1645 South Commercial Street
Neenah, Wisconsin 54956
Fax: (920) 751-6859
Mascot Lakeview Lasers
School Colors Blue and Yellow
Location and History Lakeview Elementary holds on to its roots as a country school, although the city of Neenah has continued to encroach around its acres of playground that are shared with deer and other wildlife. It is one of the larger elementary schools in the district, drawing from rural families, new subdivisions and apartment complexes. The original Town of Neenah Lakeview School was established in 1856 with 13 pupils attending. The current building was constructed in five phases, ranging from 1858-1968. The school was closed due to low enrollment in 1983 and reopened in 1988, an experience that has bonded parents and staff in a distinctive way.
Grades Served ..... Kindergarten - Grade 5
Enrollment........... Approximately 370-400 students
School Sequence...Elementary School - Lakeview (K-5)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Middle School - Horace Mann (6th Grade)
Shattuck (7th/8th Grade)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . High School - Neenah High School
Parental Involvement The Lakeview parent organization is organized as a PTO (Parent Teacher Organization). The group works with the Lakeview families and staff to organize family activities and raise funds for enhancing curriculum and technology, supporting field trip opportunities and improving classroom and school environments. In addition to fund raising, the PTO organizes a variety of activities for families to participate in: Ice Cream Evening (Fall), Monthly Skate Nights, Holiday Store (Winter), Funset Family Time (Spring), 5th Grade End of Year Breakfast, Fun Run-n-Walk (Winter), Rummage Sale (Spring) and more.
Extra Activities for Students and Families Before & After-School Y-Care, Parent-Organized Soccer Teams, Skate Nights, After-School Foreign Language Program and Student Council.