Over 100 Pleasant Valley High School students traveled to PVE to share their message of HOPE. Over a 1000 students were able to experience the excitement that the high school students have generating in their effort to change their school, district and community in a positive way.
PVHS Students came to Polk Elementary School on Friday, April 19th to spread HOPE to all students and staff in grades K-3. The members of the HOPE project prepared banners with inspirational words and correlating colors to match the students Field Day T-Shirt color. Click above to read more...
Thirty PV FBLA members traveled to the 2013 State FBLA Leadership Conference April 14-17 and made us all PV Proud! Click title for more information.
As a part of the ongoing student-led Hope initiative, high school students spent the day at Pleasant Valley Intermediate School on Friday March 22. In order to spread their messages of hope and positivity, students in grades 9-12 helped all of the 4th, 5th, and 6th graders create their own hopeful messages with help from pop media and craft supplies. Click above to read more.
Pleasant Valley celebrated Read Across America on March 1st. Guest readers added to the celebration at PVI. Dewey, the district’s book mobile, made a visit to share books with the students at Polk Elementary School. Each student walked away with a free book to take home.
The Pleasant Valley Leo Club would like to thank all those at PVE, PVI, and PVHS for their participation in the first annual Halloween Costume Drive. As of 6pm Tuesday night there were over 300 costumes donated. The individuals who came out expressed their extreme gratitude towards the generosity of the members of the school district and the surrounding community.