The fifth and sixth grade student council members went on a field trip to CLAS Ropes Course in Provo. They learned techniques in problem solving, leadership, human relationships, communication skills, conflict resolution, group cooperation, building self-confidence and esteem, trust, self-direction, motivation, and values.
These student’s were chosen for following school rules, being kind to others, and working hard in class. Congratulations to all of these student’s: Breanna Bryson, Aimee Wilkinson, Veronica Keck, Janii Begay, Kaisley Wall, Riley Rigby, Ella Lake, Bremen Allred, Mary Hinton, Drew Fox, Cameron Rigby, Allie Westring, Tristin Yates, Victoria Moser, Breanna White, Conner Huntsman, Jewlyien Boyd, Amelia Beaudry, Kade Edwards, Jonah Lowry, Jamis Sevy, Halle Elmer, Emrie Carroll, Wesley Nielson, Julia Humphreys, Ashton Andrew, Levi Ivie, Antoine Mitchell, Kamryn Meek, Trevyn Huff, Jakobie Jacobson, Emma Chapman, Zoey Spencer, Mili Adams, Mary coon, Austyn Davis, Zack Oryall, Waylon Broadhead, McKenzie Wall, JT LeSeur, Dawson Pedersen, Logan Johnson, Joslyn Page, Abby Clark, Andrew Sorensen, Kaleb Fullmer, Karson Young, Kiarah Bojorquez, Alexis Nackos, Abigail Jaussi, Tyler Page, Alejandro Sandoval, Sade Martinson, Kinsey Makin, Donovan Mahaffey, Madison Hawkins, Alexis Lowry, Kya Heimuli, CJ Ward, Braxton Hall, Brandon Wheeler, Joslyn Openshaw.
Park View storytelling festival was held on Friday September 27th. The weather was a factor this year and so at the last minute changes were made and the festival was brought inside. We had many parent volunteers and PTA members that helped make that change possible. The doors opened at 4:00 and the halls were filled with our Park View students and their families. The event was well attended. The students enjoyed an array of games, food and activities, parents and students of each class helped make our baskets beautiful. The festival was a success, we would like to thank the many parents, faculty, staff, Payson High School National Honor Society and PTA volunteers that made this a great fundraiser that benefit our students.
Our SEP Conferences were held October 2nd and 3rd. Mrs. Reynolds arranged for them to last a little later on Wednesday to accommodate more parents' schedules. The teachers discussed grades, reading programs, testing results for 2013, behavior and goals for this year, with the parents and students.The Kindergarten teachers had the students actually help with the SEP Conferences. They showed their parents the work they've been doing and explained what they've been learning.
Thanks to staff and students SEP Conferences were a great success this year.