PVE PTO President Michelle Westerman was honored with the Service to Children Award by committee chair John Bauer at the Annual Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary Principals Conference in Pittsburg PA on October 21, 2014 for her dedication and service to our PV students.
The marching band earned another first place trophy at the Nazareth Area High School Band competition. This includes topping two other county schools' score in competition. In addition, they earned the awards for best music, best visuals, best effect, best percussion, and best color guard.
Community Trick-Or-Treat Night will held on Tuesday, October 21,2014 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the high school. Wear a costume and bring a bag to carry treats, prizes, crafts, and other keepsakes! Games, face-painting, trick, treats, prizes, crafts, songs, and storytelling will be provided at over 40 activity stations!!! Nothing too scary for young children! Cost - $5.00 per child (children under 2 are free). Click the link above for more information.
Thank you to our community for supporting the PVE Healthy Happy Meals program. After 2 days of collecting at Kinsley’s ShopRite, the PVE PTO and HOPE members collected enough to provide 600 “Long Weekend” meals to needy children in our schools. Thank You!!
PVE Students Jules Kautzsch, Shane Lutz, Maverick Walsh, Brady Cerrone and Daniel Trebour were recognized at tonight's PVHS Girls Volleyball Game against Stroudsburg as part of the PVSD "Lead the Way" Program. These students were recognized for their citizenship, hard work and positive behavior in school. Great Job!
During the 2013-2014 school year Pleasant Valley School District planned and developed the Comprehensive Plan (formerly Strategic Planning) as required by the PA Department of Education. The proposed Pleasant Valley School District Level Comprehensive Plan is now available for public review.Click the link above to learn more...
The marching band earned a first place trophy in the "Music Under the Stars" competition at North Warren High School, NJ. PVHS scored higher than the other bands and earned the awards for best music, best visuals, best effect, best percussion, and best color guard. Great Job!
Pleasant Valley Elementary PTO, ShopRite, HOPE members and the local community rallied this weekend to provide needy students with lunches and breakfasts on “Long Weekends.” In their first attempt this past Saturday they sold more than 200 meals. The goal is to “sell" about 1,500 meals to accommodate the needs of our children. We are asking for your help. Volunteers will be packing the bags at the store on the...