Lakeside is an Opportunity, not an Obligation
|1,200 students entering the Assembly.|
"Lakeside is an Opportunity, not an Obligation"
On the other hand, everyone is taking notice that there are small changes happening. Hallways have become a little quieter. More kids are walking on the right side of the hallway. More kids are getting to Homeroom on time and watching the announcements! There were less discipline referrals this week than before break.
We have more work to do and we will continue to reward those students who are being safe, responsible and respectful. Thank you to everyone who is working to make Lakeside the premier school in the world!
How about this? Look at how the Lightning Round is growing!
- 2,201 page views!
- Top referring sites/URLs - Facebook
- Pageviews by Browser - 42% are using Chrome
- Pageviews by Operating System - 37% are using iPhones
- We have been visited by 10 different countries
- Most popular post has always been the most recent (So that means we are growing every week)
Missed the assembly or Meet the Principal Night?
Check out Dr. Cook's presentation on Slideshare
|Different Not Less!|
Our staff is super excited about this opportunity to change the perception of autism!
The theme for the month is "Different Not Less."
We are also excited about the T-shirts the staff will be wearing every Friday.
Our previous record was 80 shirts sold... This year we sold 125! How amazing is that?
Video of the Week - Autism Awareness
Security Aides are taking steps in the right direction
Lakeside is by far the largest school in the district. Teachers and students get a lot of steps in during the day by walking around. Did you know our security aides walk between 5 and 7 miles per day? How many steps do you walk?
During the month of March, the students have been voting from 16 series to select their top pick for favorite book series. Thanks to all the Language Arts classes that participated.
Pictures from around the school
|Mrs. Bergman redesigning the classroom to promote discussion|
|Ms. Hulse putting the final touches on the Autism Bulletin Board|
|Parents were treated to healthy snacks at "Meet the Principal" Night|
|Dr. Cook presenting to the parents about Lakeside|
|Mrs. Lokuta's class debating issues in the hallway!|
|Can't hide the Lakeside Pride!|
|Students participating in the Bubbles for Autism on April 5|
|Mrs. Salvati's class focused on their keyboarding!|
|Dr. Cook has published two books through the Corwin Connected Educator Series|
|Dr. Cook being introduced|
|Mr. Clarke, Ms. Dimattia, and Ms. Grennon came out to support|
Monday - B Day - PARCC, 6th Grade; Vice Principal Interviews, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM; BOE Meeting, 7:00 PM
Tuesday - A Day - PARCC, 6th Grade; Vice Principal Interviews, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday - B Day - PARCC, 6th Grade; Security Aide Interviews, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM; Department Meetings, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Thursday - A Day - PARCC, 6th Grade; SLC Meeting, 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Friday - B Day - PARCC, 7th Grade; RAC Meeting, 9:00 AM; Security Aide Interviews, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM