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The Home of Champions

Grades 6th – 12th

PO Box 624
401 East Third Avenue
Lake View, SC 29563
(843)759-3009 phone
Principal: Mr. Edison Arnette


TEACHER WEB PAGES
PEACHJAR
2020-2021 District Calendar
2020-2021 District Calendar (Spanish)


LVHS 2nd Quarter
Presenting Proud Parents and Pupils




On Friday, January 15, 2021 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Ms. Kelli Floyd, Lake View High School/Dillon School District Four Teacher of the Year for 2020/2021, was recognized by the South Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators Association. She along with other school district Teachers of the Year were acknowledged for their hard-work and dedication to the art and craft of teaching.


LVHS Teacher of the Year

 

Pictured are South Carolina Teacher of the Year 2020-2021 Mrs. Sara Schumacher Gams, Lake View High School/Dillon School District Four Teacher of the Year 2020/2021 Ms. Kelli Floyd, and Lake View High School Assistant Principal Mrs. Tamara Nance-Bethea.


 

Toy/Canned Food Drive


lvhs food drive

Thank you to everyone who donated toys and canned food items for the LVHS Toy/Canned Food Drive!


 

  Lake View High School

Athletics

LVHS gator

Click on this link to visit the LVHS Athletics page!



Tips From the School Nurse:

Help Keep Your Child Healthy and Flu-Free

With flu season upon us, it is important that we work together to keep our children healthy.  Viruses/Common Colds spread easily among children in schools, and families with school-age children have more infections than others.  By keeping our children flu-free, we benefit the community as a whole.  You can help prevent the spread of flu and the common cold or help your child get better if he/she does get sick by following a few simple steps: 

 

  • If possible, you and your child should get a flu shot to help prevent infection with the flu.
  • Remind your child to cover his/her nose and mouth with a tissue when sneezing or coughing and dispose of the tissue immediately. We teach them to cough or sneeze into the bend of their elbow, or to cough down into the front of their own shirt to help keep as many germs as possible off of the hands.
  • Have your child wash his/her hands frequently with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds./
  • Use hand sanitizer if soap and water is not available. Always follow with soap and water as soon as it is available.
  • Disinfect frequently-touched surfaces and shared items at least once a day
  • Ensure that bathrooms are stocked with soap, hand towels and tissues
  • Teach your child not to touch his/her mouth, nose and eyes
  • If your child is sick and has a fever, keep him/her at home to prevent the spread of illness to others.
  • Your child should be naturally fever free (temp below 100 degrees, per DHEC guidelines, without Tylenol or Motrin) for at least 24 hours before returning to school. This is very important!

A good rule of thumb is to keep your child at home if he or she has a fever of 100 degrees or more. When temperature is present in the morning prior to school (99.0 or greater) it will only climb higher as the day progresses. If your child has cold or flu symptoms as well, please do not give Tylenol or Motrin to cover the fever and send them to school. As soon as the medicine wears off, the fever will return and you will have exposed your child’s classmates and teachers to your child’s illness. Also, when your child has fever, he/she is even more at risk for other illnesses/ viral infections. There are many reasons why it is best to keep a sick child at home.

Flu is a serious illness and children with the flu should not come to school. Flu symptoms include fever, chills, cough, sore throat, headache, and muscle aches. You must contact the doctor with these symptoms. If you are unsure about the symptoms, contact your doctor early.

Cold symptoms include stuffy nose, sneezing, sore throat, and hacking cough. Colds often come on gradually, and are usually not serious. However, symptoms can become severe and you may need to keep your child at home to get rest and plenty of fluids to prevent worsening of symptoms. If you are treating the symptoms with “cold medicines” at home prior to school, please be sure that they are the non-drowsy type medicines so that your child will be able to stay awake. Save the “night time” medicines for bedtime.  Again, if your child has a fever (100 degrees or more) he/she should stay at home until fever free for at least 24 hours. If your child does develop a fever along with cold symptoms, you will want to contact the child’s doctor.


LVHS Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Ms. Kelli Floyd for being voted as Lake View High School's Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 School Year! 

Ms. Floyd was also named Dillon District Four Teacher of the Year!

We think she is FABULOUS!

Floyd Teach of the Year


Search For Children With A Disability

If you are aware of any disabled child not attending public school or preschool child, who might be disabled, please contact Dillon School District Four.  All names of referring persons will remain confidential.

Call for an appointment:
Amanda M. Hayes, Director
Programs for Exceptional Children
Dillon School District Four
843-774-1200
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Monthly Clinics to be held:

Stewart Heights Elementary
8:00 -11:00 am
Friday, October 16, 2020
Friday, December 11, 2020
Friday, March 12, 2021


 

Title IX Coordinator for Lake View High School

Edison Arnette, Principal
401 E. 3rd Ave
Lake View, SC  29563
843.759.3005
arnettee@dillon.k12.sc.us


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