Parent Volunteers Needed for Reality Town

We need more parent volunteers to help with the 8th grade Reality Town experience on October 27.

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Chalk the Block!

This is the final "Chalk the Block" picture by Ms. Beatty's 8th and 9th grade students; B.E., A.F., A.G., A.M., K.T., E.S., and A.W. They were the only Junior High team at this event and represented Pleasant Grove Junior High amazingly. Thank you to all who came and supported their effort at this event.

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Pleasant Grove Junior High is a vibrant community of learners. Teachers and staff work diligently to meet the needs of students and parents as we work toward shared goals that will help our community progress. We hope this web site will be a useful tool for parents and students as we work together for success!

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Announcements for October 22, 2014

Special Calendar for October 27

We have special grade level activities for each grade on this day.

7th Grade
Don’t come to school!. Do a Job Shadow Activity! Click Here for Instructions
8th Grade
Come to school! Reality Town Activity
9th Grade
Come to School! EXPLORE Test

Good morning, Vikings!  Today for lunch you can choose from Chicken Soup & Grilled Cheese, Taco Salad, Corn Dog, Chicken Patty Sandwich, or Pizza.  Last week’s trivia question was “What the name of Don Quixote’s horse?”  The answer is “Rocinante”.  The winner chosen from all the right answers submitted was . . . . . .  Please Come to the office for a prize.  The Trivia Question for this week is:  “What is the highest mountain in Africa?”  You can submit you answers in the media center.  Attention all 9th Graders:  On Thursday, Nov. 18th the Guidance Center will be taking 40 students to visit Utah Valley University and the new Mountainland Applied Technology campus at Thanksgiving Point.  All participants must have Satisfactory or Outstanding citizenship grades (no U’s or N’s), and there is a $5.00 bus fee.  If you are interested in going, please pick up an information sheet and permission slip from the Guidance Center.  We will be holding a costume contest during flex on Halloween. Please sign up for it on the sheet in front of Mrs. Feld’s room.  Remember that the dress code still applies.  Good luck!  Come audition for Bye Bye Birdie, this year’s musical!  Auditions are this week, October 21st -24th.  Come pick up an audition packet in the drama room.  Audition workshops will be held during flex on B days leading up to auditions!  Students, the Library will be having a “Painted Pumpkin” Contest.  You can enter by bringing your painted pumpkin into the library anytime starting tomorrow, Oct. 22nd until Wed. Oct. 29th.  Voting will take place in the Library on the 29th and 30th. The winner will be announced on Halloween, Friday, Oct. 31st.  It should be Spooktacular!  Happy Painting!! & Reading!!  Don’t forget Reflections entries are due Oct. 24.  Entry forms are in the office. The theme this year is “The Would Be a Better Place If . . . .”  Open gym for those interested in playing girls basketball will be Wednesdays from 3:00 – 4:00 in the girls gym.  Our Viking Value of the Week is Valiant. To be valiant is to be courageous and honorable.  It also means showing bravery and valor. Stand by your beliefs and values and be brave about it. Be a valiant person.  Have a Wonderful Wednesday Vikings!  Teachers, please have a student lead your class in the Pledge of Allegiance at this time.

Important Dates and Things to Remember

  • First Term Ends Oct 24.
  • EXPLORE Test (Pre-ACT test) for 9th Graders will be Monday, October 27th.
  • Reality Town for 8th Graders will be Monday, October 27th.
  • Job Shadow Day for 7th Graders will be Monday, October 27th. 7th Graders do not come to school.

Committed to Success!