The Tribe with Pride!
Veterans Day Program
Veterans Day is a time to honor all those who have served. Thank you.
4-H Speech Contest Winners for November
5th Grade 6th Grade
1st Place – Landyn Saylor 1st Place – Jordan Bean / Jaden Spurlock 2nd Place – Brandy Branscomb 2nd Place – Chrissa Gibson / Charles Osborne 3rd Place – Maddie Surber / Daniel Herzig
7th Grade 8th Grade
1st Place – Addison Nelson 1st Place – Madisen Prater / Haley Riggs 2nd Place – Jennabeth Wilburn / Leighton Sellers 2nd Place – Taylor Branscomb 3rd Place – Andy Osborne / Cadence Rains 3rd Place – Devin Byrd
4-H Poster Contest Winners for November
5th Grade 6th Grade
1st Place – Meriah Jenkins 1st Place – Charles Osborne / Levi Moore 2nd Place – John Owens 2nd Place – Jaden Spurlock / Harmony Livesay 3rd Place – Makayla Hounshel 3rd Place – Rosie Walker / Cailee Pierce
7th Grade 8th Grade
1st Place – Jada Hoskins / Ashlyn Rogers 1st Place – Taylor Branscomb 2nd Place – Jonah Smiddy / Alexis Hatfield 3rd Place – Alexandria Cilenti
Beta Club Initiation Congratulations New Members!
Click on this link to view the Honor roll for the 1st 9 weeks.
Citizenship/Student of the Month/Best Attendance
2018-2019 PVMS Boys’ Basketball Team
Devin Byrd, Michael Boring, Trent Jenkins, Andy Osborne, Jonah Ellison, Asher Hatfield, Kaleb Powers, Gavin Owens, Cody Weaver, Mack Mize, Hunter Wilhoit, Kolton, Gavin Figeria, Logan Boughton, Layton Hinckley, Colby Weaver, Hunter Ellison
Managers – Steven Gibson (Varsity), Bryson Penny and Jake Carroll (Junior Varsity)
2018-2019 Student Council
8th Grade – Haley Riggs, Devin Byrd, Riley Wilder, 7th Grade – Kenzie Hatmaker, 6th Grade – Kayla Satkowski, Gavin Owens, 5th Grade – Zoey Nelson, Landyn Saylor
2018-2019 Cheer Team
Madison Prater, Landon Crawford, Jordan Bean, Rhianna Jackson, Jade Spurlock, Haley Fountain, Kara Bradley, Breylnn Marsee, Kaydence Bolinger, Leena Earls, Madison Hawkins, Callie Pierce, Kali Miracle
First Priority-See you at the Pole 2016!
U-Trust Bus Driver Appreciation
2018-2019 Dance Team
September K-4 Student of the Month & Citizenship Awards
September 5-8 Student of the Month & Citizenship Awards
September Teacher of the Month Award
In God We Trust!
In what’s called the “National Motto Act” passed at the Tennessee General Assembly last April our school along with all other schools in the state of Tennessee have the privilege to post our “National Motto” in the school building.
Congratulations!!! Powell Valley received the highest possible score for school growth on the TCAP’s. We received a score of 5 for ELA, a 5 for Math, a 5 for Science, a 5 for Social Studies, a 5 for Numeracy and Literacy, and a 5 for the Composite score.
Let’s show our Powell Valley Pride!
What a pleasure it is to welcome you back to a new school year at Powell Valley Elementary. It is truly an honor for us to work together with such a talented and dedicated faculty, staff, and school community. We believe in a strong partnership with families, and we urge the entire community to become involved at PVES. Students whose parents and families get involved in their education do better academically and socially. They feel more connected to the school and know that they BELONG.
We look forward to this new school year with optimism and excitement. We strive to make our school a safe and inspiring place in which to learn, while continually improving the academic program for all students. We believe that all students can and will be respectful, responsible, and accountable in all they do.
On behalf of the faculty and staff of Powell Valley Elementary School, we welcome you to the 2018-2019 school year.
Melissa U. Edwards, Principal
David Evans, Assistant Principal
The mission of Powell Valley Elementary School, a community based, child-centered school is to develop independent thinkers in order to enable students to become life-long learners and contributing citizens through positive learning experiences and a meaningful curriculum provided by a caring team.
We will collaborate with the parents and community to create a peaceful, productive, and orderly learning environment that meets the academic, social, and developmental needs of all of our students and provides a solid foundation for their future high school education.