Panorama Community Schools

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Panorama Elementary One School One Book Event

You are officially invited to join Panorama Elementary
for the legendary One School One Book event!
One School One Book is a community-wide reading event. The idea is to have families, community members, and the school reading and discussing the same book. As a result we hope to inspire a love for reading and literature.
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Panorama MS/HS PE Class Basketball-Golf

Basketball-Golf?
Students in the MS/HS physical education class with Mr. Duncan have been working on their game...basketball or golf? The activity is a mixture of both. Students receive their scorecard that contains the map of the course with hole locations and par counts.

The rules: PAR is the number of shots it should take to score a basket at each hole. If they haven't scored after 5 shots, take 5 for your score and move to the next hole. All players must complete each hold in succession.

The students have been enjoying this blend of games. The best score on the PAR 22 course...8 under (-8)!
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Panorama Elementary Coin War Winners Announced

Mrs. Blomquist's class enjoyed an ice cream party today as winners of the Panorama Elementary Coin War for American Cancer Society. Their class brought in a total of $142.25 of the $936.27 raised to support Guthrie County's Relay for Life and Panthers On The Prowl For A Cure. Thanks to all that sent in your donations as we continue the fight against cancer.
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Panorama Holiday Workshop K-6th

Greetings! The Europe Trip Travelers would like to invite students K-6th grade to their Holiday workshop on December 15, 2018! There will be two sessions, 9:00-11:30 a.m. is intended for students in grades K-2. The afternoon session is intended for students 3-6th, which will be from 1:00-3:30p.m. Please direct questions to Mrs. Lindstrom. ginger.lindstrom@panorama.k12.ia.us
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Panorama - Wear Purple Monday in Honor of Mr. J

Monday, December 3 marks three years since beloved principal Mark Johnston, or as students called him, "Mr. J", lost his battle with esophageal cancer. Mr. J was the most caring and understanding person you would come across, and had an unforgettable smile and contagious laugh. So on Monday, let's all honor Mr. J by wearing purple!

Pictured is Panorama Student Council member Emma Johnston with her dad, Mark Johnston, and family. The Purple Ribbon on the football field was made by elementary and MS/HS students and staff to show our support to Mr. J during his battle.
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