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PVMS Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide a rigorous, world-class education which inspires students to become active, compassionate, and collaborative lifelong learners who understand and respect other people and their differences.
Pine View Middle School is Pasco County's First International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme World School
We are so excited to partner with you through this next phase in our journey!
All-State Middle School Honor Band
All County Band Students
Apps parents should know about
Here's some very helpful information from the Sarasota Sheriff to keep you children safe online:
myStudent Portal- Check Grades!
IB Learner Profile of the Month: Risk-taker
As a PVMS Family, we focus on a different IB Learner Profile (a trait that we strive to display to become the best people possible) every month. For November, we are focusing on being Risk-takers. We are Risk-takers when we approach unfamiliar situations and uncertainties with courage and forethought. PVMS staff members will award PBIS points to students who are displaying that they are Risk-takers. Teachers will also be choosing students for “Student of the Month” who are an example to others in exemplifying that they are Risk-takers. We encourage students to wear brown on Fridays during November to represent our Learner Profile of the month.
You will see signs displaying the Learner Profiles throughout the school. The profiles are also posted above the white board in each classroom. Teachers have a second set of magnetic Learner Profiles that will make it easier to highlight which Profiles are relevant to the current classroom activity.
Knowledgeable Students of the Month
Florida Recreation and Park Association Voluntary Service Award
DIstrict FInals and Quarterly Checks Schedules
Pasco Pathways Window Information
Want a PVMS Hoodie or a Sweatshirt??
A link to FortifyFL is available on all staff and student my Pasco Connect accounts. Pasco County Schools will soon be adding FortifyFL information to each school website and the Pasco County Schools website. FortifyFL information is also available to each student and family on the inside back cover of the 2019-2020 student planner.
#IBCommunicator Weekly School Connect Message from Principal Warren
- a 2.0 from the previous semester GPA (current Year 1 and 2 students' eligibility will be determined based upon 2nd semester of the 2018-2019 school year
All forms and information can be found on the PVMS webpage under the "Athletics" tab under "School Information".
Shout-outs for PVMS Staff!
"Never underestimate the power of a random compliment."
Have you had a great experience with a staff member and want to share it? Please click the link below!
Reporting a Student Absence
1. Go to the PVMS website and click on Absence located under the “Contact” tab.
2. Send in a note upon your student’s return to school.
Remind Codes and Syllabi
Dance Department Performance Date
Friday, December 13th. Showtime is at 7:00pm in the PVMS Gym.
PBIS Store and Letters
Are you interested in volunteering? Corporal has an opportunity!
Florida PTA Legislative Conference
Please see the link here for more information!
Year 1 Resource Sheet
Exploravision Has Come to Year 3 Sciences!
Adventure Society has three upcoming trips with spots still available!
England, Ireland & Scotland 2020
Italy, Greece & the Greek Isles 2021
Links are on the PVMS website under Students>Clubs>Adventure Society
Year 3 End of Year Activities
It may seem early, but now is the time to begin thinking about the end of your child’s middle school experience. We have several promotional activities planned.
Friday, May 15, 2020: Year 3 Universal Studios’/Islands of Adventure’s Gradventure
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 9-10 a.m.: Year 3 Community Project Celebration
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 from 6-8 p.m. at LOLHS: Year 3 Dance
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 10 a.m. –12 p.m.: Year 3 Awards
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12-2:40 p.m.: Year 3 Lunch/Field Day
On Friday, May 15th students are off to Orlando to celebrate the end of their middle school years with other Year 3 students from around the state at Universal Studios’/Islands of Adventure’s Gradventure.
On Tuesday, May 26th Year 3 students are invited to dress their best and dance the night away at Land O’ Lakes High School. Snacks, beverages and great memories are included. The theme and more information will be announced, as we get closer to the dance.
The last day of school, Wednesday, May 27th, starts off with an awards assembly for our Year 3 students. Parent invites will be sent home for those students being recognized in May. The awards assembly is then followed by lunch and Year 3 Field Day. Details will be announced as we get closer to this celebration.
Odyssey of the Mind
Enjoy thinking outside the box? Join Odyssey of the Mind! Participating in Odyssey of the Mind provides you the opportunity to learn creative problem solving, teamwork and self-reliance while having fun solving a problem and creating a presentation with your own ideas and those of your team mates. Although you have an adult coach (usually a parent) to support and advise you, all the ideas and the work on the solution come from the team members. It all culminates in a multi-school regional competition in late February/early March and a chance for the highest scored teams to compete at the State Tournament in Orlando and maybe even the OM World Finals.
Interested students (and adults interested in coaching a team) can complete the form at: https://pvms.pasco.k12.fl.us/4297-2/
For more information please contact Pine View’s OM coordinator Nilsa Calabria, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (813) 794-4800, Ext. 44901 or (813) 618-8995.
Birthday Grams Available!
Staff Shout Outs!
"Mr. Marshall spends countless after school hours with the kids at the Barn. I love how he takes time to make every effort he can a teachable moment for the kids. He held the first official FFA Meeting this year and really did a great job telling all about the future of Agriculture to the parents and kids. Being an Agriculture Teacher in this day and age has to be challenging. He accepts all challenges and does an out standing job. My daughter Jasmine Rodgers just adores his knowledge in the field." -Ms. Sims
“Mrs. Davis is the Leader of the Adventure Society as well as a History teacher, her vision inspires our love of travel. She is a risk-taker taking a group of 30 mostly students out of their comfort zone, caring enough to make sure everyone is taking care of, comfortable and enjoying the trip as well as being an amazing communicator for all of our enjoyment. She tirelessly lead our group throughout the Eastern Seaboard for an education like no other, actually visiting our Nation’s history making States. Mrs. Davis smiled every day, no matter how many people were needing her input, direction as well as a mothers nurturing when a student was feverishly ill. Mrs. Davis is a gift and we are so very happy to have spent 11 of the most intense days with her & her best friend & husband Luke, we are blessed. Just a wonderful human being!”- Mrs. Sosulski
“Last year was a really hard transition for my daughter. She moved to a new state, a new school, and started middle school. She struggled with the transition and finding a good group of friends. Thanks to the military, she has had to get use to the inconsistent life of a military brat. The one thing that has always remained consistent in her life is her love for basketball. Mrs Maus showed up at one of her basketball games to show her support. It was on a Saturday too. It really touched her heart seeing Mrs. Moss in the stands rooting for her. Mrs. Maus showed how caring can go so far and really make someone feel appreciated. It showed us that she is truly rooting for our daughter. Thank you Mrs. Maus!”- Mrs. Kuberski
"I’m so thankful for the attention and caring response received from Rebecca Cardinale when I mentioned that my daughter was having a challenge with carrying her backpack because of the weight. (My daughter has back issues). Ms. Cardinale immediately responded with concern and was able to resolve the issue by talking with the teachers who allowed my daughter to leave some items in the classrooms, even going as far as offering her own desk as a drop off and pick up of a binder as needed. But we didn’t need to do that because just removing two or three spirals lightened up the backpack. Ms. Cardinale definitely displayed the Caring, Thinker, Open-minded and Communicator IB Learner profiles. She’s one awesome Panther!”- Mrs. Spinkle