Lakeview Junior High At-a-Glance

Important contacts and other valuable information about Lakeview Junior High School.

Our Main Office Team

Pamela Bertke
Pamela Bertke
Building Principal
614-830-2200
Roshawn Parker
Roshawn Parker
Lead Assistant Principal
614.830.2200
Monique Cobbs
Monique Cobbs
Assistant Principal, Ridgeview and Lakeview JH
614-548-1700 / 614-830-2200
Denise Mitchell
Denise Mitchell
Lakeview Building Secretary
614-830-2200
Kathleen Palmer
Kathleen Palmer
Secretary
614.830.2200
J.P. Oehrtman
J.P. Oehrtman
School Counselor
614.830.2200
Sarah Geiger
Sarah Geiger
School counselor
614.830.2200

Information At Your Fingertips

Important Contacts

Main: 614.830.2200

Fax: 614-834-3267

Absence Reporting: 614.830.2201       *(Please note that this is a new number for attendance)

Petermann Transportation: 614.837.3525

Food Services: 614.833.3645

Treasurer’s Office (School Fees): 614.833.2112

Place lunch money into your “MYPaymentsPlus” account: Go online or call 1-866-771-7341;
Parent help line: 1-877-237-0946

 

School Hours

Standard Day

Start time: 7:15 a.m.

Dismissal time: 2:10 p.m.

2018 – 2019 Junior High Bell Schedules (PDF)

 

Junior High Bell Schedule 2018 – 2019

 

Regular Bell Schedule:  7:10 AM – 2:10 PM

Warning Bell 7:10 AM

Tardy Bell 7:15 AM

 

1st Period 7:15 AM – 8:07 AM (52 minutes)

2nd Period 8:12 AM – 9:02 AM (50 minutes)

3rd Period 9:07 AM – 9:57 AM (50 minutes)

4th Period 10:02 AM – 11:02 AM (60 minutes)

(4A) 10:02 AM – 10:32 AM

(4B) 10:32 AM – 11:02 AM

5th Period 11:07 AM – 12:07 PM (60 minutes)

(5A) 11:07 AM – 11:37 AM

(5B) 11:37 AM 12:07 PM

6th Period 12:12 PM – 1:12 PM (60 minutes)

(6A) 12:12 PM – 12:42 PM

(6B) 12:42 PM – 1:12 PM

7th Period 1:17 PM – 2:10 PM (53 minutes)

 

Students have 5 minutes to transition between each class.

Days with 2-hour Delay

Start time: 9:15 a.m.

Dismissal time: 2:10 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Two-Hour Delay Schedule:  9:10 AM – 2:10 PM

Warning Bell 9:10 AM

Tardy Bell 9:15

 

1st Period 9:15 AM – 9:37 AM (22 min)

2nd Period 9:42 AM – 10:02 AM (20 min)

3rd Period 10:07 AM – 10:27 AM (20 min)

4th Period 10:32 AM – 11:32 AM (60 Min)

(4A) 10:32 AM – 11:02 AM

(4B) 11:02 AM – 11:32 AM

5th Period 11:37 AM – 12:37 PM (60 Min)

(5A) 11:37 AM – 12:07 PM

(5B) 12:07 PM – 12:37 PM

6th Period 12:42 PM – 1:42 PM (60 Min)

(6A) 12:42 PM – 1:12 PM

(6B) 1:12 PM – 1:42 PM

7th Period 1:47 PM – 2:10 PM (23 min)

 

 

Reporting An Absence

614-830-2201

Parents/guardians are asked to notify the school by 9:00 a.m. when their student is going to be absent. Attendance is calculated into a student’s record as follows: 1/2 day absence is charged when a student has missed at least 1 hour and 25 minutes. A full day is charged when a student has missed 3 hours and 45 minutes or more.

The State of Ohio BOE, through EMIS Reporting, counts every minute that a student is not present in school. Those minutes are added up by the State of Ohio BOE for the total amount of time out of school. Pickerington Schools will keep you informed via attendance letters periodically throughout the school year. You may also choose to check attendance through your Infinite Campus parent portal.

Homework: When absent please check Google Classroom and follow any instructions set forth by your teachers (such as their own website, their syllabus, etc.)

We appreciate and thank every student and all of our families for attending to attendance matters and therefore honoring our Lakeview Values by respecting yourself, others, school, and learning.

Change of Address / Updating Student Information

All requests for changes of address on school records must be submitted to the Welcome Center for processing. Residential address changes cannot be processed by a child’s school office staff or by Petermann Transportation.

Any changes to a student’s home address must be requested on the district’s change of student information form. This form includes a standard authorization, to be signed by the parent, allowing for the release of residential and utility information to Pickerington Schools upon request, if necessary.

This release also includes an explanation, per Ohio Revised Code, as to how it is determined where your child is to receive his/her tuition-free, public school education. By signing this release, you are also verifying that you have been informed of your legal responsibility to withdraw a child from school if you ever move outside school district boundaries. It also informs you of your tuition obligations if you fail to withdraw.

If you do not have the capability to print the form, contact the Welcome Center at 614.920.6180. We will be happy to mail, email or fax the form to you for completion. You also may pick up or return the form directly to the Welcome Center, rather than turning it in at your school office for intra-office transfer to us. This expedites the address change process.

After a change of student information form is received at our Welcome Center, the request will be checked to verify that:

  • the request has been signed and dated by the parent of the student;
  • acceptable proof of the change in residence is attached to the request;
  • an open enrollment request has been completed, if applicable. This is necessary if a change of residence, made during the school year, causes a change in the student’s attendance area but the parent wishes to have the student finish the current school year at his/her current building. Such a request is only considered for the student’s continued attendance through the end of the current school year. Note that buses do not cross school boundary lines to accommodate open enrollment students. Parents are responsible for transportation.

If the move has caused a change in the building the student is to attend, the involved school buildings are notified and the electronic and physical transfer of records takes place. Arrangements for the official start date in the new school can be made between you and the office staff of your child’s new school.

 

 

Bus transportation after change of address

The Welcome Center will notify Petermann Transportation of your change of home address. If bus service is available in your new area for your child, we begin the steps needed to arrange a new bus stop location “from and to” your new residence. Petermann staff establish all bus stops and notify drivers as quickly as possible. Your school building office staff will obtain all bus stop information from Petermann Transportation.

If a new bus stop must be established at any point in the route where the driver does not currently make a stop, this process may take two to three days. If necessary, your child’s school office can issue a bus pass if your child must ride the bus before the change can be finalized by Petermann Transportation.

This change in address change procedure applies only to changes in the actual physical address where a parent and the student reside. A temporary change of bus stop location at a place other than the student’s home (for situations such as babysitting arrangements) may be accepted in the school office of the building where your child attends.

A form requesting a new bus stop location can be downloaded from Petermann Transportation. The Welcome Center does not handle these changes. The forms should be submitted to your child’s school office or faxed them directly to Petermann Transportation.

Attendance Boundary Maps

The following maps provide a general outline of school building boundaries at the junior high and high school school levels. For a complete set of attendance maps, visit the district website.

Note that these maps should not be used when purchasing a home in Pickerington Schools, particularly near the shown boundaries. To confirm the attendance area of any property in the district, call our Welcome Center at 614.920.6180.

Junior high and high school boundaries

 

Volunteer in Our School

Individuals interested in volunteering in our schools must fill out an application and submit it to a building principal.

Volunteers are very much appreciated!