Parkview Restart & Recovery Information

Informational Notices Recovery Notices
  • Covid and Illness Procedures September 2022 Update
  • Effective Monday, March 7, 2022, masks/facial coverings will be optional for students, staff and visitors in Parkview School and on school buses. However, students will be required to wear a mask while in the nurse's office and/or upon return to school for days 6-10 after testing positive for COVID-19. The link to the current Department of Health guidance is included here for your review.

    Our district nurses will continue to work closely with families to ensure a safe learning environment. We thank families for the ongoing support demonstrated since reopening for in-person instruction. Please do not hesitate to contact our nursing office with questions.

  • Covid Protocol - January 2022 Update
  • 9/27/2021 Update: Please review this important information from the office of the nurse detailing Covid protocols for this school year. Please contact Mrs. Smith with questions.

  • Important Announcement:
    Our district has received American Rescue Plan grant funds. We would like your feedback regarding planned expenditures as part of the development process. Here is a brief video explaining the grant and planned expenses as well as the slide deck. You can provide feedback or questions on the survey by November 1.
    Slide Show (Survey link at end)
  • Gloucester County Emergency Rental Assistance
    Gloucester County has received funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury to provide rental relief to landlords and tenants through the Emergency Rental and Utility Assistance Program (ERAP). Gloucester County will provide rental households financial assistance for unpaid rent and/or utility bills due to impact of COVID-19.
    Visit website for details:
  • Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) funds are coming for the 2020-2021 school year. What is P-EBT? P-EBT is a program to help you purchase food for your school-age child(ren) who were eligible for free or reduced price school meals through the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), but whose schools closed or operated with reduced attendance or hours for five consecutive days due to COVID-19.

    Eligible students in fully remote learning situations will get $122.76 a month. Students in hybrid learning situations will get $61.38 a month.

    P-EBT for eligible families will be added to your Families First Card or mailed to you starting at the end of July. Need more information? Visit the P-EBT section of

    P-EBT Flyer
    P-BEBT Flyer (Spanish)

  • Gateway Group ARP Safe Return Plan

    Safe Return Plan - Public Comment Survey