Principal Message

Principal Bob Richards

Assistant Principal Wimberly

Lakeview Families,

Resilience is a word we use a lot at Lakeview Hope Academy. What does it mean? Here are a few ways to think about resilience:

  • Someone is resilient if they are able to recover quickly from difficult conditions.
  • Being resilient means being able to “bounce back up” when you fall.
  • Resilience is the ability to keep going, even when times are tough.
  • Synonyms of resilient are strong, flexible, durable, and persevering.

While some of our students thrive in online learning, there’s no denying the fact that many of our students and families find online learning challenging. We understand! We struggle with it, too! All of us are learning new ways to “do school” this year.

How is your resilience? It’s ok to ask for help – we all need it sometimes! Here are some resources for families:

School Meal Programs

Washington State Food Assistance

Mental & Emotional Well-Being Resources in Washington

And as always, if you’re not sure who to call, call us! Our number is 253-583-5320. Let’s all support each other in the weeks and months ahead. Together, we can support resilience in our children, families, and community.

Sincerely,

Bob Richards

and

Eugenia Wimberly
Assistant Principal

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