PVES Parent Newsletter

Week of Aug 19-23

Girl Scouts

The Girls Scouts will have an interest and informational meeting August 20th at 6 pm in the cafeteria. Use the gym side entrance to enter the building.


Beginning MONDAY, AUGUST 19, all visitors coming into the building will begin using our new Raptor Visitor Management System when signing in at the front office.


The Principal and former PTO officers will meet shortly to develop next steps in re-establishing the SSO (School Support Organization).


Did you know you can limit what your child spends in the lunch line. Check out the nutrition tab in Skyward. It will save you money!

Skyward Preview: Family Access

Nicole Hackett

Ms. Hackett will be taking over for Ms. Ranallo Tuesday this week. It is with great joy we welcome her back home to PVES

Beth Nicholson

Ms. Nicholson will be joining our 1st grade team. Due to enrollment we are need of another teacher. The school will select students from each class to place with Ms. Nicholson. She will have a few days to engage and get to know the school before the move. It is with great honor we welcome her to PVES.


August 20: Girl Scout information night in Cafeteria from 6-7

September 2: No School Labor Day

September 6: Progress Reports

September 16-20: Book Fair

September 19: Book Fair Night 6-8

September 27: Early Dismissal 11:45

October 14-18: Fall Break

October 25: Report Cards

November 1: Parent Teacher Conference Day 11-7

November 11: No School Veterans Day

November 15: Progress Reports

November 27-29: No School Thanksgiving

December 20: Half-day 10:45 dismissal

January 7: Students report back

January 10: Report Cards

January 20: No School MLK day

February 7: Progress Reports

February 14: Early Dismissal 11:45

February 17: No School Presidents day

March 20: Report cards

March 30-April 3: Spring Break

April 10: No School Good Friday

April 13-17: Kindergarten Registration Week

April 17: Kindergarten Round-up 5-7

April 24: Progress reports

May 20: Last Full Day for Students

May 22: Report Card Day


Pleasant View Elementary School provides a safe, caring, respectful, engaged learning environment for our students. Using collaboration, assessment data, and strong instructional practices students will develop, grow, and own their learning. Students will expand their character and leadership in order to be successful moving forward.