Thursday, December 11 – Grade 1 – Parkview Gym
9:00 am – Rakovetz, Peterson, Schwab, Tammaro
1:00 pm – Cochems, Davidson, Poppema, Tieberg
Friday, December 12 – All Grade 2 – Parkview Gym at 1:00 pm
Tuesday, December 16 – Kindergarten – Music Room 124
9:00 am – Zeidler, 9:45 am – Erickson, 10:30 am – Spelts
Wednesday, December 17 – Kindergarten – Music Room 124
9:00 am – Tyminski, 9:45 am – Lemieux, 10:30 am – Seppala
December 22 to January 2 – Winter Vacation – NO SCHOOL
January 5 – Classes resume after the winter vacation
January 16 – PTA Movie Night – FROZEN – 6:00 pm – Gym
January 19 – NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-Service Day
Registration for 2014 – 2015 is now being held in the Parkview office. Registration needs to occur at this time so the necessary number of teachers and student materials are ready for your child’s first day of school.
Note that in order to attend kindergarten this coming fall your child must…
*Be five years old on or before September 1, 2014
*Have up to date immunizations on file in our school nurse’s office when school begins as required by state law
*Have gone through an early childhood screening
Please stop in the Parkview office at a time convenient to you to register your child. If you have any questions, please call the Parkview office at 218-742-3801.
The Pennies for Patients fundraiser at Parkview Learning Center received a record -breaking total of $4,447.52 to benefit patients with leukemia and leukemia research. Mrs. Spelts kindergarten won the coin drive contest with a total of $531.09. They will receive a Dominoes Pizza Party to celebrate their efforts.
Penny the Pig was loaned to the school by Carolyn Peterson and the First National Bank of Mountain Iron Buhl.
Thanks to Mr. Kramer for organizing this fundraiser each year!
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
With the cold weather and icy road conditions, please drive carefully in the Parkview parking lot. All drivers, be patient while waiting to drop your child off. We do not want anyone to get hurt in the parking lot.
Please be patient and courteous to the other drivers at all time.
Mr. Krebsbach, Principal