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  • Sun It is hard to believe that another school year has come and gone.  Dr. Kennedy and the staff would like to wish all of you a fun, safe, healthy and happy summer vacation.  We look forward to beginning another school year in September with many educational and exciting activities.  We would also like to congratulate Mrs. Patty Steiger on her upcoming retirement. To all our outgoing 5th grade students, we are confident you will do great in your new school, and will be deeply missed.  To all our incoming new students, welcome to Valley View, and get ready for an amazing school year.
     
     
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  • Book Keep your kids reading and learning all summer long by participating in We Give Books' Read for My Summer program.  Every week, Read for My Summer highlights a special book for you and your child to read online from the We Give Books library. Adding to the fun are engaging activities and reading tips that make each book come to life, including custom activities from ReadWriteThink, an initiative of the International Reading Association and the National Council of Teachers of English. The free, 10-week program helps parents, schools, and libraries offer children an exciting online reading experience. Start reading today!
     
     
     
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  • New   Home Energy Assistance Program Flyer.....Click here
     
     
     
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  • New   Summer Reading List.....Click here
     
     
     
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  • ldbo  
     
    Congratulations to Valley View Alumni, First Captain Brigade Commander Lindsey Danilack, who just graduated at West Point in May 2014.  We are very proud of you!
     
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  • lmda
     
     
    First Captain Lindsey Danilack of The Military Academy at West Point was honored by the fifth grade students and teachers on May 13 for her dedication to Valley View and our Country.  First Captain Danilack is a graduate of Valley View, MTHS and soon The Military Academy at West Point. For the last four years First Captain Danilack has visited Valley View and made presentations to students on character, leadership, service and the West Point Honor Code. Following graduation on May 28, First Captain Danilack  plans to attend flight school to learn to pilot Apache Helicopters. During the presentation Dr. Kennedy acknowledged First Captain Danilack with this quote:
     
    “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams
     
    First Captain Danilack…Your actions have inspired our students all these years. Thank you for being our leader!
     
     
     
     
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  •  thinkteacher
     
    Congratulations to our Physical Education Teacher Mr. Saunders (Mr. "S"), who was nominated, then selected by Think Teacher Magazine to be honored in their "Teacher Appreciation" issue.  Mr. "S" was one of 12 teachers selected from the entire state for this recognition. Click here to read the full article!!
     
     
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  • ks
     
    See video below about Mr Spector
    Guidance Counselor, Valley View Elementary School
     
    (Please note, you can watch video in large screen)
    (Simply click the little rectangle on the bottom right of the video)
     
     
     
     
     
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  •  ACES
     
    On May 7th, the students at Valley View participated in the 26th annual Project ACES (All Children Exercise Simultaneously) event.  Under the direction of our PE Teacher Mr. Saunders, the entire student population went outside on the hardtop and exercised / danced to music for 15 minutes.  Millions of children from all 50 states and 50 countries joined the event. 
     
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  • btta
     
    In celebration of Earth Day, the group, Bash the Trash, came to Valley View to show students how they can use various recyclable items to create musical instruments.  The students also got a quick review on the different types of musical instruments and the differences among percussion, wind and string instruments. 
     
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