Contact Us

Administration Center

525 Belmont Road
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Office: (563) 332-5550
Fax: (563) 332-4372

The Maintenance Center

Office: (563) 332-6895

School Resource Officers
High School:
Deputy Jamey Fah
Phone: (563) 332-5151 ext. 5124

Junior High:
Deputy Peter Bawden
Phone: (563) 332-0200 ext. 2605
District Schools
Bridgeview Elementary:

Main Office: (563) 332-0215
Attendance: (563) 332-0216
Cody Elementary:

Main Office: (563) 332-0210
Attendance: (563) 332-0211
Forest Grove Elementary:

Main Office: (563) 332-0208
Fax: (563) 332-0207
Hopewell Elementary:

Main Office: (563) 332-0250
Attendance: (563) 332-0251
Pleasant View Elementary:

Main Office: (563) 332-5575
Attendance: (563) 332-5576
Pleasant Valley High School:

Main Office: (563) 332-5151
Attendance: (563) 332-6132
Pleasant Valley Junior High:

Main Office: (563) 332-0200
Attendance: (563) 332-0201
Riverdale Heights:

Main Office: (563) 332-0525
Attendance: (563) 332-0616

SCRA Grant Lets PV Elementary Students Track Health

Students Stretching

PV students use pedometers in their physical education classes to measure their fitness!  They help motivate the students because they can see immediate results and set goals. Thanks to an SCRA grant, all elementary students now have access to this wonderful tool. 

The goal of the Physical Education Department across the Pleasant Valley Community School District is to provide opportunities for students to be physically active, educated on the components of fitness, and be able to make healthy lifestyle choices when they leave our schools. Students who are physically active have better health physically, mentally, and socially. One of the core components of getting students active at school and staying active when they transcend into adulthood is motivation. One of the best motivators is intrinsic motivation. Once the students understand how their steps affect their physical health and have a measurable tool that gives them immediate feedback concerning their individual lives, they are motivated to be independent health advocates for themselves.

Check out the video below.  At the beginning, you can see the students pick up the pedometers and then use them while they play

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