• The new technology was installed in the last 2 years. The curtains were installed in the last 3 years and the lighting is 5 years. The stage was built about 50 years ago.IMG_0796
  • There are switches that tell you how the lighting works.IMG_0800
  • The auditorium and the balcony were built in 1928.IMG_0803
  • The seats are about 50 years old.
  • The camera on the balcony works but, we don’t use itIMG_0804
  • Miastra Acousta and Ms. Young’s office use to be storage.IMG_0802
  • The PH sign on the auditorium is painted.IMG_0805
  • You control the speaker where it says house you can change the volumeIMG_0798
  • Mr. B thinks it is very good we have an auditorium.IMG_0795
  • Every 5-10 years the electronics get replaced.IMG_0797


Here are two PH school videos taken in the auditorium.



This is the Official book of Park Hill History.
























We’d like to add Tonda Potts (2007 to 20015) and Ken Burdette (2015 to Present) to the Principle list.






The Invisible People Around Park Hill

Did you know that there are people at Park Hill that no one knows about?

I was able to interview one of them. I interviewed the School Psychologist. When I asked other students if they knew who the school psychologist was or if they knew we had one almost all of them said no.

Well let me introduce Mrs. Kendall the Park Hill School Psychologist:


Summer Reads by Amelie

Here are books I would recommend for this summer’s reading:

  1. Wanderer by Sharon Creech (Anything by this author will be a good read.)
  2. Ice Dogs by Terry Lynn Johnson

    Image from Good Reads Site
  3. You’re Welcome Universe by Whitney Gardner
  4. Eragon by Christopher Paolini (He wrote this book when he was 15.)
  5. Orphan Island by Lynn Snyder
  6. The Chronicals of Narnia Books 1-7 by C.S. Lewis

Funny Binge Reading by Gennifer Choldenko

  • 9780142403709_p0_v1_s550x406Al Capone Does My Homew
  • Al Capone Does My Shirts
  • Al Capone Throws Me A Curve
  • Al Capone Shines My Shoes

Green Machine Winners

Here you will find videos made of the Green Machine Winner Presentations:

4th Grade Winner Elee and her All-Seasons Greenhouse


Attention All Readers

Begin saving your old favorite books for the Book Exchange.

The Book Exchange is the same days as the Park Hill Field Day, May 22nd and 23rd.

Hard cover books are worth 2 Book Bucks and paperback books are worth 1 Book Buck.

What’s a Book Buck you ask?

Well a book buck is library money. You can earn Book Bucks by bringing your used books to the library. You will receive 2 Book Bucks per hard cover or 1 Book Buck per paperback book you turn into the library for the Book Exchange.

All Exchange Books must be turned into the library between Wednesday May 16th and Monday May 21st.


use you Book Bucks to buy new slightly used books.

IMG_2037See you in the library.

Ms. Baldwin


Confusing Heteronyms or Homographs

                        Why it is so hard to learn English

    Do you know what these mean?

  1. The bandage was wound around the wound.
  2. The farm was used to produce produce.
  3. The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse.
  4. His expert use of a bow made the audience bow.
  5. He could lead if he would get the lead out.
  6. The soldier decided to desert his dessert in the desert.
  7. Since there is no time like the present, he thought it was time to present the present.
  8. When the bell rang, the dove dove into the tree.
  9. A bass was painted on the head of the bass drum.
  10. I did not object to the object.
  11. There was a row among the oarsmen about how to row.
  12. The chair was too close to the door and we could not close the door.
  13. The buck does a funny dance when the does are present.
  14. A seamstress and a sewer fell down into a sewer line.
  15. To help with planting, the farmer taught his sow to sow.
  16. The wind was too strong to wind the sail.
  17. After a number of injections my jaw got number.
  18. Upon seeing the tear in my new dress, I shed a tear.
  19. I had to subject the subject to a series of tests.

Green Machine Winners ARE

The following winners and honorable mention participants were selected by Mrs. Ando and Mrs. Baldwin based on outstanding imagination and meticulous thought to the design of their GREEN MACHINE:

1st Grade

Winner is Matthew Weisz for his Water Airplane.
Honorable Mention is Katie Trainer for her Water Recycler.

2nd Grade

Winner is Abel Nieman for Abel's Machine.

Honorable Mention is  Malahnie Reynolds for the Panther Pride Cleanup.
Honorable Mention is Margot Pepple for Factory of Cloud Making.

3rd Grade

Winner is Summer Johnson for Cigarette Picker Upper & All That Stuff.

Honorable Mention is Aaliya Richardson for Trash Collector, 
Smasher, Fertilizer.

4th Grade

Winner is Elee Friar for All Season Greenhouse. 
Winner is Karam Aldarji and Alexi Mays 
for the Water Powered Plane Engine.

Honorable Mention is Helina Kaufman, Olivia Holmar, &
Greysen Friedman for Water Pollution.
Honorable Mention is Evan Fishman for the Water Machine.

5th Grade

Winner is Bo Christiansen for Micro Hydro Generator.

Spark Change

Park Hill students raise funds by collecting loose change. These quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies are collected, counted, and allocated to three different non-profits. We raised $2014.63 to support Oceans First Institute and Team Rubicon. Our school wide celebration presented the funds and gave Mr. Burdette a very cold bath.

Kinder Moving Up

Kindergarten is very excited to move up a grade. They all feel like first grade will be very fun. The first grade teachers are kind and friendly. All the 1st graders really liked 1st grade. Kinder is excited to read chapter books, and they all like the 1st grade teachers. In conclusion Kindergarteners


are very excited to move up.

Getting To Know McAuliffe

by two Park Hill alumnae

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