PVI's Connect Ed for the week of February 19th, 2017:
PVI administration would like to take a moment
to thank all of our PVI students, families, staff and community members that
participated, donated, and in any way contributed to our 1st ever
mini-THON event. Because of your generous support our PVI family raised a total
of $10,519.45 to help others win the fight against childhood cancer. The theme
of the Four Diamonds Fund has always been, “we dance for those kids that
can’t.” We appreciate your support and thank you for being our partners in the
fight….For The Kids”.
Reminder, school is closed in observance of
Presidents’ Day tomorrow, Monday, February 20th. Classes will resume
on Tuesday, February 21st.
Mad Science workshops for registered 4th
grade students will be held on Wednesday, February 22nd. Pick up is
promptly at 5:00 PM.
On Sunday February 26th 2017 First Student will
be hosting an event in the PVMS cafeteria to give away clothing they have
collected for families in need. This event will be held from 11am to 1pm. If
you or a family you know are in need of clothing please come out to PVMS on
Congratulations to our spelling bee finalists
who advanced to the final round of the Russell C. Hughes Spelling Bee. 5th
Grade student: Casper Robieniek, 6th Grade students: Jason Schubert and Alyssa
Madurki and alternate: 6th grade student Karina Bernatowicz. The
final round will be held at the Pleasant Valley High School on March 28th.
Attention ski club members: ski club will be
held on Tuesday, February 21st.
Don’t forget to order your 2016-2017 PVI
yearbook. The sale will run through February 28th. The cost for the
softcover yearbook is $10.00. Order forms are in the PVI February newsletter
and are also available on the PVI website and in the PVI main office. Be sure
to get your order in before February 28th, as orders will not be
accepted after the due date.
Save the date….the Northampton Community College
is hosting a Community Night on March 16th at the Monroe Campus.
Please look for an informational flyer that was sent home with students this