|Thursday, September 3, 2015|
Parkwood needs your help! Please come support our school by volunteering for the Back to School Bash/50th Anniversary Party. An hour of time will help immensely! We need help with Will Call, Concessions, Games and much more. If you could help after 12:00 p.m. on Friday, September 18th, we need volunteers to set up. We also need help after the event to take down the fair. Sign up now at this link in order to volunteer to help make Parkwood's 50th Celebration a succes: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0449abaa2aaaff2-back
|Come Help Parkwood Celebrate 50 Years!|
|Monday, August 24, 2015|
Parkwood Elementary will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a family and alumni event from 6 to 9 p.m., Friday, September 18 held at Parkwood.
All current and former students, families and staff are invited to attend. The event will include a photo booth, games and prizes, food (including popcorn, cotton candy and cake), face painting, temporary tattoos, bounce houses and a hula-hoop contest.
Presale tickets will be available soon via the Parkwood website. The PTA is also spearheading a 50th-Year Outdoor Commemorative Project. Those interested in volunteering or making a donation for the project should contact the PTA at ParkwoodPTA@hotmail.com
|Kindergarten Social on August 5, 2015|
|Wednesday, July 29, 2015|
If you have a child entering kindergarten at Parkwood this year, please come join us for the Kindergarten Social on August 5, 2015 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. You and your child will learn the expectations for the upcoming year and the students will have a chance to ride a school bus. This will be your opportunity as a parent to ask any questions you may have regarding your child's first year at Parkwood.
|Parkwood Says Farewell!|
|Monday, June 8, 2015|
Parkwood says farewell to Mrs. Neary and Mrs. Schweitzer as they begin their retirement. Both ladies have been Paraprofessionals at Parkwood for years and will be missed greatly. The two ladies dressed up (bottom picture) to walk the halls at dismissal time on the final day of school. Best wishes ladies for a wonderful retirement!
|Doing the Right Thing.|
|Friday, May 15, 2015|
Three students were nominated for the "Do the Right Thing" award by First Grade Teacher, Mr. Stoltz. Congratulations! Click here for more photos:Do The Right Thing.
Mr. Stoltz said that Ahmad moved here from Jordan in October and has worked so hard to learn so much. He did not speak any English when he came to Parkwood. You would not know that now . His English has developed at a great rate. He is also a reader now and has read and passed over 20 Accelerated Reading quizzes.
Jane came to America from Kenya in February of last year. Mr. Stoltz said that she struggled at first, but with persistence and determination she is now working above grade level across the curriculum.
Alivia helped a student who was new to our country from Jordan. She spent a lot of time helping him learn the language and to keep up in class. Mr. Stoltz asked everyone to help and make him feel welcome. Alivia went above and beyond.