Lake View students who have been assigned to Morning Tutoring will be allowed to enter car rider line before 7:30 a.m. Again, these cars will be allowed to enter the front of the school prior to 7:30 a.m. Students, please be quick in unloading and go straight to the computer lab beside the library.
ALL OTHER CARS, STAY AT THE TOP OF THE HILL UNTIL 7:30 FOR NORMAL CAR RIDER LINE
Early Morning Arrival: Begins at 6:45 a.m. Your child must be registered to attend Early Care.
Drivers stop at top of hill. Drivers begin driving down at 7:30 a.m. All students should have backpack, lunch boxes in hand and ready to get out of the vehicle. Students should be able to open door and get out of vehicle quickly to begin the day.
Drivers stop at top of hill. Drivers begin driving down at 2:30 p.m. Make a SINGLE line and pull down in front of school all the way up to awning. Please keep car rider tag visible at all times. An LVES employee will begin calling car rider names after buses have departed (2:40ish) WE NEED YOUR HELP - Our goal is to dismiss as fast as possible. Please speak with your child about listening for their name. Please be ready for your child to get in the vehicle. If you need to buckle your child, please drive up to Youngblood Parkway.
Thank you for all your help. We are the largest elementary school in the County and its takes a lot of time and many workers to dismiss the amount of LVES students.
Notes from the School Nurse......
Does your child need medication administered at school?
*Medication must be in a new bottle with prescription label. This medication must be left at the school full-time.
*A PPA form must be filled out by a physician. Click here --- to download a PPA form if needed.
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