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Student of the Month: Heaven Brown!

Give a big round of applause for our March middle school student of the month, Heaven Brown! Heaven is 14 years old and in 8th grade. When asked why she decided to come to PVA, she said it’s because she wanted to “better herself in education”.  Heaven’s favorite part of PVA is that you can…

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Student of the Month: Jada Lawrence!

Congratulations to our February Student of the Month, Jada Lawrence! She has been doing great things at PVA this school year. Jada is 17 and in 10th grade. Jada decided to come to PVA because she thought it would be a better learning experience for her. Her favorite part of PVA is “being able to…

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Let’s Make a Change: Ending Stereotypes

We all want the world to be a better place and to bring peace to everyone. But there are so many problems in the world, we don’t know where to start. If I could fix one problem in the world right now, I would end stereotypes. I think stereotypes cause all types of problems like…

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Why PVA is my New School

Hello, my name is Jenna Edmonds. I am 12 years old and in the 7th grade. This year is my first year ever doing online school. Today I will be telling my story of why I do online school and what I think about it. I go to PVA because when I was in sixth…

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Tips to Starting a Successful School Year

As summer comes to an end, it is time for students to begin thinking about how to go about managing their school work. There are many ways to plan ahead in the beginning of the school year, so that it isn’t hard to keep up with the work once the year fully starts. Get in…

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African American Read-In

The African American Read In (AARI) started 27 years ago by Black Caucus – National Council of Teachers of English. “The AARI is built on an ambitious yet confident premise; that a school and community reading event can be effective way to promote diversity in children’s literature, encourage young people to read, and shine a…

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Alternate Dimensions by Symphony Hodge

I would call this art “Alternate Dimensions” because it I was thinking about what life is like in different dimensions. Scientists spend so much time trying to find a way to the farthest reaches of the universe, but what if sometimes the life there are tying to send us a message that they are closer than…

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Summer Project 101: How To Code

Although I don’t have the fortune of mothering a child yet, I do have a brother who is 9 years younger than me. He is going to be a freshman in high school this Fall. I stress myself a lot when summer time rolls around. He is not attending school, therefore barely has any confrontation with…

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Introducing… Cyber Senior!

PVA Weekly Update — June 10

  It’s asset return week! Please return all school-loaned assets (laptops, chargers, hotspots, books and novels) to 440 N. Broad St. Room 1080 (right next to the drop-in center Room 1078) by noon on your assigned day: Monday, June 9: Middle school Tuesday, June 10: 11th and 12th grade Wednesday, June 11: 10th grade Thursday,…