Pleasant Valley School District

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  • The 2021-2022 Ready, Set Learn session information has been moved.  

    Along the top of the screen, hover your mouse over Departments, then select Curriculum & Instruction.  On the left side of the screen, scroll down and click Kindergarten. Then click Ready, Set Learn!

    If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lori Hagerman at 570-402-1000 ext. 1311.

     

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  • Superintendent's Parent/Guardian Engagement Meetings ~ January 2022

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  • Wrestling Start Time Change ~ January 26, 2022

    The Varsity Wrestling match vs. Easton on January 26, 2022, is going to start at 6:30 p.m. rather than 7:00 p.m.  The Jr. High Wrestling match will still start at 5:30 p.m.    

     
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  • Pleasant Valley High School's National Honor Society Toys for Tots Fundraiser!

    The Pleasant Valley High School’s National Honor Society held a districtwide campaign to raise money for Toys for Tots by hosting three dress down fundraising days in the month of December.  They smashed their original goal of $2,000 and raised $5,334.72.  On Thursday, December 23, 2021, they presented the check to Toys for Tots representative, John Dickson, and Marine Sgt. Arnold Watkins.

    Pictured below are: 

    Back Row - Vice Principal Brian Boylan, Marine Sgt. Arnold Watkins, Andreas Hoeverman, National Honor Society Advisor, Ann Parham, Anastasia Krial-Victor, Alexa Pridham, Kendyl Ramsay, Olivia Altman, Emma Martin, Superintendent Dr. James R. Konrad, Vice Principal Jonathan Ayre, Kneeling – Jaime Rockwell and Principal Kelli George

    Toys

     

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  • 12/10/21

    Good Evening Pleasant Valley School District Family,

    This evening, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court officially lifted the mask mandate. This means that effective immediately, Pleasant Valley School District will be mask optional per the school district Health and Safety Plan which was approved on July 15, 2021.  Please note that per federal mandate, mask wearing will still be required by all students riding district buses. Again, masks will be optional when on school district property effective immediately.   


    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Dr. James R. Konrad

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  • Comprehensive Planning at the Pleasant Valley School District

    Pleasant Valley School District's current Comprehensive Plan runs through the 2021-2022 school year.  The district's subsequent Comprehensive Plan is currently in development, to be submitted to the state by March 30, 2022. 

    What is Comprehensive Planning?

    The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) requires each school district in the Commonwealth to participate in Comprehensive Planning - a continuous process used to ensure that all students achieve at high levels in preparation for future life endeavors. 

    Chapter 4 of the PA School Code stipulates this planning requirement for every school district in Pennsylvania to be submitted on a three-year cycle.

    To this end, all Local Educational Agencies (LEA) work toward the creation of a highly effective learning environment ensuring the academic and personal success of all students. Continuous planning is essential to increased student performance and quality results. Innovative, student centered, and research-based programming, coupled with focused staff development, aligned resources, and public participation are critical factors for our district  to demonstrate continuous and meaningful growth. Please click the link below to view PVSD's current comprehensive plan:

    Comprehensive Plan 2019-2022

     

    First Steering Committee Meeting - Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 2:00-3:00 PM 

    CPSC Slide Presentation 10/26/21

    Comprehensive Plan Development Members

    District Leadership Team, Steering Committee, Subcommittees, Colonial IU 20 Consultant 

    Comprehensive Plan Development Participation

    • Community Survey participation will help the District answer the following questions:
      • What are the strengths and needs of our school community?
      • What are our educational directions?
    • Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will:
      • Review and analyze a broad scope of data to determine strengths and weaknesses, along with areas for growth and their root causes.
      • Set priorities, establish goals, and create detailed plans to achieve those goals over the next three years.

    Comprehensive Plan Development Timeline

    • Part I – Profile (Fall 2021)
    • Part II – Needs Assessment and Analysis (Fall 2021)
    • Part III – Action Planning (Fall/Winter 2021-22)
    • Part IV – Finalizing and Communicating (Winter 2021-22)
    • Part V – Submission (Spring 2022)

    Comprehensive Plan - Parent/Guardian Community Member Survey

    To gather input from stakeholders we have developed the Parent/Guardian/Community Member Survey. Click on the following link to access the survey. The survey will close at midnight on November 10, 2021.

    Parent/Guardian/Community Member Survey

     

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  • Schoology

    Parents: Click this LINK for Schoology directions and tutorials.

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  • Bus Stop Change FormBUs

    This does not take the place of the Transportation Request Form for changes to a daycare or a sitter.  That will still need to be filled out at the school building with proof of change.

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  • Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Launch Date Announced

    Consumers Can Begin Applying and Enrolling on May 12 

    On April 29, 2021, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program (EBB Program) will launch on May 12, 2021. At this time, consumers can apply for the program through the National Verifier at GetEmergencyBroadband.org and service providers can begin enrolling consumers in the National Lifeline Accountability Database (NLAD) who qualified through the National Verifier or through an alternative verification process (AVP), or who opted into the program from Lifeline.
    Please note that Lifeline Claims System (LCS) workflows for the EBB Program are in the final stages of development and will be deployed in advance of the first snapshot date. USAC will provide additional information to participating providers when LCS is available for testing.

    Visit USAC.org to follow EBB Program updates and sign up for the USAC EBB Program Outreach List. For questions, email EBBHelp@usac.org.

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