A+ Information for Participating Postsecondary Schools may be found at the website for
Parkview A+ Program Highlights
Viking Tutors go above and beyond to provide a wide variety of education support to Parkview’s staff and students. They are given the following opportunities to earn their 50 hours of required A+ tutoring:
- Enroll in Tutoring during the school year (for course credit)
- Enroll in Tutoring during summer school (for course credit)
- Serve as a freshman endeavor tutor/mentor
- Assist with summer freshman focus, orientation and family fair activities
- Work feeder school evening events (family night, academic nights, field day)
- Provide motivational support to schools within the Parkview feeder system for MAP testing, attendance and student involvement.
PHS seniors are invited to attend and participate in MSU’s Annual Career Fair, Workplace Etiquette Dinner and Majors Fair.
A+ Advisory Board students host monthly Tall Trojan Tours for Jarrett Middle School. These tours are sponsored by the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks and allow our future Vikings to see firsthand all the wonderful opportunities Parkview High School has to offers.
Parkview ninth graders are given the opportunity to learn more about a variety of careers by participating in our annual Freshman Career Fair.
Parkview A+ Staff
Callie Sitton A+ Program Coordinator
Mrs. Sitton has served as A+ Coordinator since 2016. She earned a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology from Missouri State University and has taught Physical Education for five years before accepting the position of A+ program coordinator. Mrs. Sitton also teaches all of the Tutoring and Cadet Teaching courses offered at Parkview, and is the Coordinator of the Leadership program.
2019 Career Fair
Beginning with the 2017-2018 FAFSA application cycle, the FAFSA will have a new launch date of October 1 rather than the traditional launch date of January 1. This earlier date of October 1 will allow the financial aid process to coincide with the college admissions process. Along with the new launch date, the FAFSA's tax year information collected from an applicant will come from one tax year earlier, otherwise known as prior-prior year. Applicants will use their tax year 2015 income information for the 2017-2018 award year.