Peterstown Middle School
A WV Success School,
WV High Progress Reward School,
WV School of Excellence!
Home of the Pirates
56 College Drive, Peterstown, WV 24963
Be Responsible, Be Respectful
National Junior Honor Society Induction was held on May 2, 2019. Congratulations to all members for earning this academic honor. Thanks for the Facebook photos. Will post more as I get them! Paj
7th Grade Trip to Ace Adventure Resort
Thank you, Ladies!!
Dr Paine, WV State Superintendent of Schools, came to PMS yesterday to recognize our WV History Bowl team for their 2nd place (runner-up) win in the state competition. Before an all school assembly, he presented selected team members certificates of acknowledgement.
WV Senator Kenny Mann, Monroe County Board of Education members Mr. Lively and Mrs. Wallace, County Superintendent Joetta Basile, and Central Office representatives Mrs. Mann and Mrs. Comer-Carr attended the presentation.
Congratulations Peterstown Middle Team members for this outstanding achievement!
Congratulations to Caleb Broyles on becoming "A Knight of the Golden Horseshoe"! This is a special accomplishment based on the West Virginia Golden Horseshoe test.
Congratulations 8th graders on History Bowl competition! On to the STATE competition in April!
Rewards Assembly for 2018 Spring Assessment held Feb. 14.
Names of students achieving mastery and above on the annual state test were available to be drawn. Reward prizes were drawn for 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. 5th graders will attend the rewards activity at PES.
Congratulations to all students who met the mastery standard, and to those who had their names drawn for a prize today!
Thank you, Ladies!
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May 17 - 7th grade
May 21 - 8th grade
June 3 - 5th grade
Hunter Safety Course
May 20 & 21
End of School Events
May 23 AR Reward Activity
May 29 Academic Awards 9 AM
May 31 Athletic Awards 9 AM
Board of Education Meeting @ 6 PM
May 21 at Board Office
Last day for students is
June 10-12 Volleyball Camp
Letter from Central Office Re Lockdown Procedures
Monroe County Schools Superintendent Joetta Basile and Safety Director Angela Mann sent a letter home recently regarding school lockdown procedures. Please ask your child to see the letter.
Monroe County Schools takes every step to ensure safety at school. Faculty and Staff have received numerous trainings from law enforcement agencies.
If a lockdown occurs during the time frame for student drop off or pick up, you are asked not to enter the building. As soon as you are made aware of the lockdown, leave the campus to help alleviate confusion and traffic congestion. Students will be in a locked location under supervision.
Phone calls to the school will not be answered. Principals and secretaries will be busy with carrying out safety procedures. Please do not call students on cell phones. They have been instructed not to use their phones which may add to confusion or alert an intruder.
Adults are requested to refrain from posting to social media which adds to speculation on what is happening. A message will be sent out from Monroe County Schools as soon as possible to let parents know when the lockdown is lifted.
Please take comfort in the fact that Monroe County Schools is taking every step to ensure your kids are safe when they are on school grounds.
Random Acts of Kindness Week
The GFWC WV Peterstown Woman's Club sponsored a Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) competition at Peterstown Middle School (PMS) this past week. RAK Week is a worldwide celebration of which takes place the second full week of February each year. Its purpose is to help make kindness the standard in every aspect of life. Students at PMS spent the week completing and recording RAKs. Students recorded over 1300 acts of kindness with the seventh grade class recording the most. Grade level winners were Rylie Surface (5th grade), Natalie Broyles (6th grade), Jaycee Adkins (7th grade) and Kaylee Byrd (8th grade). A big thank you goes to our kind competition sponsor partners, Dairy Queen and Wal-Mart.
Congratulations to PMS Pirates Teams on winning Bluegrass Conference Championship!
WV School Building Authority has approved funding for construction of a new school for Peterstown. Superintendent of Monroe County Schools, Mrs. Joetta Basile, made the announcement at an all school assembly on Dec. 12. The project is expected to begin in Spring 2019.
Monroe County Spelling Bee
Peterstown Middle School students know how to SPELL! Congratulations to all of the County Winners. The State Competition will be held in Charleston on March 9.
1st Place County - Bryceson Whitt, PMS
2nd Place County - MacKenzie Gray, PMS
Alternate - Jaycee Adkins, PMS
Click below for the Spelling Bee article
Students in grades 5-8 at Peterstown Middle participated in grade level spelling bees in January. Congratulations to the school winners. The County Bee will be held soon.
5th Grade Winners -- 1st Kayleigh McCroskey; 2nd Lilly St. Clair; 3rd Levi Dalton
6th Grade Winners-- 1st Alex Craig; 2nd MacKenzie Gray; 3rd Grabriella Walker
7th Grade -- 1st Bryceson Whitt; 2nd Jaycee Adkins; 3rd Cole Thomas
8th Grade-- 1st Haleah Burnside; 2nd Cholie Shires; 3rd Shyanne Lilly
Peterstown Middle School recognized Deputy Rodriguez today for his quick response yesterday to a reported threat on campus. We are so fortunate to have a PRO in each of our schools. Also a huge thanks to our WV State Police and Sheriff’s Department for responding and keeping our students safe! --- Monroe County Schools Facebook post
Get A Life
8th grade students at PMS participated in the “Get A Life” program. Students visited stations manned by teachers and community volunteers where they learned how education, employment, and life situations greatly influence their potential choices in life.
Thank you teachers and community members for this very eye opening experience!
Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney, Justin St. Clair, spoke to PMS students about potential criminal activities. He addressed tobacco use (Juuls), bullying, drug abuse and addiction, sexting, truancy and the consequences of these illegal activities. Thank you, Mr. St. Clair for encouraging our students to make good choices.
April Students of the Month 5th grade
Ashlyn Ferguson and Parker Noonkester
March Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Katherine Cook and Jamie Roberts
February Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Kayleigh McCroskey and Conner Dillion
January Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Amber Wills and Ryan Mann
December Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Remington Mace and Lyda King
November Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Cade Riffe and Rylie Surface
October Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Congratulations! Levi and Bailey
September Students of the Month for 5th Grade
Congratulations! Whisper and Tanner
World Day of Bully Prevention
On October 1, PMS participated in bullying awareness and prevention by wearing blue.
9-11 Remembrance Ceremony
A memorial ceremony was held at PMS on the morning of September 11 in honor of the lives lost in the attack on September 11, 2001. Local first responders, veterans, Board of Education members, students, faculty, and staff attended the observance.
The program was presented by members of the National Junior Honor Society, sponsored by Mrs. Angela Parker.
Dedication of new flagpole and flag
Thank you WoodmenLife for this meaningful addition to our campus.
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.
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.
7th Graders visit to Country View Assisted Living
7th grade students in Mrs. Dusold’s Language Arts Class at Peterstown Middle School read 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!
Chromebooks for students- Please contact Bobbie Tuggle (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Information on status of building needs of Peterstown schools. Click below to access BOE minutes from July 3.
Thank You Boy Scouts- Jamboree 2017 for your "Day of Service" with lots of painting at PMS.
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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