BRAVE lunch!


Each month the students of Park View work on a different value, teachers keep their eyes open for students in their class and in the halls that are being brave and exemplifying that specific value. These students are then recognized over the intercom on Friday mornings and are known as our "brave" students.

In September students worked on being optimistic! 5 lucky "brave" students were drawn from our brave notes to eat lunch with Mrs. Stirland. They got to eat at a fancy table in the lunch room during their lunch hour. They had so much fun. We are so proud of our brave students, nice job being optismistic! 


Mrs. Shepherd's Class Characterization Book Reports

Jessica Jensen

Our book report this term, was to make a poster that made us look like the character from our book. We had a lot of good posters and characters. They were really cool and creative! We also had to fill in a paper that had more information about the character, like their problem and how they solved the problem. We had to draw a picture of what they looked like, we loved getting creative with our posters. We had so much fun with this book report and we're actually really excited to do another one. Now you know a little bit more about the posters hanging outside of Mrs. Shepher's class.



The Box Top War

Emree Hall

 Last week our school did a box tops contest. Each class brought in box tops and every day the student council would pick them up and count them. For every 25 box tops the class brought in they earned a  pokemon to go on their door. What ever class had the most at the end of the day got a small treat and the class that earned the most for the week got an even bigger treat!

The ending totals were:

  • Kindergarten: 891
  • 1st: 584
  • 2nd: 1,572
  • 3rd: 1,028
  • 4th:1,469
  • 5th: 2,103
  • 6th: 1,589


The 5th grade won with Mr. Broadbent's class bringing in the most, good job!




Hinckley Blanco

This is your time to shine by expressing, "what's your story?" You can do this by a simple dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, painting, drawing and other visual art (2D & 3D)

All reflections are due on October 28th. Make sure that when you turn in your art work you have your artist statement, which is all about your fabulous art work. Also, make sure you follow any rules that are required. You can go to the office for more information!

Last of all just have fun!


What Is Your Story? Reflections 2016-17


The reflections theme this year is...What is Your Story? 

We encourage everyone to enter, it is easy! You can pick up the necessary forms at the office or click the link below to fill them out digitally. Entries are due October 28, 2016.

We can't wait to see what you come up with, good luck!

Reflection Forms

  • Forms are listed below as attachements. Each project that is turned in requires;  

1.  An Artist Statement for their category,

2.  a Consent form, and

3.  a Student Entry Form.  

You do not need to print or bring the rules.  Those are there for your benefit to read! 

Entry Forms:



Community Helpers Part 2!

Elle McClellan


On October 12, 2016 I interviewed some kindergarten students about the community helpers that came into Mrs. Rife’s class. Professionals from around the community came in to talk to the students about their jobs. There was: a policeman, a firefighter, a dentist, and an ambulance driver.  They learned a lot, they learned what number to call if there is an emergency and they learned that they have to brush their teeth for two minutes at least twice a day. The last thing was the most important, they learned that they too have a job, it is to be hard workers and good students.



Community Helpers Visit Kindergarten

Colleen Rife
Dr. Joe Winward demonstrates brushing teeth to Park View's kindergarten students.
Deputy Sheriff Janda teaches Park View's kindergarten to call 911 when they have an emergency.
Firefighter Carl McClellan teaches fire safety to Park View's kindergarten students.

Kindergarten spent the week learning about community helpers. They had visitors from a local dentist, Dr. Joe Winward. He taught them that teeth need to be brushed twice a day for two minutes each time. Deputy Sheriff Janda taught students to call 911  when they have an emergency. They need to be able to tell them their name and address when they call. Firefighter Carl McClellan also visitied and taught students that if there's a fire, the first thing to do is to stay low and get out. We are grateful for all of our community helpers!