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School Announcements
 
Click here for the
5th Grade Elective Choice Survey

Click
here for the
6th and 7th Grade
Elective Choice Survey


 

 


 

End of the Year
Awards Celebrations at PVMS

6th Grade Awards – Monday, June 6th

6:00 p.m. – in the Quad

7th Grade Awards – Monday, June 6th

7:15 p.m. – in the Quad

8th Grade Promotion - Tuesday, June 7th

6:00 p.m. – in the Quad



 


 

Renaissance Faire 2016

 
 
Math Test Reflection
 
All students take this survey!
Your feedback is important to us.



 
Summer Bridge Program
 
Yucaipa High School is offering incoming 9th grade students an opportunity to earn 5 credits for participating in our Summer Bridge Program. Students are being recruited at their middle schools and applications are being accepted. They will learn techniques to strengthen their writing, reading fluency and reading comprehension, building math skills and confidence.  In addition, students will be exposed to project-based learning and school connectedness, which focuses on how to navigate the campus. They will focus on positive behaviors and decision making skills. 
 
6th Grade Summer Bridge information can be found here!

Summer Bridge runs from June 13 to July 5.  Classes run from 8:00 – 1:30, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Free lunch is provided. They will receive incentives for the regular school year and school supplies for free!
 
For questions regarding either of these two programs, please contact Julie Beck at YHS at 797-0106, ext. 1110.

 

 
2016 - 2017
Electives for 7 th and 8th Graders

 
We have some great elective classes. Listen to our Electives Podcast for 7th and 8th grade students only! You will be picking your elective class in a few weeks.

Click HERE for the podcast!



 
Enjoying a Night of Star Gazing
 
 

On Wednesday, April 13, students were treated to some telescopic views provided by Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox.  During the day, eighth grade classes had the opportunity to look through two special solar telescopes that allowed students to see the Sun safely.  There was a large sunspot to view, as well as a few solar prominences.  That evening, telescopes took in views of the Moon and Jupiter.  Students and their families were invited to telescope night, which took place at the end of the Music department’s dinner event.  Although the evening started out with a few clouds, the seeing conditions started to improve when the sun went down, allowing students and parents to view the First Quarter Moon through some telescopes, and Jupiter through others.  Gloria said, “Tonight I went to Telescope Night.  It was pretty cool.  I was able to see Jupiter.  It was honestly super a-mazing.  Jupiter was HUGE compared to its moons.  It was so pretty.”  Shelby said, “The Moon looks way cooler in a telescope than in person because you can see a lot more.”  Students in Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox’s classes had the opportunity to find the Sun on their own for part of a lab experience later in the week.  They used the school’s homemade telescope with a solar filter firmly taped to the end to get another glimpse of the huge sunspot.
 

 

 

PTSA  Color Run Fundraiser
 


 

More than 300 runners were splashed with a  rainbow  of colored powders as they dashed around the school on Thursday, April 21, to raise money for school activities, the seventh grade Renaissance Faire, and our eighth grade graduation trip.

 

 



 

Grade App Keeps You Connected
 
​ Download the GRADES app to stay connected to your child's grades. It interfaces smoothly with our Aeries gradebook. Updates on your child's grades are a fingertip away! Visit your Apple App Store to download this free app.  
 
 
Top 10 Skills Middle School Students
 Need to Thrive 
and How Parents Can Help!
  

 
  Great advice for middle school students and parents from the Washington Post, a must read!   Click here for the article!   


 Quick Info For Your Calendars!
  • Minimum Days:  June 3, 6, 7, 8
  • No School Days: May 27th and 30th.
  • June 8th is the last day of school.

 
 
Parent Information
for Current 5th Grade Students

5th Grade student visit PVMS - To be announced as we finish testing.
Come meet our Administrative Team at PVMS
  • Just before school starts we will have a 6th grade only summer dance.
  • We will have our Back to School Night before the start of the school year as well. You will be notified with a caller.
  • All student records will transfer over to PVMS.
  • We do take teacher requests (form will be on our website). The window to register is from May 1st to June 1st. Staffing is not final and there will be movement of our current teachers.
  • All 6th grade students take the following electives: STEM, Technology, Music (they play an instrument!), and Spanish.
  • We have a 6th Grade only nutrition break, a 6th Grade only lunch, a 6th grade only PE and students do not dress out.
Click here for the Welcome video
Click 
here for the Elective Wheel video
 

Popsicle Fridays
PTSA Fundraiser
Cost is $1.00



 
PVMS Club News

Alive Club - Wednesdays and Fridays 
'B' Lunch
Leadership team meets every Monday
See Mrs. Fiore in Room 41


Creative Club - Tuesdays
3:00 - 3:45 p.m.
See Ms. Peterson in Room 21


 S2S Mountain Bike Club - Wednesdays
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
See Mr. Marino in Room 48

 
6th Grade K-Kids Community Service Club – Fridays
3:00 - 3:45 p.m.
See Mr. Colin in Room 28

Before School Math Support - Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
7:30 – 8:15 a.m.
See Mrs. Chambers in Room 10

After School Math Support - Tuesday and Thursday
3:00 – 3:45 p.m.

 See Mrs. Brown in Room 34


 

 

 
 
PVMS Sports New

Cross Country Team - Monday and Wednesday
7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
see Ms. Bay in Room 26


Volleyball 'After-School' Team - Monday and Thursday
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
*All students invited to play*

See Mrs. Kotsid in Room 37



 

 
Park View Club Happenings!




 

Click here for our
2015  –  2016 calendar
of important dates!


 

For All Incoming 6th Graders!  
Read about our electives and complete our student survey.
 Your input is very important to us
!
 
6th Grade Student Survey

Click here for the Welcome video
Click
here for the Elective Wheel video
Teacher Request Form


 



 

School Counseling Services
 
If you have questions and need to speak with a school counselor, see below:
 
To email a PVMS Counselor:

Gina_hadder@ycjusd.us
Janet_curtis@ycjusd.us

 
To email a YHS Counselor:

Click here for the YHS Counselor’s Webpage




 
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