Congratulations to the newest members of the National Junior Honor Society. The NJHS Ceremony was held on Tuesday December 19 at PVMS. Please click on the title above to read more.
PVMS Chorus sang songs of Unity, Power,and our Flag. Thank you to eveyone who came out to support the students. During the concert, our Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Frable and Ms. Karpinsski made a monetary donation to Valor House. Thank you again for all of your support.
PVMS Band Concert was a huge musical hit! This year we had a surprise treat of our middle school chorus students singing with our band. Our students continue to do a marvelous job as they study, practice, and perform on the intruments of their choice. Thank you to everyone who came out to attend our 7th and 8th grade band concert.
Mr. Seiler raised the most money for our Mini-THON "No Shave November" fundraiser at PVMS! Students had the opportunity to "sabotage" teachers' bucket by placing donations for Four Diamonds in the bucket. Mr. Seiler's bucket had the most donations which resulted in Mr. Seiler agreeing to dye his beard pink and have it glittered. Thank you for being a good sport, Mr. Seiler!
On Friday 11/10 and again on Saturday 11/11 our students presented the play School for Nerds. Audience was treated to a humorous play. The fictitious school was about to be closed. Although the school was the winner of every national sport award, it failed the students academically. Two diverse groups had to figure out how to save the school. The students did a superb, believable job in the roles they were casted. Yes it is true, if we all work together to achieve a common goal then we can all win! Thank you to the cast and crew for this excellent production. Anyone who was fortunate to come out and see the talented group was all glad they came! Thank you Mrs. Gougher and Mrs. Kresge for working with the students to execute the wonderful production. To the cast and crew everyone did a wonderful job! Thank you.
PVMS Veterans’ Day Assembly. Two members of our teaching staff,Mrs Siekonic and Mr. West, Veterans themselves shared what Veterans’ Day means to them. We saw videos that paid homage to our Veterans. Students in our middle school choir sang songs. The band played the anthem of each branch of the military while everyone in attendance stood to show they had a friend or family member that served in that branch of the military. Students read poems dedicated to our flag and honoring our Veterans. The assembly was both informative and moving. Thank you to all who serve.
Monday, September 25th, was a successful day at the Middle School with the exchange group from Germany! Students played a close round of "Fliegenklatscher" (flyswatter) game, where the American students only lost by one point! Afterwards they took a tour of our wonderful Middle School. And last, but not least, students from both continents had an interesting, yet super positive Q&A session in which our Middle School students found out a lot about "Fussball" (soccer), fashion trends, cheerleading, schools, chocolate and theme parks in Germany.