Note:  May 25, 2016 – Last day of school for students,  1:00 p.m. dismissal.

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Maryn Carpenter

2016 American Legion Essay Writing Contest Winner!

click here for write-up

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 Men of Valor

 

We had a great time at the 2nd Annual MOV Awards Gala! Thanks to all that pushed, donated, and even prayed for the event!   We are forever grateful for your support of the Men of Valor Program!  

 

click here for photo

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The Steering committee given the task to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on what types of secondary schools should be built, are requesting input from School Employees, Parents, Students, and Community Members. They are conducting meetings where they will share several options and the cost of each option. These “town hall” meetings will take place at the 4 Elementary Schools over a two week period. I strongly encourage each of you as a staff member, parent, and community member to attend at least one of the meeting to let you voice/opinion be heard. I also encourage you to spread the word to parents and other community members so their voices can be heard as well. Below are the dates, times, and locations for all meetings. Please let me know if you have any questions. 

 

Upcoming Town Meetings: 

  • South Hill Elementary; May 11, 7:00 PM in the cafeteria

  • Chase City Elementary; May 12, 7:00 PM in the cafeteria

  • LaCrosse Elementary; May 18, 7:00 PM in the cafeteria

  • Clarksville Elementary; May 19, 7:00 PM in the cafeteria

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Park View Middle Highlights

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Congratulations to Mrs. Beverly Scott

Park View Middle 2015-2016 

Teacher of the Year!

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Park View Middle Spring 2016

SOL Testing Schedule

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                              Madison Peck and Mr. Cherry (Art Teacher)

 

Madison Peck 8th grade student at Park View Middle won the county level VSBA Art Contest for middle school.  Mr. Nicholas will be going to the Virginia School Board Association (VSBA) conference on April 20, 2016.  He will be bringing the artwork of the winners from the county; one from the elementary school, middle school and high school.  Congratulations Madison!

 

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Highlighting the Academic commitment of the students at  Park View Middle School 

                                         Student of the Month

Elijah Rogers  

 

Previous 2015-2016 Students of the Month

 

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Parent’s Corner


Please click on the link below to get details on what to do if your child missed the schools Tdap Clinic.      

 

Save the Dates! -click here

 

Parent Letter – Title III Assurances  

 
 

 

(Google Chrome is best for viewing this survey)

 Useful Links:

Food Nutrition Program

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 Mabey - Principal   

 

If there is something you are unable to find on our web site, please let me know and we will work to get it added. I also encourage all parents to click on the PTA link and consider getting involved. Our parent group is awesome and do a lot of us.

 

 


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

Mecklenburg County Division Web Page 

Mecklenburg County Public Schools Face book page  

School Division Press Releases 

PTA Facebook Page 

 
EVENTS FOR THE SUMMER
 
6/6   summer school begins 
          21st Century camps begins 
          Gate English Enrichment begins  
 
6/9    Gate English Enrichment ends 
 
6/13  Art Gate begins
 
6/14  Art gate ends 
 
6/23  Summer School ends
          21st Century camps ends
 
8/11   Open House/Fee Day  
          12 – 6 pm 
 
8/15   First Day of School 
                                       
 
REMINDERS: 
 

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 5 Reasons to Start college Planning  MS

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