About Park View Elementary School

     The mission of Park View Elementary School is to create the best possible learning environment for all students. We will value and encourage each child by being competent, flexible, and sensitive to the needs and abilities of all learners. We will focus on learning. We will recognize diversity and growth and development needs of each individual. We will model an attitude of enthusiasm and positive self-image. Our school will be a haven for harmony, courtesy, safety, and self-worth. We will embrace an atmosphere of goodwill and energy that creates a sense of belonging and family. We will teach in a way that addresses all modalities of learning. We will offer a variety of academic activities in an attempt to create an inclusive environment; so all students can be actively involved in learning. We will find ways to make learning enjoyable by appreciating creativity and having a good time in a respectful manner. 

     Park View is hard at work developing and creating our vision for PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) and insuring we are meeting the social emotional needs of all our students through the use of our new SAEBRS (Social, Academic, Emotional, Behavioral Risk Screener) initiative; which identifies the following core competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision making.  More PBIS information coming soon!  

Park View Elementary opened as a brand new school in 2005-2006.

There are currently 470 students enrolled at Park View. 

Park View Elementary

751 Cindy Dr. 

Ripon, CA 95366


Fax: 209-599-9140


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