May 2013

Our Wish For You...

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I hope that the days come easy and the moments pass slow
And each road leads you where you want to go,
and if you're faced with a choice, and you have to choose,
I hope you choose the one that means the most to you.
And if one door opens to another door closed,
I hope you keep on walkin' till you find the window,
If it's cold outside, show the world the warmth of your smile,
But more than anything, My wish, for you, is that this life becomes all that you want it to,
Your dreams stay big, and your worries stay small,
You never need to carry more than you can hold,
And while you're out there getting where you're getting to,
I hope you know somebody loves you,
and wants the same things too.
I hope you never look back, but you never forget,
All the ones who love you, in the place you left,
I hope you always forgive, and you never regret,
And you help somebody every chance you get.
Find God's grace, in every mistake, and always give more than you take.

Awards Assembly Held to Honor Exceptional Park View Bees

2013 Student Council
Service Volunteer Awards, Grandma Peck and Miss Liz
Hersey Track Meet Winners
3rd grade Spelling Bee winners: 1st Place - Hannah Hinton; 2nd Place - Hailey Peay; 3rd Place - Landon Serynek
Perfect Attendance - Josafat Camba, Fausto Sandoval, Zoe Gillice, Jose Camba, Antoine Mitchell, Landon Serynek, Taylor Killpack, Talan Oleson, Brandon Presson, Lindse Welton, Jordin Gonzalez,Spencer Nelson,Calvin Schulze, Dallin Wilkinson, Ashton Frost
Principal's Club
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On May 23, 2013 Park View Elementary held their annual Awards Ceremony to recognize students and volunteers who have performed with excellence.  

Grandma Peck and Miss Liz have given many years of service to Park View students in Kindergarten and Preschool. They were honored for their dedicated service.  

Earlier in the year, the 3rd graders participated in a spelling bee.  These are the 3rd grade Spelling Bee winners: 1st Place - Hannah Hinton; 2nd Place - Hailey Peay; 3rd Place - Landon Serynek

Students with Perfect Attendance:  Josafat Camba, Fausto Sandoval, Zoe Gillice, Jose Camba, Antoine Mitchell, Landon Serynek, Taylor Killpack, Talan Oleson, Brandon Presson, Lindse Welton, Jordin Gonzalez,Spencer Nelson,Calvin Schulze, Dallin Wilkinson, Ashton Frost

The Principal's Club consists of students who received Excellent Grades in all content areas throughout the school year: Waylon Broadhead, Madison Heaton, Hannah Hinton, Millie Taylor, Sierra Webber, Naomi Willard, Kira Bartholomew, Ethan Dixon, Landon Serynek, Kaleigh Lowder, Caire Maloy, Hailey Peay, and Chrstian Rogozzine, Abigail Jaussi, Adda Rigby, Taylor Killpack, Macy Alexander, Violet Andrew, Halle Bulkley, Kaleb Fullmer, Lylah Beaudry, Emely Alas, Kiley Cannegieter, Madison Drake, Braxton Hall, Halee Meek, Sydney Riley, Arilie Taylor, CJ Ward, Danielle Wilkinson, Derek Burton, Cozette Caron, Stuart Charles, Kya Heimuli, Sydney Jensen, Chase Johansen, Abby Maloy, Joslyn Openshaw, Jane Rice, McKenna Wright, Abby Hine, Katy Hinton, Derek Manning, Ammon Begay, Hannah Eddington, Kari Evans, Hayden Heaton, Emma Hinton, Mindy Riding, Sara Wiberg, TJ Moser, Sailor Riley, Dallin Wilkinson, McKay Young, Ashland Lowder, Zach Adams, Lora Burton, Carissa Hansen, Josie Humphreys, Makell Loveless, and Spencer Nelson.

The Student Council members were recognized for their service as well as the Hersey Track Meet winners.

Congratulations to all these students for their extraordinary efforts.

First Grade Field Trip

Arriving at the Bowling Alley
"Can I hit all those pins?"
Parent helpers cheer for the awesome bowlers
"Can you bowl in the dark?"
Playing on the monkey bars
"Let's play catch!"
It's a beautiful day for a game of frizby

May Students of the Month Celebrated

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May Students of the Month

All year the students at Park View have been building their character.  They have learned to be responsible, respectful, ready to learn, kind, friendly, happy, and positive.  They have learned to know who they are, and like who they are.   On May 7th, students were celebrated who have improved their character.
Kindergarten:  Kaden Mitchell, Adam Carroll, Brenen Allred, Skylar Jensen, Kyah Bahr, Kaleb Jasper, Camille Hutchings, Tayren Downey, Luke Tolman, and Lyra Nelson.
1st Grade:  Kenlee Wride, Alexis Herrera, Lea Brunger, Brixton Gull, Hadlie Baxter, Sadira Adams, Mariah Mavity, Caleb Goble, Jack Pearce, Tavis Seamons, Sydney Garrison, Will McClellan, Riley Peay, Mari Carroll, and Abinadi Moreno.
2nd Grade:  Nathaniel Briggs, Jakobie Jacobson, Lexi Zombrano, Claire Porter, Viviana Avila, Brelynn Grammer, Tyson Barker, Wesley Nielson, Ali Spencer, Julia Humphreys, Brooke Clark, Hunter Everett, Hank Bradford, Jake Wheeler, and Cougar Davis.
3rd Grade:  Allie Radmall, Skyler Ainscough, Isaac Ewing, Abraham Farias, Logan Johnson,  Avery Boyack, Taleesh Smith, Whitley Price, Mia King, Alec Eaves.
4th Grade:  Taylor Brotherson, Abby Jaussi, Janessa Victor, Chad Rowlette, Carter Craghead, Violet Van Komen, Gracie Mellen, Quaid Olsen, Rylee Openshaw, Kirsten Bates, Kingston Rains, Daniel Fuentes, Raven Rollins, Tyler Page, Fernanda Guerara, and Kimberly Brandly.
5th Grade:  Derek Burton, Mitchell Grimaud, Riley Bradford, Stuart Charles, Sydney Jensen, Brian Fonseca, and Kaylin Walker.
6th Grade:  Brennen Jensen, Kage Wride, Tariq Kaze, Mckell Davis, McKensie Price, Dallin Winkinson, and Sam Johnson.

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The Room Mothers pulled out all the stops to put a smile on the teacher's faces with their imaginative door decorations.  Be sure to take a look at all these marvelous creations.  Thank you, Room Mothers, for making us feel loved.

Final Scholastic Book Fair of the Year

Attributions: 
Wendi Camba, Brisa Rodriguez
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 Park View will hold its final Scholastic Book Fair from May 5th to May 10th.   There are lots of cool and awesome stuff you can purchase.  If you buy something, you get something else free!  There are pens, picture books, chapter books, information books, and posters. Mrs. Reynolds is sponsoring a trivia challenge.   Students can write the title of the book they are most excited about and put their name in a jar.  If their name gets chosen, they get a free poster from the book fair!  Be sure to visit the Book Fair this week.  Thanks to all who worked long hours to provide the students with many hours of reading.

Super Awesome, Amazingly Terrific, Student Council Fieldtrip

Attributions: 
Emma Hinton, Spencer Nelson

The Student Council went on a field trip on the 2nd of May.  They went to CLAS Ropes-Course.  They played games on the ground, like Spaceship and Blind-tag.  The games were about teamwork and learning to communicate with each other.  Then they went into teams and played different games.  One of the groups played Shark Pool.  There is a platform that everyone is standing on.  Then you have to get everyone on a small wooden box thing by swinging on a rope.  We had to work together to get everyone on.  The other group played a game called Rope Balance.  They had to walk on a thin rope around an obstacle course without falling off.  In that game, you also had to work together to get across the course.  Then, after they had lunch, they got to go on a HUGE swing and a TALL zip-line.   "At first I was nervous about the zip-line," said Leah Moser, "but during the zip-line I felt safe." It was awesome.  Everyone had a BLAST!! 

 

Teacher Appreciation Week

Attributions: 
Ashton Frost, TJ Moser, Wendy Camba
Simply, give appreciation to your favorite teachers

Next week is teacher appreciation week, so be really nice to your teachers. They’ve worked very hard. Show that you appreciate them by writing a letter, or a note, or just telling your teacher.  Some students’ plans will be to be more annoying than ever!  The teachers would prefer a week-long vacation FROM their students.  But since they have to work, everybody show your appreciation.