Proef, Tect, Tester, ho’ike. All of these words mean the same thing, TEST! It’s testing time! Here are some tips that can help your child do better on end of the year testing:
Go to bed early, have a good breakfast, study, be motivated to do your best, don’t be late, use the strategy called "two minute spill" (write down everything you need to know before you begin).
Give your child a healthy diet, and make sure that your child attends school regularly. We hope these tips help your child on the testing.
The teachers at Park View were treated with wonderful gifts provided by students, a luncheon provided by the PTA, and door decorations reminding all teachers of their care and service to their students. Thank you to all those who made this a special week for the teachers of Park View.
Third grade classes were able to come together for their very own Park View Spelling Bee. First, classes participated in a preliminary spelling bee in order to find the top three spellers in each class. On March 30, 2016 nine students showed their spelling skills in front of their parents, peers and second grade classes. It was a close competition and all the contestants worked hard to become the top speller. Ultimately, victors were; Jennica Chabot as our first place winner, Jack Willard taking our second place slot and Maddox Callister sliding in with a third place win. Great job third grade and congratulations to our winners!
For all parents and educators of children with disabilities in the Nebo DistrictJoin us on Thursday, April 14, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.Nebo School District Office CTE Building, 350 South Main Street, SF, UTAdults only, please!Back by popular demand: Perfectly Prevented II! Last month we focused on identifying triggers for problem behavior and discussed what parents could do to prevent problems at home. This month we would like to continue the discussion and invite those of you who weren't able to attend last month to join us! We will be following more on prevention AND will be adding "reinforcement" techniques essential to helping with problem behaviors at home!Taught by Michele Thompson, Nebo District Level Behavioral SpecialistThere is no cost to attend, pre-registration is requested and appreciated so we can have an appropriate number of supplies for everyone in attendance.Register online at http://conta.cc/1PZ4oWdIf you have questions about the Support Group Meeting or this class, please contact Heidi Whittaker, Utah Parent Center Parent Mentor serving families in the Nebo School District by phone at 801.228.8144 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The second grade students went on a field trip to the farm to learn how important farming is to our community. They experienced the farm with their five senses; seeing the sights, smelling the smells, and petting the animals
The fourth grade went on a field trip to camp Floyd, it was were Johnson’s army met. The students made candles and adobe bricks. They learned about the pony express. School was very different in the olden days. The boys had to sit on one side of the classroom and the girls on the other side. On the way back to school, the students drove the teachers crazy on the bus because they were singing songs at the top of their lungs. Sounds like a blast!
It's a bird; it's a plane. No, it's an egg! Fifth grade students were challenged to create a contraption to keep an egg from breaking after falling from the sky and crashing to the ground. They selected teams and went right to work engineering their apparatus and securing their egg.
Then they went to the south side of the school to drop their eggs. Some made the harrowing decent in one piece. Others cracked under the pressure.
The Penny Wars always gets students feeling competitive, but never more than this year. Mrs. Stirland made the goal to reach $3000 for the week to help purchase a new Chromebook Lab for the school. Little did she know that, not only would the goal be reached, but essentially smashed! The school earned over $5000 in pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. This is unheard of, folks! Mrs. Stirland promised if we reached our goal, she would be duct taped to the wall. Mrs. Ore agreed to the same challenge. Each student was given a piece of duct tape to add to the cocoon that was build around these ladies all afternoon.
Thanks to everyone who donated to this great cause; the chromebooks will benefit students for years to come.