"A city of Legos based off "Clash of Clans" by Mrs. Grusczynski's 5th grade class. The students have spent the past couple weeks inside with the weather conditions. However, they have made the best of it!"
The Harlem Wizards game has been rescheduled due to the snow storm. The new date is February 7, 2016 from 12:00pm-2:00pm. The doors will open at 11:30am for general admission ticket holders. All courtside ticket holders should be there by 11:15am. We will be playing at Montville Township High School gym. We do have some tickets still available at Barry’s Montville Pharmacy – 185 Changebridge Rd., Montville. You can also get tickets online at www.PathwaysKids.org. The Wizards put on an excellent show – we look forward to seeing everyone there!
Congratulations to Mrs. Elizabeth Jemas, Valley View’s 2015-2016 Educational Specialist of the Year and to Mrs. Kimberly DeMaria, Valley View’s 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year! All of our “Pandas” are so proud of these two accomplished educators! Mark your calendars for January 19th at 7:30 pm at the MTHS when the District Teachers of the Year will be recognized at the Board of Education meeting. All are welcomed to attend!
Pathways for Exceptional Children is extending the Haiti fund raiser deadline to December 23rd. Valley View is very close to reaching the $1,000 goal!!! Valley View is at $843.00. If the school gets to $1,000, Valley View's name will be printed on the back of the Haiti t-shirt Pathways is making this year and on the plaque that will hang in the school in Haiti. Please consider helping us to get enough donations in by the extended deadline of Dec. 23rd. Panda Pride is on its way to Haiti!
From our Valley View family to your family, a very happy holiday season. To a year of health and happiness....From Dr. Kennedy and the staff at Valley View.
4th graders in Ms. Gearing and Ms. Fitzpatrick's class experimented with computer science while participating in "Hour of Code."
Check out the "Truckload of Food" with our teachers Sandra Faranda and John Larkin who organized "26.6 Miles for 26 Days of Giving." Pictured in the center is Chris Sangone of the Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County. Mrs. Faranda and Mr. Larkin invited everyone in the Valley View Learning Community to donate non-perishable food items to the Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County. This event commemorated Mrs. Faranda and Mr. Larkin's successful completion of the NYC's Marathon on Nov. 1! We are so proud of our teachers for setting such high goals for themselves and for thinking of others in our community who may need assistance this Thanksgiving season. Mrs. Faranda and Mr. Larkin are true role model for our young students!
Learn more about Valley View by watching our new 'about' video below. It will be proudly displayed on our home page to the above right, directly above the all the site shortcuts and on our 'about' page permenantly for viewers to watch.....