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Veronica Janak
· August 23, 2017
We have two children attending, and we love everything about this school! I have absolutely no complaints at all.
April Parisian
· July 11, 2016
My boys absolutely love it. They always have awesome stories to tell when they get home about what they have learned. Both of my boys have made tremendous growth from attending school here and absolut...ely love ALL of the staff. I can not wait for my daughter to be able to attend as well. See More
Kel Ly
· February 5, 2016
Absolutely LOVE this school and the staff! Both of my children came here (1 still attends) and my Godson was referred here by my family as well. I have not had any issues with any of the faculty and t...he staff including the Principal absolutely have all of the kids' interests and well-being at heart. This school is the MAIN REASON why I KEPT my children in the Lansing School District. See More
SueAnn Taylor
· February 16, 2017
My boys absolutely love this school! Staff is very helpful
Sarah Hooks
· September 8, 2016
My boys love their teachers!!! They couldn't wait to get back!
FV 3rd Graders sing Welcome Table
Forest View January Students of the Month
FV staff rocked an awesome Troll theme this Halloween. Our children loved when a flash mob broke out at the end of our parade. Thank you to the parents who were brave enough to join in. Best Halloween ever! More pictures to follow...

Dynamike came to Forest View to talk to kids about reisiting using bullying behaviors, loving themselves, and being kind and compassionate to others. He added magic that kept the students engaged in the presentation.

In a show of solidarity for school safety, Forest View participated in classroom lessons today that reinforced the importance of belonging to a community. Here’s a great example FV’s positive culture and climate.
Mrs.Balanowski's class made 17 flowers to display in the hallway. Mrs. Goulet's class saw this as an opportunity to build community and extend the solidarity by making butterflies to add to the display.
What a beautiful village we are!

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She's teaching her students to be determined and it's a mantra we can all get behind.

February Students of the Month.
Respectful, Responsible and Caring.

Mrs. Dipple’s 2nd and 3rd Graders are engaged in an Environmental Science Project Based Learning (PBL) experience. Design and engineer a chicken coop. From research to design to construction.

Flashlight Friday in Ms. Baczynskyj’s 3rd Grade. Snuggling up with a good book during March is Reading Month.

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Tomorrow is Read a Hat or Sticker Day at Forest View!
Ms. Brown reads to Mrs. Fortino’s kindergartners.
Did you read to your children tonight?

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March is Reading Month! Big Lug read to us today. Read to your kids tonight and every night. It makes a difference in their school success... and you’ll both love it!
May 5 is Lansing School District Night at Lugnut Stadium. Join us!

Camp Forest View... Spring in Michigan

Great turnout for Kindergarten Round-Up at Forest View!!! Send in your Future Tornado photos.

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Lansing School District

Reminder to all current Lansing School District Kindergarten families.

Kindergarten Roundup is on Tuesday, March 6 from 1:00 - 7:00 p.m.

There is no school for current kindergarten students on Tuesday so that our teachers can welcome our newest students and family members.

Forest View 2nd Grader Camiyah Dorris was honored by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing at the Young Creatives Art Exhibition reception on Friday. Her art will be displayed on a digital billboard near Frandor for March, Youth Arts Month. Her piece was submitted by K-3 Art Integration teacher, Amy Miros. Amy works with Forest View teachers to integrate art into our monthly Camp Forest View nature themed afternoons. The February theme was Michigan in Winter. In addition to this art project, students took a winter nature walk and the MI DNR shared a lesson on Michigan winter animals.
Camiyah’s family celebrated her honor with Principal Emily Brown, teacher, Jamie Balanowski, art teachers Amy Miros and Julie Naccarato, and administrator Camela Diaz.
Thank you Arts Council!

3rd Grade Leaders!
Working with kindergartners and 1st Graders today. Awesome kids.

Building connections with our “Camp Families”.