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   MS./HS Choir Large Group Festival
   Apr 23 2018
   Strengthening Families Seminar
   Apr 23 2018 at 05:30 PM
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   Apr 24 2018 at 08:00 AM
   Band Instrument Demo Night
   Apr 25 2018 at 06:00 PM
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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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From the Principal's Office:
Good Afternoon, MS Parents and Families,

Happy Monday and Welcome back from the weekend!

Home Track Meet (Thursday, April 19)
We will be hosting our 2nd home track meet of the year this Thursday (April 19)th. We could still really use some more parent volunteers to help us (doesn’t matter if you have experience or not) run the meet. If you are available and interested, please contact our school Athletic Director, Dan Melendrez at dmelendrez@pvre7.org or 970-336-8610.

Earlier this year, I met with all of our students to share a very valuable tool called “Safe2Tell” which allows them to make an anonymous report when they are concerned about safety. Safety concerns can be in regards to their own safety, or that of a friend. For instance, if your child were to receive a text or snap-chat in the middle of the night from a peer considering harming themselves, a referral to Safe2Tell would ensure that law enforcement is notified and help sent.

Since we first introduced the Safe2Tell app, we have received a number of tips that were sent to law enforcement and stopped potentially harmful situations. I have now heard on several occasions that students are hesitant to make a Safe2Tell referral because they are afraid that they could get in trouble. I just want to take a moment to reassure our students and their parents that this will not happen. If a student is truly concerned about their safety or that of a friend, they will NOT get in trouble; even if the concern proves to be unfounded.  The only time that students have gotten in trouble because of a Safe2Tell report is if they are filing the report as (1.) a hoax or (2.) to intentionally bully/damage another student.

If you are interested in getting more information about Safe2Tell or would like to learn how to download the app, you are welcome to contact me at the school or visit their web-site at safe2tellco.org. The “Safe2Tell Colorado” app can be found at the app store for both Apple and Android devices. Again, if you have trouble accessing this app (its free), contact me and I’ll personally help you get it downloaded to your device.

That’s all for today. As always, please do not hesitate to give me a call if you have questions about your child or their education. If you need to reach a teacher, contact our front desk at 970-336-8610 and we will get you transferred to their voicemail. If you do not hear back from a teacher, please contact me directly and I will make sure that they get back in touch with you.

Thanks again for all that you do and have a fantastic week!


Jason Taylor
Platte Valley Middle School
“PVMS Promotes Respect, Value, and Care in All That We Do!”

                                          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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