Governor Pritzker has extended the stay at home order for the remainder of this school year. Schools will continue remote learning during the stay at home order.
Social-distancing requirements in effect during the COVID-19 pandemic have made a traditional in-person graduation impossible for the Class of 2020. The safety of our graduates, their families and our staff must come first. Instead, Parkview School will hold a prerecorded virtual graduation that will feature elements of a traditional ceremony, including special awards . Students and families will be able to watch a virtual graduation prior to students receiving their diplomas, which will be provided during a drive-through ceremony. We congratulate all our Graduates and their families and wish everyone the best for a safe, healthy, and happy Graduation !
Graduation Procedure Exercising Social-Distancing Requirements:
*Student & their immediate family encouraged to be in a vehicle; student to exit vehicle individually in their gown to receive diploma.
*After student receives diploma, student to proceed to designated area for 8th Grade Graduation Photograph.
*After student 8th Grade Graduation Photograph, student re-enters vehicle. Student & immediate family leave Parkview Parking Lot and are requested to drive to LaSalle School parking lot. At LaSalle School Parking Lot, student will receive 8th Grade Graduation / EPHS or PCHS Tee Shirt. After student receives 8th Grade Graduation Tee Shirt, student and immediate family exit the LaSalle School Parking Lot.
*Due to social-distancing requirements, cars will not be allowed to park on the parking lots at Parkview and LaSalle Schools. All vehicles to proceed to designated areas on an individual basis.
*Standing location of Graduates waiting in line to collect diplomas will be "marked" to ensure students remain 6 feet apart at all times. A safe path walkway will be marked for Graduates exiting and entering vehicles.
*Due to social-distancing requirements, no photograph with exception of school-provided photography is permitted. Family members can take photographs while remaining in vehicles. Parkview School will take pictures of all individual graduates & will provide the photographs free of charge to families.
*Due to social-distancing requirements, only staff, Board of Education members and Police may be outside of their vehicles while on the parking lots at Parkview and LaSalle Schools.
Final Packets are due Friday, May 22nd
Locker Clean-out and book return will be as follows:
May 18th (5th Grade)
May 19th (6th Grade)
May 20th (7th Grade)
May 21st (8th Grade)
Time will be from 12 - 5PM.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the playgrounds at LaSalle Elementary and Parkview School are temporarily closed unitl further notice. This step is being done in an effort to comply with CDC Requirments and to prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 Virus.
Parkview Yearbooks can be purchased at a cost of $16 by contacting Ms. Melissant (email@example.com)
LaSalle Yearbooks can be purchased at a cost of $14 by contacting Dr. Beckwith
Community & National Resources: Please know that you are not alone.
Parade through Creve Coeur
Creve Coeur District 76 staff drove through Creve Coeur letting the students know how much they are missed.
2019-2020 Plan B Bus Routes
(as of 2/24/20)
Bus 3 is absorbed into Bus 1, 2, & 4 routes
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OPTIONAL STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE
At Home Learning Tools for Parents
May 21st- Graduation Parade at 6:30PM at Parkview School
May 25th- No School; Memorial Day
May 28th- Last Day of School
There will be a parade of graduates on Saturday, May 30th at 11AM. This parade is sponsored by the Creve Coeur Police and Fire Departments. Chief King would like to begin the parade at LaSalle grade school and end the parade at Parkview. The event will serve to honor both the 8th grade graduates and seniors at EPCHS.
Substitute pay is $100 per day, after 10 days pay is $115 per day.
Medical Files –Requirements for 2019-2020 school year. All children entering school at any grade level (kindergarten through 12) shall show proof of having received two doses of live rubella and mumps virus vaccine. (MMR) Students entering Kindergarten, 6th or 9th grade for the first time shall show proof of having received two doses of varicella vaccine or other proof of immunity shall be submitted. The proof must come from the physician. Any child entering a school program below the kindergarten level shall show proof of immunization that complies with the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine. Remember also that all students entering kindergarten, 6th, and 9th grade must have a physical. Dental examinations are required for students entering kindergarten, 2nd, and 6th grade. Sixth graders must show proof of the Tdap immunization. An eye examination is required by the State for children entering kindergarten and new students to the state.
Please get your school and sports physical as soon as possible.
2019-2020 Bus Routes
(as of 8/14/19)