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  • new    Montville Drug Awareness Council Trivia Game Show (Mustang Mania) Information - February 6.....Click here
     
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  • New   Helping Your Child Love Themselve, FROM THE INSIDE OUT,  February 10th 6:30-8pmClick here for details.
     
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  • new   Harlem Wizards Vs. the Montville Superstars....Click here
     
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  • mm Before winter break, Mrs. Matarazzo’s second graders studied friendly letters in Writing Workshop. One of the activities was for the student to write a letter to their favorite Disney character. Mrs. Matarazzo mailed the letters to Disney Headquarters and received responses from their favorite characters after the New Year! Mickey sent a special note thanking the children on behalf of all of the characters, and sent each child a special Disney post-card. :) As can be imagined, the class was SO excited and learned about the power of friendly letters!
     
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  • bFit  

    In January, Brian Richards visited Valley View to present the bFit Show.  Brian used comedy, magic, and tons of audience participation to get the students excited about being Fit! The topics of proper nutrition as well as exercise were both covered. Brian even had the students dancing and exercising and having fun! Although Brian's show uses a light-hearted approach, he still delivered a powerful and motivational message that kids in America need to hear! The show was enjoyed by both the students and teachers!
     
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    Valley View School is pleased to announce our Educational Services Professional and Teacher of the Year - Dr. Sheila Frye – Educational Services Professional, Reading Specialist and Ms. Kimberly Gorman-Caravello – Teacher of the Year, Classroom Teacher.  These teachers have been selected based on their exemplary professionalism.  They are role models for their colleagues and give of their time and expertise to Valley View School.  We are proud to acknowledge them for their unwavering commitment to our students and families. Congratulations Dr. Frye and Ms. Gorman - Caravello!  Our Panda Pride is glowing :)
     
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    Dr. Kennedy and the staff at Valley View wish our community a very happy and healthy holiday season :)
     
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    Miss Falk and Mrs. Synhorst's third graders finished their "Stuck in a Snow Globe" writing project. Students wrote a short story about what they would do if they were stuck in a snow globe. Students finished their project by making their own snow globe. Come by room 7A to check out their projects!
     
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  • phone The Joan Ganz Cooney Center is a leader in research on technology, literacy, and children. They recently published a free resource called "Family Time with Apps", a great read.  Here's a write up from the center:  When we think of apps for kids, we often think of games for either entertainment or learning. But apps aren’t limited to just games or books—apps can provide important social, emotional, and physical experiences too. Family Time with Apps is designed to help parents better understand the variety of ways that apps can support children’s healthy development and family learning, communication, and connection. The guide aims to show parents how to find the best apps that fit your child’s needs, provide tips on how (and why!) to use apps together, and highlight even more resources that will make the process of selecting apps less overwhelming, and more fun.
     
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  •  njpa

    On December 5th, the Pushcart Players visited Valley View to present "Celebrating New Jersey", a timely folk musical that coincides with New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary. The students were entertained by the singing and dancing and humor while they learned about our state's history, including the arrival of the first settlers, the American Revolution, the writing of the Constitution, the significant participation in the Civil War, Thomas Edison’s life-changing work in West Orange and New Jersey’s pivotal role in industry.
     
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