Pleasant View News

We are thrilled to get the 2020-21 schools year underway!  This is your one-stop shop for all things back to school. Enjoy the rest of your summer and we'll see you soo...

Return to Learn

August 6, 2020

If you're in need of meal services this summer, you can still pick up lunches from 11:30-1:00pm Monday through Friday. Please look at the schedule below as locations have ch...

Learning Opportunities

April 2, 2020

Pleasant Valley teachers worked together to provide these learning opportunities for your students! We've provided appropriate and easy resources for your student to explore...

COVID-19 Communications

March 25, 2020

March 25, 2020 Pleasant Valley teachers worked together to provide these learning opportunities for your students! We've provided appropriate and easy resources for your ...

At Pleasant View, 3rd Graders traveled into the safari to learn about Math and Reading.  Miss Kelley and Ms. Wederman's classrooms were transformed with blow-up animals...

Students at Pleasant View challenged their physical fitness at this year's obstacle course.  Wellness staff sets up an amazing course in the gym, including tire pulls, ...

The transition from elementary school to Junior High can be easy if students are prepared.  Principal Mike Peakin gave this presentation to parents and students transitioni...

First graders at Pleasant View celebrated cultures and traditions from around the world, and shared their hard work with the entire school! The project is based on parades, so t...

It’s a record year for PTA Reflections!  On January 16, Pleasant Valley Schools celebrated the 229 entries in this year’s competition.  The contest encoura...

Three PV teams had the honor of participating at the state competition: PVJH’s Fire Breathing Gummy Bears, PVJH’s Robo-sabiens, and Pleasant View’s Diamond Dra...

After spending weeks working hard on their personal narratives, Mrs. Meghan Ruth's 4th grade class at Pleasant View got to share their stories with a live audience of their ...

Students in 6th grade ELP at Pleasant View have been working on a STEM real-world application project for the past two months and upon finishing them up, had the opportunity to ...