Chocolate comes in many forms, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, truffles, chocolate icecream, fudge; we could go on and on. This week it is in the form of money for Park View to buy new Chormebooks. One candy bar is $1.00. Ask your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, or cousin about buying some chocolate, then enjoy its sweetness now, and later as the students use the chromebooks. Envelopes with money and names are due on Friday, May 1st.
Our fourth graders had so much fun on their field trip to the Hutchings Museum in Lehi. They learned about some very interesting things like fossils of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals, rocks, native american , pioneers and famous outlaws. This museum is so vast, it even has an exhibit on stuffed animals. The students thought that the rock room was so cool. They got to see their birthstones! Everyone learned so much and had a bunch of fun!
Announcing the free NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) Basic Course being offered right here in Nebo School District STARTING THIS THURSDAY NIGHT! For those of you dealing with children/spouses/other family members with neurological/mental issues, THIS AMAZING CLASS IS FOR YOU! It is a great free class that helps caregivers deal with a myriad of issues from communication skills, problem solving, crisis preparation and response, handling challenging behavior, relapse planning, impact on family members, record keeping and MORE!! Usually these classes are offered in the Provo Area, so if you would like to join us for this convenient opportunity right here in our neck of the woods, hosted by Nebo School District, RSVP to email@example.com TODAY to reserve your spot(s). They fill up fast, so reserve today!
Our cute Kindergarten students had an Spring Party. It was so cute to see them going around picking up colorful eggs. We were so lucky to see both classes. We saw Ms. Jones’s class, and they had the cutest thing. It was a tube that you put the eggs in and the eggs would slide down the tube into a bucket. Mrs. Thomas’s class had just as much fun opening their shining eggs. We were so lucky to go and see the amazing adorable kindergarteners at Easter.
Mrs. Toulupes 1st grade class also had a Spring Party! They played games including Don’t Eat Peep, and created some Spring arts and crafts.
Enjoy these pictures of the fun.
The Journalism Club sponsored a writing contest called, "Spring Looks Like...) Student wrote what they liked about Spring. On April 17 all who participated where invited to a celebration of Spring. The Journalism club treated them with milk and cookies. The winners were awarded with chocolate suckers, complements of Ethan Dixon and his mother. The winning entries were shared over the intercom. Here are the winners of the Spring Writing Contest. In first grade the winner was Lucas Fullmer. Second grade, first place was Alexa Burton, second place was Jennica Chabot, and in third place was Kell Barney. For thirde grade we also had three winners. In frist was Charley Syme, second was Mkenzie Ainscough, and third was Hadlie Baxter. In first place for fourth grade was Allie Young, in second was Zaylee Hiatt, and in third was Jolee Nelson. In fifth grade we had Claire Maloy for first place, in second was Gentry Talyor, and in third was Kiri Barney. For sixth grade in first place we had Sheila Moreno, second was Abby Jaussi, and last but not least in third place we had Halle Bulkley. We had many winners with many great story’s. If you know any of these kids congratulate them.
Mrs. Page has been a student teacher here at Park View for the last 4 months working with the special education students. She is leaving April 24. She loves to work with the kids and the kids love her. She is nice and fun. She taught us math and reading in a fun way. She is sad to leave, but she has completed her dream. It was a fun four months with her. She is going to be a real teacher now. So if you see her, say thank you.
Levi Ivie participated in the State Goalball Tournament on Friday, March 27 and took 1st place with his team in the younger division! Levi said the ball had bells so they could hear the ball coming. Their objective was to get the ball in the net while keeping the other team from getting it in their net. Levi had a wonderful time learning how to play the game and making new friends.
During the month of March, Park View students learned about the value of Courage. Nelson Mandela said,"I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear." Callin Wilson showed courage by standing up for a friend. Chauncy Lloyd told the truth. Bryden Turnbow stood up to a bully. Veritie Schafer said she faced her fears and didn't have meltdowns. Congratulations to all these students for showing courage:
Kindergarten - Brandon DeFreese, Brianna, Grace Coon, Ben Serynec, Bryana Garcia, Dexter Moser
1st grade - Sam Loso, Alivia Johnson, Mac Moore, Angie Serrano, Myra Andrew, Maj Callister,
2nd grade - Bryden Turnbow, Chaunsey Lloyd, Veritie Schafer, Gage Wharton, Maxym Robinson, Lyra Nelson, Sawyer Barben, Lauren Bakker
3rd grade - Callin Wilson, Halle Elmer, Riley Peay, Kynadie Hawkins, Trevor Wilkinson, Haley Manning
4th grade - Brittany Garcia, Brooklyn Cox,Alex Rasmussen, Levi Ivie, Evelyn Cervantes, Lucas Gonzalez
5th grade - Eian Turner, Cindy Camba, Mya Sorenson, Ryan Mahaffey,
6th grade - Oivia Adams, Eli Sorensen, Rebekah Story, Garett Williams, Jordan Phillips and Kayden Preuser.