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. If you are interested in applying for the 2014-15 school year please check back after November 1, 2013, for the 2014-15 lottery application.
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
Thursday, May 23rd at 9:30am
The Roseville Police Department has given us permission to cover the No Parking signs on the east side of Grotto from 9-noon with the following stipulations:
Please be sure our guests:
- DO NOT block driveways or mailboxes.
- DO NOT park within 10 feet of fire hydrants.
- DO NOT park more than 12 inches from the curb.
- DO NOT park within 30 feet of an intersection
Once our time has expired (noon), we will remove all parking sign covers.
Please be considerate of our Grotto neighbors and avoid blocking mailboxes and garbage cans.
Also, DO NOT park in RESERVED parking spots in the parking lots.
State History Day Success!
Congratulations to all 16 Parkview students who competed at the State History Day event on May 4th! They all did a tremendous amount of work to make it to the state level of competition.
Olivia DiGiorno won first place at the state event for her paper: "On The Brink: Nuclear Warfare in the Cuban Missile Crisis". Olivia will be representing our state at Nationals in Washington, D.C. in June.
Nicholas Behrens won third place for his exhibit: "Theodore Roosevelt’s Crusade for Conservation."
Ben George won the Exploration Award for his project: "The Conquest of Granada."
Eileen Schrot and Grace Smith won the Global Studies Award for their project: "The Red Decade: Reinventing Culture in China."
Honorable Mention medals went to Noah O’Donnell-Hoff, Rose Wagner, Heather Knutson, Naomi Boehm, Grace Smith, Eileen Schrot, Ben George, Hannah Distad and Ellie Peine.
Parkview History Teacher Erin Anderson was honored with the 2013 Junior Division Minnesota History Day Teacher of Merit Award. She is the Patricia Behrings National History Day Junior Division nominee for the State of Minnesota.
Congratulations to all!
Grade 5 Students place in Regional Math Masters
Three teams of fifth graders competed in the Regional Math Masters of Minnesota Challenge at Capital Hill School in St. Paul on Friday, April 26.
The team of Nathan Behrens, Bella DiGiorno, Trisha Haugen, Andre Hodder, and Gabby Orman took 2nd place.
Fact Drill Competition: Natalie Ku placed 3rd and Gretchen Tran placed 17th.
Individual Problem Solving: Andre Hodder placed 7th, Trisha Haugen placed 10th, Gracie McClure placed 14th and Nathan Behrens placed 17th.
Thirty-five teams with over 160 individuals competed in this meet. Math Masters is designed to promote excellence in critical thinking skills and problem-solving abilities as well as provide recognition to students for academic effort and achievement.
Roseville Student is Winner of
State Human Rights Essay Contest
Nicholas Behrens, Parkview 8th Grader, is the 2013 League of Minnesota Human Rights Commissions Essay Contest winner. Roseville Student ROCKS! Click here to read his essay (pdf).
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1-17 - MAP Testing Gr 2-8
6 - Teacher Appreciation Day/Week
6 - PTSA Meeting 6:30 pm
9 - Author Holly Black Meeting with gr 5-8
12 - Mothers' Day
14 - Newsletter Deadline - Please send articles to: PCS-Update@isd623.org
14 - Shavou'ot Begins at Sundown
16 - Shavou'ot Ends at Sundown
16 - Site Council Meeting 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
17 - SPIRIT DAY: Mismatch Day
18 - Gerten's Plant Sale pick-up 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
19 - St Paul Saints game 1:05 pm St. Paul Saints Ticket Order Form
23 - PEACE Assembly and Field Day Gr K-8 (Field Day rain date is 5-31-13)
24 - No School K-12 Teacher Workshop
27 - Memorial Day
27 - No School - Staff & Students K-12 (Memorial Day Holiday)
28-31 - E (Environment) week for PEACE
31 - Field Day Rain Date
PCS PTSA Direct Appeal
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.
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.
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...