PVHS #SpartanNation October 22

PVHS #SpartanNation Weekly Announcements

School Board Elections:  On November second, PV residents of Director Districts 1,2 and 7 can vote for school board directors in three districts.  Click here to learn about your voter district and polling places.

PTA Reflections: Entries are due next week!  Before school on October 27 and 28, a Reflections chairperson will be at a PTA table outside the main office to collect all projects Please click this link for information on how to enter, official rules and entry form. Questions? Please email: pvreflectionsprogram@gmail.com.

Student Hunger Drive: Students for Pleasant Valley High School will be Trick-or-Treating Halloween weekend (10/30 &10/31) not for candy but for non-perishable food items as a part of the Student Hunger Drive. If you would like to donate but will not be home or someone does not stop by your house, please contact hartrachel@pleasval.org or millerzach@pleasval.org to make arrangements. Thank you for your support!

Work for PV!  Pleasant Valley is looking for a building mechanic and building maintenance assistant.  All positions are full-time and have an excellent benefit package!  #WeArePV


PV Trap Team:  We will be holding an informational meeting on Wednesday, October 27 at 6:00pm in the PVHS Library for any 7th grade thru 12th grade students interested in joining the team.  Registration and clothing paperwork will be distributed at this meeting.  If there are any questions or you are unable to attend this meeting, please call/text Kris at 563-949-7122. 


RAP: Watch next week’s Enews for an announcement on RAP. Thank you to those who’ve offered to volunteer. A committee will be formally established soon. Individuals will be needed to help fundraise to support the event expenses. Other committees will work on raffle prize solicitations, volunteer coordination, decorating, ticket sales, and more. If you would like to volunteer, contact Christina McNamara-Schmidt at 563.370.8925 or cmcschmidt373@gmail.com


Davenport Junior Theater: Shows are now FREE for all to see! Click here to learn about the current production of Winnie the Pooh.