Registration packets for students new to Pineview in grades K-5 are available in the front office.
Parents/Guardians are also required to provide the following information:
Respect means to have consideration for others. To be able to respect others and the limits they set, one must first develop a respect for oneself. In teaching children respect, parents have the responsibility to model an understanding and respect of others. It is primarily through this modeling that children learn that respect is reciprocal. Below are suggested activities that can assist in developing and supporting respectful individuals:
VALID DRIVERS LICENSE NEEDED TO VISIT THE SCHOOL
You will need a valid driver’s license to visit the school or the campus for any reason. We must protect the children, faculty, and staff! This is a district wide policy and you will be asked for one and if you do not have a license, PLEASE DO NOT EXPECT TO GO TO A CLASSROOM OR DO ANTYTHING ON CAMPUS! Do not ask us to compromise this rule!
Throughout the year, students at Fairview enjoy Jazz during lunch, played by their own peers! This Thursday, November 16th, you can see what it's all about! The Fairview Jazz Band, along with the RHS Jazz band, Leon Jazz Band, The Good Little Chickens & more, will perform in the courtyard from 6-8pm. Fans should bring lawn chairs, a picnic dinner & enjoy the music under the open sky.
Superintendent Hanna would like to wish you and your family Happy Thanksgiving. LCS Employees are some of the most giving people in the world.
Leon High School Journalism/English teacher Phillip Wenturine introduced the Humans of New York concept to his class. It has been a great tool to encourage diversity while breaking down cultural stereotypes. Once a month, students read stories, conduct interviews, and create content for their Instagram page.