March 2016

My favorite Dr.Suess book

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 03/27/2016 - 19:13

Park View’s favorite Dr. Seuss books are Green Eggs and Ham, If I Owned a Zoo, Cat in The Hat, Hop on Pop, Butter Battle Bash, That was the kids favs, now let's ask the teachers! Some are Oh The Places You Go, McElligot's Pool, Wocket In My Pocket, Fox In Soxs, Star Belly Snitches, Horton Hears a Who, One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Green Eggs And Ham, The Lorax, And Cat In The Hat.  Hands, Hands, Fingers, Thumbs,     

Well That’s the favs. Bye

 

Attributions
By Gracie Spencer AND Claire Porter

Penny wars!

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 03/27/2016 - 19:11

Here it is again! The Penny Wars! And if  you're wondering what the Penny Wars are, then you have been lost! Well the Penny Wars are when all the classes each have two jars, a negative and a positive. Silver coins count as bombs/negative coins, pennies count as positive points! And whichever class has the most pennies, gets a pizza party. Second place gets a rootbeer float party! And third place gets popsicles. The reason for the penny wars, is to get more chromebooks and ipads for our school. Also we have a goal to get to $3,000!

Attributions
Evelyn Cirvantes,Zaylee Hiatt And Kate NielsonClaire Poter And Grace Spencer

The Spelling Bee!!

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 03/27/2016 - 19:01

The Spelling Bee was on March 16, 2016.  Each class chose their top 3 spellers who went to the school spelling bee. Here were the 3 winners.

  • 1st: Mackenzie Wall
  • 2nd: Lexie Mellen
  • 3rd: Maya Sorenson

 Good job to all who made it to the school Spelling Bee. Here are all the students who made participated:

Attributions
By: Lyndsee Slade

Third grade Mall!

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sun, 03/27/2016 - 18:56

The third grade had a Mall a couple of weeks ago.  All year long, students earned tickets for good work and cooperation.  They were able to use their tickets for items at the Mall.  Some kids were selling pixy sticks, painting fingernails, and shooting a nerf gun at Cooper and Gabriel.  Some of the teachers were buying sodas and other stuff.  Mrs. Jasperson’s favorite part was shooting Cooper and Gabriel with Nerf guns.

 

 

Attributions
Ellie, Colby, and Ashton

Ms. Van Nosdol Chosen as Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week.

Submitted by joann.kirk on Mon, 03/14/2016 - 07:27

Carrie Van Nosdol is a sixth grade teacher at Park View Elementary. She was chosen as the Daily Herald’s Utah Valley Educator of the Week. Ms. Van Nosdol is always willing to help staff and faculty members with navigating multiple technological programs, such as online math, reading, and science support. She actively researches the latest teaching strategies and shares those ideas with faculty to help improve student success.

Attributions
by: Lyndsee Slade

Park View Has Sole

Submitted by carrie.vannosdol on Wed, 03/09/2016 - 10:25

All throughout March, students can contribute gently worn shoes to help support Miss Payson's fundraiser for Africa. The shoes will help bring clean water, food, and educaion to people living in Burkina Faso, West Africa as part of the nonprofit Power to Become organization. To learn more about Power to Become, visit www.p2become.org. 

 

February Students of the Month Mastered the Trait of Compassion

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sat, 03/05/2016 - 11:53

“All I ever wanted was to reach out and touch another human being, not just with my hands, but with my heart.” 
Tahereh Mafi

 Another month has come and gone, and the students at Park View have mastered another character trait, that of Compassion.  Students found ways to show kindness and caring to other students and their teachers.  Thanks to all those who make our school great by being compassionate.

Reading Week Activities

Submitted by joann.kirk on Sat, 03/05/2016 - 11:35

During the week of February 29 and March 4, Park View Students celebrated Reading Week with many exciting events.  Each day, students rotated to various classrooms to hear stories of adventure, laughter and lessons.  On Wednesday, an assembly was presented with stories and fun.  Teachers became characters acting out the stories of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, and The Gingerbread Man.  It was fun to see them so animated as they got into their parts.  Students also dressed up as their favorite Dr. Suess character.