October 2015

Reflections: Let Your Imagination Fly

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Under the direction of the PTA, students of Park View were able to participate in the Reflections Contest.  The theme was "Let Your Imagination Fly" and our students did FLY.  Here are the winners for each category and age group:

Literature Winners for 1st grade: 

1st place - Kerry Carron Campbell - With My Imagination
        2nd place - Aimee Wilkinson - Ava and Ella
winners for 3rd - 5th:  1st place:  Mckenzie Ainscough - When I Can't Sleep
        2nd place - Avery Bulkley - The Dream
        3rd place - Julia Humphries - Have You Ever Wondered
Winners for 6th grade:  1st place:  Mary Coon - The Senses of Spring
        2nd place - Ashley Morton - Anyone Can Let Their Imagination Fly
       3rd place - Hank Francom - Poetry

Dance Winners
      1st place - Mckenzie Ainscough - Fly to your Heart
      2nd place - Gabe Sanders - Letting My Imagination Fly on the Back of a                              Horse
      3rd place - Lyndsee Slade - I Wanna Fly

Visual Art Winners
       1st place - Jacob Chamberland - Rocket Science
       2nd place - Syrenity Elmer
       3rd place - Beckham Curtis - Fly to the Touchdown

        1st place - Iree Mclellen - Your Imagination is Like a Hot Air Balloon
        2nd place - Samantha Wright - Chic in Wonderland
        3rd place - Jolee Nelson - The Eye of Wonder

       1st place - Brooklyn Johnson - Sprowing Dreams
        2nd place - Camie Hamblin - Ballerina
        3 rd place - Brielle Shirley - Up in the Sky

3D Art Winners
       1st place - Katie Carron Campbell - the Golden Angel
       2nd place - Veronica Keck - 3D Dress
       3rd place - Isabelle Jaussi - The Clouds

     1 st place - Rhett Christensen
     2nd place - Mary Hinton - The Swans
     3rd place - Savannah Barrus - A Bird's Eye View

      1st place - Clifton Carron Campbell - The Flying Imagination
      2nd place - Rebecca Leaberry - Wishes
      3rd place - Kira Barney

Photography Winners
       1st place - Isabelle Jaussi

       1st place - Jamis Sevi - What if Food Came Alive?
       2nd place - Trevor Wilkinson - Flying Over the Valley
        3rd place - Zaylee Hiatt -  Friendship

        1st place - Luke Higginson - Lego Forest Battle
        2nd place - Hannah Hinton - Friendship
       3rd place - Kira Barney - Moab Photography

Red Ribbon Week Activities

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Thanks to Mrs. Adams and her team of experts, Park View had a very successful Red Ribbon Week.  Students were reminded to be healthy, take care of their young bodies and not do drugs.  Here are some pictures to show how excited the students are to make good choices.  Way to go Park View Bees!

Success of the 2nd Annual Fun Run

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Ellie Hine, Lyndsee Slade, Claire Porter, Gracie Spencer, Lexie Crawford, Amanda Johnson

The Second Annual Fun Run was held at the beginning of October.  Students have run their laps and collected their donations.  Mrs. Gull said, ”I thought that everyone did a good job.  I loved seeing everyone participating.”  Avery Bulky said,”I think that I can do twenty laps.  I love running!”   It looked like the music really pumped up every one.  Emeleo said that he was trying to earn twenty dollars.  Vivian said “ I want to run 20 laps, and I really like running in this fun run with my friends!!”  

All  the students ran at least 14 laps In Mrs. Thomas's Kindergarten class. Beto Ruelaz ran 23 laps.  They really enjoyed the prizes like a water bottle, rice crispy treats, and more.  They all hope  to run next year.

The first graders were awesome at running. Mrs. Toulepe ran with the kids because the kids challenged her! The two top winners won tee-shirts! Everyone had a good attitude. Mrs. Lundell and Mrs. Toutai were proud of there kids as well. They had such good attidutes. Everyone tried there hardest. I’m sure everyone was tired after.  Everyone ran to get prizes, and have fun.

We are all so happy with are P.T.A. for helping us!   Thanks to all who sponsored the students in this worthwhile event.  A special thank you to all the parents who donated time to encourage the students and give prizes for each lap.  The money donated will be spent on technology for the classrooms.  Enjoy these pictures of the Fun Run.

Red Ribbon Week

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Claire Porter and Gracie Spencer

We are right in the midst of Red Ribbon Week, October 26th through the 30th.  On Monday the theme is AIM to be drug free, so wear Red! On Tuesday the theme is DON’T BE CRAZY! Crazy hair day. Wednesday TURN YOUR BACK ON DRUGS! Wear your clothes backwards!!! Thursday JEAN-ius, I’m drug free!!! Wear everything jeans! Spooky Friday is Drugs are SCARY!!! Wear your Halloween costume! Boo to drugs!!!    The Halloween Parade will be at 1:00.  Dress warm: we are hoping to be outside to see all the spooks.    Watch for pictures of these events in our next post.

 

 

eBooks at Park View

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Park View Elementary is pleased to introduce a new, free reading service providing digital books through OverDrive. The OverDrive collection is an extension of our physical library, only it’s online with 24/7 access to eBooks and audiobooks. It’s convenient for students to check out titles at home, on the weekends or during school breaks with no worry about misplacing a book or running up late fees – these digital titles automatically return at the end of the lending period.

How does it work? To use OverDrive, students browse our secure custom website, borrow books with their student computer login information, and enjoy anytime, anywhere on a computer, tablet, smartphone or eReader.

Whether a student’s interest lies in study guides, classics for required reading, or the latest popular juvenile or young adult fiction, they can find it all in the digital collection through OverDrive.

 

 

September Students of the Month Honored for their Respect

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Lizbeth Alvarado and Riann Joel

“...give yourself permission to change your world and others around you, in a positive way, with love and respect.” 
― Tasha Hoggatt

September students of the month were announced on October 6th.   These students were selected by their teachers for being respectful.  The student’s names were read, there were students in the hall giving high fives to all the winners.  It was really crazy!  These students obeyed the rules of the school, helped other students with their work and didn’t get tickets for bad behavior.  Congratulations to all these Students of the Month for being respectful.

Preschool – Felix Brown and Scarlett Perez

Kindergarten – Kylie Bingham, Tillman Yama and Jenna Sorenson

1st grade – Tavin Bussio, Caleb Harper Audrey Tolman, Grace Coon, and Tony Bakker

2nd grade – Davin Wilson, Myra Andrew, Emma Anderson, Ryland Fratto, Ava Rigby and Serenity Elmer

3rd grade – Alexa Burton, Isaac Jaussi, Cameron Rigby, Vivi Shmidt, Becca Hine, and Jax Haveron      

4th grade – Irie McClellan, Jesus Lopez, Kaylee Fratto, Kaleb Smith, Addison Alexander and Nick Dansie   

5th Grade – Lizzie Jensen, Jakobie Jacobson, Colby Rigby, Emma Chapman, Jake Wheeler, and Sadie Barben

6th grade – Curtis Tolman, Zachary Oryall, Tanner Goodworth, Alayna Burton, Carter Swensen and Hannah Hinton   

 

 

Parent Meeting for Students with Special Needs Announced

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Heidi Whittaker

Don't let IEP and 504 Meetings scare you!  The meeting will be held on October 8th at 7:00 at the CTE Building 350 S. Main in Spanish Fork, and will address ways to prepare for these meetings.  Prizes and handouts will be provided.  Parents only, please.