March 2019

3rd Grade Grandparent Program

Ms. Poulson

The third grade students had their Grandparent Program today. Our students took their Grandparents  back in time with fun songs from different time periods. They did a great job, and all of their grandparents talked about how much they enjoyed the program. Way to go leaders! 

Proactive Paws

Mrs. Hatch

All of Park leaders can save their Proactive paws and use them to "buy" things from the office menu or from their individual teacher's menu.

Aryana Peterson worked really hard to save up 25 Proactive Paws. She decided to use her hard earned paws to have a picture of her and her friend Timothy posted online.  

Way to go, Leaders! 

Teacher Appreciation Week 2019

Alyse James

This week, March 25th-29th, is Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week!  We are so lucky to have such amazing teachers and staff who work with our students each and every day! Park wouldn't be the place it is without these incredibly dedicated employees. Feel free to show your child(ren)'s teacher and/or any staff members that work with your child(ren) some appreciation by writing a thank you note or any other way to show them you are thankful!   We appreciate your help in making this a wonderful week to show how much we appreciate our teachers and staff.

Walk More in Four

Walk More in Four

Walk More in Four, an annual walking and biking challenge for students K-8 across the state, begins April 8 and runs through May 4. Your school has a chance to win up to $500. Participating students will be entered to win bikes, scooters, helmets and more.

Students must walk or bike to school three times per week for four weeks to qualify. Those who live too far can compete by walking or riding within their neighborhood. Parents and students can use the Walk More in Four progress chart to record their activity throughout the challenge.

Art Gallery

Esther Cox

Park Elementary students collaborated together to make an amazing art gallery in the hallway for our Leadership Day presentation.  Mrs. Cox luckily caught a lot of their artwork because of her special assignment on the DART (District Arts Resource Team) committee.  

Term 3 Student Led Conferences - Thursday 3/14/2019

Ms. Poulson

Below you will find links to sign up for a Student Led Conference time.  

*Please follow the link for the teacher you need to set up an appointment with.

*You will notice some classes have scheduled appointments and some are doing it more open house where you sign up for a chunk of time that works for you to come in.

*Please sign up with your students name.

*Include your email address and it will email you a reminder 2 days prior to SLC's.

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.