We’d like to add Tonda Potts (2007 to 20015) and Ken Burdette (2015 to Present) to the Principle list.
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:
Here you will find videos made of the Green Machine Winner Presentations:
4th Grade Winner Elee and her All-Seasons Greenhouse
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.
See you in the library.
Why it is so hard to learn English
Do you know what these mean?
Winner is Matthew Weisz for his Water Airplane. Honorable Mention is Katie Trainer for her Water Recycler.
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.
Winner is Summer Johnson for Cigarette Picker Upper & All That Stuff. Honorable Mention is Aaliya Richardson for Trash Collector, Smasher, Fertilizer.
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.
Winner is Bo Christiansen for Micro Hydro Generator.
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.
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.
by two Park Hill alumnae