Our oldest Eagles are gearing up for the much anticipated outdoor education camp at Alliance Redwoods in Occidental, CA this week! Students leave Tuesday morning, April 16th, and will return Friday afternoon. Check back here for a full report and photos of the shenanigans and lessons learned!
Enjoy your last big break of the school year! We will see you back on April 15th!
Pleasant Valley first graders took a walking field trip to San Marin High School where 9th grade STEM students shared and played musical instruments they designed and created. The first graders asked a lot of questions and played many of the instruments. Thank you so much to Nick Williams (awesome PV dad!) and his students [...]
Pleasant Valley’s Annual Auction fundraiser was an incredibly fun evening raising money for our school! THANK YOU to everyone who attended the auction on March 9th! It was a lot of fun and a HUGE success! Our live auction is our biggest fundraiser for the school and the teachers, staff and students thank you for your [...]
Pleasant Valley's Thirteen Colonies will take place during Open House in the multi-purpose room. This year we will focus on, not just Colonial Williamsburg, but ALL 13 colonies, so it will look a little different from what we've done in the past. We've included some famous people from each colony as well as lots of [...]
Don't forget Thursday, April 4th is a Minimum Day due to Open House that evening! Be sure to make arrangements for an early pick-up or early care for your little Eagle! 12:35 Release!!!
The latest workshop from our Soul Shoppe is Clean It Up: The Sorry Show where the kids practiced using the restorative tool, the Clean Up, to resolve problems for good and continue developing emotional self-awareness and self-management, social awareness and relationship skills. Here are the tools your kids are learning - use these at home instead [...]
Black History Month began in 1926 as part of an initiative by writer and educator Dr. Carter G. Woodson who launched Negro History Week in 1926. Woodson proclaimed that Negro History Week should always occur in the second week of February —between the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln. In 1976, the bicentennial of [...]
Saturday, February 9th!!! Join us for an exciting night of dancing and fun with your son and his special VIP. Admission will be $10 per couple ($5 each extra person). The activities will include: • Pizza, snacks & water • Tara from Love2Dance will be the DJ • Learn to do some new dance moves [...]
People of all ages get sick with the flu or flu-like viruses in a number of ways each year. But school age children are at high risk to developing these illnesses and when those children come to school, the situation can get rather nasty. Here is how you can reduce the likelihood of your child [...]