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Welcome Message From Lakeview Academy Principal Dr. Shawne Holder

Dear Lakeview Academy Parents and Community,

As principal of Lakeview Academy, it is my pleasure to welcome everyone back to school. We are excited about our new name and new look, and we are looking forward to creating a strong school community! Our dedicated staff has spent countless hours this summer creating warm, inviting classrooms and cannot wait to have our students filling our classrooms with energy and enthusiasm for learning. It is our mission for EVERY child, parent/guardian, and community member to feel welcomed and a part of our Lakeview Academy family.

I am honored to serve as the new principal of Lakeview Academy. Over the past 22 years, I have worked in elementary education as a teacher, media specialist, assistant principal and principal, but my most important role is child advocate. I enjoy spending time in our classrooms working with and getting to know your children. Every child is unique, with their own gifts and talents that we will celebrate. My goal is to know each child at Lakeview Academy.

We will work together as the Lakeview family to provide a safe, supportive learning environment for our students. You are an essential part of our family. We want you to participate in your child’s education to the maximum extent possible and welcome you to volunteer.

Once again, I am so thankful to have the opportunity to work in the Baldwin County School District. I look forward to getting to know you and your children. Please feel free to contact me at 475-457-2967 or


Shawne C. Holder

Lakeview Academy Principal

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