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NVD sponsored a contest asking art students to create ads for local businesses. The ads were then submitted to businesses and the business selected the ad. Watch the video to see what ads were chosen from those submitted by PMMS art students.
Our school is proud to announce
that the FCCLA at Peter Muhlenberg Middle School just received NATIONAL
recognition for all of their hard work!
Peter Muhlenberg Middle School FCCLA has been
selected as Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, 2016
National Financial Fitness Middle School 1st Place Winner. The award recognizes their efforts in helping other youth become strong family members
and leaders now and in the future. The PMMS FCCLA was awarded with the
Middle School Financial Fitness Award of $1,000, which will be given to
the chapter at the 2016 National Leadership Conference in San Diego,
The chapter will be formally announced as the National
Families First Middle School Winner during the Opening Session of the
National Leadership Conference July 4th in Sails
Pavilion at the San Diego Convention Center.
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Congratulations to three, 8th grade art students. They have won honors in the VECCA All County Art Show. Madison Tingler won a merit award for a mixed media painting of a raccoon. Haley Martin won an excellence award for a monochromatic painting of a wolf in winter.
And Michael French won Best in Show for a value gradation sunset. Michael’s artwork will also go on to a state competition for VSBA.
The art show is now on display at the school board office, please stop in and see the artwork.
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Hello PMMS families!
My name is Krista Heres and I am the librarian at PMMS as well as the boxtops coordinator. In light of recent budget concerns, I wanted to remind you that we are a BOXTOPS school. That means we collect boxtops throughout the year and use the money to fund purchases that touch your child’s life every day. This is an easy way for every family to help their child’s school. Boxtops can be clipped from many of the products you already purchase. Each boxtop is worth 10¢ and they accumulate quickly as more families participate. Last year, we raised over $1,400 through the boxtops our students brought into school. Your participation is truly appreciated!
As you clip boxtops at home, please remember that other family members are also purchasing products that include boxtops and may be willing to send them to PMMS as well. Have your child ask their grandparents, aunts, uncles, extended family and friends to clip and save boxtops to help their school. As you accumulate boxtops, they may be sent to the school at any time throughout the year. I’d like to ask that, if you have any boxtops at this time, they be sent in this month as we have an opportunity to submit them at the end of October. Remember, we will collect them at any time but we’d like to start with a big push here at the beginning of the year.
NOT OUR STUDENTS – NOT MY KID
As Shenandoah County Public Schools welcomed our students back for the 2015-16 academic year, we began our Drug Education Initiative. In an effort to do our part in addressing the growing concern of substance abuse, our Open House presentations included informational sessions and resources to incoming 6th and 9th grade students and their parents. But this was just a beginning. We are now in the process of equipping classroom teachers with training to increase their awareness and understanding of this issue.
These efforts are well worth our time, as we remain focused on our belief, “Great communities come from great schools.” However, we are just one piece of the solution. Parents, we need your help. As your child returns to school, recognize he or she may experience peer pressure to use alcohol or drugs. As a parent, keeping your child safe is a top priority. So this week, we’re inviting you to have a conversation with your son or daughter about substance use. Open that dialogue about peer pressure, your expectations, and any concerns your child might have. In case you need help talking to your child, we’re attaching some helpful pointers. If you need additional information, contact your school’s guidance department.
Thank you for helping us to make this a great year! When it comes to substance use, recognize it can impact anyone’s child. Let’s join together to keep all kids safe and to reach our goal of “Not our students – not my kid!”
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