Start-of-Year Virtual Learning
In order to best support students and families, we have created an Information Technology resource site: Visit the new PV Assist website.
Students master standards in language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. They also enrich their learning through special programs including music, visual arts, physical education, computer education and drug and substance abuse education.
Visit the PVSchools District Curriculum webpage for more information.
ConnectEd is an online resource for students, parents and teachers that accompany our K-8 adopted math curriculum. It contains online texts, homework help, video tutorials and more.
The Governing Board supports teachers in holding students accountable for completing all homework. This policy is guided by the philosophy that the consequence for not doing homework is doing the homework. Site administrators and teachers will collaborate to develop programs and consistent practices to encourage and motivate students to complete all homework, and to provide opportunities for students to meet the requirement of completing missing homework for credit.
The new policy does not mean your student will not receive a zero. It does mean that students will be given every opportunity, within reason, to turn in the work for credit. Please remember the purpose to homework is to practice newly acquired skills away from the educational setting to determine how much information is actually retained.
Being involved in your child’s academic success can increase his/her opportunities and options for the future. What can you do to help them? Knowing some key academic benchmarks and what or how you can support your child in meeting them is important. Select your child's grade from the list below for more details.