School Work Update

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Completed paper packets of school work drop off will be tomorrow, Tuesday, March 31st from 11:00 – 1:00 Please Park in the top parking lot at Peakview School. A staff member will come to your car to receive the homework. Please make sure it is organized into individual students work. Please do not get out of your vehicle. Thursday , April 2nd will be home work distribution at the same time same process. Thank you

Haunted Enchanted Forrest Carnival – Rescheduled for Thursday, November 7th 6 to 8 PM

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Peakview is not letting a lot of snow get our students down. Please join us for a Hauntingly good time on November 7th while we keep our traditions and celebrate our Annual Carnival that our students have worked hard on. We appreciate all of your support. Please join us!

Spirit Week Is Here!!!

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Peakview

 Spirit WEEk

2019

September 16th-21st  

Monday: Pajama Day!

Tuesday: Dress as your FAVORITE Teacher Day!

Wednesday: Twin Day/Hat Day!

Thursday: PURPLE & WHITE DAY!!!!!!!!

SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT!!!!

September Student and Staff of the Month

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September Student of the Month Newspaper

The following students were nominated for Peakview student of the month in September: River Armijo (Pre-K), Faith Marquez (2ndGrade), Charlie Bryant (4thGrade), Armani Sanchez (6thGrade), Orion Martinez (7thGrade) and Vanessa Driskill (8thGrade). These students were selected based upon their exceptional Panther Pride and promoting respect, integrity, determination and excellence.

Our Peakview teacher of the month is Tara Dotter, each and every day Mrs. Dotter helps her students be their best.  She is always ready to help lend a hand and we are so grateful that she is a part of the Peakview Team.

Additionally our local EMS team brought popsicles for Peakview students letting them know how brave they are.  We are thankful for the EMS team who assisted in helping our two students, Jadyen Ronquillo and Landon Eccher.