PVE New Family Welcome Event
Monday, July 26th from 5:00-6:00pm
Welcome to Pleasant View Elementary!
Dear New Families,
You are cordially invited to an optional event for new Preschool and 1st - 4th grade students and their families to Pleasant View Elementary School. You are not alone...we have many new students this year! The event allows new students and their families to become acclimated with our school building and learn some specific information about PVE. We recognize that some families may not be new to Pleasant View, but have a new student joining us. If you would like to come to help familiarize your newest PVE student with our building, we would love to have you attend as well.
We will have a brief informational session starting at 5:00 followed by school tours led by our school team. There will also be representatives from some of our school and district departments available to answer your questions during the event. For those attending the event, please note that wearing a mask indoors is strongly recommended for individuals not fully vaccinated until further notice, as per CDC recommendation.
Please RSVP using the link below or by clicking here.
Our office will is now open for any questions you may have. We have also included additional information that you may find helpful for preparing for the 21-22 school year below. Enjoy the remaining days of summer!
All the Best,
Stacy and Jodi
Dr. Stacy Smith - Principal of PVE
317-873-2376, extension 17999
Mrs. Jodi Morrow - Assistant Principal of PVE
317-873-2376, extension 17994
Summer Hours and Important 21-22 School Dates
July 19 - July 23 - PVE Office Opens to the Public from 8:00-2:00
July 26 - PVE Office Resumes Normal Public Office Hours of 7:30-3:30
Monday, July 26 - New Family Welcome Event at PVE (5:00-6:00) for PreK, 1st-4th grade families new to PVE
Thursday, July 29th - Kdg Strong Start Welcome Event at PVE (5:00-6:30) for kindergarten students and their parents only - this event is a combination of a welcome event and an opportunity to meet their teacher/see their classroom/drop-off supplies
Friday, July 30th - PVE Meet the Teacher Event for PreK, 1st-4th grade students and their parents to come to PVE to drop-off school supplies (or organize their PTO supply kit), meet their teacher, and see their classroom
Monday, August 2nd - Last Day of Summer Break!
Tuesday, August 3rd - 1st Day of School
Thursday, August 19th - PVE Curriculum Night - more details to come!
2021-2022 School Supply Information
Meet the Teacher Night - Friday, July 30th from 5:00-7:00pm
Please be on the look-out for our PVE Family Flyer, coming out later this week with the specific time your family is slated to attend our Meet the Teacher Night.
ZCS GROW/Child Care Options for Beyond the Instructional Day
The school day hours for 1st-4th grade students are 7:50/8:00 - 2:30 each day, our Kindergarten hours are 8:50/9:00 - 2:30, and our preschool hours vary based on program type, but most are from 8:15-2:45 each day. Due to our hours, some families require before/after care for their children. In addition, some are interested to see what types of extra-curricular programs are offered within ZCS. The GROW division of ZCS is the arm of our district that offers optional fee-based programs and care options for ZCS students and their families. Please see the link below for more details and information on how to sign-up for one of our GROW programs.
- Before and After-School Care (BAC) is available for all PVE students, and the before/after school starts at 6:45am and extends childcare from 2:30 to 6:00pm.
- Kindergarten Bridge and Early Start Spanish are optional, fee based programs that “bridge” the time between the 7:50-8:00 arrival time for 1st-4th grade students, and the start of the instructional day for Kindergarten students, which is 8:50-9:00.
- Access Days Care provides a childcare option for when school is not in session for parents who need care for their children during some of the school breaks during the year.
- Eagle Rec (ERE) offers fee based programs in a variety of interest areas, which typically start after school has already begun around Labor Day.