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Reading Week

Park View students and faculty had a fantastic reading week! The week started off with students switching classes, having the chance to hear stories read by different teachers and faculty. The stories that were read all shared the same theme of “Beeing Brave!” Some of the books included were: The Empty Pot, Henry’s Freedom Box, Max the Brave, Catalina Madeline Hoopensteiner Wallen, George in the Dark, and The Dark. Ask your child what their favorite was! 

The week continued with several fun activities; classes had the opportunity to win books and stuffed reading buddies, students could win five dollar gift cards to the book fair and on Wednesday everyone dressed up as their favorite book character. The highlight of the week was at the reading assembly, teachers were randomly put into groups and were instructed to create a skit that followed along with popular fairy tails. Boy, was that a treat! Overall, everyone at Park View Elementary gained a greater appreciation for reading and the adventures that await within the pages of a good book.

Good Behavior Wins!

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If you were to walk into Mrs. Barney's class you would see a class full of students on their best bahavior. These students have been working hard to save good behavior tickets to spend in their class store. Nice job Mrs. Barney's class, way to bee awesome! 

Classified Employee Award Goes to Shae Walker

Earlier this month our very own Shae Walker was awarded the classified employee of the year award! Mrs. Walker is our computer teacher. Everyone at Park View, teachers and students absolutely love her. She truly is an employee who goes above and beyond her job description. She has been with our school for over 25 years and really is one of a kind! Shae we love you so much and wish you well. Congratulations from all the Park View Bee's!

Kindergarten Registration

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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be held on March 14 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please bring your child with you to registration, as well as your child's birth certificate, immunization records, and your proof of residency. Please contact our school office if you have any questions. 

Chess Tournament

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Upcoming Chess Tournament for Elementary, Jr. High, and High School students on Saturday February 25, 2017. Click HERE to find out how to register.

Strengthening Families

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CAASA—Communities Acting Against Substance Abuse, invites you to participate in the upcoming Strengthening Families Parenting Program.The Strengthening Families Parenting Program is a FREE, evidence based, 12-week course that the WHOLE family participates in. Dinner is included! Click HERE to find out more information.

Sixth Grade Field Trip

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The sixth graders had the opportunity to attend The Christa McAuliffe Spance Education Center for their field trip on Friday, January 25. They viewed constellations, saved the planet "Astana" in a space simulation, and they attended a class where they learned about the size and distance of space. They had a great time and learned a lot! 

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