Papillion-La Vista School District

Parkview Heights Elementary Website!

Great learning opportunities are happening at our school every day!
Mission:  Doing what's best for kids
Vision:  Engaged students, staff and community
 
Important Dates
 
Aug 11             Open House/Safe Walk 6:00-7:00
Aug 12             First Day of School 11:40 Dismissal
 
 
 
Summer Reading BINGO Activity
          Parkview Heights is a community of readers!  We invite you to read with us this summer and see if your child can complete a BINGO.  Pick any of the reading activities to complete, fill out the needed information, and mark that spot.  These reading activities were designed by your child’s future teachers to help them get ready for the next grade level.  Please turn in your child’s BINGO card by August 22nd and your child will receive a coupon for a free mini pizza from Pizza West to celebrate his or her summer reading.  Any child who completes a “blackout” by completing all the spaces will earn a special prize.  If you lose your BINGO card, there will also be copies posted on Mrs. Nelson’s website http://plv.ishareinfo.org/cnelson/index.cfm?act=Documents&bid=53&id=6273
Happy Summer Reading!  We look forward to seeing you in the Fall!
Parkview Heights Staff
 
 
 
FUEL UP TO PLAY 60
Parents,
There is a healthy competition going on within the Papillion – La Vista School district.  The competition is to see which school is the most active.  This is a completely voluntary activity, the students are not required to participate, but are encouraged to get involved! If the student wants to be included in the competition they can sign up at school (some have already) or they can get online on their own at http://students.fueluptoplay60.com and create an account. 
 
If the child is under the age of thirteen, the website will ask them to enter their parents email address to get parental permission.  Once the parents have given permission the student will log in and go to “my account” and choose Parkview Heights Elementary.  Students can then track their physical activity and food group consumption on the site.  The competition is titled “Who moves more” and will take the average of days and activity tracked, to the number of students involved.   This competition will be starting on November 28 and will last until January 1, 2014.
 
The school with the highest score will receive a prize package from Fuel Up to Play 60 and other school district BEST partners.  This is a great way for all of our students to be active and represent our school.  If your student decides to be a member of this competition please help them remember to log on and track their daily activity and food group consumption.  Again this is a voluntary activity; we want the kids to want to do this!
 
GO PARKVIEW PANTHERS!
 
If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail:
Ms. Masker -  jmasker@paplv.org
 
 
 
 
 
The App is Where it’s At…
Want to stay connected to Parkview Heights? Do you want to know what activities are taking place today? Interested in your student’s grades or attendance? The App is Where It’s At! The PLSD has launched a new and improved District app. Download the FREE School District app today to stay connected!
 
The PLSD App Features:
·Calendar of Activities
·Attendance
·Lunch Menus and Account Balances
·Library Info
·Grades
·Sports Schedules
·Staff Directory
 
Once downloaded, parents can login to see information specific to their child(ren) and family. Parkview Heights families received their usernames and passwords at curriculum night on Tuesday, September 3. Each family will only need one login to view information on all children. If you would like to obtain your login information prior to curriculum night, please call the school.
 
Videos on how to download the app and how to customize it are available on the District website at www.paplv.org
 
Title I Handbook Information
Parkview Heights is 100% Title I for the school year 2012-2013.  Below is a link to access the Title I Parent Handbook.  The Title I Parent Handbook explains the services provided, program goals, parental involvement, identification and selection of students and communication responsibility of parents and staff.
 
A Recipe for Respect:
Being Responsible, Respectful, and Safe are the 3 rules we follow at PVH. The past couple of weeks we have been reviewing these rules and what it looks like and sounds like here at PVH. The students are doing terrific, especially towards each other. You can support our efforts at home by using these words to reinforce your expectations at home.
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