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February 2019

Mrs. Hancock Needs Your Help!

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Thu, 02/21/2019 - 08:34

Mrs. Hancock, our drama teacher needs your help! If you have any solid color bed sheets (not fitted) that you are no longer using, Mrs. Hancock will gladly take them off your hands. She will be repurposing them as backdrops for different grade level productions. If you would like to donate, please drop off the clean sheets (top sheets only) to the front office.

Thank you!


Kindergarten Registration is Moving to Summer

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Wed, 02/20/2019 - 09:55

Kindergarten registration, traditionally held in March, will be moved to the summer and combined with grades 1st -12th. More detailed information regarding summer registration for K-6th will be sent out to you before the end of the school year.

Parents can prepare now for registering their kindergarten children by making sure they have a birth certificate and that their child is current on the following immunizations: DTap, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Polio, Varicella and MMR by the end of July.  

We appreciate your help getting the word out. Please contact our school office if you have any questions. Thank you.

Round of Applause for Mr. Broadbent

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Fri, 02/15/2019 - 15:39

Let's give Mr. Broadbent a huge round of applause and maybe even a standing ovation too! This dedicated teacher has been putting in countless hours to both our school and district science fair. He has taught our students how to be successful in science and has given encouraging words to all who participated. His love and passion for science is contagious. Thanks for all your hard work Mr. Broadbent!

Park View Science Fair

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Fri, 02/15/2019 - 15:31

The last few weeks Park View students and many others from around the district have been knee deep in SCIENCE! The science fair has been a huge success this year, we have seen some pretty amazing projects. There has been everything from how well laundry detergent works, to if a potato in your sock can really cure a sickness. Students first had to compete at a school level, and if their project had enough science to back it up it moved to the district level. Here is the list of students from Park View that were fortunate enough to move on to the district level.

Carina Sackley, Granie Morton, Avery Bulkley, Alex Mobbs, Hannah Davis, Skylee Craddock, Luke Fitzwater, Raegan Sevy, Clara Wood, Garrett Shirts, Davin Cloward, Zeke Andrew, Hiatt Carroll, Kyler Allred, Mary Hinton, Vivian Schmidt, Jessica Jensen, Maj Callister, Bosten Roseman and Madison Walker

Congratulations on all your hard work!


What's for Lunch?

Submitted by shanna.stirland on Thu, 02/14/2019 - 10:06
Mrs. Walker

Students at Park View love to be lunchworkers.  You might ask why. Well, it’s because they get to work with our fantastic head custodian and our wonderful lunch ladies, These ladies recognize that education is not limited to the classroom.  They have made the student lunch worker opportunity a time where students learn to love to serve our school. Each week they choose a student as “The Lunchworker of the Week”. They present each of these students with a small gift and lavish them in acclamations. We love our custodian and lunch ladies for helping to teach our students that working and serving others is a rewarding part of life.

Great Salt Lake Bird Festival

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Tue, 02/12/2019 - 13:48

The 21st annual Great Salt Lake Bird Festival is pleased to announce the 2019 Student Art Contest and Student Photography contests.  These contests are open to Utah students Pre-K through 12 grade and offer cash awards. 

The contest packets, found at contain guidelines, teaching information and an entry form. The featured bird is the Northern Harrier.  Art entries can be realistic or stylized.  Art and Photos are due in our office by May 2, 2019 by 4:30 pm.

Awards for the Student Art and Photography Contests will be given at an awards ceremony at 6 pm at the new George S. & Dolores Dore’ Eccles Wildlife Education Center at 1157 S. Waterfowl Way (1700 W. Glovers Lane) Farmington, UT 84025 on Friday May 78, 2019. All students and their families are invited to attend.

Right after the awards presentation, Great Salt Lake Bird Festival will offer a family friendly program featuring our Keynote Speaker, Rosemary Mosco – “Why Birds and Video Games have a lot in Common”.  Bring the whole family to enjoy this free family program.

For more information contact Yae Bryner at  for artwork or Desiree Werrett for photography.  Questions can also be sent

How Are We Doing?

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Tue, 02/12/2019 - 13:44

In an attempt to celebrate the good work happening in our schools and to identify areas where we can improve, we ask that you complete this anonymous survey once for each of your teachers and/or administrators. Please be honest, thoughtful and respectful in your responses. Thank you.

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