October 2017

Halloween at Park

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The staff at Park had a great time dressing up for Halloween! Working at an elementary school on Halloween is THE BEST!

Happy Halloween!

Veterans Day Pictures

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Please send in pictures of your Veterans by Friday, Nov. 3. Please include their rank, if you can, and the students names that attend Park Elementary. Thank you! 

Halloween Parade

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We will be having our annual Halloween Parade tomorrow, Oct. 31 at 2:00 pm. The students and teachers will be walking around the block surrounding Park Elementary. We want to invite all parents and friends to come and watch. Please remember that masks and weapons are not allowed at school. We hope to see you there! 

Keep on (Tape) Rolling!

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Bristi Poulson

The faculty at Park Elementary loves to sharpen their saw! We have a new winner this year. Mrs. Bird kept the tradition of our new faculty having what it takes to win the trophy. Awesome Job! Thank you everyone for playing. This was Mr. Kay's last roll down Park's hallway, and he sure is going to miss these fun times. 

Ms. B's Explosive Lesson

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Aubree Bushman

Ms. B, our school counselor, has been teaching us about being proactive vs. reactive. During Lighthouse Leaders we learned what it means to be proactive, and that sometimes we have the choice in a situation to be proactive or reactive. Her lesson was followed up the following week during our Leadership Sendoff with what being reactive can look like. What a great obeject lesson with Diet Coke and Mentos. Thank you, Ms. B!

Park is Hiring Technicians!

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Have you ever wanted to work at our great school?  Now you can!  We are hiring overload technicians to work with our students and teachers.  If you are interested or would like to know more details please go to our district website nebo.edu and click on the jobs tab.

 

1st Grade

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Cristina Marshall

Our principal, Mr. Kay helped our first graders with an apple art project for Johnny Appleseed day. The first graders had a great time. Thank you, Mr. Kay! 

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.