Please celebrate the excellent educators that serve our students at Parkview and Joyce Kilmer by nominating someone special to be Educator/Educational Services Professional of the Year for 2022-2023. Teachers, Child Study Team members and Nurses who have been in the district for at least 4 years and have not received this recognition in prior years are eligible to be nominated. Please use the list attached to click on the name of the individual you wish to nominate and submit the linked form by April 18, 2022. Winners will be announced on April 28th and recognized at the May 22, 2023 Board of Education meeting.
Our School Wellness Council is seeking your input to promote safe routes to school. If your student walks or bikes to Parkview School, please take a moment to complete the attached survey/s. The survey/s will close on March 31st. Thank you for your assistance. PV Walking to School Survey PV Biking to School Survey Please do not reply or message this Parent Square account as it is not monitored.
Dear Parkview Families, Welcome to the 2022-23 school year at Parkview School! Please reference the attached letters for important information regarding the upcoming school year. See you all September 6! Mr. Siegel
Parents and Guardians, As you know, your child and/or children recently took the MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) test. Your child's Student Progress Report has been uploaded to our student information system, Genesis. You can find it under the document tab. Please take the time to review your child's scores. Feel free to reach out to their language arts and/or math teachers with any questions. Be well, Mrs. Citro Please do not reply to or message this ParentSquare account as it is not monitored.
SUMMER CODING CLUB The district will be sponsoring a club this summer to teach and reinforce coding skills. All students entering grades 6-8 are welcome. Club will be held via Google Classroom Tuesday’s and Thursday’s July 5th through July 28th 1:30-3:00 pm There is no fee to attend this club. To register please complete the form below by Monday June 27th. https://forms.gle/UQzVDqBnz5VhA1b78 Space is limited.
SUMMER KEYBOARDING CLUB The district will be sponsoring a club this summer to teach and reinforce keyboarding skills. All students entering grades 2-5 are welcome. Club will be held via Google Classroom Tuesday’s and Thursday’s July 5th through July 28th 12-1:30 pm There is no fee to attend this club. To register please complete the form below by Monday June 27th. https://forms.gle/cgUiwfgaaX5KHNvY8 Space is limited.
Dear Families, Please see the link below about Summer Reading suggestions and programs. If you have any questions please email Ms. Klinger ( email@example.com ) https://www.smore.com/fzq0k Amy Klinger Library Media Specialist Milltown School District Currently Reading: The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St. James
Parents/Guardians: I hope this finds you well and surrounded by your loved ones today as we grasp the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas. Our hearts go out to those families who are suffering through the shock and grief. It is times like these that coming together in unity has never been more important. Please be assured that our district has continued to adhere to high standards for safety and security. Most notably with the recent addition of Mr. Bobby Boston our School Safety Monitor, who is with us full time. We continue to work in full cooperation with the Milltown Police Department. In speaking with Chief Knelle this morning, he explained that there will be an increased police presence at our schools in the wake of this event. This is as much a show of solidarity and strength, as it is an additional precaution. Our teachers were provided with resources to assist them in supporting students in the classroom, as appropriate. Our full team of school counselors are well prepared to support the social and emotional needs of our students. Please reach out to your child’s teacher or our counselors, Mrs. Murray or Ms. Weintraub to let them know if your child is experiencing distress in the coming days. Certainly, as parents and guardians you also play an important role in talking to your children about these events. Below are some resources which you may find helpful: How to Talk to Kids about Gun Violence Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers Helping your children manage distress in the aftermath of a shooting Maintaining the safety and security of Parkview and Joyce Kilmer is a top priority, so that teaching and learning can take place in safe and welcoming school environments. Together we can and will continue to ensure that our school district and community are the very safest they can be. Thank you for your continued support and partnership in your child’s education. Yours truly, Dr. Stephanie Brown Superintendent