorative tshirt. Applications are available at the LHS office. You can also email Lisa Shullanberger at email@example.com for more information. We hope to see you there!
We finished up our car buying unit in personal finance today with Sam Hall, from Hall Motor, in to speak. She gave us valuable information about what is needed to buy a car, how to read the window sticker, how to use Kelley Blue Book and what Carfax will tell us. Thanks for being such a wonderful community partner!
Count down to Teacher Appreciation Week! Keli Hall teaches sports med, EMR, medical terminology, health careers, and AVID 9 at LHS/DMS. In addition she is the Middle School Athletic Director and volunteer track coach. Keli does an incredible job connecting with students. She is a coach inside and out and that includes coaching kids in life by not only offering them support but by pushing them to excel in all they do. It is a gift that makes her an incredible asset to our school and community. Thank you Keli for all you do! We hope you will join us in celebrating our teachers May 8 - May 12 and stay tuned for more as we count down to the best week of the year!
Pool Manager and Lifeguarding positions available now!
Count down to Teacher Appreciation Week! Kat Alves teaches culinary, annual, and AVID at LHS/DMS. We are so thankful so joined the crazy world of education! She does an amazing job giving students real life experience from planning guest speakers, cooking competitions, and now hosting a real restaurant dinner on May 26th at the Elks! Be on the lookout for ticket sales for this awesome event. Thank you for all you do Kat! We hope you will join us in celebrating our teachers May 8 - May 12 and stay tuned for more as we count down to the best week of the year!
Online Spring Registration for the 2023/2024 school year is still open. All returning LCSD #7 students must register early before we switch over to our new system. Deadline is May 05, 2023. Please call the school if you have questions or need help registering. If you have already completed enrollment, please disregard. To register, please click the link below: https://lakecounty.registar.lblesd.k12.or.us/en-us/home.aspx
Congratulations to the newly elected 2023-2024 Lakeview FFA Officer Team!! 🌟 President - Kaiden Warda 🌟 Vice President - Sofia Goodin 🌟 Secretary - Rianne Vickerman 🌟 Treasurer - Madison Duarte 🌟 Reporter - Cecilia Woodworth 🌟 Sentinel - Brenna O'Bryan 🌟 Historian - Haley Neider 🌟 Parliamentarian - Madison Wells 🌟 Junior Advisor - Raelynn Severson
Count down to Teacher Appreciation Week! DeNae Bauer teaches Horticulture, 7th Grade Social Studies, Floral Design, and Computer Applications at Lakeview High School/Daly Middle School. We love how she brings learning to life from Lunar New Year celebrations, to the annual Greenhouse Sale, to the new floral subscription program and more! Thank you DeNae for all you do for our school! We hope you will join us in celebrating our teachers May 8 - May 12 and stay tuned for more as we count down to the best week of the year!
Baseball and softball are both cancelled for today.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Art Show at the Court House. Here are some photos of the show featuring Jose Gomez and Tahlia Campuzano. Job well done to teacher Kamaryn Schneider and her Art Students!
The Daly Middle School, Track and Field Team competed Thursday at the North Lake Invite! They showed up in force, with the girls and boys both placing 4th.
These great opportunities don’t come around everyday! WE'RE LOOKING FOR INTERNS! Are you interested in exploring a federal career? What about a career in land management? If so, we have some exciting opportunities for you. The BLM is offering 100 internship positions in a variety of fields. Students must apply by April 20, 2023. Go to this tailored USAJobs.gov site, or search USA Jobs for "Bureau of Land Management" and "student trainee" to find the perfect internship for you. We're looking for interns interested in civil engineering, public affairs, information technology, survey, administration, grant management, contracting, budgeting and environmental protection. Are you interested in any of these fields? If so, check the link above or search on USA Jobs. We hope to see you soon! BLM internships Do you enjoy nature? Are you passionate about protecting, managing and conserving our public lands? Would you like to explore a career field related to what we do? If so, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) offers the Pathways Internship Program for students just like you. It’s a great place to start your career and see what BLM has to offer. The Internship Program is for current students (16 years of age or older) enrolled or accepted for enrollment and seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) in a qualifying accredited educational institution on a full- or half-time basis. The Internship Program provides students enrolled in a variety of academic fields with paid opportunities to work in agencies and explore federal careers while still in school. There are two student appointment types under the Internship Program. 1. An Intern (also known as an “Indefinite Intern”) is a Student Trainee in a developmental role on an excepted service appointment expected to last more than 1 year. The features of this program are as follows: Academic curriculum and/or career goals must be directly related to assigned career path in the BLM; Maintain a cumulative grade point average of a 2.5 or higher and be in good academic standing with the educational institution; Maintain at least a half-time course load as defined by the educational institution for the duration of the program; Enter into a written agreement (i.e., Participant Agreement) that outlines the Intern and BLM expectations and roles & responsibilities; Establishment of an Individual Development Plan that outlines the position-specific training needed to ensure career development and preparation for conversion; Assignment of a mentor; Establishment of a performance plan to clarify expectations and potential for advancement; and Complete a minimum of 640 hours of work experience through the program. Upon successful completion of the Internship Program, an Intern may be noncompetitively converted to a permanent or term appointment in the competitive service. 2. An Intern Not-To-Exceed (NTE) (also known as a “Temporary Intern”) is a Student Trainee in a developmental role on an excepted service appointment expected to last 1 year or less. Interns with an NTE date are hired on a temporary basis to help complete short-term projects, perform short-term labor-intensive tasks, or fill traditional summer jobs. The features of this program are as follows: Academic curriculum and career goals do not have to be directly related to assigned career path in the BLM; Maintain a cumulative grade point average of a 2.0 or higher and be in good academic standing with the educational institution; Maintain at least a half-time course load as defined by the educational institution for the duration of the program; Enter into a written agreement (i.e., Participant Agreement) that outlines the Intern NTE and BLM expectations and roles & responsibilities; Establishment of an Individual Development Plan that outlines the position-specific training needed to ensure career development, only if the program will last longer than 12 weeks; and Assignment of a mentor is optional, but encouraged. NOT eligible for noncompetitive conversion to become an Indefinite Intern or noncompetitive conversion to a permanent or term appointment upon completion of the Internship Program. Find more information at: https://www.usajobs.gov/StudentsAndGrads. Apply today at www.USAJOBS.gov!
Snack Shack is hiring adults and students!
Help us reach our goal for our Make-A-Wish week.