Welcome to

Peterstown Middle School 

A WV Success School,

  WV High Progress Reward School,

WV School of Excellence!

Home of the Pirates

Principal
Angie Mann
56 College Drive, Peterstown, WV 24963
304-753-4322
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                                             Be Responsible, Be Respectful

Calendar changes as of March 23

June 6,7,8- Instructional days

June 11- Last day for students; Early Release

Parents are invited to complete the feedback survey in Livegrades

 

lunch-tray

All students are eligible for free breakfast and lunch

 

 


May 30

Dedication Ceremony for the new American Flag and Flag Pole for PMS campus.

June 11 - Last Day for Students; Early Release


 

 No School

               Memorial Day

May 28

 

 

 

 


Volleyball Camp

June 19-21

@ PMS

Upcoming 6th, 7th, 8th graders

Contact Tami Brown at PMS or Matt Sauvage for more info and an application.

Congratulations Peterstown MS for winning the annual Monroe County Battle of the Books competition.  Keep on reading!

Monroe Arts Alliance Youth Art Show

Middle School Category - PMS Winners

Best of Show - Mackenzie Gray

5th Grade 

Mackenzie Gray, 1st

Haley Shelton, 2nd

Will Boggess, 3rd

6th Grade 

Josh Meadows, 1st

Matthew Counts, 2nd

Katherine Viars, 3rd

Anna Frazier, Hon. Mention

7th Grade

Maddie McMillion, 2nd

8th Grade

Katelyn Champion, 3rd

Kate Lankford, Hon. Mention

 



 

 

Congratulations to Frank Houck and Tami Brown, guidance counselors at PES and PMS, respectively.  In observance of the Week of the Young Child, Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney Justin St. Clair announced Mr. Houck and Mrs. Brown as "Community Heros" for making a big difference in the lives of young children and our community.


 

Congratulations PMS Band

Peterstown Middle School Band received a Rating of II at the recent 2018 Region VI Band Festival.  Two of the three judges gave ratings of II and the third judge rated them a superior I rating.  Good work band members and Mr. Elmore!


 

AmeriCorps is now recruiting for Energy Express summer program

For more information click on the link below

WV Extension Service link

 


 

County Young Writer's Winners

The Young Writer's Contest is an opportunity for students to submit an original work in a county wide competition.  Congratulations to the winners! 

Grades 1-2:

1st Place: “The Princess and Her Bunny” by Olivia Lankford (2nd grade PES)

2nd Place: “Elizabeth and Lilly” by Sophie Ripley (2nd grade MVS)

3rd Place: “The Little Cookie” by Peighton Griffith (2nd grade MVS)

Honorable Mention: “My Name is Raymond” by Tripp McMillion (2nd grade PES)

Grades 3-4:

1st Place: “The Wild Stallion” by Katelin Fullen (4th grade MVS)

2nd Place: “Disney” by Aliyah Clarkson (4th grade MVS)

3rd Place: “The Wizard and the Knight and the Boy” by Zeb Hixon (3rd grade PES)

Honorable Mention: “Haunted Dream” by Sadie Mann (4th grade PES)

Grades 5-6:

1st Place: “The Best Week of My Life” by Michael Fraley (6th grade MVS)

2nd Place: “Johnny Bullseye” by Elizabeth Adkins (6th grade PMS)

3rd Place: “The Reality of Life” by Matthew Counts (6th grade PMS)

Grades 7-8:

1st Place: “The Last Chance” by Lauren Ballard (8th grade MVS)

2nd Place: “Devil on My Shoulder” by Emily Reed (7th grade PMS)

3rd Place: “The Monsters Under My Bed” by Katelyn Merson (8th grade MVS)

Grades 9-10:

1st Place: “Continuous” by Keiran McClaugherty (9th grade JMHS)


 

National Junior Honor Society Tutoring

This school term NJHS students have provided weekly tutoring sessions to PES students, assisting them with reading.  Mrs. Parker acknowledged their efforts in an email to faculty members.

......"I just want to thank everyone who was able to participate in our National Junior Honor Society tutoring program this year!  I definitely feel like this was a very good learning experience for all our kids, and for me as well!"....

 

             ---Angela Parker, NJHS Advisor


 

A Walk Down the Main Hall

Students of the Month Photos for 5th and 6th Grades

Maps of Africa Project Posters 7th Grade

Accelerated Reader Report for 5th Grade

Shout Outs to recognize students doing something special or nice

Guidance Office Boards


Wellness Center News

Licensed Psychologist, Elizabeth Jennings, has joined the staff of the school's Wellness Center.  She will be available to counsel students on issues such as poor school performance, behavioral problems, grief, adjustment, anger management, depression, and anxiety.  Contact the Wellness Center for more information  304.753.6960.


 

2018 Champions.  Congratulations on a great season!

 

Congratulations to the JV Boy's Basketball Team.  Thanks to each member of the team, coaches  Dave Mathis and Travis Jackson, parents, and fans.

 

 

The 2017-18 Girl's Basketball Team.  Thanks to each member of the team, coaches Becky and Roger Crabtree, parents, and fans.

 


April Students of the Month 5th Grade-Michael H. & Isabella C.

   March Students of the Month 5th Grade - Hannah F. & Adam V.

 

February Students of the Month 5th Grade - Keegan P. & Hannah J.

 


   January Students of the Month 5th Grade -   Isaac C. and Bryleigh T.


Congratulations Bryceson Whitt on winning the County Spelling Bee! 

 

5th- 1st place Alex Craig, 3rd place Elly Brooks

6th - 1st place Bryceson Whitt, 3rd place Elizabeth Adkins

7th - 1st Shyanne Lilly

8th - 3rd place Isabelle Mann

Monroe County Spelling Bee participants from PMS.

 


Peterstown Middle Spelling Bee Winners

8th Grade

1st - Zoey Snider

2nd - Marissa Kelley

Alternate - Isabelle Mann

7th Grade

1st Place  Shyanne Willy

2nd Place - Harrison Teschendorf

Alternate  -  Brian Smith

6th Grade

1st - Bryceson Whitt

2nd - Elizabeth Adkins

Alternate - Kaileigh Hale

5th Grade

1st - Mackenzie Gray

2nd - Alex Craig

Alternate - Elly Brooks


The Incentive Rewards assembly was held on Nov. 29 to recognize students for their academic achievement on the WV Smarter Balanced state test in May.  JMHS 9th graders participated in the PMS rewards event.

Students who won prizes from the drawing are listed below.  Good work students!  (and teachers!)

Hoverboard - Harleigh Graham, Sean Page, Brian Smith, Katherine Viars.

Bike - Kaine Thorne, Adam Eaton, Kasadee Ferguson, Matthew Counts

Dick's Gift Card - Lexi Trent, Issac Broyles, Ryker Brown, Zoey Snider, Cierra Roberts, Granger Gore, Aidan Walker, Isabel Adkins

XBox - Emily Hodges, Evan Gooch, Chloe Shires, Andrew Karnes

PlayStation 4 - Aiden Wright, Morgan Mills,, Emma Brown, Makayla Kanode

Volleyball - Lauren Amos, John Michael Moody, Eli Amos, Abby Craghead, Alexus Howard, Shyann Lilly, Cheyenne Collins, Skylar Cain

Football- Jada Stutts, Kendra Karnes, Emily Halstead, Kendra Munsey, Ethan Hamlin, Calin Fox, Joshua Meadows, Bryce Whitt

Basketball - Kylie Thomas, Samantha Combs, Marrissa Kelly, Madison Hale, Aleyah Carr, Dominick Snowdy, Anna Frazier, Madison Noonkester

ipad - Sydney Phipps, Kelsea Wikle, Shad Sauvage, Harleigh Morgan, Phoenix Brookman, Sydney Hunt, Elizabeth Adkins, Jaycee Adkins

Beats Headphones - Hannah Laws, Nathan Brooks, Jamey Shreves, Brianna Anderson, Caleb Broyles, Harrison Teschendorf, Caleb Long, Hunter Plumley

Beats Speaker - Dalton Bradley, Kate Lankford, Carolyn Cook, Allie French


Halloween Fun!


 

7th Graders visit to Country View Assisted Living

7th grade students in Mrs. Dusold’s Language Arts Class at Peterstown Middle School recently finished the novel Tuesdays with Morrie written by Mitch Albom. The story is about a young student and his dying professor who spend Tuesdays together discussing life lessons. Throughout the novel, students have completed activities that correlate with the life lessons Morrie talked about in the story. One of the lessons revolves around about devoting yourself to your community and the importance of spending time with others when you are able.

Several students at PMS were chosen to visit Country View Assisted Living to spend time with a resident. The students were given interview questions and spent the afternoon discussing different topics with that person. They were able to provide company to a resident while learning stories about their life. The students really enjoyed the trip. There were tears and laughter as the students listened to the stories of someone they have never met. The students learned many valuable lessons while reading this novel, one of the most important was being kind to others and showing them you care. The students on the trip were respectful and attentive while conducting their interviews.

PMS students and teachers would like to thank Country View Assisted Living for allowing us to visit. We had a great time and cannot wait to come back!

Lots of art decorates our main hall!


                                

The Annual Craft Show, sponsored by the Art Department, was held on December 9.  Thanks to all of the participating vendors and shoppers who helped make this a success.


                                                                                                       

9/11 Memorial Presented by National Junior Honor Society

Photos by Mrs. Parker, NJHS Sponsor


 

 


The front lawn was full of gazing students and adults-- and strange birds!  Eclipse 2017


 


Chromebooks for students- Please contact Bobbie Tuggle (btuggle@k12.wv.us) if you have any questions.


 

Information on status of building needs of Peterstown schools.  Click below to access BOE minutes from July 3.

http://monroe-k12.wvnet.edu/boe/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2016/06/Minutes-July-3-2017.pdf
 


Thank You Boy Scouts- Jamboree 2017 for your "Day of Service" with lots of painting at PMS. 

National Junior Honor Society

2016-17 Members



Thank You Celanese workers for volunteering to make improvements at Peterstown Middle School.  The new access to the bleachers, painted concession stand, and additions to the dressing room benefit the athletic programs in our community.  We appreciate your dedication to our school!

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