Clubs and Other Activities

Check out some of the great clubs and activities available at Lakeview Junior High School!

How can I get involved at Lakeview Junior High School?

Activities List

Clubs/Activities 2017.2018: Christian Club, Anime Club, Driven, Thrive, Ruling Our Experiences, Gender Inclusive Student Alliance, Student Council, Honors Council, May Dance, Students of the Month, Lakeview Values Panther Paws, Teen Night, Where Everyone Belongs,  Mathcounts, Dungeons and Dragons, Yearbook.

Lakeview Values Panther Paws

Get caught doing something good! By upholding our Lakeview values, you could be nominated to receive a Lakeview Values Panther Paw bracelet. Wear this bracelet with pride, knowing that you represent Lakeview Junior High with high honors. Remember at Lakeview we respect: ourselves, others, school, and learning!

Mathcounts

To find out more about Mathcounts contact Mr. Keller at kirk_keller@plsd.us.

Dungeons and Dragons

To find out more about this new club contact Mr. DeVoe at gregory_devoe@plsd.us.

Anime Club

For more information contact Mr. Morgan at seth_morgan@plsd.us.

Christian Club

For more information contact Mrs. Furillo at maritza_furillo@plsd.us.

Student Council/Honors Council

Student Council Officers are elected at the beginning of each school year.  Honors Council members are also selected at the beginning of the school year but do not need to be elected.  Applications are available in the guidance office.  For more information contact Mrs. Wharton at maryann_wharton@plsd.us or Mrs. VanGundy at hope_vangundy@plsd.us.

Where Everybody Belongs (WEB) Leadership

WEB, which stands for “Where Everybody Belongs” is a middle school orientation and transition program that welcomes 7th graders and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their junior high experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, the program trains mentors from your 8th grade class to be WEB Leaders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are mentors and student leaders who guide the 7th graders to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to middle school and help facilitate 7th grade success.

Contact your school counselors for more information on this program!

Yearbook

Students interested in a great opportunity to get involved in school activities should consider participating in the Yearbook Staff.  Students will meet after school to work on page layouts and/or taking pictures of school activities throughout the year.  If interested contact Mrs. Tinsley via email at heather_tinsley@plsd.us.

 

Do you not see anything that interests you? Start your own Club!

1. Develop your idea for your club/activity.

2. Prepare a written proposal for your club/activity, including all pertinent information:

  • Who will be involved?
  • What will be the purpose of the club/activity?
  • When will the club/activity meet?
  • Where will most activities take place?
  • Why is this club/activity important to the students at LJHS?

3. Discuss your proposal with LJHS Administration.

4. Find a Lakeview staff member who is willing to supervise club/activity meetings.

5. Review and revise proposal. Prepare proposal for Faculty Leadership Team.

6. Lakeview’s Faculty Leadership Team will review and vote on the club/activity proposal.