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Please note that a student must be present for at least 2 full blocks to be counted “present” for the day. This means the student must be present until 12:29 p.m. in order to be marked “present” for that school day.
***Please refer to the Student Handbook on Page 8
Parents please provide a photo ID not only when signing out your student but also for when you may need to see them in the office for a brief moment or for when you would like to join them for lunch. Your student’s safety is very important to us and we want to make sure only those individuals who are listed on the student’s emergency card may contact the student during school hours. Thank you.
Next week is homecoming! We will kick it off with spirit days next week starting on Monday. Monday is college “team” day, students will were colors associated with the college “team” that they’re on in their grade level. Tuesday is twin day and Wednesday is cougar pride/spirit day. There will be a pep rally for each grade on Wednesday to get kids in the spirit for the upcoming game. GAME DAY!!! Wednesday September 27th @ 6:00. PVM versus Cumberland at the Park View High football field. Come support the Park View Middle football team and find out who the 2017 Homecoming Queen and King will be! Homecoming court will be announced during half time. See you there!
Congratulations to Jahir Magana-Vargas (8th grade) and the Dylan Newman (8th grade) for their fantastic art work that is now being displayed at Mecklenburg County Central Office Building.
Thank you to all of our students and families that participated in our school fundraiser. Items are expected for delivery on October 18th.
The first parent PAC meeting will be on Sept. 28th from 6-7 in the library. The presentation will be about our “I Am Enough” character education program. A discussion about MARi math will also be on the agenda.
Bus 7 and bus 81 will no longer take bus passes. They are filled to capacity.
Dr. Nancy B. Riddell
Park View Middle would like to welcome Dr. Janet Wright as our new assistant principal for the 2017-2018 school year. Dr. Wright has 14 years of experience as a math and science teacher. She has been an assistant principal in Petersburg City Schools for the last 4 years.
Dr. Wright earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, Masters from Cambridge College, and just recently completed her doctoral studies with Regent University. Dr. Wright loves education and is eager to help serve the teachers, students, and families of Mecklenburg County Public Schools.