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The mission of PVMS is to pursue excellence for all by ensuring growth in academic achievement as measured by state and national standards.  We are dedicated to creating a positive learning environment by challenging and supporting all members of our school community.

 


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BREAKING NEWS!!!



From the Principal's Office:

Good Afternoon Parents and Families,

Happy Monday and welcome back from the weekend!

Parent Teacher Conferences:
This Thursday (Sept 20) will be our first round of Parent Teacher Conferences this year. Conferences will be from 4-8 p.m. in the MS Field House. Because we are only doing one night of conferences per quarter this year (same as the HS), we recommend that you arrive early; especially if you have multiple kids at the MS.

If you are unable to attend conferences, please consider contacting your child’s teachers so that they can communicate how things are going in their classes. If you are not sure how to contact a particular teacher, call our main office line at 970-336-8610 and we will provide that information for you.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources:
An unfortunate aspect of today's society is a rapidly growing mental health crises. Our students (and their families) are not immune from this issue and we want our school to be a source of hope for anyone (student or adult) who needs help.

Following are a list of phone numbers and resources that are available to your family day or night. Safe2Tell in particular has been very useful to our students when they are worried about themselves or a friend. If you would like more information about Safe2Tell or any of these other resources, please do not hesitate to contact me or Ms. Roth (School Counselor) at 970-336-8610.

  1. North Range Behavioral Health:970-347-2120
  2. Safe2Tell Colorado App:Free app on the app store
  3. National Suicide Hotline:1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  4. Colorado Crisis Services:text 38255 to talk to a trained professional

That should cover it for now.

Have a great day and a wonderful week!

Sincerely,

Jason Taylor
Principal


                                          STUDENT DROP OFF
Parents please utilize the drop off lanes when dropping off students unless you are planning to walk them to their building. Students are being dropped off in the parking lot which is creating a dangerous situation as they walk across the lanes of traffic. If you are walking your child to their school, please use the cross walk.


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