Pleasant Valley
Community Schools
Pleasant Valley Educational Foundation Awards 79 Scholarships

Posted May 12th, 2017

When the Pleasant Valley Educational Foundation started 25 years ago, just two students received a scholarship – one boy and one girl were each awarded $500.  A lot has changed during the quarter of century.  On May 10, 2017, the PVEF awarded scholarships to 79 Pleasant Valley High School seniors, totaling nearly $85,000.

“This is a celebration of the 79 seniors, but also of the people who elected to invest their resources in the development of our future young leaders,”  PVEF President Dave Borcherding said.  “As with any investment, these generous donors are expecting a return on that investment. Your return to them is dedicating yourself to lifelong learning and using that learning to find the opportunities for which you are destined to provide the solutions.”

During the ceremony, families honored their loved ones, businesses thanked the community and all sent the message that PV supports its students now and will into the future.

“You know we’re proud of you,” Superintendent Dr. Jim Spelhaug said. “We also have expectations for you.  One of the reasons we award these scholarships is to remind you that it isn’t on your own that you’ve gotten to where you are.  Faculty, family and the community have stood beside you.  Our expectation is that you will go out into the world and stand beside someone else who needs it.”

Pleasant Valley Community School District believes in the best educational experience “not for some kids, but for all kids,” and the Foundation’s scholarship program represents that belief.  Scholarship recipients represent the entire 2017 class.  While some scholarships are awarded to top level students, scholarships are also awarded for character and work ethic.  Most awardees are students with a drive to succeed with a wide range interests from medicine to music to mechanics.

One of the presenters, Dr. Radhika Kolla, spoke of her mother-in-law and why her family chose to honor her with a scholarship.  Hashmat Siddiqui grew up during India’s independence from the British Empire.  Millions were uprooted from their homes, including Hashmat.  However, she was determined to get an education even though many girls stayed home from school fearing for their safety.  Hashmat went on to earn a Masters in Geography and Islamic studies and became an educator.  Dr. Kolla said her mother-in-law’s determination is inspiring and emphasized the need for diverse ways of thinking.  (Read the stories behind every scholarship at pleasval.org/foundation/.)

The PVEF raises funds through a golf outing in April, the road race Run with Carl in September, and through dozens of families and businesses who’ve chosen to endow scholarships.  If you are interested in learning more about the PVEF, please contact Secretary Beth Marsoun at marsounbeth@pleasval.k12.ia.us.

The full list of scholarship winners is below our picture gallery.

 

Arconic Science Achievement Scholarship                                                                                   Emily Suen

Ann & Rainsford Brown, Jr. Memorial Scholarship                                                                   Jerry Pendleton

Bettendorf Hy-Vee Citizenship Scholarship                                                                                Kelsey Borbeck

Bettendorf Rotary: Chuck Mooney/William Stradt/Rich & Dee James Scholarship         Lillian Jones

Bettendorf Rotary: Chuck Mooney/William Stradt/Rich & Dee James Scholarship         Elizabeth Zupancic

PV/Bettendorf Baseball Participation Scholarship                                                                    Michael Tappa

Bill & Ellen Stradt Family Scholarship                                                                                         Alexis Cordts

Brett Greenwood “Total Effort” Scholarship                                                                               Addie Swanson

Bridgeview Elementary Achievement Scholarship                                                                    Danielle Henricksen

Carl D. Schillig Memorial Scholarship                                                                                          Kaitlyn Evans

Carolyn & Joseph Martin Family Scholarship                                                                            Reagan Putnam

Christine Harvey True Blue Scholarship                                                                                      Sally Walker

Chuck Murphy Spartan Spirit Scholarship                                                                                  Rachel Tebbe

Cody Elementary Achievement Scholarship                                                                               Dylan Hartford

Coe Noack Memorial Scholarship                                                                                                 Abigail Reese

Crystal Neuhaus Memorial Scholarship                                                                                      Claire Park

Cyndy Behrer Leadership Scholarship                                                                                         Vincent Gnad

Dale Barber “True Grit” Scholarship                                                                                            Michael Showers

David J. Ramnath Memorial Scholarship                                                                                   Emily Nutt

Deborah R. Menke Leadership Scholarship                                                                               Jarrin Flores

Dr. Vijay Rajendran Family Scholarship                                                                                     Emily Bruinsma

English Department Achievement Scholarship                                                                        Julia Said

Evelyn Lehman iHope Scholarship                                                                                              Teleah Thomas

Family & Consumer Sciences Achievement Scholarship                                                         Emma Hartman

Hashmat Siddiqui & Manazir Family Scholarship                                                                    Austin Stickel

Andrew Green Memorial Scholarship                                                                                         Ellie Kurth

Fred & Maxine Green Family Scholarship                                                                                 Andrew Wendel

James D. Morrison Memorial Scholarship                                                                                Patrick McMonagle

Jana S. Witte Memorial Band Scholarship                                                                                Ian Aplington

Jana S. Witte Memorial Orchestra Scholarship                                                                        Harrison Qu

Jana S. Witte Memorial Vocal Music Scholarship                                                                    Megan Maloney

Janet E. Keady Memorial Scholarship                                                                                        Mark Conway

Jeffrey J. Donahue Memorial Scholarship                                                                                 Damandeep Riat

Jeffrey J. Donahue Memorial Scholarship                                                                                 Terry Saul

Jeremy “Red” Scannell Memorial Scholarship                                                                          Austin Kress

Jon Allbee Memorial Scholarship                                                                                                Sarah Meyers

John P. Bowe Memorial Scholarship                                                                                          Millenama Prasai

Joe & Sue Kaesbauer Memorial Scholarship                                                                            Cameron Trentz

Joshua D. Fullmer Memorial Scholarship                                                                                 Zachary Pilger

Kathryn Ludwig Humanitarian Scholarship                                                                             Anna Grace Molinari

LeClaire Lions Club Service Scholarship                                                                                    Rachel Rector

LeClaire Manufacturing Achievement Scholarship                                                                 McClain Acri

Lindsay Suhl Memorial Scholarship                                                                                            Cecily Clark

Marilyn M. & Burton C. Gearhart Family Scholarship                                                            Ryan Thompson

Math Department Achievement Scholarship                                                                            Samuel Lederman

Merrit Parsons Memorial Scholarship                                                                                        Matthew Nelson

Merrit & Dorothy Parsons Family Scholarship                                                                         Ebteehal Ismail

ORA Orthopedics Musculoskeletal Health Scholarship                                                          Jared Allbee

Paul N. Lensmeyer Memorial Scholarship                                                                                 Carrie Peterson

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company Scholarship                                                                                Rachel Barber

Performing and Visual Arts Achievement Scholarship                                                          Catherine Byrne

Philip A. Czachowski Memorial Scholarship                                                                             Keeli Richards

Pleasant View Elementary Achievement Scholarship                                                             Alexander Wong

PTA Character Counts Scholarship                                                                                             Marie DeLessio

Pleasant Valley Education Association Scholarship                                                                Grace Wilson

Quad City Telugu Sangham Scholarship                                                                                    Aditya Subramaniam

R Hovey Tinsman, Jr. Memorial Scholarship                                                                           Christian Jones

Ralph & Marjorie VenHorst Family Scholarship                                                                      Megan Hackney

Rao Chitneni Memorial Scholarship                                                                                           Laura Butler

Riverdale Heights Elementary Achievement Scholarship                                                      Lauren Carroll

Snow Masonic Lodge #44 Scholarship                                                                                       Isaac Sears

Social Studies Department Achievement Scholarship                                                            Samuel Lundry

Spartan Nation Band Scholarship                                                                                               Mallory Obenauf

Spartan Nation Boys’ Cross Country Scholarship                                                                    Christian Simmons

Spartan Nation Determination Scholarship                                                                              Hannah DePover

Spartan Nation Extra Mile Scholarship                                                                                      Samina Abdullah

Spartan Nation Girls’ Cross Country Scholarship                                                                    Lillie Klauer

Spartan Nation iHope Scholarship                                                                                              Alexander Leonard

Spartan Nation iHope Scholarship                                                                                              Andrew Van Nattan

Spartan Nation iHope Scholarship                                                                                              Andrew Gratton

Spartan Nation Perseverance Scholarship                                                                                 Sarah Yoerger

Spartan STEM Scholarship                                                                                                           Cole Edwards

Steven J. Vander Horn Memorial Scholarship                                                                          Ryan Brohm

Ted & Carole Minnick Family Scholarship                                                                                 Ariel Rivera

Tinsman Family Education Scholarship                                                                                     Olivia Heckel

Tom & Martha Shaff Licea Family Scholarship                                                                         Mackinsey Paulson

Tom St. Clair Memorial Scholarship                                                                                            Hannah Humes

William “Bill” Stickel Memorial Scholarship                                                                              Jonathan Crouse

World Language Department Achievement Scholarship                                                         Abigail Schaller

#SpartanNation April 28, 2017

Posted April 28th, 2017

Bridgeview

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

Bridgeview Says Thank You:  The staff and students at Bridgeview would like to express our thanks to the PTA and the Bridgeview Community for the success of the Walkathon today! Despite the fact that the weather wasn’t our best friend, the money raised during the week will add soft seating and an art wall to our library.  We are very grateful for your support!!

PTA Pulse:  Click here to learn about the next PTA meeting, the Book Fair and Grandparents/VIP Day.

Attention 5th grade parents!  The 2017-2018 6th grade band is about to be formed!  On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. in the PV High School Band Room, there will be a general information meeting to explain our beginning band program. Click here for more information about beginning band.

Grandparents and Special Guests, Friday, May 5:  Once again, the staff and students are very excited to welcome you to the building on Friday, May 5th from 1:00-3:00.  Due to the lunch schedule, we would ask that you not arrive before the designated time, and when you do, plan to enter through Door C.  We will have student hosts and hostesses to help you find your students’ classrooms.  Parking, on a first-come, first serve basis, will be available in the school parking lots and behind the building as well as along the streets near the building.  (Also, be advised you may get hit up for a new book or two with the book sale in the cafeteria after the event). Parents are asked to notify their child’s teacher in writing if their child(ren) will be leaving with their grandparent or special guest at the end of the afternoon.

Parking Request, Friday, May 12:  The First Presbyterian Church of LeClaire has been a great partner to Bridgeview School this past year (and many years before, I might add).  Many times they have allowed us to informally and unofficially use their parking lot and turn around area as a “pick-up and drop-off zone” for Bridgeview parents.  However, due to a special event at the church on Friday, May 12, they have asked that parents and school personnel please not park in the church parking lot or turn around area during the pick-up time after schoolThank you in advance for your awareness of and compliance with this request.

The Dental Bus is coming to PV! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Bridgeview on May 17, 2017. Sign your student up today for a FREE dental exam and cleaning. Your child may be eligible if:

You do not have a dentist.
You do not have dental insurance.
It has been more than a year since your child’s last dental visit.
Your child qualifies for free or reduced meals.

*This service may be used to complete the kindergarten dental screening requirement*.  Exams will be done on site during the school day. Appointments last about 30 minutes. If further treatment is needed, the following services will be provided free based on the availability of the Give Kids a Smile dentists:

X-rays
Amalgam/Composite fillings
Tooth extractions
Root canals
Orthodontics

Complete this permission form and place in envelope or return form to school health office. Forms must be turned in by May 1st, 2017. Please contact your school nurse, Joette Strobbe, at 563-332-0215 with questions.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Cody

Variety Show is Tonight! The start time has been pushed back to 5:30, allowing more time for volunteers to setup and children to prepare their acts. Join us in the Cody gym to support and celebrate our incredibly talented kids!

Attention 5th grade parents!  The 2017-2018 6th grade band is about to be formed!  On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. in the PV High School Band Room, there will be a general information meeting to explain our beginning band program. Click here for more information about beginning band.

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

The Dental Bus is coming to PV! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Cody on May 17, 2017. Sign your student up today for a FREE dental exam and cleaning. Your child may be eligible if:

You do not have a dentist.
You do not have dental insurance.
It has been more than a year since your child’s last dental visit.
Your child qualifies for free or reduced meals.

*This service may be used to complete the kindergarten dental screening requirement*.  Exams will be done on site during the school day. Appointments last about 30 minutes. If further treatment is needed, the following services will be provided free based on the availability of the Give Kids a Smile dentists:

X-rays
Amalgam/Composite fillings
Tooth extractions
Root canals
Orthodontics

Complete this permission form and place in envelope or return form to school health office. Forms must be turned in by May 1st, 2017. Please contact your school nurse, Ann Harris, at 563-332-0210 with questions.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Hopewell

2017-18 School Supplies:  Order school supplies through the Hopewell PTA.  No shopping and the supplies are delivered to Meet and Greet. Click here to for information to order online.   If you’re interested in donating a school supply pack to a student who cannot afford school supplies, click here for more information.

Attention 5th grade parents!  The 2017-2018 6th grade band is about to be formed!  On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. in the PV High School Band Room, there will be a general information meeting to explain our beginning band program. Click here for more information about beginning band.

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

Walk-a-Thon, May 5: 

When& Where:   Show your PV pride on Friday, May 5th at the Hopewell Walk-a-Thon!

What For:  The 6th grade class voted to make this their legacy gift a shade structure for the playground. The students’ hard work at Donuts for Dads and Mornings with Mom has generated $3,332.00. The 6th grade committee has done extensive research on options available and selected the best fit for Hopewell. If we raise $11,000 through Walk-a-thon, we’ll be able to purchase the structure.

Prizes:  An ice cream party will be awarded to the classroom who raises the most funds and a special surprise if Hopewell reaches the target goal.

Donations:  Donation envelopes are due back Friday, May 5th. We are also asking for donations of Rice Krispy Treats & water. These items can be brought to the office prior to May 5th.

Volunteers:  Volunteers are needed to make this event successful. Please contact Holly Stanic @ hastanic@yahoo.com or Marcy Volkstorf @ marcyvolkstorf@gmail.com if you are willing to help. We are asking volunteers to work the day of in 2 hour increments starting at 8:00 AM and the last one starting at 12:00 PM.

The Dental Bus is coming to PV! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Hopewell on May 15, 2017. Sign your student up today for a FREE dental exam and cleaning. Your child may be eligible if:

You do not have a dentist.
You do not have dental insurance.
It has been more than a year since your child’s last dental visit.
Your child qualifies for free or reduced meals.

*This service may be used to complete the kindergarten dental screening requirement*.  Exams will be done on site during the school day. Appointments last about 30 minutes. If further treatment is needed, the following services will be provided free based on the availability of the Give Kids a Smile dentists:

X-rays
Amalgam/Composite fillings
Tooth extractions
Root canals
Orthodontics

Complete this permission form and place in envelope or return form to school health office. Forms must be turned in by May 1st, 2017. Please contact your school nurse, Kim Zupancic, at 563-332-0250 with questions.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Pleasant View

Attention 5th grade parents!  The 2017-2018 6th grade band is about to be formed!  On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. in the PV High School Band Room, there will be a general information meeting to explain our beginning band program. Click here for more information about beginning band.

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

Pleasant View Walk-a-thon, Friday, May 5 (VOLUNTEERS/DONATIONS STILL NEEDED):Walkathon information was sent home last week along with a family donation envelope. Please return envelopes with or without a donation. This year we are walking to help raise funds to purchase a permanent shade structure for the primary playgroundWE NEED YOUR HELP!  To donate snacks and water, or to volunteer, please visit this link. Contact Amy Featherstone (amyLfeatherstone@yahoo.com) or Michelle LeMoine (thelemoines@mediacombb.net) with questions.

If you wish to come watch and encourage the walkers, the walk-a-thon schedule for Friday, May 5 is as follows:
4th Grade             8:45 – 9:15
6th Grade             9:25 – 9:55
2nd Grade            10:05 – 10:35
3rd Grade             10:45 -11:15
5th Grade             11:25 – 11:55
1st Grade              1:00 – 1:30
Kindergarten         1:40 – 2:
10

The Dental Bus is coming to PV! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Pleasant Valley schools in May 2017. Sign your student up today for a FREE dental exam and cleaning. Your child may be eligible if:

You do not have a dentist.
You do not have dental insurance.
It has been more than a year since your child’s last dental visit.
Your child qualifies for free or reduced meals.

*This service may be used to complete the kindergarten dental screening requirement*.  Exams will be done on site during the school day. Appointments last about 30 minutes. If further treatment is needed, the following services will be provided free based on the availability of the Give Kids a Smile dentists:

X-rays
Amalgam/Composite fillings
Tooth extractions
Root canals
Orthodontics

Complete this permission form and place in envelope or return form to school health office. Forms must be turned in by May 1st, 2017. Please contact your school nurse with questions.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Riverdale Heights

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

Attention 5th grade parents!  The 2017-2018 6th grade band is about to be formed!  On Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. in the PV High School Band Room, there will be a general information meeting to explain our beginning band program. Click here for more information about beginning band.

The Dental Bus is coming to PV! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Riverdale Heights on May 15, 2017. Sign your student up today for a FREE dental exam and cleaning. Your child may be eligible if:

You do not have a dentist.
You do not have dental insurance.
It has been more than a year since your child’s last dental visit.
Your child qualifies for free or reduced meals.

*This service may be used to complete the kindergarten dental screening requirement*.  Exams will be done on site during the school day. Appointments last about 30 minutes. If further treatment is needed, the following services will be provided free based on the availability of the Give Kids a Smile dentists:

X-rays
Amalgam/Composite fillings
Tooth extractions
Root canals
Orthodontics

Complete this permission form and place in envelope or return form to school health office. Forms must be turned in by May 1st, 2017. Please contact your school nurse, Stacy Schick, at 563-332-0525 with questions.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

PV Junior High

Starting Monday, May 1, 2017, Pleasant Valley Junior High will be serving a limited menu due to construction to expand our kitchen.  Please check the menu here.

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

Choral Concert, Thursday, May 4:  Join us in the gym at 7:00pm for the last Choral Concert of the year.

Washington , D.C. Trip Meeting Monday, May 8:  The informational meeting for those signed up for this summer’s Washington D.C. trip will be held on Monday, May 8th at 7:00 at the junior high.  Trip materials will be distributed at this time.  We will also go over a preliminary itinerary and packing list.  Parents and students are both encouraged to attend.  If you are unable to attend, please contact Ms. Larsen.

PV Junior High Robotics Team Applications:  We are getting ready for the 2017-18 Robotics season for Pleasant Valley Junior High.  To fill out an application, please go to this website and submit the application by May 15.  Right now, we anticipate having two teams of 10 students per team.  We will be able to have more teams, if we can get a few more parent volunteers.  If you’re interested in volunteering or have any questions, please email Sankari Kandasamy at PVJHRobotics@gmail.com

Scott County Book Mobile:  Come to the JH on Monday, May 15, 2017 from 1:30 PM-3:15 PM. If your child already has a library card they do not need to fill out this form.  On May 15th only students will library cards will be allowed on the book mobile.  Need a library card? Click here and fill an application and return it to the JH library by Thursday, May 4, 2017. Books will need to be returned to your local library or you can find out where the book mobile will be this summer at http://www.scottcountylibrary.org/bookmobile/.

BOGO Scholastic Book Fair, May 4-May 9:   We’ll accept cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted. The fair will also be open before the choir concert from 6:00-7:00 on Thursday, May 4th.

Library books are Due May 19:  All books are due by the end of the day on Friday, May, 19th, and all fines need to be paid before school ends. Fines carry over from year to year. Students can check their accounts by logging into Destiny (the card catalog) at: http://destiny.pleasval.k12.ia.us/common/servlet/logout.do?tm=  The user name is the student’s last name. The password is the student’s ID number. Click on “My Info” to find out when books are due and what, if any, fine money is owed.  Fines cannot be paid from lunch account funds.

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Pleasant Valley High School

Wednesday, May 3, is an early dismissal day!

RIGHT AFTER PROM (RAP) NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT!  We currently need more volunteers for Saturday evening, May 6, 2017 during the RAP event. This event will not take place without at least 80-100 volunteers.  Please click the following link to volunteer your time and talent to make this a fun, safe and memorable event for our high school students.  http://signup.com/go/KPLDGp Volunteer questions?  Please contact Kris Hornbuckle Wehrman (kristinhwehrman@gmail.com / (563)949-7122)

Department of Education Survey:  Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) requires states to report the percent of parents with a child receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving services and results for children with IEPs. The Iowa Department of Education is gathering these data as a census for both students with and without an IEP using a brief three-question survey. Click here to take the three question survey.

PV Foundation Auction Ends Today:  Mother’s and Father’s Day are right around the corner! Get them a great present and help the PV Foundation raise money for student scholarships. Check out our online auction!  Check out the list of items below and bid at http://pleasval.org/foundation-auction/  The auction ends Friday, April 28, at 4pm.

Stay and Play Package at Keller’s Crossing at Stone Creek, 2 nights, 3 rounds of golf for four, valued at $800.  Current Bid — $400
Davenport Country Club, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $700. Current Bid — $325
Crow Valley, 1 round of golf for four, valued at $500.  Current Bid — $350
TPC at Deere Run, 1 round of golf for two, valued at $176.  Current Bid — $225
Happy Joe’s Pizza for a Year, valued at $225.  Current Bid — $250
Isabel Bloom Lucky the Elephant, valued at $36.50.  Current Bid — $35
John Deere Kid’s Tractor, valued at $300.  Current Bid — $250
HON Perch Chair, valued at $400.  Current Bid — $200
Merle Normal Bag containing make up and gift certificate, six bags available, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $28
Artswork Blown Glass Sculpture, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $55
Dwellings $50 Gift Card.  Current Bid $55
Alex and Ani Bracelet from Necker’s Jewelers, valued at $58.  Current Bid — $50
Biolage Basket, valued at $40.  Current Bid — $30
Letty’s Design and Home Decor Fresh Flower Bouquet, valued at $50.  Current Bid — $50
Letty’s Design and Home Decor $100 off a Wedding Package.  Current Bid — $0

Community Opportunities

Junior Theatre Presents Arthur and Merlin:  The newly crowned King Arthur has just pulled the famed sword from the stone, but the varying factions in his kingdom are at war. As his people turn against one another, Arthur struggles desperately to restore order. His most trusted adviser, Merlin, offers to take the young king on a journey through time to meet other great leaders facing similar challenges, including Cleopatra, Abraham Lincoln and Queen Elizabeth II Performances: Saturday, April 29 & May 6 @ 1:00pm & 4:00pm / Sunday, April 30 & May 7 @ 2:00pm  Get all the details at : www.DavenportJuniorTheatre.org

Bettendorf YMCA Cheer ClinicClick here to learn about the June 3rd clinic.

Summer Camps at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges:  Now is a great time to start planning for opportunities to keep kids learning all summer long. Eastern Iowa Community Colleges – Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges –has ½ day and full day camps for a range of ages from 3 to 17 that will be hosted in locations across our 4-county district. Here’s just a taste of what’s coming up: Outdoor wilderness, video game development, career exploration, designing for Minecraft, building computer applications, exploring CSI, culinary camp, drone camp and even Zombie camp! For the full schedule and to register, visit eicc.edu/summercamp or call toll-free 1-888-336-3907.

Young Emerging Writers Summer Internship Program Now Accepting Applications:   YEW is a selective 7-week program looking for talented graduating and continuing high school students, ages 15-19, interested in creating and publishing works of nonfiction, fiction, poetry and drama.  Each intern will receive a cash stipend, a full registration to the David R. Collins Writers Conference and a one-year membership to the Midwest Writing Center.  Click here for more information and to apply for an internship.

Eight PVHS Students Named National Merit Finalists

Posted March 6th, 2017

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Pictured Left to Right Front Row: Margarita Rasgado, Emily Suen, Hannah Humes Pictured Left to Right Back Row: Matthew Nelson, Samuel Lederman, Catherine Byrne, Patrick McMonagle, Isaac Sears

Left to Right: Millenama Prasai, Harrison Qu and Emily Nutt have been named Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Program.

Left to Right: Millenama Prasai, Harrison Qu and Emily Nutt have been named Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Merit Finalists

The faculty and staff of Pleasant Valley Community High School are pleased to announce that the following seniors were recently honored as National Merit Scholarship Finalists in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program:

Catherine Byrne, daughter of Daniel and Margaret Byrne of Bettendorf;

Hannah Humes, daughter of  Timothy and Kerry Humes of Bettendorf;

Samuel Lederman, son of Joshua and Gillian Lederman;

Patrick McMonagle, son of Robert and Denise McMonagle of Davenport;

Mathew Nelson; son of Todd and Mary Ann Nelson of Bettendorf;

Margarita Rasgado Lopez; daughter of  Jesus Rasgado Lopez and Maria Margaita Lopez Fernandez of Bettendorf;

Isaac Sears, son of Stephen and Beatrice Sears of Davenport;

Emily Suen, daughter of Benjamin Suen a
nd Jennifer Chui of Bettendorf.

To become a Finalist, a Semifinalist must have an outstanding academic record throughout the high school years, be endorsed and recommended by the school principal, and earn SAT scores that confirm the student’s earlier qualifying test performance.  The Semifinalist and a school official must submit a detailed scholarship application, which includes the student’s essay and information about the Semifinalist’s participation and leadership in school and community activities.

All National Merit Scholarship winners will be selected from this Finalist group.  Merit Scholar designees are selected on the basis of their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies, without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin, or religious preference.

Merit Scholarship winners of 2017 will be announced in four nationwide news releases beginning in April and concluding in July.  These scholarship recipients will join some 283,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.

Commended Students

The principal, Mike Zimmer, of Pleasant Valley High School announced today that Emily Nutt, daughter of  Andrew and Kari Nutt of Bettendorf, IA,  Millenama Prasai, daughter of Ganga and Bindu Prasai of LeClaire, IA, Harrison Qu,  son of Zhiming Qu and Xin Liu of  Bettendorf, IA,  have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program.  A letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by the principal to these scholastically talented seniors.

About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise.  Although they will not continue in the 2017 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2017 competition by taking the 2015 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).

“The young men and women being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC.  “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation.  We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.”

 

Pleasant Valley Junior High Presents Dear Edwina: The Musical

Posted March 2nd, 2017

For three months now, more than 70 Pleasant Valley Junior High students have been working after school on this year’s musical.  Dear Edwina follows a young girl who produces a backyard advice show with her friends from the neighborhood.  Along the way, Edwina answers advice letters with songs and dance.

It’s a fun and colorful show that features more than 30 soloists!  Our students have worked hard, so come on out and support them!  The show is Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4 at 7:00pm in the Pleasant Valley Junior High Gym.  Tickets are $5 at the door.

Check out some of the pictures.

Iowa Report Card Released

Posted January 13th, 2017

Thursday, January 12, 2017, the state launched the updated 2016 Iowa School Report Card website that provides a snapshot of how all Iowa public schools and districts are performing in eight measurable areas.  Each school will then be grouped by comparable grade configurations (e.g., elementary schools, middle schools, high schools) into one of the six overall ratings:  Exceptional, High-Performing, Commendable, Acceptable, Needs Improvement, and Priority.

The Iowa School Report Card website, http://reports.educateiowa.gov/schoolreportcard/, was developed by the Iowa Department of Education as a requirement of the 2013 education reform law. This component of the law, requires the Department to evaluate and rate schools based on their performance on the following eight measures:

The Iowa School Report Card rates schools on the following educational measures:

  • Proficiency: The percentage of students scoring proficient or better on reading and mathematics assessments.
  • Closing Achievement Gap (FRL, IEP and ELL): A measure that reflects a statewide goal of narrowing the gap in achievement for students with disabilities, students who are eligible for free and reduced-price meals, and English Language Learners.
  • Closing Achievement Gap (Minority student within school comparison): A measure that reflects a statewide goal of narrowing the gap in achievement for between minority and non-minority students. This measure reports the difference in proficiency levels between student groups within the school.
  • Closing Achievement Gap (Minority student to state average): A measure that reflects a statewide goal of narrowing the gap in achievement for between minority and non-minority students. This measure reports the difference in proficiency levels between minority students in the school to the statewide average.
  • College and Career-Ready Growth: The percentage of students who are making the year-to-year growth necessary to be ready for college and career training by the end of high school.
  • Annual Expected Growth: The percentage of students making a year of academic growth in a year’s time on reading or mathematics assessments.
  • College and Career Readiness: The percentage of students who score at or above a level of performance in reading and mathematics that predicts a higher probability of postsecondary success. (Middle/high schools only.)
  • Graduation Rate: The percentage of ninth-grade students who finished high school within five years. (High schools only.)
  • Attendance: The average daily attendance of students, which is the total number of days students were enrolled and present divided by the total number of possible attendance days.
  • Staff Retention: The percentage of teachers, school administrators and other licensed staff members who remained employed in a school over consecutive school years.
  • Parent Involvement Teacher Survey: A survey of teacher practices and perceptions of parent involvement. This measure is for information purposes only and is not included in the overall rating. This measure along with a parent survey to parents will be included in the ratings in future versions of the report card.

We believe this information can be helpful in our goal of having the finest academic and extra-curricular programs in the state. Not in some things but in everything. Not for some kids but for every kid. However, student performance data only tells part of the story about how our schools are doing. Our belief as a district is that it is critical that we maintain a mindset of continuous improvement for all of our programs, learners and staff. Working with our schools to support high learning expectations for your child(ren) is a critical component to achieving excellent outcomes for each and every student.

PV Sends 68 Students to Statewide Music Festivals

Posted November 23rd, 2016

PV Musicians certainly have a lot to be thankful for!  The weekend before Thanksgiving 68 PV musicians traveled to Ames, Ia. to take part in the All State and OPUS Festivals.  We congratulate our singers and players who’ve earned this honor.

OPUS Honor Choir

6th Grade

Front Row L to R: Bryce Vining, Leah Mendelin (solo finalist) and Rhema Saddler

Back Row L to R: Ava Burmahl, Shobini Iyer (solo finalist), Lexi Pelzer and Matthew Murphy

7/8th Grade

Front Row L to R: Caroline Sierk, Ebby Barber, Erika Holmberg, Beth Mooy, Isa Burkhart (small group), and Ujan Roybandyopadhyay

Middle Row L to R: Ryan Saddler, Logan Paul, Gabe Johnson, Taze Wilson, Ethan Ferry, and Maegan Neil

Back Row L to R:  Ethan Kilcoin, Rachel Lyon, Lukas Ager, Ben Curran, Charlie Crouse and Anna Arms

9th Grade

Front Row L to R:  Morgan McCartney, Grace Almgren, Maddie Murphy, and Molly Bimm

Back Row L to R:  John Mendelin, Dalton Hout, Amy Oberhart and Ciyanna Wilson

All State

Front Row R to L: Roshni Nair, Choir, Samina Abdullah, Choir, Sophia Xiao, Orchestra, Maureen Thomsen, Band, Millenama Prasai, Band, Carrie Peterson, Band, Olivia Heckel, Band, Jonathan Hahm, Band, Daniela Rybarczyk,Orchestra, Madison Wells, Choir, and Megan Maloney, Choir

Middle Row R to L: Michael Guhin, Choir, Nate Lyon, Choir, Brendan Wheeler, Choir, Sean Wallace, Choir, Zachary Myatt, Choir, Joe Clifton, Choir, Ian Applington, Band, Cate Byrne, Choir, Lauren Brewer, Choir,  Keshav Wagle, Band and  Vincent Gnad, Choir

Back Row R to L: Alex Jungers, Choir, Elizabeth Lindmark, Choir, Bailey Connors, Choir, Halle Fish, Choir, Veronica Henderson, Orchestra, Lauren Carroll, Choir, Annie Warner, Orchestra, Claire Thomsen, Band,  Ellie Zupancic, Choir, Ellie Kurth, Choir, Ethan Good, Band

Not pictured Andrew Sandry and Ruth Davidson

PVHS Art Teacher, Devin Hanson, Named Art Teacher of the Year

Posted October 3rd, 2016

web1-devin-hansonMr. Hanson has only been teaching for a few years
at PVHS and is already getting recognized for his work with students.  Art Educators of Iowa are recognizing Mr. Hanson as Outstanding Secondary Art Teacher of the Year.

A college professor nominated Mr. Hanson for the award and a committee of his peers chose him for the honor.  He said it’s something he wasn’t expecting, as he is a younger teacher.

“I’m very grateful to be honored with this award,” he said in his statement to the committee. “You don’t take on a career in education for the recognition or fame. When you become a teacher, you are making a commitment to better the lives of yweb3our students and your community, no matter what it takes.”

Mr. Hanson said what he enjoys most about teaching the time he has to get to understand his students.

“As an art teacher, I have more time to talk to the students and really know them,” he said.

During the day, he sees a wide variety of students:  some are talented artists; some are using their art skills to work in a trade.

“Students who invest themselves in art are a class all their own,” he said.  “These students all have different personalities, but are the most creative people in the world. Over the last three years of my teaching career, my goal has been to reach these students and instill the values of art education, whether they pursue art in the future or not. I once heard an administrator say, ‘we are in the people industry.’  This is very true in the world of education, as we are producing individuals who have the skills to change the world we live in.”

web4Mr. Hanson received his award at the AEI banquet in Burlington, Ia.

on October 1.  He stressed he would not be able to do quality work without the support of the Pleasant Valley Community School District.

“It is rewarding to be in a district that values the arts as much as they do, and they have provided me with more than enough tools to be successful.”

 

Reflections Art Competition

Posted October 3rd, 2016

New Director of Elementary Education

Posted October 3rd, 2016

Pleasant Valley Community School District is pleased to introduce you to its new Director of Elementary Education, Dr. Cindy Lewis.  Dr. Lewis comes to PV with vast experience and knowledge about our youngest students.  Dr. Lewis started her career teaching preschool, and taught for several years at different elementary grade levels.  She also served as literacy specialist and principal in the Davenport Community School District.  Most recently, she served as the literacy coordinator for the Mississippi Bend Area Educational Agency, helping 21 school districts implement new state reading standards.

“I am so lucky to come on at PV,” Dr. Lewis said.  “We have a great legacy, so I’m lucky to step into this spot.”

Dr. Lewis said she’s looking forward to building on PV’s successes.

“I many not have a lot of answers, but I have a lot of questions.”  Her outside perspective allows her to ask why PV does something a certain way and work with administrators and staff to make sure it’s what’s best for students.  This fall, she’ll work with each grade level on some of those questions, especially when it comes to literacy.

“I would like to help teachers take a closer look at the work they are doing,” she said.  “I also will work to make sure all students have a 90 minute reading block.”

Dr. Lewis has a doctorate of educational leadership and lives in Bettendorf with her husband, Robert.  She has three children, who all graduated from Pleasant Valley, and six grandchildren.

PV Teacher Named Iowa Elementary PE Teacher of the Year

Posted June 27th, 2016

web4-TOY-May-2016-(51)Hopewell PE Teacher, Justin Wiese, has been named the Iowa Elementary Physical Education Teacher of the Year.  Mr. Wiese teaches Hopewell’s 545 students alongside Mr. Merrill and both work each day to challenge the kids.

“I want to look back and say I taught 35 years, instead of one  year 35 times,” Mr. Wiese said.  It’s a mantra his first principal, Jill Anderson taught him.  After he graduated PE Major of the Year from University of Northern Iowa, Mr. Wiese took a position in the Norwalk Community School District.  Jill Anderson motivated Mr. Wiese to be a teacher and not a placeholder in student’s schedules.

“I don’t want to stay content,” he said.  “I constantly push myself to get new ideas.”  You can see the fun the kids are having daily on his twitter account, where he posts videos of the students pushing themselves beyond what they thought possible.

“Seeing kids enjoy moving is what makes it fun,” he said.  “I loved sports growing up but I’m too short to play professionally, so I get to teach future athletes for a living.”

The statewide accolade comes at a particularly important time in Mr. Wiese’s life.  In the last few years, he’s lost his brother, grandfather, grandmother and cousin.  Last year, he was out for a considerable amount of time due to illness.

“This award has truly been a blessing,” he said.  “Laying in a hospital bed made me realize how much I really enjoy what I do.”

Mr. Wiese says he knows he’s in the right job.

“I truly believe that this is what God has called me to do!”

Mr. Wiese will accept the 2016 Elementary PE Teacher of the Year award on June 21 at the Iowa Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention at Simpson College in Indianola.

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