Sometimes a dozen just isn't enough.
Pleasant Valley Students recently sold nearly a thousand donuts to raise money as part of the PTA Krispy Kreme Fundraiser. 975 dozen (11,700 individual) donuts were sold to help raise money for the school.
A mountain of donuts arrived to the Middle School on February 11 and disappeared almost as soon as it arrived. Every last donut was picked up by parents and family members and are now being enjoyed by countless others.
Several parents and staff members helped to transport all of the donuts to the Middle School, and along with all the fundraisers, the PTA wished to express their gratitude to everyone who helped with the project. The PTA was very excited to see the overwhelming success of the fundraiser and fully intends to put it on again next year.
Both schools in the district were recently recognized by the PBIS Midwest Network for successful implementation and improvement of the PBIS system into their schools.
Pleasant Valley Elementary earned a silver recognition while Pleasant Valley Middle School earned a bronze. For the middle school it was their first recognition by the Midwest Network.
For those unfamiliar, PBIS stands for "Positive Behavior Interventions and Support." PBIS is designed to teach, monitor, and celebrate behavior for students who meet expectations.
Students are invited to attend monthly celebrations for meeting behavioral expectations for 3 of the 4 weeks each month.
Congratulations to both schools on this incredible accomplishment!