The Valley View
Weekly Family Newsletter, October 23, 2020
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.
MATERIALS PICK UPS FOR VIRTUAL ONLY LEARNERS
ALERT FOR FAMILIES WHO ORDER LUNCH WEEKLY
This information has been updated since the last week's newsletter.
Please don't miss this information.
A MESSAGE FOR OUR SIXTH GRADE FAMILIES
Attention 6th Grade Explorer PARENTS:
We need YOU to make this year amazing for our 6th graders!
If you are able to help in any capacity, please reach out to Megan Sakhleh @ email@example.com or 609.254.9172 at your earliest convenience.
Once we have all of our committee members, we will have a Zoom meeting on
Tuesday, November 10th @ 7pm to gather suggestions and develop committees.
Thank you in advance for volunteering; we can't make this year awesome without YOU!
(click the link)
TOYS FOR TOTS
The web address to access this is: https://wenonah-nj.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx?nPageID=100&nPreviewInd=200
Parents can also google "Gloucester County NJ Toys for Tots" and follow the directions for applying for toys.
Collection and distribution of the toys will be held at the municipal building in town.
HALLOWEEN AT PVS, PLEASE READ
We'll see you on Friday, October 30th!
A PEEK AT NEXT WEEK
Monday, October 26th, Day 4
- Board of Education Meeting at 7PM; see link on district's website
Wednesday, October 28th, Day 6
- Homework Hiatus
Friday, October 30th, Day 2
- Halloween Parades (see the notice above regarding Halloween activities)
Further out on our calendar . . .
- November 2 - 6, Fall Break and NJEA Convention
- November 9, School Resumes
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.