December 2012

Singing Around the Tree Continued

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The third graders present, Silent Night, with sign language.
"All is calm, all is bright.
I'm the angel in the Christmas play.
Grandma got run over by a reindeer.
Infamous grandma and dangerous reindeer.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Had a very shiny nose.
And if you ever saw it, you would even say it glows.
Twelve Days of Christmas
On the 5th day of Christmas, Fa, la, la, la, la...
Rise and shout, the cougars are out!
I do believe I've lost control!
Here comes Santa Claus, Gangnam Style!
All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth.
Then I could wish you a Merry Christmas...
How happy I would be if I could only whistle...
and say, "Sister Suzy sitting on a thistle."
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Park View Presents, "Singing Around the Tree"

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Merry Christmas, everyone!
"I want a puppy for Christmas."
You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch.
I wouldn't touch you with a thirty-nine-and-a-half-foot pole.
You're as charming as an eel, Mr. Grinch
4th graders remind us to not have termites in your smile like Mr. Grinch.
The Student Council plays "Deck the Halls" with pipes.
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Abby Malloy plays the xylophone.
Steward Charles accompanies the student council with his electric guitar.
"Pine Cones and Holly Berries"
"It's Beginning to Look a lot Like Christmas"

Enjoy these Pictures of Christmas and Candy Canes

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Christmas Books and Candy Canes Continued

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Payson High Choir Brings Holiday Cheer to Park View

Attributions: 
Lindsey Welton, Kenzingtin Baxter
Park View Bees return to sing with the Payson High Choir.
The choir gets everyone in the Christmas Spirit.
Mrs. Morgan directs her choir.
Christmas comes this time of year.
Payson High Concert Choir wishes Park View a Holly Jolly Christmas.
Sharing a moment with a Park View Bee sister.
Mrs. Toutai has memories of Christmas past with former students.

On Thursday, December 13, 2012, the Payson High School Concert Choir, under the direction of Marilyn Morgan,  came to Park View to sing Christmas songs to spread a little Christmas cheer.   They sang “Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel”, Polar Express, “Believe”, “The Sugar Plum Fairy”, I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas”, “ Little St. Nick”, “Have a Holly Jolly Christmas”, and “Jingle Bells”.   They blended their voices to sound like actual interments!  Abby Maloy said, “They were really funny and nice!”  Kenzingtin Baxter said, “It was amazing how they came.”  Lindsey Welton added, “I loved it!  I love singing and music; it was so totally me!!!” 

Six of the singers graduated from Park View.  It was exciting to have them return and share their talents.  We could tell everyone loved the reindeer horns to remind us to be quiet; some tried to be noisy on purpose, because when we were noisy we had to make reindeer horns.  

Thank you to the Payson High Choir for making our Christmas a little more merry and bright.

 

December Character Education Assembly Honors Students for Outstanding Achievement and Service

Service is all around Park View!
Service comes in many different forms.
Service makes your heart feel good.
Let's make December the month we choose to serve.
Have you made someone feel happy today?

Service is all over Park View. It comes in many different forms and it makes your heart feel good. This was the message students heard at the December Character Education Assembly. Students were asked about ways they have served others recently. Leena said she helped an older lady clean her house. Jacob helped a neighbor rake his leaves. Ambria helped a teacher with her class. Dayton helped a student spell. Brandson helped a new friend learn how to play soccer. When asked how they feel when they serve, they all said it makes them happy. There are so many opportunities to serve; we just have to keep our eyes open for the possibilities. Mrs. Reynolds invited everyone to “make December the month we choose to serve.”

Students of the month were also honored at the assembly. Congratulations to these students for outstanding achievement:

Kindergarten - Allie Smith, Koben Lillywhite, Olivia Nielson, Leslie Gutierrez.

1st grade - Jevin Pearce, Elle McClelan, Audrey Wybrant, Micah Peery, Max Shirts, Kade Edwards, Brinley Krukiewix, Amelia Beaudry, Trevor Wilkinson, Joe Gillice, Haley Manning, and Zachary Maloy

2nd grade - Serena Lee, Tanner Stone, Colby Rigby, Crystal Allen, Skylar Marchal, Alex Orozco, Keeley Robinson, Tallin Kunz, Colby Rigby, Boston Mobbs, Jonathon Gonzalez, Kasey Johnson

3rd grade - Michael Short, Collin Johnson, Waylon Broadhead, JT LeSueur, Joslyn Page, Tanner Goodworth, Naomi Willard, Kyler Ewell, Bo Norton, Kaleigh Lowder

4th grade - David Gull, Adda Rigby, Kaleb Fullmer, Brad Wharton, Rebecca Lake, Justus Johnson, Jacob Sorenson, Abby Clark, Macy Alexander, Andrew Sorenson, Livi Adams, Aubrey Wengert

5th grade - Tazieya Smith, Shilynn Davis, Madison Drake, Connor Cox, Ellie Sorensen, Kyler Haveron, Braxton Hall, Rachel Webber, Jane Rice, Joseph Brandley,

6th grade - Tyler Caldwell, McKay Young, Logan Sorensen, Hayden Heaton Josie Humphreys, Sailor Riley, Ashton Frost, Kari Evans, Megan Young, Calvin Schulze, Tyler Thompson.

 

Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast

Attributions: 
Spencer Nelson, Ashley Hamlbin
Kindergarten Thanksgiving Celebration
Plenty of food. God bless us, everyone.
Turkey, Turkey, Gobble!
Parents enjoyed the day with their Pilgrims.

                On Tuesday, November 20th the Kindergarten held their annual Thanksgiving feast.  Mrs. Thomas, organized the feast for her students.  Each of the children dressed up as a pilgrim.  Mrs. Thomas recalled, “It went well because we had a lot of help from the parents.  The room mothers were very organized.  They decorated and provided plenty of food.”  After eating, the children gathered around to play games similar to the first Thanksgiving.  Some of the games they played were, “Mother, May I?”, “Red Light, Green Light”, “Limbo”, “Turkey, Turkey, Gobble (Duck Duck Goose)”, and “Mr. Fox”.  The children also sang, “The Children of Many Colors.”  Everyone who attended had a great time acting out the first Thanksgiving. 

 

More Pictures of Chopper Five Visiting Park View

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The Little Engine That Could
Caps For Sale
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Number the Stars
A Wrinkle in Time
Walk Two Moons
Where the Red Fern Grows
Guess How Much I Love You
The Very Hungry Caterpiller
Nadine Wimmer prepares the news article for KSL
Everyone says goodbye to Chopper 5
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