Pleasantville Elementary

The Pleasantville Elementary School provides a safe and nurturing environment. Our mission is to develop positive student, teacher, parent, administrative, and community interaction. We will challenge students to reach their academic and social potential in preparation for middle school.

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Fifth Grade Builders
5th graders at Pleasantville Elementary school demonstrated this widely used advertisement: You can do it. We can help. when volunteers from Home Depot came to build bird houses and tool boxes with them. Home Depot provided the craft kits and tools necessary to build them, and the students worked hard to follow the directions while volunteers provided assistance where needed. The students loved the hands-on activity and did a great job creating their own projects. To view more pictures see the Pleasantville Photo page to the left of this article.  
Color Run
The rain and cold did not deter over 200 students, families, and staff from participating in our first color run.  This event would not have been possible without all of our sponsors, Pleasantville Fire Dept, John Sampson and our PTG officers and chairperson - Jen Ongley.  If you have never participated in a color run, you don't know what you are missing.  The smiles on the students faces say it all.  The color run was our major fundraiser for the school this year.  The money earned will be used towards the cost of field trips and other student activities and supplies.  We are already looking forward to next year's event! For a list of our sponsors, please read more. To see more pictures of this event check out our Pleasantville Photo Page to the left of this article. 
Students Help Fight Cancer with Donations
Pleasantville students out did themselves again this year!!! Students collected over $1200 for Relay For Life! During our "Paint Your School Purple" week to kick off Relay For Life, Pleasantville School held several activities.  Among them was a "Penny War", "Kiss the Pig" contest, and a memorial wall.  Mrs. Chamberlain's class won the "Penny War".  Mr. Fink collected the most money toward kissing the pig with Ms. Cicero a close second. At the assembly at the end of the week, Mr. Fink made good on his promise to "Kiss the Pig" and Ms. Cicero, being a good sport, also kissed the pig. 
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