Our school provides opportunities for students to learn the basics of engineering through their Goldiblox Primary Engineering Clubs. Our Robotics team received first place for the reseach component of the competition.Website Facebook Twitter
|White|| 62% |
|Black|| 15% |
|Asian|| 5% |
|Hispanic|| 17% |
|American Indian or Native Alaskan|| 0% |
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander|| 0% |
|Multiracial|| 2% |
|Female|| 45.0% |
|Male|| 55.0% |
|Economically disadvantaged students|| 58% |
|Students with disabilities|| 26% |
|English learners|| 3% |
|Homeless students|| 8% |
|Students in foster care|| 1% |
|Military-connected students|| 1% |
|Migrant students|| 0% |
|Grade||Percent of total students||Students|
|Pre-K|| 11% ||41|
|Kindergarten|| 12% ||45|
|1st Grade|| 12% ||47|
|2nd Grade|| 12% ||45|
|3rd Grade|| 12% ||46|
|4th Grade|| 11% ||40|
|5th Grade|| 13% ||49|
|6th Grade|| 17% ||65|
|Incidents per year|
|Harassment, intimidation, and bullying||0|
|Days absent||Percent of students|
|0 days|| 7% |
|1 to 5 days|| 41% |
|6 to 10 days|| 33% |
|11 to 15 days|| 9% |
|Over 15 days|| 9% |
|English|| 94.7% |
|Spanish|| 3.2% |
|Bengali|| 1.6% |
|Other|| 0.5% |
Learn more about Parkview Elementary School.
Our commitment to educate every student using a flexible and challenging curriculum aligned to the NJSLS which emphasize a comittment to expand oral and written communication skills, integrate problem solving strategies and incorporate technology for the advancement of student discovery. We actively seek to promote a positive bond between school and community to promote good citizenship and a life long sense of personal worth, dignity and respect for others.
The curriculum is based on the NJSLS. ELA places an emphasis on reading, writing, speaking and listening through integrated instructional framework using McGraw-Hill's Wonder's Explorations Program in Non-fiction Writing provides support for our writing workshop framework curriculum utilizes Pearson?s envisionMATH 2.0. We offer a science program based on the NGSS while using Mystery Science and inquiry learning. Cross curricular learning is embedded across all content areas.
Our students are able to participate in a number of activities including: Student Council, Yearkbook Club, Drama Club, Art Club, Homework Support Club, Chorus Club, Robotics, Primary Engineering and Book Club.
Parkview offers a before and after school program in collaboration with Archway. The "Just Kids" program is available for all students.
Professional development has focused on the need to advance students and staff in the areas of growth mindset and mindfulness in order to support academic success and expanded learning experiences. Expanding best practices in the rigor of the curriculum continues to be a focus as we link it to data analysis and standard based teaching. Teacher lead professional development and turnkey collaborative PD is an asset at Parkview School.
Parkview offers a variety of student supports and services including a Response to Intervention daily block and an Intervention and Referral team. Title I programs provide support through a primary interventionist, co-teaching programs and extended day tutoring services.
A daily breakfast is offered in the classroom each morning. Students participate in physical education and health classes as well as teacher designed and implemented brain breaks.
The Westville Home and School Association aides students and staff by providing support and promotes open communication between administration, teachers and parents. The HSA encourages Parkview school spirit and pride and uses it's resources, both manpower and monetary, to support the efforts of the school for educational and recreational needs.
Parkview Elementary contains a library, an all purpose room, and art and music settings. A sensory room is utilized by occupational and physical therapists, and special education teachers.
School safety and the security of our students, staff and facility is our primary focus. The School Safety and Security Team meets several times each year in conjunction with our first responders to review the school security plan. Monthly drills are facilitated to practice portions of the security plan. Visitors are screened prior to gaining admittance to the building and must provide identification and sign in upon arrival.
Parkview Elementary School provides all students with a weekly or cycle STEAM class. In addition, students in Grades 5 and 6 have an engineering cycle. Technology is incorporated across the curriculum and is enhanced with our 1:1 chromebook initiative for students in grades 2-6. Each Pre-Kindergarten and Grade 1 classrooms are supplied ipads. Our Robotics Club runs throughout the year as an after school club.
Parkview offers a general education, tuition free, half day preschool program for all four year old students who turn four before October 1st of that school year. In addition, parents of general education students may apply through a lottery system for their child to attend a half day, parent-paid tuition, 3-year old program for children who turn three before October 1st of that school year. Parkview also facilitates a half day preschool disabled classroom setting for students who have exited Early Intervention programs and qualify for services or are identified by the Child Study Team. We do not currently contract with private providers or Head Start programs.
Parkview Elementary School will continue to enhance student achievement through the implementation of best educational practices. The staff, students, and families of Westville continue to focus on Language Arts Literacy, Mathematics, Technology and Career Ready Practices. Our students have demonstrated significant gains in open ended analysis and critical thinking skills. Technology continues to flourish. Presently, our students in third through sixth grades have a 1:1 Chrome Book ratio. Students in pre-kindergarten through second grade utilize mobile computer carts equip with laptop computers, chrome books and ipads. Smart boards are currently in every first through sixth grade classroom. Students and staff integrate technology throughout the curriculum.