Office: (505) 455-2238    Fax: (505) 455-3392   School Hours: 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM   School Begins: 7:30 AM



Mr. Mario Vigil

Email: mtv@pvs.k12.nm.us

Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year! I am honored and excited to serve as your principal for Pojoaque Valley Middle School this year. I began my teaching career at Pojoaque Valley High School where I taught for thirteen years and later served as principal at our Sixth Grade Academy.  As a proud graduate of Pojoaque Valley Schools, I am committed to working collaboratively with our community of learners to ensure that all students have the opportunity to reach their full academic and social potential while demonstrating pride in their efforts. I sincerely look forward to working with our students, staff, and families to provide the support and guidance necessary to make sure that our students are prepared to enter high school where they will continue to achieve greatness in preparation for college, their chosen career, and beyond.

2019-2020 Registration

8th Grade:

Monday, July 29, 2019

8:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 2:00 – 6:00 PM

7th Grade:

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

8:00 AM – 1:00 PM and 2:00 – 6:00 PM

School Supplies for 2019-2020

Click here for Supply List.

Before & After School Program

Pojoaque Valley School District provides a safe and enriching daycare environment and quality program for grades K-8.  Click here for more information.

School Menus

Click here for information on our food services, including meals costs, menus, how to apply for free and reduced meals, and to sign up for pre-paid meals through My School Bucks.

Contact the Nurses Office

Contact Ms. Donna Herrera, Health Assistant at (505) 455-2238 or dmh@pvs.k12.nm.usClick here for more information.

Bus Routes and Info

Click here for information on bus routes and other important information about our bus transportation service.

Parent/Student Handbook

Click here to download the Parent/Student Handbook for 2019-20.

Online Resources
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Reading Plus

There is a new Reading initiative between the 7th and 8th Grade English Department and the company, Reading Plus. This program will be part of our Response to Intervention (RTI) goals to help our scholars improve reading fluency, stamina, and comprehension.  Please take a moment to review the information provided here to become more acquainted with this powerful tool designed to meet each individual’s scholar’s reading needs and interests.

Program Overview

In addition, your scholar can access this website at home and continue to proceed through their individualized reading program. The more they do, the more improvements will be seen. Most scholars have completed the initial Insight assessment, and this information is available to you online.  Please have your scholar log on at the following address, and select students. Their password is their Student ID number and their password is their last name.

Reading Plus Login Information

Log-In to Reading Plus

Imagine Math

This is a great resource that we have been using in the classroom once a week. I am encouraging students to use this at home also. There is an app they can download for their smartphone which makes it more accessible. They each have their username and password so they can log in.  As they log on and complete lessons this will count towards their class grade. I am also giving an award and a prize per 9 week grading period to the student with the most points and lessons passed.

Click here for this great Math Resource!

Whooo’s Reading

Another great resource that we have been able to add to our Reading and Writing program is Whooo’s Reading- which is a free and improved version of Accelerated Reader . Students can access their account here:

Whooo’s Reading Log-In

Scholar  usernames and passwords are unique to the program, and have been handed out in card format. Students select an  avatar and are able to personalize it  as they progress. Teachers will be incorporating this activity into  Book Talk grades, so you will want to become familiar with this website as well.

Great Schools

Click here for a great resource for parents to understand the PARCC grades 3-8.