THE VALLEY VIEW
WEEK OF 11/06-11/10
Monday, November 6 (Day 6): Practice Lockdown at Lunch/Recess during Lunch/Recess Periods in Cafeteria and Early Dismissal (no lunches served)-PM Parent Conferences
Tuesday, November 7 (Day 1): Early Dismissal (no lunches served)-Parent Conferences
Wednesday, November 8 (Day 2): Early Dismissal (no lunches served)-Parent Conferences
Thursday, November 9: School Closed (NJEA Teacher Convention)
Friday, November 10: School Closed (NJEA Teacher Convention)
GLANCE INTO NOVEMBER
November 1-8: District Food Drive
November 13: World Kindness Day: Wonder Project Assembly
November 17: Spirit Day "Crazy Hair Day"
November 22: Early Dismissal (no lunches served) and Screen Free Day
November 23 & 24: School Closed for Thanksgiving Recess
November 28: Explorer of Character Recognition Breakfast 7AM in PVS Cafeteria (email notices send to families last week of students nominated)
November 30: iReady Recognition Certificates
PVS Egg Drop
Thank you Harrison Township Fire Department and PVS staff and students for a fun Egg Drop day!
PVS Egg Drop
Thank you Mrs. Markey for showing our students the STEM process and testing out their projects from afar on the fire truck ladder!
The Wonder Project Assembly on November 13th: World Kindness Day
Over the summer our students and staff read The Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling. The main character is a thirteen year old girl named Aven, who was born with no arms. School can be tricky for any student, but having such a difference to begin with is huge. Aven is not only brave, but kind and thoughtful, as are her parents who have raised her to be as independent as possible. This kindness stretches out to her new friends who don’t have the same support system from home. This fictional novel is about belonging and how each person has something significant to offer the world.
On November 13th our students will attend an assembly called the Wonder Project. The focus of this assembly will be about the importance of the life long lesson of accepting others for who they are. Our presenter Dina Zuckerberg aims to teach students the importance of empathy, inclusivity, and being an upstander to conflicts and/or bullying. November 13th is also Kindness Day, in which we always strive for kindness to be the norm in our schools and communities. We encourage you to speak with your child about this assembly.
Clearview Youth Lacrosse Club Spring 2024- Flyer
Clearview Youth Lacrosse Club 2024 Spring Registration For boys and girls Pre-k - 8th grade Girls and Boys, Grades 1st - 8th will practice 2 to 3 times per week at PVS or William Wilt. Practices will begin in January/February and games will begin mid-to-late March. Grades 3rd - 8th will pla...