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!
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!