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AWARD PROGRAMS

7 months ago

Award Criterion

First Semester Academic Recognition


Academic Excellence Honor Roll:  Overall Grade Point Average from Fall Semester of 3.25 to 4.0.

Perseverance: These students received 5 or more “Outstanding” marks on their First Semester report card in the area of Work Habits.

Outstanding CitizenshipThese students received 5 or more “Outstanding” marks on their First Semester Report in the area of Citizenship.
 

End of Year Academic Recognition


Presidential Gold Award:      3.5 to 4.0 Overall Grade Point Average for the First Semester and scored a Standard Exceeded on last year’s ELA or Math CAASPP. The Presidential Gold Award is only the exiting 8th graders. 

Principal's Award: Students with an Overall Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above. 

Perseverance: These students received 5 or more “Outstanding” marks on their most recent progress report in the area of Work Habits.

Outstanding CitizenshipThese students received 5 or more “Outstanding” marks on their most recent progress report/report card  in the area of Citizenship.

Perfect AttendanceThese students were enrolled and present each and every day of the school year and/or have any absence was made up with Saturday School Attendance. 
 
CJSF Criteria
Students must earn a total of 10 points using the semester grade to be eligible (not based on GPA). Points are granted as follows: A = 3, B = 1; the PE course is excluded. Membership is not automatic; students apply each semester. CJSF is an honor and service organization.
8th grade students qualify for 1st semester CJSF based on points from the previous semester report card (June, 2nd semester, of grade 7). 
8th grade students must reapply for 2nd semester CJSF based on points from their 1stsemester grade 8 report card.
Incoming 7th grade students may qualify for 2nd semester CJSF based on points earned from the 1st semester grade 7 report card.
All qualified CJSF students are contacted and need to apply to become a member; applications and dues must be turned in to be a member in good standing.

PARENT INVOLVEMENT

over 2 years ago

Parent Involvement

As with any successful school, Park View Middle School relies on the parents and its community to help manage and sustain the school community.  Parents serve on various committees that are charged with budget priorities, student incentives, and support of the school.  Listed below are the many opportunities for parent involvement at PVMS.

GATE Program

The Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) program supports student enrichment in core curricular areas.  Meetings will be held twice this year.  For more information click the link above or contact Frank Tucci, Principal - PVMS. 

ELAC Program

The English Language Acquisition Committee (ELAC) supports students from all backgrounds that are learning English as they progress through the core curricular subject matter.  Meetings are held quarterly.  For more information click the link above or contact Cathy Pearson, Assistant Principal - PVMS.

School Site Council

School Site Council is a body of students, parents, teachers, and administration that serves to develop and sustain the school plan.  The committee is involved in budgeting priorities and developing plans to increase student achievement.  For more information contact Frank Tucci, Principal - PVMS.

PTSA

The Parent, Teacher, and Student Association (PTSA) supports the academic program, student reward/incentive programs, and needs of the school.  Nominations and voting for the incoming Board of the PTSA will be coming soon.  Contact PVMS at (909) 790-3285 for more information.

Band / Choir

The Band/Choir Boosters supports the Band and Choir programs at Park View.  Contact Mr. Stockman for more information and involvement activities.  Band/Choir Boosters meets on a monthly basis and is always looking for fundraising opportunities.