Congratulation to Mrs. Toutai. She was selected to be Park View's Teacher of the Year. Her class celebrated with her today in this announcement. They appreciate her kind and caring personality. She believes all children can suceed, and she goes to great lengths to help them to become successful. She also tries to inspire her students to follow their dreams, and not let anyone or anything get in the way of accomplishing those dreams. We are grateful for wonderful teachers at Park View like Mrs. Toutai. Thank you Mrs. Toutai.
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The PVP Park View Art Festival is now underway. The theme for this year is, “If you can be anything, be kind.” Students were made aware of the Art Festival during an assembly last Monday. There are two categories that students can enter projects – 2D Art (drawings, paintings, collage etc…) and Photography (a picture taken by the student, not of the student.) Students are to follow the rules that are found on the Art Festival attachment. The due date is February 21st, and projects are to be turned into the office.
We also need parents to help judge the projects that are submitted! Judging takes place on Monday, February 24th from 9 to 10 am. Please help us by volunteering. Click here to volunteer!
These scientific kids are our Park View Science Fair winners! Way to go kids!
- First Place: Tavin Bussio
- Second Place: Evelyn Loor
- Third Place: Kaizlee Gull & Sydni Stevenson
These students are being moved on to the Nebo STEM Fair!
- Malia Cook
- Dakota Taylor
- Emalee Burraston
- Aimee Wilkinson & Reagan Sevy
- Malia Mobbs & Haley Bott
- James Higginson
- Piper Johanson & Molly Smith
- Coleman Cunningham
- Paisley Mormann & Addilyn Hiatt
We are so proud of these kids, their hard work has definietly paid off. Congratulations!
These fantastic fifth graders put on quite the science fair. They have been working hard on their hypothesis, data collecting, performing experiments and making conclusions about all types of things. There were projects about eggs, soda, bubblegum, volcanoes, crystals, slime and more! On Friday students from the school had the privilege of walking through the various projects, and this science fair did not disappoint, they were both entertaining and educational. We also want to give the fifth grade teachers a huge shout out for all the hard work they put into this science fair. Stay tuned for the announcement of the winners!
Make sure you scoll through the pictures to see all the great projects. Can you find yourself? Do you have a favorite project?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… No, it’s not Christmas, but Valentines Day and with Valentine's Day comes first grade love advice from Ms. Lundell’s class! These first grade students are not only so sweet and innocent but also brutally honest. So, without further ado, please swipe through the pictures for a really great laugh which will for sure brighten your day.
Dear Nebo Parents/Guardians & Employees:
If the storm proves to be as strong as predicted, Nebo School District schools will be closed all day tomorrow, Monday, February 3, 2020. However, a final decision regarding the closure of schools will NOT be made until 6:30 AM tomorrow morning.
Nebo will NOT be considering a two-hour delayed start tomorrow due to our Monday early out schedule.
Communications will be sent to parents and employees through email, text, and phone IF school is going to be canceled. Otherwise, school will be held according to our normal schedule. Announcements will also be placed on the Inclement Weather section of our web page (www.nebo.edu), and social media.
Thank you for your support of Nebo schools and students.
Today we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. We celebrate the life and achievements of Martin Luther King Jr., who was an influential American civil rights leader. He fought to end racial segregation and for racial equality in the United States. Today is not supposed to be spent as a “day off”, but rather a “day on” doing service around your community in hopes of making it a better place!
Here are some fun facts about Martin Luther King Jr.
King was the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964.
There are over 730 streets in the United States named after Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King had his first experience of segregation at just six years old, when he was told he wasn’t allowed to play with his white friend anymore – his friend’s father wouldn’t allow it!
Martin was a great believer in peaceful protest, inspired by the Indian activist Mahatma Gandhi.
In 1963, Martin gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, at a famous rally named ‘March on Washington.’ Over 250,000 people gathered in the country’s capital to hear Martin and other activists speak about the importance of civil rights. It has become one of the most famous speeches in history and focuses on Martin’s dream of a society where black people and white people live together in harmony. (National Geographic Kids)
Thanks to Mrs. Barney's second grade class for the awesome artwork!
Our Park View Parents are organizing a program called, parents of the playground at recess. This is an opportunity for dads, moms, or grandparents to sign up for a day to come for 50 minutes at lunch recess just to play with the kids. This is great for your own children, but it also allows students to see positive role models. You can sign up for one day or several days, just give it a try! Please click HERE if this is something you would be interested in!
Utah Give Kids a Smile will be holding their annual event on February 29, 2020 at the Utah College of Dental Hygiene in Orem. This event provides free dental exams and procedures for qualifying low income students age 5-12. Attached to this post is the qualification information, and consent form. For students to participate in this free event parents need to complete the Heath history and consent form faxed in by the deadline. The deadline for completed forms to be faxed in is February 7, 2020. Parents can return the completed forms to Alicia Milberger, our school nurse, and she will fax them to Give Kids a smile.