COVID-19 Update: Distance learning recommenced for PVSchools students on Monday, November 23.
Journey Of Excellence
School days will look a little different this year with health safety protocols and guidelines in place. We are confident if we all work together, we can make our campuses as safe as possible. To make sure you are prepared, we run through some of the biggest changes in this video.
We hope you know that our top priority is the health and safety of all our PVFamilies. Although we would normally look forward to seeing your smiling faces as you return to campus, we hope to see you masked up and ready to adapt to new safety protocols.
Listen up, you hype beasts! PVSchools Certified Young Person T. Bales wants you to protect your squad and wear a mask. It’s kindness, PVFam.
Special thank you to Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Dr. Troy Bales for channeling Paul Rudd to deliver this important health safety message.
PVSchools is in this together! Our community has shown great strength in our perseverance and commitment to each other as we find new ways to stay connected and continue learning. We may be physically apart, but we are on this journey together.
The Journey of Excellence starts with our bus drivers and bus aides. At PVSchools, we value the important role you play in the lives of our students, and are committed to supporting your excellence.
Paying more than our peer districts, we are committed to supporting your excellence. Rate of pay is based on K-12 driving experience and starts at $16.20 to $17.36 per hour (for bus drivers). Part-Time, Full-Time, and Substitute Driver positions are available.
The PVSchools Transportation Department transports more than 10,000 students over a 98-square mile attendance area each day. The department's 250 employees travel more than 2 million miles annually. Our fleet uses alternative fuels.