Promoting Community Spirit
Our Hours for the School Year are:
7:35 am - 2:00 pm
Full Day Kindergarten: 7:35 am - 2:00 pm
PM Kindergarten: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
PCS Office Hours:
7:25 am - 2:55 pm
Phone - 651-487-4360
FAX - 651-487-4379
TDD - 651-487-4366
e-mail Attendance or call 651-487-4364
Please include: Name, Grade,
Reason for Absence, and
if ILL, List symptoms such as:
fever, cough, sore throat, upset
To schedule a tour: call or e-mail Kathy Farrell at 651-487-4381.
The Central Enrollment Office at ISD 623 handles all current and future enrollment at Parkview Center School. Read more about Parkview's enrollment system. Enrollment for the 2013-14 school year is complete.
Applications are no longer being accepted for the 2014-15 school year for ParkviewCenter School. Applications were due January 31, 2014. The lottery drawing will be held on February 10, 2014.
Central Enrollment can be reached at 651-635-1626 or e-mail them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Their Internet web site is: http://www.isd623.org/enrollment/.
E-mail us at: email@example.com
State FPS Competition
Seven teams, six individuals, and one alternate from Parkview Center School competed in the State Future Problem Solving Competition on Saturday, March 29, at Centennial Middle School in Lino Lakes. The topic for the State competition was Land Transportation.
- The middle level team of Sarah B., Daley T., McKenna H., Kailey S., Grace P., Maura H., and Danielle D. took first place in the Presentation of Action Plan (PAP) skits.
- The middle level team of Easton C-O.,Prajeth N., Avery N., and Kyle F. took 2nd place in PAP skits.
- Ryan N.’s Alternate team took first place in the middle level.
Congratulations to everyone!
Parkview Students Place at
Annual Math Contest at St. Cloud State University
On Thursday, April 3, 27 seventh and eighth grade students from Parkview Center School competed in the 47th Annual Math Contest at St. Cloud State University. Eight-hundred-fifty-seven 8th graders from 39 schools and six-hundred-forty-five seventh graders from 32 schools participated in the competition.
Steven B and Eliza R placed in the top 5% of 7th graders, taking 10th and 21st places.
Andrew S, Easton C-O, Jesse A, Nathan H, and Ming Yu C all placed in the top 5% of 8th graders, taking 5th, 16th, and 29th (3-way tie) places.
The 8th grade team took 3rd place.
Congratulations to Regional History Day students!
On Saturday, March 29th, 19 students represented Parkview at the regional History Day competition in St. Cloud. They all did a phenomenal job representing our school with their hard work. A special congratulations to the following students:
- Gabe H, Delia R, Jonah B, Ashley N, Douache Y, Ethan B, Jonas K, Elizabeth B, Ben M, Sean L, and Hannah W metaled and will be going on to the Minnesota State History Day competition in May.
- Honorable Mention awards went to: Paige F, Ireland S, and Megan Z.
We are proud of all of our students for their hard work and willingness to participate in the regional competition. Good luck to those heading to the state competition!
Hot Mama Shopping Event is May 4, 2014, 6-9 pm
Hot Mama at Rosedale Center is sponsoring a Parkview Center School event. 15% of all purchases will be donated to parkview. If you plan to attend, please click on this link (http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409044CA5AA2EAA8-hotmama) for planning purposes.
For information on school closings due to extreme cold or snowy conditions, please tune in to the local media. Announcements of closings will be posted on Roseville Area Schools' home page http://www.isd623.org.
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Upcoming Events (Highlights)
Check out our PCS Calendar for a listing of all (including Music) upcoming events
8-30 - MCA Reading and Math Testing Grades Gr 3-8 (see Bi-Weekly for specifics)
16 - PCS Spirit Day - Crazy Sock Day
17 - Site Council Meeting 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
18 - Good Friday
18 - No School - Staff & Students K-12
20 - Easter - NO ACTIVITIES
21-25 - Whole School Read Aloud of Flora and Ulysses by Kate DiCamillo
22 - Earth Day
22 -Passover Ends
26 - ECFE Stuff Sale
28 - Holocaust Remembrance Day
29 - PCS Spirit Day - Opposite Day
Parkview PTSA is Counting on You!
PCS PTSA Direct Appeal
The Parkview Center School PTSA Direct Appeal is still underway! Donations for the 2013-2014 school year will be accepted until June 30, 2014. The giving form at the link below includes space to share your ideas for funding. Even if you choose not to give this year the PTSA is interested in this valuable feedback. Thank you to all who have already donated!!
Parkview's continuing excellence relies on the financial contributions of everyone in the Parkview community. Instead of fundraising through candy/magazine/wrapping paper sales, Parkview PTSA appeals directly to parents and friends of the school. Your gift, in any amount, is much appreciated and helps support excellence at Parkview.
Together, we hope to raise more than $16,000.00 for Parkview Center School this school year. Your gift will help PTSA fund important programs like:
- Teacher Grants for classroom materials and activities
- Excellence Activities such as Future Problem Solvers and History Day
- Coordinating Volunteers
- Crisis Fund for Students in Need
- Technology Updates
You can give online at GiveMN.org:
If you'd rather give by check or pledge, here's a link to a downloadable giving form:
Thanks, as always, for all the different kinds of support you give to your children and the whole school community.
Kristen Smith Olson, Principal
Parkview Center School
OPT OUT of Receiving a Paper Copy
We are using a “green” approach” to distributing the PCS-Update (school newsletter). Rather than sending the newsletter home via backpack mail to the Youngest/Only child in the family, we are posting the newsletter online. The PCS-Update web site is: http://roseville.mn.schoolwebpages.com/PCSUpdate/
Parkview Center School is a Roseville K-8 school of choice valuing High Achievement through Imagination, Innovation and Teamwork.
As an innovative school pursuing high achievement, PCS staff is committed to:
- Challenging ourselves to achieve the highest academic standards using current research and data in addition to piloting new programs
- Developing professional learning communities to improve student achievement
- Implementing multiple instructional strategies to meet the needs of our diverse learners
- Connecting students within classrooms, across grade levels and throughout the school to further develop a supportive learning community
- Developing meaningful student/teacher relationships to maximize student potential
- Implementing a K-6 exploratory Spanish language and culture program and a grade 7-8 Spanish language program
We are committed to ensuring an equitable and respectful experience for every student, family, and staff member regardless of: gender, home or first language, ability, race, age, socioeconomic status, religion, sexual orientation, national origin.
As citizens of the world, the Parkview community will:
- Welcome all families within our diverse community and beyond our district boundaries
- Respect the voices of all students, staff and parents
- Embrace the PEACE Program by promoting and encouraging Peace, Equity, Action, Community, and the Environment through our Environmental Education Program
- Parents and community members add tremendous value to the overall Parkview school program
- Volunteers provide support for classroom learning, special events, and field trips; and for projects at all levels
- We encourage student involvement in the community and community involvement in our school
Parkview has been designated by the US Department of Education as a 2010 Blue Ribbon School in the category of High Performance. We are one of only 304 public schools awarded Blue Ribbon status in 2010. Read More...