- Parkview is newly renovated with new classrooms, school spaces, playground and new areas for outdoor learning
- Standards-based integrated learning through Units of Study and Individualized Data-Driven Instruction
- School-wide Responsive Classroom practices build academic and social-emotional competencies
- Full-time Teaching Specialists for K-5 include: Technology, Art, Music, Media, and Physical Education
- Interactive classroom technology and a variety of mobile labs, including: MacBook Air Laptops, Chromebooks and iPads
- Ongoing family involvement, includes: Open Gym Nights, Family Reading Night, Culver’s night, Dairy Queen night, Engineering Family Night, Family Math Nights, Ski Club, Sock Hop, and Spring Carnival
- Supportive and involved Parent Teacher Organization and Community
- Extended Day and Community Education opportunities in reading, math, art, science, technology, dance and drama
- Math Olympiad, Math Masters, Destination ImagiNation, DaCapo Choir, Inventor’s Fair, Student Council, Guys Read Bookclub, and Summer Library Program
- Regular communication through Infinite Campus, Facebook, weekly school newsletters, and Twitter
- On-site before and after school care with YMCA
Learn more about our programs on the Classroom Connections page.
At Parkview, we believe that all students are valuable and can learn and achieve at high levels. We must know each and every one of our students and build on their strengths and individuality. A safe and respectful learning environment allows students to grow. Students and staff must demand high expectations for learning. Continuous improvement and preparation are important to meet the needs of all students. Teamwork, collaboration, and communication will help us to effectively teach the whole child; academically, socially, and emotionally. A strong community supports learning through relationship-building with students, families, and staff. And we believe in each other!
Parkview serves the southern-most residents of District 196. We are located just east of Cedar Avenue and south of 160th Street at the corner of Foliage Avenue and Gerdine Path in Rosemount, MN. On the district map, we are the school that is farthest south and in the western half of the district. Our current enrollment is approximately 800 in grades K through 5.