District Wide Broadcast Message

Welcome to Lakeview Elementary School!


At Lakeview, believing that every student's first responsibility is to learn, and understanding that a commitment to continual improvement is imperative, administrators, teachers, students, and parents join hands in striving for educational excellence. Lakeview serves grades PK-5 and about 350 students. 
 
 
               

Lakeview Elementary School students graduate from D.A.R.E. program

 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS - On Thursday, April 11, Lakeview Elementary School fifth graders graduated from the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program.

Held annually in Colonial Heights Public Schools (CHPS), the D.A.R.E. program is put on by the Colonial Heights Police Department to teach fifth grade students the harmful effects of tobacco and alcohol in their bodies as well as how to handle peer pressure and stress.

“This school year the students were given information and tools to assist them with making healthy choices about alcohol, tobacco, and drugs,” said Senior Police Officer and D.A.R.E. program administer A.L. Barnhouse. “The students learned ways to help them resist peer pressure and to make healthy choices.

“They also learned the qualities of a good friend and how important it is to surround themselves with people that will support and encourage them to make good decisions,” he added.

The graduation ceremony began with some welcoming words from Lakeview Elementary School Principal Patrick Neuman, CHPS Superintendent Dr. Joseph Cox, Colonial Heights Police Chief Jeffrey Faries, and Barnhouse before two students from each of the three fifth grade classes shared an essay about what they learned from the D.A.R.E. program.

Then, students’ and attendees’ faces lit up as Colonial Heights Master Officer P.J. Calhoun brought his Drug K-9, Justice, in for a demonstration.

The program concluded as a total of 52 students walked across the stage and received their certificates while being cheered on by family and friends.
 
 
 
 

Teacher of the Year 2018

 
Congratulations to Maggie Southwell, our 2019 Teacher of the Year!
 
 
Congratulations to Christie O'Steen, our 2019 Support Staff of the Year!
 
 

Spelling Bee

 
Congratulations to Dylan M, our Spelling Bee champion!
 
Congratulations to Andy Y. and Dylan M., our Spelling Bee finalists. 
The two boys had an amazing competition that last 48 rounds!
 
 

CENTRAL REGISTRATION FOR ALL STUDENTS

Registration for students takes place at the Central Registration Office.
The Central Registration Office is located in the Colonial Heights Technical Center and office hours are from 7:30am-3:00pm.
This includes registration for all schools:
 
Lakeview Elementary
North Elementary 
Tussing Elementary School
Colonial Heights Middle School
Colonial Heights High School
 
Please contact Mrs. Denise Underhill, Central Registration Secretary, if you have any questions. 

Colonial Heights Technical Center 
3451 Conduit Road 
Colonial Heights,VA 23834 
Phone (804)526-0321 
denise_underhill@colonialhts.net
 
 
 

Lakeview Calendar

Principal's Message

Welcome to Lakeview Elementary School, the home of the Owls.  Here a respectful, caring atmosphere supports teaching and learning.  We are committed to instructional excellence.  Each day we endeavor to prepare our students to meet life's challenges.  We are dedicated to ensuring that all students learn through a school-family-community team effort.  We look forward to meeting each of you and working together to make your child's year a successful one.

Sincerely,

Patrick Neuman, Principal 

 

Quick Links









My School Bucks

If you are not using MySchoolBucks, please consider this option for quick and secure updating of available funds for lunch and breakfast for your child. Additionally, you will receive access to transaction history, meal purchase history, and can receive low balance alerts. The process is very easy and you can use your Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card to supply funds to your child's account. Visit MySchoolBucks.com to create an account