The Kindergarten students celebrated the 50th day of school in perfect 50’s style! They learned about the era through fun activities like drinking 50’s styled drinks, looking at pictures and listening to music, and they even did the hop and maybe some twisting and shouting too. Check out these cute kids!
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A HUGE thank you to everyone that supported our Fall Community Carnival! Thank you to the Park View Parent group for organizing such a successful event, we couldn't have done it without you! We hope everyone had a great time enjoying yummy food, playing games, and visiting with neighbors and friends. Check out the picture gallery to relive the fun!
Everyone is invited to the #savethekids free Parent Education Night sponsored by Nebo School District on November 5, 2018, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Springville High audirorium at 1205 East 900 South in Springville, Utah.
Collin Kartchner and Dr. Katey McPherson will lead a discussion on:
- Balancing screen time and device use,
- Protecting and cultivating our children's self worth,
- Devising a sensible family use of device plan.
You can find a list of four Early Voting locations or vote on Election Day at twenty-four locations found here: utahcounty.gov/elections.
These lucky kids had an awesome opportunity to eat lunch with the firefighters! These kids colored the firemen's picture perfectly and were randomly drawn as winners for this fun prize. The kids got to ride in the ambulance, talk with the emergency responders, eat a fancy lunch of hot dogs, soda and chips, and finally, they got to ride back on the firetruck. Thank you to the firefighters and emergency responders who spoiled them rotten!
The third graders had to make one tough decision. If you could only use one utensil for the rest of your life, what would you choose? Spork, knife, spoon, fork, or chopsticks. After they made their decision, students then had to write an opinion essay on why they think that utensil is the best. So, we want to know, what would you choose?
Walk More in Four, an annual walking and biking challenge for students K-8 across the state, begins September 10 and runs through October 5. Our school has a chance to win up to $500. Participating students will be entered to win bikes, scooters, helmets and more.
Students must walk or bike to school three times per week for four weeks to qualify. Those who live too far can compete by walking or riding within their neighborhood. Parents and students can use the Walk More in Four progress chart to record their activity throughout the challenge.
After the challenge is complete, use this form to submit the days walked or biked to school. Reports must be received by Oct 10.
To learn more, visit Walkmore.saferoutesutah.com
Park View is having a Fall Carnival and we want you, and all your friends to join in on the fun! There will be food trucks (Street Tacos Terricaso, Smokin Roadside Grill, Forge Pizzeria, Clark's Island Donuts), drinks, a ton of carnival games, and a silent auction. So, mark your calendars and talk to all your friends because the night is quickly approaching. The carnival is on Monday, October 15th from 5:30-8:00 pm. You will need tickets for this event so purchase them now! Early bird tickets are a little cheaper and can be bought at the front office no later than October 12th, otherwise you can purchase tickets at the Fall Carnival. Individual tickets will cost $5.00 (or $4 early bird). Family passes cost $20 (or $15 early bird).
This will be a night you won’t want to miss! Make sure you check our Park View website, Facebook, or Instagram for more information and updates as the date gets closer.
See ya there!