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     See video below about Mrs. Barmore
    District Head Nurse, 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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  •  pumpkin
     
    Mrs. Matarazzo's, Ms. Griffin, Mrs. Spagnardi's, Mrs. Slattery's, Mrs. McGowan's and Mrs. Supel's second graders got into the Halloween spirit and created jack-o-lanterns to represent their favorite characters in books. After the students presented their creations in class, the pumpkins were placed on exhibit in the Media Center for enjoyment of all Valley View students.
     
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    The fourth  graders in Mrs. Magsamen's class combined science and art to create Halloween skeletons. Each pair of students cut out skeleton parts and followed a diagram to put together a completed skeleton. Next they worked together to create Halloween costumes for the skeletons. They made sketches and decided how to share the work. They used a variety of art materials to complete them. They are now hanging up on the bulletin board  outside of room 11A.
     
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  • Great Job Congratulations to the Valley View Fifth graders who participated in the 6th annual Exercise US program in early October.  The program and children were highlighted in the Daily Record for participating in the national event.  You can read the article found here.  Great job!
     
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  • News   Valley View's You Tube Channel.....Click here
     
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  • davidjack  
     
    David Jack recently came to speak with Valley View students on how students can handle bullying in school.  In a highly interactive presentation, Mr. Jack showed the kids how to pick out bullies and explained the  different types of bullying as well as dynamics of bullying interactions.  In the end, Mr. Jack showed the kids how they can stand up against bullying in school.
     
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  • sidewalk
     
    Valley View students created special drawings in October to highlight the Week of Respect. The artwork was featured on the sidewalk and blacktop in the playground area to remind us to demonstrate respect in every aspect of our lives.  This was completed under the guidance of Mr. Spector.

     
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    On October 2, 2014, the Valley View 5th graders participated in the 7th annual Exercise US event.  Thousands of schools nationwide participated, and our school kicked off the event promptly at 8AM.   The concept behind the Exercise US program is to motivate children to become physically fit and healthy by making fitness fun. Children will enjoy the concept of participating in 10 continuous hours of fitness from coast to coast. Schools or organizations that sign up will partake in 15 minutes of exercise at their location. When their 15 minute time allotment is over, they have completed their portion of the program. At that moment, in a new location, the next exercise session will begin, which could potentially be in a different state. The program will begin at 8:00 a.m. eastern time, and finish at 3:00 p.m. pacific time.  The Valley View students had a great time, and learned the value of exercise in a fun and non-competitive manner.  The program was organized by Mr. Saunders, our physical education teacher.
     
     
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  • parenting Do you ever wonder if there is a better way to handle those daily parenting problems?  The Montville Townshop Drug Awareness Council and The Montville Township Public Library are sponsoring Active Parenting classes for teens and children ages 4-7.  Please check the links for the brochures, dates and times.
     
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  • new   Parking safety rules for students before / after school.....Click here
     
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