Mindy Hardy is Park View's Crystal Apple Award Recipient

Submitted by joann.kirk on Fri, 05/08/2015 - 07:11

Congratulations to Mindy Hardy, Sixth grade teacher at Park View School and this year’s recipient of the Crystal Apple Award.

Mindy Hardy grew up in Woodruff, one of the coldest places in Utah.  She lived on a cattle ranch and enjoyed riding horses.  She helped her family herd and brand cows and did all the fun things you can do on a cattle ranch.  After graduating from high school, Mindy enrolled at UVU.  Earning her degree in Elementary Education, she was hired at Park View and has been teaching sixth grade for the past three years.

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Evelyn Ellsworth

CHADD Of Utah County Holds Their Next AD/HD Support Group

Submitted by joann.kirk on Thu, 05/07/2015 - 08:21

"CHADD" stands for Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder.  CHADD is a non-profit national, state and local organization dedicated to educating, supporting and advocating for those affected in some way by AD/HD.  If you are a parent of a child with AD/HD or you are an adult with AD/HD, then this support group is just for you!

Thursday, May 14, 2015 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm  at Provo City Library  550 North University Ave., Provo  Young-Card Room #308

Oh that Sweet Chocolate!

Submitted by joann.kirk on Tue, 04/28/2015 - 07:36

Chocolate comes in many forms, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, truffles, chocolate icecream, fudge; we could go on and on.  This week it is in the form of money for Park View to buy new Chormebooks.  One candy bar is $1.00.  Ask your child, grandchild, niece, nephew, or cousin about buying some chocolate, then enjoy its sweetness now, and later as the students use the chromebooks.  Envelopes with money and names are due on Friday, May 1st.

4th grade Go Back in History at the Hutchings Museum

Submitted by joann.kirk on Wed, 04/22/2015 - 07:31

Our fourth graders had so much fun on their field trip to the Hutchings Museum in Lehi.   They learned about some very interesting things like fossils of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals, rocks, native american , pioneers and famous outlaws.  This museum is so vast, it even has an exhibit on stuffed animals.  The students thought that the rock room was so cool.  They got to see their birthstones! Everyone learned so much and had a bunch of fun!


 

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Brielle Shirley