We are just two weeks away from starting to welcome a number of our students back for in-person learning, following a staggered schedule. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing more information on what you can expect for the return of in-person learning, and schools will be providing information specific to each of their campuses.
We are proud to announce another PVSchools excellent educator has been recognized for their outstanding dedication by the Arizona Council on Economic Education. Congratulations to Lynn Hoppes, Social Studies/Language Immersion/World Languages curriculum specialist!
Even though the 2020-21 school year is underway, PVSchools is still hiring certified teaching staff, educational support professionals, substitutes, coaches, and volunteers to fill several hard to fill positions. Now’s your chance to join the PVSchools team!
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley - Arizona welcomed State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman yesterday as she toured the Ed Robson Family Branch located at Palomino Elementary School. Joined by Superintendent Dr. Welsh, Principal Lee, and Principal Robles, the group had the opportunity to see how the Club, in partnership with PVSchools, has transformed spaces into classroom areas where students can continue on their educational journey.
Each day, this Club sees more than 100 youth ages 5-18 for distance learning for more than 14 schools. Students and staff wear masks, socially distance, are temperature checked daily and observe strict health, cleaning and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of disease.
Congratulations and job well done to our excellent educator Peggy Woodard, a gifted teacher at Hidden Hills Elementary, for being named a 2020 Economic Education Teacher of the Year presented by the Arizona Council on Economic Education!
Yesterday, Superintendent Kathy Hoffman, Superintendent Dr. Welsh, Principal Lee, and Principal Robles toured Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley at Palomino Elementary School. In partnership with PVSchools, the Club follows strict health & safety guidelines to support students on their educational journey.
Each day, this Club sees more than 100 youth ages 5-18 for distance learning for more than 14 schools. Students and staff wear masks, socially distance, are temperature checked daily and observe strict health, cleaning and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of disease. read more
08 5 2020
So, this is what an all-virtual school day looks like behind the scenes? We followed along as Superintendent Dr. Welsh, and Assistant Superintendents Dr. Bales, Dr. Courson, Ms. Felten, Dr. Jeras, and Mr. Long toured campuses to provide support and observe first-hand how well our staff has prepared for the start of the new school year. #PVSchoolsPrepared #PVSchoolsFirstDay read more
08 5 2020
Though it be a virtual start, PVSchools is excited to see the learning continue! We appreciate the commitment of our students, families, and staff, and wish you the best for a successful and enriching school year. Share photos of your first day with #PVSchoolsFirstDay read more