Our future Student Leaders will be selling Otter Pops for .25 cents at school during lunch recess and after school as part of our Charitable Donation Fundraiser. The fundraiser will continue for as long as it remains hot outside. The money earned will go to a scholarship offered by the school to a high school graduate that is a Park View Alumni.
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A Disaster Shelter Live Tour & Preparedness Fair will be held on September 16, 2019, at the Nebo School District's Summit Center. The Red Cross will be setting up a shelter and will provide a free meal for the first 400 attendees. There will be preparedness classes which you can sign up for. If you and your family are interested in seeing what a shelter looks like, you may want to attend this fair.
For Nebo Parents--Uplift Parenting Conference
The Uplift Parenting Conference is the initiative of First Lady of Utah Jeanette Herbert. Five presenters will be giving Tips Talks. Presenters include: David Osmond, Brad Barton, Jessie Funk, Collin Kartchner, and Clay Olsen. Topics range from resiliency, addiction recovery, social media, and anxiety. Please see attached document for details.
Now that school is in full swing, we REALLY need parent volunteers to help us.
Our PVP (Park View Parent) group is in need of volunteers to assist with many events happening throughout the year. We know you’re all busy, but perhaps there is something you could help with. Please click on this link to go to the PVP Sign-up page of their website. You can see the different areas where help is needed.
PVP is especially in need of two parents to volunteer to be apprentice coordinators for next year. If you have time, and are willing to try, please consider signing up. It’s a great way to be involved in the happening of the school and to be involved in your children’s education. Just click here
Mrs. Walker and Park View Parents (PVP)
All Nebo parents are welcome to attend this free Parent Education Night on Monday, September 16, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. at Salem Hills High to hear from renowned Dr. Hendershott. He co-founded Hope 4 the Wounded and is a national speaker on the effects of trauma on learning and behavior.