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Pearl Harbor Program
Veteran's Day Assembly
Student of the Month
Ms. Melissant's Class Thanksgiving Dinner
Students and student helpers prepared and served a Thanksgiving feast for close to 100 people.
We are so excited to announce that we will be establishing a Moms Who Care room at Parkview School. The mission of this program is to help students achieve success at Parkview by meeting basic and essential needs. Moms Who Care is funded by donations and monetary, no salaries are taken.
We are asking for the help and support of the community and friends to begin receiving donations. Due to just establishing our room, we are in need of many items.
We would ask that donations be accepted on Fridays between 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. If this time does not work, please contact the school to discuss an alternative time.
Here is a list of items that we will begin to accept:
Cubbies/storage bins/baskets/clothing racks
Gently used and/or new tween/teen trendy clothing and shoes, including
*Shirts/t-shirts for girls and guys
*Hoodies/sweatshirts for girls and guys
*Jeans/jeggings/leggings for girls
*Slim jeans for guys
*Flannel shirts for guys
*Pajamas for girls and guys
* Winter coats/scarves/hats/gloves/socks/belts
*Tennis shoes/boots/flats/house shoes
*Hygiene items-shampoo/conditioner, soap, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, body spray
*Body lotion, make-up, nail polish
* Hand sanitizer
*School supplies/art supplies
*Snacks-cheese crackers, granola/fruit bars, goldfish, popcorn bags, ramen noodles, mac and cheese cups, juice boxes
Parkview School is extremely excited to offer this program to our students and promote individual/family success, and a successful community.
If you would like to make a monetary donation, please make to Moms Who Care and drop off to Parkview School.
To contact Moms Who Care send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Riverfront Museum Field Trip
Harvie spoke to Parkview students about Goal Setting.
Map to Success
Arts in Education
Band students performed at the Peoria Courthouse.
Good Behavior Field Trip
Student with good behavior throughout the school year were able to attend a Peoria Chiefs Baseball Game.
Bradly Ware- FBI Student Presentation
We are pleased that Bradley Ware was at Parkview School on Friday, March 3 to speak to our 5th,6th, 7th, & 8thgrade students. Mr. Ware talked with our students about Drug Awareness and about Social Media Safety.
Students who were top sellers in the Fannie Mae fundraiser were able to participate in a limousine ride to Firehouse Pizza for lunch.
Pearl Harbor Day
Veteran's Day Assembly
Beautify Parkview School
Student Council planted flowers around the Parkview sign.
Blue Star Circus Summer Camp
Parkview Drama and The Blue Star Circus performed "Another Dimension."
Dear Parents & Guardians:
My name is Steven K. Johnson, the new Principal at Parkview Middle School. It is my privilege and honor to join Parkview Middle School and the Creve Coeur School District #76. I am looking forward to an exciting year of learning and growing with our students and working with our professional staff and you, and parents, guardians, and community members.
My main goal is to ensure that every student is provided the highest quality of education possible in a safe and supportive learning environment. Working together as a team with our staff and parents, I am committed to helping every student achieve their very best. Every student at Parkview Middle School is valued and worthy of our best effort.
In order to accomplish this goal, we will be working in a “Proud, Positive & Powerful” manner. This manner includes (4) basic ideals : Attendance, Attitude, Academics, and Activities. I will be spending a considerable amount of time discussing and implementing these concepts into what we are already doing at Parkview Middle School. I sincerely believe that by adhering to the basic ideas embedded in these four concepts, our students will become well-rounded individuals and ready for the next phase, high school. When we, as adults and role models, also adhere to these concepts, our students will better see the value of these concepts.
I am very passionate about the middle school years. Most of my teaching and administrative years have been working with students and staff of this age group. This is an important and critical time of transition—moving from the elementary experience and preparing for the bigger challenge of high school. What happens during these few short years will have a lasting impression on their development and growth.
As we progress this school year, communication is very important. I want to encourage you to contact your child’s teacher if you have a question about your child’s classroom. If you have a question about our school’s overall program, please contact me directly. Again, it is my privilege and honor to join Parkview Middle School and Creve Coeur School District #76.
For Better Schools,
Steven K. Johnson
PRINCIPAL: Steve Johnson
SECRETARY: Samantha Smith
(Paul Nettles - 309.698.3601)
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