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Spartan String Musicians Play in SEISTA Honor Orchestra

Posted February 14th, 2019

Spartan Nation is incredibly proud of the awesome young musicians that were part of the SEISTA (South Eastern Iowa String Teacher’s Association) Honor Orchestra at the end of January! Selected string players from South Eastern Iowa schools spent a day rehearsing as well as performing a concert, which was held at Bettendorf High School. The following PV students were selected and participated in the event! Way to go Spartans!

2019 SEISTA HS Honors Orchestra Members:

Jeanelle Cho – Violin I

Maddie Anthony – Violin I

Lila Teitle – Violin II

Uma Kasichianula – Violin II

Grace Davidson – Viola

Emily Preston – Cello

Grace Welveart – Bass

2019 SEISTA JH Honors Orchestra Members:

Lee Kim- Violin I
Thi Phan- Violin I
Xin-Yan Chan- Violin II
Caleb Swinney- Violin II
Anni Desai- Viola
Jessie Parker- Viola
Carl Rekow- Viola
Kyle Almgren- Cello
Meredith Mohr- Cello
Trevor Zimmerman- Cello

2019 SEISTA Cadet Orchestra Members:

5th Grade:
Johann Deutmeyer-Violin
Avalon Anderson-Viola

6th Grade:
Victoria Rice-Violin
Emma Schrag-Violin
Maddie Sierk-Violin
Saipreeti Srinivasan-Violin
Cassie Garner-Viola
Laura Chen-Cello
Alika Cho-Cello
Regan Resig-Cello

Look out State, Here Comes PV Robotics!

Posted January 2nd, 2019

Throughout November and December, robotics loving PV students have participated in a variety of FLL (First Lego League) Tournaments in and around the QC Area, and have had much success!  These students have to work in teams to build their robot and complete a series of robot obstacles.  Depending on their success, teams can receive awards, and even advance to the state level tournament, which is just what six PV teams did!

Below are the tournament dates, the team names, and the awards they received at their competitions!


  • Riverdale Rocks Robots – Blue: Project Honorable Mention & Advanced to State Championship
  • Riverdale Rocks Robots – Gray: Project Award & Advanced to State Championship


  • W.A.R.P We Are Robot People – PVJH: Advanced to State Championship


  • Big Blue World – Nemo – Riverdale Heights: Judges Award
  • Blue – Riverdale Heights: Judges Award
  • The Brick Fast Club – Cody Elementary: Core Values Award

The State Robotics Championship Tournament takes place on January 19th and 20th.  Best of luck to all our PV teams!

Journalism Students Represent at IHSPA Journalism Conference

Posted November 27th, 2018

Extra,extra, read all about it! This fall, the University of Iowa hosted the Iowa High School Press Association (IHSPA) Journalism Conference and PVCSD came to REPRESENT!

The Spartan Shield was 1 of 5 finalists in the state for News Team of the Year. PVHS Publications students also earned the 3rd place award for Yearbook of the Year for the 2017-2018 Yearbook.

Additionally, Lily Williams was awarded the 1st place trophy in the On-the-Spot News Writing contest portion of the conference. Well done, young journalists! PVCSD is proud!

Alton Barber Selected for Hoover Uncommon Student Award

Posted October 23rd, 2018

Here at PVCSD, our students are very well known for accomplishing many things, in and out of the classroom. Today, we would like to take time to congratulate Alton Barber for being selected as a Hoover Uncommon Student earlier this month!
To participate in the Uncommon Student Awards Program, students applied as high school juniors in March. The Foundation then selected 15 finalists from across Iowa to participate, where they would each develop a philanthropic program of their own design and continue to work on it over the summer.
Each student was awarded $1,500 for their efforts. Three were selected by a panel of judges for an additional $5,000 scholarship award and our very own Alton Barber was one of the three!
His project was titled, ‘Big Blue World.’ “My program gives students in second through sixth grades with learning differences a chance to participate in FIRST robotics at the same level as any other team,” Barber said. “My goal was for the students to have fun and get exposure to some basic robotics principles. Intense competition was not our goal, and we all got a lot out of the experience!” he added.
PVCSD is proud and impressed, Alton! Well done! 
*All information provided in a press release from the Hoover Presidential Foundation.
PV Boys Golfers Bring Home Best Finish at State in PVHS History

Posted October 8th, 2018

After a weekend filled with tough weather, the Pleasant Valley Spartans Boys Golf Team are the 2018 IHSAA 4A State Golf Runners-Up!  This is the best finish at the State tournament for Spartan Boys Golf in PVHS history.

Two Spartans were also individual medal winners: Sophomores Jack Dumas, finishing 7th, and Jack Roemer, finishing 6th.

Way to go Spartans!


PVHS Senior Carli Spelhaug Selected for IGHSAU Student Athlete Advisory Committee

Posted September 25th, 2018

*Information provided by IGHSAU

PVHS Senior Carli Spelhaug has been selected to serve on the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Student Athlete Advisory Committee.  The group held its first meeting Wednesday, September 12 at the IGHSAU offices in West Des Moines.

Spelhaug is a senior at Pleasant Valley High School who participates on the Spartans’ basketball, track and softball teams. She was a starter on Pleasant Valley’s two-time defending Class 5A state softball championship teams. Carli will play college softball and states that her favorite subjects are math and science.

The 11-member committee is comprised of female student-athletes representing various sized schools across Iowa. Two female athletes from each of the state’s four districts (NE, SE, NW, SW), along with three “at-large” representatives were selected to two-year terms and will meet on issues related to girls high school athletic activities in Iowa.  Committee members act as a voice for Iowa’s female student-athletes and as a sounding board for the IGHSAU’s Representative Council and Board of Directors.

Committee members will also assist in the promotion of the educational values of interscholastic athletics. The committee will discuss and provide feedback for issues dealing with sportsmanship, safety, student leadership and participation. Committee members will also serve as student ambassadors at various state tournaments throughout the year.

The IGHSAU Student Athlete Advisory Committee members for the 2018-19 school year are: Carly Campbell of Williamsburg; Jasmine Rumley of Ankeny; Sydney Hartsock of Creston; Nashua-Plainfield’s Faith Carpenter; Halle Brester of Sergeant Bluff-Luton; Payton Douglass of Panorama; Sydney Lane of Grand View Christian; Reegan Zinkula of Grundy Center, Carlee Spelhaug of Pleasant Valley; Maddie Peterson of Central DeWitt; and Riley Bell from Central Decatur.


2018-19 IGHSAU Student Athlete Advisory Committee: Front Row (L-R): Reegan Zinkula, Grundy Center; Payton Douglass, Panorama; Sydney Hartsock, Creston; Faith Carpenter, Nashua-Plainfield. Back Row (L-R): Sydney Lane, Grand View Christian; Halle Brester, Sergeant Bluff-Luton; Carli Spelhaug, Pleasant Valley; Carly Campbell, Williamsburg; Riley Bell, Central Decatur; Maddie Peterson, Central DeWitt, Jasmine Rumley, Ankeny. 

PV Softball State Champions for Second Year in a Row

Posted July 23rd, 2018

CONGRATULATIONS to the 5A State Softball Champions, our PV Girls Softball Team, for the SECOND year in a row!  The lady Spartans were ranked Number 1 headed into the State Tournament, and were ready to defend their title as play started on July 18th.  PV Softball to the W in each game, first in the quarter-finals against Iowa City High, then in the semi-finals against West Des Moines Valley, and finally in the championship game against Indianola.

This was the team’s third consecutive appearance in the championship game in the last three years, and they are now the first team to win a back to back championship in the 5A division since West Des Moines Valley in 2007-08.  Way to go Spartans, we are so proud!

Student Summer Opportunities

Posted May 15th, 2018

The end of the school year is quickly approaching and there are many activities your student can get involved in to stay busy while school is out of session!  Below is a list of opportunities for a variety of age levels (labeled with who can participate) to fill their summer with fun and continued learning!  All opportunities are outside of the PVCSD system and are throughout the community.

More opportunities may be added to this list and will be updated on this post. Be sure to check periodically so you don’t miss something your student might love!


212 STEAM Labs Summer Camps

  • 212 STEAM Labs has summer camps for all ages and guarantee they will be fun, highly hands on, interactive, and a great way to learn new hobbies and interests! All classes are taught by certified teachers/retired teachers in the area.  Click here to learn about their opportunities

Augustana Boys and Girls Basketball Camps

  • Boys Camps – Get your 2nd – 11th grade basketball player set for the summer and enroll them in the Boys Grey Giovanine Basketball Camp at Augustana College! Click here for details!
  • Girls Camps – If basketball is your athlete’s favorite sport, get them involved in the 2nd – 11th grade girls Mark Beinborn Basketball Camp at Augustana College! Click here to learn more!

Bettendorf Life Fitness Center Summer Tennis Camps

Bettendorf Public Library Summer Reading Program

Black Hawk College Materials Day Camp

Camp Kesem at Augustana College

Figge Art Museum Summer Classes

  • Fridays at the Figge – Give your young artist the chance to hone their skills this summer! Students in grades K – 2nd or 3rd – 5th can participate in this program.  Click here for all the details!
  • Art in the Middle – The Figge wants to work with you middle schooler and give them five days and five ways they can explore art! Classes work on a variety of artistic skills and are intended for students in 6th – 8th  Click here to learn more!

Iowa Department of Human Rights Youth Summit

  • Join the Iowa Department of Human Rights at their Annual Human Rights Youth Summit!  This is a fun filled day that allows students to obtain tools of knowledge to put in their “backpack,” such as knowing their rights, making a difference in their community, words that matter, and more!  This is a FREE event for Iowa’s young adults in high school or college, sponsored by Grand View University with lunch provided, on August 8th at the Grand View University Student Center.  Click here to get all the details and to sign up!


Mississippi Bend AEA Kid University and College for Kids

One Eighty – Faith Through Hoops Basketball Camp

  • Join Quad Cities non-profit One Eighty and University of Iowa basketball standout, Mike Gesell, for a basketball camp this summer!  One Eighty is a community non-profit that works closely with area schools to serve the needs of kids to prevent cycles of poverty, addictions, and crisis.  Come to this camp and learn new skills, while helping the community!  Click here for full details.

Pioneer Village Young Pioneers Day Camps

  • Encourage your child to explore, learn about nature, and make lots of new friends by participating in the Young Pioneers Day Camps with Pioneer Village! There are week long sessions throughout June, July, and August for students 6-12 years old.  Click here to get more information on this opportunity!

Putnam Museum Summer Camps

  • There are TONS of opportunities for your student to have a summer full of fun and learning at the Putnam Museum! Click here to learn about their camps ranging from Harry Potter Camp, to Survival Camp, to Young Meteorologists Camp, to Anyone Can Cook Camp, and many more! (offered for a variety of age ranges, info available in link above)

Quad City Area Young Writer’s Camp

  • Is your student looking for an opportunity to explore and create more personal writing? Have them join the Young Writer’s Camp taking place at St. Ambrose University!  Students will spend the week learning about a variety of creative techniques and developing a community of fellow writers.  Click here for full details!

Quad City Engineering and Science Council Engineering Camps

  • Registration is now openfor the 10th annual QCESC Engineering Kids 1 Day Camps, held July 23- July 27, 2018 at the Putnam Museum and Science Center in Davenport.  The camp is a collaboration between the QCESC, the Putnam Museum and the Iowa State University College of Engineering, who design and lead the camp.  Each of the one day camps will include three, fun educational hand-on activities including LEGO robotics with challenges for various student experience levels.  Details and registration available by clicking here or register online by clicking here!

Shine On, Inc. Summer Theatre Camps

  • Shine On, Inc. is offering two, all-inclusive summer theatre workshops for individuals who are chronologically OR developmentally between the ages of 6-12. Individuals both with and without disabilities are encouraged to register!  Shine On, Inc. is in need of both participants and volunteers to accompany participants throughout the workshop.  Click here to learn how to get involved!

St. Ambrose Health Careers Adventure Camp

St. Ambrose Engineering Boot Camp

  • Register your young engineer for the St. Ambrose University Engineering Boot Camp and give them the chance to explore engineering fields in depth with hands on projects in multiple disciplines! Click here for more information and registration!

St. Ambrose Library Digital Film Summer Camp

  • Give your entering 6th – 8th grade student the opportunity to learn all about digital filmmaking! Students will work on story boarding, script writing, filming, editing and much more.  Click here for full details on the camp!

Western Illinois QC Campus Summer Youth Programs

  • Math on the Mississippi – Dive into the world of Math with this camp for 4th-6th graders and 6th-8th graders! Participants will explore STEM related topics and have engaging projects and discussions about how they relate to the real world.  Click here for more information!
  • Muggles in a Wizard’s World – Explore the Harry Potter series through literature, writing, art, and science with the Muggles in a Wizard’s World camp! Must be a Harry Potter lover and in 5th – 7th grade to participate.  Click here for full details!
  • Words and Music: The Art of Songwriting – Does your student love music and want to learn more about creating their own? Then The Art of Songwriting is the program for them!  This program is for 9th-12th graders who want to learn the basics of song structure, rhyme, lyric writing, and more.  Click here for program information!
  • STEAM in the 21st Century – Your 8th-10th grade student will love this engaging hands-on commuter summer program where they will explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math in a variety of projects! Click here to learn more about this opportunity!

Western Illinois University Women’s Basketball Camp

  • The Western Illinois University Women’s Basketball program is offering a basketball camp to incoming 5th-9th grade students! This will be an overnight camp where the campers will get the opportunity to stay in one of the residence halls, Corbin Olson!  If you have any additional questions or would like more information, please contact Associate Head Coach Seth Minter at   You can register online at:

Out of state Opportunities:

Alma College Summer Camps

  • Looking for a chance to experience a variety of summer camps while traveling to a different state?  Check out the range of camps offered at Alma College in Michigan, including performing arts camps, academic camps, and athletic camps; something for everyone!  Click here for the full list of camps with more information!
PV Sweeps Regional 6th Grade Math Bee

Posted April 23rd, 2018

During the recent Regional Math Bee, PV swept the competition and took home 1st through 4th place! 🎉 6th grade Students from 24 teams competed in the bee and all five PV elementary schools placed within the top 10. In the team competition, Riverdale Heights finished first, Hopewell second, Pleasant View third, Cody fourth, and Bridgeview ninth. Riverdale Heights student Jack Cabay also placed first in the individual rankings.

Way to go PV 6th graders, #SpartanNation is extremely proud of your math skills!


PVJH 5th Annual Poetry Slam shows off Student Creativity

Posted April 11th, 2018

On Tuesday, March 27th, 35 8th-grade students performed at the 5th-Annual Poetry Slam Celebration! This celebration was a compilation of the top poem performances from the school slam held the week before spring break.

The audience heard about students’ frustrations, fears, desires, aspirations, and passions, and it was a huge hit! A giant thank you to the parents and teachers who encouraged and supported the voices of PVJH’s students.

Here are just a few photos from the evening! Way to show off your creativity 8th grade!

Leading Tones Jazz Choir sing their way to 2nd in the State

Posted March 28th, 2018

At the Iowa Vocal Jazz Championships, the PVHS Jazz Choir the Leading Tones finished in 2nd place for 4A Jazz Choirs on March 27th! This is the highest finish for the Leading Tones choir in its history.

During the state competition, auditions were also held for the All-State Jazz Choir, which performs in July.  Multiple PV students were selected to the All-State Jazz Choir: Roshni Nair, John Mendelin, and Brendan Roethler.  Roshni and Brendan were also selected as the 4A Outstanding Soloists! Congratulations to these outstanding vocalists, PVCSD is so proud of you!


Posted March 19th, 2018

Following the PTA Reflections program that took place at PVHS, many students went on to compete at the state-wide competition. PVCSD would like to recognize all 30 students who received an award at the state level! PV had 11 students place 1st and 6 students place 2nd, which qualifies them to represent our district at the national competition. We are so proud of all the creative and hard work done by these students! Congratulations, students and families, for this impressive accolade and best of luck at Nationals!



Posted February 22nd, 2018

Each year, the Quad City Youth Symphony Orchestra features a student soloist during one of its concert programs. This year, both the Grand Prize winner and the Second Place, Youth Symphony Prize winner are Pleasant Valley student musicians!  Grand prize performs their concerto with the Quad City Symphony Orchestra at the Side-by-Side Concert, and the Youth Symphony Prize winner plays their’s at the QCSYEs Winter Festival Concert.

Ethan Good, senior trumpet player, is the Grand Prize winner. Ethan has been playing trumpet for six years, and plays in the marching, concert, and jazz bands, and in the regular and pit orchestras.

Keshav Wagle, senior oboe player, is the Youth Symphony Prize winner in the competition. Keshav has been playing the oboe for six years and also plays piano and cello, all while being a very involved student at PV in all things musical and theater related.

Keshav will be performing during the QCSYEs Winter Festival this Sunday, 2/25 at 3:00 p.m. in Centennial Hall. Ethan will take the stage later in the spring, on April 29th at the Adler Theatre with the QCSO.

For more information on the QCSO and for ticket purchase to watch these masterful PV students, visit

*Information provided by the Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra


Posted January 23rd, 2018

Let’s give a big Spartan congratulations to all the Junior High and High School band students who were accepted to the Southeast Iowa District Honor Band! Students performed Saturday, January 22 at Iowa City West High School. This is the second highest honor a band student can receive. Way to go musicians!

High School Students Accepted (listed by arrangement in photo):
Row 1 L-R: Amuyla Pillutla (Clarinet), Jenna Ruccolo (Clarinet), Shreya Khurjekar (Clarinet), Sakshi Lawande (Clarinet), Erin Woodford (Clarinet).
Row 2 L-R: Veronica Henderson (Bassoon), Nico Moralez (Euphonium), Nick Kamp (Euphonium), Emma Tews (Flute), Annika Schulz (Trumpet),
Row 3 L-R: Aman Manazir (Tenor Saxophone), Allison Suen (Oboe), Miranda Miller (French Horn), Madison Brady (French Horn), and Aadil Manazir (Percussion). Jackson Schou (Drum Set) was selected to the Honor Jazz Band.

Junior High Students Accepted (listed by arrangement in photo):

Row 1 L-R: Katie Lee (clarinet), Catherine Moore (flute), Erika Holmberg (trumpet), Harper Clark (euphonium), Lily Law (bassoon), Ashley Lindquist (horn), and Jillian Keppy (flute)
Row 2 L-R: Ryan Thoreson (trombone), Tarun Annavajjula (percussion), Vinay Joshi (percussion), Daniel Marshall (flute), Caleb Swinney (percussion), Vishnu Challa (clarinet), Ujan RoyBandyopadhyay (clarinet), and Arsh Manazir (alto sax)


Posted January 12th, 2018

Last week, the PVHS Black Box theater transformed into a fairy tale land for the children’s theater production of Little Red Robin Hood! PV 3rd graders got to experience the theater up close and personal with different performances for each school group. The Black Box was filled with laughter and smiles throughout the whole show! Thanks PVHS performers for sharing your skills with your young audience!


Posted November 29th, 2017

The Pleasant Valley Sparkles were the guests of honor at this year’s Happy Joe’s Kids Foundation Luncheon on November 17th!  During the event, nearly 300 guests were invited to purchase items from vendors, enjoy lunch, and listen to featured speaker Linda Mullen, the Executive Director of the Sparkles.  Following Mullen’s speech, the PV Sparkles took stage and cheered, and were then presented with a surprise Lifetime Grant from the Happy Joe’s Kids Foundation.  This grant can be used in any the growing cheer squad sees fit.

The Happy Joe’s Kids Foundation is a foundation that raises money and awareness for special needs, and uses that money to support local programs, like the Sparkles, that promote inclusivity and mindfulness.

Thank you, Happy Joe’s, for loving the PV Sparkles as much as we do, and for your continual support of this organization!

*Photos courtesy of Happy Joe’s


Posted November 16th, 2017

On November 10th and 11th, six PVHS mathematics students travelled to the Harvard-MIT Math Tournament!  Along with other over 800 other mathematically gifted students, the PV math team participated in different individual and team math challenges that were written by MIT and Harvard undergraduates.  Each round was designed to test and engage the teams, as well as encourage new bonds and friendships to be made beyond the students’ home school teams.  Spartan Nation is proud to support the bright students in our math program as they excel!

Students in photo from left to right:  Sanjiv Iyer (10th), Collin Smith (12th), Aditya Desai (10th), Vishwajit Subramanian (12th), Darsh Balani (10th), Aadil Manazir (10th)


Posted November 1st, 2017

Spartan Nation is proud to have another state title from the XC team! The immense PV running talent was showcased on October 28th in Fort Dodge at the State Cross Country meet.  After an intense race in the chilly weather, the Pleasant Valley Boys Cross Country avenged their performance from last year by winning the state title.  Falling to Dowling Catholic by only two points during last year’s state meet, the runners came in to the race more motivated than ever to come out on top.

This championship is the first for the Boy’s XC since 2008, and the fourth title for the program. They claimed 61 points during the race, with five runners finishing in the top 20.  Konnor Sommer came in fourth place, followed by Anthony Pena at ninth, Gavin Smith at 11th, Ian Kaffenberger at 18th, and Parker Huhn at 20th.

Donate to the Student Hunger Drive

Posted October 11th, 2017

Students across the Quad Cities are competing in this year’s Student Hunger Drive.  Pleasant Valley’s Spartan Assembly heads up the district’s efforts.  You can donate in several ways and at several events until November 8, 2017.  Follow @SpartanAssembly on twitter for the latest. Below is a list of events organized by Spartan Assembly that district students, families, and friends of PVCSD are welcome to attend. In addition, we would love support from local businesses. For more information about business donation opportunities, please contact Emma Horsfield at

Why: 1 in 5 children in our area and 1 in 8 adults are missing meals, not by choice, due to not having enough food. The River Bend Foodbank collects and then distributes food to more than 300 charitable organizations in the surrounding area. This amounts to millions of meals each year. The Student Hunger Drive (SHD) helps the River Bend Foodbank to stock their shelves each fall. The foodbank also has other programs – mobile food pantry sites 10 to 15 times a month, backpack programs that provide children with food to take home over the weekend, food pantries in hospitals, and senior programs – that focus on reducing the number of people who are food insecure.

How: Spartan Assembly, the student council group at PVHS, coordinates and carries several different events to support the SHD. Elementary schools in our district and the junior high are also encouraged to plan events geared toward raising both food and funds.

DONATE ONLINE:  Donations can be made on River Bend Foodbank website. On the Donate page  there is a box titled “In Memorial/In Honor of”. This is where your donors will want to type” Pleasant Valley Student Hunger Drive”, in order to keep track of any donations that are made in the name of PVHS. These will be converted to 1.5 pounds for every dollar donated.

Wednesday, Oct 11th from 3:00-9:00pm – Your Pie Davenport Pizza Restaurant Fundraiser: Enjoy a night out for dinner and support SHD! Show this flyer to the cashier (printed or on your phone) and 15% of your bill will be donated to the cause! Your Pie is located at 4520 E 53rd St in Davenport.

Thursday, October 12th @ 7:00pm – Improv Night: Come to the high school and enjoy a night of improvisation! There will be a chance to support Hunger Drive during the show, so bring some extra cash!

Tuesday, October 17th from 4:00-8:00pm – Panera Restaurant Fundraiser: Enjoy a night out for dinner and support SHD! Show a printout of this flyer to the cashier when you order and a portion of your bill will be donated to the cause! Panera is located at 414 West Kimberly Road in Davenport.

Friday, October 20th from 3:30-5:00pm – LulaRoe Fundraiser: Come one, come all to purchase some cute, comfortable clothes and support Student Hunger Drive at the same time. At least one LulaRoe consultant will be set up in the PVHS library for you to shop and a generous portion of each item’s cost will be donated back to support SHD! If you’re not able to attend, there will be an online Facebook party that you can purchase from over the weekend. Emaiil Megan Dixon at for more information.

Saturday, October 21st from 11:00am – 1:00pm – Powderpuff Football @ Spartan Stadium: Head over to the football field at the high school to witness some amazing flag football skills! Students will form teams and play for the chance to be crowned the queens of Powderpuff! Registration forms are due to Mrs. Dixon by October 16th.


Monday, October 23rd from 7:00 – 9:00pm – Reverse Powderpuff Volleyball in the ABC gym: Come out to support your favorite boys’ volleyball team on their quest to be #1! Registration forms are due to Mrs. Dixon by October 16th.

Wednesday, October 25th from 3:00 – 9:00pm – Pancheros Restaurant Fundraiser: Enjoy a night out for dinner and support SHD! Show this flyer to the cashier (printed or on your phone) and 15% of your bill will be donated to the cause! Pancheros is located at 4888 Utica Ridge in Davenport.

Wednesday, October 25th from 7:00-9:00pm – Trivia Night: dMore details to come!

Friday, October 27th from 1:00 – 3:30pm – PV Drama presents Haunted Theater @ PVHS theater: Enjoy your day off of school and some spooky fun with you friends. Tickets are $3 or get a $1 off if you bring a donation for Hunger Drive!

Saturday, October 28th from 3:00pm @ Bettendorf High School – QC Dodgeball Tournament: Form a team to play dodgeball and compete against students from other area schools. The winning team will earn cash toward their school’s Student Hunger Drive total!

Tuesday, October 31st from 5:00-7:00pm in Bettendorf and 6:00-8:00pm in LeClaire – Trick-or-Treating for Cans: Instead of just trick or treating for cans, support the SHD by also asking your neighbors if they’d like to donate food to the Hunger Drive. Take a wagon to help you haul all that food! The food you collect can be brought to school the next morning.

Wednesday, November 8th – Last day for food and monetary donations: All collected food will be loaded up at the high school on November 9th and transported to the River Bend Foodbank, so final donations must be at PVHS by November 8th. The elementary schools and the junior high may have an earlier final collection date due to the need to transport their donations to the high school.




Pleasant Valley Junior High Play, September 23 & 24

Posted September 18th, 2017

Pleasant Valley Junior High actors have been busy this school year.  Less than a month after school began, students are putting on a play!  Students auditioned in the spring and had the summer to prepare on their own.  Rehearsals started the first day of school.  You can see all their hard work on Saturday, September 23rd, at 7:00pm or on Sunday, September 24th, at 1:00pm.  Both performances are in the Black Box Theatre at the High School.

Students are performing Oh, What a Tangled Web by John R. Carroll. On an impulse, a young girl makes up a story, and
the complications that result from it are extremely funny. Suddenly needing an excuse, the girl fumbles for a moment and then blurts out that there has been a death in the family. Actually, the only thing wrong in this family is that the cat is missing. In any case, people start coming over to express their concern and sympathy. The parents think they’re referring to the missing cat and the hilarious complications just continue to multiply!

Jan Wilson ………………………………………Caroline Sierk
Chris Wilson …………………………………… Cassel Friemel
Frank Wilson ……………………………………… Evan Freese
Shirley Wilson ………………………………… Miranda Croll
Mr. Quigley ……………………………………… Anna Arms
Mrs. Quigley ………………………….……… Madelyn Rode
Tim Scarlotta …………………………………… Ethan Kilcoin
Stan Glowacki ………………………Jackson Brandstetter

Director …………………………………… Lyra VanLanduyt
Assistant Stage Director ……………………… Harper Clark
Sound ……………………………………… Alyse Zuiderveen
Costume, Hair, and Make-up …………………………………
Josie Olderog, Catherine Moore, Emilee Stock
Lighting …………………………………………… Lydia Wilson



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