Daily Bulletin

Pojoaque Valley Middle School Bulletin for Monday, October 23, 2017

EARN A PRIDE SLIP FROM MS. TRUJILLO! The first three students who stop by Ms. Trujillo's office each day, and show her how you are using your planner, and explain how you have incorporated your planner into your daily routine, you will receive a Pride Slip!


HOMEWORK CLUB This week Homework Club is Monday, October 23rd, 7/8th Grade Math; Wednesday, October 25th, 7/8th Grade Math; Thursday, October 26th, 7th /8th Grade English.


DRESS UP DAY THURSDAYS & GREEN SPIRIT DAY FRIDAYS Scholars & Staff, we have designated each and every Thursday as "Dress Up Day", lets all put on our Sunday best and dress for success! THEN on Friday, we will show our SPIRIT AND PRIDE in our school by wearing GREEN, it may even earn you a Pride Slip. Go Elks and Elketts!


Student ID's must be worn daily Staff, Scholars must wear their ID on a lanyard. It is to be visible. If you loose it or deface it you must pay another $5.00 to replace it. If you need to purchase a lanyard, we have some at the office for $2.00 each. Any scholar without an ID on is to be sent to security. You can only purchase the ID's during lunch time. Remember, in order to attend any school functions, scholars must have an ID.


Use of Daily Planners Scholars: 1. Every Monday morning, your first period teachers will give me a list of names of students that do not have their planner. 2. If you need the agenda key stop by the principal's office. 3. We are here to help you learn how to use the planner. You are responsible for using it every day for every class. Ms. Trujillo


Pride Cart Tuesdays Scholars the Pride cart will be out during lunchtime every Tuesday for both 7th and 8th graders.


BEFORE AND AFTER PROGRAM Introducing the Pojoaque Before and After Program for Teens As of Monday October 16th the Pojoaque Before and After Program is accepting enrollment for all ages and is starting a Teen Center for 6th through 8th grade scholars. Program is held at the Middle School from 2:50 - 6:00. Enrollment forms may be printed from the school website, or found in the PVMS office. Please see Mrs. Deines in room 106 for more information. Thank you


Stem camp for students and families November 24-25. A STEM camp, 'Rocks, Bones, and Brains', is taking place over Thanksgiving weekend at the Paleontology Museum at Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center on Friday and Saturday, November 24-25, 9:30-4:30pm. The camp is free and open to children ages 7-17. Families are invited to stay overnight on Friday evening. Lodging and meals are being supported by an anonymous donation to Ghost Ranch. Please see to get a flyer from the front office with all the details.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Scholars and staff who will celebrate a birthday this week are: ADRIANA MARTIN; GIOVANNI BENALLY; ISAIAH MAESTAS; JACOB VIGIL; KAELYNN MONDRAGON; DOMINIC MIERA; ANGELITA ROMERO; MAYA YOUVELLA; DAVID VALDEZ; TALISA SANCHEZ; DESTINY MARTINEZ. Happy birthday to all! Announce on Monday-Wednesday and Friday only


AFTER SCHOOL HOUR EVENTS Scholars, just a reminder that if you are planning to stay for an after school event, sporting activity, you must bring a signed permission slip from your parent, allowING you to attend. Most activities, games, begin at 4:00 p.m., we do not have the staff to supervise you from the time school dismisses until 4:00 p.m. If you do bring a permission slip, Security will be with you in the gym, supervised and we will be aware you are on campus. This is for your own safety. Thank you very much.


Scholar's Behavior Scholar's you are all expected to keep your hands, feet and body to yourselves, not physically or verbally harass, bully or intimidate others, not use inappropriate, profane, or abusive language or gestures, and not take part in horseplay, fighting, or fighting words. Any of the above mis-behaviors that occur in your teachers classrooms, hallways, school grounds are going to be taken very seriously by administration and security. Teachers are to start taking any of these mis-behaviors occurring in their classrooms and write up scholar's as well as notifying parents. Some of the ongoing mis-behaviors are going to be addressed at Conferences next week. All scholars that attend PVMS are entitled to a safe learning environment.


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