August 23, 2021

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Hello Pleasant View Families,

Global pandemic aside, there isn’t a more exciting way to start the school year than as the principal of Pleasant View Elementary School! I am so excited and grateful to serve your family this year. I cannot wait for the first day of school when I will have the opportunity to meet all of our incredible learners. I know that this year, like every other, will present itself with unique challenges, but I also know that together we can overcome any obstacle.

Here’s just a little bit about me and my life outside of education. My husband, Chris and I have two children. Iliana is a third-grader and Cruz is a first-grader. As a parent of two elementary school students, I completely understand the challenges and rewards of this particular age group. There is really nothing like it! As a family, we love hiking, playing board games, and having fun movie nights. Our two favorite activities are watching Star Wars together and exploring a new state park. (Our goal is to see all 41 state parks and so far we have been to 22!)

Parents and guardians, I am really looking forward to meeting you and working with you this year. Please reach out to me with your questions or concerns.


Alejandra Ovalle-Krolick (Mrs. O.K)


Please click here to read our Evacuation Letter regarding the drill that will take place for all in-person students the first week of school.


New Positions at PV/District: We warmly welcome and/or congratulate . . .

Christine Maas - 4K teacher (from SG)

Morgan Nickels - 1st-grade teacher

Sarah Erkfitz - 2nd grade teacher

Molly Michel - 3rd grade teacher

Morgan Wittman - 4th grade teacher

The following PV Staff Members have relocated to another elementary building to teach this school year:

Mary Agostini - 1st Grade at SG

Tracy Kaun - 1st Grade at RW

We wish all of our past and present staff a happy and healthy school year!

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We are holding our in-person open house event this WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25th from 5:30-7pm. Teachers** will be available to meet and greet students and families.

Please note for Open House that masks are recommended and not required by all visitors in the building. In an effort to reduce the possibility of virus spread before schools begin, we ask that during Open House time, you please visit your child’s classroom, drop off necessary supplies and minimize the amount of time spent in the building. Any groups that will be sharing resources or offerings (PTO, Scouts, etc) are being asked to set up tables outside to reduce congregations in the building. **4K staff will not be in attendance at Open House and will schedule "Getting To Know You Day" time with families during the first few days of school.


School Pictures will take place during the school day on Thursday, September 9th. Our Make-up/Retake Day will be Tuesday, October 12th. If you are unable to make it on either of those days, please contact the School and Sport Pics New Berlin office at 262-780-2901 to set up an appointment.

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Please remember to pack daily snacks for your students. Snacks should follow the district wellness policy by limiting snacks to fruits, vegetables, cheese, yogurt and meat unless teacher discretion warrants further limitations. Examples include fresh fruit, applesauce pouches, fruit cups, raisins, carrots, celery, peppers, string cheese, cheese cubes, deli meat, meat sticks.


Thank you to all of our families who have completed Online Check-In this year! We appreciate your participation and cooperation with this new process. Checking-in helps us schedule students into classes and verifies we have all the correct information for your family. If you have not checked in yet, you need to call our office as soon as possible at 414-423-4650.


Just a reminder that if you have any forms such as your child’s birth certificate, proof of residency or immunization records that need to be turned in, feel free to stop by the office prior to the start of school to drop those off. Please call first (414) 423-4650 to ensure that a staff member is available.


If your student will require ANY (over the counter or

prescription) medication for the 21-22 school year
Please fill out the Request to Administer Medication
form found on our district website and have it signed by
your physician.

Starting August 30th, all medication can be dropped off at the school in its original container along with this form.


4K & Kindergarten students will be picked up and dropped off with other elementary students at a designated stop. A parent or designee must assume responsibility for the child at the stop when dropped off.

If parents would like to designate a person other than themselves, they can send an email to

In regards to same day notification (this should only be done for emergencies), please call First Student Busing at 414-422-2020 so they can pass along the information to the bus driver.


It is essential to note that student absences are now reported using THIS FORM. The Absence Reporting Form is also located as a button on the Pleasant View webpage and under the “Parents Information” section. This form will require you to enter your child’s six-digit student ID number and birthdate before you can report your child absent.

The Absence Reporting Form should be used to report ANY attendance change including late arrivals, early departures, and pre planned absences for both in-person and virtual students.


Interested in joining Cub Scouts? On Wednesday August 25th, stop by our booth at the PV

Open House and learn about Cub Scouts and Pack 538. Parents and potential new cub scouts

(children who will be in grades Kindergarten (K5) through 5th Grade for School Year 2021-2022)

who are not already members of Pack 538 are welcome to attend and join. Come meet the

Pack Leaders, sample some Scout Popcorn, and register your Scout to join. Scouts have year-

round fun with STEM events, community service, camping and more. Contact Tim Bienzen, at

414-793-9245 or with questions. Visit for more



Tryouts for the Franklin Youth Boys Basketball Club (FYBBC) 2021-22 season will take place between September 12 – 16 per the following schedule:

Sunday, September 12 @ Franklin High School

6th grade 10:00 -11:30 am

7th grade 11:45 am - 1:15 pm

8th grade 1:30-3:00 pm

Monday, September 13 @ Forest Park Middle School

4th grade 5:45-7:00 pm

5th grade 7:15-8:45 pm

Tuesday, September 14 @ Forest Park Middle School

4th grade 5:45-7:15 pm

7th grade 7:30-9:00 pm

Wednesday, September 15 @ Forest Park Middle School

6th grade 5:45-7:15 pm

8th grade 7:30-9:00 pm

Thursday, September 16 @ Forest Park Middle School

5th grade 5:45-7:15 pm


Sing! Dance! Act! Join Character Kids for a fun-filled theatre class at Country Dale on Wednesdays, 4-5 pm, starting September 22nd! Students will learn the basics of acting, singing and musical theatre dance through theatre games, skill building exercises and work on a group song or scene. Parents are invited to a special performance on the last day of class! Focus is put on developing imagination, social skills and a positive self image through the performing arts. Click HERE for more info or to register.


Earn Box Tops with Digital Receipts!

If you’re shopping online for groceries or get emailed receipts, you can still earn Box Tops for Pleasant View!! For more information, please visit

Scanning is easy!!

• download the Box Tops for Education app at the App Store

• Sign up for Free

• Enter Pleasant View Elementary School

• Start scanning! (Scan receipt within 14 days of purchase)

• For more information, please visit

***The next submission date is in October (before the 11/1/20 Box Tops expiration date), so don’t feel rushed to get physical Box Tops in before this school year ends. September is perfect! ***Please continue to scan your receipts within two weeks for digital-only items.


The District has joined “Speak Up Speak Out Wisconsin” for threat or incident reporting. This takes the place of our previous “StopIt” reporting form. Click on this link to view the new form. You will notice as you start typing the name of your school, the choices for schools narrows so you can select your school. By selecting your school, this report goes to the principal or local law enforcement when needed. The video linked below gives a good overview of how “Speak Up Speak Out Wisconsin” works and is good to review with your family.

Going forward, we will have a graphic for Speak Up Speak Out Wisconsin at the bottom of each newsletter that you can click on for quick access to report incidents if needed. You can also add the Speak Up Speak Out App on your phone for quick reporting by utilizing these links: iOS | Android

Speak Up Speak Out WI


Please be sure to read the newest District Newsletter that comes out now every Friday. You can access all the issues here. If you know of any children in Franklin ages 2-18, there is a weekly signup form to pick up food while schools are closed.