Be sure to get your permission slip signed and returned to ASB. You may also invite a friend from Mesa View, Inland Leaders, or CECA but be sure they have a signed permission slip or they will not be allowed in the dance.
The PVMS Music Department is proud to present:
'Sounds of the Season'
A Series of Holiday Events to get you into the Holiday Spirit. What a fantastic way to kick off the Christmas season!
- Winter Band Concert Wednesday, December 18, from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Park View Middle School in the Fine Arts.
- YCJUSD Winter Choir Concert Thursday, December 19, from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. at Mesa View Middle School in the MPR.
at the University of Redlands on Thursday, March 6, 2014.
A ‘penny war’ competition is a fun way to raise money for a worthy cause. Our school is raising money to support Project Eliminate which provides tetanus shots for women and newborns in third world countries to help prevent neonatal tetanus.
There are two jars on the stage at lunch. One for pennies, which add to your lunch’s positive total, and one for silver coins, which subtracts from the other lunch’s total. Be sure to stop by each day and throw in your leftover lunch coins to help your lunch WIN! The war will continue until winter break. The winning lunch will get a special prize!
“I was extremely pleased with ‘The Sound of Music’ performance! The singing, acting, dancing, and narrating went beautifully. Everyone made such a commitment! Thanks so much to Linda Spencer, Steve Stockman, and Laura Fiore for all their help!” - Linda deBaun.
The AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) classes went to the “I’m Going to College” fair and football game at UCLA. The students had a great time seeing the Rose Bowl and watching a fun game of college football. When asked how he enjoyed the outing, Andrew commented, “It was a great bonding experience for our class!” Our seventh grade AVID class is taught by Mrs. Aten and our eight grade AVID class is taught by Coach Robles.
money to our school.
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Shoparoo is collecting receipts from even more of your
favorite stores over the holiday season.
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Thirty two students showed off their talent to a packed house recently. Joey Petaia took home the grand prize of $100, Payton Brown came in second, and Reagan Salstrom placed third out of 15 terrific acts.
A big 'Shout Out' goes to MC's Kendall Hogerty and Belle Selberis. Special thanks to our judges, Councilmember Bobby Duncan, K-Frog Scott Ward, Arizona Diamondback Matt Davidson, and Actor/Singer Krista Hollinger. A very special thanks to our PTSA who hosted the wonderful event.
The Spanish classes celebrated El Día de los Muertos, which is a Mexican holiday honoring the deceased. Classes had to form a 'family'and make a tombstone of the person they were honoring, living or deceased. They also wrote a biography in spanish about the person. Classes celebrated by setting up their gravestone and having a picnic including burritos from Asaderos Mexican Restaurant. Our very popular Spanish classes are taught by Mrs. Heinze.
7th Grade Winners!
8th Grade Winners!
AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) is one of many leadership classes at Park View. Mr. Robles teaches our eight grade AVID class (pictured below first) and Mrs. Aten teaches our seventh grade AVID class (pictured below second). When asked what she is learning in her AVID class, Lauren Starks remarked, “You should not give up on what you've started because once you’ve accomplished it, you’ll feel good about yourself for finishing it.”
Mrs. Graham’s class celebrated Halloween with a campfire (pretend) and roasted smores recently. They invited fellow students from other classes to ‘hang out’ and enjoy the festivities. They made smores, sang songs, and told spooky stores. It was a lot of fun.
On Friday, October 25, Mr. Marron’s Life Science class went on a Nature Walk in Yucaipa Regional Park, Park View’s namesake park. The objective was to observe wildlife, and we saw plenty of it. Using our eyes and ears we observed many kinds of birds and lot of fish. Everyone really enjoyed the walk.
On Saturday, October 26, hard-working students and staff participated in our annual
'Make a Difference Day' at Park View. They painted the basketball court poles, cleaned windows, picked up trash around the campus, and made cards for the staff. Mr.Tucci and the staff want to say a big 'thanks' to all the students who participated. It looks G-R-E-A-T!
Park View students and staff have an opportunity to GIVE during this ‘Season of Giving.’ We have adopted the 4th Battalion, 227th Aviation Regiment, a United States Army unit attached to the 1st Cavalry Division deployed to Kuwait. In an effort to support and make a connection to people who are serving our country far from home, we are asking our Park View family to bring cards, letters, or supplies to Mr. Hallenbeck’s classroom #29, where his classes will bundle the packages and send them on their way.
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There is no need to sign up and no forms to complete. You can bring a snack or call
909 797-0174 ext. 136 to request a lunch by the Thursday before Saturday School but only for days with an *. A light snack will be provided on the other dates.
Wear your Park View T-Shirt on Friday and show your SCHOOL SPIRIT! You can purchase your shirt or sweatshirt at the Snack Shack. Shirts are $12.00 and sweatshirts are $24.00. The ‘Shack’ is open every day after school.
Show Your School Spirit on Fridays!
Our next meeting will be Tuesday, November 19th, at 4:00 p.m. PTSA meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month. Students are welcome but you must let your parents know if you are interested in attending the meeting.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
If you would like your child to be ev
aluated for placement in Park View’s Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program, please return this form to the office.
Our PTSA has started a new contest and will run through May 15, 2014! PVMS families can earn cash for our school by clipping Box Tops coupons from hundreds of participating products.
Students should turn in box tops to their 1st period teacher. The class with the most box tops receives a donut party! All proceeds go directly towards programs and materials that benefit PVMS students.
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Park View's Attendance Message Center is available at (909) 797-8475. It's there for you 24-hours a day. In addition, you can also email your child's absence information to Kristy in our Attendance Office here.
If your student needs to be absent from school, please leave us a detailed message on the Attendance Message Center voicemail anytime. Please let us know your student's name, date of the absence, and the reason for the absence. Thank you.
Apply for Free or Reduced Lunch here!
The school with the highest percentage of applicants, whether they qualify or not, will receive $3,000 for field trips!
for our school!
Prefer to pay with a credit card? Go to:
or call 1-866-287-3096. Our school order number is 6777. A service fee is applied to your order ($3.50). Orders can be made through Yearbook Order Center starting August 12.
Additional add-ons with a yearbook purchase:
1. One-Line Name Stamp $5 One line of text imprinted on the yearbook cover (maximum 30 characters). Must be ordered by January 11, 2014.
2. World Yearbook $5 Full-color, 16 page current events magazine, inserted into the back of the yearbook. Must be ordered by April 1, 2014.
Yearbook distribution will be just before or just after Memorial Day, May 26, 2014. depending on yearbook delivery from the publisher.
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Avoid lost book fees or damaged book fees at the end of the school year. Find out how to access your textbooks online.
With the lack of busing, we have started an on-line Carpool Network. This is an effort to help parents connect with other parents in their own neighborhoods to arrange transportation for students. Simply fill out the form below, in order to post your information to our website and allow other parents to find and contact you via email or phone. The information you provide will be updated to the website on the next business-day, so that you can connect with other parents interested in a carpool.
To view other parents interested in carpooling, click here.
Families may use this information at their discretion and on their own to find rides. The school does not coordinate carpool matches or contacts.