October 2014

Kindergarten Students Play in the Autumn Leaves

Attributions: 
Willow Welch and Claire Maloy
Kindergarten Students Celebrate Fall Day

Oct. 28th was Kindergarten Fall Day. They jumped in the leaves across the street at the park. They also goofed around on the play ground. It was great weather to play outside and get some fresh air.  They had a great time with each other and their teacher, Mrs. Thomas.  Some people wish they were in kindergarden again. This is the story of the Kindergarden Fall Day.  

 

Second Grade Field Trip to the Farm

Attributions: 
Samantha Godinez and Brielle Shirley
And on that farm there was a horse...
Honey bees are very important to our health and happiness.
Students learn from an expert.
Playing at the park.

 The second grade students went on a field trip to a farm to learn about some important community helpers.  They learned about the different uses of wool, care of animals and the usefulness of honey bees.  They also learned all about the different kinds of foods they need to grow big and strong.  They saw a dog do hand commands; they saw a goat, a horse, some rabbits, and a sheep.  They learned what kinds of foods farm animals give us. and how they help make our lives better.   After visiting the farm, they were able to go to the park to play and eat lunch.  It was an educational activity for our second graders.

 

 

Walk to School Day was Energizing!

Attributions: 
Claire Maloy and Willow Welch
Parents join their children in the Annual Walk to School Day.
Students who walked to school received a sticker that entitled them to extra recess.

 October 8th was “Walk to School Day” and some kids got some exercise.  In the pictures we took, students looked really happy.  We hope you got to walk to school, too.  Every student who walked to school got extra recess.   Parents, your kids did really great!   

 

Results of the Fun Run Fund Raiser

Attributions: 
Mrs. Wilkinson, PTA President
Thanks to all the volunteers for a successful Fun Run...
and students will benefit from this fund raiser.
Thanks everyone!

If you were driving by Park View on Sept. 29th or Oct. 1st, chances are you saw kids outside walking or running. The kids were giving their all to earn money for the PTA.  Every few laps the kids could earn prizes such as silly bands, Frisbees, treats and water bottles. This motivated the kids to try their hardest.   Previously, they asked family and friends for donations for each lap they completed.  

We had some outstanding runners.  Even a few teachers joined in the fun.  These are the top boy or girl runners for each grade:

Kindergarten: Hadlee K. ran 4.8 miles; Caleb H. ran 4.8 miles

First grade: Davin W. ran 5.6 miles; Karlie A. ran 4.8 miles

Second grade: Zandon T., Stefan A. and  Jaxton H. ran 5.4 miles; Rebbeca H., Kendal E., Allie S., Allie W. and Jennica C. ran 4.4 miles

Third grade:  Braxton S. ran 6.6 miles;  Brinley K. ran 4.8 miles

 Fourth grade:  Caulyn W.  and Tallin K. ran 7 miles:  Lia W. ran 5.6 miles

Fifth grade:  Ethan D. ran 6.6 miles;  Kiri B. and  Sierra W. ran 5.4 miles

6th grade:  Kaleb F. ran 7.8 miles and Aubrey W. ran 6.6 miles.

The top money makers will be invited to a catered lunch with Mrs. Stirland as their host to honor their achievement.  Top Winners for each grade level are Tavin B., Taylor H., Jaxton H., William D., Tallin K., Ethan D., and Olivia A. 

Thank you to all the parents who came and helped us the day of the race, all the teachers and staff for their support and for the committee members which included Jenny Hinton, Liz Lowder, Hilary Adams, Melinda Baker, Are Johansen, Melissa Andrew, Shelly McClellen, Natalie Cunningham, and Rachel Fransen who was our mascot, Radical Racer.

 

 

Mrs. Shepherd, Our Amazing New Third Grade Teacher

Attributions: 
by Camie Hamblin and Ariana Newton
Cool, new third grade teacher.

Whitney Shepherd is a new 3rd grade teacher at Park View. Mrs. Shepherd is married to Tyson Shepherd. Mrs. Shepherd was a dental assistant for 9 years. She has an egg farm and has 500,000 chickens. Her favorite place to eat is Ruby River Steak House. She is from South Jordan. She graduated from UVU.

 

 

Reflections Entries are Due

Attributions: 
by Sammy Godinez and Brielle Shirley

The theme is “The World Would be a Better Place If… so for the reflection’s contest you can dance, paint a picture, take a photo, sculpt something, compose music or write something. We have creative kids at Park View so we know the kids can come up with some wonderful ideas because we’re awesome.  It is totally worth it to spend a little extra time and complete a reflections piece.   If you need ideas, here are a couple:  write a song, dance to a song that reminds us to make the world a better place, draw a picture of friends or take photos of things like peace, family, education, sharing, caring, love, or recycling.  Remember, the entries are due October 21.  Best of luck to everyone who enters.

 

 

Members of the Journalism Club Announced

Attributions: 
Tanner Goodrich and Sammy Godinez
The journalism club members

Park View Elementary is pleased to announce the beginning of the official  Journalism Club for students who want to be the eyes and ears of the school. Students applied by writing why they thought they would be a good member of the team.   Brielle loves to express her feelings.  Sammy has writing in her blood.  Her teachers have always said they love her writing.  Ashlyn has always wanted to become an author.  Mia can make any topic interesting.  One of Hannah’s favorite things to do is write and keep organized.  Tanner observed he gets along with students of all ages, so he would be an asset to the journalism team.   Claire would love to improve her writing skills and thinks the journalism club would be a great way to do this.  Sammy concludes with this thought, “Our Journalism Club has been fun so far and thanks to our lovely teacher, Mrs. Kirk.   Watch for stories written by these very talented students.   You will be in for a treat.

The journalism club members are Tanner Goodworth, Ariana Newton, Mia RosenKratz, Clair Maloy, Willow Welch ,Sammy Godinez, Hannah Hinton, Brielle Shirley, Ashlyn Morton, Skyler Ainscogh, Brandt Peterson, and Camie Hamblin

 

 

Meet Park View's New 6th Grade Teacher, Mr. Wright

Attributions: 
Mia Rosenkrantz
Park View is lucky to have Mr. Wright to call our own.

This year at Park View we have a new 6th grade teacher!  His name is Mr. Wright. He was born in Salt Lake. He has 4 children, two boys and two girls. He also has an amazing wife! Some of his hobbies are golfing and barbequing. Yum! His favorite food is pizza and his favorite color is red. He also really likes basketball. He was on active duty for National Guard.  He has wanted to teach since he was little, so he put his mind to it, and he achieved it! His favorite thing to teach is math. He is very understanding and loves to teach. I wish he was my teacher! 

 

 

September Students of the Month focus on Friendship

Attributions: 
Make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the other gold.
High Fives for everyone.
Celebrate Friendship!

     September became a friendly month at Park View.  Each student was challenged to build the character of Friendship.  Maddox helped a friend with math.  Andrew helped a classmate do assigned work in class.  Julia played with someone at recess who didn’t have a friend.  To celebrate their achievement, students of the month were called out of class.  Others lined the halls to give "high fives" as recognition for their special effort.  The following students where chosen by their teachers or their peers for showing friendship throughout the month.  Congratulations to all. 

Pre school:  Jessica Christensen, Angel Brown, 

Kindergarten:  Mallory Alexander, Cole Young, Bob Brines, Mytchie Baxter, Malia Mobbs, Corbin Westring,

1st grade:  Aimee Wilkinson, Statton Corbett, Myles Hawkins, Cora Clyde, Emma Anderson, Davin Wilson,

2nd grade:  Carson Wengert, Maddox Callister, Gage Wharton, Vivian Schmidt, Cameron Rigby, Avery Bulkley,

3rd grade:  Tess Glazier, Emree Hall, Maggy Alexander, Irie MClellan, Caleb Young, Kaylee Fratto,

4th grade:  Whitney Bahr, Emma Chapman, MacKenzie Chappell, Kamryn Meek, Julia Humphrys, Justice Lake,

5th grade:  Alberto Pena, Hannah Hinton, Booklyn Johnson, JT LeSueur,

6th grade:  Abigail Childs, Andrew Sorensen, Sarah Baker, Addalynn Rigby, Kaleb Fullmer, Kamry Flippen.

 

 

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