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At Parkway Elementary, we appreciate our involved parents and community members. We also enjoy broadcasting our latest news and information here on our News page, where we will chronicle school activities and student achievements and publish announcements. We’ll also offer helpful resources and information.

Showing of Screenagers

Join us for a special showing of Screenagers. Our children are growing up in a digital age. Come learn what this really means. Join us at West Brook Middle School on Thursday, February 28, at 3:00 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. There is no cost for this event. For more information, check out this flyer or Screenagers movie site. All pre-k to grade twelve parents and guardians, as well as middle and high school students are invited to attend.

New Playground Swing

Thanks to the generosity of the Paramus Health Foundation, Parkway School has purchased an adaptive swing for the playground area. This fun swing has already been enjoyed countless times by many of our students!

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Parkway School Shark Tank 2019

Students present their ideas to Paramus administratorsParkway School students in Mrs. Bonner’s fourth-grade class participated in their very own Shark Tank! After completing the Shark Tank unit, our innovative students collaborated with a partner to build a product and create a Google Slide Show presentation to catch a “shark.” The “sharks” included Paramus administrators Dr. Michele Robinson, Tim Donahue, and Dara Carr. The teams presented their inventions to the “sharks” hoping to get a bite and make a deal. The products created were hot/cold bottle, easy kid breakfast, AVO shovel, AJ bucket, and four-seasons jacket. Teamwork, research abilities, and public speaking were just a few of the skills that the children experienced. We have a lot of budding entrepreneurs in Paramus!

    Harlem Wizard Visits Parkway

    Parkway School students enjoyed the visit from Devon “Livewire” Curry of the Harlem Wizards. Livewire came to our school to get the students excited for the upcoming Wizards event. On March 1, the Wizards will be challenging Paramus’ finest teachers and community members to a game at Paramus High School. Proceeds from the game will benefit the Paramus Children’s Health Foundation.

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