Principal Message

Principal Bob Richards

Lakeview Families,

Clover Park School District has made the collective decision to begin the 2020-21 school year on Wednesday, September 2, in a virtual learning model, with students participating in robust online learning at home. This follows the guidance received from Dr. Anthony Chen, the Director of the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, who recommended that Pierce County schools not open in an onsite classroom learning format. Our district’s Return to Learning Plan includes three models to be implemented based on health and safety guidelines throughout the school year:

  1. Virtual learning at home
  2. Hybrid learning alternating time in school and at home
  3. Face-to-face learning on site for all students

Each model will have different impacts for our students, families, and staff. More details will be shared as they become available, and we are working diligently with community partners to support families during these uncertain times. Technology will be available for student use; we will share more information on a check-out process in the days ahead. Thank you for your patience as we develop plans to safely engage our students in learning.

Please join me in welcoming our new Assistant Principal to Lakeview! Eugenia Wimberly comes to us most recently from Evergreen Elementary on JBLM, and she holds degrees from Columbia Southern University and Grand Canyon University. Ms. Wimberly and I are proud to partner together to lead Lakeview in the year ahead, helping our Kids at Hope become everything they can be.

Bob Richards
Lakeview Hope Academy

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