Pleasant View #SpartanNation April 16

Pleasant View Spartan Nation Graphic

ISASP Testing: The elementary ISASP testing window opens Monday and will close on April 30.  At some point during this time, your student will take this important statewide test.  For specific schedules, please contact your student’s teacher. The assessments are aligned with the Iowa Core Standards and will measure both student proficiency and growth in the areas of Math, Reading, Language/Writing and Science.  ISASP is used for state and federal student accountability purposes and to determine if students will qualify for extended learning opportunities.  Learn more about ISASP here.


Meals Available for At-Home Learners: Meals will be available every Monday from 10:00 am – 11:00 am for 100% online learners.  You’ll pick up all your meals for the entire week.  You must fill out this form every week by Monday at 6:00am to register for the meals.  Meals are currently free because of a government program.



PTA meeting minutes: If you missed the April PTA meeting, you can view the minutes on the PTA website.

School Supply Packs PLV and Forest Grove: Click here to learn how to order school supplies for the 20-21 school year.  If you’re going to Pleasant View, use the code PLE029.  If you’re moving to Forest Grove, use FOR255.



Pleasant Valley Spelling Bee 2021 (Grades 3-6): We are "buzzing" with excitement! This year’s Spelling Bee will be held in connection with the Iowa State Fair Spelling Bee. Please click here for details pertaining to Pleasant View. Students who are interested must return the permission slip to their school library before the due date. This spelling list may be used to help prepare for the spelling bee. There will be a “top speller” in each of the two groups: Grades 3-4 and Grades 5-6.  These two winners will represent Bridgeview  Elementary School at the Iowa State Fair Spelling Bee on Friday, August 13.



Born Learning Academy: Click here to learn about this opportunity for families with children birth-5 years old.  The United Way series of parent workshops helps families with language skills, starting routines, and early learning!