Prairie Valley Varsity and Junior Varsity teams competed in the Golburg Tournament September 1. Varsity Lady Bulldogs came away with the Championship after winning every game. Kincaid Johnson, Sydni Messer, and Emily Carpenter were named to the varsity tournament team. Veronica Gutierrez and Randi Gilleland were named in the JV division.
Fall school pictures for the yearbook will be taken on September 21. Order forms were sent home on September 5 to elementary and September 6 to junior high and high school. Pictures must be paid for by picture day.
Order online at mylifetouch.com
Picture Day ID: TX208103Q0
We will also be taking senior pictures, volleyball pictures, and cross country pictures that day.
The yearbook staff has a few 2017-2018 yearbooks left. Get yours while they last!
We have a limited number of 2017-2018 yearbooks available for purchase. Yearbooks are a great way to remember your child’s year in school for years to come.
Our yearbooks are full of great memories from 2017-2018 at Prairie Valley!
If you would like to purchase your book of memories, send $40 in a sealed envelope marked Yearbook-Mrs. Ward and the yearbook can be sent home with your child.
For more information, email Mrs. Ward
Scheduled updated on 8/30/18
DISTRICTS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN SCHOOL PRIORITY MONTH OCTOBER 2018
(Austin, TX) – Make Education a Priority (MEaP), a campaign under Friends of Texas Public Schools, invites school districts to reserve the month of October and participate in the statewide biennium event, School Priority Month. Districts are encouraged to invite elected officials of every kind – legislators, sheriffs, judges, commissioners, city councils, mayors, county positions and more – to visit a school. Through campus tours, elected civic leaders can experience firsthand the great work taking place in our local public schools. This is an opportunity to foster engagement, promote partnerships, and exhibit a shared responsibility.
To learn more about School Priority Month and how your local school district can get involved, visit www.schoolpriority.com Make Education a Priority is a campaign under Friends of Texas Public Schools providing projects such as School Priority Month to promote the value of public education. Friends of Texas Public Schools is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, grassroots organization dedicated to restoring public confidence in our schools by promoting their many strengths and achievements. We believe the people of Texas have a right to know that, in spite of the many challenges they face, our public schools are achieving more today than ever in their history, and that the incessant, negative and oftentimes disrespectful conversation about public education is counterproductive to progress.
To learn more visit www.FOTPS.org.
PV Junior High Volleyball Schedule 2018 revised 8/28/18