Parents

Providing structure and support

Lycoming Valley Intermediate School understands that this is a very challenging time for your student. He or she is beginning to learn who he or she is, and what he or she wants to be. 

Communication is the key to a student’s success. Encourage your child to talk to you, a teacher, or even a counselor to help him or her find the answers he or she is seeking.

Bullying

Students are taught about different types of bullying (physical, verbal, non-verbal), what to do if they feel they are being bullied, and how to reduce bully/victim situations to create a positive school climate for all. Contact the school for more information.
Notes

Student/Parent Handbook

All students receive a copy of the student handbook on their first day of school at Lycoming Valley Intermediate School.

The following is requested of all parents/guardians:

  • Parents/guardians review the student handbook together with their student during the first week of school.
  • Parents/guardians check the agenda every night so they are aware of their student's daily assignments. At a minimum, all students are expected to read for a minimum of 30 minutes each day outside of school time. Again, the handbook and agenda are communication tools between the students, teacher, and parents/guardians.

Lycoming Valley Student-Parent Handbook

This resource provides valuable information for you and your child about daily life, policies, and expectations at Lycoming Valley Intermediate School.

Download Lycoming Valley Student-Parent Handbook