3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
7:15 AM - 8:15 AM
7:30 AM - 8:10 AM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3:20 PM - 4:20 PM
Sixth Grade Band Concert
Tuesday, March 10th
6:30 - 7:15 p.m.
PVMS Fine Arts Building
This concert will feature the 3rd quarter sixth graders from Mrs. Burton's, Mrs. Hendrickson's, and Mrs. MacQueen's classes, the Zero Period Sixth Grade Band, and the Eagle Band.
Come listen and support these fine musicians.
Admission is free.
To All Parents
Park View Needs Your HELP!
We are looking for parents to volunteer a few hours a week.
Help is especially needed during the lunch hours between
11:15 and 1:00 p.m.
Please click here for the Parent Volunteer form.
Glow in the Dark Dance
ASB sponsored an awesome dance on Friday, February 20th. The theme was ‘Glow in the Dark’ and featured tons of glow sticks, black lights, yummy snacks, and great music. Brannon commented, “The music was awesome and I loved the food.” Special thanks goes to ASB advisor Mrs. Lingenfelter and the ASB students for all their hard work.
All are invited to attend!
box top coupons from hundreds of participating products.
Students should turn in box top coupons to their 1st period teacher. The class with the most box tops receives a ice cream party! All proceeds go directly towards programs and materials that benefit PVMS students.
Click here to see product list!
Tuesday March 3rd at 3:00
in room 33
See Mrs. Meidinger for more information
this THURSDAY and FRIDAY!
Do You . . .
Love to Game?
Need to work on a school assignment?
Want to do First In Math or Ten Marks Math?
Want to check your ABI or Email?
Need to type your Honors Option report?
Thursday & Friday Mornings
7:30 to 8:15
Several students from YHS came to Park View to talk about the Academic Pathway Academy programs they offer at the high school. The three academies are Health and Biomedical Sciences, Law and Public Safety, and Engineering. Each academy provides many opportunities for students that can benefit them in college and in their career.
The Clothes Closet is a special room on campus where we are collecting gently used clothes, shoes, jackets, and even jewelry for PVMS students and families who are going through a difficult time. Students and staff can bring items to Nurse Vicki in the front office. All donations are very much appreciated.
Mrs. Graham’s class and the Aktion Club held an event recently where all Park View students were invited to make valentine’s cards for our veterans. The Aktion Club helped with supplies and clean-up. “The cards were amazing, heartfelt, creative, and very thoughtful,” commented Mrs. Graham. The Aktion Club will deliver the valentines to the VA hospital for distribution to our local veterans.
8th grade boy, Ezekial C., 7th grade girl Kaitlyn B., 7th grade boy Jackson B.,
Park View’s Cross Country Team ran two races at a recent meet against Mesa View Middle School, one boy's team and one girl's team with 6th, 7th, and 8th grade runners. Danielle Gee placed first for the girls, and Gerald Griffin placed first for the boys. Both teams had great sportsmanship and cheered on all their team mates! They look forward to competing again.
Students use Ten Marks Math to practice math skills they have learned in class. The program has hints and videos built into the skills that help them find solutions. Ten Marks Math meets in room 15 on Tuesday and Thursday after school from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. See Mrs. Brown in room 34 if you have any questions. Everyone is welcome!
(Single -Track 2 Success)
Students in the S2S Mountain Bike Club ride the local streets and trails in Yucaipa every week. The club focuses on bike safety, bicycle maintenance, getting exercise, and just having fun! This is the first year where 7th and 8th grade students from Park View, Mesa View and CECA are training with the Yucaipa High School Mountain Bike Team. The middle school athletes are fielding a team of 21 boys and girls. Last year, YHS won its second straight State Championship with high expectations of fulfilling a third in 2015.
Students wanting to join the club can pick up an information packet in the office. They meet at room 48 every Wednesday after school. See Mr. Marino for more details. Get ready to RIDE!!!!
Park View students dressed in ‘cool’ attire from ‘back in the day’ for Flashback Friday recently.
Several students from Yucaipa High School's Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) visited our campus recently and talked to our students at lunch about their program. ROTC is a military training opportunity for students who plan to join the U.S. Military after graduation. Students who join and stay with the program throughout high school are eligible for scholarships and stipends to attend college. Students taking part in ROTC are not required to join the armed forces after graduation.
Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Meets in Computer Lab 13
Focuses on your specific math learning needs
Rewards and prizes for finishing assignments
Ten Marks is accessible from your house
anywhere you have Internet service
See Mrs. Brown to sign up!
Our next Saturday School is February 7!
Do you volunteer in your spare time? Are you on a team? Have you taken a fun trip? Yearbook would like to have you share your favorite pictures from your summer vacation or winter break as well as from things you do in your spare time or on the weekends. We'd like to know what you enjoy doing, and we may feature it in the yearbook. To submit your photos, head over to hjeshare.com and enter our school code: EagleShare. Have photos on your phone you'd like to share? There's an app for that? Search for HJ eShare (available for iPhones as well as Android). Hurry - we need your photos by Monday, January 12!
Free Class on Thursdays
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Park View Middle School Library
Clases gratis los Jueves
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Please complete the order form you received recently and turn it in to your 1st period teacher along with your payment. Teachers can place the orders and payment in the PTSA mail box located in the office. Please make checks payable to Park View Middle School PTSA.
and wearing it every Friday!
We are in need of parents for our School Site Council ballot and other leadership positions. Please complete the survey below and submit your name for consideration.
Click here for the survey!
Click here for more details!
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.
Any interested Honors Option participants should met with Mr. Marron, our coordinator, before or after school in room 40. Your qualifying essay is due October 22nd. See the school website for more details and to download the contract.
Attention PVMS student! Every Thursday at lunch, Mrs. Hadder and Mrs. Homatoff are hosting FRIENDSHIP CLUB in Room 7. It is relaxing time, full of fun, games, and activities to enjoy with your friends over lunch. One student commented, “I like the activities and having my friends with me to enjoy them!”
Thank you for helping keep our kids safe!
'Technology-based Instructional Materials Waiver'
provided here if you wish to have your child use the
electronic/online material version!
It would be great for all PVMS students to have four composition books. One for each of their CORE classes: Social Studies, Math, English, and Science. We have 1500 of these for sale during our schedule pick-up for $1.50 each.
Don't forget to purchase these suggested materials as you are shopping for your school supplies:
- Dry Erase Marker
- Loose Leaf Paper
- Color pencils
ream of copy paper, kleenex, and glue bottles
PVMS will receive additional funds for the number of applications we have submitted or turned in using the paper application mailed home. PVMS may receive funds even if you do not qualify, so please take the time to submit an application today. Visit our District's Food Services Web page!
Does your child take medication
while at school?
Medical forms must be on file with the school nurse
before medications can be administered.
Forms are available in the PVMS office.