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Snap came and taught us about being safe when you’re walking to school. They also taught us our road signs. They were really fun and they helped us learn about road safety. They also taught us safety on bikes and how to do a bike check. They also told everyone to wear helmets. Here is a rule when crossing the road, “Look left, look right and left again.
We want every Park View Bee to bee safe.
If you were unable to attend our Halloween Parade on Oct. 30, here are some pictures of the parade and activities of the day:
Under the direction of the PTA, students of Park View were able to participate in the Reflections Contest. The theme was "Let Your Imagination Fly" and our students did FLY. Here are the winners for each category and age group:
Literature Winners for 1st grade:
Thanks to Mrs. Adams and her team of experts, Park View had a very successful Red Ribbon Week. Students were reminded to be healthy, take care of their young bodies and not do drugs. Here are some pictures to show how excited the students are to make good choices. Way to go Park View Bees!
The Second Annual Fun Run was held at the beginning of October. Students have run their laps and collected their donations. Mrs. Gull said, ”I thought that everyone did a good job. I loved seeing everyone participating.” Avery Bulky said,”I think that I can do twenty laps. I love running!” It looked like the music really pumped up every one. Emeleo said that he was trying to earn twenty dollars. Vivian said “ I want to run 20 laps, and I really like running in this fun run with my friends!!”