The Valley View
Weekly Family Newsletter, March 5, 2021
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH COLLECTION
All donations are due by March 24th and will be given to The Eleanor Corbett House, a women's shelter in nearby Glassboro. Please help if you are able.
To represent AM, PM, and virtual students equally, we need parents to submit their candid pictures to the yearbook. Click the button to see the flyer and learn more.
Picture Day Snaps at Home - Time is Running Out to Submit Your Picture
Lifetouch is offering an updated version of Snaps @ Home, a feature on their app that lets parents upload their own picture as a school picture. They add the school photo background in the app, and then can send the digital picture to email@example.com to be used in the yearbook. Families will have to order a photo package. The packages start at $4.99, and we are asking that our families use the blue background to keep the photos uniform. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
If your student missed having his/her picture made and you would like them in the yearbook, please participate before the deadline.
HERE is information about Picture Days Snaps @ Home
FAQs about Snaps- click HERE
Picture Day Snaps at Home will be available through March 2021.
Parents/Guardians are required to login to the parent portal and complete the daily COVID 19 Student Screener prior to sending their child(ren) to school. Click the button for directions.
A PEEK AT NEXT WEEK
March - "Try Hard, Do Your Best" month
Week of March 8-12
Monday, March 8, Day 4
Tuesday, March 9, Day 5
Wednesday, March 10, Day 6
Thursday, March 11, Day 1
- Last Day of the Second Trimester
Friday, March 12
- School Closed
- Parent conferences
Sunday, March 14
- Daylight savings time - Move clocks forward!
Click the button to access the handbook calendar. It's also available on the district's website under the Calendar heading.
Click the button to access the district's Code of Conduct
Pleasant Valley School
The Harrison Township School District is an inclusive community that is child-centered, progressive, and future driven. Respectful of history and tradition, the communities of Jefferson, Richwood, Ewan, and Mullica Hill aim to provide all children with the opportunity to develop their intellectual, physical, and social-emotional selves to be empathetic contributors in our global society.