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Sign up for Remind

The intention of Remind is not to replace SchoolLoop. It is an additional avenue to directly communicate with students through a medium they actually use to proactively engage them in school communication so they can fulfill their responsibilities and commitments. Sign up will be completely optional for students and parents but we will highly encourage that both parents and students sign up so they can stay informed. Registration is simple and can be done in 1 of 2 ways:

Option 1: Students/Parents will send a text to 81010 and then be asked to type in the appropriate message (see below) in the message box. Please note… MESSAGE IS SPECIFIC TO GRADE LEVEL! Then simply follow the text instructions from there and answer some questions; name, birthdate, parent information. Downloading the app is not required but suggested to organize messages received from multiple sources.

Option 2: Students may download the Remind app. The app is free. Click on “Join a Class.” Enter appropriate code below. Please note… CODE IS SPECIFIC TO GRADE LEVEL!  It’s that simple.

(all lower case and no spaces)

   Grade 6: @pvpride19  

  Grade 7: @pvpride18 

    Grade 8: @pvpride17  

Please review the website at Remind.com. Please note that their services are FERPA and COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act) compliant so student information is protected. Parent permission/notification will be required for students under the age of 13. This will REQUIRE parents to respond via text message or email once their child (under 13) attempts to sign up. A permission form will actually be emailed to you that parents will have to print and sign. Once a hard copy is printed and signed, you take a picture of the signed form and electronically send the photo to Remind via your phone’s camera. 




Pine Valley Middle School

Daily Bulletin


Good Morning Pine Valley! Today is Friday, February 24, 2017.


Are you interested in taking Chinese language class next year?  If you learned some Chinese outside the school before, you can take a placement test to decide which Chinese class (Chinese 1, 2 or 3) is best for you at Cal High.  Please contact Ms. Wang for more information.


February is Black History Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the many contributions persons of African descent have made to our country.  Today we recognize ballerina Misty Copeland.  Misty grew up in California, one of six children, and was living in a motel room when she first began dancing at 13.  Within three months, she was already dancing en pointe (on her toes, an advanced ballet technique).  She studied ballet at the San Francisco Ballet School and attended the American Ballet Theatre's summer program.  She joined ABT in 2000 and was promoted to principal dancer in 2015, the first African-American women ever to hold such a position in the company's 75 year history.

For more information:


In our Library:

Life in motion: an unlikely ballerina by Misty Copeland  Call #: 921 Copeland 


Pine Valley Middle School

Daily Bulletin


Good Morning Pine Valley! Today is Friday, February 24, 2017.


February is Black History Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the many contributions persons of African descent have made to our country.  The NAACP, which stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was formed in 1909 in response to continued lynching of blacks and to race riots in Springfield, Illinois in 1908.  Founding members included both descendants of white abolitionists and blacks, including W. E. B. Du Bois. Du Bois founded The Crisis, official journal of the NAACP, which advocated for blacks and published figures like Langston Hughes.  The NAACP provided legal assistant to protesters during Civil Rights, including bailing out Freedom Riders and whose lawyers argued cases like Brown v. Board of Education.  The NAACP has continued to work toward freedom and equality for all.

For more information:


In our Library:

The civil rights movement by Colin Hynson, Call #: 323.119 Hyn


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