Vista View Elementary School staff members encourage a love of reading during the school year and even during the summer, in a unique way.
Vista View Girls on the Run Spring Team registration opened on Monday, Feb. 16. Girls on the Run uses a running based curriculum to teach 3rd - 5th grade girls to become healthier, stronger and more confident members of the their community. We meet every Tuesday and Thursday (when school is in session) after school until 5 p.m. from March 16 to June 2. Our final 5K run will be on Saturday, May 30.
A lot of study and a little trial period led to an opportunity for 4th graders to pursue their individual genius in Jon Abrahamson’s class at Vista View Elementary in Burnsville.
Our second Annual Report will be published and presented to our community at two different meetings. Please consider joining us as we hear about the programs of our school and how our student per-formed academically during the 2013-2014 school year.
If you are unable to attend, the report is available to download below.
Light refreshments will be provided.
The Vista View fall book fair runs Oct. 9-14. Come support our school and pick out some great new books to read.
The Scholastic Book Fair will be open:
Jennie Bordonaro, a behavior interventionist and assessment coach at Vista View Elementary School in Burnsville, is featured this month by World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA), a national organization that supports teachers who work with English language learners.
Bordonaro’s previous work co-teaching with ELL teacher Mindi Limberg is highlighted in the article, as well as work she’s done with other Vista View teachers in supporting refugee families who recently moved to the area.
Vista View is celebrating 50 years serving the community and students of Burnsville. We are excited about all of the memories from the past 50 years, as well as continuing to be a positive place for learning for the next 50 years.