PVF Principal

   Dear Paul V. Fly Families,


   Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year! 

  I am elated to be serving my fourth year as Principal at Paul V. Fly Elementary School. I am extremely grateful to be surrounded everyday by such very special people~ students, staff, parents, and community members who are motivated, knowledgeable and caring!

This year, as always, we will be providing our students with a warm learning environment packed with exciting new academic experiences that will result in successful and rewarding learning for all! Academics will be aligned with the English Language Arts and Math Common Core and include components from the Norristown Area School District’s Academic Plan. Students will also enjoy many special events, exciting assemblies, delightful surprises, and the very popular Paul V. Fly Elementary School musicals. PVF students, teachers, parents, and neighbors work together to make learning at Paul V. Fly challenging and fun!

Every year students at Paul V. Fly Elementary “Fly With Pride” when they: Take Care of Self, Take Care of Others and Take Care of Things. This is done on a consistent basis through our school-wide positive behavior support program (SWPBS). SWPBS a team-based, proactive approach, where we teach, monitor, and support appropriate school behavior for all students at all times. The talented and dedicated staff and the caring families of Paul V. Fly work cooperatively throughout the school year to assist our students in developing emotionally and socially, as well as academically, so they successfully grow into productive, responsible, and respectful citizens. 

We have a tremendous Parent Faculty Club (PFC) at PVF that helps us acquire things that supplement the education of every student.  From educational materials and resources, to class field trips, assemblies, and other special student and family events, our PFC does absolutely magnificent things for our children. Please consider participating in the organization.

This is going to be another remarkable school year! I look forward to working with all of the wonderful students, staff, and families of this community who make Paul V. Fly Elementary School such a special place to learn and grow!

 Best Wishes,

Mr. Mark Skoczynski, Principal


Headlines & Features

  • Parent Resources

    On a regular basis we will post resources for our families to use with their child. Please click on the link and explore some of the resources provided by our teachers and specialist.

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  • Check out our Library

    Have you ever wondered what books are in our Paul V. Fly Library? Well now you can not only check out the books but you can help your child bring them home. Take some time and click on the Library Quicklink found on the left side of this webpage.

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  • Summer Camp

    Believe it or not, summer is just around the corner! So we wanted to help you out by providing you with a helpful summer camps brochure. This brochure will help guide you to an appropriate program for your child.

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  • Asian Elephants by 4th graders

    In art class, 4th graders learned about painted elephant festivals in India. They viewed and discussed images of actual elephants painted and decorated for these festivals. Click on the link to see some examples.

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  • Van Gogh's Sunflowers

    Students learned about Van Gogh. Ask them what they know about Vincent. Together we analyzed his sunflower paintings. Click on the link to see some examples.

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  • Egyptian Art by 3rd Grade Students

    In art class, the students studied the art of Ancient Egypt. They practiced drawing many Egyptian hieroglyphics and images. For their final project, they gilded a piece of construction paper with gold paint. Click on the link to see some examples.

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  • Help PVF win a $2500 Grant!

    Please help support Paul V. Fly win a $2500 grant. This grant will be used to help us purchase a listening/amplifier device for one of our classrooms. This device will be so beneficial for many of our students with communication needs. Please click on the link to learn how to vote.

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  • SWPBS Behavior Videos

    This link will direct you to the SWPBS video’s that we used to teach our SWPBS lessons this year. Please use these video links as a resource to help your review the school behavior expectations.

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  • POINTS OF PRIDE 2012-13

    Expect more great things in 2013-14

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