Pleasant Valley Middle School


Meg Enns - Principal and Superintendent

Cooperation and teamwork...ALWAYS!

The mission at PV is "to provide academically rogorous curriculum by promoting and challenging the intellectual, creative, physical, and social evelopment of mddle school students."

Principal's Page



Dear Pleasant Valley Parents and Students:


PV Families, we are moving rapidly through the 3rd quarter!  Progress reports go home February 2, and the end of the quarter is March 9.  As we move through the 3rd quarter and move into our last quarter, it is more important than ever for students to keep education a priority!  As always, I ask that students give their best effort each and every day.  I do not want students to miss out on all of the other fun activities that go along with middle school – dances, sports, etc.  Making good choices in the classroom, on campus, and at home with work habits will keep students eligible to participate. Parents, please continue to monitor your child’s grades on the Parent Portal and keep in communication with the teachers as necessary.  Working together, we can help all our kids be successful. 


Parents of Eighth Graders: I encourage you attend the parent nights at the various high schools to help you understand the high school requirements and help you guide your student toward the courses best suited for your child’s future.  It is a big change in life to transition to the high school and being part of the process will help make it easier for your child.


Please read the attached information about our annual state testing that will begin in March.  All students will also be taking part in the state Healthy Kids Survey.  Attached to this newsletter is more information about this test. 


Thank you for doing your part to make each day a great day to be at PV!   I continue to be proud of our wonderful students at Pleasant Valley!   And remember - "GO TIMBERWOLVES!"    








Meg Enns





The mission of Pleasant Valley School is to provide academically rigorous curriculum by promoting and challenging the intellectual, creative, physical and social development of middle school students.










As T-Wolves, we believe in ourselves and are committed to our learning, so we know that we will succeed!




T reat others respectfully


W e expect success


O bligation to act responsibly


L ive safely


F riends support each other





Three Important Messages:

1.  What we are doing here is very important...we are here to learn!

2.  We believe in you and want you to believe in yourself!

3. We will never give up on you, and we will not let you give up on yourself either