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Mural showing the word, Safe

Parkview students are Safe!

Mural showing the word, Responsible

Parkview students are Responsible!

Mural showing the word, Respectful.

Parkview students are Respectful!

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Walk n'Roll - Walking School Bus

Black History Month Potluck

Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Location: Del Roble Elementary School, 5345 Avenida Almendros, San Jose, CA 95123, USA
Feb 28

PSCA Meeting

Time: 6 PM – 7 PM
Location: Parkview Library
Mar 5

Our Mission...

Parkview Elementary fosters a respectful, responsible, and safe environment where student learning spans across content areas. Teachers, parents, and community collaborate for student success, and teachers are committed to giving quality standards-based lessons through the use of cutting edge technology. Our school empowers students to be active positive contributors to the community and succeed at being life-long learners. Students will be empowered to develop skills/confidence to reach their full potential.
 
Core Values:
Parkview Panthers are PAWSitively Respectful, Responsible and Safe

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ADOPTION of ENGLISH LEARNER ROADMAP and BILITERACY ATTAINMENT AWARD

The Board of Trustees approved resolutions for the English Learner (EL) Roadmap and Biliteracy Attainment Award after district staff championed the need for such resolutions. California Department of Education stated that Oak Grove is the first district to adopt both the EL Roadmap and the Biliteracy Attainment Award in the State of California.