These five fifth graders went the extra mile this year in order to earn the prestigious Golden Bee Award. This is an award that can only be earned by Park View Fifth Graders. It required persistance and dedication to complete all of the requirements. All of these students said they were glad they stuck with it - even when it got hard. Some of the things they mentioned they enjoyed doing were interviewing a veteran, reading books from the book list and the service hours they gave to the school. Great Job Golden Bees!
Our fifth grade students were excited to show off their state research projects today. They've been working hard for the last few weeks, finding out all kinds of interesting facts about their assigned state. They even got to show off their state research projects to the different classes in the school! We really do have "Fifty, Nifty, United States". Way to go fifth grade!
Students in Mrs. Jasperson's third grade class are kind and encouraging others to be kind too! Check out the fun chant they made for our kindness qualities!
#beekind #parkviewbees #pvbees #nebohero
The year is coming to an end and what a crazy year it has been! Mrs. Baker's Kindergarten class has had so many fun memories together. Check out this cute video of their 2020-2021 school year!
Our student leaders will be selling Otter Pops for .25 cents on warm days through the month of May at lunch recess and afterschool. The money goes to fund our Park View Alumni Scholarship. Each year the student leaders participate in reading scholarships applications, and selecting a recipient. This year’s scholarship was awarded to Alyssa Gowans. This is a super cool project for our students to participate in. Get your Otterpops while you still can!
Payson City will be holding a 5k/1 mile Challenge on Saturday, May 15th. It begins at 8:30 am at the park across the street from the school. It's for the entire family! There will be a cash reward for the Payson Elementary School that gets the most participants. It only costs $1 to enter per person if you register online by May 12th and It's $5 the day of the race. This is a super fun event! We hope that you will help us be the winning school by registering online.
Tabitha's Way, our local food pantry is hosting a fun Read and Feed event on May 15, 2021 from 9-11! You can take your child to the indoor tennis courts at the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds to pick out a FREE book and get information about various summer reading programs the local libraries offer. What a great way to get kids excited about reading throughout the summer! Parents will also have the opportunity to sign up for free food assistance during the summer months! Make sure to check out the flyer and pass the word around to friends and family.
Last week the third grade students had a very special opportunity to participate in an arbor day activity! They were invited on a mini field trip to the park across the street to plant a couple of trees in honor of arbor day. Mayor Bill Wright was in attendance and told them that the trees being planted are planted in the name of veteran. The trees were donated by the one and only Olson’s Garden Shoppe! In addition to planting the trees at the park, two lucky students went home with a tree to plant in their yard.
Park View Student Leaders presented a $500 scholarship to Alyssa Gowans from PHS. Student leaders earn money each year by selling Otter Pops to put into a scholarship fund. They received several applications for this scholarship. With the names of the applicants removed, all of our student leaders read and voted on who they felt was the best candidate to receive this scholarship.
Jen Baker Is an amazing, fun, caring, creative, and dynamic teacher. She cares about each of her students and makes sure each child has what they need to succeed in her classroom and in life. Mrs. Baker takes the extra time to help the student who may be apprehensive about being away from their parents. She works hard to find solutions for the student who is having behavioral issues. If a student needs extra work learning a concept, she finds ways to help that student be successful. Even though she is part-time employee, she spends many of her own hours working in her classroom.