The school has been transformed into Hogwarts, and beginning Monday donations will be collected during all lunch hours for the week. Our goal this year is to raise $4500, and all proceeds benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
This year we're also participating in the 50-state-challenge, meaning we're trying to get a donation from each of the 50 states. If you're so inclined, please share the following link to have your friends/family from afar help us reach our goal:
You can also donate to your child's specific house on that same page. All online donations will be counted as positive points towards your child's house! Good luck Alta View, and may the best house win! Let the Penny War begin!
tons of great questions! Students were able to listen to a live opera show, talk with local police officers, learn what prosthetics are, and find out what the life of a nurse is like, among many more! We're so grateful to have such a fantastic community!
Canyons School District Superintendent Dr. Briscoe recently made a trip to Alta View with some exciting news for students and teachers.
He came to bring new that five Alta View teachers had been awarded technology grants. The grants were written by the teachers who wanted to use technology in creative and exciting ways in their classrooms.
Mrs. McShinsky wrote a grant entitled, "Illustrating Math Story Problems Using iPads." Her grant awarded her $4,325.62 to put toward purchasing iPads for students to use in the classroom.
The second grade team, consisting of Mrs. Malan, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Olpin, and Mrs. Trevino, were awarded a $10,000 grant to purchase new Chromebooks. Our second graders are looking forward to using this amazing new technology!
Congratulations to our fantastic faculty for their hard work and dedication!
The south horseshoe drop off area is now bus drop off/pick up and staff parking only.
Due to safety issues, we have moved our drop off and pick up place for our buses. The horseshoe area on the south side of the school will now be buses and staff parking only. No parents or private vehicles will be allowed in the horseshoe. Running through the horseshoe and between buses is very dangerous. The buses cannot see little children running between them. Therefore, we recommend not dropping off or picking up your children around the horseshoe unless you work with them so that they know they NEVER-EVER run through the horseshoe, but need to walk all the way around it.
Thank you for helping us keep our children safe!