Park View Elementary has been fortunate this year to have Doug Smith Subaru adopt our school. They love learning and love helping schools. They collected donations from their employees and customers to provide needed school supplies for our teachers, staff and students. Six of our teachers were granted $500 each that could be spent on items to supplement and enrich the curriculum.
First Graders collaborate with each other to build extremely tall towers! The students that work hard and use both the kindness and learner qualities can earn a fun Friday, where they can choose a fun activity at the end of the day. These kids love to build structures, especially when it is far bigger than they are!
Thanks to our PVP (Park View Parents) we have a fun new tradition. Each month students who have a birthday within that month get to eat with the principal Mrs. Walker! Students get to sit at a special VIP table equipped with decorations and treats. We think birthdays are a pretty big deal around here! Happy birthday to all the kiddos with birthdays in September!
Students here at Park View love learning with technology! Did you know that the donations you make to our school during school fundraisers help get technology into the hands of our students? Teachers are able to enrich their teaching and engaging their students through the use of technology. Check out these second graders using Chromebooks!
Our theme for the 2021-2022 school year is "Sailing For Success" We believe that when we set our sails in our learner and kindness qualities:
We will have a successful journey together! Let's sail away.
Mrs. Barney's class celebrated the Patriot's Day heroes by making wind socks! Aren't they cute?
Chances are you remember exactly where you were when you found out the Trade Towers had been hit. Chances are you still remember the feelings you felt. Today marks the twenty year anniversary of that memorable day. Let's all take a moment today to be thankful for the brave men and women that worked tirelessly to save all they could that day, but also for the brave men and women serving in our own community today.