NOTICE: District Internet services, and related Internet-based applications will be down on Wednesday, November 26, for required maintenance. This will affect access to programs such as Aeries and email services.
November 24-28 for Thanksgiving break.
We wish your family all the best during this time of Thanksgiving!
School resumes Monday, December 1.
December 5th, 7 - 9 p.m.
Tickets on sale at lunch for $4
$5 at the door
Dress semi-formal, colors are BLUE and SILVER
ALL STUDENTS are invited to attend!
Honors Option is designed as a challenging, engaging, and meaningful yearlong project for students who wish to receive “Honors” on their academic record. Students meet with science teacher, Doug Marron, for assignments and projects.
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 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
ASB Sporting Their New Shirts
ASB advisor, Mrs. Lingenfelter, and her ASB students took a few moments to pose for a picture recently showing off their new T-shirts. Students are encouraged to wear their shirts on Fridays to promote school spirit.
ASB has been working hard all year long on school dances, fundraisers, and fun lunchtime activities. A very special thanks goes out to Karma Designs for designing the awesome T-shirts!
Support Our Troops
Park View students and staff have an opportunity to GIVE during this ‘Season of Giving.’ In an effort to support the men and women who are serving our country, we are asking our Park View family to bring supplies to their 1st period class. ASB will bundle the packages and send them on their way.
PVMS Cross Country
Interested students can still join the ‘Cross Country’ club at Park View. See 6th Grade teacher, Mrs. Bay, in room 26 for more information.
Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Heinze’s Spanish class have formed a club called "Amigos". They meet once a month, on average, and do fun activities relating to a theme or lesson that they are doing in one of their classrooms. The students form a friendship through working together and coming to understand each other’s differences. This month, we made skeletons out of q-tips. Mrs. Graham’s class is learning about skeletons of bats, and Mrs. Heinze's class is learning about the Day of the Dead.
Science Classes Study Acids and Bases
Eighth grade students studied acids and bases during the last two weeks of October. They tested thirteen different substances to determine if they were acidic, basic, or neutral. Testing was done using litmus paper, cabbage juice, pH paper, and universal indicator. Students then determined which substances had tested as a base, which tested as an acid, and which substances were neutral. Students found the lab to be fun, interesting, and colorful. Our eighth grade science classes are taught by Randy and Cheryl Wilcox.
The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students of Park View Middle school constructed skimmers recently. They used exacto knifes to cut them out using accurate measurements. After assembling them with tape and glue, the students decorated them with their favorite sport team or design.
Once completed the students and STEM teacher Mrs. Chambers went to the multi-purpose room for a day of trial races. This was the time for students to check out if they weighted their skimmer correctly. One the second day students raced each other and the winners of each race went to the next round. The winners were Samir Y., Brian B., and Noah J. Our grand champion was Logan D.
El Día de los Muertos Celebration
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.
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.
Each month teachers choose students from each grade level that are recognized for their good citizenship and grades. For the month of September the ‘Eagle of the Month’ winners are (from left to right)
7th grade boy Mario L., 7th grade girl Allyson G.
6th grade boy Zeke M.
Talent Show on October 17th. Sydney S. took home the grand prize of $100 singing, “I’m Not the Only One.” Shelbie P. came in second, and the dancing team of Mia B., Teresa N., Heather N., and Emma S. placed third out of 20 acts.
A big shout out goes to MC’s Jorie C., Allie F., and Bella B. Special thanks to our judges, Councilmembers Bobby Duncan and Tom Masher, and City Manager Ray Casey. A very special thank you goes to our PTSA who hosted the wonderful event.
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.
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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.
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.