PVE End-of-Year Flyer
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Dear PVE Families
The end of the school year is one that is always met with a mix of emotions. These last few days are abundant with opportunities to reflect on memories of success, challenge, celebration, relationship, and any other feeling one might get when working so closely with others. We are mission-minded with our eyes fixed on student growth, and with that, I am ever-grateful to be in a community that focuses on academics, as well as, social development and emotional well-being. The truth is, we are dependent on our partnership with you and your family. You give us the gift of time with your children, and we truly cherish the opportunity to serve. It is truly a precious gift that none of us take for granted.
To the numerous families that will be moving to new schools next year, we will miss you. Most are going to middle school, Trailside, and many are relocating to other schools in Zionsville, Florida, California, South Carolina, and other destinations around the globe. We thank you for your supportive efforts, involvement, and volunteerism. All of these things have made a lasting impact and you have left your mark on Pleasant View Elementary.
Here are few finals reminders as you head into summer:
- PVE Dad's Club Sunset Party and Campout was a HUGE SUCCESS! We were very thankful to find a time to have this event and will sure to become a PVE Dad's Club Tradition. Thanks to our amazing Dad's Club for all of the planning, preparation, and time that it took to have this event.
- PVE Family Input Survey Deadline, extended to May 27th - Deadline for families to complete the PVE Family Input Survey which serves as a mechanism for us to gain important feedback from this school year, as well as to assist us in our planning for next year.
- PVE Summer Hours and Back-to-School Dates are shared below!
- Lost and Found - Starting May 31st and ending June 10th, parents are welcome to come by PVE during our summer hours of 8-2 to rummage through our Lost and Found tables. Please come to Door 14 at your convenience during these days. Please note that we will donate any unclaimed items after June 10th.
- Online Registration for 22-23 is NOW OPEN - As a reminder, ALL students returning next year must have registration completed. This is a yearly requirement. Individual notification emails were sent on 5/10. If you do not see it in your email, it may have gone to your junk/spam folder. If you cannot find the email, no worries - just login to the PowerSchool Parent Portal, select your student and complete registration. Please complete this registration by Wednesday, June 1, 2021. If your child will not be returning to Zionsville Community Schools for the 22-23 school year, please contact our front office and speak with Mrs. Shipman.
We hope everyone has a fantastic summer with your family and friends. We will be thinking of you and planning for your return. The 22-23 school year holds incredible potential and we are very excited for the upcoming school year. Be sure to hug your children, thank your teachers, and love each other well.
We'll see you in August!
Dr. Smith and PVE Staff
Dr. Stacy Smith - Principal of PVE
317-873-2376, extension 17999
4th Grade Promotion Picnic
2022-2023 Summer Hours and Back-to-School Dates
Summer PVE Office Hours:
- Thursday, May 26th-Friday, June 10th - PVE Office Open Hours of 8:00am-2:00pm (M-F, except closed Memorial Day) Lost and Found Available at Door 14 during these days.
- Monday, June 13th -Friday, July 8th - PVE Office Closed for Summer - Call ZCS ESC for assistance or registration inquiries at 317-873-2858
- Monday, July 11th - Tuesday, July 19th - PVE Office Open Hours of 8:00am-2:00pm (M-F)
- Wednesday, July 20th - PVE Office Resumes Normal Business Hours of 7:30am-3:30pm (M-F)
- Tuesday, July 26, 2022 - 1st-4th Grade New Family Welcome Event (5:00-7:00)
- Monday, August 1, 2022 - Kindergarten and Preschool Meet, Greet, and Mingle Night
- Tuesday, August 2, 2022 - 1st-4th Grades Meet the Teacher Night
- Thursday, August 4th, 2022 - First Day of School
- Thursday, August 18, 2022 - Elementary Curriculum Night
- Friday, September 23, 2022 - Jogathon
Textbook Fee Reminder - Due May 25th
If you have not paid your curricular material fees (textbook rental and consumable materials) please do so no later than May 25, 2022 to avoid having your account be sent to collections.
Log into your PowerSchool account and click on the Balance tab to view your outstanding fees.
ILEARN Re-Score Information
Students in grades 3 and 4 concluded ILEARN testing last week. We expect final scores and Individual Student Reports next month and will share those with you at that time. Indiana Code 20-32-5.1-12(d) allows parents an opportunity to request a review for specific open-ended item(s). Click here for more details.
Student Medication Pick-Up Deadline - May 25th (or discarded)
Greetings PVE Families!
It is hard to believe that we are in the final stretch of the 2021-2022 school year! Yet again, we have managed to complete another successful school year thanks to your continued support and patience this year.
As we wrap up this school year be mindful that if your student has any medication in the clinic that it will need to be picked up during normal school hours prior to but no later than Tuesday May 25th. Please know that ANY medication left in the clinic after 3:30 pm on Tuesday May 25th will be discarded. This may include your students Epi Pen, Auvi-q, Inhaler, emergency or routine medication.
As a reminder new documentation must be submitted for the 2022-2023 calendar school year. This includes; medication authorization forms, permission to self-care forms, (Allergy, Asthma, Diabetic, Seizure) care plans, medical or religious exemption statements for immunization as well as updated vaccine records.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.
The PVE Clinic Crew
Keiona K'Peahay, HCP (Mon-Fri)
Peggy Carson, RN (Mon-Wed)
Lianne Donald, RN (Thur-Fri)
Clinic Staff| School Health Program at Pleasant View Elementary
Peyton Manning Children's Hospital | St. Vincent Hospital
4700 S 975 E
Zionsville, IN 46077
PHONE 317-873-2376 ext. 17993
Spring 2022 PVE Family Input Form - Now Due Friday, May 27th
Dear Current (and Future) PVE Families,
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback regarding your child's learning experience this year, along with input as we consider planning for next year. The input you provide in this survey serves two purposes. First, it provides us the opportunity to reflect on our strengths and areas to improve as a building. We readily admit that we, as a staff, must continually reflect and be open to feedback in order for improvement to become a reality. Secondly, the input you provide supports our planning efforts as we strive to create the optimal classroom placement for each student for the 2022-2023 school year.
Please understand that this survey serves as the primary and most effective way for parents to communicate with administration their thoughts about next year's class placement. Please refrain from requesting a specific teacher, and instead focus on the learning style, classroom supports, and interests that most benefit your child. Please complete this form by Friday, May 27th so we may have the opportunity to adequately review your input before the end of the school year.
Your partner in education,
Stacy - PVE Principal
2022-2023 PVE Classroom Supply Lists/Kits
Order Securely Online - Extended through June 26th!
1. Go to www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks .
2. Enter the school ID, PLE035 (3 numbers/3 letters).
3. Follow the directions to complete your order.
4. Keep your online confirmation as your receipt.
*Sales tax will be applied at checkout.
*Please note, that headphones are NOT included in these supply kits.
If you would like to shop for school supplies on your own, our 2022-2023 Supply Lists are available on our PVE website (under Parents Tab), or you can click here!
The Indiana Department of Education requires school districts to identify gifted students and provide them with appropriately differentiated curriculum and instruction. In ZCS, we consider ability and achievement data of all students each spring to identify any who may need curriculum and/or instruction. This spring our team of teachers, licensed in gifted education, will look at all data to make sure that we understand the needs of each student.
Our school district is committed to continuous progress for all students, regardless of designation. Accelerated content is common in our classrooms as are heightened expectations, instructional levels and high-achieving peers. Instructional methods regularly group and regroup students with differentiated materials and goals. Whether or not a child is identified as needing advanced curriculum, our teachers are committed to regular assessment of skills and knowledge and matching experiences to challenge each child and help him or her make maximum academic growth. We are proud to be a high-performing school district with high expectations for all students.
- For students currently in grades K-3: Programming at the elementary level is based on student need for acceleration and enrichment within a cluster group in a general education classroom and not on labels. All student data is reviewed each year to look for several indicators that a child needs advanced instruction in order to grow academically. Our identification team looks at achievement, ability and teacher observational data. Since these vary from year to year with young students, we re-look at every student each spring. Parents will be notified by June 1 if their child has been recommended for more advanced curriculum. If your child was not identified through our extensive process, parents/guardians may appeal the decision. Parents/guardians can complete the appeal process by June 15. Forms are located on the Academics tab of our website under “Advanced Curriculum”: https://4.files.edl.io/039c/01/28/20/182123-3d4a9f45-de63-4549-95a9-0341f67290eb.pdf
Note: If your child is currently identified as needing more advanced curriculum in grades 1-4, you will not receive an email because this placement will continue for the next school year.
- For students currently in grade 4: All students are considered and more formally identified for high ability each year throughout middle school where they are placed in a class with high ability curriculum. Our identification team considers either achievement (NWEA) or ability (CogAT/OLSAT) when making decisions. Parents will be notified by June 1 if their child has been recommended for differentiation based on the need for accelerated instruction and curriculum. If your child was not identified through our extensive process, parents may appeal the decision. Parents can complete the appeal process by June 15. Forms are located on the Academics tab of our website under “Advanced Curriculum”: https://4.files.edl.io/9ed3/07/24/19/163425-9b8daab0-04e6-4efb-acd8-f68c3aec4318.pdf
Above and Beyond
Visitor and Volunteer Procedures
During the school day, all volunteers are expected to check in at the front office. Prior to the volunteer opportunity, all volunteers must sign a CoVID Non-disclosure Acknowledgement Form and have successfully completed a Full Criminal History Background Check.. Necessary background check paperwork is available on the ZCS website at the Volunteers/BRAVO link and should be submitted at least 10 days prior to the intended volunteer date. Volunteers must also view the state mandated confidentiality/bullying video, provided on the Volunteer/BRAVO website. The volunteer will pay the fee for the full background check which will expire after 5 years.
During the school day, all visitors must enter via the front door and sign-in at the front office. Visitors need to be prepared to present a government issued photo ID which will be scanned against the National Sex Offender Registry. All visitors will be issued a visitor badge/tag to be worn inside the building at all times. Visitors other than parents/guardians must be prearranged and organized through the main office.