Park View students are showing Charity during the month of December by sharing stuffed animals, canned food and blankets or coats to cheer the hearts of their neighbors. They were able to collect 569 stuffed animals. The count is still out on the canned food and more information will be coming as students bring blankets and coats this week to warm souls. Thanks or your generosity.
“When we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”
― Maya Angelou
Teachers at Park View were on the lookout for students who showed Gratitude throughout the month of November. Congratulations to these students for giving, sharing and showing gratitude.
Kindergarten: Claire Hardy, Adri Hogge, Jenna Sorenson
1st grade: Ben Serynek, Lydia Fletcher, James Higginson, Sadie Edwards, Cole Ellsworth
At the Native American presentation we learned about how the Native Americans helped the early settlers survived. They showed us dances, taught us where each of the tribes live, and showed us pictures of how the chief dresses. We learned how Native Americans made chocolate and planted tomatoes and potatoes. They showed us a baby in a cradle board.
Teachers and Room Mothers used their creativity to engage Park View students in fun Thanksgiving activiites throughout the holiday season. Here are some of the activities seen around the school:
Under the direction of Mr. Broadbent, Mrs. Prina and Mr. Sueldo, the fifth grade students presented an informative Wax Museum of famous Americans who made a difference in our world today. They have been preparing speeches and posters, writing essays and practicing patriotic songs. They presented their speeches to the students during the school day on November 20, then informed their parent and family that evening with the knowledge they have gained. Quin Christensen shared, "I researched to learn about Henry Ford.