January 2023

5th Grade Science Fair Projects

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Tue, 01/31/2023 - 12:37

Today we had the science fair in fifth grade! Our students went above and beyond in their projects. They presented their projects in their classes and to a judge. We are so proud of all the projects that were done. We learned a lot from them. 

Participants: Dezzie Bushman, V Ormond, Elly McDonnell, Hailee Beckstrom, Nixxon Park, Jaxon Bills, Kristen Collett, Olivia Green, Zak Fowles, Izzy Webb

We are excited to cheer on the projects at districts in February. 

Charla Andersen, Alison Snow

Spirit Winner

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Fri, 01/27/2023 - 10:54

Congratulations to Mrs. Pearson's class for winning spirit day today! They were so excited to have Parker join their class for this next week.

Natalie Pearson

Utah Food Bank

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Mon, 01/23/2023 - 11:30

The Utah Food bank will be here tomorrow, January 24th, right after school. This is an opportunity that is open to ALL of our students!

Spirit Week Winners

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Fri, 01/20/2023 - 10:41

This week, we had two classes tie for spirit winners! Congratulations to both Mrs. Pearson and Mrs. McBride's classes for having 81%  of their students wearing spirit wear today!

Natalie Pearson, Lindeon McBride

Preschool Information

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Thu, 01/19/2023 - 15:04

Its time to start thinking Preschool for the 2023-2024 school year! Please read further for some important information.

How is my student qualified for Preschool? The child MUST live in Park school boundaries and be given an screening assessment. Please call the school at 801-798-4045 to be added to the list and you will be notified when assessments open.

Class Information: 

3 year old class- Mondays- 2 hours per day and class size will be 15 students

Martin Luther King Jr. Art

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Thu, 01/19/2023 - 10:36

Recently in Leadership Academy, Mrs. Ray spent quite a bit of time teaching the students all about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and all that he did for us. The students were each given a piece of the puzzle and the same colors to use and when they put them together afterwards, they were able to create these beautiful art pieces for our hallway! Great job Park Panthers!

Angie Ray