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2018-2019 New (Non PV) Student Enrollment Information

Posted April 20th, 2018

Enrollment for new students to Pleasant Valley for the 2018-2019 school year is now available!  Click here to head to our new student enrollment page and get your NEW student enrolled for the 2018-2019 school year at PV!

Enrollment for existing PV students will come out on May 1st.


Annual PVEF Golf Benefit

Posted April 10th, 2018

The annual Pleasant Valley Educational Foundation golf outing is rapidly approaching!  Mark your calendars for Monday, April 30, at Palmer Hills Golf Course and participate in the Pleasant Valley Educational Foundation’s premier fundraiser.  The Foundation has awarded more than $700,000 in scholarships since 1991.  This year, the Foundation will give over 90 scholarships to graduating PVHS seniors.

We want you to participate in the fun! To golf, be a hole sponsor or donate a prize, fill out the below form and email to or mail to Hannah Thomsen at 525 Belmont Road Bettendorf, IA 52722.  See you on the 30th!

** POST EDIT: As of 4/24/18, the Golf Benefit is FULL and will not be able to accommodate any more golfers.  We can still take on more hole sponsors at this time!**

Click here to download the event brochure and registration paperwork.

Pleasant Valley Educational Foundation Holds Golf Benefit on April 24


Posted April 3rd, 2018

Mr. William. Myatt, Pleasant Valley High School in Bettendorf, has been selected by the National Federation of State High School Associations to receive the National Federation Sectional Speech, Debate, and Theatre Award for the nation. There are only 8 recipients of the sectional award in the United States this year. Mr. Myatt was selected as a sectional recipient from recommendations made this fall from the Iowa High School Speech Association.

Mr. Myatt has been involved with IHSSA activities for over 25 years. He has managed district LG contest and has been involved with many aspects of the IHSSA such as being a State Officer, the state representative at several district contests, IE All-State committee member, and presenter at the IHSSA convention several times. He has also hosted Judge Certification at Pleasant Valley and continues to be a leader in the SE District of the Iowa High School Speech Association.

Mr. Myatt has been an exceptional leader in the Pleasant Valley school system and works as a mentor to young teachers in his role as supervising teacher. In 2005 he was inducted into the Educational Theatre Association Hall of Fame and the Iowa Educational Theatre Association Hall of Fame.  He has also served as the national President for the Education Theatre Association and on their board of directors. Mr. Myatt’s students have been selected to perform mainstage shows at the National EdTA conference several summers.

The National Federation Interscholastic Speech, Theatre and Debate Educator Award was first given in 1988 when seven individuals received sectional awards.  Since that time, 204 sectional and 340 state awards have been presented.  Nominations for this award are solicited from all fifty states. Awards for state and section are not automatically given.

The IHSSA has been very fortunate to have had a state or sectional recipient for this award every year since its inception. Past inductees have been:

1989  John Burke, Anita                                     2003  Dan Putz, Independence

1990  Helen Slattum, Lake Mills                        2004  Kennon Balster, Clarinda

1991  Frances Hedeman, Dubuque                  2005  Mary Campbell, CR Prairie

1992  John Gibson, Council Bluffs                     2006  Brad Nesbitt, Alta

1993  Beverly Weseman, Sioux City                 2007   Nancy Libke,Sumner-Fredericksburg

1994  Jay Shelp, Sheldon                                    2008  Marty Bangston, Shenandoah

1995  William Hultman, Keota          2009  David Wendt, Keokuk

1996  Karen Tilton, Maquoketa                         2010  Terry Coleman, Fort Dodge

1997  Jerry Laffey, Onawa                                 2011  Scott Bertelsen, Forest City

1998  Robert Galligan, Carroll                          2012  Cary Shapiro, Ankeny

1999  Susan Cantine, Decorah                          2013  Lynn Jacobsen, Danville

2000  Denis Hildreth, Des Moines                    2014  Ann Williamsen, Okoboji

2001  Elizabeth Hansen, Grinnell                      2015  Aaron Dean, Dubuque Senior

2002  Larry Untiet, Spencer                              2016  Timothy Sheaff, Dowling Catholic

Special congratulations to Bill for being selected for the award this year. It is with a great deal of pleasure that the IHSSA welcomes William Myatt into this prestigious group.

For more information on this award please contact Craig Ihnen @ the Iowa High School Speech Association.

PVCSD Honors 2018 Wall of Honor Award Recipient

Posted March 27th, 2018

Dr. Douglas Moard, MD FAAFP  Named to Pleasant Valley School District’s Wall of Honor

Dr. Douglas Moard, MD, FAAFP, has been named the recipient of the 2018 Pleasant Valley Community School District Wall of Honor Award.  The Wall of Honor Program was established in 1999 to recognize distinguished alumni who have graduated from Pleasant Valley High School.

Dr. Moard graduated from PVHS in 1976 and has since spent his life serving the community of Appleton, Wisconsin as a Board Certified Family Physician.

During his time at Pleasant Valley, Dr. Moard was a jack of all trades, involved in band, theater, tennis, wrestling, choir, and Letterman’s Club.  He was awarded the Danforth Award, and was also selected for the Iowa All State Chorus while at PVHS.

After he graduated from high school, Moard received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from


Luther College in 1980, and continued his education at The University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, graduating in 1984.  Dr. Moard then went on to complete his residency at Fox Valley Family Practice Residency in Appleton, Wisconsin from 1984-87, and was Chief Resident from 1988-89.

Upon the completion of his residency, it became clear to Dr. Moard that his passion was to continue improving the quality of life of families in his Appleton community.  He joined Thedacare Physicians in 1987 and has continued his career there ever since.  Dr. Moard went from Chief of Family Practice at Thedacare Hospitals in 1997-98, to the Assistant Medical Director at Thedacare Physicians starting in 2005.

Dr. Moard took his passion for familial healthcare and grew it into interests in other areas, such as chronic disease management and adult and pediatric psychiatry.  Moard took these interests and led a special project that helped transform outpatient care via a process redesign within the Thedacare system.  The work was presented to the Institute for Health Care Improvement in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2009.  The presentation


resulted in visits from healthcare leaders from major academic organizations from across the world to see the new, redesigned process first hand.  This then led to implementation that helped set performance benchmarks nationally for quality measurements.

Moard is also currently involved in the Mental Health Integration Project, which is a community-wide training program for primary care providers regarding management of psychiatric disorders.  The project is in collaboration with all three local health systems and uses grants from the community and other organizations such as the United Way.

Pleasant Valley Community Schools will honor Dr. Douglas Moard at the Academic Awards Ceremony at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.  There will be a reception in his honor at 3:30 p.m. in the PVHS Library.


Posted March 19th, 2018

PVCSD LOVES reading! During the last week of February, PV elementary schools celebrated Read Across America Week and Dr. Seuss’s birthday! There were Dr. Seuss themed decorations and lots of fun activities throughout the week, including some guest readers in a variety of classrooms! Thanks to all our guests and to the staff for continually showing PV students how important (and FUN) reading is!


Posted February 14th, 2018

Pictured from left to right: Vivek Joshi, Konnor Sommer, Vishwajit Subramanian, Sophia Xiao 

The faculty and staff of Pleasant Valley Community High School are pleased to announce that the following seniors were selected as National Merit Scholarship Finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program:  Vivek Joshi, son of Deepak and Janki Joshi of Bettendorf; Konnor Sommer, son of Kevin and Jill Sommer; Vishwajit Subramanian, son of Subramanian Trichy and Arathi Sharada Balagangadharan of  Bettendorf; Sophia Xiao; daughter of  Peter Xiao and Guo Li of Bettendorf.

To become a Finalist, a Semifinalist must have an outstanding academic record throughout the high school years, be endorsed and recommended by the school principal, and earn SAT scores that confirm the student’s earlier qualifying test performance.  The Semifinalist and a school official must submit a detailed scholarship application, which includes the student’s essay and information about the Semifinalist’s participation and leadership in school and community activities.

All National Merit Scholarship winners will be selected from this Finalist group.  Merit Scholar designees are selected on the basis of their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies, without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, or religious preference.

Merit Scholarship winners of 2018 will be announced in four nationwide news releases beginning in April and concluding in July.  These scholarship recipients will join some 283,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.


Posted January 24th, 2018

The Pleasant Valley Community School District is compiling a list of names of students who plan to enroll in kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year. Online Registration information will be sent to directly to these families prior to Feb 16, 2018, and they will be invited to attend kindergarten registration on February 23, 2018.

To indicate your student is planning to enroll in kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year, please visit the following link: to fill out and submit the “Kindergarten Inquiry Form”. Please share this information with any families who have children five years of age or older on or before September 15, 2018.


If you have any additional questions, please contact your neighborhood elementary school (see information below):

Bridgeview Elementary School          Cody Elementary School                    Hopewell Elementary School

Mary Noack                                                      Jeni Kipper                                                   Michele Even

316 S 12th St                                                     2100 Territorial Rd                                      3900 Hopewell Ave

LeClaire, IA 52753                                         LeClaire, IA 52753                                       Bettendorf, IA 52722

563-332-0215                                                  563-332-0210                                              563-332-0250         


Pleasant View Elementary School                 Riverdale Heights Elementary School

Jeanne Hodgin                                                             Lori Ellerbach

6333 Crow Creek Rd                                                   2125 Devils Glen Rd

Bettendorf, IA 52722                                                  Bettendorf, IA 52722

Phone 563-332-5575                                                  Phone 563-332-0525                 


Posted January 16th, 2018

It’s a very happy Tuesday at Pleasant Valley High School! This morning, the new entrance, commons, and front office opened for all to enjoy! Students and teachers alike were very impressed, with lots of “This is awesome!” comments floating around!

The space includes open areas for students to gather, that will be filled with furniture closer to Spring Break, a little cafe called Sparbucks, and the new front offices.  Sparbucks is run by our Spartan Assembly Student Council and the PV Food Service Department. The counter will offer warm drinks like tea, hot coco, and select coffee drinks, as well as serve as an additional place for students to eat lunch in the future due to the growing enrollment numbers here at PV.

The whole space is about community, and is supposed to help bring PVHS students together in a modern, comfortable space.  We are so excited for students and staff to have this great place to gather!


Posted December 12th, 2017

The Pleasant Valley Community School District is proud to announce we have been named to the College Board’s 8th Annual AP® District Honor Roll! The Honor Roll recognizes 447 school districts in the U.S. and Canada that have increased access to AP coursework, while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Giving our students the best opportunities is of the utmost importance here at PV and we are honored to be on this list!  Click here to learn more about this achievement and what it means for the PV school district.


Posted November 28th, 2017

With cold weather headed our way, that means the start of flu season! Pleasant Valley school nurses need your help by being on the lookout for the flu in your households!

Be sure you take preventative actions to stop the spread of germs by avoiding close contact with sick people, washing hands often with soap and warm water, and covering your nose and mouth with tissues when coughing or sneezing.

If you or your student are sick with flu-like symptoms, the CDC recommends staying home for at least 24 hours after a fever has dissipated without fever-reducing medicine.

Thank you for helping us stay healthy this winter season!

For more information from the CDC on all things flu related, visit:



*Information provided by the CDC.


Posted November 14th, 2017

36 Musicians Headed to Iowa All State Music Festival

Spartan Nation would like to congratulate the record 36 PVHS musicians that were selected for this year’s Iowa All State Music Festival!  After auditioning on October 21st, 10 Pleasant Valley students were selected from band, which ties the program record, 18 from chorus, and eight from orchestra, which is a program record.  The All State Festival concert happens this coming weekend, on November 18th at 7:30 p.m. at Hilton Coliseum in Ames.

The selected students are as follows in alphabetical order:


  • 1st yr. – Regan Breen (Horn), Kade Coudron (Trumpet), Aditya Desai (Flute), Vivek Joshi (Percussion), Sam McGrath (Bass Clarinet), Brenna Morley (Clarinet), Kaitlyn Ryan (Clarinet), Cassie Smith (Horn)
  • 3rd yr. – Ethan Good (Trumpet), Claire Thomsen (Flute)


  • 1st yr. – Sophia Dahm, Molly Dippel, Dalton Hout, Avery Luepker, Christine Lyon, Kaylin McNeal, John Mendelin, Natalie Murphy, and Rece Vining
  • 2nd yr. – Alex Jungers, Nathan Lyon, Roshni Nair, Brendan Roethler, Sean Wallace, Madison Wells (2nd yr.),
  • 3rd yr. – Halle Fish, Ellie Lindmark
  • 4th yr. –  Bailey Connors, first four year choral All Stater from PV


  • 1st yr. -Christina Li (Violin), Kiran Marla (Violin), Connor Miller (Bass), Alyssa Paulson (Bass)
  • 2nd yr. -Ruth Davidson( Viola), Daniela Rybarczyk (Viola)
  • 3rd yr. – Veronica Henderson (Harp), Sarah (Annie) Warner (Violin)


Record 45 students selected for Opus Honor Choirs

All of Pleasant Valley would also like to congratulate the 45 students selected, with one alternate, for the Opus Honor Choir! Of the nearly 3,000 students who were nominated to audition for the Opus Honor Choir, PV singers take up 45 spots of the 720 in the four different Opus Honor Choirs.  This is a record number for Pleasant Valley, and Pleasant Valley has the second highest acceptance into OPUS across the entire state of Iowa.

The OPUS Honor Choir concert is held Thursday, November 16th at CY Stephens Auditorium in Ames.

The accepted students are as follows, by grade/choirs and in alphabetical order:

5th/6th Grade Choir:

  • 5th Grade: Carly Berta, Xin-Yan Chan, Lily Hansel, Ameya Menon, Veda Vegiraju
  • 6th Grade: Kylie Brees, Selah DeVore, Zachary Guest, Elly Huhn, Nathan Kuberski, Grace Richards, Ryan Sondgeroth

7th/8th Grade Bass Choir:, Carter Carroll (8th, 2nd year), Ethan Ferry (8th, 2nd year), Tommy Glennon (7th), Payton Hintermeister (8th), Braeden Jackson (7th), Ben Jungers (8th), Ethan Kilcoin (8th, 2nd year), Collin Melody (8th), Matthew Murphy (7th, 2nd year), Ujan RoyBandyopadhyay (8th, 3rd year), Ryan Saddler (8th, 2nd year), Anthony Shamrell (7th), Bryce Vining (7th, 2nd year)

7th/8th Grade Treble Choir: Ava Burmahl (7th, 2nd year), Grace Davidson (8th), Chante Hardaway (8th), Erika Holmberg (8th, 4th year), Shobini Iyer (7th, 2nd year), Leah Mendelin (7th, 2nd year), Lexi Pelzer (7th, 2nd year), Rhema Saddler (7th, 2nd year), Caroline Sierk (8th, 2nd year), Alyse Zuiderveen (8th)

9th Grade Mixed Choir: Lukas Ager (2nd year), Ebby Barber (alternate), Lydia Cox (1st year), Charlie Crouse (2nd year), Gabriel Johnson (2nd year), Rachel Lyon (4th year), Bailey Mattioli (2nd year), Elizabeth Mooy (4th year), Maegan Neil (2nd year), Kendall Ontiveros (1st year), Taze Wilson (2nd year)


Posted November 6th, 2017

It’s on to the Scholarship Round for JA Titan Competitors Pleasant Valley Team 1!  Thursday, November 2nd was a successful day for the PV team, as they contended in, and won, the qualifying round of the JA Titan Competition at St. Ambrose University.  Pleasant Valley had to knock out Assumption, Bettendorf, North, West, and North Scott at this level to advance.

Junior Achievement (JA) Titan is a program that puts high school students in a business simulation, where they have to make decisions regarding price, marketing, production, research and development, and capital investment.  Each decision plays a part in determining the success of failure of their virtual business, all while teaching students more about working in a global economy.

The team will compete in the Scholarship Round on November 15th against the other winning high schools from the JA Heartland 24-county territory.  Spartan Nation wishes the team the best of luck!

Photo courtesy of JA Heartland

“The Drowsy Chaperone” on the PVHS Spartan Stage

Posted October 30th, 2017

“A musical theatre fan’s favorite musical comes to life in his New York apartment.”

As the house lights go down, a anxious voice emerges from a dark stage. After a few minutes, the lights come up on a our host, simply named “Man in Chair”. As he sits alone in his New York apartment, he decides to put on the record of his favorite show, the fictitious 1928 musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. Suddenly, we are transported to the Morosco Theatre, and The Drowsy Chaperone is brought to life in the man’s apartment.

The Pleasant Valley High School Drama Club has been working hard for the last two months to put this huge show together. Everything from the set, to the costumes, to the characters themselves are absolutely larger than life. The entire cast and crew have really enjoyed the entire process. This show also has a special place in the heart of PV Drama Director, Bill Myatt.

The Drowsy Chaperone is a love note to American musical theatre. Drowsy is entertaining to watch, and is also very important when one looks at all the lessons learned, not only by students, but by the adults involved as well. I did not get the chance to do musical theatre in high school, so being able to help these students bring this style of performance to life is very special to me. It teaches, not only theatrical skills, but also teamwork, cooperation, and respect.

-Bill Myatt

Don’t miss your chance this week to see this hilarious musical within a comedy. Performances are November 2nd and 4th at 7:00 p.m., and November 5th at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the night of the performance. We hope to see you there!

Photo credit: Aimee Peters

Pleasant Valley Schools $10,000 for Team Rubicon

Posted September 26th, 2017


On September 25, 2017, Pleasant Valley students presented a $10,000 check to Team Rubicon at the School Board Meeting.  Christy Wood, Jake Wood’s mother, accepted the check on behalf of Team Rubicon.  Jake Wood is a PV alumn who started Team Rubicon. After the 9/11 attacks, Mr. Wood enlisted in the Marine Corps. After four years serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, he left the service to find his next mission in the world, but that mission found him.  In January 2010, Jake gathered a few former Marine friends and headed to Haiti to help in relief efforts.  He knew that highly trained military veterans possessed unique skills which could be used to great effect in a disaster situation.  Team Rubicon was born from that effort.

When PV students, faculty and staff saw the devastation in Texas after Hurricane Harvey, they knew they needed to act.  Across the district, students collected spare change, with the idea that doing a little bit can help a lot.  The district wanted to raise $1 for every student and staff member, which would be around $5,000.  Instead, they raised $10,000!

Watch the video below of the presentation to the board.

Thank you for your support of Team Rubicon’s work in Texas, and please view this personal message of gratitude from Jake Wood to his friends in Pleasant Valley:

Visit to learn more about veterans helping victims of disasters, and as importantly, helping one another.

Homecoming 2017

Posted September 8th, 2017

What a beautiful week for Homecoming!  The Spartan Nation came out in full force to support students and celebrate Pleasant Valley!  Check out the photo galleries below and the Pleasant Valley Community School District facebook page for even more!

PVHS Pep Rally

Homecoming Parade

Homecoming Carnival

PVJH Pep Rally

Homecoming Central

Posted August 31st, 2017

Homecoming is the week of September 4, 2017.  The Spartan Nation is gearing up for a great week!  Check below for information about the parade, dress up days, the carnival and the big game!

PARADE, Thursday, September 7

If you want to register your group or organization for the parade, click here.

The annual Homecoming Parade will be held on Thursday, September 7th, at 6:00 p.m. The parade will begin from the Scott Community College driveway, proceed through the entrance/exit onto Belmont Road, and end at the entrance to the west parking lots of the high school. Please CLICK ON THE MAP BELOW carefully note the directions below. 


Drop off procedures:

For floats, convertibles, participants, and everything other than students walking with their elementary school:  Belmont Road at the entrance of Scott Community College will close at 5:30pm.  We ask that you enter the Scott Community Campus from the Highway 67 (Great River Road).  In the map above, you will see a yellow line showing the drop off spot and turn around.

For elementary students and parents walking with their elementary school: Parents should drop off their children in the designated drop-off zone in the southernmost west parking lot.  Parents can park in the designated parking areas to the west of the stadium or at the Belmont Administration Center. Students walking in the parade should check in with teachers and principals in the area south of the west parking lots.  Please plan to arrive by 5:30 p.m. Parents are welcome to walk with their children.  Parents walking in the parade should park their vehicles and then walk to the area south of west parking lot to join up with other elementary school children and parents.  Elementary teachers and principals will escort students grouped by school to the beginning of the parade route. All parents and students present will walk to the float staging area located in the Scott Community College parking lots to get in line for the parade. Do not drop students off at the Scott Community College parking lots. We strongly encourage K/1 parents to participate in the parade with their child(ren). Please do not bring candy and other items to hand out during the parade.

Pick up procedures for elementary students walking with their elementary school: Students who participate in the parade need to be picked up at the west ticket booth, northeast of the drop off area. Please see the map on the back of this document. Do not pick up students prior to the end of the parade route. Students need to be picked up by parents no later than 6:30 p.m. Following the parade, students and their parents are invited to visit the Homecoming Carnival festivities in the new parking lot to the east of the tennis courts.  You will be able to walk from the west parking lots around the stadium and tennis courts to the carnival.

Click here for the full information and for the permission slip to walk in the parade. We need this returned to the office by September 6.

**Elementary participants will not join the parade if inclement weather occurs.  If questionable weather is in the forecast, a decision will be announced before dismissal from school the day of the parade.


CARNIVAL, Thursday, September 7:

The Homecoming Carnival is after the parade at 6:30 p.m. in the D parking lot (the new parking lot) at PVHS. We will have food trucks, a dunk tank, caricatures, face painting, henna, games, and much more. Admission is free at the Carnival, with donations accepted to benefit the Student Hunger Drive. Food Trucks and Caricatures have various prices and will accept cash.

CORONATION, Friday, September 8:

Voting for Homecoming King and Queen will take place on the student portal throughout the week (deadline Thursday at 3:30pm). The coronation of the Homecoming king and queen will take place Friday during the spirit assembly at 10:25 a.m.

HOMECOMING GAME, Friday, September 8:

Come cheer on the Spartans as they take on the Muscatine Muskies.  Don’t forget to wear your homecoming t-shirt!

HOMECOMING DANCE, Saturday, September 9, 8:30pm:

PVHS PTA needs your help.  We are looking for adults to chaperone the Homecoming Dance on Saturday, September 9, 2017.  Please see SignUp ( for specific needs and let us know how you can help.


Tuesday — Hawaiian Day
Wednesday — Sport a Smile with Silly Socks (Picture Day)
Thursday — PJ Day (Join us Thursday afternoon for the Homecoming Parade)
Friday — Spartan Pride (wear Blue & Gray)


Join us for the parade on Thursday night!
Friday — Wear your PV Spirit Gear!


Tuesday — Time Travel Day:  You are in a time travel machine.  Where will you land?  Dress like that time in history.
Wednesday — Workout Wednesday:  Wear your favorite workout clothes.
Thursday — Riverdale Heights Rocks & Parade Day:  Wear your favorite Riverdale Heights, PV shirt, or gray and blue! (Join us Thursday afternoon for the Homecoming Parade)
Friday — Team Spirit Day — Wear your favorite team shirt or colors.


At our kickoff assembly, the junior high students chose the theme of “Hollywood” for the year. Join us in dressing up for these Hollywood themed spirit days to celebrate homecoming next week!

Tuesday: Movie in your PJs,
Wednesday: Incognito! Try to hide from the paparazzi by wearing hats, sunglasses, wigs, and anything else as a disguise.
Thursday: Spirit Day- wear your Spartan gear to cheer with the High School marching band and cheerleaders at the pep rally!
Friday: Red Carpet and Gold Oscars (7th wears red, 8th wears gold)


Tuesday – Tie Dye Day
Wednesday – Twin Day
Thursday – Country versus Country Club Day
Friday – Spartan Spirit day!

Community Event: Digital Citizenship Expert Speaks at PV

Posted August 28th, 2017

Pleasant Valley Community School District is holding an important community wide event on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 at 6:30pm in the PVHS Theatre.  Paul Davis, a world-known expert on empowering parents and educating children about internet safety, will speak about digital trails, footprints, cyberbullying and responsibility online.  Mr. Davis has been addressing digital citizenship for years, training Canada’s Department of National Defense, Canada’s border service and more than 400,000 parents and students in North America. We encourage all parents K-12 to attend this important event, as we work together to mold our children into 21st century adults.

In the 2016-17 school year, all 6th Grade students underwent a digital bootcamp, which included listening to a TedEd Talk by Mr. Davis.  Watch the video below to see what our students learned.

Paul Davis from Beth Campbell on Vimeo.

Back to School!

Posted August 2nd, 2017

We are thrilled to get the new year started!  We hope you’ve had a great summer!  Click on your school for information and important dates as we get closer to the first day of school!




Pleasant View

Riverdale Heights

PV Junior High


Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Posted May 30th, 2017

Good luck to the Class of 2017!  More than 300 students graduated from Pleasant Valley High School on May 28, 2017.  We all wish you the best of luck!

Graduation 2017

Posted May 1st, 2017

May is here and it’s time to start thinking about graduation!  Graduation for the class of 2017 is at the iWireless Center at 3:30pm on May 28, 2017.  While many of you likely received most of this information in the mail, we wanted to make sure you had it handy!

With the end of the school year and graduation quickly approaching, we wish to congratulate you and your senior on reaching this important accomplishment in their life.  Along with this congratulation, we also wish to remind parents about the school’s position on a few items regarding graduation.  Below are a couple of informational items:

Before Graduation

Have your student answer the following questions:

  1. Are you passing all of the courses that you are now taking? If you have a question, ask your teachers or counselor.
  1. Have you met the minimum requirements for graduation, including service learning? If you are still unsure, see your counselor now!
  1. Have those of you who have applied to a college or for employment signed a release form to have a transcript or credits sent?
  1. Have you paid all fees or made arrangements to pay all fees before graduation? Fees must be paid before checkout sheets are signed.
  1. Students who have not served their detentions will not be allowed to complete the graduation checkout until they are served. You can check in the main office about any detentions.


MONDAY, MAY 15           Senior Picnic Tickets on sale in Main Office $5

MONDAY, MAY 22          Pick up your checkout sheet in Main Office; Senior Finals – during regular class time

CHECK OUT SHEETS:  Your teacher will sign it once you have completed class & turned in your textbooks. This form must be completed with the appropriate signatures before a senior will be allowed to graduate.

TUESDAY, MAY 23              Senior Finals – during regular class time

WEDNESDAY, MAY 24       Senior Finals – Make-Up; Senior checkout completed & turned into Main Office

THURSDAY, MAY 25          Graduation Rehearsal in ABC gym, 9:30am.

The parking lot east of the tennis courts will be blocked off for senior parking.  There are only 137 spots, so please car pool.  Overflow parking will be available at the Baseball/Softball parking lots.   Please arrive by 9:15am.  Rehearsal begins promptly at 9:30am.

At this time, we will share expectations with our graduates.  It is our belief that graduation is a combination of ceremony and celebration. We wish to keep the graduation ceremony a dignified one which students, parents and the community can be proud to attend.  Our goal is to ensure that all graduating students receive the acknowledgment and respect that should be afforded during this ceremony without unneeded distractions.  Please note:  decorations are NOT allowed on the mortar board during the graduation ceremony.  

SENIOR PICNIC – Veterans Memorial Park at   11:00 A.M          (Right after graduation rehearsal) Address: 1645 23rd Street, Bettendorf, IA 52722

Graduation Day

  • To reduce bridge traffic, seniors, band and choir participants will be bussed to the iWireless center; no exceptions please.  Graduates are encouraged to return with their parents.
  • Students need to be at the high school cafeteria doors by 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 28th, 2017.
    Busses leave at 2:15 p.m.!!
  • Please note: decorations are NOT allowed on the mortar board during the graduation ceremony.
  • This year HR Imaging will be taking photographs of your graduate receiving their diplomas in addition to a posed photo.    If you are interested in purchasing photos from HR Imaging, please go to
  • The iWireless doors will open for Pleasant Valley admittance at 2:30 p.m. The graduation ceremony will begin at 3:30 p.m. and conclude at 4:45 p.m.
    • Please note: North Scott High School graduation will be conducted at noon the same day. They will be off premises by 2pm.
  • There will be unlimited seating and handicap seating will be available. An elevator near the box office will allow access to the second level and seating. Please click here to see a map of the iWireless Center.  Please discuss seating with your student so you can choose the best view of your graduate.
  • All graduates need to pick up their diploma AFTER the ceremony in the conference room of the iWireless.
  • The iWireless Center has asked that you not congregate around the stairs and escalator due to fire codes. They have asked that you meet your graduate after the recessional outside the box office or outside weather permitting.  We ask that everyone disperse the iWireless Center by 6:00 p.m. so the venue can be prepared for another event. 

All students must ride the bus to graduation.  To reduce bridge traffic, all seniors, band and choir participants will be bussed to the iWireless center; no exceptions please.  Graduates are encouraged to return with their parents.  Students need to be at the high school cafeteria by 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 28th, 2017.  Busses will leave promptly at 2:15 p.m.


After Graduation

The District will no longer retain health and immunization records for students who have graduated. You or your student can pick up their immunization record, Monday, May 22nd in the Main Office from 7:30 am – 3:30 pm.  Immunization records that are not picked up will be dispersed at graduation rehearsal. 

Upon graduation, a student’s cumulative records will be retained at the high school for one year following graduation. At that time, the cumulative records will be sent to the administration center for conversion to permanent record status.

Administration Center

525 Belmont Road
Bettendorf, IA 52722

Phone: (563) 332-5550
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