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Scholastic Book Fair
Prairie Valley ISD will be hosting our annual Scholastic Book Fair the week of February 11-15, 2019. The Book Fair will be held in the library and will be open 7:40 am-2:50 pm each day. Parents/guardians/grandparents are welcome to come with their child/children but please check in at the front office before doing so.
You can also shop our Scholastic Book Fair online now @ http://www.scholastic.com/fair or during the fair next week @ http://www.scholastic.com/bf/prairievalleyhighschool . Hosting the Scholastic Book Fair enables Prairie Valley to provide new books each year for our library, which is greatly needed since our students are required to read and test for grades. We greatly appreciate everyone’s support and look forward to another great year with the book fair. We hope to see you there.
Prairie Valley ISD Honors School Board This January for Advocating for Local Schoolchildren
School Board Recognition Month Gives Community a Chance to Say Thank You
(January is School Board Recognition Month, and Prairie Valley ISD will join the Texas Association of School Boards and other districts across the state to honor the countless contributions of these locally elected advocates for Texas schoolchildren and public schools.
“School board members tackle a difficult job and shoulder enormous responsibilities. These men and women are elected to establish the policies that provide the framework for our public schools. They provide vision and leadership in their roles
as advocates, and they will continue to stand up for public education and guard
against anything that takes away from our children or undermines our public schools,” said Tim West, Prairie Valley ISD superintendent.
Board members serving Prairie Valley ISD are: Scott Carpenter, Brant Carpenter, Frank Glass, Jimmy Harris, Cathy Goolsby, Clint Pigg, and Sid Hammons.
“Our district benefits from the tireless work and countless hours contributed by these local citizens who work without pay.”
“It’s more important than ever before that the public support public education so that today’s students are prepared to be productive citizens and the leaders of tomorrow. Please take a moment and tell school board members ‘thanks for caring about our children and giving so much to our community.’ Let them know we support them and that their dedicated service is recognized and truly appreciated,” he said.
Prairie Valley Varsity Girls basketball team were named Valley View JV Tournament champions.
They also earned third at the Chico tournament. Congratulations to Sydni Messer for being named to the all-tournament team.
Over holiday break the girls competed in the Wichita Christian Tournament. Losing a close game to 2A team Hawley and also to 3A City View, the girls came back to win consolation, beating Wichita Christian. Kincaid Johnson ended her final tournament as a senior by being named to the all-tournament team.
Prairie Valley Varsity Boys Basketball team took second at the Fruitvale tournament. William William & Carter Lemon received all-tournament distinctions.
They also competed in the Chico tournament and placed third. William Winkler was also named to the all-tournament team.
Over holiday break Varsity Boys competed against several bigger school districts at the Wichita Christian Tournament where Nicholas Bell came away with as the Three-Point Contest winner.
Texas Girls Coaches Association released its Academic All-State Recognition placements for the 2018 volleyball season.
Senior Volleyball Player Kincaid Johnson was named Academic All-State for 1A. She also received First Team All-District and Academic All-District.
Senior Volleyball Manager Samantha Tompkins was named Academic All-State Support Staff for 1A.
Members of the Prairie Valley Girls Volleyball Team Earned District Honors.
District MVP-Emily Carpenter
Outstanding Server-Sydni Messer
Outstanding Hitter-Shelby roof
First Team All-District: Kincaid Johnson, CeCe Mahin, Hailey Winkler
Second Team All-District: Molly Gilleland and Bailee Tipton
In addition, all the girls received Academic All-District Honors.
Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs as they took Savoy in three sets to win the Area Championship title!
Lady Bulldogs will move on to Regional level and play Saint Jo. More details to follow.
Cosima Ermert led the Lady Bulldogs at the regional cross country meet. Ermert's placing qualified her as an individual at the State Cross Country Meet. Great job Cosi!
On October 23 the Prairie Valley Varsity Volleyball team played their last district game of the year. Lady Bulldogs beat the Goldburg Bears in four sets, earning the District Champion Title. The Lady Bulldogs will be moving on to volleyball playoffs for the first time ever.
The Prairie Valley Lady Bulldogs Varsity Volleyball Includes:
Coached by Jeannie Carpenter