Middle School

Welcome to Lakeview Academy's back-to-school page for the Middle School. Here, you will find our current plan for returning to campus on August 19, 2020, information regarding remote learning, frequently asked questions, meet new faculty and staff, and much more. Check back over the next couple of weeks as we finalize details for the school year. We cannot wait for you to join usl!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Key Dates

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

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    When will Middle School students get their laptops?

    6th Grade and New to Lakeview MS Students' Laptop Rollout

    Student Center
    Rising 6th graders and other new to Lakeview Middle School students will receive their laptops and technology instructions. For social distancing purposes, students may bring only one adultAll participants must wear a mask.

    2:00-4:00 PM    A-L Students
    4:30-6:30 PM    M-Z Students
    • Welcome to Middle School: Darlene Snyder, MS Director (10 mins.)
    • Mini Boot Camp: Lacey Crumley, Learning Support (10 mins.)
    • Technology Training
      • Logging in (creating new password)
      • Getting on TEAMS
      • Lion Portal basics (assignments, viewing teacher pages)
      • Using email/etiquette
    • Q/A Extra Help

    7th Grade Laptop Pick-up

    Student Center
    Mikhail LovellTechnology Coordinator
    We will be holding TWO sessions:
    • Students with last names A-L – 2:00-3:00 PM
    • Students with last names M-Z – 3:00-4:00 PM
    The session will take approximately 45 minutes. Students must wear a mask. For social distancing purposes, this event is for students only.
    We will cover the following topics at the laptop pick-up:
    • Issuing students their laptop and charger
    • Guiding students through changing their passwords
    • Reviewing key features of their laptop
    • Verifying that students can access key resources (Lion Portal, OneDrive, Office365, and Microsoft Teams)
    • Q/A & extra help

    8th Grade Laptop Pick-up

    Student Center
    Mikhail LovellTechnology Coordinator 
    We will be holding TWO sessions:
    • Students with last names A-L – 2:00-3:00 PM
    • Students with last names M-Z – 3:00-4:00 PM
    The session will take approximately 45 minutes.

    Students must wear a mask. For social distancing purposes, this event is for students only.
    We will cover the following topics at the laptop pick-up:
    • Issuing students their laptop and charger
    • Guiding students through changing their passwords
    • Reviewing key features of their laptop
    • Verifying that students can access key resources (Lion Portal, OneDrive, Office365, and Microsoft Teams)
    • Q/A & extra help
  • When will Middle and Upper School students receive their schedules?

    Schedules are visible on the Lion Portal under the parent and student view. Please be aware that the schedules are a work in progress and will not be official until an email is sent out from the division the student will attend.
  • When is the Middle and Upper School Back-to-School Open House?

    Virtual Open House for Returning MS & US Students

    Microsoft Teams

    The back-to-school open house for grades 6-12 will be conducted virtually. Students will receive a Microsoft Teams invitation from each teacher in the morning on Monday, August 17. If a student's schedule changes after the teachers send the meeting invitations, please email the new teacher so she or he can manually add the student to the new class meeting.

    There will be a general welcome from 4:00-4:10 and then students will meet with each of their teachers "virtually" according to thier class schedule:

    4:00-4:10 PM    Welcome by Division Directors
    4:10-4:20 PM    A Period meet teacher on Teams
    4:20-4:30 PM    B Period meet teacher on Teams
    4:30-4:40 PM    C Period meet teacher on Teams
    ~ BREAK ~
    4:50-5:00 PM    D Period meet teacher on Teams
    5:00-5:10 PM    E Period meet teacher on Teams
    5:10-5:20 PM    F Period meet teacher on Teams
    5:20-5:30 PM    G Period meet teacher on Teams
    5:30-5:40 PM    H Period meet teacher on Teams
  • What is the Annual Meeting and do I need to attend?

    Lakeview Academy's Board of Trustees will hold their Annual Meeting remotely this year via Zoom. During the meeting, the Board delivers a report on the state of the school to all Lakeview families and votes into office new board members. Everyone is invited to attend.
  • When is the first day of school and where does my child go when he/she arrives on campus?

    The first day of school for Middle School is Wednesday, August 19, 2020, and it is a whole day. The regular morning drop-off will be in place August 19 beginning at 7:50 a.m. Please do not arrive prior to 7:50 a.m.

    On the first day of school, students should report to their A period class. On regular days, any student reporting before 8:10 should go to the Student Center and follow social distancing instructions. Classes begin in all divisions at 8:15 a.m.

    Our primary focus must be the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff. In order to minimize risk and exposure for our students, this year we will  limit on-campus visitors. Parents, please remain in your cars when dropping off students.

Safety Requirements For All Students

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

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    Will there be daily health screening for students?

    All individuals (students, staff, faculty and visitors) must make a daily attestation that they are illness/symptom free before arriving on the Lakeview Academy campus. We will be using an app to collect the information. More details to follow.
  • Does my student have to wear a mask while on campus?

    K-12 students must wear face masks while inside, and while they are outside if they are unable to maintain social distancing. For students in K3 and K4,  masks are optional. We ask everyone to put on their mask before exiting their vehicle. Students may remove their face coverings during snacks, lunch, and PE if they are socially distanced. According to the CDC and other health agencies, face coverings combined with social distance and hand washing are the best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    We understand that prolonged use of face masks could be difficult for some students (especially our younger students), and each division will offer supervised “breaks” for students who need to remove their face mask temporarily, in a safe, physically distanced space outdoors. We encourage students to get used to wearing a mask before school begins.
  • What forms do I need to complete prior to the start of school and where can I find them?

    Prior to the start of school, parents of all students must complete the required, online school forms accessed via the Lion Portal and send in a current immunization record, if one is not on file or your child has had new immunizations. You will receive an email notification when the forms have been published to your portal. To access the Lion Portal, login to the Lakeview website.

    Required school forms include:
    • Student Health (2020-21)
    • Emergency Contacts (2020-21)
    • Permission to Administer Medication (2020-21)
    • Review and update the Student & Family Update form
    • Transportation (2020-21) (for field trips and daily commute)
    • Responsible Technology Use Policy (2020-21)
A culture of health, safety, and shared responsibility will be established and maintained. The simple guidelines: "Protect, Distance, Disinfect" will be promoted. The guidelines below have been carefully considered to address and promote the safety, health and welfare of our entire school community, and are subject to change as new information becomes available.

List of 12 frequently asked questions.

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    PROTECT- Health Screenings

    We will implement an online screening platform for all individuals (students, staff, faculty and visitors) to make a daily attestation that they are illness/ symptom free before arriving on the Lakeview Academy campus. More details will be shared before the start of school as to how this will be done.

    All students, staff, and faculty are expected to follow the sick policy in the Student and Parent and Faculty/Staff Handbooks and stay home if they are exhibiting any signs of illness. Parents are asked to notify the school nurse of COVID-19 related illness. If symptoms arise during the school day, the individual will be isolated until they can be picked up and/or sent home promptly.
  • PROTECT- Face Masks

    All Lakeview employees will wear a face mask while in shared spaces on campus. K-12 students must wear face masks while inside, and while they are outside if they are unable to maintain social distancing.
  • PROTECT- Handwashing and covering of sneezes.

    Students will be educated in proper handwashing techniques, and covering of coughs and sneezes.
  • PROTECT- School Supplies

    Students must have individual supplies and will be instructed not to share supplies.
  • PROTECT- Signage

    Signage regarding signs and symptoms of COVID-19, proper handwashing, respiratory etiquette and how to properly wear a face mask will be placed around the school.
  • DISTANCE- Campus visitors will be restricted including parents.

    Visits by anyone other than students, staff, and faculty on campus will be restricted. Parents will not be allowed in the school buildings.
  • DISTANCE- Spacing of desks

    Desks will be spaced apart to facilitate social distancing in the classroom. Students will remain in the same groups as much as possible throughout the day. Assigned seating will help to reduce excess exposure.
  • DISTANCE- Cross-divisional student interactions will be restricted.

    Cross-divisional student interactions will be restricted.
    • Lower School students will only be in Ramsey/Hill Hall, Mansfield Hall or the Lower School gym.
    • Middle School students will only be in Singleton Hall or the Student Center
    • Upper Schools students will only be in Wilheit Hall or the Walters Athletic Center (WAC).
  • DISINFECT- High touch areas and classrooms

    Lakeview Academy will continue the practice of wiping down high touch areas periodically throughout the day and deep clean each evening. All classrooms and high touch areas will be cleaned daily by our contracted cleaning company. All desks/tables/chairs in all divisions will be wiped frequently with disinfecting cleaning solution depending on the teaching and lunch schedules.
  • DISINFECT- Hand sanitizer stations

    Hand sanitizer stations will be placed at all building entrances and in designated areas throughout the campus. Bottles of hand sanitizer will be available in every classroom and work area to be used by students, staff, and faculty (NOTE: Lower School students will be washing hands regularly with soap and water and using liquid hand sanitizer.)
  • DISINFECT- Personal hand sanitizer

    We recommend that all Middle School & Upper School students, staff, and faculty bring their own personal hand sanitizer in addition to the ones provided throughout the school.
  • HEALTHY BUILDINGS

    • Indoor air will be filtered
    • Ventilation and filtration performance will be verified
    • Advanced air quality techniques & equipment will be considered
    • Plexiglass will be utilized as physical barrier where possible

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YOUR COVID SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Face Masks
With the exception of K3 and K4, face masks must be worn by all students, staff, faculty and visitors while on campus. Face masks are required indoors and worn outside when social distancing is not possible. Students in all divisions may wear a face mask of their choice as long as the mask does not include any images or messages that are inappropriate, offensive, and/or political in nature. Face masks must be worn so that they fully cover the nose and mouth (not just cover the mouth, or one side of the face.)

Face mask also must be one of the types listed below:
  • Washable cloth face masks
  • Disposable surgical or medical masks
  • Double layered gaiters made of cotton
  • Dust masks
  • Neoprene masks with a replaceable paper filter
  • Please note that face shields or bandanas may not be used as substitutes for masks.
Faculty and staff have a limited supply of face masks available in case a student breaks his/her mask. Repeated breakages will result in the parents being billed for a Lakeview-branded mask.

Personal Laptop/Tablet
Students in grades 3-12 are asked to bring their own school-supplied laptops or tablets to school each day to help us minimize the sharing of  devices. Laptop/tablet should be taken home at the end of each day.

Hand Sanitizers
We recommend that all Middle School & Upper School students, staff, and faculty bring their own personal hand sanitizer in addition to the ones provided throughout the school.

Water Bottle
Bring a clean, reusable water bottle. Fillable, no-touch water bottle stations will be available throughout the school.

On-Campus Learning

List of 18 frequently asked questions.

  • If we choose for our child to attend school in person, can we change our mind?

    Yes, there will be a drop/add period during the first two weeks of school for parents to opt in/out of remote school. After September 2, 2020, we ask that you commit for the remainder of the semester.

    Students who elect to participate in remote learning may still opt to participate in athletics and other school-sponsored activities.
  • Do I need to purchase text books and school supplies?

    MIDDLE SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

    Text Books

    Books are distributed to students in the first week of school.

    Athletic Attire

    Students will not have access to locker rooms this year to change into P.E. clothing. Therefore, students are allowed to wear spirit wear Monday-Friday during regular school hours and for P.E.

    School Supplies

    6th Grade:
    MATHFINE ARTSSPANISHTECHNOLOGY
    4-Function CalculatorClip boards,(music); old t-shirt (art)Earbuds/headphones for listening comprehensionHeadphones or earbuds
     
    Additional general supplies needed for each 6th grade class:
    • Pack of colored pencils
    • Scissors
    • Pencils
    • Glue sticks
    • Expo/dry erase markers and 9" X 12" board 
    • Notebook paper,
    • 1.5 to 2" Binders- students typically can use one binder for two classes
    • Pencil sharpener

    7th Grades:
    MATHSPANISHTECHNOLOGY
    Math-4 function Calculator     Earbuds/headphones for listening comprehension  Headphones or earbuds
     
    Additional general supplies needed for each 7th grade class:
    • Pencils
    • Looseleaf paper
    • 1.5 to 2" Binders- students typically can use one binder for two classes
    • Expo/dry erase markers and 9" X 12" board
    Homework supplies - these items remain at home:
    • Colored pencils
    • Scissors
    • Glue
     
    8th Grade:
    MATHTECHNOLOGY
    Calculator (see note below)        Headphones or earbuds
     



    Additional general supplies needed for each 8th grade class:
    • Pens
    • Pencils
    • Pencil sharpners
    • Extra erasers
    • Looseleaf paper
    • 1.5 to 2" Binders- students typically can use one binder for two classes
    Homework supplies - these items remain at home:
    • Colored pencils
    • Scissors
    • Glue
    • Tape

    Algebra I Calculators

    Students taking Algebra I (8th grade students) will need the TI-30 XS Multiview calculator.

    Once purchased, keep the calculator UNOPENED until the in-class due date. **Important** There is a small square on the back of the package that says "50 Points." Students who arrive to class with their calculators unopened and turn in the "square" will receive 2 extra BONUS points on their Fall Semester EXAM. Further details will appear on the 8th grade Algebra I syllabus so there is no urgency in having the calculator on the first day of school and as a calculator is typically not needed until later in the semester.
  • Will students wear uniforms this year?

    As Middle School students will not have access to locker rooms to change for P.E. and because the school wishes to encourage students to be outside taking mask breaks as much as possible, spirit wear may be worn Monday through Friday by students in all divisions. Students are also welcome to wear their uniforms, if they prefer.

    What is spirit wear?
    • Full length blue denim jeans,
    • Blue denim capris,
    • Navy pants or Bermuda shorts
    • Khaki pants or Bermuda shorts
    • Orange pants or orange Bermuda shorts
    • Approved Lakeview Academy spirit wear tops.
    What is not allowed?
    • No denim shorts
    • No denim skorts
    • No denim scooters
    • No denim skirts
    • No denim overalls
    • No white pants or skirts
    • In Lower School, leggings are not to be worn by male students.
  • Can students wear a face shield instead of a mask?

    No, please see "Your COVID School Supplies" for approved masks.
  • Has the Middle School Daily Schedule changed? Is there a new start time?

    Yes, the daily schedule has changed AND Middle School has a new start time - 8:15 a.m. In addition, classes will take turns taking break in the Student Center during B Period, and to promote social distancing, there will be two lunch shifts. Bottled water and bottled drinks will be available for purchase during break and lunch times.


  • Have check-in/check-out procedures changed for the Middle School?

    As visitors and guests on campus will be highly limited and controlled, new check-in and check-out procedures will be implemented. 
     
    Late arrivals or check IN: if your child arrives late, he/she must SIGN IN at the MS Office.
     
    Check OUT procedure (either one will work):
    • Send a handwritten note from parents stating day and time to be checked out. We will release child to front of the school for pick up.
    • Email/call MS Office when you arrive at the school. We will walk your child to your car. At that time, you may sign the parent release form
    A parent signature is required to release any student from campus before the end of the school day.
  • Will breakfast be available for students?

    This year for health and safety reasons, breakfast will not be available by SLA Food Services. We ask that all students eat prior to arrival. 
  • How will lunch be handled?

    Students are welcome to bring their own lunch from home. In addition, Lakeview will offer contactless food service with individual boxed lunches to minimize contact among community members and the food. SLA Food Services will provide a nutritionally balanced lunch that will be served in individually packaged containers and will ensure food safety, sanitation and healthy serving practices.
    • Lower School students will dine in their classrooms where social distancing will be maintained and portable shields will be provided for those students with food allergies.
    • Middle School students will take lunch in the Student Center in assigned seats during two shifts to allow for social distancing. Students with food allergies will be assigned to allergy-specific tables. Classes will take turns during B Period in the Student Center to go on break. Grab and go snacks from SLA Food Services will be available. Bottled water and bottled drinks will be available for purchase during break and lunch times.
    • Upper School students will also take their lunch in two shifts. Upper School students will be socially distanced and eat in the Walters Athletic Center (WAC) in assigned seats. Students with food allergies will be assigned seats only for those with allergies. Weather permitting, Upper school students may purchase snacks from the concession stand at the new athletic facility.
    **NO PEANUT PRODUCTS MAY BE BROUGHT INTO LOWER SCHOOL CLASSROOMS**
    As we have a number of students with peanut allergies and as Lower School students will be eating in their classrooms, do not pack snacks or lunches containing peanut products.
  • May I drop off my child's lunch if he/she forgot it?

    No, food may not be delivered by parents or outside delivery services to the school. If your child forgot his or her lunch, he/she can buy one from SLA Food Services.
  • My child forgot his book/school project, etc. May I drop it off at the office?

    Visitors and guests on campus will be highly limited and controlled. Parents will not be allowed in school buildings. There will be a cart on the sidewalk outside each Division Office where parents may leave forgotten items. Please call or email the Division Office to let them know the item is there.
  • Will students have access to community water fountains for drinking water?

    To reduce the chance of contamination, the water fountains in the hallways have been turned off. Bring a clean, reusable water bottle. Fillable, no-touch water bottle stations will be available throughout the school.
  • What are the restroom protocols for students?

    Each school will communicate their restroom protocols. Students are not to congregate in the restroom. The restrooms and hallways immediately outside in the Middle and Upper School buildings will be marked to ensure social distancing is maintained. In addition to class change and break, students will be allowed to go to the restroom during class as needed.
  • How do Middle School students organize their books and supplies?

    Storage
    Singleton Hall (the Middle School building) utilizes cubbies for students to store their jackets, books, bookbags, etc. The cubbies are made of wood, so magnetic items will not work. To keep the cubbies neat for the next user, stickers and other adhesive products are not allowed on the cubbies. The new cubbies with dimensions are shown below.




  • Will students have P.E. this year?

    Yes, students in Lower, Middle and Upper School will have physical education classes. All health department protocols will be implemented and followed. Details to follow.
  • Will there be fall sports in middle and high school this year?

    We continue to abide by the Georgia High School Association’s Coronavirus Guidance Plan for interscholastic sports and competition and to implement additional safeguards of our own with guidance from local health officials to allow for athletes to train on campus during the summer. The GHSA has approved a plan to continue all Middle and Upper School sports, with football season being delayed by two weeks.

  • Are there extracurricular opportunities in the Middle School?

    The Georgia High School Association (GHSA) has approved a plan to continue all Middle and Upper School sports, with football season being delayed by two weeks. Lakeview Middle School competes in football, volleyball, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, coed swimming, boys and girls tennis, and boys baseball. 

    Teams are designed for students in grades seven and eight. Sixth grade students will be invited to participate on teams which have roster spots available. 

    Many Middle School students have been involved in the Middle School play, chorus, robotics, and the academic bowl team. At this time, the status of these activities has not been determined.
  • Will there be field trips and Trip Week?

    No field trips will be scheduled until it is deemed safe for the students to travel into the community. All off-campus and grade-level field trips, including Trip Week, have been canceled until further notice.

Remote Learning

List of 11 frequently asked questions.

  • How do I let the school know our family has selected the remote school option?

    Contact your Division Director:

    Lower School Office: (770) 532-4383, prompt #3
    Brent Drury, Director (770) 531-2610
    brent.drury@lakeviewacademy.org

    Middle School Office: (770) 532-4383, prompt #4
    Darlene Snyder, Director (770) 531-2630
    darlene.snyder@lakeviewacademy.org

    Upper School Office: (770) 532-4383, prompt #5
    Beth McElwee, Director (770) 531-2640
    beth.mcelwee@lakeviewacademy.org
  • If I choose remote learning for my child, can I change my mind later?

    We realize some of our families may be uncomfortable with a return to campus due to the COVID-19 situation. For those families, you may choose the remote learning option. There will be a drop/add period during the first two weeks of school for parents to opt in/out of remote school. After September 2, 2020, we ask that you commit for the remainder of the semester.

    Students who elect to participate in remote learning may still opt to participate in athletics and other school-sponsored activities.
  • What classes will meet remotely?

    All classes will meet virtually except study hall periods.
    1. Your child’s regular class schedule will meet during the allotted times (see schedule below). Your child should attend online sessions during the appropriate class times.
    2. If your child has a study hall, that student has a break during that period. Elective and PE classes will meet virtually.
  • Is there a dress code for remote learning students?

    Yes, students learning remotely are to wear spirit wear Monday through Friday during class/instruction time. They are also welcome to wear uniforms, if they prefer.

    What is spirit wear?
    • Full length blue denim jeans,
    • Blue denim capris,
    • Navy pants or Bermuda shorts
    • Khaki pants or Bermuda shorts
    • Orange pants or orange Bermuda shorts
    • Approved Lakeview Academy spirit wear tops.
    What is not allowed?
    • No denim shorts
    • No denim skorts
    • No denim scooters
    • No denim skirts
    • No denim overalls
    • No white pants or skirts
  • What are the daily expectations of Middle School remote learners?

    Expectations for Remote Learners

    Try to keep your student’s routine as normal as possible.
    1. Wake up at the same time, eat breakfast, dress for school (Spirit Wear), etc.
    2. Print off a copy of your child’s schedule from the Lion Portal.
    Help your student set up their home environment.
    1. Students should have an established workspace that includes a desk, access to an outlet for computer charging, an internet connection, and any necessary school supplies.
    2. Workspace should be reserved for their use during school time and free of distractions such as cell phones and the TV.
    3. Please help them understand that the same expectations for classroom behavior apply to online learning.
    Students will meet online through email, Lion Portal, and/or Microsoft Teams.
    1. Attendance is required. Students are expected to attend class sessions “live” each day and be engaged during the entire session.
    2. Students have been taught how to use this software.
    3. Students will participate in live video chats during their scheduled class time (see schedule below) where attendance will be taken and monitored.
    Check in with your child
    1. We realize that parents may not be able to monitor their child’s progress during their school hours. However, parental involvement and engagement matters now more than ever.
    2. Find a consistent time each day to ask them about what they did in their classes that day.
    3. Parents should notify the teacher (by email) of upcoming absences from class sessions and communicate with the teacher about make-up work from any missing session.
    4. Make sure that your child has a lunch plan. Students will get a lunch break each day.
    5. Make time for your child to exercise and keep a regular sleep schedule.
    Be aware of the daily schedule for virtual school
  • Are there any differences in testing expectations or class work expectations for virtual learners?

    • For virtual learners, there may be classes where on-line testing is not the best way to assess. It may be that virtual students are asked to come to campus (after school hours) to take a test or conduct a lab.
    • All virtual students will be required to take end of semester exams on campus. Students will work with academic teachers to schedule a time (outside of regular exam hours) to their exams.
  • Will Learning Support be available for remote learning students?

    We are still working with the Learning Support team on the details and information will be forthcoming.
  • What if my child needs extra help or tutoring?

    • Students needing extra help can request an additional meeting with that teacher through Microsoft TEAMS.
    • Student needing extra help can schedule an on campus (after school hours) tutorial session with a teacher in advance.
  • As a virtual student, will my child be able to participate in extracurricular activities?

    Yes, virtual students will be allowed to participate in extracurricular activities.
  • What do we do if child's laptop or tablet doesn't work?

    Lakeview will have a tech support email. Students can email tech support explaining their problem and receive help at
    remoteschool@lakeviewacademy.org.

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Student Transportation

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

  • Will bus transportation be offered this year?

    We will continue to offer our normal bus transportation routes. Bus drivers and riders will wear face coverings and social distancing will be standard practice on all buses. Bus riders must complete the daily affirmation prior to arriving at their bus stop in order to board the bus.

    Buses will be cleaned and sanitized after each route.

    Please direct any additional transportation-related questions to dorothy.price@lakeviewacademy.org.

Exposure & Testing

List of 8 frequently asked questions.

Finances

List of 1 frequently asked questions.

  • Is there a difference in tuition for in-class learning versus remote school?

    Regardless of whether your child attends Lakeview in-person and on campus or uses remote school, the tuition remains the same. The tuition and budget for 2020-2021 was established by the Board of Trustees in January, 2020. The majority of the school’s budget consists of the investment in teachers and staff through compensation, benefits, and professional development. The second largest budget item is dedicated to instruction and student support.

    Remote school students will not be charged for activities fees, lunch, etc.

Need Help?

Admissions/Enrollment questions - Kim Cottrell
kim.cottrell@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-531-2641

Lion Portal/School Forms/General Information – Sondra Berry 
sondra.berry@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-531-2657

Medical/Health Questions – 
Scarlet Pendarvis 
scarlet.pendarvis@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-532-4383 ext. 144

Registrar 
– 
Middle and Upper School: Marie Chandler 

Lower School: Megan White
Megan.white@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-532-4383 ext. 210

SMART Tuition -
Dorothy Price - dorothy.price@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-531-2619 OR
Angela Presley- angela.presley@lakeviewacademy.org or call 770-531-2656

IT Help Desk (for students or teachers)
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