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November Bulletin

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Our first quarter is under our belt and we are operating with a fluctuating enrollment of 335-353 students.  Our staff continues to work diligently to provide your child with a quality education.  We still need your assistance in communicating to your child the importance of returning electronic devices with chargers, completed homework assignments, planners being signed, daily attendance, following all school rules, and participating in all school and class activities.  “Children can only learn if we all work together” TEAM!!!!  Thank you for your continued support.  Please remember we are still reaching out to our parents who may have missed your child(s) Parent-Teacher Conference, this is an effective way of communication and as a school, we strive for 100% completion.  It is imperative that we are able to share the progress of your child.

ATTENDANCE

It is imperative that we as a TEAM continue to strive for our goal of 95 % daily attendance our attendance for the month of October was 82.60%.  We are aware that illnesses will occur and that in the best interest of all students there will be times that keeping your son/daughter at home is necessary, but please make an effort to have your child attend.  Students can only learn if they are in attendance and are allowed to be exposed to instruction, which increases student achievement.  Please make sure that if your son/daughter is ill that you call the office by 9:30 a.m. each day they are absent.  Failure to do so will result in an unexcused absence.  For the first quarter, we would like to report an 82.60% attendance rate. Keep up the great work and remember our goal is 95 % for monthly attendance.  Kudos to our fifth-grade students they had an 84.32% attendance rate!

PARENT/GUARDIAN VISITATION

Please continue to assist us in making sure our school is a safe environment by checking in with the office and filling out the log as well as getting your visitor’s pass.  We want to ensure our students that everyone in the building is accounted for and encourage visitors/volunteers, unfortunately, we cannot have parents visiting the classroom due to CDC guidelines.
  

SCHOOL HOURS

We need your help!  We have no morning supervision on the school grounds prior to 7:35 a.m.  Staff members on duty will direct our students to line up at their designed grade-level areas and students are not to be playing on the equipment.

 
PARENT DROP OFF AND PICKUP

Please continue to assist us in our efforts of providing our students with a safe pathway to school.  We ask that you utilize 9th street heading west as your drop off and pick up areas and utilize 10th street heading east as your drop off and pick up areas. We have had several close calls in regard to students/parents being struck by moving vehicles.  Our police department will patrol school zone areas and will strictly enforce all traffic laws.

NO SCHOOL- NOV.  23– 27 (THANKSGIVING BREAK)

We will be acknowledging Thanksgiving break November 23-27, please enjoy your family time.  School will resume on November 30, 2020. 

MEDICATION

Students are not allowed to bring any medications to school in accordance with medication laws.  If students are in need of medication during school hours, parents must pick-up the necessary forms in the office and have them completed by a physician prior to bringing medication to school.  This includes cough drops.

Park View Boosters

KUDOS to our Park View Booster members who worked diligently to make our fundraiser a success!  We would like to commend all for the team effort, Thank You! Our Park View Booster Club is about supporting our mission and working on ways that parents can get involved and become part of the Park View Elementary Community.  We would like to encourage all of you to join and assist in providing our students with opportunities and experiences.  Our next meeting is scheduled for November 13, 2020, from 7:00-7:30 a.m. in the Media Center.  

PBIS/ATTENDANCE SHOUT OUT!!!!

I would like to give a big shout-out to the Pueblo Police Department as they were our community sponsors for our Strider Balance bikes that promote bilateral proficiency which has both the left and right brain functioning.

REMINDERS

  1. Students are not allowed on the premises prior to 7:35 a.m. There is no morning supervision.
  2. All visitors are welcome, please sign in at the office and pick up a visitor’s pass.
  3. Please remember that students need to have tennis shoes in order to participate in P.E. classes.
  4. Please remember shorts are not allowed during the second and third quarters of school due to inclement weather.  Please make sure your students dress accordingly.

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

November 2020

 4:       (DAC) District Accountability Committee Mtg @ 5:30 pm virtually

10:      Pictures (Individual) In-person students only at this time.                                      

18:      Progress Reports (viewed on parent portal)

23-27:  Thanksgiving Break (NO SCHOOL)

                        

NEU Quote:  Make the family Proud!!!!!!!