It's that time of year again, the darling kindergarten students get to show off for their parents at Mrs. Toelupe's annual Luau! Parents and students are always so excited for this fun party. The students get to perform traditional Hawaiian dances and songs. After which they serve their parents a delicious lunch. It truly is a treat for everyone!
The Crystal Apple Award is given to educators who show exemplary performance in their day to day activities. What is especially special about this award is that it is peer nominated. We are so excited to present this years recipient, Mrs. Bird! Mrs. Bird was formally a fifth grade teacher at our school. During those years she always went above and beyond with her students and her lesson planning. From fifth grade, she transferred to a different position within our school, and is now known as an ESSR teacher. Her specialty is teaching kids to read.
Earlier this week Park View students were delighted to hear Christmas stories read by our wonderful parent volunteers. Not only did the students enjoy the fun books being read, but were also treated to donut holes and drinks! This fun little activity sure did bring excitement throughout the school. Thank you to our Park View Parents, especially Alisha Rodriguez for organizing this festive event for our little hive!
Park View students were rewarded for their good behavior last Friday! Students were able to participate in the reward activity if they received less than three behavior tickets. We are proud to announce that every single Park View Bee was able to enjoy the activity! Student leaders and technicians ran a carnival where students were given tickets that they could use for both a treat and different carnival themed games. It was a great day for everyone!
PLEASE HELP US LET VETERANS KNOW ABOUT THIS! We are so excited to have the privilege of participating in the third annual Veterans Day Parade on Friday, November 11, 2022! This started as a Park View School Event and has grown into an event that all of Payson City enjoys. This parade means so much to both the veterans who join in the procession and our students.