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  • Pine Valley Elementary School Celebrates Seuss Celebration Week in honor of Dr. Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss). The following are some of the activities we have planned for February 25th - March 1st:

     

    Silly Socks Monday- we will wear silly socks to school and have a relaxed time reading Fox in Socks. We will also learn about the man Theodore Geisel.

     

    Hat Tuesday- we will wear wacky hats to school and read The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins and Daisy-Head Mayzie.

     

    Wacky Wednesday- We will wear mixed up clothing (shirts on backward, inside out, etc), in honor of Dr. Seuss’ book Wacky Wednesday.

     

     Pajama Thursday- In honor of Dr. Seuss’ book I am NOT Going to Get up Today, we will wear our pajamas to school.

     

     Fun Friday-   To celebrate Dr. Seuss’ official birthday we will wear red, black and white. We will also enjoy a delicious piece of Dr. Seuss’

    birthday cake.

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  • Screenagers

     

    Join us for dinner and movie!  March 6, 2019  6:00pm   Jr.Sr. HS Auditorium

     

    Families and Students ages 10 and up are invited to join us for a special screening of SCREENAGES: Growing up in a Digital Age.

    Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Physician and filmmaker Delaney Ruston saw that with her own kids and learned that the average kid spends 6.5 hours a day looking at screens. She wondered about the impact of all this time and about the friction occurring in homes and schools around negotiating screen time—friction she knew all too well.

    In SCREENAGERS, as with her award-winning documentaries on mental health, Delaney takes a deeply personal approach as she probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including her own, to explore struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through poignant, and unexpectedly funny stories, along with surprising insights from authors, psychologists, and brain scientists, SCREENAGERS reveals how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance.

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  • NEWSLETTERS:  Printed copies of the District Newsletter Winter 2018-19 edition had pages 27-30 missing.  Corrected copies are being printed.  Missing pages included sports team articles, and new copies will be given to the team members/coaches.  The correct newsletter in its entirety is on our website:  www.pval.org -> Our District -> District Newsletters -> District Newsletter-Winter 2018-19. 

     

    If you would like a corrected printed issue, please contact Debbie Hooker at 988-3293 ext. 3307 or by email at dhooker@pval.org.  Thank you.

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  • The Pine Valley Central School Board of Education meeting scheduled for March 7th  has  been changed to February 28th in the Board Room (Room #11 in the Elementary School).  Meetings begin at 7 pm and are open to the public.

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  • PV Yearbooks are now on sale. There are forms available at the HS in the main office or in room 206. You can also order online at www.inter-state.com/yearbook. Code: 33198N

    Yearbook order form

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  • Community Dodgeball Tournment

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  • Dick's Sporting Goods

    Dick's Sporting Goods

     

    Thursday morning, December 20th, members of the Pine Valley Softball Team met with Ashley Gierszewski, a representative of Dick’s Sporting Goods, at Pine Valley High School to accept a $1000 donation to support the softball program. Gierszewski traveled from Dick’s Sporting Goods in Orchard Park to present the funds on behalf of Dick’s Sporting Goods’ Sports Matter Foundation, dedicated to preserving and promoting youth sports. The $1000 gift received by the Pine Valley Softball Team is part of over $50 million given away in support of youth sports programs nationwide. These funds will be used by Pine Valley High School to purchase much-needed equipment and provide more opportunities for the girls on the team. Students on the team expressed excitement about the donation and appreciate the additional funding that will supplement their program. 

    Reporting on the event provided by Savanna Steves 

    Photographs by Kaevon Mosley

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  • NYSPHSAA

    Congratulations to our fall sports teams for earning Scholar Athlete status for Section VI!

    Boys Soccer team earned a 93.47%

    Girls Soccer team earned a 94.4% (our combined team with Gowanda)

    Volleyball earned a 95.55%

     

    Go Panthers! #wearepinevalley

     

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    PVES Online Art Gallery! 

    Please check out our online art gallery when you have a chance. The students have been working hard this year to come up with their own ideas, use the skills we have been learning, and to improve their artwork as they get feedback and reflect on the process. Some are still in the process of finishing projects, and have not yet uploaded, but eventually all students will have their work showcased here.

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  • Pine Valley is currently accepting donations of gently used clothing of all sizes. Check out the flyer for details!

    Pine Valley Central School Clothing Closet

     

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