PVMS Activities

Art Honors

Parkview students in the Art Honors Program are students who wish to enhance their artistic skills and knowledge by experiencing art in an extended format. The mission of the Art Honors Program is to advance art education through professional development, to provide an increase of art experiences, and to improve the artistic awareness of our members and those who benefit from the artwork produced.

Art Honors Expectations
 


 

Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is a reading competition for students in 7th and 8th grade that runs from October through February. Students will develop teams of 3 or 4 students to read a total of 20 books.  Students will then meet for head-to-head battles where they will be asked questions about the books.  

Battle of the Book website
 


 

Drama Club

Students who have an interest in performing in plays should think about being part of the drama club which runs for the majority of the school year.

 

Google Drive Drama Club Info

Shrek Rehearsal Schedule

 


 

The Hitching Post

The Hitching Post is the name of our school newspaper. Supervised by Mrs. Turk and Ms. Kelly, the newspaper offers a wide variety of opportunity for student participation. All students are welcome to contribute any type of writing to the student newspaper. Students with knowledge and talent in layout and design, photography, and drawing are also welcome.
 



Jazz Band
Jazz Band is an extra-curricular ensemble that meets after school on Mondays from 2:45-4:00. Students learn about playing jazz music and popular music as well as the basis behind all jazz music, improvisation. Although students are not required to improvise, they do learn basic skills to help them construct a solo based on a chord structure. These students are highly motivated to learn and very dedicated to their instruments. Performances may include a Milwaukee Bucks game, PVMS Musical, Solo & Ensemble, Ice Cream Social, Jazz Concert and others.
 


 

Park View Voices

The Voices are the top vocal ensemble at Park View Middle School. This group is composed of auditioned singers that meet every week throughout the school year, typically on a Friday afternoon. A variety of music is studied and performed in this extra curricular group including renaissance, pop, jazz and blues. Several performance opportunities are afforded The Voices, including, but not limited to Mukwonago's Breakfast with Santa & The Milwaukee Bucks pre-show stage. The Voices also host the MASD Elementary Choir Fest every February for area 5th and 6th graders. Auditions are held in September and are open to anyone who attends PVMS.
 


 

S.A.V.E. - Students Against Violence Everywhere

Save engages students in meaningful violence prevention efforts within their school and community, empowers youth
with knowledge and skills necessary to provide service to their community and school, and encourages positive peer influences within the school and community through violence prevention efforts.

 


 

Singing in Wisconsin

Singing in Wisconsin has become a fun annual state wide tradition sponsored by the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association. On the second Saturday in November, students from all over our state participate in four regional concerts. Students prepare for this performance on their own and during after school rehearsals with their participating choral director. Each region rehearses at a special venue during the concert day and holds their performance in the late afternoon. All regions are singing at the same time, hence the title, Singing in Wisconsin!
 


 

Ski Club

Park View Middle School?s ski program will be to Alpine Valley, in East Troy, WI. Information will be coming out closer to December. 

2016-17 Ski Club Information/Forms
 



String Choir

String choir is an after school string ensemble open to seventh and eighth graders that play violin, viola cello or bass. It rehearses from mid January until the end of March to prepare an entry for the district solo and ensemble festival hosted at the high school. After a break in April, students will also meet in May for 1-2 rehearsals to brush up their piece to perform on the spring concert.


 

Student Government

Do you want to have a say in what happens in your school?  If so, join student government.  Student government allows you to let your voice be heard and the opportunity to help create spirit days and other activities that help your school and the student body.

 


 

VEX Robotics

VEX Robotics Club is an activity in which a group of students works together to design, build, program, and compete in tournaments with a robot. This year's season runs from the beginning of September through the middle of February. Contact Mrs. Kellie Arenz or Mr. Eric Schwister if interested.

 


 

Wisconsin School Music Association's District Solo And Ensemble Festival

The WSMA District Solo and Ensemble event is held annually at Mukwonago High School on a Friday evening and Saturday weekend during spring. Performing music students are able to take part in this event by preparing a solo, duet, trio, quartet or another type of mixed ensemble. Singers prepare for their event by practicing at home and with Mrs. Wildeman during after school lessons. After preparation is complete, individual performance's are held for a judge and awards are given. All performing music students are encouraged to participate in this outstanding event!
 


 

Yearbook

Take part in putting your school year into photos through the school yearbook.  There are several different tasks to do with yearbook, but taking and uploading photos is a major part.

Instructions for uploading photos

Upload photos here
 


 

Best Buddies

Best Buddies is about including and accepting others.  The club consists of regular education students (Peer Buddies), and students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (Buddies).  Buddies and Peer Buddies are paired up at the beginning of the year.  Throughout the year, we host monthly fun activities here at school, field trips, and attend local Best Buddies Inc. events.  Relationships and bonds grow strong over the course of the year which is both meaningful and inspiring to all students involved.  Students who are not paired up have the option of being an "Associate Member" where they can support Best Buddies and attend chapter events with us. 

 
Fun Fact:  PVMS Best Buddies is 1 of only 6 middle school chapters in the state!
 
   

 

 

 

 

 

Park View Middle School

  • 930 N. Rochester Street
  • Phone: (262) 363-6292
  • Fax: (262) 363-6320