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Pool Day Rescheduled

Due to weather the pool day WILL NOT be tomorrow, May 22. The pool day has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 23 from 1:00-3:00. If you have any questions feel free to contact the school or your child’s teacher.

Summer Food Program

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When school lets out, millions of low-income children lose access to school breakfast and lunch meals that are available during the regular school year. The Utah Food Bank's Summer Nutrition Program fills this gap by providing free meals and snacks to children 18 and under who might have limited access to nutritious food in the summer. Kids do not need to register or fill out an application to participate-they just need to show up!

All lunches will be served Mondays-Fridays, June 11-August 17 from 12:45-2:00 p.m. at the Constitution Park located at 600 S. Main St. (right next to the pool). 

What is the PVP?

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Sabrina Wilson

3rd Grade Biome Night

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The third graders have been working hard researching biomes to present to their parents. Students had to write mini essays explaining different parts of their biome, they did several art projects that came together to be their biome and finally, they made videos presenting their opinion on why their parents should travel to their biome. The biome night turned out awesome! Thank you to all the parents that came to support!

Rewarded with Reptiles

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Has your child been asking you for a pet reptile? Have they been rattling off random facts about cold blooded animals? Well, that is because students here at Park View were dazzled, amazed, and at times shocked at the reptiles presented at our third term rewards assembly. The assembly was educational and hands-on! What’s better than that? We are pretty sure everyone left wanting a pet reptile of their own.

Mrs.Toelupe is Awarded District Teacher of the Year

Park View's beloved Kindergarten teacher was awarded Nebo School District's Teacher of the Year! If you want to feel energy and excitement for learning, you just visit Chrisann’s classroom. She makes learning fun and believes each child is capable of being successful. Chrisann understands and provides differentiated instruction ensuring the greatest chance for success for all her students. She especially looks out for the ‘underdogs’. Chrisann willingly provides professional development to our faculty. Her passion for education is contagious. We as a school could not be more proud to call her our own. Congratulations Chrisann, we love you! 

 

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