Mighty Mustangs

Parkview Family Newsletter May 2021

Traducción /Translation

To translate on a cell phone, click on the black and white circle on the bottom right. To translate on a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer to your preferred language, click the black box to the right that says, "translate newsletter."

Para traducir en un teléfono celular, haga clic el círculo blanco y negro en la parte inferior derecha. Para traducir en una tableta, computadora portátil o computadora de escritorio a su idioma preferido, haga clic en el cuadro negro a la derecha que dice "translate newsletter.”

Parent Conference Week, May 10th- May 14th

Parent Conferences will take place for students who are at-risk during the week of May 10th through May 14th. Students will continue to be dismissed at the same time as they have been for the last few weeks, according to the schedule shown below.

Monday through Thursday Bell Schedule

Big picture

Dress Code Reminders

Please click the button below to review Parkview's Dress Code. The dress code can also be found on Parkview's website. Some specific codes that students may have forgotten include the following:

  • Pants/shorts must not have rips above the knee. If they do, please wear leggings underneath.
  • Shoes must have closed toes and closed heels.
  • Clothing must cover all undergarments.

Morning Arrival Time

Students in the Kinder, 4th, and 5th grades enter campus first from 7:40 to 8:00. Students in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades may start entering campus at 7:55 and start class at 8:15. Supervision is provided starting at 7:40. Students in grades 1 through 3 should consider arriving close to 7:55 to avoid waiting in line to enter.

CAASPP Testing Cancelled for 2021

California has been granted a waiver this year that allows us to use alternative ways to measure student progress. Because students will only be in school for a short time this year, our district has decided to use STAR Reading and STAR Math instead of the CAASPP state tests. This is good news because each of these tests can be taken in under an hour, allowing our children to have more time for learning in the classroom.

Mask Requirements

Please click the button below to view our rules regarding wearing masks.


If your student requires medication during school hours, please be sure to bring in the medication along with a current doctor's order form. We have the medication forms available to pick up from the health office.

In-Person Days and Remote Learning Days

Remote Learning Days (including Friday)

· All students in K-5 will participate in at least 20 minutes of synchronous learning on each remote learning day (at home). Synchronous learning will take place in Google Meet or Zoom. Students must log on every day of the week with their teacher and also complete all asynchronous (independent) assignments on remote learning days.

In-Person Learning Days

· Each student will need to complete at least 20 minutes of asynchronous (independent homework) learning to meet the daily required instructional minutes.