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2018-19 Final Trustland's Report

Submitted by shanna.stirland on Thu, 10/17/2019 - 13:21
Mrs. Walker

The 2018-19 Final Trustland's Report is complete.  It shows last year's plan for using State Trustland Funds for the greatest academic needs of our students, and how those funds were spent.  Many great things are afforded for our students due to the availability of this money. We are grateful to our School Community Council who assisted in formulating this plan.  We would love to have you read about it. 

After School Programs

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Mon, 10/14/2019 - 21:23

The second batch of after school programs are gearing up to start! If you are interested in having your fourth, fifth, or sixth grader participate, please sign up at the front office. Space is limited! See picture for more details. 

Stand4Kind Assembly

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Mon, 10/14/2019 - 20:59

As many of you know Park View’s theme this year is “Be Kind”. Teachers and students alike have been working a little bit harder to be kinder to one another. Students are going out of their way to do things for their peers, give a nice compliment, or lend a helping hand. 

Today we had the pleasure of hosting Stand4Kind at our school. Stand4kind is an organization that promotes being kind, anti-bullying, and suicide awareness. The band Foreighn Figures works in conjunction with the Stand4Kind organization. This band knows how to rock! They gave us an awesome show today and spoke messages of kindness, positive self-image and more. All the students at Park View left happy and with a renewed energy to be kind. 

To learn more about Stand4Kind follow them on instagram @Stand4kind and to hear some really awesome music with a great message and cool guys give @foriegnfigures a follow on instagram as well. And don’t forget, BE KIND!

Fall Carnival Volunteers Needed!

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Fri, 09/27/2019 - 09:50

Our Fall Carnival is right around the corner and we still need volunteers! If you are able to help out please click hereVolunteer Spots are scheduled for only about 30 minutes. In addition to the game booths we also need help managing areas like the food trucks and silent aution areas. Again, if you can give 30 minutes it would be greatly appreciated. Click here to sign up for those positions. 

Last but not least we need one more apprentice for our Park View Parents. This would be the perfect position for someone who loves to be involved in our school. They learn the ropes of what it is like to be a Park View Parent! Click here if you are interested.

We are so appreciative of all the volunteers willing to help here at Park View. We couldn't do it without you! Thank you!

Flu and Cold Season... Stop the Spread!

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Wed, 09/25/2019 - 11:46

We know the role of a parent can be difficult with trying to juggle sick kids and work, all we can do is our best. However, in order for all students to have effective learning the Utah County Health Department has listed some identifiers to help reduce illness for optimal learning. If your child is showing any of these symptoms, we ask that you keep them home. Let’s stop the spread this flu and cold season!

Constitution Day

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Tue, 09/17/2019 - 12:05

232 years ago on this very day thirty-nine brave men signed the U.S. Constitution. Park View Students honored Constitution Day by learning about the preamble and participating in a flag ceremony, they even got to meet George Washington himself! What a great day to celebrate our many freedoms.

Donald Davis Visits Park View

Submitted by samantha.jasperson on Tue, 09/03/2019 - 16:31

Donald Davis visited Park View today and gave the kids quite a treat! Donald Davis is considered one of the foremost storytellers in the country.  He has performed on PBS, NPR, CNN, and ABC as well as on some of America’s most prestigious stages including the Smithsonian, National Storytelling Festival, and World’s Fair.  Donald has recorded over thirty albums and written eighteen books. He joined us today from his home in Okracoke Island, North Carolina. He was such a joy to have at our school today, he touched the hearts of both students and faculty with his stories. Donald gave everyone a wonderful example of what it is to be a captivating story teller. 

Thank you to the Utah State Board of Education’s POPS Art Education and Professional Development Program, the Timpanogos Storytelling Institute and the Utah Division of Arts and Museum for helping bring Donald Davis to Park View. 



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