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Made it by a Hair

Last month, Park students were challenged to read 180,600 minutes during the month of March in connection to the Champions Challenge Rodeo.  

Our little Panthers made it by a hair with 181,000 total minutes read.  As part of the challenge, Mr. Kay, Mr. Gull, Mr. Talbot, Mr. Glenn, and Mr. Hales agreed to let students shave their heads or beard.  Needless to say, we have a few bald teachers walking the halls of Park School.

Seven lucky students also won tickets to the Champions Challenge Rodeo next month, two students won a pair of Justin Boots.

March Victory Assembly

Photo by Adam Gull

The following students earned Victories during the month of March:


Dakota Payton, Tierra Corbett, Kenslee Burnette, Levi Christley, Rylee Matthews, Ava Taylor, Preston Johnson, Jasmin Matute, Cohen Terry, Alyce Archuleta, Chloe Hansen, Trevor Miller, Hailey Christensen, Kelly Shoemaker, Talon Larsen, Savannah Stauffer, Kenyen Randall, Jasper Butler

Language Arts

1st Grade Read-A-Thon

Photos by Bristi Poulsen

First graders in Ms. Poulsen's class chose to work for a read-a-thon as their behavior reward. They worked really hard through part of February and March to earn this reward.   Nice job Panthers!

Mrs. Banks Receives Classified Employee Award


If you've ever watched a NASCAR race, you would be impressed by not only the cars themselves reaching upwards of 200 MPH, but the pit crew as well and everything that goes into running a successful race.  

Well, Mrs. Banks is our well-oiled machine that makes any stock car look like something you would see entered in a demolition derby.

Mrs. Banks has earned the Classified Employee of the Year Award for OUTSTANDING perfomance.  Craig Harvey from Horace Mann Insurance presented Mrs. Banks with the award.

Mission:  To Live; To Learn; To Lead

Vision:  We inspire our school community in developing academic and leadership skills by teaching "The 7 Habits," making connections throughout the curriculum, and involving everyone in leadership roles.  We serve each other, our families, and our community.  We achieve and inspire greatness.