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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.
Learner Profile of the Month: Communicator
As a PVMS Family, we focus on a different Learner Profile (a trait that we strive to display to become the best people possible) every month. For April, we are focusing on being Communicators. We are Communicators when we express ideas and information confidently, often in more than one language. We work well with others. PVMS staff members have yellow #IBSTRONG tickets that they are giving out throughout the month to students who are displaying that they are Communicators. Teachers will also be choosing students for “Student of the Month” who are an example to others in exemplifying that they are Communicators. We encourage students to wear yellow on Fridays during April 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.
February Caring Students of the Month
March Balanced Students of the Month
Spring 2018 Testing Dates
- All students received an important letter regarding Spring 2018 testing dates, which went home with report cards on Monday, April 2nd. Please ask your student for this letter. A copy of this letter can also be found on our PVMS website, under the link labeled “Testing” or in the PDF below.
- Students receive free breakfast on their testing day from the PVMS cafeteria.
- Any questions regarding FSA, End-of Course, and District Finals testing, please contact Alyssa Quina at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Road to Become an IB World School
IMPORTANT TDAP Letter for Current Year 1 Families
St. Joseph's Hospital's Annual Prom Sponsor a Child
Take Your Sons & Daughters to Work Day
**Please complete the Prearranged Form prior to April 26th and the Take Your Child to Work Worksheet (to be completed the day of the event) that are included directly below this article of the newsletter to participate in this day.**
For parents NOT employed by Pasco County Schools:
The national Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work day is scheduled for Thursday, April 26th. This day falls during the Year Two FSA exam window. There is not testing for Years One and Three students on this national day. With this in mind, we will use the same process we’ve used the past couple of years for parents who wish to take their children to work with them at their place of employment outside the district. A principal may allow a parent to take his or her son or daughter out of school to participate in the national event if the student DOES NOT have a scheduled FSA on Thursday, April 26th, AND the parent has PREARRANGED the student’s absence with his or her principal and teacher(s).
For parents employed by Pasco County Schools:
District employees who wish to bring their school-age son or daughter to work with them may do so on Monday, May 21st. Employees also must PREARRANGE their children’s absences with their principals and teachers if they plan to participate on May 21st.
Year 3 Dance
Where: Land O Lakes High School
Who: PVMS Year 3 students only. No guests are permitted.
Students must stay through their 3rd period class on 5/23 before checking out for the day for pre-dance appointments, etc.
Boys: No jeans or shorts
Girls: No jeans or shorts. Modest dresses that are not revealing on the front or back side of dress. May be strapless and/or spaghetti straps but must have full coverage. Dresses should not be shorter than finger tip length.
Congratulations to an outstanding Communicator--Hanna Holmes! Hanna is the winner of the PVMS TedX who will be representing us at district! Hanna will be presenting her speech, “The Disgusting Violation of Human Rights in US Female Correctional Facilities,” at the Pasco County School District Tedx even on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at the Center for the Arts at River Ridge, 2-5pm.
Additional kudos to PVMS’ other great TedX Communicators: Ella Knouse (Runner-Up), Anna Depue, Kennady Gennusa, Mae Morton, and Kobi Page.
PVMS is Awarded an Edible School Garden Grant!
Pine View Middle School is excited to have been awarded the 2018 Edible School Garden Grant! There was an overwhelming response to the grant and we are excited to be to be provided with an approximate value of $100 in supplies for our school garden.
Thank you to the Student Wellness Policy Council for your support of growing students minds with the implementation of an edible school garden!
PVMS Students Shine at the Fair!
Showing animals at fair is not just about walking your animal in the ring- students must keep records of all expenses and products, conduct research on their animal, and research related diseases and other health care factors. Students completed a two hour test on the health of their species, body parts and skills related to properly caring for their animal. These students were also judged on how they were able to handle and work their animal, as well as their animal's features. A lot of hard work goes into being able to exhibition at fair- it is much more than just feeding and watering an animal.
Congratulations to these students on all of their hard work and accomplishments!
Autumn Gaddie- blue showmanship, red show
Joanne Curran- red showmanship, white show
Ansley Bowman- red showmanship, red show
Lexi Brown- red showmanship, red show
Peyton McKenzie- red showmanship, red show
Gianna Suarez x2- red showmanship, red show
Peyton McKenzie- red show
Sarah Clay- 1st decorated egg, red show, 1st in show, red showmanship
Julia Mathews- best of breed
David Aprile- best of breeds x2, champion layer
Connor Pawlowski- 3rd in show, red showmanship
FSF Breeding Heifer
Autumn Gaddie- blue showmanship, white show
Kyla Sterner- blue showmanship, blue show
Joanne Curran- blue showmanship, red show
Gianna Suarez- 5th in class
David Aprile- 6th in class
Kyla Sterner- white skillathon
Sarah Clay- white showmanship, 1st in show
Joanne Curran- red showmanshp, maroon show
Jana Swank- red showmanship, 1st show
Lexi Brown- red showmanship, maroon show
Monica Martinez- red showmanship, maroon show
Nya Mantilla- red showmanship, maroon show
Reese McCandrew- white showmanship, maroon show
Savannah Price- red showmanship, maroon show
Peyton McKenzie- red showmanship, maroon show
Abigayle Reyes- red showmanship, maroon show
Kadence Wolden- white showmanship, 3rd in show
Hannah Forkum- red showmanship, maroon show
Kyla Sterner- red poster, white record book
Nya Mantilla- best of breed, best of variety, 2nd in record book, red poster, white breeds test, white showmanship
Hannah Forkum- 2nd place breeds test, white record book
Monica Martinez- best in opposite breed, best in opposite variety, white record book, white breeds test, white showmanship
Savannah Price- 3rd place decorated rabbit, 3rd place record book, 3rd place breeds test, 3rd place overall exhibitor, reserve champion
Danny Urbonas- reserve champion, class winner Asiatic, 2nd place showmanship
David Aprile- class winner, 3rd place showmanship, 1st educational poster
Sarah Clay- best of breed, 3rd place decorated egg
Peyton McKenzie- 5th place show
Joanne Curran- 2nd showmanship
Kyla Sterner- 6th in show
Joanne Curran- 2nd in show
Autumn Gaddie- 5th in show
End of Year Report Card Access
Music Performance Assessment
Attention Pasco eSchool Students!
FFA Beef Stick Fundraiser
After school tutoring available!
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Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel: Thank you for sponsoring our Panther Pride program!
MIDFLORIDA Credit Union: Thank you for sponsoring out Student Shout Outs!