Pleasant Valley families I want to let you know that buses 28 and 46 will not, will not be running this afternoon. Friday May the 19th. Thank you Mrs. Middlemas
9 months ago, Kim Middlemas
Attention: No School on April 17th- Non-Traditional Instruction Day Students will complete Packet Number 3! To continue to prioritize safety and security of our schools and meet mandatory training requirements by the end of the school year, April 17, 2023, has been announced as an NTID "Climate Control Day" in Marion County Schools. In collaboration with the City of Fairmont PD and the FBI, as well as the MC Sheriff’s Department, we will offer active shooter trainings at nearly half of facilities and schools throughout the county on April 17, 2023. All of our schools are required to complete code drills, review safety and security protocols, and debrief with staff on this day as well. Throughout the year, many of our schools included a 90-minute active shooter training on the 5 Professional Learning days when local law enforcement agencies were available to train and our school calendar permitted. The list of mandatory trainings for school employees is extensive and grows after each Legislative session. There is limited supply of officers certified to offer this training as well as cover their regular duties as well. We are blessed that the City of Fairmont PD, FBI, and Sheriff's Department can collaborate with us to get our remaining schools in on one day, April 17. Because we know that safety and security are one of the main goals of our school systems, and considering nationwide tragedies this year, we continue to work to prepare and train staff and offer the time to do so. Just 3 months ago, in December 2022, we responded to a state-wide 911 hoax that reported a shooter on a campus. MCS responded well and we are proud of all our employees, students, and families in their readiness that day. The recent tragedy at NMHS, though not a drill, was a code. These are just two examples this year in MCS that required whole-school response and we want to ensure our staff is as prepared and can review and debrief for response. We continue to hope an event never occurs but want to prepare our staff as much as possible with resources we have in place. By State policy, our NTID days are limited to 5 days and can be utilized by the superintendent only for weather or an emergency. The priority of safety and security and to complete mandatory active shooter training for all staff before the end of the school year is an emergency. When NTID days are utilized, teachers are available to provide supports to students, and meals are provided in each of our schools. April 17 will be utilized in the same manner as other NTID days with designated times of the active shooter trainings already arranged, time to support students, and service of student meals if needed. This information will be communicated through principals to students and families in advance of April 17.
11 months ago, Brittany Oates
Good Evening Pleasant Valley Families… We have a couple of days this week that our Superintendent would like students to wear special colors, this is not required but as always it is nice to have as many students as possible participate. Thursday-March 30, we are asked to wear black and silver in support of our North Marion Family, who, today, unfortunately lost a special person in their school community. Friday-March 31, we are asked to wear blue to help raise awareness of Child Abuse Prevention Month Thank you! Have a good evening!
11 months ago, Brittany Oates
It's time for Kindergarten registration. If you have a child that will attend "K" next year please let us know so we can send home a packet to complete. Thank you!
about 1 year ago, Kim Middlemas
Thursday, November 3rd ,PTO will be selling Smencils for $2.00 each. Every month they will have different scents.
over 1 year ago, Kim Middlemas
Pleasant Valley Elementary Families: During the period of Sept. 6-16, 2022, MCS will be administering a survey to students, teachers, and families. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The survey is structured around three main areas: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To take the survey, parents/guardians do the following: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password that is unique to your child’s school (copy > paste works best): CMC2PV •When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by Sept. 16, 2022. You need to complete one for each school in which your children are enrolled, using the code for that building above. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of your child’s school or district overall. Thank you.
over 1 year ago, Brittany Oates
Pleasant Valley Elementary Families: During the period of Sept. 6-16, 2022, MCS will be administering a survey to students, teachers, and families. The WE SUPPORT Survey is designed to inform schools and districts about expectations and perceptions the community has about student learning. The survey is structured around three main areas: • Rigor • Relevance • Relationships To take the survey, parents/guardians do the following: • Go to www.wesurvey.org • Enter the case sensitive password that is unique to your child’s school (copy > paste works best): CMC2PV •When all questions have been answered, click Submit for your responses to be recorded. Thank you in advance for completing this survey by Sept. 16, 2022. You need to complete one for each school in which your children are enrolled, using the code for that building above. The insight you provide will be valuable in our ongoing efforts to improve student achievement. WE SUPPORT survey takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous, so please answer all questions honestly. Please try to provide your perceptions and expectations of your child’s school or district overall. Thank you.
over 1 year ago, Marion County Schools
We still have 2021-2022 yearbooks if you would like to purchase one. They are $20.00and located in my office (Mrs. Middlemas).
over 1 year ago, Kim Middlemas
Pleasant Valley will hold it's first LSIC meeting Thursday, September 1st following the PTO meeting at 6:30. During this meeting we will elect 2022-2023 officers.
over 1 year ago, Kim Middlemas
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almost 2 years ago, Marion County Schools
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Breakfast and Lunch updates: Breakfast: Tuesday, 3/1 and Wednesday, 3/2 will be switched so we can have "green eggs & ham" for breakfast on "green eggs & ham day"💚! Lunch Change: Tuesday. March 8th will be corn dogs instead of meatball hoagies.
about 2 years ago, Brittany Oates
Pleasant Valley Families if you would like to order a yearbook here is the email: pleasantvalleyyb@gmail.com Also, will you please complete a climate survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SLESPS22 code: P047212 Thank you, Kim Middlemas
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
PTC will be this Thursday, February 4th, from 3:30 - 6:30. All conferences will be virtual. Teachers will contact you if they have not already. Once again thank you for all your support. Pleasant Valley School would not be the school it is without caring families and staff.
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
Happy New Year!! So proud of the students and teachers that excepted my "reading challenge" and read over the holiday break.
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
Pleasant Valley Families I want to thank you for your kindness and generosity during this holiday season. We have had a great start to the year, I'm looking forward to 2022. I would also like to thank the families whom sent personal gifts as well as so many thoughtful cards. I am truly blessed to be the leader of Pleasant Valley School.
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
The Santa's workshop was a huge success. Thank you for all your support! Mrs. Middlemas
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
On December 7, 2021, we received notification that Pleasant Valley Elementary earned the WVDE Purple Star Award! Visit the websites listed below for more information on WVDE Common Ground Partnership with the Military and information on the WVDE Purple Star Award. https://wvde.us/commonground/ Or https://www.marionboe.com/.../pleasant-valley-elementary
about 2 years ago, Brittany Oates
The image shown is a purple star outlined in gold placed upon a purple shield , with the words "Purple Star Award- West Virginia Department of Education" written below.
Pleasant Valley Families, Good news! Santa's workshop is back!! Mrs. Michael has worked hard to allow students to shop for family and friends. Shopping will take place next week December 6th - 10th. Look for the letter sent home with your child to see what day they will shop.
about 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas
Marion County Schools (MCS) has worked closely with the Marion County Health Department (MCHD) to provide COVID vaccine opportunities for your child. MCS will not be offering clinics. If you wish for your student, age 5 and over, to receive the COVID vaccine the MCHD has opened a link for you to schedule a time that is best for you. You are not obligated to use this clinic option, as there are many local physicians and pharmacies offering the vaccine as well. You may register your child using the following link: https://wvumedicine.org/info/marion-vaccine
about 2 years ago, Robin Haught
Pleasant Valley Families I want to take this time to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you get to spend time with family, friends and loved ones. See you November 29th.
over 2 years ago, Kim Middlemas