Park View Middle School

is committed to providing a rigorous and relevant
education to its students.

 

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide young men and women with a solid educational foundation in a context of care and concern.

Park View Middle School combines a challenging curriculum with clear moral direction.   Instruction is marked by the seamless integration of technology and a dedication to the mental, physical, and moral development of all students.

Students will receive a quality education, sensitive to their learning styles and designed to equip them with the skills and core knowledge upon which further learning must be based.  Park View’s curriculum is founded firmly on the fundamental tradition that values the refinement of thought and fortification of character that charges individuals with the responsibility to the common good and a global perspective of the world and their places in it.

AVERAGE TEACHER SALARY (A.R.S. 15-189.05)

Average salary of all teachers employed in budget year 2020 $42,464
Average salary of all teachers employed in prior year 2019 $40,990
Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year 2019 $1,474
Percentage Increase 3.6%
Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2018 $38,259
Total percentage increase in average teacher salary since FY 2018 11.0%

Learners Today. Leaders
Tomorrow.

Park View Middle School is committed to providing a rigorous and relevant education to its students.

Our goal is to prepare students for a college-preparatory secondary education, as well as develop life-long learners.  We teach students how to become responsible, useful members of their communities.  Education at Park View focuses on the development of skills that will be relevant to their everyday life, as well as applicable to their continued education. Within each content area, the School will comply with the No Child Left Behind requirements.  Park View also teaches Common Core Standards in order to prepare their students for the future of education.

Learners Today. Leaders
Tomorrow.

Park View Middle School is committed to providing a rigorous and relevant education to its students.

Our goal is to prepare students for a college-preparatory secondary education, as well as develop life-long learners.  We teach students how to become responsible, useful members of their communities.  Education at Park View focuses on the development of skills that will be relevant to their everyday life, as well as applicable to their continued education.  Within each content area, the School will comply with the No Child Left Behind requirements.  Park View also teaches Common Core Standards in order to prepare their students for the future of education.

Educational Field Trips

Grand Canyon Trip

Educational trips encourage learning!  Our 7th Grade Grand Canyon trip and 8th Grade Catalina trip are some of the fun options available to our students.

Interactive Classes

Science

A hands-on learning environment helps to stimulate our students’ learning experience.

Competitive Sports

Park View Girls Basketball

Engaged Athletically, Engaged Academically!

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Our Athletics

Team sports can be the single most motivating factor for students.

Flag Football

Volleyball

Cross Country

Mountain Bike Team

Basketball

Faculty/Staff

 

Kyleigh Becker
Kyleigh Becker

(Social Studies)
kyleigh.becker@pvcvedu.org

Kyleigh Becker started teaching at Park View Middle School in 2017 after receiving her Bachelor’s in General Studies.

Betsy Bowers
Betsy Bowers

(Registrar/Admin Assistant/Records Clerk)
betsy.bowers@pvcvedu.org

Mrs. Betsy Bowers has worked at Park View since 2009. She loves working with Park View students.

Sean Anderson
Sean Anderson

(Principal)
Sean.anderson@pvcvedu.org

Sean Anderson has been in education for 11 years. He has had the opportunity to live and teach in many different environments

 

Upcoming Events

 

Depending on weather conditions, road conditions, or other emergency situations, a decision will be made regarding school closure or 2-hour delay.

Park View Middle School is concerned with the safety of all our families and faculty, and a decision will be made early in the morning and after careful consideration.  We will typically follow HUSD, but please check our web-site and listen to the stations below for information.

KPPV  106.7 FM     KQNA  1130 AM

KYCA  1490 AM     KAHM 101.7 FM

99.1 FM     100.9 FM

KGCB 90.9

 

 

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Dates to Remember

No Important Date