Outstanding Teacher Recognized at Park View

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Lois Lundgren was chosen as Park View’s Teacher of the Year by her peers. Lois is a master teacher, teaching for thirteen years, one year in Germany, one year in Arizona, 6 years at Spanish Fork Middle, and five years at Park View, where she currently teaches 6th grade. She takes her responsibility seriously as she prepares her students academically, socially and mentally for the rigors of middle school. She has wanted to be a teacher since third grade when her teacher told her she’d be a good teacher. She agreed. Lois is a devoted teacher and loves the variety of each day.

N.O.V.A. Graduation Highlights

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 If you were asked, “Which wolf are you feeding?” what would you say?  The sixth grade students at Park View would answer, “There is a good wolf and a bad wolf in each and every one of us, but we choose which one we feed, or which one we fuel. If we are feeding the good wolf, by doing good and making wise choices, then we will be good people, but the opposite is true if we are feeding the bad wolf.”

Mrs. Doxey

4th Grade Utah County Fair

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Can you name all the counties in Utah?  The 4th graders at Park View can.  They have spent months preparing for the Utah County Fair held on March 6, 2012.  They researched their chosen county, found interesting facts, wrote reports and created posters.  They also practiced songs about Utah that they presented to the students and their parents.  The participants lined the halls to present the information they found; everyone was able to take a virtual road trip through all the counties of Utah.  This activity was held under the direction o