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Peter Muhlenberg Mission Statement Peter Muhlenberg Middle School will:

Provide a professional learning environment where everyone can learn and can achieve successfully the high expectations set by the state of Virginia and our community.
Commit to a program which enables all students to make continuous progress until they reach and surpass those standards.

      Principal:  Gina Stetter                Assistant Principal:  Holly Sheffield                      1251 Susan Avenue    Woodstock, VA 22664   Phone:  459-2941

********* Our student day begins at 8:00 and ends at 3:08.*********

 Spring Break - Friday, April 18 and Monday, April 21

Calendar changes to our present school year:
May 2 is now a full day rather than a 1:00 dismissal.
June 12 is now a full day rather than a 1:00 dismissal.
June 13 is now the last day of school with a 1:00 dismissal.
June 16 is now a professional work day for staff

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Daily schedules as well as early release and 1 hour and 2 hour delay schedules can be found under school info.


                              Schools Collect Old Phone Books

The top school receives $200 and the top 3 classrooms in that school each receive an iPad.  Watch the video below for more information.

                              Big Give 2014
                          Click here for more information
                                       Click here for link to NVD article

Month of April...
John Robert Rimel visits the Ellen Show

All County Band

All county Band - 50 students from PMMS, SKMS, and NFMS - Guest Conductor is Darrell Parman, a former Muhlenberg fauclty member.  

Yarn People
6th grade students were introduced to the basics of waving.  To make it more fun they created figures that are bendable.  Each student added their own characteristics to make them original and creative.

Author Visits PMMS - Kristin Levine

    Three PMMS Students Performing with 
             Select Regional Orchestra

Palmer      moore       baker  
Annabelle Palmer                  Jennifer Moore                        Layla Baker
B Orchestra                             B Orchestra                                B Orchestra
Violin 1                                   Cello                                          Violin 1       

                              Click here to read complete article    
______________________________________________________________         Three PMMS Students Recognized at the
                 VECCA Sponsored Art Show

Congratulations to:

Excellence Award                     Excellence Award         
Coy Jimenez                              Lander Barbour                    
"Nike: in Pencil                          "Tree Top in Green" Tempra

                         Merit Award
 Jennifer Moore                         
                          "Skull" Watercolor

All VECCA art work can be viewed at the County Office Building.


                                  Kite Flying

Ms. Combs brings her class to the library each week for a story read by Ms. Heres and an activity put together by Ms. Poole. This week's book was Kite Flying by Grace Lin. After reading the book the students and teachers went outside to fly kites in what turned out to be perfect kite-flying weather. This activity was clearly a big hit.



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Dress Up Days in recognition of Autism Awareness Week
Monday - Be Comfortable in Your Own Skin (Wear P.J.'s)
Tuesday - Different is Good (Wear clothes that don't match)
Wednesday - Light it Up (Wear Blue)
Thursday - Taste the Rainbow (Wear Your Grade/Team Color)
                   6th - Dysart - Purple & Kinciad - Yellow
                   7th - Newcomer - Blue & Long - Orange
                   8th - Jones - Green & Boyden - Red
Friday - Unique is Cool (Be Yourself)


                                          Town Projects

The 8
th Grade Civics classes worked in groups of 3 and were responsible for researching, writing, and building a small scale replica of a town. Students  researched the leadership structure, laws, zoning, and layout of Shenandoah County and applied that knowledge to their own town.  They completed a one page writing assignment pertaining to their research.  This project is a review of the SOLs on local government (CE.6 and CE.8).

School announcements are heard by the students each morning.  Below are recordings of those announcements.

Wednesday, April 23

Tuesday, April 22

Thursday, April 17

Wednesday, April 16

Tuesday, April 15

Monday, April 14