Cougar Highlights

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Alyssa Berryman

December  Student of the Month

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PVM Student Ambassadors

 

The Season for Giving Back!

                                             

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Students return to school on Wednesday, January 7, 2015


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The school-wide spelling bee was held on Monday, December 8 in the cafeteria. This was the spelling bee where winners from the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade competed to determine who will compete in the divisional spelling bee. 

Emily Daniel’s (center) won the school-wide bee, with Sanaa Easter coming in second, and Niya Scott third.

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Beta Club – Holiday Bazaar

 

The Park View Middle Beta Club once again participated in the Holiday Bazaar activities on November 15 and 16. Beta students joined the Friends of the R. T. Arnold Library to work at their concession stand during the Bazaar. This has been an ongoing event for the Beta Club. The students thoroughly enjoy interacting with the community each year.

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     Ms. Patton’s Spanish classes studied El Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

                                                                                                                  

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PVM Jr. Beta Club Induction 

Sixty-two new Park View Middle School Junior Beta Club members were inducted on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 in the PVM gymnasium. The induction ceremony was held to honor those students in seventh and eighth grade who have achieved high standards in both academics and moral character. These students must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or better, demonstrate good character, and be willing to participate in community service activities. We are very proud of these young ladies and gentlemen. They set an excellent example for others at Park View Middle and our community.

                                                                                       

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          PVM November 5 Habits of Heart and Mind

 

Please note:  Important dates to remember are now located in the Parent’s Corner section of the webpage under Useful Links.

 

 

Parent’s Corner


Strategic Plan and Information Input:

Facilities Survey

STEM and CTE Survey

Fine Arts Survey

Teacher Pay Survey


2014-15 MCPS Strategic Plan


 

Useful Links:

Lifetouch Portrait Studio

PVM GATE Parent Survey

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Parent Portal

PTA Facebook Page 


Attendance Policy:

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 


Parent ID:

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.


 

Principal’s Corner 


 

Mr. Mark L. Mabey - Principal …… I recently sent out a Instant Alert about brochures and surveys on various educational matters. I again want to reiterate that importance of sharing your opinion. EVERY OPINION MATTERS! If we are to provide the best educational experience for the children of this community, we must share our opinions. Not only on these matters but in all areas. Our Country was founded on the principle that each person shall have a voice. We do not always have to agree on all matters but we must be able to share and hear each others opinions. So, I encourage you to take the time to read the brochures (first one will come home on Tuesday, 12/9) and respond to the survey. Become an Agent of Change for our children.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 Other links that you can use to help you find out what’s going on at PVMS:

  

Dr. Thornton’s blog   

Dr. Hackney’s blog 

 

Mecklenburg County Public Schools Face book page  

(another location to find the posts on our critical matters) 

 

PVMS Twitter Page 

PTA Facebook Page 

Mabey’s Prior Messages  

 

 

What going on at PVMS … For December 15th- January 7th

 

 

 12/15     School Board Meeting – 7pm 
 
 12/17     Blue and Gold Day .. show off your cougar pride 
               Basketball home vs Nottoway  5:45 pm 
               
 12/18     Winter Concert at PVHS – 7pm 
               Forensic Practice 
 
 12/19      Limo Rides – Mrs. Thomas 
                Last Day of the Semester
                Winter Break 12/22 – 1/2
 
    1/5      Teacher Workday (No Students) 
                Mrs. Wright’s Class presents at the BOS meeting – 7 pm 
 
    1/6       Professional Development Day (No Students) 
 
    1/7      Students return ….. Regular School Day 
                New Semester classes for History, Science, and Electives 

    

  Articles to help parents:

10 ways to help your child succeed in MS

Success tips from a Middle-School Principal 

Teachers share how to help your kids be better students 

19 meaningful questions for parents to ask

 Parent’s Guide to Middle School 

 How To Help Your Child With Cyber-Bullying 

Keep Your Middle Schooler Organized 

 21st Century Learning – what is it?

Does Parent involvement Make a Difference?

Why Parent’s Shouldn’t Help Their Child With Homework