PVHS Homecoming pep rally: Staff & Student Dance Routine Video: https://bit.ly/2023pvhsHCpepDance
The STAY-PUT emergency procedure at PVHS has been lifted. The procedure was implemented because of a situation in the parking lot that required NCSO assistance. PVHS wanted to keep students from the area until the situation was contained.
PVHS has implemented a STAY PUT emergency procedure. During practice drills, your student learned this means any outside activities are moved inside and no students or staff are allowed outside the building. All exterior doors are locked. No one is allowed to enter the building except for response personnel. Classroom instruction continues with limited hallway traffic. Please monitor the Nye County School District Website or Facebook page for additional information as it becomes available.
Career and Technical Education Planning Meeting Thursday, September 28, 2023, 5:30 PM Nye Communities Coalition
Tonight's Board of Trustees meeting begins at 5:30. Links to the agenda and information on streaming can be found here: https://bit.ly/ncsdbotmeetings Item 13 is a closed session for the discussion of collective bargaining. The live stream and webinar are both turned off during closed session. Downloading the NCSD app and subscribing to updates at the district level should allow you to receive a notification on your phone when we return from closed session. Information about receiving notifications is on the website noted above. The selection of a new Superintendent is item 18 on this agenda.
Weather Related School Closure Update All Nye County Schools in Pahrump, Amargosa, Beatty, Tonopah, and Gabbs will reopen tomorrow as planned. Please be cautious when walking to bus stops and schools. Round Mountain Schools will remain closed due to road conditions. The reopening of Round Mountain Schools will be assessed daily, and notifications will be sent to the community members in the later afternoon.
Due to the Declaration of Local Emergency of the Nye County Board of Commissioners and the recommendation to shelter in place, the Nye County School District will be closing schools tomorrow, Monday, August 21, 2023. This decision was made out of extreme caution for the safety of all Nye County School District students and staff. We are in communication with the Director of Emergency Management for Nye County, Chief Scott Lewis. We will continue to send updates if the situation changes through all school websites and Facebook: https://www.nye.k12.nv.us/live-feed. Currently our plan is for schools to return to normal schedules on Tuesday, August 22, 2023. If this changes, we will send another emergency update through all channels: phone message, email, text, all websites, and Facebook pages. Please stay home and be safe. Documents regarding the weather and the emergency declaration can be seen here: https://www.nye.k12.nv.us/documents/announcements-%26-press-releases/2023-2024-announcements%2C-prs-%26-memos/2023-08-21---county-emergency-declaration/506111.
A huge THANK-YOU to everyone who donated and volunteered for VEA's annual "Fill the Bucket Truck" school supply drive on Saturday.
The Lockdown/Stay-Put Status at Johnson Elementary, PVHS, Pathways, and Great Basin have been lifted per the NCSSO. (1:40PM, 5/17/23)
PVHS, Great Basin, and Pathways have been placed on Stay Put Alert as a precautionary measure by the NCSO due to a shooting in the neighborhood unrelated to the schools. Schools will provide more information as it comes available. A Stay Put Alert involves the following - All exterior doors are locked - Any outside activities are moved inside - No student or staff outside the building - No one can enter the building except response personnel - Classroom instruction continues with limited hallway traffic - Attendance is taken normally
NCSO and NCSD are aware of the social media posts threatening violence at schools tomorrow, May 10, 2023. A thorough investigation was conducted and it was determined that the threatening post originated outside of Nevada and was directed at a school in Clark County. NCSO has determined there is no credible threat to any NCSD schools. Out of an abundance of caution, patrols will be increased so there is a more visible NCSO presence around our schools.
The Nye County Sheriffs Office received information regarding an unsubstantiated threat across multiple Nevada school districts today. Due to this, all schools are implementing "Stay-Put" procedures, limiting movement around and within campus. If students are required to be outside for transitioning between classes, they will be accompanied by an employee. Sheriff McGill also has deputies driving by, visiting, and monitoring campuses for safety through dismissal time. Schools will follow normal dismissal times and procedures.
PVHS Senior Parents please let your seniors know about this important event coming up. Especially those that do not attend school regularly due to college courses. I will also be announcing this at school daily. On February 16th (Thursday), during 3rd period (9:36am-10:57am) we will be taking the Class of 2023 group picture on the football field. We are hoping all graduating seniors will be in attendance for this. We will excuse the seniors on campus after 3rd period attendance has been taken as for seniors that are not on campus please let them know to report to the football field by 9:45am. This will take approximately an hour or so. This is a fun event for our seniors and we do not want any of them to miss it! The senior class leadership is asking seniors to wear maroon and gold to show their Trojan Pride for this picture (not required). See years past pictures below. This is the same type of picture we will be doing on Thursday, 2/16.
AT&T has cleared the phone outage. The phones are working again at the affected sites: Mount Charleston, Johnson, Manse, PVHS, Floyd, and both Beatty Schools.
AT&T Outage: Parents & Guardians, AT&T is suffering an outage affecting a few of our schools. They are working to solve the issue. Until then, phones are down at the following locations: Mount Charleston, J.G. Johnson, Manse, PVHS, Floyd, and all Beatty schools.
January 9, 2023, 11:40 AM There is a power outage at PVHS. Due to the power outage, phones are not working. With parent/guardian permission, students will be dismissed if they have transportation. Parent(s)/guardian(s) may pick up students from the office if they choose. Buses will transport students at our normal dismissal time of 2:20PM for those students who remain at school. Valley Electric expects to have the power restored within an hour. Thank you.
Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, October 20th from 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm & 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm. Please note students will have a Minimum Monday Schedule and will be released from school at 11:00 am.
School will be closed on Monday, October 10th, 2022 in observance of Columbus Day.
Lifetouch make-up picture day will be held on Friday, October 7th, 2022 in Room 12. Please ensure you have your picture taken if you have not already done so. All students are required to have a school picture ID for entry to PVHS special events.