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  • Read-a-Thon is Here!

    We are running a Read-A-Thon Fundraiser and would appreciate your child’s participation. A Read-A-Thon encourages children to read for pleasure and motivates even reluctant readers to read more books as a way of supporting their school. All proceeds will go directly into our ASB fund to be used toward student rewards and fun events outside the classroom such as field day or to offset the cost of transportation for grade-level field trips. If we reach our goal of $3,000, Mr. Greer and Mr. Vannice agreed to have students make an ice-cream sundae on their heads at our, March 23rd awards assembly. See the calendar for dress up days to celebrate our kick-off week! Also, click on the headline above to download a parent flyer and student reading log.

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  • Congratulations to our Lacey Loves to Read bookmark contest winner!

    Congrats to Taliah Tiedje, an OVE 5th grader, for being our Lacey Loves to Read bookmark contest winner and winning a chance to meet author Matt de la Peña!

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  • Olympic View Procedures for Pickup and Drop Off

    After you enter the driveway, please take the first left and follow an S pattern through the parking lot. In the student drop off area, please make sure that you pull your car forward, so that others may line up behind you. These procedures help keep our students safe.

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  • The Eagle Way

    Olympic View students follow the Eagle Way: • Safety – We keep our school safe and orderly • Respect – We treat others with respect. • Cooperation – We cooperate with a positive attitude. • Responsibility – We take responsibility for our actions.

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District Announcements

  • Ethnic Celebration: March 11th

    The Ethnic Celebration is right around the corner and there's fun for the whole family! March 11, 10 AM - 6 PM at Saint Martin's. Lots of cultural booths, arts, crafts, and delicious food! Stop by the NTPS Multicultural Action Council (MAC) booth and decorate a MAC Mini Ambassador badge!

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    Guiding Principles:

    All children should be recognized for their unique strengths and gifts.

    We teach all children the skills they need to realize their potential.

    Those who are cared for will learn to care about others.  We care.

    Everyone makes a difference.  Let's make it positive!

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