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#SpartanNation December 7, 2018

Posted December 7th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s December 7th issue of The Pulse here.

Winter Program Reminders: The Bridgeview Winter Programs are Tuesday, December 11th!   Families with last names beginning with A-J should come to the 9:00 a.m. program and families whose last names begin with K-Z should come to the 1:00 p.m. program.  See you Tuesday!

Bridgeview Hat, Scarf, Glove, and Mitten Tree: Bridgeview will be collecting winter items for families in need through December 14th.  The tree will be located in the lobby, so please feel free to help “decorate” the giving tree to help the community!

Upcoming Events

12/11     Winter Programs

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

PV Volleyball Winter ClinicClick here for information on the PV Volleyball Winter Clinics, where your K-6th grader can learn the basics of volleyball!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

Putnam Museum Events:  Looking for fun things to do with the family?? Check out the following links to different activities at the Putnam Museum for December and January!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation Activities:  There are many wintertime activities to get your child involved in this season!  Check out the variety of opportunities provided by the Bettendorf Parks and Recreation in the different links below!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Cody Holiday Dress-Up DaysStudents, feel free to join Cody staff members for the Holiday dress-up days!

  • 12/12-Holiday socks
  • 12/14-Holiday hats
  • 12/18-Flannel shirts
  • 12/20-Christmas overload outfits
  • 12/21-Ugly Holiday sweaters

Cody PTA Meeting:  The next Cody PTA meeting is Tuesday, December 11th at 8:30 a.m. See you there!

Alive in Me Toy and Book Drive: Fifth grade is partnering with the Alive In Me foundation to collect new toys for children in the hospital over the holidays. Alive in Me was started by the Shamrell family when their son, Caleb, sadly passed away in December of 2015.  Alive In Me is a foundation that collects toys to give to kids in area hospitals over the holidays. One year the Alive In Me foundation raised 3,500 toys for the kids in area hospitals.  The drive will run until Friday, December 21 and there will be wrapped boxes in the commons area across from the office in which to place the unwrapped presents. Thank you from the Cody fifth grade classes!

Message from the Cody 5th Grade ELP Students:

Dear Parents of Cody School,

We are going to do a clothing drive for the needy and homeless and we need your help! Send your kids to school with a clothing item that is in good shape for people to wear. We will accept pants, sweaters, coats, mittens\gloves, hats, coats, and socks of any type. Please put your donations in one of the baskets in the commons area. Our goal is to collect at least 400 items which is about 3/4 of the kids in the entire school. Helping us is helping those in need get ready for winter. We ask every student to donate at least 1 item. Our event starts on Wednesday, December 5th and ends on Wednesday, December 19th. We hope you will help.  We thank you for your support!

ELP (Extended Learning Program) Fifth Graders,

Anthony, Sara , and Robert

Upcoming Events

12/11     PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

12/21     Winter parties @ 2:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

PV Volleyball Winter ClinicClick here for information on the PV Volleyball Winter Clinics, where your K-6th grader can learn the basics of volleyball!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

Putnam Museum Events:  Looking for fun things to do with the family?? Check out the following links to different activities at the Putnam Museum for December and January!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation Activities:  There are many wintertime activities to get your child involved in this season!  Check out the variety of opportunities provided by the Bettendorf Parks and Recreation in the different links below!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Hopewell PTA Meeting: Please plan on attending the Hopewell Elementary PTA meeting Thursday, December 13 at 9 a.m. in the conference room next to the library.

Hopewell Variety Show: Are you a musician, dancer, or actor?  Want to tell jokes, juggle, or show off your emcee skills? Now’s your chance to be in the spotlight! Hopewell’s annual Variety Show is scheduled for Friday, January 11th at 6:30 p.m. at Pleasant Valley High School Auditorium. Rehearsal will take place at Hopewell on Friday, January 4th with time slots between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Click here to register via Google Form. Registration closes Monday, December 31 and is limited to the first 45 entries.

World Culture Night: The Hopewell PTA is excited for the second World Culture Night at Hopewell after last year’s overwhelming success! World Culture Night – held on February 22nd from 6:30-8:00 p.m. – will celebrate the diverse cultures found in countries throughout the world as well as within Hopewell. It will be a fun-filled event emphasizing understanding, acceptance, empathy and unity. To make this event a success, the PTA needs your participation to help showcase a country of which you are familiar. Displays should help students learn about a country’s people and places and may include:

  • Size and location of the country
  • Capital and Country Flag
  • Typical day-to-day lifestyle
  • Cultural traditions
  • Common foods of the country
  • Any interesting facts!

In addition, the PTA would like to showcase dances, games, foods to share, etc. from the different countries. Please encourage your children to help you with your participation in creating the displays, as well as dancing, games and food preparation. Children who attend this event will be given a “Passport” as they come that night so that they can get a “stamp” for each country they visit. At the end of the night, they can show their “stamped” passports and receive a prize. Please contact Maria Baig at mariaomer@yahoo.com if you would like to be a part of this fun event!

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

PV Volleyball Winter ClinicClick here for information on the PV Volleyball Winter Clinics, where your K-6th grader can learn the basics of volleyball!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

Putnam Museum Events:  Looking for fun things to do with the family?? Check out the following links to different activities at the Putnam Museum for December and January!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation Activities:  There are many wintertime activities to get your child involved in this season!  Check out the variety of opportunities provided by the Bettendorf Parks and Recreation in the different links below!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Pleasant View PTA Meeting: The next PTA meeting is on Monday, December 10th at 6:30 p.m.  The December agenda and the November minutes are posted on the website.

Box Tops:  Don’t forget to send your children in with their box tops to put in the collection bin in the lobby of the school. Each box top is worth 10 cents and helps earn items for the school.  The next collection count will be December 21st.

6th Grade Fundraising:  During the December 14th Winter Program, both in the morning and afternoon performances, water bottles will be sold by 6th grade students.  Each bottle is $1.00 and the profits made from the sales will go toward the 6th grade end of the year celebration, as well as gift to Pleasant View. You can sign up here for water bottle and ice donations.  1-2 parent volunteers per program (morning and afternoon each) are also needed to help run the water bottle sales.  Please contact Roselyn Schmeltzer (rschmeltzer@gmail.com) or Roopa Goswami (roopa.goswami@gmail.com) if you are available.

Socks of Love” Project: Pleasant View has a wonderful history of caring for others in so many ways.  We have done this over the years as a staff and as a whole school with wonderful support from families. This year, Pleasant View’s Culture and Climate committee, along with the PTA, have decided to once again partner with King’s Harvest in Davenport to help the homeless and less fortunate in our area.  You might remember our successful laundry pod project from last year for King’s Harvest.  This year Pleasant View would like help with collecting items listed below, and assembling “Socks of Love.”  The donated items will be assembled as care packages for those in need.

A brief explanation for this exciting project will take place during Character Circles on Friday, November 30th, and the collection of items will begin on Monday, December 3rd.  All items will be due by December 13th.  (Each teacher will have a box for his/her room to collect items in.)  December 17th will be the assembling day.  Our teachers will sign-up for a time slot to bring their class down to the lobby to help assemble the “Socks of Love”.  These will be handed out at King’s Harvest later in December and through the winter months.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. There will be opportunities for parents volunteer on December 17th.  Additional information about this opportunity will be sent in the near future.

Grade Level Donations

  • K – travel size toothpaste and chapstick
  • 1 – travel size lotion and baby wipes
  • 2 – travel size soap and shampoo
  • 3 – laundry pods and dryer sheets
  • 4 – travel size disposable razor and shaving cream
  • 5 – hand warmer heat packs
  • 6 – socks (preferably wool)(adult size preferable, but all sizes welcome)

Upcoming Events

12/10     PTA meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

12/14     Winter Program (A-J) @ 9:00 a.m.

12/14     Winter Program (K-Z) @ 1:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

PV Volleyball Winter ClinicClick here for information on the PV Volleyball Winter Clinics, where your K-6th grader can learn the basics of volleyball!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

Putnam Museum Events:  Looking for fun things to do with the family?? Check out the following links to different activities at the Putnam Museum for December and January!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation Activities:  There are many wintertime activities to get your child involved in this season!  Check out the variety of opportunities provided by the Bettendorf Parks and Recreation in the different links below!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Lost and Found: Please continually check the lost and found for any of your child’s lost items.

Riverdale Heights Giving TreeGifts for Teachers: A tree has been placed in the atrium of Riverdale Heights with paper ornaments containing requests from classroom and special area teachers for items they can use in their rooms or programs. If you were thinking of giving a gift to your child’s teacher, please consider taking an ornament off the tree. If you have any questions or are not able to make it to school to pick up an ornament, please feel free to contact Nicole Puryear at nicole@puryearlaw.com. Thank you for supporting Riverdale Heights teachers and students!

Give back to Riverdale Heights:

Buying Gift Cards for Christmas? If you are planning on giving a gift card this holiday season, please consider purchasing one through the Riverdale Heights PTA’s Scrip program. Click here to purchase gift cards. A portion of each gift card purchased goes back to our school!

Buying gifts on Amazon? Use Amazon Smile! It is free to sign up for Amazon Smile, and just select Riverdale Heights Elementary as the recipient of your contribution. By selecting Riverdale Heights, the school will receive 1% of the purchase total. It is an easy way to contribute to the school! Just go to https://smile.amazon.com/

Call for Volunteers: Do you love the Variety Show? The Riverdale Heights PTA is looking for a few people who would be interested in shadowing our current coordinators in hopes to coordinate our fun event next year! Please contact Kelli at kelli.hehlke@gmail.com if you are interested!  The group is also in search of a parent volunteer for Science club in the spring, and a volunteer for our new Yoga Club. Please contact Eman at RiverdaleHeightsClubs@gmail.com.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

PV Volleyball Winter ClinicClick here for information on the PV Volleyball Winter Clinics, where your K-6th grader can learn the basics of volleyball!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

Putnam Museum Events:  Looking for fun things to do with the family?? Check out the following links to different activities at the Putnam Museum for December and January!

Bettendorf Parks and Recreation Activities:  There are many wintertime activities to get your child involved in this season!  Check out the variety of opportunities provided by the Bettendorf Parks and Recreation in the different links below!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Battle of the Book Permission Slips: Battle of the Book (BOB) permission slips are due to the library by December 14th. Please stop by the library and pick up a form. Keep the trophy here!

Season 3 Activities Sign-Up: There will be a sign-up for students interested in participating in Season 3 Athletics on Monday, December 10th and Tuesday, December 11th in the cafeteria during lunches.  Season 3 Athletics include Boys Basketball, Boys and Girls Swimming, and Basketball Cheerleading.  A reminder that athletes will need an updated physical and signed concussion form to participate.  Boys Basketball practice will begin on January 3rd and Swimming will begin on January 17th.

End of Season 2 Reminders: With Season 2 Athletics coming to an end on December 10th, there will be no after school clubs, sports or activities buses on the following dates: Wednesday, December 12th, Friday, December 14th and Friday, December 21st.  Students will be expected to ride the 2:30 bus after school or have parents pick them up no later than 3:30.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Lunch and Learn: The Medical L&L on December 19th still has openings for 9th – 12th graders interested in medical careers (more than a Bachelor’s Degree). Click here to sign up!

Seniors interested in Animal Sciences: On the Career Center Bulletin Board in the cafeteria, there is information regarding the Dual-Credit, Animal Science course offered by Western Illinois  University.

Students 16 and older interested in the STEM fields: The Edgewood Chemical & Biological Center located on the Rock Island Arsenal is now accepting applications for their Summer Internship Program. Information and the application website are on the Career Center Bulletin Board.

Students interested in the military or apprenticeship fields: The next ASVAB date is January 31st at 9:30 a.m. (self-paced average testing is about 1 ½ hrs)  in the library: Sign-up by clicking here.

Upcoming Events

12/10     PTA Meeting @ 5:30 p.m.

12/10     Drama Booster Meeting @ 6:00 p.m. @ Caddy’s

12/17     HS Choir Concert @ 7:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Boosters Holiday Selling Dates:  Mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!  Many new styles to choose from and lots of markdowns!

  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Pool lobby doors will be open to get to the store for Saturday’s sale!  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

PV Baseball Whiffle Ball Tournament:  Make a team of five and play in the second annual Whiffle Ball Tournament on December 29th at PVJH, benefiting the PV Baseball program!  Click here for details and registration info!  Open to 3rd grade through adults!

Community Opportunities

Rivermont Technology Fair: The Rivermont Technology Fair is a combination of student technology projects, and a technology career fair with several area businesses represented. This opportunity is open for ALL grades, K-12!  Click here to learn more about this opportunity and for registration information!

#SpartanNation November 30, 2018

Posted November 30th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s November 30th issue of The Pulse here.

Bridgeview Online Store: The online store closes this SUNDAY, DEC 2nd. Click here to shop last minute!

3rd-6th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 3rd-6th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on December 5th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 3rd-6th grade student online by December 2nd. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. First priority will be given to students who have not participated in Hour of Code previously. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on December 3rd.

Bridgeview Hat, Scarf, Glove, and Mitten Tree: Bridgeview will be collecting winter items for families in need through December 14th.  The tree will be located in the lobby, so please feel free to help “decorate” the giving tree to help the community!

Strive for Less Than 5: Students who have 1.5 days absent or less through Tuesday, November 28th, have received a gift card from Chick Fil-A  for a free kids meal. This incentive was a donation by Chick Fil-A  to promote and reinforce strong attendance towards our “Strive for less than 5” goal. We certainly appreciate family efforts to have students at school on time (in their classroom and ready to learn at 8:30 AM) as we “Strive for less than 5” absences this school year.

Winter Parking Procedures: Please make sure to plan accordingly for winter weather and gear to have students ready to quickly exit their vehicles. Remember for all drivers to adhere to our parking lot procedures (linked here). Last, please remind students to have practice healthy habits, especially good hand-washing with soap and water, during the flu season. Thanks for your review of these goals and procedures.

Upcoming Events

12/5       Early Dismissal

12/5       Hour of Code for grades 3-6 from 1:30-3:00 p.m.

12/6       Elementary 4-6 grade Orchestra and 6th Grade Choir concert @ HS @ 6:00p.m.

12/7       PTA holiday Creations-Cafeteria @ 6:30 p.m.

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

3rd-6th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 3rd-6th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on December 5th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 3rd-6th grade student online by December 2nd. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. First priority will be given to students who have not participated in Hour of Code previously. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on December 3rd.

WINTER PROGRAM, DECEMBER 6:    Cody will be having two performances for the Winter Program again this year.  Due to the amazing number of family and friends who have attended in previous years, it has become necessary to offer two performance times.  Cody will use the following system to reduce the number of audience members in a given performance and therefore reduce the wait time and increase the seating availability. Cody will alternate which half of the alphabet goes first every year.

  • Friends and family members of students whose last name begins with letters L – Z will attend the morning performance at 9:00 am.  Doors will open at 8:30am.
  • Friends and family members of students whose last name begins with letters A – K will attend the afternoon performance at 1:00 pm.  Doors will open at 12:30pm.

Some things to keep in mind for this event:

  • Bus lane must be kept clear at ALL times for both busses and possible emergency vehicles.
  • Busses arrive between 8:10am and 8:20 am to drop off students for the day.  They begin lining up for dismissal at around 2:50 pm.
  • Lunch and recess routines will be finishing right up until 1:00 pm.

Parking for Winter Program: The west parking lot and the playground blacktop will be open for parking.  NO parking in the drop off / pick up lane. There is also NO Parking on East side of building due to construction. To view map on where to enter building for winter program click here.

Reading Incentive~We mustache you to read this!  What a success!  We reached our November circulation goal in the library.  Thanks to everyone for marking your recommended books with mustaches for all to check out!  Special thanks to Mr. Mendelin for involving us in this reading incentive.  Also, thanks to those who participated in “No Shave November” as a fun way to also support this reading incentive.

Donuts with Dad: The Cody PTA will be hosting Donuts with Dad on Friday, December 7. Your child and a special guest are invited to attend. Doors will not open until 7:45 am. Please plan accordingly. Thank you!

Cody Spelling Bee:The Cody Spelling Bee will be held on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 3:30pm in the library.  Students in 3rd-6th grade are allowed to participate and the winner will represent Cody in the regional spelling bee at Augustana College on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019.  Stop in the library or office for a permission form and a list of words to study.

Lost and Found: Please check lost and found table for items your student may be missing, it’s located in main hallway by drinking fountain.  Any items left will be donated to Goodwill after winter break.

Cody PTA Meeting: The next PTA meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 11 at 8:30 a.m.

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

3rd-6th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 3rd-6th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on December 5th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 3rd-6th grade student online by December 2nd. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. First priority will be given to students who have not participated in Hour of Code previously. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on December 3rd.

Hopewell Winter Program:  Please join Hopewell for the K-6 Winter Program that will be sure to put you in the holiday spirit!  There will be two all school performances this year, both held on December 4th. The first performance will begin at 9:00 a.m. for families of students with last names that begin A-L.  The second performance will begin at 1:00 p.m.  for students with last names that begin M-Z.   The gym doors will open ½ hour before the performance allowing audience members to find seats. Parking will be available in the east side parking lot.  There will be additional parking on the cement on the playground.  Parking is prohibited in bus and fire lanes in front of the school.  The side doors and the playground doors will open for ease of entrance.

Hopewell Harvest Success: The Hopewell Harvest bills have been paid and all deposits have been made. Drumroll please…this year we reached a new record. Hopewell Harvest raised $28,661.21!! This is over $3,000 more than what was brought in at last year’s event. Absolutely amazing!

A HUGE THANK YOU to all those who donated, volunteered and attended Hopewell Harvest. YOU made this event a success and make our elementary school great! This money will be used for things such as the visiting Author and Artist, Winter Program decorations, the Variety Show and Family Fun Nights. It is used for special programs such as the Hour of Code and supplemental birthday book purchases. In addition, every teacher will receive $100 for classroom supplies and can also apply for a grant if they have other needs throughout the school year. There are a lot of things needed at Hopewell and this money makes it possible.  Thank you again for your support! Hopewell Harvest is a great event for our kids and our school and we couldn’t have done it without you!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

3rd-6th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 3rd-6th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on December 5th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 3rd-6th grade student online by December 2nd. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. First priority will be given to students who have not participated in Hour of Code previously. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on December 3rd.

Socks of Love” Project: Pleasant View has a wonderful history of caring for others in so many ways.  We have done this over the years as a staff and as a whole school with wonderful support from families. This year, Pleasant View’s Culture and Climate committee, along with the PTA, have decided to once again partner with King’s Harvest in Davenport to help the homeless and less fortunate in our area.  You might remember our successful laundry pod project from last year for King’s Harvest.  This year Pleasant View would like help with collecting items listed below, and assembling “Socks of Love.”  The donated items will be assembled as care packages for those in need.

A brief explanation for this exciting project will take place during Character Circles on Friday, November 30th, and the collection of items will begin on Monday, December 3rd.  All items will be due by December 13th.  (Each teacher will have a box for his/her room to collect items in.)  December 17th will be the assembling day.  Our teachers will sign-up for a time slot to bring their class down to the lobby to help assemble the “Socks of Love”.  These will be handed out at King’s Harvest later in December and through the winter months.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. There will be opportunities for parents volunteer on December 17th.  Additional information about this opportunity will be sent in the near future.

Grade Level Donations

  • K – travel size toothpaste and chapstick
  • 1 – travel size lotion and baby wipes
  • 2 – travel size soap and shampoo
  • 3 – laundry pods and dryer sheets
  • 4 – travel size disposable razor and shaving cream
  • 5 – hand warmer heat packs
  • 6 – socks (preferably wool)(adult size preferable, but all sizes welcome)

6th Grade Fundraising:  During the December 14th Winter Program, both in the morning and afternoon performances, water bottles will be sold by 6th grade students.  Each bottle is $1.00 and the profits made from the sales will go toward the 6th grade end of the year celebration, as well as gift to Pleasant View. You can sign up here for water bottle and ice donations.  1-2 parent volunteers per program (morning and afternoon each) are also needed to help run the water bottle sales.  Please contact Roselyn Schmeltzer (rschmeltzer@gmail.com) or Roopa Goswami (roopa.goswami@gmail.com) if you are available.

Scholastic Book Fair:  Thank you to everyone that helped with or purchased from the Book Fair.  Another successful sale, over $9000 in sales!

PTA Minutes: The minutes from the November PTA meeting are posted on the website.

Upcoming Events

12/5       Early Dismissal

12/6       4th-6th Grade Orchestra & 6th Grade Choir Concert @ 6:00p.m. @ PVHS

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

3rd-6th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 3rd-6th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on December 5th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 3rd-6th grade student online by December 2nd. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. First priority will be given to students who have not participated in Hour of Code previously. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on December 3rd.

Riverdale Heights Spelling Bee: The Riverdale Heights 3rd-6th Grade Spelling Bee is December 11thClick here to access more information and the permission form.  To participate, students must have the permission slip returned to their classroom teacher of Mrs. Ahnquist by Friday, December 7th.

Riverdale Heights Giving TreeGifts for Teachers: A tree has been placed in the atrium of Riverdale Heights with paper ornaments containing requests from classroom and special area teachers for items they can use in their rooms or programs. If you were thinking of giving a gift to your child’s teacher, please consider taking an ornament off the tree. If you have any questions or are not able to make it to school to pick up an ornament, please feel free to contact Nicole Puryear at nicole@puryearlaw.com. Thank you for supporting Riverdale Heights teachers and students!

Holiday Program Seats and Parking:  Don’t get stuck parking a mile away and sitting in the back of the gym for this year’s Holiday Program on December 7th.  The PTA is selling packages that include 2 front row seats and 1 parking spot. We have 10 packages available – 5 for the morning program and 5 for the afternoon program. Cost is $100 per package.   All proceeds will be used to help fund future activities of Riverdale Heights students.  To reserve a package, please go to the PTA website,  where you can fill out our easy reservation form.  Attach form and turn it in with your payment to the Riverdale Heights Office.  The only way to reserve a package is to submit this form with your payment.  These packages will go fast, so be sure to turn in your form and payment quickly! Deadline is Wednesday, December 5th.  Contact Paula Cockrell with questions at pmc@salzmanintl.com.

Give back to Riverdale Heights:

Buying Gift Cards for Christmas? If you are planning on giving a gift card this holiday season, please consider purchasing one through the Riverdale Heights PTA’s Scrip program. Click here  to purchase gift cards. A portion of each gift card purchased goes back to our school!

Buying gifts on Amazon? Use Amazon Smile! It is free to sign up for Amazon Smile, and just select Riverdale Heights Elementary as the recipient of your contribution. By selecting Riverdale Heights, the school will receive 1% of the purchase total. It is an easy way to contribute to the school! Just go to https://smile.amazon.com/

Call for Volunteers: Do you love the Variety Show? The Riverdale Heights PTA is looking for a few people who would be interested in shadowing our current coordinators in hopes to coordinate our fun event next year! Please contact Kelli at kelli.hehlke@gmail.com if you are interested!  The group is also in search of a parent volunteer for Science club in the spring, and a volunteer for our new Yoga Club. Please contact Eman at RiverdaleHeightsClubs@gmail.com.

Lost and Found: Please continually check the lost and found for any of your child’s lost items.

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

Sports Concessions: Please help restock concessions!  Click here to see what is needed! 

Staff Appreciation Luncheon:  On Tuesday, December 11th, the staff appreciation lunch menu is holiday treats. Drinks and desserts are needed.  Please click here to help out! 

Community Opportunities

Quad Cities Rowing Open House: Quad Cities Rowing invites all students and parents to an Open House on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 8:30-11 am.   Meet current junior and masters rowers. Talk with World, National and Regional champions to discover what rowing has to offer.   Find out about college rowing scholarship opportunities. Where: Sylvan Street Boathouse, Moline (I-74 and River Dr. area) Questions?  Call 563-639-1094

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There is an Early Out on Wednesday, December 5th.  Please plan accordingly.

Make-Up Snow Day: The day missed on Monday, November 26 due to weather conditions will be made up on Wednesday, June 5, 2019.

Upcoming Events

12/3     High School Band Concerts @ 6:30 & 8:00 p.m.

12/4     JH/HS Orchestra Concert @ HS @ 6:30 p.m.

12/5       K-12 Early out and Blood Drive

12/6     Grade 4-6 Orchestra & 6th Grade Choir Concert @ HS

Community Opportunities

Quad Cities Rowing Open House: Quad Cities Rowing invites all students and parents to an Open House on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 8:30-11 am.   Meet current junior and masters rowers. Talk with World, National and Regional champions to discover what rowing has to offer.   Find out about college rowing scholarship opportunities. Where: Sylvan Street Boathouse, Moline (I-74 and River Dr. area) Questions?  Call 563-639-1094

#SpartanNation November 16, 2018

Posted November 16th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s November 16th issue of The Pulse here.

Winter Classroom Parties: Sign ups for the Winter Classroom Parties will be sent out Saturday, November 17th at 8:00 a.m. via Sign Up Genius and a link will be posted on Facebook.  Be on the lookout!

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Upcoming Events

11/28   First grade field trip to Galvin Fine arts center

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Family Holiday Workshop: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Family Holiday Workshop on Thursday, December 6thClick here for full details!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

Cody PTA Bingo Night: Come for an evening of free family fun at Cody PTA’s BINGO night!  BINGO night is TONIGHT, Friday, November 16th in the Cody Cafeteria.  Doors open at 6:00 pm and games start at 6:15.  Bring the whole family to play 10 games and win fun prizes.  Baked goods, treats, and drinks will be available for purchase.  Donation of prizes and baked goods are appreciated, as well as volunteering to help make this night a success. Click here to sign up!  If you have prizes to donate, please send them to the school office for Michelle Mahrt.  Any questions, contact Michelle at hensingm@yahoo.com

Donuts with Dad: The Cody PTA will be hosting Donuts with Dad on Friday, December 7. Your child and a special guest are invited to attend. Doors will not open until 7:45 am. Please plan accordingly. Thank you!

Cody PTA Meeting Moved: The Tuesday, December 11 PTA meeting will now be in the morning at 8:30 a.m., instead of the evening. Thank you!

Cody Spelling Bee:The Cody Spelling Bee will be held on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 3:30pm in the library.  Students in 3rd-6th grade are allowed to participate and the winner will represent Cody in the regional spelling bee at Augustana College on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019.  Stop in the library or office for a permission form and a list of words to study.

Winter Weather Recess: Students will have outdoor recess when the temperature is 0-degrees or above.   If the temperature (wind-chill included) is less than 0 degrees, our students stay inside for recess.  When they do go outside, please make sure that your student(s) are dressed appropriately (coats, gloves or mittens, hats, and boots if necessary).  Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

“Cody Families” at Cody School: Part of our mission at Cody School is to create an inclusive learning environment.  One way we promote this is through the activities of “Cody Families”.  Cody Families are comprised of students of various grades who are under a leader who is a staff member at Cody.  Every teacher and staff member has a “family” of about 12 members.  We meet in our families several times a year to do Character Counts activities.  We will meet in our families on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.  The focus of this activity is Kindness as a celebration of World Kindness Day which was November 13th.  The lesson is based on a book by Mo Willems, Leonardo and the Terrible Monster.  Ask your child on Tuesday about their “Cody Family” experience.

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Upcoming Events

11/16                     PTA Bingo @ 6:00 p.m.

11/16                     Conferences Completed

11/21-11/24        NO SCHOOL

11/28                   1st Grade to St. Ambrose University

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Family Holiday Workshop: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Family Holiday Workshop on Thursday, December 6thClick here for full details!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

Hopewell Winter Program:  Please join Hopewell for the K-6 Winter Program that will be sure to put you in the holiday spirit!  There will be two all school performances this year, both held on December 4th. The first performance will begin at 9:00 a.m. for families of students with last names that begin A-L.  The second performance will begin at 1:00 p.m.  for students with last names that begin M-Z.   The gym doors will open ½ hour before the performance allowing audience members to find seats. Parking will be available in the east side parking lot.  There will be additional parking on the cement on the playground.  Parking is prohibited in bus and fire lanes in front of the school.  The side doors and the playground doors will open for ease of entrance.

Hopewell Gift Cards – Please remember to buy gift cards on the special occasions like Birthdays, anniversary, Thanksgiving, Christmas and so many more through Hopewell Gift card Committee and support our PTA. You can buy gift cards for local businesses such as Coffee Hound, Granite City, Burkes and more! There are also many national cards too! Some of the cards have dollar minimums – $25 for most local businesses and $100 for some national. For more information please contact Shubhangi Agrawal: shubhangi1012@gmail.com.

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Family Holiday Workshop: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Family Holiday Workshop on Thursday, December 6thClick here for full details!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

Thank You from the PTA: The time of year to remember what we are thankful for…….  The PTA couldn’t host amazing events without its volunteers.  We have a wonderful school community and working together we have done and continue to do great things for our school.  THANK YOU TO ALL VOLUNTEERS!

Mornings with Mom Totals: Totals from Mornings with Mom are in and the 6th Grade class raised over $2500.  Thanks to all of those that helped and attended.

Fall Fest Totals: Fall Fest totals are in as well, over $19,000 was raised and those funds go right back into the classrooms.  At the December PTA meeting we will vote to approve the Gifts to School list.

PTA Treasurer: The PTA Treasurer, Lisa, will be relocating therefore we are looking for a replacement.  Email Michelle LeMoine if you are interested.  thelemoines@mediacombb.net

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Family Holiday Workshop: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Family Holiday Workshop on Thursday, December 6thClick here for full details!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

Winter Program Shuttle Info: Click here for all info regarding the Winter Program Shuttle.

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Upcoming Events

11/27     PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

12/7       Winter Program, 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

12/11     Spelling Bee @ 3:15 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Family Holiday Workshop: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Family Holiday Workshop on Thursday, December 6thClick here for full details!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

PVJH PTA Meeting: Please join the monthly PVJH PTA Meeting on November 28th at 1:30 p.m. in the Conference Area.

Reminder to Parents and Students: With cold weather upon us, please do not drop your student off prior to 7:00 a.m. Exceptions would be early morning chorus, band or a club. Doors are not unlocked until 7:00 a.m.

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!

PV Trap Team Apparel Webstore: Get the latest PV Trap Team gear by shopping on the webstore until November 25th!  Apparel will not be able to be ordered once the webstore closes.  Items estimated to ship 12/12/18.  Click here to SHOP! If there are any questions, please email kristinhwehrman@gmail.com or call/text Kris at 563-949-7122.

Baseball Meeting: There will be a Baseball Parent/Player meeting on Thursday, November 29th at 8:00pm in the High School Cafeteria for anyone interested in playing High School Baseball next summer for PVHS.

Community Opportunities

Quad Cities Rowing Open House: Quad Cities Rowing invites all students and parents to an Open House on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 8:30-11 am.   Meet current junior and masters rowers. Talk with World, National and Regional champions to discover what rowing has to offer.   Find out about college rowing scholarship opportunities. Where: Sylvan Street Boathouse, Moline (I-74 and River Dr. area) Questions?  Call 563-639-1094

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Thanksgiving Break: There will be no school from 11/21-11/23 for Thanksgiving Break. Enjoy the break!

New Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App: Infinite Campus has two new and improved Mobile Portal Apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus Mobile Portal App, please download the new app. Eventually, Infinite Campus will no longer support the old app. To download your free apps, please click here: NEW CAMPUS MOBILE APPS

You will also notice that the web-based Parent/Student Portals will be converted to a new Campus Student/Campus Parent format by the end of the 18-19 school year.  Get an early look at the new format by clicking “Try the new Campus Parent” from the upper-right of your Portal.

Upcoming Events

11/21-11/23        NO SCHOOL – THANKSGIVING

11/26                     School Board Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.

11/27                     Orchestra Booster Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

11/28                     Lunch & Learn – Allied Health

11/29                     Choral Booster Meeting @6:30 p.m.

11/30                     2nd Quarter Mid-Term

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Webstore: Order your PV wrestling apparel through Sunday November 18!  Click here to shop!  https://pvhswrest2018.itemorder.com/sale

Boys Soccer Meeting:  There will be a PVHS Boys Soccer meeting to discuss the upcoming soccer season on November 19th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the PVHS Cafeteria.

Girls Soccer Meeting: There will be a PVHS Girls Soccer meeting to discuss the upcoming soccer season on November 19th from 7:15 – 8:00 p.m. in the PVHS Cafeteria.

PV Trap Team Apparel Webstore: Get the latest PV Trap Team gear by shopping on the webstore until November 25th!  Apparel will not be able to be ordered once the webstore closes.  Items estimated to ship 12/12/18.  Click here to SHOP! If there are any questions, please email kristinhwehrman@gmail.com or call/text Kris at 563-949-7122.

Baseball Meeting: There will be a Baseball Parent/Player meeting on Thursday, November 29th at 8:00pm in the High School Cafeteria for anyone interested in playing High School Baseball next summer for PVHS.

Community Opportunities

Quad Cities Rowing Open House: Quad Cities Rowing invites all students and parents to an Open House on Saturday December 1, 2018 from 8:30-11 am.   Meet current junior and masters rowers. Talk with World, National and Regional champions to discover what rowing has to offer.   Find out about college rowing scholarship opportunities. Where: Sylvan Street Boathouse, Moline (I-74 and River Dr. area) Questions?  Call 563-639-1094

#SpartanNation November 9, 2018

Posted November 9th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s November 9th issue of The Pulse here.

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Athletics and Activities

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

Community Opportunities

Family Day at the Figge: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Free Family Day on November 17thClick here for details!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Cody PTA Meeting: Please join the Cody PTA for their next meeting on Monday, November 12 in the library.

Skating Party:  Don’t forget to mark your calendars for the Cody Skating party on Tuesday, November 13th!  See you there!

Cody PTA Bingo Night: Come for an evening of free family fun at Cody PTA’s BINGO night!  BINGO night is Friday, November 16th in the Cody Cafeteria.  Doors open at 6:00 pm and games start at 6:15.  Bring the whole family to play 10 games and win fun prizes.  Baked goods, treats, and drinks will be available for purchase.  Donation of prizes and baked goods are appreciated, as well as volunteering to help make this night a success. Click here to sign up.  If you have prizes to donate, please send them to the school office for Michelle Mahrt.  Any questions, contact Michelle at hensingm@yahoo.com

Winter Weather Recess: Students will have outdoor recess when the temperature is 0-degrees or above.   If the temperature (wind-chill included) is less than 0 degrees, our students stay inside for recess.  When they do go outside, please make sure that your student(s) are dressed appropriately (coats, gloves or mittens, hats, and boots if necessary).  Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Cody Winter Program: Cody will be having two performances for the Winter Program again this year.  Due to the amazing number of family and friends who have attended in previous years, it has become necessary to offer two performance times.  Cody will use the following system to reduce the number of audience members in a given performance and therefore reduce the wait time and increase the seating availability. Cody will alternate which half of the alphabet goes first every year.

  • Friends and family members of students whose last name begins with letters L – Z will attend the morning performance at 9:00 a.m.
  • Friends and family members of students whose last name begins with letters A – K will attend the afternoon performance at 1:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events

11/12     PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

11/13     Skating Party @ 6:00 p.m.

11/16     PTA Bingo @ 6:00 p.m.

11/16     Conferences Completed

Athletics and Activities

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

Community Opportunities

Family Day at the Figge: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Free Family Day on November 17thClick here for details!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Volunteer Opportunities at Hopewell:

1.      School supplies are delivered the end of July, then organized and sent to the classroom for the children in August. There is now ONE position open for a School Supply Co-Chair. Please contact Kimberly Todd (toddkimberlyk@johndeere.com) if you can help!

2.      Did you go to the amazing World Culture Night at Hopewell? It was amazing! They have several team members but are looking for 2 more Co-Chairs. Please contact Jayson Johnson (jkjohnson1@outlook.com) if you can help

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Athletics and Activities

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

Community Opportunities

Family Day at the Figge: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Free Family Day on November 17thClick here for details!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Student Drop-Off Procedure Reminder from Principal Cotton:  As the temperatures get colder throughout the year, Pleasant View typically observes more and more students in the drop-off zone getting out of cars as close to the school as possible.  This means that parents are having their kids wait in their car until they are near the steps that lead up to the patio.  Please know that this causes a large back-up in our drop-off zone and driveway.  When this happens, kids may end up tardy to school because the doors on the patio area of the building are automatically locked at 8:30 a.m.

As I explain in my drop-off/pick-up zone video that is posted on the Pleasant View website, the entire sidewalk is considered the drop-off zone.  When the line of cars comes to a stop, children should begin exiting cars and walking along the sidewalk to the school.  If everyone would follow this procedure, student drop-off would take little time and few students would end up tardy to school.  I started this message with recognizing that temperatures are getting colder.  Please have your child appropriately dressed in a winter coat, hat, gloves, etc. each day so they can exit the car along the sidewalk and remain as warm as possible during this short walk into the school from the car.

A variety of videos and pictures about our pick-up/drop-off procedures can be found at this link:  Pleasant View Parking Lot Procedures.  Feel free to contact me with questions or concerns about our student drop-off procedures.

4th – 6th Grade Battle of the Books: Pleasant View students in 4th-6th grade are invited to participate in a Battle of the Books style competition. Using the Iowa Children’s Choice Award list, teams of students will have the opportunity to compete in a local, district, and regional events. Team registration has begun!  If your child is interested in participating, Click Here for more information or contact Mrs. Anderson, Teacher Librarian andersonbeverly@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Upcoming Events

11/12   PTA Meeting

Athletics and Activities

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

Community Opportunities

Family Day at the Figge: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Free Family Day on November 17thClick here for details!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Musical Bingo: Join the Riverdale Heights PTA on Friday, November 9th for Musical BINGO Night at Riverdale Heights Elementary. Enjoy an evening of fun, music, contests, and BINGO with all your friends and family. Prizes will be awarded for all winners, and pizza and other concessions will be available for purchase. BINGO chips will be on sale for $5. The event begins at 6:00 p.m., ends at 8:00 p.m., and will take place in the cafeteria. Please come early, as seats fill up fast. This is not a drop off event; all children must be accompanied by a parent.

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Upcoming Events

11/9       Bingo Night @ 6:30 p.m.

11/12     Veteran’s Day Assembly @ 9:30 a.m.

11/27   PTA Mtg @ 6:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

Community Opportunities

Family Day at the Figge: Head to the Figge Art Museum for the Free Family Day on November 17thClick here for details!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Reminder of Junior High Library Policies and Procedures: Books are checked out for a two week (10 school day) time period. There is a five day grace period from when the book is due to when the overdue fine is incurred. On the fifth day a fine of $.25 starts accruing at a rate of $.05 a day until the book is returned. Courtesy emails are sent out every Monday morning. If the “subject” line states overdue notice it means that the book(s) has not been returned. If the “subject” line states fine notice it means the book(s) has been returned, but it was returned late and a fine has incurred. Fines can be paid in the library. Students are allowed to have one book checked out with a fine. Please note, we cannot transfer money from a student’s lunch account to pay the library fine. Please contact Mrs. Roche with any questions.

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Veteran’s Day at PVJH: PVJH will be honoring Veteran’s Day on Monday, November 12th.  Please encourage your student to wear red, white and blue in support of both our Veterans as well as our soldiers who are currently serving.

Athletics and Activities

PV Boys Swimming Webstore: Get the latest PV boys swimming gear by shopping on the webstore until November 11th. Click here to shop!

PV Trap Team – The PV Trap Team will be holding an informational night, as well as handing out registration paperwork, next Wednesday (11/14/18) at 6:30 p.m. in the Blackbox Theater (Room 25) at Pleasant Valley High School.  Paperwork will be due at a later time.  Any questions or if you are unable to attend, please call/text Kris at 563-949-7122.

PV Baseball Winter Camp:  Get your baseball player ready for the spring season with the PV Baseball Winter Camp! Click here for details!

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Report Cards:  Q1 Report Cards are now available on the Portal.

PV Athletic Boosters – The PV Athletic Boosters will NOT be open for sales this Saturday!  Please mark your calendars now for the upcoming holiday dates!!

  • Tuesday, December 4th     5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 8th   9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, December 11th   5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Willing and able to help with clothing sales?  One shift is all we ask!  The more that help with this, the easier the overall job is and the more that can be given back to PV!  Please signup to help here.  Any questions, please contact Kris (563-949-7122).

Upcoming Events

11/12                     Assembly Schedule – 10:25 a.m. Veteran’s Assembly and Rededication of Veterans Memorial Wall

11/12                     PTA Meeting @ 5:30 p.m.

11/12                     Jazz Band Showcase@ 7:00 p.m.

11/15-11/17        OPUS/IHSMA All state Band, Choral, Orchestra – Ames, IA

Athletics and Activities

PV Boys Swimming Webstore: Get the latest PV boys swimming gear by shopping on the webstore until November 11th. Click here to shop!

PV Trap Team – The PV Trap Team will be holding an informational night, as well as handing out registration paperwork, next Wednesday (11/14/18) at 6:30 p.m. in the Blackbox Theater (Room 25) at Pleasant Valley High School.  Paperwork will be due at a later time.  Any questions or if you are unable to attend, please call/text Kris at 563-949-7122.

Boys Soccer Meeting:  There will be a PVHS Boys Soccer meeting to discuss the upcoming soccer season on November 19th from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the PVHS Cafeteria.

Girls Soccer Meeting: There will be a PVHS Girls Soccer meeting to discuss the upcoming soccer season on November 19th from 7:15 – 8:00 p.m. in the PVHS Cafeteria.

#SpartanNation November 2, 2018

Posted November 2nd, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s November 2nd issue of The Pulse here.

Upcoming Events

11/7       PTA Meeting @ 9:30 a.m.

11/7       Early Dismissal

11/7       Hour of Code-4th grade

11/8       Conferences-Book Fair from 3:30-8:00 p.m.

11/9D    Donuts with Dads from 7:45-8:30 a.m.

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

Putnam Museum November Calendar: November is full of fun, family-friendly events at the Putnam Museum! Click here to check out the list of events!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

Cody Book Fair:  The Cody PTA will be holding the Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, November 5th– Friday, November 9th.  It will held in the library and will be open during lunch time every day.  It will also have after school hours Tuesday and Wednesday 4-7 and Thursday 3-8. Can’t make it to the fair?  Check out the online fair and shop an extended selection between October 26th – November 11th by clicking here.  The book fair is made possible by volunteers.  If you are available and would like to sign up to work a shift, please visit the sign up page by clicking here.

PTA Reflections: Congratulations to everyone who participated in Reflections.  Cody has the 41 students participate and 57 projects turned in! Thank you to Elizabeth Foad and Steph Peterson for all their efforts promoting Reflections at Cody.  A pizza party is planned for any student who turned in a project.

Upcoming Events

11/6       Conference Flex Dates Start (*Only door unlocked will be school front door)

11/7       Early Out

11/7       4th Grade Hour of Code 1:30pm-3:00pm

11/8       Elementary Conference Set Night 3:30pm-8:00pm

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

Putnam Museum November Calendar: November is full of fun, family-friendly events at the Putnam Museum! Click here to check out the list of events!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

Hopewell Poverty Drive: Sixth grade students have organized a drive to help the poor and homeless in the Quad Cities community.  The Poverty Drive will be taking place November 5th-9th at Hopewell Elementary School and your help is needed!  Students can help by donating certain items specific to their grade level and slightly worn clothing and shoes.  Thank you for the difference you will make!  Click here to view the class list of items being collected. 

Hopewell PTA Meeting: The next PTA Meeting is November 8th at 9:00 a.m. – This meeting will approve the bylaws for the next 3 years for the Hopewell PTA. Please attend if you can!

Hopewell Book Fair: The Hopewell Book Fair dates are November 6th and 8th from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you can help with set up or clean up please contact kloreiter@yahoo.com. The selection is always great! There are books and other small related items like erasers, book markers and posters. There are also adult books too – perfect for gift giving!

PV Apparel Sale at Hopewell: PV Apparel will also be sold during the November 8th Book Fair! This is a one-time only event! Hopewell is very excited to have the Apparel, as it will have all the apparel that you see at the High School. It will not say Hopewell, but it is all Spartan!!!  Let’s show the Athletic Boosters how much Hopewell appreciates this opportunity!

Conference Childcare: Childcare will be provided for conferences November 8th. The conference room next to the library will have supervised care for conferences from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Family Activity Night: Hopewell Family Activity Night is November 9 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There won’t be pizza, but there will be a TACO Truck so you can buy a yummy dinner! There are games and dancing – music and FUN! It is a great way to burn of the week with a high energy event that the kids LOVE! See you there!

Hearing Screening Volunteers Needed:  Nurse Kim Zupancic is still looking for volunteers to assist with the AEA Hearing Screens for K, 1st, 2nd, 5th graders and all new students to the district on November 15th.  To volunteer, please email zupancickim@pleasval.k12.ia.us if you are available to escort children to and from class for any part of the day.

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

Putnam Museum November Calendar: November is full of fun, family-friendly events at the Putnam Museum! Click here to check out the list of events!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

PTA After School Book Club:  The PTA After School Program is pleased to offer a 5th and 6th grade book club reading From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. FrankweilerPlease click here for more details and the form to sign up.  Limited space is available.

Conference Babysitters: The PTA provides complimentary babysitters in the gymnasium during conferences!  Babysitters will be there on Tuesday, 11/6 and Thursday, 11/8 from 3:15-8:15 both nights.  Take your student(s) to the gym, sign them in, attend your conference(s) and then pick them back up and sign them out!

Upcoming Events

11/7       Early dismissal 1:30 p.m.

11/8       K-6 Conferences 3:30 – 8:00 p.m.

11/8       Book Fair 3:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

Putnam Museum November Calendar: November is full of fun, family-friendly events at the Putnam Museum! Click here to check out the list of events!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

Conference Meal Sign Up: Riverdale Heights PTA is looking for volunteers to sign up to bring food for Teachers on the conference night, Tuesday, November 6th. Click here to signup to bring food. As a note, please label all your containers, spoons, crockpots and lids. Drop your signed food before 3:00 p.m. in the front office. You can pick your utensils after 8:00 p.m.  in the front office or the next morning. If you have any question please contact Sankari Kandasamy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

Musical Bingo: Join the Riverdale Heights PTA on Friday, November 9th for Musical BINGO Night at Riverdale Heights Elementary. Enjoy an evening of fun, music, contests, and BINGO with all your friends and family. Prizes will be awarded for all winners, and pizza and other concessions will be available for purchase. BINGO chips will be on sale for $5. The event begins at 6:00 p.m., ends at 8:00 p.m., and will take place in the cafeteria. Please come early, as seats fill up fast. This is not a drop off event; all children must be accompanied by a parent.

Veteran’s Day Commemoration:  Riverdale Height’s Veteran’s Day Commemoration invites all veterans and their families to come and share in honoring all veterans on this Veteran’s Day on Monday, November 12th at 9:30 a.m. Please call and RSVP to the Riverdale Heights office staff at 563-332-0525.  Click here for details!

Lost and Found: Please be sure to check the Riverdale Heights Lost and Found to see if there are any articles that belong to your student.  Thank you!

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

Putnam Museum November Calendar: November is full of fun, family-friendly events at the Putnam Museum! Click here to check out the list of events!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

Staff Appreciation Luncheon:  The PTA is in need of additional items for the Staff Luncheon on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 to complete the Italian menu. Click here to sign up to help provide!

2nd Quarter Sports Concessions: CONCESSION TABLE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! PTA is in need of volunteers to work the concession table during girls basketball games and wrestling matches. Click here to volunteer your time

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  There will be an Early Out on Wednesday, November 7th.  Please plan accordingly.

FAFSA & Flapjacks: St. Ambrose Admissions & Financial Aid staff will be available to help complete the FAFSA on Saturday, November 3rd!  PARENTS: What to bring:  PARENTS:  2017 tax returns, SSN, record of any investments or untaxed income (real estate, child support), balance of bank accounts, FSA ID (if you have created one)  STUDENTS:  2017 tax returns (if you filed), SSN, balance of bank accounts, FSA ID (if you have created one)

  • Appointments encouraged, walk-ins welcome – In a hurry?  Email FrakesHilaryA@sau.edu to confirm an appointment time
  • Time: 9 am – 12 pm
  • Date: Saturday, November 3rd
  • Location: St Ambrose University; Welcome & Admissions Center.
  • Documents needed: click here! 

1st Quarter Grades: 1st Quarter grades are now available on the parent student portal.   If you have questions or concerns about your student’s report card, please contact the teacher by email or call 563-332-5151.  To access the report cards on the portal, click “Reports” under the student’s name.  Then select the “HS Q1 Report Card”. If you do not have a portal account, please contact Susan Parks at 563-332-5550.

Upcoming Events

11/3       Musical @ 7:00 p.m.

11/4       Musical @ 2:00 p.m.

11/5       Band Parent Association Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

11/7       PK-12 Early Out

11/8       NHS Ceremony @ 7:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Community Opportunities

Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation Event: The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to cure inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. The Foundation is hosting a free Patient Education Seminar for the Quad Cities Metropolitan Area. It will be held starting at 5:30PM on Wednesday, November 7th 2018, at the American Red Cross Building (1100 River Drive, Moline IL). Click here for details on this event!

#SpartanNation October 26, 2018

Posted October 25th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s October 26th issue of The Pulse here.

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

Elementary Halloween Parties:  Halloween parties will begin in classrooms on October 31, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.  Weather permitting, all students will parade at approximately 2:15 p.m. on the playground/track.  Parents may position themselves outside on the playground to watch the parade and can head to classrooms at 2:30 p.m.  Only room parents / sponsors may head to classrooms at 2:00 to help students get ready for the parade.

  • Reminder: Costumes may not include any kind of toy weapon (knives, swords, etc.).  They should not depict violent acts or the results of violence through the use of fake blood, etc.  Please be mindful that our school community encompasses children of all ages and costumes should not be frightening to others.

***Don’t forget the Spartan Safe Snack list when sending treats with your student!

Book Fair:  The Bridgeview Book Fair is coming soon!  Volunteer help is needed, so please click here to sign up for a shift!

Check out the NEW DATES and TIMES for the Fair:

  • Saturday, Nov 3rd 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (during Fall Craft Fair)
  • Thursday, Nov 8th 4:00 p.m.-8:00p.m.(during Conferences)

4th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 4th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on November 7th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 4th grade student online by November 4th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on November 5th.

Upcoming Events

10/29     NO SCHOOL

10/30     Bridgeview and Beyond-last class

10/31     Halloween parade and parties

11/3       Scholastic Book Fair from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in BV Cafeteria

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

 Elementary Halloween Parties:  Halloween parties will begin in classrooms on October 31, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.  Weather permitting, all students will parade at approximately 2:15 p.m. on the playground/track.  Parents may position themselves outside on the playground to watch the parade and can head to classrooms at 2:30 p.m.  Only room parents / sponsors may head to classrooms at 2:00 to help students get ready for the parade.

  • Reminder: Costumes may not include any kind of toy weapon (knives, swords, etc.).  They should not depict violent acts or the results of violence through the use of fake blood, etc.  Please be mindful that our school community encompasses children of all ages and costumes should not be frightening to others.

***Don’t forget the Spartan Safe Snack list when sending treats with your student!

 “First in Line Spot” Winner:  As part of a silent auction prize from the Cody Fall Frolic, one lucky parent will be the “First in Line” for after school pick up for the rest of the year!  Please note if you pick your child up from school in the car rider line, this car is able to drive directly to the beginning of the line when she arrives. The vehicle is a black Altima.  All other vehicles should follow Cody’s pickup procedures. Thank you and congrats to the winner!

Cody A.M. Drop Off Procedures: If you drop off your student in the mornings, please take time to click here and review the Cody A.M. Drop Off Procedures.  Thank you for your attention to this information!

Book Fair:  The Cody PTA will be holding our Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, November 5th– Friday, November 9th.  It will be open during lunch time every day and will also have after school hours Tuesday and Wednesday 4-7 and Thursday 3-8.  Can’t make it to the fair?  Check out the online fair and shop an extended selection between October 26th – November 11th by clicking here.  The book fair is made possible by volunteers.  If you are available and would like to sign up to work a shift, please visit the sign up page by clicking here.

4th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 4th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on November 7th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 4th grade student online by November 4th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on November 5th.

Cody Library Reading Incentive: I mustache you…what are you reading?  Cody Library is offering a reading incentive for the month of November that asks the question, “I mustache, what are you reading?” Can you suggest a good book to a friend? If Cody Library circulates more books in November 2018 compared to November 2017 (3,286 circulations) we will celebrate with a mustache day at the end of the month. Paralleling our month long reading incentive, Cody Library is also encouraging students to check-out materials that they simply enjoy reading.  This may include:

  • Expanding our definition of reading to include non-fiction, graphic novels, comics, nonfiction, comic strips, humor, magazines, newspapers, and online text
  • Getting students to recommend reading they do like to other students.
  • Providing students with role models for reading in school and at home.

Although these suggestions come from the “Guys Read” initiative created by renowned children’s book author Jon Scieszka, everyone’s love of reading will always be supported here at Cody Library!

For Safety and Accountability: Please remember to contact the main office if your child plans a different after school event other than their normal after school routine.  Cody takes this responsibility very seriously.  Please write a note in their student planner, call (563)332-0210, email Mrs. Kipper, kipperjennifer@pleasval.k12.ia.us, or Mrs. Spinsby, spinsbyc@pleasval.k12.ia.us

Winter Recess:  Please make sure that your student(s) are dressed appropriately for outdoor recess.  Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

Lost and Found: Make sure to check the lost and found table, (located in main hallway between restrooms and drinking fountain) any unclaimed items left on table will be donated to Goodwill after winter break.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

Elementary Halloween Parties:  Halloween parties will begin in classrooms on October 31, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.  Weather permitting, all students will parade at approximately 2:15 p.m. on the playground/track.  Parents may position themselves outside on the playground to watch the parade and can head to classrooms at 2:30 p.m.  Only room parents / sponsors may head to classrooms at 2:00 to help students get ready for the parade.

  • Reminder: Costumes may not include any kind of toy weapon (knives, swords, etc.).  They should not depict violent acts or the results of violence through the use of fake blood, etc.  Please be mindful that our school community encompasses children of all ages and costumes should not be frightening to others.

***Don’t forget the Spartan Safe Snack list when sending treats with your student!

Child Care for November 8th Conferences: The conference room next to the library will have sitters for conferences for the November 8th Conferences 3:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Fall Book Fair Coming to Hopewell: Hopewell’s Fall Book Fair will be on Tuesday, November 6th and Thurs, November 8th from 3pm-8pm in the school cafeteria!! Come shop! 50% of our sales go back into our school library and teacher classrooms! PTA is in need of volunteers to help set up (2pm-3pm) and tear down (7:45pm-8:30pm) on each day! Can you help? Contact Kelly Reiter at kloreiter@yahoo.com to sign up for a shift! Thank you and see you there!!

PV Apparel Sale: For everyone who misses the apparel sales at the PV High School – they are coming to Hopewell! The sale will be co-located in the cafeteria with the book sale so you can one stop shop!

4th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 4th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on November 7th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 4th grade student online by November 4th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on November 5th.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

Elementary Halloween Parties:  Halloween parties will begin in classrooms on October 31, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.  Weather permitting, K-3 students will parade around the perimeter of the primary playground for the intermediate classes at approximately 2:10 p.m.  Parents who have been contacted by K-3 teachers to assist students with costumes should report to the K-3 classrooms at 1:50 p.m..

  • Reminder: Costumes may not include any kind of toy weapon (knives, swords, etc.).  They should not depict violent acts or the results of violence through the use of fake blood, etc.  Please be mindful that our school community encompasses children of all ages and costumes should not be frightening to others.

***Don’t forget the Spartan Safe Snack list when sending treats with your student!

PTA After School Book Club:  The PTA After School Programs is pleased to offer a 5th and 6th grade book club reading From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. FrankweilerPlease click here for more details and the form to sign up.  Limited space is available.

4th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 4th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on November 7th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 4th grade student online by November 4th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on November 5th.

Book Fair Volunteers Needed:  The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Pleasant View on Tuesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 8th.  The Fair will be open during parent-teacher conferences from 3:00-8:00 PM.  Students will preview the books on October 30th and Nov 1st and will have an opportunity to make purchases from the Book Fair carts on November 2nd.   Volunteers are needed to help make the Book Fair a success. You can help students compile wish lists; help students purchase books during school hours; setup, run the cash register, locate books for parents and cleanup on our two fair nights. Please click here to volunteer for any times that you can.   Pleasant View appreciates your support of the Book Fair!

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

Elementary Halloween Parties:  Halloween parties will begin in classrooms on October 31, 2018 at 2:30 p.m.  Weather permitting, all students will parade at approximately 2:15 p.m. on the playground/track.  Parents may position themselves outside on the playground to watch the parade and can head to classrooms at 2:30 p.m.  Only room parents / sponsors may head to classrooms at 2:00 to help students get ready for the parade.

  • Reminder: Costumes may not include any kind of toy weapon (knives, swords, etc.).  They should not depict violent acts or the results of violence through the use of fake blood, etc.  Please be mindful that our school community encompasses children of all ages and costumes should not be frightening to others.

***Don’t forget the Spartan Safe Snack list when sending treats with your student!

4th Grade Hour of Code: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 4th Grade students called “Hour of Code”. The Hour of Code is a brief introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics of computer science. This class will nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in ways that will inspire them to keep learning. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. We will meet at each elementary school on November 7th from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Bildner (bildnermegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). Please use this link to register your 4th grade student online by November 4th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. You will receive confirmation of your student’s enrollment on November 5th.

Box Top Collection: Riverdale Heights participates in the Box Tops for Education program. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school earn extra money. Starting in November there will be a monthly Box Tops Contest. The class with the most box tops returned will win the Riverdale Heights Box Tops Trophy, which can proudly be displayed in their classroom. The winning classroom will also have their picture displayed in the atrium. Box tops can be returned in baggies labeled with student and class name and placed in the blue box in the atrium.   Stay tuned for special prizes throughout the year as well!  **Fun Fact—did you know that you can help Riverdale Heights earn bonus rewards?  Download the app and scan in your receipts in addition to turning in the box tops—easy to use and extra money for the school!

Square 1 Art:  Your child’s art work and order form were sent home this week.  Orders can be placed online or by returning the order form with payment to the office.  The deadline to order is Nov. 8th.  You can keep the stickers and your child’s original artwork regardless of ordering.

Veteran’s Day Commemoration:  Riverdale Height’s Veteran’s Day Commemoration invites all veterans and their families to come and share in honoring all veterans on this Veteran’s Day on Monday, November 12th at 9:30 a.m. Please call and RSVP to the Riverdale Heights office staff at 563-332-0525.  Click here for details!

Upcoming Events

10/31     Halloween Parties, 2:30 pm

11/6       Parent-Teacher conferences from 3:30-8:00 p.m.

11/7       Early Dismissal @ 1:30 p.m.

11/8       Parent Teacher conferences from 3:30-8:00 p.m.

11/9       Bingo Night

11/12     Veteran’s Day Assembly @ 9:30 a.m. (Please call the school office if you are a veteran and will be attending.)

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Boys Winter Soccer Camp: Winter is coming and that means the PV Boys Winter Soccer Camp is almost here! Click here to learn more about the camp opportunities for Junior High and High School Boys Soccer players!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

steAm Lab Winter Classes:  steAm lab at Beréskin Gallery & Art Academy has released its winter classes just in time for holiday gift giving! Class opportunities are for ages preschool through 8th grade, with programs in science, technology, engineering, Art and math. Click here for class details!  Contact at www.bereskinartgallery.com

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

No School – Fall Break: There is no school for PK-12 Friday, 10/26 and Monday, 10/29 for Fall Break.  Enjoy the days off!

Drama Club Haunted Theatre:  The annual Drama Club Haunted Theatre is TOMORROW, Friday, October 26 from 1:00-4:30 p.m.!  This year, the Haunted Theatre is themed around the sinking of the Civil War steamboat “The Sultana.”   This event is open to all ages and the “level of scary” can be adjusted to your taste.  Admission is $3, $2 with food donation for The Student Hunger Drive, $1 for repeat admission – assuming you survive the first time through!

2019 International Trips:  LAST CALL for anyone interested in the 2019 trips!  The 2020 trips will be unveiled soon, but don’t miss out on these amazing destinations:

  • June: Europe: London, Paris, Switzerland, & Italy (10 spots remain)
  • June/July: Peru: Volunteer trip (3 spots remain)

Deadline to enroll is October 31st and space is limited. Contact Señorita Risius for more information:  risiusstephanie@pleasval.k12.ia.us

Junior JumpStart: The Junior JumpStart program will be presented to Juniors on Thursday, November 1st  and Friday, November 2nd  during economics or government classes.  The counselors will provide helpful resources about post-secondary research and planning, ACT/SAT testing information, dual enrollment opportunities for their senior year.  Juniors are also encouraged to utilize the Counseling Office and Career Center webpages on the Pleasant Valley High School site.  The Junior Jumpstart presentation is available by clicking here.

9th Grade High School Success Program: The high school counselors met with freshmen students during 8th periods.  The counselors provided information about graduation requirements, GPA’s, the RAI (Regents Admission Index), and strategies for academic success.  The Freshman Success presentation can be viewed by clicking here. 

Upcoming Events

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/26     Children’s Haunted Theatre – 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. @ PVHS Theatre

10/27     ACT Testing

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/30     1st Quarter Grades Due

10/31     Lunch & Learn – Manufacturing & Construction Rm 25

10/31   Senior Citizens Show @ 1:30 p.m. @ HS Theatre

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Webstore: Get the latest PV Girls Basketball gear by shopping on the Webstore until October 30thClick here to shop, shop, shop!

Kiss Me Kate – PVHS Fall Musical: The musical Kiss Me, Kate will be presented by PVHS on November 1 and 3 at 7pm and November 4 at 2:00pm.  Tickets are available at www.pleasval.org/theatre.  It is recommended that you purchase your reserved seat ticket online and soon!  This Broadway classic has been revived on Broadway numerous times.  It contains “Another Op’nin, Another Show,” “Always True to You,’ “Too Darn Hot,” and more! Don’t miss your opportunity to see this Cole Porter masterpiece.

Kiss Me Kate Senior Citizen Dress Rehearsal: The Spartan Theatre will hold a FREE dress rehearsal of this year’s musical Kiss Me, Kate on October 31 at 1:30 p.m. for Senior Citizens!  Doors will open at 12:45 p.m.  A shuttle will be available from the First Baptist Church.  Please RSVP to sunshine121600@msn.com.

Boys Winter Soccer Camp: Winter is coming and that means the PV Boys Winter Soccer Camp is almost here! Click here to learn more about the camp opportunities for Junior High and High School Boys Soccer players!

Community Opportunities

Figge Art Museum Day of the Dead Family Fiesta:  Celebrate the traditional Mexican Holiday, The Day of the Dead, at the Figge Art Museum this Sunday, October 28th from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m.!  Join in the free event and participate in crafts, enjoy music and dance, and snacks for all.  Click here for details!

#SpartanNation October 19, 2018

Posted October 19th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s October 19th issue of The Pulse here.

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/22     Second grade field trip to Bettendorf City Hall

10/22     Rotary Dictionary given to fourth grade

10/23     Reflections entries to be picked up

10/23     Bridgeview and Beyond

10/24     Last day for Reflection entries

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Community Opportunities

QC United Program Kindness Rocks Party:  Bring out the family this Sunday, October 21st to the Waterfront Convention Center for Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome Kindness Rocks Party to bring attention to National Bully-Prevention Month.  Click here for all the details!

Family Museum Scarecrow Shenanigans:  Have a ball and celebrate the fall season at the Scarecrow Shenanigans on October 21stClick here for details on this fun, family event!

Family Museum and Genesis Ages and Stages Class: Join therapists from the Genesis Outpatient Pediatric Team for a FREE discussion on “Ages and Stages: What to Expect in Your Child’s Development” on October 25th! Click here for full details!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Cody ALICE Safety Drill: On October 25th, Cody Elementary School  will be conducting an ALICE safety drill.  We encourage you to visit with your son/daughter after the drill to learn about any questions or concerns.  Please do not hesitate to contact me with any such information.  The teaching point we ask for you to reinforce with your son or daughter in the context of this drill is the great importance of always reporting any safety concerns they observe or hear about.  Let law enforcement and/or a school official know and let them determine the next best step.  By working together as a community, we can maximize the safety for all.

Registration for After School STEM activities at Cody School: The Cody PTA is thrilled to continue to offer after school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) enrichment opportunity to our fifth and six grade students.  The following is proposed offering for Basic Robotics and registration information. As with all after school activities, adult volunteers are needed to ensure success. No experience or special knowledge is necessary – just enthusiasm and support! If you and/or your student is interested in any of the following opportunities, please contact Joe Nels at jnels77@gmail.com or 847-812-0943. Volunteers are needed.

  • 5th/6th Graders: Basic Robotics classREGISTRATION FORM DUE OCTOBER 25th!!! InBasic Robotics, students will build and program LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robots and explore the world of robots and the technology involved with them! Join us in the Science Room every Friday from 3:00 P.M.—4:30 P.M. from November 2nd – December 14thStudents must be picked up promptly 4:30 P.M.  Click here for registration form!

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Community Opportunities

QC United Program Kindness Rocks Party:  Bring out the family this Sunday, October 21st to the Waterfront Convention Center for Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome Kindness Rocks Party to bring attention to National Bully-Prevention Month.  Click here for all the details!

Family Museum Scarecrow Shenanigans:  Have a ball and celebrate the fall season at the Scarecrow Shenanigans on October 21stClick here for details on this fun, family event!

Family Museum and Genesis Ages and Stages Class: Join therapists from the Genesis Outpatient Pediatric Team for a FREE discussion on “Ages and Stages: What to Expect in Your Child’s Development” on October 25th! Click here for full details!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Box Tops: Please remember to have your children bring all the Box Tops your family has collected to school before October 24. If you want to help cut and count we will be meeting Wednesday, October 24 at 9:30 in the conference room by the library. Mr. Welch uses the money collected from Box Tops for items (like recess games) that are needed around the school! Remember to sign up for Amazon Smiles – as a percentage of your purchases comes back to Hopewell PTA!

PTA Bylaws: Every 3 years the Iowa PTA requires that the bylaws for the Local PTA be updated and voted on by the members. The current updated bylaws are on the Hopewell PTA site with the minutes. These will be voted in by all the Hopewell PTA members at the meeting on the November 8th at 9:00 a.m.

Upcoming Events

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Community Opportunities

QC United Program Kindness Rocks Party:  Bring out the family this Sunday, October 21st to the Waterfront Convention Center for Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome Kindness Rocks Party to bring attention to National Bully-Prevention Month.  Click here for all the details!

Family Museum Scarecrow Shenanigans:  Have a ball and celebrate the fall season at the Scarecrow Shenanigans on October 21stClick here for details on this fun, family event!

Family Museum and Genesis Ages and Stages Class: Join therapists from the Genesis Outpatient Pediatric Team for a FREE discussion on “Ages and Stages: What to Expect in Your Child’s Development” on October 25th! Click here for full details!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

National Red Ribbon Week/Student Hunger Drive: National Red Ribbon Week and the Pleasant Valley Student Hunger Drive will be celebrated the week of October 22nd– October 25th. This year at Pleasant View we would like to encourage students to make healthy life choices and care for those in need by joining in the Student Hunger Drive. In addition to bringing in items for donation, students will be educated on the hunger needs of our local community as well as the problem nationwide. The Culture & Climate committee will be planning a Character Circle meeting that addresses the need to support our local hunger drive. Pleasant View is lucky to have such a caring community and is excited for students to have the opportunity to be a part of helping those in need. Healthy canned food or personal hygiene items will be accepted in classrooms all week long. The Pleasant View PTA would like to invite you to participate in both campaigns by showing your spirit in the themes, listed in the official letter that can be viewed by clicking here.  Thank you!

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Volunteers Needed:  The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Pleasant View on Tuesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 8th.  The Fair will be open during parent-teacher conferences from 3:00-8:00 PM.  Students will preview the books on October 30th and Nov 1st and will have an opportunity to make purchases from the Book Fair carts on November 2nd.   Volunteers are needed to help make the Book Fair a success. You can help students compile wish lists; help students purchase books during school hours; setup, run the cash register, locate books for parents and cleanup on our two fair nights. Please click here to volunteer for any times that you can.   Pleasant View appreciates your support of the Book Fair!

Upcoming Events

10/22     Visiting Artists @ 10:00 a.m.

10/25     Fall Picture Retakes

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/31   Halloween Parties @ 2:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Community Opportunities

QC United Program Kindness Rocks Party:  Bring out the family this Sunday, October 21st to the Waterfront Convention Center for Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome Kindness Rocks Party to bring attention to National Bully-Prevention Month.  Click here for all the details!

Family Museum Scarecrow Shenanigans:  Have a ball and celebrate the fall season at the Scarecrow Shenanigans on October 21stClick here for details on this fun, family event!

Family Museum and Genesis Ages and Stages Class: Join therapists from the Genesis Outpatient Pediatric Team for a FREE discussion on “Ages and Stages: What to Expect in Your Child’s Development” on October 25th! Click here for full details!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Fall Conferences Online Scheduling:  Riverdale Heights Elementary School will be using the PTC Fast Online Scheduling program for Parent-Teacher conferences for the 2018 – 2019 school year.  The online scheduling system will allow parents to select the time to meet with teachers that is easy and convenient for them.  The scheduling window will open Monday, October 15th and will remain open until Friday, October 26th.  Conferences are being held Tuesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 8th from 3:30-8:00 p.m.  Click here for more information and scheduling instructions!

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Red Ribbon Week: The week of October 22 – October 26 week is RED RIBBON WEEK. It is an excellent time for our school community to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. The RED RIBBON is a symbol to help us all remember to do our part in making America DRUG FREE. As a part of this special week and teaching our students to say “yes” to a healthy lifestyle, your student’s teacher will teach a lesson to support the Red Ribbon Week initiative and dress up days have been planned to heighten awareness of the purpose of the week as well. Click here to view the themed days for the week!

Riverdale Heights PTA Meeting: Please join the next PTA meeting, Tuesday, October 23rd. Learn about different Math and Steam programs offered within our community and participate in a Q&A session with our principal, Jennifer Gertson. Childcare will be provided. 6:30pm, Riverdale Heights Library. Please contact Kelli with any questions, kelli.hehlke@gmail.com.

Upcoming Events

10/23                     PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

10/26                     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29                     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/31                     Halloween Parties @ 2:30 p.m.

11/7                       Early Dismissal

11/6 & 11/8         Parent-Teacher Conferences

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Community Opportunities

QC United Program Kindness Rocks Party:  Bring out the family this Sunday, October 21st to the Waterfront Convention Center for Pete the Purple Bull’s Awesome Kindness Rocks Party to bring attention to National Bully-Prevention Month.  Click here for all the details!

Family Museum Scarecrow Shenanigans:  Have a ball and celebrate the fall season at the Scarecrow Shenanigans on October 21stClick here for details on this fun, family event!

Family Museum and Genesis Ages and Stages Class: Join therapists from the Genesis Outpatient Pediatric Team for a FREE discussion on “Ages and Stages: What to Expect in Your Child’s Development” on October 25th! Click here for full details!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

PVJH Concessions Needed:  PTA Concessions are gearing up for Season II Activities:  Cheerleading, Girls Basketball, and Wrestling!  Click here to view the list of items needed and bring your donations to the JH office by October 26th. Your contributions are appreciated. Thank you!

Student Hunger Drive: The Hunger Drive Challenge continues at the Junior High until October 31st.  Contributions are being collected in students’ Advisor classes.  Watch daily announcements for Advisor challenges. Prizes will be awarded for most contributions both individually and by group. Suggested contributions:

  • Peanut Butter
  • Cereal/Oatmeal
  • Canned fruits or vegetables
  • Canned protein (tuna, chicken, etc)
  • Boxed meals

Upcoming Events

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

PTA Reflections: This is the last weekend to work on entries for the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Service Learning Opportunities: Looking for service learning ideas?  There are many opportunities during the next few months within PVCSD or in the greater Quad Cities area.  Click here and take a few minutes to look at the service learning website calendar for up to date opportunities.

Upcoming Events

10/23     Orchestra Booster Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

10/24     1st Quarter Ends

10/26     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/26     Children’s Haunted Theatre – 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. @ PVHS Theatre

10/27     ACT Testing

10/29     NO SCHOOL Fall Break

10/30     1st Quarter Grades Due

10/31     Lunch & Learn – Manufacturing & Construction Rm 25

10/31   Senior Citizens Show @ 1:30 p.m. @ HS Theatre

Athletics and Activities

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

#SpartanNation October 12, 2018

Posted October 12th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s October 12th issue of The Pulse here.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/18     Picture Retake Day – If you want your child’s picture re-taken-bring in the photos that you purchased.  If your child was absent on the original fall picture day-order forms are in the office.

Athletics and Activities

4th Grade Orchestra Info Meeting Parking: Please click here to view the parking lot diagram and directions for PVJH before attending the 4th Grade Orchestra Informational Meeting on Monday, October 15th @ 6:30 p.m.  Thank you!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Fall Frolic Success: Thank you to everyone for help and support with the Fall Frolic Fundraiser!  It was a major success and that is due to every Cody family that was involved!

Student Hunger Drive: Help Cody collect cans for the Student Hunger Drive!  There will be boxes set up in each classroom for donations and on Friday students may wear hats during the school day and celebrate “Hats Off to Defeating Hunger”!  Let’s work hard to help the community!

Registration for After School STEM activities at Cody School: The Cody PTA is thrilled to continue to offer after school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) enrichment opportunity to our fifth and six grade students.  The following is proposed offering for Basic Robotics and registration information. As with all after school activities, we will need adult volunteers to ensure success. Please take a look at each opportunity and let me know if you are able to help. No experience or special knowledge is necessary – just enthusiasm and support! If you and/or your student is interested in any of the following opportunities, please contact Joe Nels at jnels77@gmail.com or 847-812-0943. Volunteers are needed.

5th/6th Graders: Basic Robotics class: REGISTRATION FORM DUE OCTOBER 24th!!! In Basic Robotics, students will build and program LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robots and explore the world of robots and the technology involved with them! Join us in the Science Room every Friday from 3:00 P.M.—4:30 P.M. from November 2nd – December 14thStudents must be picked up promptly 4:30 P.M.  Click here for registration form!

Box Top Collection: Support Cody by remembering to send in those Box Tops!!! Put your name inside your bag when you drop off your box tops and you will be entered in to a drawing for a Helium gift card. Submission date is at the end of October!

National School Lunch WeekNational School Lunch Week is Oct. 15-Oct. 19!  Be sure to say THANKS to the Cody school cafeteria workers for all their hard work!!

Winter Weather Recess: Students will have outdoor recess when the temperature is 0-degrees or above.   If the temperature (wind-chill included) is less than 0 degrees, our students stay inside for recess.  When they do go outside, please make sure that your student(s) are dressed appropriately (coats, gloves or mittens, hats, and boots if necessary).  Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

For Safety and Accountability: Please remember to contact the main office if your child plans a different after school event other than their normal after school routine.  Cody takes this responsibility very seriously.  Please write a note in their student planner, call (563)332-0210, email Mrs. Kipper, kipperjennifer@pleasval.k12.ia.us, or Mrs. Spinsby, spinsbyc@pleasval.k12.ia.us

Lost and Found: Make sure to check the lost and found table, (located in main hallway between restrooms and drinking fountain) any unclaimed items left on table will be donated to Goodwill after winter break.

Fall Conferences: Fall conference information will be coming in eNews on Oct. 19th.  Keep an eye out!

Athletics and Activities

4th Grade Orchestra Info Meeting Parking: Please click here to view the parking lot diagram and directions for PVJH before attending the 4th Grade Orchestra Informational Meeting on Monday, October 15th @ 6:30 p.m.  Thank you!

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/15   Picture Re-Take

Athletics and Activities

4th Grade Orchestra Info Meeting Parking: Please click here to view the parking lot diagram and directions for PVJH before attending the 4th Grade Orchestra Informational Meeting on Monday, October 15th @ 6:30 p.m.  Thank you!

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Pleasant View PTA Minutes: The October PTA Meeting Minutes are posted on the website for your review.

Upcoming Events

10/22     Visiting Artists @ 10:00 a.m.

10/25     Fall Picture Retakes

10/26     No School – Fall Break

10/29     No School – Fall Break

10/31     Halloween Parties @ 2:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

4th Grade Orchestra Info Meeting Parking: Please click here to view the parking lot diagram and directions for PVJH before attending the 4th Grade Orchestra Informational Meeting on Monday, October 15th @ 6:30 p.m.  Thank you!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Fall Conferences Online Scheduling:  Riverdale Heights Elementary School will be using the PTC Fast Online Scheduling program for Parent-Teacher conferences for the 2018 – 2019 school year.  The online scheduling system will allow parents to select the time to meet with teachers that is easy and convenient for them.  The scheduling window will open Monday, October 15th and will remain open until Friday, October 26th.  Conferences are being held Tuesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 8th  from 3:30-8:00 p.m.  Click here for more information and scheduling instructions!

Riverdale Heights World Culture Night:  Let’s celebrate the diversity of the Riverdale Heights families!
Join Riverdale on October 16th, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., for an evening full of culture, food, and fun, at the 1st Annual ‘We are Riverdale Heights Night’.  All of Riverdale Heights families come from a broad spectrum of cultures and backgrounds that make our school unique. It is important to celebrate and share differences, as well as similarities.  The PTA is asking that you bring a dish that is from the land of your ancestors, represents your cultural heritage, or simply, one of your family’s favorites!  Be looking for invitations to come home soon with a chance to RSVP for the event. You may also RSVP by clicking here!  

Sign Language Club Registration: Sign Language Club is open for all grades, k-6 and will meet on Tuesdays beginning October 23rd. Fall session and Spring sessions are available. Registration opens on Monday, October 15th at 8:00 a.m. at www.riverdaleheightspta.com

Lego Club Registration:  *New* Lego Club is our newest after school club and available for all Kindergarteners! The club will be held two times a month on Wednesdays, beginning November 14th. Fall and Spring sessions are available. Registration opens on Monday, October 15th at 8:00 a.m. at www.riverdaleheightspta.com

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/23   PTA Meeting in Library @ 6:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

4th Grade Orchestra Info Meeting Parking: Please click here to view the parking lot diagram and directions for PVJH before attending the 4th Grade Orchestra Informational Meeting on Monday, October 15th @ 6:30 p.m.  Thank you!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Fall Social Volunteers Needed: The PJVH Fall Social is coming up on October 12th, and volunteers are needed!  Click here to sign up!

PVJH Conference Scheduling: Pleasant Valley Junior High School will be using the PTC Fast Online Scheduling program for Parent-Teacher conferences for the 2018-2019 school year.  The scheduling window opened up on the evening of Wednesday, October 3rd and will remain open until the day of the conference. The junior high will hold conferences on Thursday, October 11th and Tuesday, October 16th from 3:30-7:30.  Click here for the scheduling link. 

Season 2 Athletics: Season 2 Athletics will begin on Friday, October 19th after school.  Season 2 consists of Girls Basketball, Wrestling and Cheerleading.

End of Quarter One: The end of the Quarter is Thursday, October 25th.  Students will begin their new orientation schedule on Tuesday, October 30th.

Bullying Awareness Month: Throughout the month of October, PVJH will be teaching and reminding students that harassment and bullying is not an acceptable behavior.  Please read this letter from your principal about PV’s policies concerning bullying and harassment.

7th Grade Social and Emotional Screener:  7th grade students will be taking the social emotional screener next week in their Language Arts class.  Please review the following letter regarding the purpose of the self-assessment screener.  PVJH asks that parents complete the Parent Screener by Thursday, October 25th.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/26   No School – Fall Break

10/29   No School – Fall Break

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

FreshFilms Documentary Opportunity: Calling all 9th – 12th graders interested in the film industry! FreshFilms is looking for students to be a part of their youth film crew on a documentary project I AM ABLE. Application deadline is Oct 25th or until program is full. Details and app available by clicking here.

College Admissions Representative Visits: Juniors and seniors who are looking at colleges – PVHS has college admissions representatives come to the school in the Fall and Spring. You can see who’s coming on the Career Center website by clicking here. Students should sign-up in advance and get a pass from their teacher. Visit times are only one class period, if you can’t make a visit but would like information let Mrs. Johnson (johnsonmary@pleasval.k12.ia.us) know PRIOR to the visit.

Upcoming Events

10/15   Drama Boosters Meeting @ 6:00 p.m. @ Caddies

10/17     All State Chorus Potluck @ 6:00 p.m.

10/23     Orchestra Booster Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

10/24     1st Quarter Ends

10/26     PK-12 NO SCHOOL / CHILDREN’S HAUNTED THEATRE @ 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. @ HS Theatre

10/27     ACT Testing

10/29     NO SCHOOL

10/30     1st Quarter Grades Due

10/31     Lunch & Learn – Manufacturing & Construction Rm 25

10/31     Senior Citizens Show @ 1:30 p.m. @ HS Theatre

#SpartanNation October 5, 2018

Posted October 5th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s October 5th issue of The Pulse here.

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: On October 9th, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

Upcoming Events

10/9       Flu Shots

10/9       Bridgeview and Beyond from 3:00-4:00 p.m.

10/11     Kindergarten Field Trip @ Cinnamon Farm

10/11     LeClaire Fire Department Open House @ 6:00 p.m.

Community Opportunities

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: On October 9th, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

Picture Retake DayCody’s picture retake day will be Thursday, October 11th. If your child was absent the day school pictures were taken, their picture will be taken for the yearbook.  If you did not purchase a picture package and would like to now, or if you would like your child’s picture retaken, you may have them photographed on this day.  In order to receive a picture package, the student must either bring a money envelope with the picture package listed (picture envelopes are available in the office) or return the picture package that was not satisfactory.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call the  office at 332-0210.

FOR SAFETY and ACCOUNTABILITY: Please remember to contact the main office if your child plans a different after school event other than their normal after school routine.  Cody takes this responsibility very seriously.  Please write a note in their student planner, call (563)332-0210, email Mrs. Kipper, kipperjennifer@pleasval.k12.ia.us, or Mrs. Spinsby, spinsbyc@pleasval.k12.ia.us

Outdoor Recess: Please make sure that your student(s) are dressed appropriately for outdoor recess.  Your help in this matter is greatly appreciated!

Lost and Found: Make sure to check the lost and found table, (located in main hallway between restrooms and drinking fountain) any unclaimed items left on table will be donated to Goodwill after winter break.

Cody Grandparent’s/Special Guest Day:  Cody Elementary is pleased to announce that Grandparent / Special Guest Day will be held in the afternoon on October 12, 2018.  Cody would like to welcome all grandparents and special guests from 1:00 p.m. until 2:45 p.m.  The afternoon will be spent in your grandchild’s/special guest’s classroom.  If you have multiple students you may visit their classrooms at your leisure.

Upcoming Events

10/9     PTA Meeting @ 8:30 a.m. in Music Room

Community Opportunities

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Hopewell Harvest TONIGHT:  Join in the fun tonight at Hopewell Harvest from 5:00-8:00 p.m.! Didn’t pre-order tickets? No problem!  Wristbands and more can be purchased with cash tonight. See you there!

  • Harvest Schedule:
    • 5:00-7:15 pm: Games (including the cake walk, selfie station and jail)
    • 7:15 pm: Raffle ticket sales end in the cafeteria
    • 7:20 pm: Dance party and raffle drawing in the gym
    • 7:30 pm: Silent auction bidding ends in cafeteria

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: On October 10th, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

Hopewell PTA Meeting: The next PTA Meeting is Thursday, October 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Hopewell Library. Know what is going on at Hopewell Elementary. Provide your opinion. Come and be involved!

Community Opportunities

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Pleasant View Fall Fest:  Join the Pleasant View PTA tonight for Fall Fest from 5:00-8:00 p.m.!  There are fabulous silent auction baskets and an amazing raffle this year. Wristbands for games may be purchased at the door. Volunteers – please check in at the volunteer table when you arrive. Hope to see you there!

Fall Fest Silent Auction Sneak Peek:  Click here to check out the list of exciting Silent Auction baskets being featured at tonight’s Fall Fest.  Hawkeye Fan?  Sports Parent? Lego Lover?  Busy Parent?  We have baskets just for you! Baskets galore!  And remember, Credit Cards are not accepted at this event.  Cash or Check only, please. See you tonight!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: On October 8th, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

Flu Shot Clinic Helpers:  The nurse, Ms. Hanson, needs a couple more helpers to assist at the flu shot clinic on Monday morning, October 8th.  Genesis nurses will be there to administer the vaccinations!  Sign-up here if you are available to help give comfort to students receiving their shots.

PTA Meeting and Agenda:   The next PTA meeting is on Monday, October 8th, at 6:30 p.m. in the library.  The agenda for the meeting is posted on the website.

Upcoming Events

10/5       Fall Fest from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

10/8       PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

Community Opportunities

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: On October 8th, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

FLL Jr. Meeting Minutes:  Thanks to everyone who attended the FLL Jr. meeting on October 2nd! For those who could not make it, here is the link for the meeting minutes. Please email Sankari Kandasamy at sankarikandy@gmail.com with questions.

FLL Jr. for Grades K-2:   The Riverdale Heights Robotics Program is offering an opportunity for 1st grade through 4th graders to join a FIRST LEGO League Jr. (FLL Jr.) team for the 2018-2019 Mission Moon season.  Through exploratory research, hands-on construction, teamwork, imagination, and fun with LEGO elements, FIRST LEGO League Jr. (FLL Jr.) challenges teams to explore a real-world scientific concept, use basic engineering concepts to build a motorized model, and develop a Show Me Poster to illustrate their journey of discovery. Click here to register.

Riverdale Heights World Culture Night:  Let’s celebrate the diversity of the Riverdale Heights families!
Join Riverdale on October 16th, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., for an evening full of culture, food, and fun, at the 1st Annual ‘We are Riverdale Heights Night’.  All of Riverdale Heights families come from a broad spectrum of cultures and backgrounds that make our school unique. It is important to celebrate and share differences, as well as similarities.  The PTA is asking that you bring a dish that is from the land of your ancestors, represents your cultural heritage, or simply, one of your family’s favorites!  Be looking for invitations to come home soon with a chance to RSVP for the event. You may also RSVP by clicking here!

Upcoming Events

10/8       Flu shots given in the afternoon

10/12     Picture Retakes

10/16     Cultural Night @ 6:00 p.m.

Community Opportunities

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

PVJH Conference Scheduling: Pleasant Valley Junior High School will be using the PTC Fast Online Scheduling program for Parent-Teacher conferences for the 2018-2019 school year.  The scheduling window opened up on the evening of Wednesday, October 3rd and will remain open until the day of the conference. The junior high will hold conferences on Thursday, October 11th and Tuesday, October 16th from 3:30-7:30.  Click here for the scheduling link

PVJH Fall Social: All PVJH students are invited to the Fall Social in the JH Cafeteria on Friday, October 12th from 2:30 – 4:00 p.m.!  $1 admission, concessions for sale, DJ, Open Gym, and more!  See you there!  *Note: No activity bus that day.  Students will need transportation.*

Fall Social Volunteers Needed: The PJVH Fall Social is coming up on October 12th, and volunteers are needed!  Click here to sign up!

PVJH Apparel Webstore:  Get the latest apparel for PVJH by shopping on the Webstore!  Store is open 9/28 through 10/7.  Click here to shop!

Scholastic Book Fair: The Scholastic Book Fair is back!! Don’t miss out on all the great reading materials and the opportunity to help other school libraries by donating to All for Books in the library starting on Friday, October 5th.  PVJH’s library benefits and school libraries affected by hurricane damage get needed Scholastic Dollars to replace books and materials.

The Scholastic book fair will be open to students starting on Friday, October 12-Tuesday, October 16 from 7:15-3:15. The fair is also open both nights of Parent Teacher Conferences (Thursday, October 11th & Tuesday, October 16th). Books are available for all ages. Forms of payment include cash, checks made out of PVJH, and credit/debit cards. For a preview of books available or to shop online please click here: Pleasant Valley Junior High Scholastic Book Fair . Books purchased on-line will be shipped to the school seven to ten days after the fair ends.

As always, you can pre-order the next Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Melt down at the book fair for only $8.99.  Please contact Mrs. Roche, Librarian at PVJH with any questions.

Community Opportunities

Teen Anime Day at the Figge:  Join the Figge Art Museum for their annual Teen Anime Day on Saturday, Octoer 13thClick here for full details on this FREE event for those who love Anime!

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Quad Cities College Fair: The annual Quad Cities College Fair is being held on Monday, October 8th from 5:30-7:30 at the Rogalski Center on the campus of St. Ambrose University.  Students in grades 10-12 who plan on pursing some type of educational programming after graduation from high school are encouraged to attend. Over 60 post-secondary schools will be in attendance.

FAFSA Assistance: On Saturday, November 3rd, from 9 a.m. to noon, the St. Ambrose Admissions and Financial Aid staff will help students complete the FAFSA.  Parents should bring their 2017 tax returns, Social Security numbers, record of any investments or untaxed income (real estate, child support), balance of bank accounts, and FSA ID (if they have created one).  Students should bring their 2017 tax returns (if they filed), their social security number, balance of bank accounts, and FSA ID (if they have created one).  Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome.   Appointments can be scheduled at FrakesHilaryA@sau.edu The event will take place at the Admissions and Welcome Center (310 W. Locust St.)  Breakfast will be served.

Volunteer Opportunities:  Need more ideas of what to do to fulfill your service learning hours?  Click here to view a full list of volunteer opportunities, with options for all grades!

Upcoming Events

10/8       PTA Meeting @ 5:30 p.m.

10/8       Singers Unite Concert @ 7:00 p.m.

10/11     Fall Improv – Blackbox Theatre @ 7:00 p.m.

Community Opportunities

Teen Anime Day at the Figge:  Join the Figge Art Museum for their annual Teen Anime Day on Saturday, Octoer 13thClick here for full details on this FREE event for those who love Anime!

Davenport Junior Theatre’ Charlotte’s Web:  Enjoy the Davenport Junior Theatre’s show Charlotte’s Web!  Click here for all show details! Tickets are $6 for kids / $8 for adults sold at the door.  Show runs Saturday, October 13 & 20 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 14 & 21 @ 1:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m.

Putnam Museum Fall Programs:  The Putnam Museum Fall Programming is in full swing and there are many activities your student can be involved in!  Check them out below:

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Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

CLIMB Theater and Bullying Awareness: During the month of October, PVCSD students will be learning about bullying, harassment, and why it’s unacceptable in this district.  CLIMB Theater will be coming on October 5th to present age appropriate plays, which help students understand the effects of bully behavior, and the importance of notifying an adult if you see someone is being bullied.  Click here to view your school’s Bullying/Harassment Letter, with more information on PVCSD bullying policy.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s September 28th issue of The Pulse here.

Bridgeview Bonanza: The Bridgeview PTA needs YOUR help to make the Bonanza successful!  The below opportunities are ways you can make this year’s event the best!

  • Bonanza Raffle Ticket Sales: Encourage your student to sell as many tickets as possible and remind them that the grade that sells the most will get an awesome prize!
  • Volunteer: Click here to sign up to help at the Bonanza! Lots of help is needed!

Halloween Party Sign Up:  Be on the lookout for the Halloween Classroom Party Sign up that will be sent out Saturday morning!

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Elementary Wellness Healthy Habits Calendars and Logs:  The Elementary PE team will continue to send home the monthly Healthy Habits calendars for students in K through 2nd grades this year.  It is a district expectation that this is completed and returned the first school day of the month.  Students in 3rd through 6th will have Healthy Habits Activity Log to fill in this year.  Suggestions will be provided for each calendar however, please feel free to substitute activities/choices and record that choice.  Each student should complete at least 20 activities each month.  Please contact your PE teacher if you have questions.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/3       PTA meeting @ 9:30 a.m.

10/4       CLIMB theater

10/5       BONANZA @ 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Robotics-First Lego League Jr for Grades 1-4: A First Lego League Jr(FLL Jr) informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in Riverdale Heights Elementary school library for any parents interested in starting a FLL Jr team at one of the five elementary schools. If you have any questions, please email District Robotics Coordinator, Sankari Kandy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

Community Opportunities

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

CLIMB Theater and Bullying Awareness: During the month of October, PVCSD students will be learning about bullying, harassment, and why it’s unacceptable in this district.  CLIMB Theater will be coming on October 5th to present age appropriate plays, which help students understand the effects of bully behavior, and the importance of notifying an adult if you see someone is being bullied.  Click here to view your school’s Bullying/Harassment Letter, with more information on PVCSD bullying policy.

Cody Apparel Webstore:  The Cody Apparel Webstore is open until October 1st! Click here to shop and get the latest PV gear! 

Grandparents’ or Special Guests’ Day 2018: Cody is pleased to announce that Grandparent / Special Guest Day will be held in the afternoon on October 12, 2018.  All grandparents and special guest are welcome from 1:00 p.m. until 2:45 p.m.  The afternoon will be spent in your grandchild’s/special guest’s classroom.  If you have multiple students you may visit their classrooms at your leisure.

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Elementary Wellness Healthy Habits Calendars and Logs:  The Elementary PE team will continue to send home the monthly Healthy Habits calendars for students in K through 2nd grades this year.  It is a district expectation that this is completed and returned the first school day of the month.  Students in 3rd through 6th will have Healthy Habits Activity Log to fill in this year.  Suggestions will be provided for each calendar however, please feel free to substitute activities/choices and record that choice.  Each student should complete at least 20 activities each month.  Please contact your PE teacher if you have questions.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Quest for Christ: Quest for Christ is a after-school Christian club that invites all 3rd – 6th graders to join in for fun, friends, Bible teaching and service. Quest meets at Cody on Wednesday afternoons from 3-4 pm in the art/science rooms beginning Oct. 3 (meeting 1:30 – 3 pm on early out days). A separate 6th grade Bible study meets to prepare students for junior high. Please click here for more information and a registration form.

Upcoming Events

10/1     Flu Shot Consent Forms due

10/3     3rd Grade Hour of Code

10/4     Climb Theater

10/5     Turtle Island Quartet  (You may view videos by clicking here)

10/9     Flu Shot Clinic

10/9     PTA Meeting 8:30am

10/11   Fall Picture Retakes

10/11   LeClaire Fire Department Open House

10/12   Grandparents’/Special Guests’ Day @ 1:00 p.m.

10/26   No School

10/29   No School

10/31   Halloween Parties @ 2:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Robotics-First Lego League Jr for Grades 1-4: A First Lego League Jr(FLL Jr) informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in Riverdale Heights Elementary school library for any parents interested in starting a FLL Jr team at one of the five elementary schools. If you have any questions, please email District Robotics Coordinator, Sankari Kandy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

Community Opportunities

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

CLIMB Theater and Bullying Awareness: During the month of October, PVCSD students will be learning about bullying, harassment, and why it’s unacceptable in this district.  CLIMB Theater will be coming on October 5th to present age appropriate plays, which help students understand the effects of bully behavior, and the importance of notifying an adult if you see someone is being bullied.

Volunteers Needed for Flu Clinic: The Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities program will be coming to Hopewell Elementary school on Wednesday, October 10 (information below). Nurse Kim Zupancic is looking for parent volunteers between 9:00-11:30 a.m. to assist with transporting students from their classrooms and handing out stickers. Please email Nurse Zupancic if you are able to assist with this important event at zupancickim@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

Hopewell Harvest Packets DueHarvest is one week away! Avoid long ticket lines the night of Harvest and pre-order your tickets by Wednesday, October 3rd. All pre-ordered tickets will be sent home with your youngest child the week of October 1st. Also, if your Hopewell student sells 20 or more raffle tickets by Wednesday, they will receive the collectible Hopewell Harvest magnet!

Harvest volunteers, candy, pop and baked goods NEEDED: Hopewell PTA needs help from all Hopewell families to make this Hopewell Harvest a success. Can you help with one or more of these requests?

  • Sign up to run your child’s classroom game for a 45 minute shift through your room parent. All game slots must be filled or the game will be cancelled.
  • Volunteers are still needed to help with Food, Funky Mart and Cake Walk. Sign up by clicking here.
  • NEEDED: More candy, pop and trinkets for game prizes. Turn them into the office any day next week—the earlier the better.
  • ALSO NEEDED: Baked good donations for the cake walk! Please drop these off in the office anytime on Friday, October 3rd!

Thank you to everyone who has already signed up to volunteer and/or donated to Hopewell Harvest! It’s going to be a great event and we couldn’t do it without your support!

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Elementary Wellness Healthy Habits Calendars and Logs:  The Elementary PE team will continue to send home the monthly Healthy Habits calendars for students in K through 2nd grades this year.  It is a district expectation that this is completed and returned the first school day of the month.  Students in 3rd through 6th will have Healthy Habits Activity Log to fill in this year.  Suggestions will be provided for each calendar however, please feel free to substitute activities/choices and record that choice.  Each student should complete at least 20 activities each month.  Please contact your PE teacher if you have questions.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Quest for Christ: Quest for Christ is a before-school Christian club that invites all 3rd – 6th graders to join in for fun, friends, Bible teaching and service. A separate 6th grade Bible study meets to prepare students for junior high. Quest meets at Hopewell on Friday mornings from 7:30 – 8:15 am in the music room beginning Oct. 12. Please click here for more information and a registration form.

Athletics and Activities

Robotics-First Lego League Jr for Grades 1-4: A First Lego League Jr(FLL Jr) informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in Riverdale Heights Elementary school library for any parents interested in starting a FLL Jr team at one of the five elementary schools. If you have any questions, please email District Robotics Coordinator, Sankari Kandy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

Community Opportunities

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

CLIMB Theater and Bullying Awareness: During the month of October, PVCSD students will be learning about bullying, harassment, and why it’s unacceptable in this district.  CLIMB Theater will be coming on October 5th to present age appropriate plays, which help students understand the effects of bully behavior, and the importance of notifying an adult if you see someone is being bullied.

Lunch Visits FAQ:  Each day we have many parents and special visitors joining their child or children at Pleasant View for lunch. This is absolutely an ok thing to do at Pleasant View. All visitors need to check-in with the office staff and receive a visitor’s badge. Anyone who joins their child for lunch needs to be aware of our cafeteria procedures for visitors. Click here for some Frequently Asked Questions that outline our procedures for visitors eating lunch at Pleasant View.

Counselor Lunch Groups: This year, the Pleasant View Counselor will be conducting grade level lunch groups in which all students are able to participate.  These groups will give students the opportunity to communicate with other students while at the same time learning new life skills and building friendships.  One of the target goals for these groups is to help students build positive peer relationships.  Students will not miss their recess by being a part of a lunch group.  If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact Keith Cavanagh at cavanaghk@pleasval.k12.ia.us or by calling the school at (563) 332-5575

 Pleasant View Fall Fest:  Please click here to VOLUNTEER for this fun fundraising event on Friday, October 5. This family-friendly carnival is the main fundraising event for the Pleasant View PTA. 100% of the money raised goes directly to the teachers. The PTA needs YOU to make Fall Fest a success!  The event also needs candy donations.  Please consider donating a bag of peanut-free candy for prizes.  Drop your bag in the large wrapped gift box marked “Fall Fest Candy” in the school lobby.  Please see a list of peanut-free candy below for ideas.

Dum Dum Lollipops Laffy Taffy Milk Duds Skittles Fun Dips
Hershey Kisses-Plain Only Tootsie Pops Blow Pops Starbursts Nerds
York Peppermint Patties Tootsie Rolls Smarties Twizzlers Dots
Dubble Bubble Gum Junior Mints Whoppers Rolos  
Jolly Rancher Hard Candy Sugar Babies Sweettarts Bottle Caps  

 

Box Tops for Education:  Pleasant View’s first Box Top Collection date is October 5th! Please have your child bring in their box tops and put them in the plastic bin by the front door.

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Elementary Wellness Healthy Habits Calendars and Logs:  The Elementary PE team will continue to send home the monthly Healthy Habits calendars for students in K through 2nd grades this year.  It is a district expectation that this is completed and returned the first school day of the month.  Students in 3rd through 6th will have Healthy Habits Activity Log to fill in this year.  Suggestions will be provided for each calendar however, please feel free to substitute activities/choices and record that choice.  Each student should complete at least 20 activities each month.  Please contact your PE teacher if you have questions.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Quest for Christ: Quest for Christ is a before-school Christian club that invites all 2nd – 6th graders to join in for fun, friends, Bible teaching and service. A separate 6th grade Bible study meets to prepare students for junior high. Quest meets at Pleasant View on Friday mornings from 7:30 – 8:15 am in the gym beginning Oct. 5. Please click here for more information and a registration form.

Athletics and Activities

Robotics-First Lego League Jr for Grades 1-4: A First Lego League Jr(FLL Jr) informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in Riverdale Heights Elementary school library for any parents interested in starting a FLL Jr team at one of the five elementary schools. If you have any questions, please email District Robotics Coordinator, Sankari Kandy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

Community Opportunities

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

CLIMB Theater and Bullying Awareness: During the month of October, PVCSD students will be learning about bullying, harassment, and why it’s unacceptable in this district.  CLIMB Theater will be coming on October 5th to present age appropriate plays, which help students understand the effects of bully behavior, and the importance of notifying an adult if you see someone is being bullied.  Click here to view your school’s Bullying/Harassment Letter, with more information on PVCSD bullying policy.

Grandparents/VIP Day:  Don’t forget, Grandparents/VIP Day at Riverdale Heights is coming up on Friday, October 5th from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.!  Click here to view the shuttle schedule, provided from Crow Creek Park.

Student Hunger Drive: The Student Hunger Drive begins in two weeks. Please donate any food items that you can. Families from around the community benefit from the donations collected at all PV schools and others in the Quad City area. More info on the fun activities surrounding the Hunger Drive to come!

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

Elementary Wellness Healthy Habits Calendars and Logs:  The Elementary PE team will continue to send home the monthly Healthy Habits calendars for students in K through 2nd grades this year.  It is a district expectation that this is completed and returned the first school day of the month.  Students in 3rd through 6th will have Healthy Habits Activity Log to fill in this year.  Suggestions will be provided for each calendar however, please feel free to substitute activities/choices and record that choice.  Each student should complete at least 20 activities each month.  Please contact your PE teacher if you have questions.

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Quest for Christ: Quest for Christ is a before-school Christian club that invites all 2nd – 6th graders to join in for fun, friends, Bible teaching and service. A separate 6th grade Bible study meets to prepare students for junior high. Quest meets at Riverdale Heights on Friday mornings from 7:30 – 8:15 am in the gym beginning Oct. 19. Please click here for more information and a registration form.

Upcoming Events

10/5     Grandparents/VIP Day

10/16   World Culture Nigh @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Robotics-First Lego League Jr for Grades 1-4: A First Lego League Jr(FLL Jr) informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd at 6:00 p.m. in Riverdale Heights Elementary school library for any parents interested in starting a FLL Jr team at one of the five elementary schools. If you have any questions, please email District Robotics Coordinator, Sankari Kandy at sankarikandy@gmail.com

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

Community Opportunities

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

PVJH Staff Appreciation Lunch:  Help the PTA put on the October Staff Appreciation Luncheon on October 9thClick here to help

PVJH Apparel Webstore:  Get the latest apparel for PVJH by shopping on the Webstore!  Store is open 9/28 through 10/7.  Click here to shop!

Conferences, October 11 & 16:  Again this year, PVJH will be scheduling conferences online!  The system will open at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018. Unlike Elementary conferences, which are scheduled for 15-20 minutes, PVJH will use a schedule for conferences that run 5 minutes long in order to allow enough opportunities for parents to meet with their teachers.  Many teachers have 125-150 students they see throughout the day, so it is important to give parents the opportunity to sign up.  You will receive a separate eNews on Monday, October 1st that will have information and directions regarding the PTC Fast Online Scheduling system.  You will receive an additional eNews when the scheduling window opens on Wednesday, October 3rd.

Home Football Game Reminders to parents/students: Please note:  For Safety and security precautions, backpacks are NOT allowed in the stadium by students/visitors. In addition, NO outside drinks will be allowed into the stadium.

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

 Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Club: Help your volleyball player keep their skills sharp, even on the off-season, by registering them for the PV Volleyball!  This opportunity is for 3rd-8th graders to continue to develop their volleyball skills.  Registration is open and ends November 3rdClick here for full details!

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, October 3rd is an Early Out.  Please plan accordingly.

Important Announcement: At the conclusion of Pleasant Valley High School’s ALICE training, a new security protocol was recommended by law enforcement to reduce the number of visits to the Main Office. All visitors will be asked to use the intercom system to identify who they are and state the purpose of their visit. Those needing to only drop something off will be asked to mark the item with a provided sticky note or marker and place it on a receiving table in the entrance vestibule. A receptionist will retrieve the item from the table and ensure that it is picked-up by the student.

Parents of Senior Students: Help your student get an early start on scholarship applications for next year!  Ask your students if they have checked out the scholarship information page on the PVHS counseling website.  There are a few scholarships listed under “Other Scholarships” with due dates coming up within the next week.  The scholarship information page will be updated as the Counseling Office receives information about new scholarships.

High School Volunteers Needed for Bridgeview Bonanza: Calling all High Schoolers!  The Bridgeview Bonanza needs high school volunteers to help put on their event!  Click here for more details and to sign up.

Volunteer Opportunities:  Need more ideas of what to do to fulfill your service learning hours?  Click here to view a full list of volunteer opportunities, with options for all grades!

Crime Stoppers Raffle:  Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities will be at the Sophomore and Varsity Football games tonight selling raffle tickets to win a 2003 Mustang Convertible.  Tickets are $10.00 for one or $20.00 for 3.   Money supports school safety programs like the new P3 Campus app recently implemented in the district.  Click here for the official flyer!

PTA Reflections: PVCSD is kicking off the 2018-2019 PTA Reflections program with the theme “Heroes Around Me”! Categories include literature, photography, visual arts, film production, music composition, and dance. Reflection entries will be picked up at each school on these dates: Tuesday October 23rd and Wednesday October 24th from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. by your Reflections Chair. You must click here and use this student entry form (please do not use the entry form on the website). The student entry form needs to filled out entirely and signed by both the student and the parent/guardian. For additional information and rules/regulations for each category, click here.

Upcoming Events

10/1       Band Parent Association Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

10/1       MetroFest @ BHS @ 7:30 p.m.

10/2       JH/HS Orchestra Concert @ HS

10/3       HS Picture retakes (click here to see form)

10/4       Jostens accepting Senior/Sophomore orders during lunches

10/4       Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. (click here for scheduling)

Athletics and Activities

PV Wrestling Club: Do you have an athlete interested in wrestling?  Click here to sign up for the Pleasant Valley Wrestling Club!  Please fill out the form prior to registration.  Registration night will be on Wednesday October, 17 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the High School Commons by the main office.  Practice will begin October, 22.

#SpartanNation September 14, 2018

Posted September 14th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s September 14th issue of The Pulse here.

4th & 5th Grade Choir: Bridgeview and Cody Elementary offer a combined 4th and 5th grade choir due to begin on Monday, September 24th from 3:15-4:00 p.m. Students will develop their singing voice with varied repertoire and will have the opportunity perform at several venues throughout the year. If your child is interested in having fun, improving their singing, and making new friends, please click here to view more information about choir this year!

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Upcoming Events

9/17       Orchestra Info Night for new 4th grade students @ PVJH @ 6:30 p.m.

9/18       PTA Skate Party @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

24th Annual Reading Adventures at Modern Woodmen Park:  Spend your Sunday afternoon on September 16th at the FREE Annual Reading Adventures!  There will be activities for the kids, plus, every child 12 and under receives a free book!  Click here for full details!

Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night:  Learn more about joining Girl Scouts by attending the upcoming Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night on Wednesday, September 19th at the Le Claire Happy Joe’s!  Click here for full details!

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010 or 2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

4th & 5th Grade Choir: Bridgeview and Cody Elementary offer a combined 4th and 5th grade choir due to begin on Monday, September 24th from 3:15-4:00 p.m. Students will develop their singing voice with varied repertoire and will have the opportunity perform at several venues throughout the year. If your child is interested in having fun, improving their singing, and making new friends, please click here to view more information about choir this year!

Cub Scouts Sign Up: Pack 88 is gearing up for another great year of Cub Scouts at Cody!  It’s not too late to sign your K-5 son up.  Contact Michelle Mahrt at hensingm@yahoo.com for information.

Fall Frolic Volunteering:  The PTA needs volunteers to help Fall Frolic, on September 21st, run smoothly.  Please click here to sign up! Please also consider sending a $5 cash or check donation with your child to help Cody PTA with the cost of Fall Frolic Classroom Projects! Thank you!

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

24th Annual Reading Adventures at Modern Woodmen Park:  Spend your Sunday afternoon on September 16th at the FREE Annual Reading Adventures!  There will be activities for the kids, plus, every child 12 and under receives a free book!  Click here for full details!

Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night:  Learn more about joining Girl Scouts by attending the upcoming Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night on Wednesday, September 19th at the Le Claire Happy Joe’s!  Click here for full details!

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010 or 2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Hopewell Spirt Wear Store Open:  The Hopewell Spirit Wear is open ONLINE!  The webstore is open from Sept 12 to Sept 19! Click here to view the store and complete your order!

Hopewell Harvest Packets: Be sure to check your child’s backpack for the Hopewell Harvest packets that went home on Thursday, September 13th! This is your opportunity to pre-order wristbands, meal tickets, funky bucks and cake walk tickets to avoid standing in long lines the night of the event. Each packet will also include 20 raffle tickets per Hopewell student. Again this year – if your child sells 20 or more raffle tickets, they’ll receive a collectible Hopewell Harvest locker magnet!

New this year – Hopewell Harvest Drawstring Bags! Your student is going to win lots of candy and prizes during Hopewell Harvest and will probably purchase some items from the Trading Post (aka Funky Mart). This year, you can pre-purchase a Hopewell Harvest Drawstring bag for $4 for them to carry around their goodies. Plus, it will make a great Harvest souvenir. Order while supplies last!

Order forms and payment are due back to Hopewell by Wednesday, October 3rd. Hopewell Harvest is Friday, October 5th from 5:00pm – 8:00pm.

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

24th Annual Reading Adventures at Modern Woodmen Park:  Spend your Sunday afternoon on September 16th at the FREE Annual Reading Adventures!  There will be activities for the kids, plus, every child 12 and under receives a free book!  Click here for full details!

Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night:  Learn more about joining Girl Scouts by attending the upcoming Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night on Wednesday, September 19th at the Le Claire Happy Joe’s!  Click here for full details!

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010 or 2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

PV Spirit Wear Web Store:  The Pleasant View PTA is offering the opportunity to buy PV Spirit Wear through an online store. All orders will ship directly to your home. The web store will be open until Sunday, Sept 16th. Estimated ship date is Oct 3rd. Click here to visit the website and shop.  Contact amyLfeatherstone@yahoo.com with questions.

Mornings with Moms: Pleasant View’s Mornings with Moms is Friday, September 28th, 7:30-8:30 a.m.  This is a 6th grade fundraiser and a fun opportunity to have breakfast with your student at school.  Your student should have brought home an order form, please complete the form and send payment to school to pre-order your donuts, beverages, and mums.  The 6th grade is hoping to fund a library makeover. Thank you!

Box Top Collection: Don’t forget to send your Box Tops in with your child for collection!  Each Box Top is worth 10 cents and is used to purchase supplies for the school.   The first collection will be October 5.  Be sure to submit your non-expired, cut and bagged box tops to the school.  The new collection box is a bin located in the school lobby.

Pleasant View Fall Fest:  Please click here to VOLUNTEER for this fun fundraising event on Friday, October 5. This family-friendly carnival is the main fundraising event for the Pleasant View PTA. 100% of the money raised goes directly to the teachers. The PTA needs YOU to make Fall Fest a success!  The event also needs candy donations.  Please consider donating a bag of peanut-free candy for prizes.  Drop your bag in the large wrapped gift box marked “Fall Fest Candy” in the school lobby.  Please see a list of peanut-free candy below for ideas.

Dum Dum Lollipops Laffy Taffy Milk Duds Skittles Fun Dips
Hershey Kisses-Plain Only Tootsie Pops Blow Pops Starbursts Nerds
York Peppermint Patties Tootsie Rolls Smarties Twizzlers Dots
Dubble Bubble Gum Junior Mints Whoppers Rolos  
Jolly Rancher Hard Candy Sugar Babies Sweettarts Bottle Caps  

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

24th Annual Reading Adventures at Modern Woodmen Park:  Spend your Sunday afternoon on September 16th at the FREE Annual Reading Adventures!  There will be activities for the kids, plus, every child 12 and under receives a free book!  Click here for full details!

Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night:  Learn more about joining Girl Scouts by attending the upcoming Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night on Wednesday, September 19th at the Le Claire Happy Joe’s!  Click here for full details!

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010 or 2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Upcoming Events

9/18       PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

9/28       Walk A Thon @ 9:00 a.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

24th Annual Reading Adventures at Modern Woodmen Park:  Spend your Sunday afternoon on September 16th at the FREE Annual Reading Adventures!  There will be activities for the kids, plus, every child 12 and under receives a free book!  Click here for full details!

Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night:  Learn more about joining Girl Scouts by attending the upcoming Happy Joe’s Girl Scout Night on Wednesday, September 19th at the Le Claire Happy Joe’s!  Click here for full details!

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010 or 2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Manufacturing Showcase: Pleasant Valley Junior High has the opportunity to attend a Manufacturing Showcase hosted by the Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois Advanced Manufacturing Sector Board on Tuesday, October 9th at the John T. Blong Technology Center.  At this event, multiple employers will demonstrate manufacturing technologies and processes to increase awareness of the possible career opportunities within the manufacturing industry.  Please contact Mr. Dan Bischoff, Industrial Technology Teacher, if your student may be interested by Monday, September 24th.

Outside Food at PVJH:  PVJH would like to remind students and parents that no outside food is to be brought in to the junior high to be shared at a lunch table, which includes having food delivered to the junior high. You are allowed to bring your own child a special lunch or a drink to be eaten during their lunch period only, but food delivery and bringing food for an entire table is not allowed. Your cooperation on this issue is much appreciated!

Pick Up/Drop Off:  Please remember the school building is not open for students until 7:00 a.m.  When dropping students off in morning or picking up in the afternoon, please pull all the way down to the end of the building.

Changing Bus Procedures:  In order to change their scheduled bus, students must have a note signed by the parent with the date and the bus number that they want to ride on (we do not take phone calls to change a bus stop).  Bus notes must be turned into the office by 9:00 am.  The student then picks up the note after lunch and then has to hand it to the bus driver on the bus they want to go on.

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Trap Team:  PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE!  MARK YOUR CALENDARS!  For those interested in joining the PV Trap Team, there will be a Learn to Shoot on Sunday, September 30th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Registration will begin at noon.  For more information, please contact Kris (563-949-7122 OR kristinhwehrman@gmail.com).  Informational sheets can also be found in the main offices at the junior high and high school.

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

PVHS Roamin’ Spartans Announces their 2019 Tours: Come hear about the 2 great destinations for 2019!  In June, the Roamin’ Spartans will be touring Europe (London, Paris, Switzerland, Italy). They will also be offering Service Learning Trips to Perú.

The Europe Trip will meet Sunday, September 16th at 3:00 p.m. and Monday, September 17th at 6:00 p.m.

The Peru Volunteer Trip will meet Sun, Sept16th at 4pm and Mon, Sept 17th at 7pm.

Space is limited and deadline to enroll is October 15.  Contact Miss Risius (risiusstephanie@pleasval.k12.ia.us) for more information

Senior Financial Aid/Scholarship Night: PVHS is sponsoring a Financial Aid/Scholarship Night on Monday, September 24th, at 6:30 p.m. in the high school theatre!  The program is being offered to seniors and their parents to provide information concerning federal and state financial aid programs.  A financial aid representative from Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) will be the main speaker for the program which will last approximately one hour.  Discussion will focus on types of funding and the application process.   A representative from the Pleasant Valley Education Foundation will also share information on scholarships.  After the program has concluded, Jostens will be in the cafeteria to share cap and gown/graduation information.

Wall of Honor Nominations:  PVCSD is on the hunt for the next Wall of Honor Recipient!  If you know of a distinguished PV Alum, PVCSD is accepting Wall of Honor Nominations until October 12thClick here to view the nomination requirements and process.  Thank you for helping find the next Alum for this award!

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters:  HELP NEEDED!  The Athletic Boosters are looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  No experience is necessary.  Even an hour helps the cause and lightens the overall load for all volunteers.  Please click here to sign up to help!  Any questions, please call/text Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Trap Team:  PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE!  MARK YOUR CALENDARS!  For those interested in joining the PV Trap Team, there will be a Learn to Shoot on Sunday, September 30th from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Registration will begin at noon.  For more information, please contact Kris (563-949-7122 OR kristinhwehrman@gmail.com).  Informational sheets can also be found in the main offices at the junior high and high school.

#SpartanNation September 7, 2018

Posted September 7th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s September 7th issue of The Pulse here.

Elementary Curriculum Night:  Head to your student’s elementary school for Elementary Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 11th!  The evening will consist of discussion focused on supports for learners, tips for good communication between school/home, classroom culture, schedule, procedures, homework, and more. You can preview curriculum presentations on the district website by clicking here and looking under Curriculum and Instructions – Overviews by Grade Level.  The schedule for the evening is as follows:

  • 6:15 – 6:40 Session I: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions
  • 6:40 – 6:55 Specials teachers (Art, Music, PE, Science, Library/Technology)
  • 6:55 – 7:20 Session II: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

Upcoming Events

9/10       MAP and FAST testing all week

9/11       Orchestra Tour @ 1:40 p.m.

9/11       Curriculum Night @ 6:15 p.m.

9/12       PTA meeting @ 9:30 a.m.

9/13       Sixth grade science camp

9/14       Sixth grade science camp

Athletics and Activities

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Give Kids a Smile Dental Program:  Bethany for Children & Families is offering free dental care through the Give Kids a Smile Dental Program for children who cannot afford to get dental care on their own. To provide this care, the dental bus will come to Bridgeview and Cody!  Click here for full program details and click here for the permission form.  Forms are due no later than October 8th.

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

Rock Island Arsenal Rocktoberfest: The Rock Island Arsenal is hosting a Rocktoberfest family event on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. and you’re invited! This event is open to the public, so Island access restrictions will be waved and passes will not be required.  There will be bounce houses, kid’s activities, balloon animals, and face painting.  Click here for full details!

Iowa Select Volleyball Clinics: Calling all 4th-6th grade volleyball players!  Iowa Select Volleyball club is hosting 6 volleyball clinics in the month of September on Sundays and Thursdays at the LeClaire Rec Center.  Click here for more info and to register! Clinic dates are as follows:

  • Sundays:  Sept 9, 16, 30 – 6:00-8:00pm
  • Thursdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 – 5:30-7:30pm

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

Elementary Curriculum Night:  Head to your student’s elementary school for Elementary Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 11th!  The evening will consist of discussion focused on supports for learners, tips for good communication between school/home, classroom culture, schedule, procedures, homework, and more. You can preview curriculum presentations on the district website by clicking here and looking under Curriculum and Instructions – Overviews by Grade Level.  The schedule for the evening is as follows:

  • 6:15 – 6:40 Session I: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions
  • 6:40 – 6:55 Specials teachers (Art, Music, PE, Science, Library/Technology)
  • 6:55 – 7:20 Session II: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions

Upcoming Health Screenings:  The following health screenings for elementary students will be done in the month of September during one of their regularly scheduled gym classes.

  1. Height and Weight – all students
  2. Vision- 1st and 5th graders
  3. Blood Pressure- 6th

These screenings should NOT replace regular checkups with your health care provider. If you would like to decline these screenings, please submit a written note to your student’s PE teacher or school nurse. Vision screenings for kindergarten and grade 3 students are required; An Iowa Certificate of Vision Screening should be submitted at the onset of the school year.

The AEA will conduct hearing screens later this month for K-2, 5th and all new children to the district. You will be notified of any concerns resulting from these screenings.

Fall Frolic Volunteering:  The PTA needs volunteers to help Fall Frolic, on September 21st, run smoothly.  Please click here to sign up!

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

Upcoming Events

9/11     Elementary Curriculum Night @ 6:15 p.m.

9/12     Picture Day

Athletics and Activities

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Give Kids a Smile Dental Program:  Bethany for Children & Families is offering free dental care through the Give Kids a Smile Dental Program for children who cannot afford to get dental care on their own. To provide this care, the dental bus will come to Bridgeview and Cody!  Click here for full program details and click here for the permission form.  Forms are due no later than October 8th.

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

Rock Island Arsenal Rocktoberfest: The Rock Island Arsenal is hosting a Rocktoberfest family event on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. and you’re invited! This event is open to the public, so Island access restrictions will be waved and passes will not be required.  There will be bounce houses, kid’s activities, balloon animals, and face painting.  Click here for full details!

Iowa Select Volleyball Clinics: Calling all 4th-6th grade volleyball players!  Iowa Select Volleyball club is hosting 6 volleyball clinics in the month of September on Sundays and Thursdays at the LeClaire Rec Center.  Click here for more info and to register! Clinic dates are as follows:

  • Sundays:  Sept 9, 16, 30 – 6:00-8:00pm
  • Thursdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 – 5:30-7:30pm

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

Elementary Curriculum Night:  Head to your student’s elementary school for Elementary Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 11th!  The evening will consist of discussion focused on supports for learners, tips for good communication between school/home, classroom culture, schedule, procedures, homework, and more. You can preview curriculum presentations on the district website by clicking here and looking under Curriculum and Instructions – Overviews by Grade Level.  The schedule for the evening is as follows:

  • 6:15 – 6:40 Session I: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions
  • 6:40 – 6:55 Specials teachers (Art, Music, PE, Science, Library/Technology)
  • 6:55 – 7:20 Session II: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions

Hopewell Harmony:  Hopewell Elementary is thrilled to offer a 4th and 5th grade choir for the 2018-2019 school year. The ensemble is designed to create another opportunity for our students to express their love of music. The choir will be directed by Ms. Casey and will perform several times throughout the year including Winter Program, Fine Arts Night, and a Quad City Storm hockey game. The choir will meet every Tuesday after school from 3:00-3:45pm.  All transportation is the responsibility of the parent.  Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday September 18, 2018. Each student will pay $10 to cover the cost of their T-Shirt.   To sign up, please do the following:

Registrations and payments should be submitted by Friday September 14, thank you!

Elementary Yoga: Fostering cooperation and compassion, children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition, their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves. Hopewell will be hosting an after school YOGA program to run Sept 14, 21, 28; Oct. 12 and 19; November 2,9,16,30. Sessions will run from 3:05- 3:50 p.m. daily. There is a one- time $10 per student that covers materials.  Extra funds or donations will be directed to Hopewell Harvest proceeds.  There is room for 40 students and names will be drawn via lottery.  Sign up ends Monday at 3:00 p.m.  Click Here to Register!

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

Upcoming Events

9/11     Elementary Curriculum Night @ 6:15 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

Rock Island Arsenal Rocktoberfest: The Rock Island Arsenal is hosting a Rocktoberfest family event on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. and you’re invited! This event is open to the public, so Island access restrictions will be waved and passes will not be required.  There will be bounce houses, kid’s activities, balloon animals, and face painting.  Click here for full details!

Iowa Select Volleyball Clinics: Calling all 4th-6th grade volleyball players!  Iowa Select Volleyball club is hosting 6 volleyball clinics in the month of September on Sundays and Thursdays at the LeClaire Rec Center.  Click here for more info and to register! Clinic dates are as follows:

  • Sundays:  Sept 9, 16, 30 – 6:00-8:00pm
  • Thursdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 – 5:30-7:30pm

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

Elementary Curriculum Night:  Head to your student’s elementary school for Elementary Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 11th!  The evening will consist of discussion focused on supports for learners, tips for good communication between school/home, classroom culture, schedule, procedures, homework, and more. You can preview curriculum presentations on the district website by clicking here and looking under Curriculum and Instructions – Overviews by Grade Level.  The schedule for the evening is as follows:

  • 6:15 – 6:40 Session I: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions
  • 6:40 – 6:55 Specials teachers (Art, Music, PE, Science, Library/Technology)
  • 6:55 – 7:20 Session II: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions

PV Spirit Wear Web Store:  The Pleasant View PTA is offering the opportunity to buy PV Spirit Wear through an online store. All orders will ship directly to your home. The web store will be open until Sunday, Sept 16th. Estimated ship date is Oct 3rd. Click here to visit the website and shop! Contact amyLfeatherstone@yahoo.com with questions.

Bus Rules and Reminders: Now that the school year has started, it’s important to share the expectations that PV bus drivers have for kids who ride the bus to and from school each day.  Each driver goes over these rules at the beginning of the year and as necessary throughout the school year.  If your child rides the bus, please click here and take a few minutes of time to review these expectations with your child or children.  Thanks for supporting our safety expectations, our bus drivers and your children.

Parking Lot Procedures: Please take some time to review the parking procedures as well as pick-up/drop-off zone and bus zone procedures at Pleasant View.  As a reminder, cars should not be entering the bus zone between 8:00am-8:30am or between 2:45pm-3:15pm.   Click here to access videos and other helpful information about parking lot procedures at Pleasant View.  Pleasant View’s goal remains to provide for the safety of the students and also to have an efficient flow of traffic.  Please come to Principal Steven Cotton with questions and suggestions to improve safety and efficiency goals.

Upcoming Health Screenings:  The following health screenings for elementary students will be done during the month of September during one of their regularly scheduled gym classes. The AEA will conduct hearing screens later this fall for K-2, 5th and all new children to the district. You will be notified of any concerns resulting from these screenings.

  1. Height – all students
  2. Weight – all students
  3. Vision- 1st and 5th graders
  4. Blood Pressure- 6th graders.

These screenings should NOT replace regular checkups with your pediatrician. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Nurse Hanson.

Pleasant View Fall Fest:  Please click here to VOLUNTEER for this fun fundraising event on Friday, October 5. This family-friendly carnival is the main fundraising event for the Pleasant View PTA. 100% of the money raised goes directly to the teachers. The PTA needs YOU to make Fall Fest a success!  The event also needs candy donations.  Please consider donating a bag of peanut-free candy for prizes.  Drop your bag in the large wrapped gift box marked “Fall Fest Candy” in the school lobby.  Please see a list of peanut-free candy below for ideas.

Dum Dum Lollipops Laffy Taffy Milk Duds Skittles Fun Dips
Hershey Kisses-Plain Only Tootsie Pops Blow Pops Starbursts Nerds
York Peppermint Patties Tootsie Rolls Smarties Twizzlers Dots
Dubble Bubble Gum Junior Mints Whoppers Rolos  
Jolly Rancher Hard Candy Sugar Babies Sweettarts Bottle Caps  

 

PTA Meeting Minutes:  To review the minutes from the August PTA meeting, head to the PTA webpage.

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

Upcoming Events

9/11     Elementary Curriculum Night @ 6:15 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

Rock Island Arsenal Rocktoberfest: The Rock Island Arsenal is hosting a Rocktoberfest family event on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. and you’re invited! This event is open to the public, so Island access restrictions will be waved and passes will not be required.  There will be bounce houses, kid’s activities, balloon animals, and face painting.  Click here for full details!

Iowa Select Volleyball Clinics: Calling all 4th-6th grade volleyball players!  Iowa Select Volleyball club is hosting 6 volleyball clinics in the month of September on Sundays and Thursdays at the LeClaire Rec Center.  Click here for more info and to register! Clinic dates are as follows:

  • Sundays:  Sept 9, 16, 30 – 6:00-8:00pm
  • Thursdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 – 5:30-7:30pm

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

Elementary Curriculum Night:  Head to your student’s elementary school for Elementary Curriculum Night on Tuesday, September 11th!  The evening will consist of discussion focused on supports for learners, tips for good communication between school/home, classroom culture, schedule, procedures, homework, and more. You can preview curriculum presentations on the district website by clicking here and looking under Curriculum and Instructions – Overviews by Grade Level.  The schedule for the evening is as follows:

  • 6:15 – 6:40 Session I: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions
  • 6:40 – 6:55 Specials teachers (Art, Music, PE, Science, Library/Technology)
  • 6:55 – 7:20 Session II: Homeroom teachers will present general information and answer parent questions

1st PTA Meeting of the Year: Mark your calendars for our first PTA meeting of the year! Please join us at 6:30 p.m., Riverdale Heights Library on September 18th!  Pizza and Childcare will be provided.

Riverdale Heights’ Harmonics: Does your 4th or 5th grader love to sing?  Encourage them to join the Riverdale Heights’ Harmonics!  The Harmonics is a 4th and 5th grade choir designed to create another opportunity for Riverdale students to express their love of music.  The group will perform several times throughout the year at assemblies, Winter Program, Fine Arts Night, and various community events. Harmonics rehearsal for girls will be held every Monday from 3:00-4:00 p.m., and the boys will rehearse Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 p.m.  If there is early dismissal, boys will rehearse in the morning before school at 8:00 a.m.  *Note: Wednesday 9/12 is an early out so boys will rehearse at 8:00 A.M. for their first rehearsal.  Please e-mail Mr. Connell @ connellkeaton@pleasval.k12.ia.us with questions!

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Genesis Flu-Free Quad Cities Program: In October, Genesis will offer FREE seasonal flu vaccines to PV students in grades K-6. Click here to access the consent forms that will also come home with students next week.  Forms should be returned if you would like your child to receive a free flu vaccine.

2018 Elementary Clinic Dates

  • Bridgeview-October 9th
  • Cody- October 9th
  • Hopewell-October 10th
  • Pleasant View-October 8th
  • Riverdale Heights-October 8th

Upcoming Events

9/11     Elementary Curriculum Night @ 6:15 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

6th Grade Choir: The Pleasant Valley Community School District offers a 6th Grade Choir to all 6th grade students in the district beginning Wednesday, October 17th. 6th Grade Choir provides students with an opportunity to participate in a large group choral ensemble, explore their singing voice, and sing a wide variety of music. This experience is designed for students who love to sing and want to improve their singing voice as well as their ability to read music. Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

Rock Island Arsenal Rocktoberfest: The Rock Island Arsenal is hosting a Rocktoberfest family event on September 28th at 3:00 p.m. and you’re invited! This event is open to the public, so Island access restrictions will be waved and passes will not be required.  There will be bounce houses, kid’s activities, balloon animals, and face painting.  Click here for full details!

Iowa Select Volleyball Clinics: Calling all 4th-6th grade volleyball players!  Iowa Select Volleyball club is hosting 6 volleyball clinics in the month of September on Sundays and Thursdays at the LeClaire Rec Center.  Click here for more info and to register! Clinic dates are as follows:

  • Sundays:  Sept 9, 16, 30 – 6:00-8:00pm
  • Thursdays: Sept 13, 20, 27 – 5:30-7:30pm

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

PVJH 1st Quarter Sports Concession Selling:  Help out the PVJH PTA by signing up to serve concessions at different sporting events!  Click here to pick a time and sign up!

Concession Food Stocking:  The PTA is also looking to get help stocking the concession stand!  Click here to help out!

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Athletics and Activities

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder: There is a PK-12 Early Dismissal on September 12th.  Please plan accordingly.

PTA Reflections Program:  PVCSD is excited to announce the 2018-2019 Reflections theme “Heroes Around Me.”  Currently the Iowa PTA website is not updated, but please check the website for any updates in regards to rules and regulations by clicking here.  Students may start working on their projects in the categories literature, dance, visual arts, photography, music composition, and film production. Entries will be due October 24th and 25th. More details to follow soon!

Upcoming Events

9/10                 PTA Meeting @ 5:00 p.m.

9/10-9/21       MAP Testing

9/13                 Scholastic Booster Club Meeting

Athletics and Activities

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

Bettendorf Public Library Teen Reading Challenge: Calling 6th-12th Graders!  Join the Bettendorf Public Library’s Teen Reading Challenge!  TRC is a competitive reading challenge between Bettendorf Public Library and other public libraries in the area (Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, and many others). To participate, teens need to sign up, choose the challenge, and start logging minutes once the program begins.  Click here for full details on the program and the awesome prizes available!

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Bridgeview

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Bridgeview would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s August 31st issue of The Pulse here.

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/4         MAP and FAST Testing Begins

9/6         Fall Picture Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball Clinics/AAU Teams:  Do you have a young basketball player who wants more court time?  Sign them up for the PV Girls Basketball Youth Clinics or AAU TeamsClick here for more information on the Youth Clinics and Click here for more info on the AAU Team sign up.

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010-2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Cody would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Homecoming Week: Click here to view the Cody Homecoming Spirit Week dress up days!

Cody Fall Frolic:  The Cody PTA needs your help soliciting silent auction donations for the fall frolic Friday September 21st.  Click here to access the auction letter and click here to access the donation form with additional details.  The Cody Fall Frolic is the biggest fundraiser of the year, with proceeds raised going towards the purchase of additional playground equipment and classroom technology.  Thank you for your support.

Fall Frolic Volunteering:  The PTA also needs volunteers to help the event run smoothly.  Please click here to sign up!

Cody PTA MinutesClick here to view the minutes from the last Cody PTA Meeting.

Fast Screener and MAP Assessments: The Fast Screener testing for K-6 will take place between September 4th – September 14th.  MAP Assessments for grades 3-6 will take place between September 4th – September 21st.  Each individual class will schedule these assessments within these windows.

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

9/11       Elementary Curriculum Night

9/12       Fall Picture Day

9/12       Early Out @ 1:30 p.m.

9/18       PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m. in Cody library

9/21       Fall Frolic @ 5:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball Clinics/AAU Teams:  Do you have a young basketball player who wants more court time?  Sign them up for the PV Girls Basketball Youth Clinics or AAU TeamsClick here for more information on the Youth Clinics and Click here for more info on the AAU Team sign up.

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010-2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Hopewell would love to have a large group of students and parents walk with Mr. Welch in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Homecoming Dress Up DaysClick here to view the Spirit Days for Hopewell for this year’s Homecoming Week!

Jr. FLL Application: Hopewell is accepting applications for students to join our Jr. First Lego League. If you are interested in having your student registered for our Jr. Lego League, please complete this form. Selection is limited due to our volunteer numbers. There will be volunteer coaches for second, third and fourth grades and the group is always looking for more assistance. Selection will occur after Labor Day.

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball AAU Team: Attend the PV Premier Girls Basketball Informational meeting for returning/current AAU players and new students on Wednesday, September 12thClick here for full details!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010-2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Pleasant View would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Pleasant View Staff Appreciation:  The Pleasant View PTA loves to spoil the faculty and staff at Pleasant View Elementary with a special event each month.  The staff appreciation event for September is quickly approaching. Click here to see how you can help!

Pleasant View PTA Info: Want to find out more about the PTA?  Click here to visit the website or PTA Facebook page (@PleasantViewElemPTA).  The meeting agendas and minutes may be found there.

Spartan Singers Choir: It’s that time of year to sign up for 4th and 5th grade choir for the 2018-2019 school year. The choir will be directed by Mrs. Cibula and will perform several times throughout the year including Winter Program, Fine Arts Night and Special Visitors’ Day.  The choir will meet every Tuesday after school from 3:00-4:00pm.  All transportation is the responsibility of the parent.  Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday, September 18, 2018.  Each student will pay $10 to cover the cost of their t-shirt, choir parties and any other choir supplies purchased throughout the year.   It would be appreciated if all registrations and payments were submitted by Friday, September 14th. Thank you!

To sign up, please do the following:

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball Clinics/AAU Teams:  Do you have a young basketball player who wants more court time?  Sign them up for the PV Girls Basketball Youth Clinics or AAU TeamsClick here for more information on the Youth Clinics and Click here for more info on the AAU Team sign up.

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010-2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Riverdale Heights would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Homecoming Dress Up Days:  Click here to see the Homecoming Spirit Week Dress Up Days for Riverdale Heights!

Riverdale Heights Fall Apparel Sale:  The Riverdale Heights Webstore will be open through Monday, September 3rd.  Click here to order your apparel!

Riverdale Heights Clubs: Riverdale Heights is excited to announce this year’s after-school clubs! Clubs include: Book Club, Science Club, Geography Club, Chess Club, Art Club, and Roadrunners Running Club. Sign up will begin at 8:00am on Monday, September 3rd. Clubs have limited spaces, and are assigned on a first come, first served basis. The sign up link will be available on the homepage of the PTA website. Questions can be directed to Eman at riverdaleheightsclubs@gmail.com

PTA Events Sign Up:  Without volunteers Riverdale Heights events cannot happen. The PTA would love to see you at one of the fun events; and the volunteer jobs are simple! You can sign up for different spots and events online this year by clicking here.  Any questions can be directed to Kelli at pta.riverdaleheights@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

9/11       Elementary Curriculum Night @ 6:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball Clinics/AAU Teams:  Do you have a young basketball player who wants more court time?  Sign them up for the PV Girls Basketball Youth Clinics or AAU TeamsClick here for more information on the Youth Clinics and Click here for more info on the AAU Team sign up.

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

Community Opportunities

PV X-plosion Softball:  PV X-plosion 7U and 8U softball teams are looking for a few more girls to play for the fall season! Eligible girls to play must have been born in 2010-2011. Check out the website at www.pvxplosionsoftball.org for details. To sign up, please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com.

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

Homecoming Spirit Week: Next week is Homecoming Week at PVJH!  The following dress up days have been approved for students and staff:

  • Tuesday, September 4th: Tie Dye Day
  • Wednesday, September 5th: Favorite Superhero/Character Day
  • Thursday, September 6th: Beach/Tropical Day (No bikinis are allowed)
  • Friday, September 7th: PV Spartan School Spirit Day

PTA Welcome MessageClick here to view the welcome letter from the PVJH PTA!

PTA Meeting:  You’re invited to attend the next PVJH PTA meeting and discover the HAPPENINGs of the PTA at the Junior High!  Meeting is scheduled for September 5th at 1:30 p.m. in the Junior High Conference Room.  Click here to review last meeting’s minutes and click here to view next meeting’s agenda.

Washington D.C. Trip Info: The informational meeting for the June 2019 Washington, D.C. trip will be held in the Pleasant Valley Junior High Library on Monday, September 10 at 6:30 PM.  Current 7th and 8th graders are eligible to attend the trip.  The intention of this meeting is to go over important trip information, including dates, cost, registration, and any other questions you might have.  If you are unable to attend but are interested in receiving information about this awesome trip, please contact Mrs. Kraklio at krakliosarah@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

September Staff Appreciation Luncheon: There are still slots that need to be filled to help with the September Staff Appreciation Luncheon!  Click here to help out.

PVJH 1st Quarter Sports Concession Selling:  Help out the PVJH PTA by signing up to serve concessions at different sporting events!  Click here to pick a time and sign up!

Concession Food Stocking:  The PTA is also looking to get help stocking the concession stand!  Click here to help out!

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Girls Basketball AAU Team: Attend the PV Premier Girls Basketball Informational meeting for returning/current AAU players and new students on Wednesday, September 12thClick here for full details!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

PV Trap Team:  For those interested in joining the PV Trap Team, there will be a Learn to Shoot gathering on Saturday, September 22nd from 9:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  For more information, please contact Kris (563-949-7122 OR kristinhwehrman@gmail.com).  In order to join the team, the Iowa DNR Hunter Safety course is required.  There is a class being held in Blue Grass on Saturday, September 8th.  Please contact Kris (info above) for more information.

Community Opportunities

QC Symphony Youth Choir Auditions: The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions this fall! The Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The Youth Choir handbook, audition guidelines and other useful information can be found on the Quad City Symphony Orchestra website under Education/Youth Ensembles.  Please email Chelsea Schwarzfopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org to set up an audition time, and click here for full details!

STEAM Lab Classes:  If your student has an interest in STEAM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Art, Math) consider signing up for classes at the STEAM Lab in Bettendorf!  Click here for a class list and click here for a registration form.

 

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Run with Carl:  Don’t forget to sign up for the 2018 Run with Carl, happening THIS MONDAY, September 3rd!  Visit www.runwithcarl.com for details and registration!

Homecoming Parade: The PV Homecoming Parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. and starting at 6:00 p.m!  Click here to access the parade map!

Homecoming Dance Volunteers Needed: The PVHS PTA requests your help for the Homecoming Dance next Saturday (9/8).  The PTA provides the parent helpers/chaperones during the dance.  Please click here to volunteer where you can help.   Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).  Thank you!

Message from Counseling Office:  SENIOR PARENTS – All 12th grade students were invited to attend a session of Senior Seminar this week.  This program is designed to provide seniors with helpful information regarding college planning.  Topics included applying for admission/scholarships/financial aid, accessing transcripts and requesting letters of recommendation.  We encourage you to view the Senior Seminar PowerPoint (CLICK HERE FOR POWERPOINT)and discuss these things with your student.  Please pay special attention to the “Important Dates” for this fall and watch for further information regarding Parchment, our new electronic transcript service.  Counselors also asked seniors to complete a survey (CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY) to share post-secondary plans.  This will assist us in providing future programming and improving individual communication with our students.    Thank you for your assistance in confirming that your son/daughter completed the survey.  Best wishes for an exciting and successful senior year!

PVHS Counseling Services: PVHS is happy to report on the continuation of counseling services from Vera French.  Kaitlyn Dwyer will have office hours at PVHS on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 8:00 to 3:00.  According to Vera French, “The premise of the school-based program is that many children aren’t receiving necessary mental health services because their parents or guardians are unable to get them to or maintain regular therapy appointments due to a number of barriers (transportation, time, etc). Placing a therapist in the school helps overcome these barriers and reach more children.  The focus of the program is to address emotional issues and teach children skills to overcome challenges interfering with their success in school and overall emotional functioning.” If you would like more information regarding Vera French services, please contact Kaitlyn at dwyerk@verafrenchmhc.org

Upcoming Events

9/3         No School – Labor Day

9/4         MAP Testing Begins

9/6         Homecoming Parade @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Pleasant Valley Athletic Boosters Selling Shifts:  The PV Athletic Boosters need your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please click here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Drama Family Orientation: All families and students interested in drama/Theatre at Pleasant Valley High School are invited to the Family & Student Orientation on Tuesday, September 4 at 6:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium. All Students and Family Members, please join to learn about the upcoming shows  and ways to get involved in all aspects of theater and support for the students! Drama Booster support this event and are providing pizza to all to kick of the year.

PV Boys Golf Apparel Webstore: The 2018 PV Boys Golf Apparel Team Store for all Spartan Fans is now open at www.pleasantvalleyspartansgolf.com.  Links to download the Catalog an order forms are on the left hand side of our home website page.  All orders must be turned into the Athletic Office before end of business day September 6 with a check made out to Pleasant Valley Schools.  All orders will be confirmed via email or phone call.  Thanks for supporting PV Athletics and the Boys Golf Team!

PV Spirit Driveway Painting: We’ve got spirit, how about you?! If you are interested in adding PV Spirit to your driveway, PV Platinum has the thing for you!  The Platinum Dance Team is coordinating driveway painting of the PV logo throughout the district this fall. For $25, Platinum Dancers will paint the PV logo on your driveway – adding some Spartan Spirit to your home. Dates and times will be coordinated closer to the date, and all driveways will be completed by the end of September/first part of October. Deadline for orders will be September 23rd.  Interested in signing up, please email Sue Speich at sspeich@hotmail.com

PV Trap Team:  For those interested in joining the PV Trap Team, there will be a Learn to Shoot gathering on Saturday, September 22nd from 9:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  For more information, please contact Kris (563-949-7122 OR kristinhwehrman@gmail.com).  In order to join the team, the Iowa DNR Hunter Safety course is required.  There is a class being held in Blue Grass on Saturday, September 8th.  Please contact Kris (info above) for more information.

Community Opportunities

St. Ambrose Engineering Night:  Any 9th-12th graders with an interest in engineering are invited to attend the St. Ambrose Engineering Night on Thursday, Sept. 6th!  Engineering Night is an opportunity to learn about local engineering companies and to network with their representatives.  Current engineering students and faculty will also be in attendance, along with Engineering Club, Society of Women Engineers, and the SAE Baja team. Click here for full details!

#SpartanNation August 24, 2018

Posted August 24th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s August 24th issue of The Pulse here.

Bridgeview Apparel Webstore:  Shop now at the Bridgeview Apparel Webstore!  Store is open from August 24th – September 2ndClick here to shop and get your new Spartan gear!

Fit and Fluent: Click here to learn about this year’s literacy theme at Bridgeview – Fit and Fluent!  This theme will encourage physical fitness and reading fluency throughout the student body!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Bridgeview would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Spartan Safe Snack List:  Click here to review the new Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year!

Cub Scout Recruitment Night:  Encourage your student to join the Cub Scouts!  The Cub Scouts recruitment night will be August 30th. New this year, girls can also join Cub Scouts and will have separate units.  Click here for details!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Upcoming Events

8/28:    First Day of T2K

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Cody would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Cody PTA Meeting:  The first Cody PTA meeting will be Tuesday, August 28 at 8:30 a.m. at Cody in the science room. Coffee will be served and there will be time to answer any questions new families may have.  See you there!

Cody Fall Frolic:  The Cody PTA needs your help soliciting silent auction donations for the fall frolic Friday September 21st.  Click here to access the auction letter and click here to access the donation form with additional details.  The Cody Fall Frolic is the biggest fundraiser of the year, with proceeds raised going towards the purchase of additional playground equipment and classroom technology.  Thank you for your support.

School VisitorsPlease remember Cody requires a photo ID if you have business past the front office.  Also, the school has an intercom to use for those entering the school.  Activation of the intercom calls the office, so please be prepared to announce why you are visiting.

Safety and AccountabilityFOR SAFETY and ACCOUNTABILITY, please remember to contact the main office if your child plans a different after school event other than their normal after school routine.  Cody takes this responsibility very seriously.  Please write a note in their student planner, call (563)332-0210, email Mrs. Kipper, kipperjennifer@pleasval.k12.ia.us, or Mrs. Spinsby, spinsbyc@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

Spartan Safe Snack List:  Click here to review the new Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year!

Cub Scout Recruitment Night:  Encourage your student to join the Cub Scouts!  The Cub Scouts recruitment night will be August 30th. New this year, girls can also join Cub Scouts and will have separate units.  Click here for details!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

Updated Hopewell Traffic Pattern:  With the new traffic pattern at Hopewell, please remember, if you are turning right, westbound, out of the parking lot, you will need to turn in front of the school and exit out the far west drive. Right turns out of the parking lot at the main entrance are no longer an option. View the new traffic pattern by clicking here.  Please contact Mr. Welch with questions.

Principal Coffee: Chris Welch hosts a coffee gathering (with coffee and treats) monthly giving parents an opportunity to chat. There have been a couple of incorrect dates posted. For August and September there is one coffee gathering Tuesday August 28 8:30 a.m. to about 9:00 a.m. Please join Chris and other parents.

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Hopewell would love to have a large group of students and parents walk with Mr. Welch in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Hopewell PTA Involvement Sign Up:  If you are interested in being involved in the Hopewell PTA for the 2018-19 school year, click here to learn more and to sign up for potential roles!

Hopewell Harmony:  Hopewell Elementary is thrilled to offer a 4th and 5th grade choir for the 2018-2019 school year. The ensemble is designed to create another opportunity for our students to express their love of music. The choir will be directed by Ms. Casey and will perform several times throughout the year including Winter Program, Fine Arts Night, and a Quad City Storm hockey game. The choir will meet every Tuesday after school from 3:00-3:45pm.  All transportation is the responsibility of the parent.  Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday September 18, 2018. Each student will pay $10 to cover the cost of their T-Shirt.   To sign up, please do the following:

Registrations and payments should be submitted by Friday September 14, thank you!

Hopewell PTA: Remember to keep on eye on Facebook – Hopewell Elementary School PTA for all the current events!

First Lego League Team Sign Up: Hopewell Elementary is seeking 6th grade applicants for the 2018-2019 First Lego League Team. This team meets on a regular basis to construct, code, and compete using a Lego robot and Lego FLL challenges. If you are interested in this program please complete this form prior to September 1st!

Volunteers Needed for Junior First Lego League (JrFLL): The Junior First Lego (JrFLL) program at Hopewell Elementary is in need of parent volunteers for our fall program. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering, please sign up here. No experience is needed!

Spartan Safe Snack List:  Click here to review the new Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year!

Cub Scout Recruitment Night:  Encourage your student to join the Cub Scouts!  The Cub Scouts recruitment night will be August 30th. New this year, girls can also join Cub Scouts and will have separate units.  Click here for details!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

Kindergarten Parent Open House:  The PTA is sponsoring an open house for all kindergarten parents on Tuesday, August 28th from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m.  Please feel free to stop by and enjoy coffee and a bite to eat while visiting with other kindergarten parents. Childcare will be provided from 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.  The breakfast will be held at Roopa Goswami’s home, 4812 School House Road (2 blocks from the school).  You should have received an invitation from your child’s teacher at Meet and Greet. Feel free to contact Roopa for additional information at roopa.goswami@gmail.com. Hope to see you there!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Pleasant View would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

Pleasant View PTA Involvement Sign Up:  If you are interested in being involved in the Pleasant View PTA for the 2018-19 school year, click here to learn more and to sign up for potential roles!

Spartan Safe Snack List:  Click here to review the new Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year!

Cub Scout Recruitment Night:  Encourage your student to join the Cub Scouts!  The Cub Scouts recruitment night will be August 30th. New this year, girls can also join Cub Scouts and will have separate units.  Click here for details!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

PVHS Homecoming Parade: Riverdale Heights would love to have a large group of students and parents walk in the homecoming parade! The parade is Thursday, September 6 meeting at 5:00 p.m. then starts at 6:00 p.m.  Click here to access the parent permission slip and additional Homecoming Parade information.

PTA Events Sign upWithout volunteers Riverdale Heights events cannot happen. The PTA would love to see you at one of the fun events; and the volunteer jobs are simple! You can sign up for different spots and events online this year by clicking here.  Any questions can be directed to Kelli at pta.riverdaleheights@gmail.com

Room Parent Sign UpBeing a room parent is simple and fun! Room parents will organize all volunteers and supplies for their classroom parties as well as being the contact between the PTA and the parents in your classroom. There will only be one room parent per classroom. Sign up now by clicking here.  Any questions can be directed to Julie at jjstaab29@hotmail.com

Riverdale Heights Fall Apparel Sale:  The Riverdale Heights Webstore will be open Monday, August 27th through Monday, September 3rd.  Click here to order your apparel! Link will go live on MONDAY!

Spartan Safe Snack List:  Click here to review the new Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year!

Cub Scout Recruitment Night:  Encourage your student to join the Cub Scouts!  The Cub Scouts recruitment night will be August 30th. New this year, girls can also join Cub Scouts and will have separate units.  Click here for details!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Cheer Camp: Does your child have interest in cheerleading?  Send them to the Fall PV Cheer Clinic on September 9thClick here for full details and registration!

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Out Reminder:  The first Early Dismissal of the school year is Wednesday, August 29th.  Plan accordingly!

Message from Career Center:  Greetings from the Career Center! Mary Johnson, the Career Coordinator, has a variety of opportunities throughout the year for students. These opportunities are posted in the Announcements on the High School’s Career Center page and on FB/Twitter. Colleges & Military Admissions visits to the high school can also be found on the Career Center webpage.  New this year is a Career Center Bulletin Board which will have job postings, upcoming events and Career & Post-Secondary information.  The CC Bulletin Board can be found in the cafeteria near the Career Center/Service Learning entrance.  Activities include Lunch & Learns, tours and activities in the community.

Care for Kids Hawk-I Insurance Information:  Medicaid and hawk-i are state insurance programs that offer low-cost or no-cost health and dental insurance coverage for eligible Iowa families.  For more information about Medicaid and hawk-i, please call Care for Kids at the Scott County Health Department at 563-328-4114 or click here to view the website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Athletic Booster Help Needed:  The PV Athletic Boosters needs your help!  The group is looking for helpers to take a shift or more selling PV Athletic Booster clothing.  Please take a look by clicking here and sign up to help with clothing sales!  Any questions, please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (563-949-7122).

Community Opportunities

CornCon IV Cybersecurity Conference:  If your student is interested in learning more about cybersecurity and programing, encourage them to attend the CornCon IV Cybersecurity Conference on September 8thClick here for full details and registration information.

#SpartanNation August 17, 2018

Posted August 17th, 2018

Bridgeview

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

Upcoming Events

8/21:      Meet and Greet – New Families @ 5:00 p.m., Returning Families @ 5:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

Cody

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

Hopewell

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

Hopewell PTA Facebook: Remember to keep an eye on Facebook – Hopewell Elementary School PTA for all the current events and announcements!

Volunteer Opportunity: Hopewell Principal Mr. Welch will be working on the instillation of the Preschool playground at door E3 (middle of the parking lot side) Saturday August 18 at 8:00 a.m. and is in need of assistance!  Mr. Welch is looking for handy parents willing to pitch in – this is a much smaller version than the play space in back and Mr. Welch would truly appreciate a few hours on Saturday morning! Work will start around 7:30 a.m TOMORROW, the 18th. Thank you!

First Lego League Team Sign Up: Hopewell Elementary is seeking 6th grade applicants for the 2018-2019 First Lego League Team. This team meets on a regular basis to construct, code, and compete using a Lego robot and Lego FLL challenges. If you are interested in this program please complete this form prior to September 1st!

Volunteers Needed for Junior First Lego League (JrFLL): The Junior First Lego (JrFLL) program at Hopewell Elementary is in need of parent volunteers for our fall program. If you are interested in learning more about volunteering, please sign up here. No experience is needed!

Hopewell Harvest:  The annual Hopewell Harvest on Friday, October 5th! As always, help and support from Hopewell families will make this a success! During Back to School Night, there will be Donations Boxes in the Cafeteria so you can easily turn in any items you’ve collected over the summer. Below is a list of items requested:

  • Items for the Silent Auction Baskets (gift cards, event tickets, items to go into the baskets)
  • Exciting Raffle items (such as a Go pro HERO, Electric Scooter, iPad mini, Amazon Fire, Nintendo Switch and Beats Wireless Headphones)
  • Books for kids of all ages for the Cake Walk
  • Trinkets to be used as game prizes (kid’s meal toys, promotional items from businesses, small bouncy balls, etc.)

Thanks for your support in making Hopewell Harvest a success. If you have any questions, please contact one of the Harvest Co-Chairs. See you at Back to School Night! Lauren Sels (lauren.sels@gmail.com)  and Shawna Shields (shawnashields@hotmail.com)

Upcoming Events

8/21:      Meet and Greet – New Families @ 5:00 p.m., Returning Families @ 5:30 p.m.

8/21:      PTA Meeting @ 6:30 p.m.

8/27:      Principals Coffee – 8:30-9:00 a.m.

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

First PTA Meeting of the 2018/2019 School Year:  The first Pleasant View PTA meeting is on Monday, August 20th at 6:30 p.m. in the Library.  It will be a short meeting followed by time for the Fall Fest committee and the 6th Grade committee to have planning discussions.  Everyone is welcome to attend!  The minutes from the May meeting may be reviewed on the PTA website.

Kindergarten Parent Tears and Cheers Open House: The Pleasant View PTA is happy to welcome all kindergarten parents at the Tears & Cheers open house event on Tuesday August 28th from 8:45am-10:30am. Enjoy coffee and light breakfast, meet other parents, and share the experience of sending your little ones to school. Childcare will be provided. The event will be held at Roopa Goswami’s home, two blocks from the school, at 4812 School House Road.  Feel free to contact Roopa with any questions at roopa.goswami@gmail.com.

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

Parking Lot Procedures: Before school starts next week, remind yourself of the pick-up/drop off procedures at Riverdale Heights!  Click here for the parking lot procedures.

Upcoming Events

8/21:      Meet & Greet, New Families 5:00 pm, Returning Families 5:30 pm

8/30:      Picture Day – Money must be sent with the student on that day for pictures

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

PVJH

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

PTA Staff Appreciation Luncheon: Help the JH PTA put on the August Staff Appreciation Luncheon by donating items!  Click here to sign up

Athletics and Activities

Platinum Dance Camp: Join the Platinum Dance Team for their Fall Dance Camp!  Click here for registration and details.  Registration due September 17th.

Community Opportunities

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir: Does your child love to sing? The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is an exciting opportunity for students with unchanged voices in grades two through eight.  The 2018-2019 QCSYE Audition Guide contains detailed information explaining the audition process. Please email Chelsea Schwarzkopf at cschwarzkopf@qcso.org for more information or to set up an audition.

 

 

 

PVHS

Welcome Back students and families!  The weekly eNews messages are starting up today and will be sent every Friday to give you announcements, upcoming events, activities, and more, so be sure to check your inboxes to stay up to date!

Announcements

First Day of School:  PVCSD looks forward to seeing everyone on the first day of school, Thursday, August 23rd!

Homecoming T-Shirt Order:  Order your PV Homecoming t-shirt TODAY!  Click here to make your purchase.  Order deadline is August 26th, and shirts will be delivered to each school on September 5th.

Upcoming Events

8/21:      PVHS Open House @ 7:00 p.m.  – Parents will follow a short 8 minute bell schedule
8/23:      First Day of School @ 8:10 a.m.  (Early Dismissal 10-12 Grade 12:05pm) Busses run at 3:30pm

8/24 & 8/27: PVHS ID Pictures during wellness class.  Click here for the forms you need to order pictures for the fall of 2018!
8/29:      Early Dismissal @ 12:05 p.m.

9/3:        No School, Labor Day

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Posted May 25th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s May 25th issue of The Pulse here.

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Sunday, June 24th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code BRI160.

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Upcoming Events

5/29       School Board Meeting and 5th Grade Flag Essay Recognition @ 6:00 p.m.

5/31       End of the Year Celebration – Camp Read S’More @ 11:00 a.m.

6/1       Last Day of School – Early Out @ 11:30 a.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Beginning Band Super Lesson:  Beginning Band Students and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend our PV Beginning Band Super Lesson from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4th in the PVHS band room.  Babysitting will be provided for younger siblings so parents and band students can participate in the evening’s activities. Activities will include a brief meeting followed by an instrument-specific class showing instrument assembly, care/maintenance, and producing those first sounds!  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s band director!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program:  Have your student spend their summer reading with the Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program!  Click here for full details on the summer events and the reading program.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

Wear Your Favorite Team Apparel Week at Cody:  Team Cody!  For the last week of school, Cody is inviting everyone to wear team apparel each day to celebrate the awesome team of students and adults at Cody Elementary!  Feel free to wear your show off your favorite baseball, basketball, football, soccer, hockey, school team apparel.  It’s been a great year for Team Cody!

Lost and Found:   If you are in the building, please take a minute to look through the lost and found in the front hallway.   At the close of the school year Mrs. Harris, the school nurse, will go through any unclaimed items and keep some of them for extra clothing here at school. The remaining items will be donated to Goodwill.

Summer Office Hours:    The Cody school office will remain open until Friday, June 15th during the hours of 7:00 – 3:00 and will re-open on Monday, August 6th during those same hours.  The office will be open periodically throughout the summer for in-service opportunities and workshop dates.   If you are unable to contact someone at the school, please contact the Belmont Administration Center at 563-332-5550.

End of the Year Reports:   The students’ end of the year reports will be mailed directly to your home.  Please contact the school office (332-0210) if you have any questions.

Cody Summer Reading Challenge: Encourage your student to keep reading, all summer long!  Click here to learn more about the Cody Summer Reading Challenge!

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Athletics and Activities

PV Beginning Band Super Lesson:  Beginning Band Students and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend our PV Beginning Band Super Lesson from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4th in the PVHS band room.  Babysitting will be provided for younger siblings so parents and band students can participate in the evening’s activities. Activities will include a brief meeting followed by an instrument-specific class showing instrument assembly, care/maintenance, and producing those first sounds!  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s band director!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program:  Have your student spend their summer reading with the Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program!  Click here for full details on the summer events and the reading program.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

Bottled Water Donations for Field Day: On Thursday, May 31st, Hopewell will have its’ first Field Day!  If you would like to donate small (8oz.) bottled water for students to enjoy on Field Day, please drop them off in the office by Friday, May 25th.  Thank you!

Free Skating Party: On Thursday, May 31st, 6-8 pm, Hopewell has earned a free skating party. This party was earned because Hopewell averaged over 100 paid skaters per party at the 3 scheduled skate parties this school year.  Skating is free, skate rental is $1.50.  Come out and celebrate an awesome school year with your friends!

PTA Committee Chair Openings 2018-19The following committee chair positions are open for the 2018-19 school year.  If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact your current PTA President, Sara Sierk (sarasierk@hotmail.com) or your incoming PTA President, Allison McCauley (crabbyinc@gmail.com).  If no one fills these positions we will not be able to provide Hopewell with some wonderful opportunities.  Please consider sharing your time! Thank you!

*   Communications Co-Chair
*   School Grounds Chair

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 24th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code HOP064.

Support Hopewell Harvest—Items to collect over the summer:  The Hopewell Harvest Committee is already hard at work planning next fall’s Harvest! As you’re doing some spring cleaning or summer shopping, please consider if you can donate any of these items. There will be a collections box at Back to School Night so you can easily turn in any donations.

  • Books for kids of all ages for the Cake Walk
  • Trinkets to be used as game prizes (kid’s meal toys, promotional items from businesses, small bouncy balls, etc.)
  • Exciting Raffle items (items in the past have included electric scooters, gaming systems such as the Xbox, iPads, Kindles, electric guitars, tickets to a local event)

Thanks for your support in making Hopewell Harvest a success. If you have any questions, please contact one of the Harvest Co-Chairs, Lauren Sels at lauren.sels@gmail.com or Shawna Shields at shawnashields@hotmail.com.

PTA ReflectionsEach year hundreds of thousands of students in kindergarten through grade 12 throughout the nation create and submit original works in the areas of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts through their school’s PTA Reflections program.  Over the last few years, Hopewell has had great interest and success with imaginative and creative entries from many students.  The 2018-2019 theme, “Heroes Around Me,” will spark imagination and creativity in school and at home.   The theme has been provided in case your student wants to work on their project over the summer months.  Look for more information coming home regarding Reflections in September of 2018.

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Athletics and Activities

PV Beginning Band Super Lesson:  Beginning Band Students and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend our PV Beginning Band Super Lesson from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4th in the PVHS band room.  Babysitting will be provided for younger siblings so parents and band students can participate in the evening’s activities. Activities will include a brief meeting followed by an instrument-specific class showing instrument assembly, care/maintenance, and producing those first sounds!  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s band director!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program:  Have your student spend their summer reading with the Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program!  Click here for full details on the summer events and the reading program.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 15th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code PLE029.  If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Langan, jlangan14@mchsi.com.

May PTA Meeting Minutes:  The minutes from the May Pleasant View PTA Meeting can be found on the PTA website.  Meetings will resume in August.  Thank you to the PTA members and committee chairs for another wonderful year!  Your volunteerism is much appreciated!

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Athletics and Activities

PV Beginning Band Super Lesson:  Beginning Band Students and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend our PV Beginning Band Super Lesson from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4th in the PVHS band room.  Babysitting will be provided for younger siblings so parents and band students can participate in the evening’s activities. Activities will include a brief meeting followed by an instrument-specific class showing instrument assembly, care/maintenance, and producing those first sounds!  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s band director!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program:  Have your student spend their summer reading with the Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program!  Click here for full details on the summer events and the reading program.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Upcoming Events

5/29       Kindergarten Track & Field Day 1:15 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (KK & KL 1:15-2:00), KH & KB (2:00-2:45)

5/30       4th Grade Track & Field Day 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

5/30       1st Grade Track & Field Day 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.

5/30       3rd Grade Field Trip to Lock & Dam

5/31       3rd Grade Track & Field Day 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

5/31       5th Grade Track & Field Day 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.

5/31       2nd Grade Track & Field Day 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.

6/1       Last day of school, 11:30 a.m. dismissal NO LUNCH SERVED

Athletics and Activities

PV Beginning Band Super Lesson:  Beginning Band Students and Parents are strongly encouraged to attend our PV Beginning Band Super Lesson from 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Monday, June 4th in the PVHS band room.  Babysitting will be provided for younger siblings so parents and band students can participate in the evening’s activities. Activities will include a brief meeting followed by an instrument-specific class showing instrument assembly, care/maintenance, and producing those first sounds!  If you have any questions, please contact your school’s band director!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program:  Have your student spend their summer reading with the Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program!  Click here for full details on the summer events and the reading program.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

PVJH Last Day of School Fun:  Get ready for summer with bounce houses, water balloons, ice cream, and more! The last day of school at the junior high will be a luau theme.  Be sure to wear your best island wear and be ready to have some fun next Friday!

Outside Food at PVJH:  In this last week of school and beyond, PVJH would like to remind students and parents that no outside food is to be brought in to the junior high to be shared at a lunch table, which includes having food delivered to the junior high. You ARE allowed to bring your own child a special lunch or a drink to be eaten during their lunch period only, but food delivery and bringing food for an entire table is not allowed. Your cooperation on this issue is much appreciated!

Library book returns and fines: As the end of the school year approaches, it is important to make sure all library books are returned and student’s fines are paid. All books are due on Friday, May 25. Books not returned by noon on Friday, June 1st will be marked lost. The replacement cost and a $5.00 non-refundable processing fine will also be assessed. Also please make sure all student fines are also paid by noon on Friday, June 1st. A computer generated email is sent out every Monday morning with the Subject Line of Overdue Notice or Fine Notice. Overdue notice means the book needs to be returned or a fine may be incurred. The Fine Notice means the student has a fine, but the book has been returned. The last week of school these emails will be sent out every morning. Additionally, you have the option of having your child check their library account to determine what is overdue and/or fine amounts on the card catalog, Destiny, by clicking here.  The username is: student ID#; password is: last name. Thank you for another great school year!

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Athletics and Activities

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

PV OPUS Choir Summer Workshop: PV is excited to offer a summer workshop for all students interested in auditioning for Iowa’s OPUS Honor Choirs!  This free workshop will be held Saturday, August 25th at PVJH.  Click here for full details and registration info!

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Center for Alcohol and Drug Services “Hidden in Plain Sight” Experience:  As a parent or guardian, do you ever ask yourself questions like:  “Is it okay to lookHigh S into my child’s affairs?” “Why the interest in this?” or “Can you tell me what this is about?” Learn about hidden messaging and how it relates to drug use (or preoccupation). Learn how to identify drugs and locate hidden or look-a-like compartments. Prevention Specialists are on site to assist you with questions and tips on how to start the conversation with your teen today.  This exhibit is FREE! Must be 19 years of age or older. Click here to learn more and set up an appointment today!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

 

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Last Day of School: The last day of school is next Friday, June 1st!  Elementary students will be released at 11:30 a.m. (no lunch served), Junior High students will follow a regular schedule and regular release time, and High School students will be released after the end of the 4th period final at 12:00 p.m. (pending no make-up final work).  Thanks for a great year!

Final Friday eNews: This eNews will be the final Friday eNews of the 2017-18 school year! There may be periodic emails sent throughout the summer, so don’t ignore your inbox completely!

Locker Cleanout Reminder:  Please remind your student to clean out their PE and school lockers.  Anything left in their lockers will be thrown away.

Senior Summer Job Opportunities:  Is your senior needing a job for the summer or a full-time, work-to-career job? John Deere is currently hiring entry-level positions, for information contact: Bridget Dusing at DusingBridgeM@JohnDeere.com or apply online by clicking here.   AT&T is also hiring seniors at their 5348 Elmore Circle location, tuition reimbursement and benefits included.  Click here to apply online.

Summer Opportunities: Keep your student involved in all kinds of fun things this summer!  Click here to check out the PVCSD website posting with a list of a variety of things your kids can participate in during their break.

PVCSD Social Media Accounts: It might be summer time, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be fun things going on here at PVCSD!  Stay up to date on summer announcements and happenings by following the official PVCSD Facebook and Twitter accounts at Pleasant Valley Community School District on Facebook and @pleasvalcsd on Twitter.

Upcoming Events

5/27       Graduation @ TaxSlayer Center, Moline @ 12:00 p.m. (doors to arena open at 11:00 a.m.)

5/28       Band Memorial Day Performance @ 11:00 a.m.

5/30       Finals 5,6,7

5/31       Finals 1,2

6/1         Finals 3,4 and Makeup /Last Day of School  (Please note: Busses will run at 12:30 p.m.)

Athletics and Activities

PVHS Tennis Courts Closed Starting June 4th:  The PVHS Tennis Courts will be closed beginning June 4th for repair and resurfacing.  The entire process may take a week to ten days.  Thank you for understanding!

Summer Lifting Schedule: Staying in shape for your school year athletics is important over the summer time!  Click here to find the summer lifting schedule at PVHS.  See you in the gym!

PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning: Just keep swimming all summer long with the PV Girls Swimming Summer Conditioning and help prepare your 7th-12th grade for their swim career at PV!  Click here for details and registration info.

Community Opportunities

Memorial Day Ceremony at Bridgeview Elementary:  PVCSD would like to invite you and your family to a special Memorial Day Ceremony held at Bridgeview Elementary School in LeClaire on Monday, May 28 at 11:00 AM.  This wonderful event is presented by the American Legion Auxiliary Buffalo Bill Post #347, and will also feature the Pleasant Valley Concert Band along with several special guest speakers, including Colonel Stacy S. Townsend, US Army RIA.  Come and help pay tribute to all those who have served our country with this special tradition!

Center for Alcohol and Drug Services “Hidden in Plain Sight” Experience:  As a parent or guardian, do you ever ask yourself questions like:  “Is it okay to look into my child’s affairs?” “Why the interest in this?” or “Can you tell me what this is about?” Learn about hidden messaging and how it relates to drug use (or preoccupation). Learn how to identify drugs and locate hidden or look-a-like compartments. Prevention Specialists are on site to assist you with questions and tips on how to start the conversation with your teen today.  This exhibit is FREE! Must be 19 years of age or older. Click here to learn more and set up an appointment today!

Summer Food Service: Pleasant Valley Community School District wants to make you aware of a Summer Food Service Program.  While PV schools do not offer this program, any and all children can participate in Bettendorf Community School District’s Summer Food Service Program.  Click here for full details on the program and how you can participate.

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Posted May 17th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s May 18th issue of The Pulse here.

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Sunday, June 24th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code BRI160.

Bridgeview PTA Involvement Sign Up:  If you are interested in being involved in the Bridgeview PTA for the 2018-19 school year, click here to learn more and to sign up for potential roles!

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Upcoming Events

5/22       6th grade Track and Field event

5/24       Bridgeview Alum Senior Reception and Walk off @ 8:00 a.m.

5/24       5th grade field trip-Hoover Museum

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Box Top Final Collection: The final cut and count for this school year’s box top collection is Wednesday, May 23rd from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Any and all help is welcome – the group will meet in the conference room by the library. Thanks!

Bottled Water Donations for Field Day: On Thursday, May 31st, Hopewell will have its’ first Field Day!  If you would like to donate small (8oz.) bottled water for students to enjoy on Field Day, please drop them off in the office by Friday, May 25th.  Thank you!

Free Skating Party: On Thursday, May 31st, 6-8 pm, Hopewell has earned a free skating party. This party was earned because Hopewell averaged over 100 paid skaters per party at the 3 scheduled skate parties this school year.  Skating is free, skate rental is $1.50.  Come out and celebrate an awesome school year with your friends!

PTA Committee Chair Openings 2018-19: The following committee chair positions are open for the 2018-19 school year.  If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact your current PTA President, Sara Sierk (sarasierk@hotmail.com) or your incoming PTA President, Allison McCauley (crabbyinc@gmail.com).  If no one fills these positions we will not be able to provide Hopewell with some wonderful opportunities.  Please consider sharing your time! Thank you!

*   Communications Co-Chair
*   School Grounds Chair
*   VIP/Grandparents’ Day Co-Chair

Hopewell PTA Involvement Sign Up:  If you are interested in being involved in the Hopewell PTA for the 2018-19 school year, click here to learn more and to sign up for potential roles!

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 24th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code HOP064.

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Box Top Collection: Thank you for helping Pleasant View earn money to take care of the school by submitting the box tops!  The last collection of the year will be Friday, May 25.  Please submit your box tops to your classroom by Friday!

Extra Pleasant View Yearbooks Available: The Pleasant View office has a limited number of 2017-18 student yearbooks available for sale to families who did not purchase one through the online registration process last May.  The yearbooks may be purchased by sending $17.00 cash or check to the office.  Checks should be made payable to PVCSD.  These yearbooks will be sold in person in a “first come, first serve” format.  Reservations may not be made by email or phone.  In order to ensure that your child receives a yearbook next school year, please consider purchasing in advance through the 2018-19 online registration process.

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 15th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code PLE029.  If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Langan, jlangan14@mchsi.com.

Walk-A-Thon Review: What a fun day!  Thank you to those that volunteered and contributed!  Over $9500.00 was raised to purchase Chromebooks!

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Scholastic Book Fair Customer Appreciation Sale:  The Scholastic Book Fair Customer Appreciation Sale is right around the corner!  All purchases are Buy One Get One Free.  Click here to pre-register online and receive a Coupon redeemable at the event!  Below are the dates and times the Bettendorf Public Library Info Center will be open for the sale:

  • Tuesday, 5/22/18   2:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Wednesday, 5/23/18   2:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Thursday, 5/34/18  2:00pm – 7:00pm

Incoming 7th Grade Physical and Concussion Form: If your incoming 7th grader plans to participate in a junior high sport next year, they will need a current physical and concussion form signed. Find those forms by clicking here. There are also 2 immunizations required to start the first day of junior high; the Tdap and meningococcal vaccines. You must provide proof of these immunizations to begin the first day of school in August. Make an appointment with your family doctor today to get these requirements met.  Contact your school nurse with any questions.

Upcoming Events

5/22       6th Grade Track Meet

5/23       RAINDATE 6th Grade Track Meet

5/29       Kindergarten Track & Field Day 1:15 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. (KK & KL 1:15-2:00), KH & KB (2:00-2:45)

5/30       4th Grade Track & Field Day 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

5/30       1st Grade Track & Field Day 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.

5/30       3rd Grade Field Trip to Lock & Dam

5/31       3rd Grade Track & Field Day 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

5/31       5th Grade Track & Field Day 10:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.

5/31       2nd Grade Track & Field Day 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.

6/1         Last day of school, 11:30 a.m. dismissal NO LUNCH SERVED

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

PVJH Gifted and Talented “Gallery of Awesome”:  Have you ever wondered what you should and shouldn’t do when you time travel?  What does the future hold for self-driving cars?  Would you like to share your creativity with the world?  Please join us for the PVJH Gifted and Talented Program’s “Gallery of Awesome” at 7:00 p.m.  Monday, May 21 in the PVJH Cafeteria.  Questions?  Email Mr. Myatt myattw@pleasval.k12.ia.us

8th Grade Language Arts 20Time ShowcaseYou are invited to attend the PVJH 20Time Showcase on Thursday, May 24th, from 8:25 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. and 12:55 – 2:25 p.m.  8th graders have spent the last eight weeks working on their 20Time project, which is a self-directed, project-based learning experience where students decide what they learn about, set goals, and figure out how to meet those goals. This is an opportunity for you to talk with students individually and hear what they learned and the processes they went through to reach their goals. As students will be set-up in multiple classrooms and spaces, feel free to visit anytime during the times listed above.  Please enter through the main entrance and you will be directed to the Showcase. Thank you for your support and encouragement at home and in the larger community!

Fashion Camp: Fashion Camp is designed to provide experience based learning about fashion and design.  All aspects of the fashion industry-from sketching, textiles, garment design to creating your own fashion piece.  Students will model their fashion piece at the end of the week in a runway fashion show for family and friends.  Camp is for ages 12-16 and costs $129.  Camp dates are Mon-Fri,  July 30-Aug 3, from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., at Pleasant Valley High School.  Marta Brooks will be the camp instructor.  Register by calling Scott Community College, 563-441-4100.

Library book returns and fines: As the end of the school year approaches, it is important to make sure all library books are returned and student’s fines are paid. All books are due on Friday, May 25. Books not returned by noon on Friday, June 1st will be marked lost. The replacement cost and a $5.00 non-refundable processing fine will also be assessed. Also please make sure all student fines are also paid by noon on Friday, June 1st. A computer generated email is sent out every Monday morning with the Subject Line of Overdue Notice or Fine Notice. Overdue notice means the book needs to be returned or a fine may be incurred. The Fine Notice means the student has a fine, but the book has been returned. The last week of school these emails will be sent out every morning. Additionally, you have the option of having your child check their library account to determine what is overdue and/or fine amounts on the card catalog, Destiny, by clicking here.  The username is: student ID#; password is: last name. Thank you for another great school year!

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Basketball Camp: Get ready for the PV Girls Basketball Summer camps for all ages!  Click here to find out more about camp dates and registration!

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

PV Youth Baseball Camp:  Calling all 8-14 year olds who love baseball!  Join the PV Baseball team for their Youth Baseball Camp!  Click here for details and registration.

Quad City Symphony Youth Choir Auditions:  The Quad City Symphony Youth Choir is holding auditions for next year for students in 2nd – 8th grade!  Click here for full audition details!

X-Plosion Fall Softball Try-Outs: Mark your calendars for the X-Plosion Fall Softball tryouts!  See the team website for details and dates by clicking here!  This year, a new level of play is being introduced. This is more competitive than Park and Rec but less of a time commitment then the full travel team.  All ages 6 and up are welcome to try out. Preregistration is required and available at this Registration Link.  For more details please contact Angela Stagg at 563-505-9075 or by email at qcpvxplosion@gmail.com

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Important Graduation Information:  If you are the parent of a senior, please click here to view an important document regarding graduation information!

Pleasant View Alum Graduation Recognition: If you attended Pleasant View, you are invited to the Pleasant View Graduation Reception on Thursday, May 24th, at 8:00 a.m.!  Click here for the official invitation with full details.  Seniors are encouraged to wear their caps and gowns to this reception.

Riverdale Heights Alum Graduation Recognition: If you attended Riverdale Heights, are invited to the Riverdale Heights Graduation Reception on Thursday, May 24th Click here for the official invitation with full details.  Seniors are encouraged to wear their caps and gowns to this reception.  RSVP by a TODAY, Friday, May 18th to Mrs. Umland at umlandj@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

Fashion Camp: Fashion Camp is designed to provide experience based learning about fashion and design.  All aspects of the fashion industry-from sketching, textiles, garment design to creating your own fashion piece.  Students will model their fashion piece at the end of the week in a runway fashion show for family and friends.  Camp is for ages 12-16 and costs $129.  Camp dates are Mon-Fri, July 30-Aug 3, from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., at Pleasant Valley High School.  Marta Brooks will be the camp instructor.  Register by calling Scott Community College, 563-441-4100.

All Girl AT&T Hello Sunshine Filmmaker Lab:  Calling all young women interested in filmmaking!  Fresh Films is partnering with AT&T and Hello Sunshine (Reese Witherspoons’s media company) to provide an opportunity for young women to immerse themselves in a professional film production and learn from industry experts.  This is a free opportunity with travel & lodging provided for the young women and a chaperone who lives outside of California. Click here for more info or to register!

Upcoming Events

5/21       Senior Finals during class time

5/22       Senior Finals during class time/Senior checkout

5/23       Senior Finals/makeup/Senior checkout (Remember to pick up your immunization record in the Nurse’s office!)

5/24       Graduation Rehearsal ABC Gym @ 10:00 a.m.

5/24       Senior Picnic @ Veterans Memorial Park @ 11:30 a.m.

5/27       Graduation @ TaxSlayer Center, Moline @ 12:00 p.m. (doors to arena open at 11:00 a.m.)

5/28       Band Memorial Day Performance @ 11:00 a.m.

5/30       Finals 5,6,7

5/31       Finals 1,2

6/1         Finals 3,4 and Makeup   Please note: Busses will run at 12:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Girls Soccer Camp: Head out to the soccer field for this summer’s Girls Soccer Camps for 3rd-11th graders!  Click here for full details and registration information!

Community Opportunities

Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair: Join the City of Bettendorf at the Public Works Open House and Recycling Fair on May 19th!  Learn about the services the Public Works Department provides, take a ride on “The LOOP” bus, enjoy snacks, and much more!  Click here for full details!

Quad City Museum Week: Museums from across the Quad Cities region are getting ready to come together for the fourth annual Quad Cities Museum Week happening June 9 – 17! Enjoy this celebration of the region’s museums and participate in special activities, exhibits, and promotions during this fun-filled week. Visit www.qcmuseumweek.com for more information.

#SpartanNation May 11, 2018

Posted May 10th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s May 11th issue of The Pulse here.

Spartan Safe Snack List Update: The Pleasant Valley School Community makes student health and wellness a top priority! In addition to maintaining high standards for providing safe and healthy lunches, we believe that snacks consumed at school also impact good nutrition and the development of lifelong healthy eating habits. As a result, we have been collaborating on exciting changes to the Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year.

In addition to our commitment to snacks that are nut-free, we have adjusted our snack list to better align with the USDA Smart Snack Standards. Click here to find the list of food and beverages that may be shared in the classroom along with frequently asked questions and answers.  This list will be enforced at all elementary schools starting next fall.  Thank you for joining us in making our schools the healthiest they can be so students can do their best work.  Please contact the district or your school nurse if you have questions or feedback.

Upcoming Events

5/15       Flag Assembly and 5th grade Flag Essay @ 10:30 a.m. (Remember to wear red-white and blue)

5/16       Third grade field trip to the Arsenal

5/16       Kindergarten field trip to Dairy Farm

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

Community Opportunities

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Lost and Found: Please check the Cody lost and found tables located outside of cafeteria.  Items left on table will be donated to the Goodwill at the end of the school year.

Spartan Safe Snack List Update: The Pleasant Valley School Community makes student health and wellness a top priority! In addition to maintaining high standards for providing safe and healthy lunches, we believe that snacks consumed at school also impact good nutrition and the development of lifelong healthy eating habits. As a result, we have been collaborating on exciting changes to the Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year.

In addition to our commitment to snacks that are nut-free, we have adjusted our snack list to better align with the USDA Smart Snack Standards. Click here to find the list of food and beverages that may be shared in the classroom along with frequently asked questions and answers.  This list will be enforced at all elementary schools starting next fall.  Thank you for joining us in making our schools the healthiest they can be so students can do their best work.  Please contact the district or your school nurse if you have questions or feedback.

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

Community Opportunities

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 24th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code HOP064.

PTA Meeting, Thursday, May 17th: Please join us at the final PTA meeting of this school year.  We will meet on Thursday, May 17th, at 6:30 pm in the library.  We will approve next year’s PTA Board, budget, and Mrs. Zupancic will share information about the new safe snack list.  Hope you can make it!

Hopewell Flag Ceremony: On Friday, May 18th at 10:30 a.m. on the front lawn, Hopewell will celebrate the American Flag and our active and retired service members. This tradition of reflection and honor is in partnership with the American Legion, Le Claire. Hopewell families are invited to join for this celebration. Service members, active and retired, are invited to attend. If you are a current or previous service member and you are planning to attend, please call 563.332.0250 to RSVP.

Free Skating Party: On Thursday, May 31st, 6-8 pm, Hopewell has earned a free skating party. This party was earned because Hopewell averaged over 100 paid skaters per party at the 3 scheduled skate parties this school year.  Skating is free, skate rental is $1.50.  Come out and celebrate an awesome school year with your friends!

Lost And Found: “Where is my hooded sweatshirt?”  “I can’t find my other glove!”  If this sounds familiar, please come and check out Hopewell’s lost and found table.  Lost and found items will be available for pick-up through Friday, May 18th (Flag Ceremony Day).  Unclaimed items will be donated.

Request for Hopewell Harvest Silent Auction Items: No, it’s not fall yet, but plans are already underway for Hopewell Harvest 2018!  The PTA Silent Auction committee is hard at work coming up with basket ideas and seeking out donations from the local community. If you are interested in joining the committee or have an item you would like to donate to next fall’s Harvest, please contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com. The committee will turn anything you donate into a fabulous basket. Items desired include:

  • Monetary donations
  • Gift cards to local businesses
  • Tickets to local events
  • Items to go into the baskets such as toys, games, etc.
  • Empty baskets or containers that can be used for assembling baskets

Hopewell Harvest is our school’s largest fundraiser of the year and the Silent Auction is an important part of the event. This year, Harvest brought in over $26,000 for programs such as the Visiting Artist/Visiting Author, the Variety Show and the Family Fun Nights. The money was also used to fill teacher grant requests for items such as ukuleles and beat blocks for the music room, class books for 3rd and 6th grades, and craft supplies for Kindergarten.

It’s important we have your support in order to make this event a success. Please Contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com by May 11th with your donation intents. Remember, there is no Walk-a-Thon this year, so a silent auction donation is a great way to support the Hopewell PTA this spring!

PTA Committee Chair Openings 2018-19: The following committee chair positions are open for the 2018-19 school year.  If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact your current PTA President, Sara Sierk (sarasierk@hotmail.com) or your incoming PTA President, Allison McCauley (crabbyinc@gmail.com).  If no one fills these positions we will not be able to provide Hopewell with some wonderful opportunities.  Please consider sharing your time! Thank you!

*   Communications Co-Chair
*   School Grounds Chair
*   VIP/Grandparents’ Day Co-C

Spartan Safe Snack List Update: The Pleasant Valley School Community makes student health and wellness a top priority! In addition to maintaining high standards for providing safe and healthy lunches, we believe that snacks consumed at school also impact good nutrition and the development of lifelong healthy eating habits. As a result, we have been collaborating on exciting changes to the Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year.

In addition to our commitment to snacks that are nut-free, we have adjusted our snack list to better align with the USDA Smart Snack Standards. Click here to find the list of food and beverages that may be shared in the classroom along with frequently asked questions and answers.  This list will be enforced at all elementary schools starting next fall.  Thank you for joining us in making our schools the healthiest they can be so students can do their best work.  Please contact the district or your school nurse if you have questions or feedback.

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

Community Opportunities

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 15th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code PLE029.  If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Langan, jlangan14@mchsi.com.

PTA Meeting and Minutes: The next PTA meeting is on Monday, May 14th at 6:30pm in the library.  The meeting will consist of a vote/approval of the committee chairs and board members for next school.  The minutes from the April meeting may be viewed on the PTA website.

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy and it’s so easy to forget!  Order deadline is Friday, June 15th.  Go to http://www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks and enter code PLE029.  If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Langan, jlangan14@mchsi.com.

Pleasant View Walk-a-thon – Return donation envelopes:  Today is the WALK-A-THON!  All students will be walking 30 minutes around the outdoor paved track to celebrate their commitment to wellness and to help raise funds to purchase 40 Chromebooks and two charging carts.  The goal is to raise $11,000! If you haven’t returned your donation envelope, it’s not too late. Please return it on Monday!  Questions? Please contact Laura Kies (lauralkies@gmail.com) or Megan Barone (meganbarone@gmail.com).

6th Grade Parents: The 6th grade party is scheduled for Friday, May 18th from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m at Pleasant Valley High School. All students must return a completed permission slip in order to attend. Parents must also RSVP for their student and assign pickup instructions for that evening. Click here to visit our website to find links for volunteer opportunities and to RSVP.  For any questions, please contact Kristi DeCoster at kristidecoster@gmail.com or Michelle Huber at michelle.huber@mastercard.com

Spartan Safe Snack List UpdateThe Pleasant Valley School Community makes student health and wellness a top priority! In addition to maintaining high standards for providing safe and healthy lunches, we believe that snacks consumed at school also impact good nutrition and the development of lifelong healthy eating habits. As a result, we have been collaborating on exciting changes to the Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year.

In addition to our commitment to snacks that are nut-free, we have adjusted our snack list to better align with the USDA Smart Snack Standards. Click here to find the list of food and beverages that may be shared in the classroom along with frequently asked questions and answers.  This list will be enforced at all elementary schools starting next fall.  Thank you for joining us in making our schools the healthiest they can be so students can do their best work.  Please contact the district or your school nurse if you have questions or feedback.

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

Community Opportunities

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Fun Fair Help Needed:  The Riverdale Heights Fun Fair is scheduled for next Friday, May 18th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and parent volunteers are needed!  PTA is providing the games and will have everything needed for the game – parents will help with running the games in 30 minute time slots.  There is also help needed with set up and tear down from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.  If there aren’t enough volunteers, the Fun Fair will need to be canceled.  If you are willing to help (either run a game in a 30 minute time slot or willing to help set up or take down) click here to sign up.  This popular, end-of-the-year celebration can’t go on without your help, so please donate your time!

Riverdale Heights Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week Sneak Peak: The Riverdale Heights PTA welcomes students to participate in activities to help appreciate all the staff and teachers that make Riverdale so great!  Check out a preview of the fun days ahead:

  • Monday, May 21: Under Construction… Check back next week!
  • Tuesday, May 22: “Handmade Card, Note, Letter, & Picture Party Day” Students and parents may bring in today (or anytime this week) handmade cards, notes, letters, or pictures that express appreciation for his/her teachers and school staff members.
  • Wednesday, May 23: “Dress to Express (your teacher’s likes) Day”  For example, pretend your teacher loves the beach, the color orange, the Hawkeyes, emojis, dogs, Elvis, “Magic School Bus,” and soccer.  Pick one, and dress accordingly!  The goal is not to buy anything new, just wear what you have around (T-shirt, costume, wig, hat, uniform, etc.) or make if you want (stickers, an old T-shirt and markers, etc.).  Keep it simple or get creative… either way have fun, and give your teacher a smile!
  • Thursday, May 24: “Flowers and Sweets Day” PTA is bringing the flowers, the students may bring a small sweet (a safe, peanut-free and nut-free miniature or individually wrapped sweet, etc.) for his/her teacher(s) and any school staff members.
  • Friday, May 25: “Riverdale Heights Spontaneous Song Dance Party Day”  Represent your pride in our teachers and staff by dressing in blue and gray, and celebrate them and the school year at some spontaneous moment in the day with a dance song!  Be sure to bring your favorite or signature move (and what it’s called) and share with the class.

Spartan Safe Snack List Update: The Pleasant Valley School Community makes student health and wellness a top priority! In addition to maintaining high standards for providing safe and healthy lunches, we believe that snacks consumed at school also impact good nutrition and the development of lifelong healthy eating habits. As a result, we have been collaborating on exciting changes to the Spartan Safe Snack List for the 2018-19 school year.

In addition to our commitment to snacks that are nut-free, we have adjusted our snack list to better align with the USDA Smart Snack Standards. Click here to find the list of food and beverages that may be shared in the classroom along with frequently asked questions and answers.  This list will be enforced at all elementary schools starting next fall.  Thank you for joining us in making our schools the healthiest they can be so students can do their best work.  Please contact the district or your school nurse if you have questions or feedback.

Upcoming Events

5/11       Biz Town for 4th grade

5/11       River Bandits game for Reading program

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

Community Opportunities

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Sports Equipment Donation Collection:  Please help disadvantaged kids in the QC community and donate any new or gently used sports equipment to PVJH today! Many local kids have the desire to play sports, but aren’t able to play because they can’t afford the required gear.  All donations will benefit local kids.  Donation box located in the PVJH Main Office.  Questions? Contact Alana at 309-737-8572.

8th Grade Social Volunteers Needed: The PVJH PTA is providing an 8th Grade Social on Friday, May 18th from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.  The social will be held at Pleasant Valley Junior High School. There will be music, a photo area, snacks, beverages, open gym, and FUN!  To provide this for the 8th Graders the PTA is looking for parent volunteers.  There will be two shifts from 6:45 -7:45 p.m. and 7:45 – 8:40 p.m.  If you are able to stay for the entire Social that is also appreciated!  This event is for 8th Grade only and there is no admission charge.  Volunteers will be helping with the snacks and beverages, and monitoring the hall or gym.  Click here to sign up and volunteer your time!

8th Grade Social Concessions Needed: Along with parent volunteers for the 8th grade social, the PTA is looking for help gathering concessions.  The social is free for the 8th graders, and the PTA also provides free concessions.  Please click here to choose and item to donate and bring your donation to the JH office!

Library book returns and fines: As we near the end of the school year it is important to make sure all library books are returned and student’s fines are paid.  All books are due on Friday, May 25th. Books not returned by the end of the year will be marked lost. The replacement cost and a $5.00 non-refundable processing fine will also be assessed.   Please make sure all student fines are paid by the end of the school year.  A computer generated email is sent out every Monday morning with the Subject Line of ‘Overdue Notice or Fine Notice’.  Overdue notice means the book needs to be returned or a fine may be incurred. The Fine Notice means the student has a fine, but the book has been returned. The last week of school these emails will be sent out every morning. Additionally, you have the option of  having your child check their library account to determine what is overdue and/or fine amounts on the card catalog, Destiny (click here to access site.) The username is: student ID#; password is: last name.  Thank you for another great school year!

Yearbook Handout: Yearbooks will be handed out the last day of school.  If your child will not be here on the last day of school, he/she may pick up their yearbook in the main office until June 16.  Yearbooks will not be handed out early.

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

PVHS Boys Soccer Future Spartans ID Camp: If your soon to be 7th or 8th grade boy is interested in getting noticed by the PVHS Boys Soccer team, now is their chance!  Click here for full details on the Future Spartans ID Camp happening this summer!

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Parking Pass Registration:  The $15 Parking Pass fee for 10th, 11th and 12th graders has been approved and now available for online registration.  Payments may be made online or in the main office at the High School.

PVHS Murder Mystery Show: WIN prizes, EAT dessert, and SOLVE a murder!  Dress like you are on “The Price is Right” or “Let’s Make a Deal” and come to “Win, Lose, or DIE!” the audience-participation-murder mystery-comedy with clue hunt and dessert tomorrow (Saturday) @7pm in the Black Box!

Social Science Lunch and Learn:  Students interested in Social Sciences should consider attending the Social Science Lunch & Learn on May 16th, 11:30-1:05 in the large theatre. Psychologists, Social Workers and Counselors will be presenting information about the industry.

Cody Elementary Alum Graduation Recognition: Attention PV Seniors that attended Cody Elementary School!  You are invited to partake in the “Graduate Reception and Honor Walk” on Thursday, May 24th at 8:00 a.m. starting in the Cody Library. Seniors are encouraged to wear their caps and gowns and share your favorite Cody memory and plans for after graduation. Please RSVP to Mrs. Kipper by May 21st at: kipperjennifer@pleasval.k12.ia.us or by calling the school at: 563-332-0210.

Riverdale Heights Alum Graduation Recognition: If you attended Riverdale Heights, are invited to the Riverdale Heights Graduation Reception on Thursday, May 24thClick here for the official invitation with full details.  Seniors are encouraged to wear their caps and gowns to this reception.  RSVP by Friday, May 18th to Mrs. Umland at umlandj@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

All Girl AT&T Hello Sunshine Filmmaker Lab:  Calling all young women interested in filmmaking!  Fresh Films is partnering with AT&T and Hello Sunshine (Reese Witherspoons’s media company) to provide an opportunity for young women to immerse themselves in a professional film production and learn from industry experts.  This is a free opportunity with travel & lodging provided for the young women and a chaperone who lives outside of California. Click here for more info or to register.

Upcoming Events

5/ 14      PTA Meeting @ 5:30 p.m.

5/14       Choral Awards/Cncrt @ 6:00 p.m.

5/15       Orchestra Booster Meeting @ 7:00 p.m.

5/15       Drama Awards @ 7:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Volleyball Summer Opportunities: Pleasant Valley Volleyball has some great summer opportunities for players! The opportunities are for the grade your child will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018. If you have any questions please email Amber Hall – hallamber@pleasval.k12.ia.us

Boys Soccer Summer Camp: Join the PV Boys Soccer Camp this summer to get ready for the next season!  Click here for more information and registration details!

#SpartanNation May 4, 2018

Posted May 4th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s April 20th issue of The Pulse here.

Upcoming Events

4/7         4th grade BizTown

4/8         PTA Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.

4/10       Prek-last day

4/11       6th grade will visit the JH

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 1st – 3rd Grade Track Camp: Click here to get details and registration info for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 1st through 3rd grade!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

Community Opportunities

Piranhas Swim Club Swim Lessons:  Get your student swimming with lessons with the Piranhas Swim Club!  The non-profit swimming program hosts lessons at PVHS, Augustana, and The Life Fitness Center.  Email Lily Williams at lilytw1@gmail.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

Buy One Get One Book Fair: It’s time for the Cody BOGO book fair, where EVERYTHING is Buy One Get One Free (second item of equal or lesser value)!  The book fair will be open during Morning with Moms on May 11 (7:00 – 9:00 a.m.) and then during Walkathon from 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  The fair will be staying open for one hour AFTER school ends, giving you and your child the opportunity to come shop after walkathon.  Come to the conference room across from the cafeteria kitchen to visit the fair.  This is a great time to stock up your home library for summer reading!

Book Fair Volunteers:  The book fair is in need of volunteers!  If you have an hour that you can help on Friday (or Monday if raindate), click here to go to the sign up genius page or please contact Michelle Mahrt at hensingm@yahoo.com Thank you and see you at the fair!

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 1st – 3rd Grade Track Camp: Click here to get details and registration info for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 1st through 3rd grade!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

Community Opportunities

Piranhas Swim Club Swim Lessons:  Get your student swimming with lessons with the Piranhas Swim Club!  The non-profit swimming program hosts lessons at PVHS, Augustana, and The Life Fitness Center.  Email Lily Williams at lilytw1@gmail.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Hopewell

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

Safe Routes to School Week:  Next week, May 7th-11th, Hopewell will be celebrating “Safe Routes to School Week”!  The goal of the week is to encourage students to walk/ride their bikes or scooters (with a helmet) to school or to walk to their bus stop.  Students who participate by walking/biking to school will be entered in a drawing each day to win a free bike helmet!  One student in each grade will win a helmet.  Students will also have an assembly with Sargent Nelson from the Bettendorf Police Department to discuss bike safety on Friday, May 11th.  Thank you for helping promote exercise and safe routes to school!

Yearbook Orders:  Hopewell is now taking additional orders for the 2017-18 Hopewell yearbook. The cost is $16.00.  Please make the check payable to “PVCSD” with a note attached stating: “Yearbook” and which student and classroom the yearbook should be delivered to when it arrives (“Joe Smith 5G”). Your yearbook order will not be placed until payment is received.

  • To see if you have ordered a 2017-18 Hopewell yearbook, please check your Parent Portal at pleasval.org/parent-homepage/.  Click on “Select a Student” and select your Hopewell student. Click on the “Fees” tab on the left and look for a fee labeled Yearbook-HW 2017-18. If this fee is not there, you have not ordered a yearbook. If you have multiple students at Hopewell please check all your students, as the fee may have been applied to just one of your students.

Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7-11: A reminder that Teacher Appreciation Week is coming up the week of May 7th. The theme this year is “You Lift us UP.” On the morning of Tuesday, May 8th, each student is asked to bring a flower to school for their teacher. The flower can be from their yard or store bought. A room parent will be outside of each teacher’s classroom at 8:10/8:15am with a vase to collect the flowers.  The bouquet will be presented to the teacher that morning.  Thanks!

Hopewell Flag Ceremony: On Friday, May 18th at 10:30 a.m. on the front lawn, Hopewell will celebrate the American Flag and our active and retired service members. This tradition of reflection and honor is in partnership with the American Legion, Le Claire. Hopewell families are invited to join for this celebration. Service members, active and retired, are invited to attend. If you are a current or previous service member and you are planning to attend, please call 563.332.0250 to RSVP.

Free Skating Party: On Thursday, May 31st, 6-8 pm, Hopewell has earned a free skating party. This party was earned because Hopewell averaged over 100 paid skaters per party at the 3 scheduled skate parties this school year.  Skating is free, skate rental is $1.50.  Come out and celebrate an awesome school year with your friends!


Request for Hopewell Harvest Silent Auction Items: No, it’s not fall yet, but plans are already underway for Hopewell Harvest 2018!  The PTA Silent Auction committee is hard at work coming up with basket ideas and seeking out donations from the local community. If you are interested in joining the committee or have an item you would like to donate to next fall’s Harvest, please contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com. The committee will turn anything you donate into a fabulous basket. Items desired include:

  • Monetary donations
  • Gift cards to local businesses
  • Tickets to local events
  • Items to go into the baskets such as toys, games, etc.
  • Empty baskets or containers that can be used for assembling baskets

Hopewell Harvest is our school’s largest fundraiser of the year and the Silent Auction is an important part of the event. This year, Harvest brought in over $26,000 for programs such as the Visiting Artist/Visiting Author, the Variety Show and the Family Fun Nights. The money was also used to fill teacher grant requests for items such as ukuleles and beat blocks for the music room, class books for 3rd and 6th grades, and craft supplies for Kindergarten.

It’s important we have your support in order to make this event a success. Please Contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com by May 11th with your donation intents. Remember, there is no Walk-a-Thon this year, so a silent auction donation is a great way to support the Hopewell PTA this spring!

Lost And Found: “Where is my hooded sweatshirt?”  “I can’t find my other glove!”  If this sounds familiar, please come and check out Hopewell’s lost and found table.  Lost and found items will be available for pick-up through Friday, May 18th (Flag Ceremony Day).  Unclaimed items will be donated.

6th Grade FLL Coach: Hopewell is looking for a coach for our 6th grade FLL team! Participating in FLL is an amazing experience for both the kids and the adults involved. No technical background needed, the team members are the ones who do the work. You only need to ask the questions and watch them… GO!  Learn more at firstinspires.org! The season runs from August to December. If you have any questions, PLEASE call Jill Gneiting at 563-542-1553 or email her at jill.gneiting@gmail.com.

PTA Committee Chair Openings 2018-19: The following committee chair positions are open for the 2018-19 school year.  If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact your current PTA President, Sara Sierk (sarasierk@hotmail.com) or your incoming PTA President, Allison McCauley (crabbyinc@gmail.com).  If no one fills these positions we will not be able to provide Hopewell with some wonderful opportunities.  Please consider sharing your time! Thank you!

*   Communications Co-Chair
*   Room Parent Chair
*   School Grounds Chair
*   After School Programs Chair
*   VIP/Grandparents’ Day Co-C

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 1st – 3rd Grade Track Camp: Click here to get details and registration info for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 1st through 3rd grade!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

Community Opportunities

Piranhas Swim Club Swim Lessons:  Get your student swimming with lessons with the Piranhas Swim Club!  The non-profit swimming program hosts lessons at PVHS, Augustana, and The Life Fitness Center.  Email Lily Williams at lilytw1@gmail.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

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Pleasant View

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

Birdies for Charity Fundraiser Info: Pleasant View students will be bringing home a pledge card for the John Deere classic Birdies for Charity Fundraiser.  Please consider making a donation, as the contributions are completely tax deductible, Pleasant View receives 100% of the donation, and you could win great prizes!  Contact Stacey Blomme with questions at swblomme@gmail.com.

Teacher Appreciation Week – May 7-11.  The school tradition is for students to bring a single flower to school on Thursday, May 10th for their teacher.  Flowers are collected and arranged into one bouquet per teacher.  Also the PTA is organizing special treats throughout the week.  A catered lunch, from Moe’s, will be provided on Wednesday.  If you would like to contribute on the other days please sign up below.  Thanks!

Pleasant View Walk-a-thon, Friday, May 11: Walkathon information was sent home this week, along with a family donation envelope. Please return envelopes with or without a donation. This year Pleasant View students walking to help raise funds to purchase 40 Chromebooks and two charging carts. WE NEED YOUR HELP!  To donate snacks and water, or to volunteer, please visit this link. Questions? Please contact Laura Kies (lauralkies@gmail.com) or Megan Barone (meganbarone@gmail.com).

If you’d like to come watch and encourage the walkers, the Walk-a-thon schedule for Friday, May 11 is as follows:

  • 4thGrade             8:45 – 9:15
  • 6thGrade             9:25 – 9:55
  • 2ndGrade            10:05 – 10:35
  • 3rdGrade             10:45 -11:15
  • 5thGrade             11:25 – 11:55
  • Kindergarten        1:00 – 1:30
  • 1st Grade             1:40 – 2:10

School Supply Order:  Order your school supplies for the 2018-19 school year NOW!  The summer gets busy, so now is the time!  Order deadline is Friday, June 15th.  Click here and enter code PLE029.  If you have any questions, please contact Jenny Langan, jlangan14@mchsi.com.

Pleasant View Meeting and Minutes:  The PTA will vote/approve the committee chairs and board members for next school year at the PTA meeting on May 14th at 6:30pm.  The minutes from the April meeting may be viewed on the PTA website.

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 1st – 3rd Grade Track Camp: Click here to get details and registration info for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 1st through 3rd grade!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

Community Opportunities

Piranhas Swim Club Swim Lessons:  Get your student swimming with lessons with the Piranhas Swim Club!  The non-profit swimming program hosts lessons at PVHS, Augustana, and The Life Fitness Center.  Email Lily Williams at lilytw1@gmail.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

School Supply Box Ordering: School Supply Box ordering for the 2018-19 school year is now open!  Click here and enter code RIV052 to order.  Supplies will be delivered before school starts in August.  Look for them at Meet and Greet Night.  This is not a fundraiser, but a service provided by the Riverdale Heights PTA.

Riverdale Heights Spring Spirit Wear Sale:  The Spring Spirit Wear Sale is almost over! Today is the last day to purchase your spring spirit wear. Please click here to stock up!

Fun Fair: The Riverdale Heights Fun Fair is right around the corner!  Mark your calendars for Friday, May 18th, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.  This is a fun, end of the year celebration presented by the PTA. There will be games, food available for purchase from HyVee, and a bouncy house. Admission is $5.00 per child, parents get in free. Volunteers are needed in 30 minute shifts. Please contact Kelli at kelli.hehlke@gmail.com

May Teacher and Staff Appreciation: Riverdale Heights families will be invited to help honor Riverdale Heights teachers and staff with a week full of activities, May 21-25. Watch for more details next week!

Upcoming Events

4/11       Biz Town for 4th Grade

4/11       River Bandits Game for Reading

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 1st – 3rd Grade Track Camp: Click here to get details and registration info for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 1st through 3rd grade!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

Community Opportunities

Piranhas Swim Club Swim Lessons:  Get your student swimming with lessons with the Piranhas Swim Club!  The non-profit swimming program hosts lessons at PVHS, Augustana, and The Life Fitness Center.  Email Lily Williams at lilytw1@gmail.com for more information.

LeClaire Public Library ActivitiesClick here to check out the weekly happenings at the LeClaire Public Library!

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

Activity Bus Schedule: As clubs and sports are wrapping up for the year we will only be running activity busses on certain days. The Activity bus will run the following dates: May 8, 9, 10, 16, 17, 21, 23.

PVJH BOGO Book Fair:  The Buy-One-Get-One Scholastic Book Fair is back for its second year!  Everything at the sale is BOGO, including April Henry, the PVJH visiting author’s, books! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy books at a great price and read over the summer.  The fair will run from Thursday, May 3- Tuesday, May 8th.  Cash, checks made out to PVJH, or credit cards accepted.

PVJH Staff Appreciation Sign Ups:  It’s May, that means the PVJH PTA will be appreciating the PVJH staff 3 times this month. There are still openings in two of the sign ups, so if you can help, please sign up!

Final PVJH PTA Meeting: The PVJH PTA would like to invite incoming 6th grade parents to join the final PTA meeting of the year.  The meeting will be moved to the evening to allow for more attendance.  The PTA would like to use this time as an opportunity to do a question answer session for the parents.  Please join on Wednesday, May 9th in the PVJH Cafeteria from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.  There will be snacks and drinks provided!

8th Grade Social: Calling all 8th Graders!  Save the date for the 8th Grade Social on Friday, May 18th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.!  See you there!

Library book returns and fines: As we near the end of the school year it is important to make sure all library books are returned and student’s fines are paid.  All books are due on Friday, May 25th. Books not returned by the end of the year will be marked lost. The replacement cost and a $5.00 non-refundable processing fine will also be assessed.   Please make sure all student fines are paid by the end of the school year.  A computer generated email is sent out every Monday morning with the Subject Line of ‘Overdue Notice or Fine Notice’.  Overdue notice means the book needs to be returned or a fine may be incurred. The Fine Notice means the student has a fine, but the book has been returned. The last week of school these emails will be sent out every morning. Additionally, you have the option of  having your child check their library account to determine what is overdue and/or fine amounts on the card catalog, Destiny (click here to access site.) The username is: student ID#; password is: last name.  Thank you for another great school year!

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

PV 4th-8th Grade Track Camp: Click here to access full details and registration information for the PV Summer Track Camp for boys and girls going into 4th through 8th grade!

 

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

School Board Recognition Month:  The month of May is School Board Recognition Month! PVCSD wants to take this opportunity to recognize and appreciate all the PV School Board does for the district and to thank them for all their hard work!

Right After Prom Volunteers Needed: Tomorrow (05/05/18) is Right After Prom and more volunteers are NEEDED to help make this a fun and safe night for PVHS kids!  Please click here and sign up to help.  This event can’t happen without volunteers!  There are currently A LOT of openings remaining for volunteers!! Thank you!

PVHS Softball Tryouts: The PVHS Spartan Softball program will be having tryouts for the high school team May 7th, 8th, 9th at PVHS Softball complex. Grades: 8th/9th/10th will tryout from 4:30-6:00 p.m. and Grades: 11th/12th will tryout from 6:00-7:30 p.m. In case of inclement weather, tryouts will be held at PVJH.

Agriculture Lunch and Learn:  Attend the Agriculture Lunch and Learn on May 9th from 11:30-1:05 in the theatre!  This L& L will include information about farming, business, vet/vet tech, and manufacturing.  Have your student sign up in the Career Center.

Social Science Lunch and Learn: Join in the Social Science Lunch and Learn on May 16th in the theatre.  This L&L will highlight careers like social work, work with youth, and counselor work.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Fermilab Tour: Calling all juniors or seniors interested in physics or engineering!  Attend the Fermilab tour in Batavia, IL on May 18th from 7:40 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.  See Mrs. Johnson by Monday for details!

Riverdale Heights Alum Graduation Recognition: If you attended Riverdale Heights, are invited to the Riverdale Heights Graduation Reception on Thursday, May 24thClick here for the official invitation with full details.  RSVP by Friday, May 18th to Mrs. Umland at umlandj@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

Student Yearbook Orders: Order your student a yearbook today! There are only three weeks remaining to order a yearbook of this 2017-2018 school year. PVHS students won’t want to miss out on this beautiful, hardbound book filled with 180 pages of memories in full color. Books MUST be preordered. To place your order, send a check for $70 to the PVHS main office. Not sure if you’ve already ordered? Log into the parent portal, then click on “fees” to search for a $70 fee from earlier in the year, or call the high school at 563.332.5151 for verification.

Upcoming Events

5/7         Band Awards @ 7:00 p.m.

5/8        JH/HS Orchestra Concert @ 6:30 p.m.

5/9         Senior Scholarship Night (invitation only) @ 7:00 p.m.

5/12       Spartan Sleuths @ 6:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Softball Web Store:  The Pleasant Valley Softball Web store will be open starting Monday, May 7th and will close on Midnight on Monday, May 14th. Please order early and often – the link will go live on May 7thTo access the store, click here!

#SpartanNation April 27, 2018

Posted April 26th, 2018

Bridgeview

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

The Pulse: Read Bridgeview PTA’s April 20th issue of The Pulse here.

Intro to Microbits Program: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 5th & 6th Grade students called “Intro to Microbits” and there is still time to sign up!  The “Intro to Microbits” course is a continuation of the “Hour of Code” program run by Women in STEM during the fall semester. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. The program will meet at each elementary school on May 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Vandersee (vanderseemegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). To register your student online, please click here by April 29th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. Priority will be given to students who did not participate in April; however, all students are welcome and, if there are slots open, advanced activities will be available for students who already attended in April.

Upcoming Events

4/30       Sixth Grade Choir and Orchestra concert @ JH

5/1         5th Grade band display night @ HS

5/4         Summer School forms due

5/4         Grandparent’s/VIP day with Scholastic book fair-buy one get one free @ 1:00 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Is your soon to be 7th grader interested in golfing? Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

Young Artists at the Figge Day: Head over to the Figge on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the FREE Young Artists at the Figge Day!  Click here for full details!

Hawk-I Program Information: The Scott County Health Department offers the opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage for children!  Click here to learn all about hawk-i to see if you are interested in their services.

 

 

 

Cody

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Intro to Microbits Program: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 5th & 6th Grade students called “Intro to Microbits” and there is still time to sign up!  The “Intro to Microbits” course is a continuation of the “Hour of Code” program run by Women in STEM during the fall semester. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. The program will meet at each elementary school on May 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Vandersee (vanderseemegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). To register your student online, please click here by April 29th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. Priority will be given to students who did not participate in April; however, all students are welcome and, if there are slots open, advanced activities will be available for students who already attended in April.

First Annual 6th Grade Send-Off Family Picnic: Attention All 6th Grade Families!  You are invited to the First Annual 6th Grade Send-Off Family Picnic Luau. It will take place on Thursday, May 3 at the Whispering Pines Shelter in Scott County Park from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. This will be a “potluck” style picnic and a signup genius has been designed to make the process easier.  Click here to sign up for a food.  The theme for this event is Tropical Hawaiian with a special photobooth, games, and music. Feel free to dress in the theme or wear your special 6th grade shirts.  PLEASE RSVP NO LATER THAN MAY 1st to Misty Miller at monkeyb2@hotmail.com

Cody Walk-a-Thon Packets: Walk-a-thon packets went home yesterday. Please have your child begin collecting immediately as there are only TWO WEEKS until the big day! There are prizes for individual earners, class earners, and overall top earner. As a reminder, walk-a-thon is Friday, May 11 at 1:30 p.m. Parents are welcome to attend and cheer the students on.

Mornings with Mom: The Cody Morning with Mom is Friday, May 11. The PTA provides donuts and drinks beginning at 7:45 a.m.

New Cody PTA Board: The new PTA Board for the 2018-19 school year was voted on and approved earlier this month. These officers will begin their roles July 1, 2018. There are still many open spots on committees. Please reach out if you’d like to get involved.

Congratulations to:

  • Allison Berg: Incoming President
  • Misty Miller: Incoming Vice-President
  • Lia O’Malley: Secretary
  • Sandy VanNieuwenhuyzen: Incoming Treasurer

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Is your soon to be 7th grader interested in golfing? Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

Young Artists at the Figge Day: Head over to the Figge on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the FREE Young Artists at the Figge Day!  Click here for full details!

Hawk-I Program Information: The Scott County Health Department offers the opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage for children!  Click here to learn all about hawk-i to see if you are interested in their services.

 

Hopewell

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Intro to Microbits Program: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 5th & 6th Grade students called “Intro to Microbits” and there is still time to sign up!  The “Intro to Microbits” course is a continuation of the “Hour of Code” program run by Women in STEM during the fall semester. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. The program will meet at each elementary school on May 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Vandersee (vanderseemegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). To register your student online, please click here by April 29th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. Priority will be given to students who did not participate in April; however, all students are welcome and, if there are slots open, advanced activities will be available for students who already attended in April.

Coffee with the Principal: Please join Mr. Welch and other Hopewell parents for Dunn Brothers coffee, casual conversations, and questions on Friday, May 4th, 8:30-9:00 a.m. in the cafeteria. Hope you can make it!

Yearbook Orders:  Hopewell is now taking additional orders for the 2017-18 Hopewell yearbook. The cost is $16.00.  Please make the check payable to “PVCSD” with a note attached stating: “Yearbook” and which student and classroom the yearbook should be delivered to when it arrives (“Joe Smith 5G”). Your yearbook order will not be placed until payment is received.

  • To see if you have ordered a 2017-18 Hopewell yearbook, please check your Parent Portal at pleasval.org/parent-homepage/.  Click on “Select a Student” and select your Hopewell student. Click on the “Fees” tab on the left and look for a fee labeled Yearbook-HW 2017-18. If this fee is not there, you have not ordered a yearbook. If you have multiple students at Hopewell please check all your students, as the fee may have been applied to just one of your students.

Request for Hopewell Harvest Silent Auction Items: No, it’s not fall yet, but plans are already underway for Hopewell Harvest 2018!  The PTA Silent Auction committee is hard at work coming up with basket ideas and seeking out donations from the local community. If you are interested in joining the committee or have an item you would like to donate to next fall’s Harvest, please contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com. The committee will turn anything you donate into a fabulous basket. Items desired include:

  • Monetary donations
  • Gift cards to local businesses
  • Tickets to local events
  • Items to go into the baskets such as toys, games, etc.
  • Empty baskets or containers that can be used for assembling baskets

Hopewell Harvest is our school’s largest fundraiser of the year and the Silent Auction is an important part of the event. This year, Harvest brought in over $26,000 for programs such as the Visiting Artist/Visiting Author, the Variety Show and the Family Fun Nights. The money was also used to fill teacher grant requests for items such as ukuleles and beat blocks for the music room, class books for 3rd and 6th grades, and craft supplies for Kindergarten.

It’s important we have your support in order to make this event a success. Please Contact Marie Feehan at feehanmarie@gmail.com by May 11th with your donation intents. Remember, there is no Walk-a-Thon this year, so a silent auction donation is a great way to support the Hopewell PTA this spring!

Lost And Found: “Where is my hooded sweatshirt?”  “I can’t find my other glove!”  If this sounds familiar, please come and check out Hopewell’s lost and found table.  Lost and found items will be available for pick-up through Friday, May 18th (Flag Ceremony Day).  Unclaimed items will be donated.

6th Grade FLL Coach: Hopewell is looking for a coach for our 6th grade FLL team! Participating in FLL is an amazing experience for both the kids and the adults involved. No technical background needed, the team members are the ones who do the work. You only need to ask the questions and watch them… GO!  Learn more at firstinspires.org! The season runs from August to December. If you have any questions, PLEASE call Jill Gneiting at 563-542-1553 or email her at jill.gneiting@gmail.com.

PTA Committee Chair Openings 2018-19: The following committee chair positions are open for the 2018-19 school year.  If you are interested in any of these positions, please contact Sara Sierk (sarasierk@hotmail.com).  If no one fills these positions we will not be able to provide Hopewell with some wonderful opportunities.  Please consider sharing your time! Thank you!

  • Communications Co-Chair
  • Room Parent Chair
  • School Grounds Chair
  • After School Programs Chair
  • VIP/Grandparents’ Day Co-Chair

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Is your soon to be 7th grader interested in golfing? Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

Young Artists at the Figge Day: Head over to the Figge on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the FREE Young Artists at the Figge Day!  Click here for full details!

Hawk-I Program Information: The Scott County Health Department offers the opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage for children!  Click here to learn all about hawk-i to see if you are interested in their services.

 

 

 

Pleasant View

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Intro to Microbits Program: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 5th & 6th Grade students called “Intro to Microbits” and there is still time to sign up!  The “Intro to Microbits” course is a continuation of the “Hour of Code” program run by Women in STEM during the fall semester. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. The program will meet at each elementary school on May 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Vandersee (vanderseemegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). To register your student online, please click here by April 29th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. Priority will be given to students who did not participate in April; however, all students are welcome and, if there are slots open, advanced activities will be available for students who already attended in April.

Pleasant View PTA Minutes: The minutes from the April PTA meeting may be found on the PTA website for your review.

Pleasant View Walk-a-thon Volunteers Needed: The Pleasant View Walk-a-thon will be Friday, May 11th, 2018.  All students will be walking 30 minutes around the outdoor paved track to celebrate their commitment to wellness and to help raise funds to purchase 40 Chromebooks and two charging carts. The goal this year is to raise $11,000 and your help is needed! Volunteers are needed to make posters, supply bananas, oranges (cuties or halos), and water, and also to hand out bananas/oranges and water the day of the walk-a-thon. To sign up, please visit this link.  Questions? Please contact Laura Kies (lauralkies@gmail.com) or Megan Barone (meganbarone@gmail.com).

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Is your soon to be 7th grader interested in golfing? Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

Young Artists at the Figge Day: Head over to the Figge on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the FREE Young Artists at the Figge Day!  Click here for full details!

Hawk-I Program Information: The Scott County Health Department offers the opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage for children!  Click here to learn all about hawk-i to see if you are interested in their services.

 

 

 

Riverdale Heights

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Riverdale Heights Spring Apparel Sale: The Riverdale Heights Spring Apparel Sale starts TODAY!  Click here to check out the spring line and stock up on your PV gear!  Store will close Friday, May 4th.

Intro to Microbits Program: The PVHS Women in STEM club is proud to provide a free after school opportunity for 5th & 6th Grade students called “Intro to Microbits” and there is still time to sign up!  The “Intro to Microbits” course is a continuation of the “Hour of Code” program run by Women in STEM during the fall semester. This class is geared toward ALL students and every ability level is welcome – no past experience is necessary. The program will meet at each elementary school on May 2nd from 1:30-3:00pm. For more information, please click here or contact Megan Vandersee (vanderseemegan@pleasval.k12.ia.us). To register your student online, please click here by April 29th. The program is limited to 30 students at each elementary school. Priority will be given to students who did not participate in April; however, all students are welcome and, if there are slots open, advanced activities will be available for students who already attended in April.

Upcoming Events

5/11         Biz Town

5/11       River Bandits Game for Reading Program

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Is your soon to be 7th grader interested in golfing? Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

Young Artists at the Figge Day: Head over to the Figge on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. to enjoy the FREE Young Artists at the Figge Day!  Click here for full details!

Hawk-I Program Information: The Scott County Health Department offers the opportunity to obtain affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage for children!  Click here to learn all about hawk-i to see if you are interested in their services.

 

 

 

PVJH

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Message from JH Counseling Office: Reminder to 8th Grade Parents –  If you have not already done so, please approve your student’s Academic Plan by Monday, April 30th.  A letter and instructions were previously sent.  If you have questions, please call the JH counseling office at 563-332-0202

PVJH Staff Appreciation Sign Ups:  It’s May, that means the PVJH PTA will be appreciating the PVJH staff 3 times this month. If you can help, please click on a date to sign up!

Buy One Get One Scholastic Book Fair: Back for its second year, it’s the Buy-One-Get-One Scholastic Book Fair! Everything at the sale is BOGO, including April Henry’s, the PVJH visiting author, books. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to buy books at a great price and read over the summer!  The fair will run from Thursday, May 3- Tuesday, May 8th.  Cash, checks made out to PVJH, or credit cards accepted.

Washington D.C. Trip Informational Meeting: The informational meeting for those signed up for this June’s Washington D.C. trip will be held on Monday, May 7th at 6:30 p.m. in the junior high library.  The meeting will be used to review the trip itinerary, packing list, and other important materials.  Students and parents are highly encouraged to come, if possible.  Please contact Ms. Larsen at larsensarah@pleasval.k12.ia.us if you are unable to attend or have any questions.

PVHS Softball Tryouts: The PVHS Spartan Softball program will be having tryouts for the high school team May 7th, 8th, 9th at PVHS Softball complex. Grades: 8th/9th/10th will tryout from 4:30-6:00 p.m. and Grades: 11th/12th will tryout from 6:00-7:30 p.m. In case of inclement weather, tryouts will be held at PVJH.

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVJH Golf Camp:  Click here to learn more about the 7th and 8th Grade Boys and Girls Golf Camp being offered by the PVHS head golf coach May 7-10 at Hidden Hills Golf Course!

PVHS Boys Golf Camp: Is your student looking to up their golf game as they go into high school?  The PVHS Boys Golf Camp is being held June 4th – 8th at Hidden Hills Golf Course!  Click here for full details and registration.

Community Opportunities

The Emperor’s New Clothes Davenport Junior Theater Production:  Take some time this weekend or next and see the Davenport Junior Theater Production ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes.’  The show will run on 4/28 and 4/29 at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. and on 5/5 and 5/6 at the same times. Click here for details!

Putnam Oceans Curator Talks: Are your students interested in learning more about the ocean and what happened under the sea?  Then head to the Putnam to hear the Putnam Curator Talks on the ocean, and have the chance to learn about and touch real ocean artifacts!  Click here to learn more.

 

 

 

PVHS

Announcements

Early Dismissal Reminder:  Wednesday, May 2nd is an Early Dismissal for all schools.

Right After Prom Tickets: PVHS PTA – RAP tickets will be on sale starting Monday the 30th.  Tickets will be sold during lunch, and will also be sold on Tuesday and Thursday.

Right After Prom Volunteers Needed: This event can’t happen without volunteers!  There are still A LOT of openings remaining for volunteers!  Please click here to take a look and consider volunteering your time to help! Questions, please call/text Kristin Hornbuckle Wehrman (kristinhwehrman@gmail.com / (563)949-7122).

PVHS Softball Tryouts: The PVHS Spartan Softball program will be having tryouts for the high school team May 7th, 8th, 9th at PVHS Softball complex. Grades: 8th/9th/10th will tryout from 4:30-6:00 p.m. and Grades: 11th/12th will tryout from 6:00-7:30 p.m. In case of inclement weather, tryouts will be held at PVJH.

The Place 2 B Teen Shelter Fundraiser at PV vs. Bett Soccer: Come down to the Bettendorf vs. PV soccer double header at home on Tuesday, May 1st and bring snack and drink donations (like Capri Sun or juice boxes) for The Place 2 B Teen Shelter in Rock Island, IL. Bettendorf High School will also be there collecting, so let’s show them that Spartan Nation can repeat the success from the Fill the Truck event in the fall! Donations can be dropped off Monday or Tuesday at PVHS (to Mrs. Dixon) if you can’t attend the game.

Upcoming Events

4/30       4Q Midterm

4/30       Drama Booster Meeting @ 6:00 p.m.

5/1         5th Grade Band Display from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

5/2         High School Senior Athletic Awards @ 6:00 p.m.

5/4         IHSMA Orchestra Large Group Fest

5/5         State Large Group Music Fest

5/5         PROM/RAP @ 8:30 p.m.

Athletics and Activities

PV Choral Boosters Social: Pleasant Valley Choral Boosters is hosting a social for interested people TONIGHT, Friday April 27th, at 6:30 p.m. at Crust on 53rd in Bettendorf.  If you are interested in participating more fully in Choral Boosters, please attend to find out what opportunities are available!

PVHS Boys Golf Camp: Is your student looking to up their golf game?  The PVHS Boys Golf Camp is being held June 4th – 8th at Hidden Hills Golf Course!  Click here for full details and registration.

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