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.
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 www.GreatSaltLakeBirdFest.com 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.
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.
Copy and past the URL address into your search bar. https://neboschools.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6X4tCZbDYw3MflP
Park View had a bunch of little old men and women walking up and down the halls today, in celebration of the 100th day of school! When a second grader with gray hair and a walker was asked how old he was he answered “I’m super old. I’m eighteen!” I think it’s safe to say that everyone both young and “old” had a great time celebrating the number and the day 100.