Nebo School District is pleased to announce their new mobile app designed specifically to keep families better informed and connected to what’s going on in our schools. The new Nebo School District mobile app is available for both Apple and Android devices. The app will deliver real time school news to a smart-device for fast, up-to-date access. The app will feature: The latest district and school news, push notifications about breaking news, closures, weather, events, and more, photos from school events, maps with school locations, phone numbers, and staff information. Click on the picture for instructions on how to install it on your mobile device today!
Choir meets on Mondays right after school from 2:30-3:30. Boys and girls grades 2-6 can be in the choir. They will perform for the school during the day sometime in May and on April 30th at 7:00 pm for family and friends. To help the choir be as incredible as possible, it is important for memebers of the choir to come to all rehearsals and to be respectful to all other choir students and the choir director Miss Diana. Uniforms for choir performances is a choir shirt and plain dark blue or black pants. The choir shirt does not change from year to year. The cost of the choir shirt is $5.00.
If you are interested in being in Park View's after school Choir, please fill out the form (found in the school office) and pay $5.00. Miss Diana is excited to sing with you and has some really fun songs planned!
Park View is filled with fantastic faculty and staff. We want you to get to know us a little better, both personally and professionally!
This is the first part of an ongoing series we will be doing highlighting the different teams at Park View. So, without further ado, meet our 6th grade team: Carrie Van Nosdol, Tori Lewis, and Jodi Mantilla
Before Christmas break, students that had good behavior during the term had the privilege of enjoying Payson High’s production of the hilarious movie, Elf. Payson High did a wonderful job at singing, dancing and getting everyone in the Christmas spirit! It was a reward for students for sure.
Thank you Payson High for putting on an amazing production!
Each month students are given a reading sheet. Each night the students read, they or their parents initial a box. When students turn in their sheets, their name is put into a drawing for each row they fill up.
This year, Mrs. Stirland drew 6 names from each grade level. Once a name was drawn they were given the chance to spin the prize wheel, which included: king sized candy bars, class pizza parties, Sip-N gift cards, root beer floats, and money!
Congratulations to the students that won, it really does pay to read!
Utah Opera came to Park View and taught about the four different voice ranges: bass, mezzo, soprano, and tenor. The opera singers put on several different skits that accompanied different opera pieces, their voices were incredible! The assembly was made possible due to the POPS program of Utah (Professional Outreach Programs in the Schools)
Thanks Utah Opera for educating us on the amazing art of opera!
Today, students of Park View had the privledge of standing amoung heros. Veterans that are related to Park View students and faculty were honored in a special Veterans Day assembly. The assembly was opened by a flag ceremony, The Pledge of Alligence, and the national anthem sung by Zoe Stevenson, Wyatt Alexander, Emma Anderson, and Gracie Morton. The fifth grade students helped everyone feel patriotic with songs about military and America. The veterans and their relatives stood as their heroic story was read aloud. Afterwards, they were given an American flag pin as a "thank you for your service" gift. Lastly, veterans and their families were celebrated with a victory lab around the school.
We want to thank all men and women who have served in the military, we appreciate you, we love you, and we stand proud to be Americans.
Our school has implemented the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. These habits have created a culture of empowerment based on the idea that every person can be a leader. Students are developing their whole person- through mind, body, heart and spirit. Each habit teaches critical thinking, goal setting, listening and speaking, self-directed learning, presentation-making and the ability to work in groups.