Forest View Elementary

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News

  • Fall Frenzy Fundraiser

     

    With the help of our students, families and community members, FLE & FVE have raised over $13,000 during our Fall Frenzy Fundraiser!  This puts us over halfway to our goal of $25,000 for the school year.  Our PTA is raising money to support our technology and flexible seating in our classrooms.  Thanks to all that support us!

     

    Hurricane Relief Drive

     

    Once again our students, staff, and families not only support us, but with donations collected, we raised $1374.75 to send off to a school in Texas that was impacted by the recent hurricane.  A message we received from Creech Elementary reads "We are humbled and overwhemed by the generosity shown to Creech.  Thanks so much for blessing this sweet school and its precious children!!"

      

    Picture Re-Take Day

     

    Lifetouch will be here on Thursday, October 26 to take photos of students who were unable to get their picture taken on picture day, or if a student needs a re-take.  Order forms are available in the office . Please call the main office at 651-982-8200 and we will send an order form home with your student.

     
     

    Strengthening a Positive Climate for Learning

     

    New District-Wide Bullying Prevention Form Available

    In a continuing effort to prevent bullying and quickly deal with any bullying that occurs, Forest Lake Area Schools has launched a new district-wide procedure for identifying and reporting bullying behavior. If you believe that your child, or a student you know is being bullied, please fill out this Bullying Reporting Form. The form can be filled out online, but must be printed and signed before it is turned in at any school office in the district. Paper copies of the form are also available at each school building and the Community Education office. For more information about bullying prevention in Forest Lake Area Schools, visit the bullying resource page here.
     
    Update Contact Information
     
    If you have changed your home, cell or work telephone numbers or email address, please call the school office at 651-982-8200 as soon as possible. It is very important that this information is current in our system. If your student lives in two households, each household should have their contact information separate.
     

    Newletters

    Forest View Elementary has gone electronic with our weekly newsletter, called the BUZZ.  If you aren't receiving this via e-mail, please contact pegpeterson@flaschools.org to get on-line with the latest upcoming events and news!

     

    School Hours

     
    School hours are from 9:15 AM until 3:30 PM.   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Extra Curricular

  • Community Education

     
    Forest Lake School District's Community Education department has a wide variety of offerings from early childhood through adult programs. These include swim lessons, sports, driver education, art classes, GED and many more. Click below to access the Community Education offerings:

     Community Education

      
     Digital Backpack

     

    The school district's Digital Backpack has information from area non-profit groups who sponsor opportunities for youth. This is updated regularly, so please check often for fun community events for your family:

     

     

    These youth items were added to the FLAS Digital Backpack on May 18 and outline opportunities for kids that are sponsored by non-profit groups within the school district:

    • FLDT Booster Club Lil' Dancer's Clinic (Lake Fest)
    • FLAAA Tackle Football Gr. 4th - 6th next fall
    • FLAAA Football - Gr. 7th and 8th next fall
    • FREE! Arts in the Park Activities
    • Masquers Theatre - Willy Wonka
    • Scandia Summer Recreation Program
    • Wyoming Library Summer Programs

     

Mission

  • OUR MISSION
     
    Forest View Elementary believes in an educational experience that will guide a child through life. This process is a shared responsibility among students, parents, and educators. We will:
    • Provide a challenging and enriching curriculum for all students that promotes appreciation, understanding, and respect of individual uniqueness, and diversity within our school, community, country, and world.
    • Offer a stimulating and positive learning environment directed toward excellence. 
    • Promote integrity, responsibility, and self esteem. 
    • Provide positive leadership in dealing with educational concerns and innovations.
  • Link to Bond Updates
     
    Calendar of Events
    Forest View events in GREEN.
    District-wide events in MAROON
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