September Students of the Month

Submitted by jessie.olsen on Tue, 10/18/2011 - 16:56

Park View Elementary students were honored at an assembly this past week for outstanding character, academic performance, and attitude. The third grade students presented a skit reminding the school about the importance of using good manners. The audience was able to participate when the third-graders held up signs saying “boo!” or “cheer” during their skit. The students of the month are listed below:

Kindergarten: Braxton Bills, Mataya Bowen, Elle McClellan, Trevor Wilkinson, Riley Peay, McKay Swenson, Hayden Bingham, Irie McClellan, Lauren Wilson, Haley Manning

Attributions
Jessie Olsen, Joann Kirk

Red Ribbon Week

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sat, 10/15/2011 - 18:09

Last week Park View Elementary celebrated Red Ribbon Week. Each class decorated their door with clever ways to stay away from drugs.The students and teachers loved dressing up for the different themes each day that reminded them not to do drugs.

Attributions
Jessie Olsen, Joann Kirk

Read for the Record

Submitted by jessie.olsen on Thu, 10/13/2011 - 10:27

On Thursday October 7th, students at Park View Elementary helped set a world record in reading. Students participated in Jumpstart's Read for the Record by being just a few of over 2 million students to read Llama Llama, Red Pajama at school that day. The students were lucky enough to have one of the school board members, Christine Riley, come and read the story to them. The kids dressed in red to celebrate (some even wore red pajamas), and they loved reading with Mrs. Riley.

Attributions
Jessie Olsen, Kristie Reynolds

Students Walk to School

Submitted by joann.kirk on Thu, 10/06/2011 - 17:22

The students at Park View were encouraged to get their daily exercise by walking or riding their bikes or scooters to school on Oct 4, 2011. It is an ever increasing temptation to play video games or watch TV before and after school and become sedentary. Some youngsters don’t get enough exercise to remain healthy. With these thoughts in mind, Park View Elementary organized a Walk to School Day. If the students chose to walk to school, they could earn extra recess. “Even if it is raining, I will walk to school.

Attributions
Joann Kirk

2011 Park View Storytelling Festival

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 09/25/2011 - 08:15

On Saturday, September 24, Park View friends gathered for their annual Storytelling Festival. This year’s theme was “Rock and Read.” Students were treated to exciting activities such as face painting, hayrides, karaoke, photo booth, the bounce house and of course, the famous Flusher. Each class was responsible for creating a basket representing their favorite book. Students gathered items to donate to their basket, which was then auctioned off to the highest bidder.

Attributions
Joann Kirk, Evelyn Ellsworth

Parent’s Homework Night Held at Park View Elementary

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 09/11/2011 - 20:00

 

“Do you have homework tonight?” is a question parents often ask their children. “Will you help me?” often follows.

Park View Teachers wanted to assist parents in supporting their children and give them tools to create a positive experience as they do assigned homework. Homework Night was held on September 8, 2011 to accomplish this goal.

Attributions
Mrs. Reynolds and Joann Kirk