See this map to see which entrances your students should use this year.
Please be alert for, and patient with new routines that will be developing over the next few weeks.
The big news? You can join sixth grade band next year EVEN IF YOU DIDN'T DO BAND in fifth grade! That's FANTASTIC!
Mr. Hanen creates new song for Parkview teachers.
See the new district video about re-entering our schools.
"Mr. Jordan" releases a song about Parkview Pandas!
Parkview will be mailing yearbooks to all families as soon as they arrive.
Video of Parkview staff presenting messages of gratefulness.
Video of Parkview families waving to their teachers.
Order school supplies now for fall 2020.
Parkview fifth grade teachers and specialists faced off in a socially distanced field day on Wednesday, May 20.
Student-created "Signs of Spring" videos for Tech class.
Our student art show is now available online.
Please consider subscribing to our online calendar.
The design provides a unified look across the district while allowing each school to maintain its unique identity with the use of colors, logo and content.
Parkview administration and staff have been in close contact this week. Teams have been meeting online or in other ways in order to plan together. It has felt good to see everyone drawing together.
This year our yearbook will feature the artwork of Keira G.
Review this important information about free meals, late start Wednesdays, technology help, transportation and wellness checks.
Grades preK-2 will return on Thursday, January 21 and grades 3-5 will return on Thursday, February 4.
Governor Walz announced a change in the state’s Safe Learning Plan to allow a phased-in return of elementary students to in-person learning. Details of our plan for elementary students will be shared by January 8.
Browse our online catalog and register now to ensure your spot in a class that sure to engage, inspire and enrich you and your family!
Both calendars are based on an all in-person learning mode. Each calendar has 172 days of instruction for elementary students and 171 days for secondary students.
In recognition of this important declaration, we encourage District 196 families to explore the rich history of indigenous people around the United States and in Minnesota.
Each school will share site-specific details about the change at their building. There will be no school for all preschool and elementary students only Nov. 19 and 20.
Applications must be submitted by Jan. 6, 2021, for elementary magnet schools and by Feb. 10, 2021 for Valley Middle School of STEM. Applications for the School of Environmental Studies are accepted throughout the year.
The district has a process and timeline for determining when to shift to a different learning model based on multiple data points and factors.
Both calendars are based on an all in-person learning model, although the district does plan to continue to offer the 196 Digital Academy as an all distance learning option for families.