PEAK Award Winner- Jordan Millet

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Thu, 09/15/2022 - 09:32

Congratulations to our Park Elementary PEAK Award winner: Jordan Millet! Jordan is a huge asset to our school and is so fun to work with on a daily basis. We truly are so lucky to have him be a part of our school and all his hard work to keep us safe, protected and clean! 

Lana Hiskey

Student Teacher

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Wed, 09/14/2022 - 14:09
Mrs. Webb's class had some students be the teacher last week to show the class their rounding skills!! Mr. Smith was an excellent teacher!! Click here for the video.
Candri Webb

Student T-shirts

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Tue, 09/13/2022 - 11:12

Park Elementary would like to purchase a school spirit shirt for every student! We need your help to fill out and submit the form by Monday September 19th so we can place the order. If you have multiple students at Park, please only use the link that is next to each child's teacher as each form is teacher specific. Please keep in mind that we will do our best to accommodate each student's size but due to supply chain issues, we may need to size up. Thank you! 

Lindsey Hughes, Shauna Hatch

SLC Sign-ups

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Fri, 09/09/2022 - 12:42

Student Led Conferences (SLC) are coming up on the week of September 19-22. Please find the link below for your child's teacher to sign-up for a time slot. This is a great opportunity to meet with the teacher and see the progress that your student is making at school!

Mrs. Jones- Kindergarten

Lindsey Hughes

Spirit Winner

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Fri, 09/09/2022 - 10:23

This week's spirit winner goes to Ms. Davenport's class! They rocked the spirit wear this week and get to keep Parker the Panther again. Way to rock it 2nd grade!

Lauren Davenport

Vision Screenings

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Thu, 09/08/2022 - 12:34

Just a reminder the vision screening will be held at school on September 20th.  This will include a minimum screening of all K, 1st , 3rd  and 5th  graders. If we have time then we will also screen the 2nd and 4th grades. We encourage you to help your student remember to make sure they have their glasses/contacts at school for this screening, if applicable.  Parents and early care and education staff cannot always tell when a child has trouble seeing. Observation alone isn't enough. This is why implementing evidence-based vision screening throughout early childhood is important.

Lindsey Hughes, Kirsten Weber

Spirit Winners

Submitted by sheree.storrer on Tue, 09/06/2022 - 13:40

Our spirit winners from last week goes to Mrs. McBride's class! Congratulations on having the highest number of students in your class that wore spirit colors/wear last Friday.

Lindeon McBride