Valley View Elementary School
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Welcome To The 'New' Valley View School Webpage


Mission Statement:  Valley View’s educators impart their enthusiasm and love of learning to our students. Rigorous standards underpin lesson planning and challenge students to work to their potential. Data driven instruction provides the basis for teaching to individual strengths while addressing specific needs.  Valley View students are encouraged to be respectful, responsible, and compassionate citizens of our learning community. School culture and climate remains positive when children strive to be advocates for diversity and acceptance.  Valley View’s motto inspires and guides our daily practice. Children, parents, teachers, and administrators trust that Valley View is a school “where all children can learn!” 


Learn more about our wonderful school by watching the videos below!








Character Education At Valley View Elementary School



logoCharacter Education plays a major role in the Valley View School environment. Each year students use our green screen to come up with creative ways to express how Valley View teaches the core values of respect, kindness and acceptance to the children. Both staff and students work together on these presentations. Enjoy our "It's Raining Respect" video to the right which highlights character education at our school! 


Please visit our school's Youtube Channel to enjoy more Valley View videos which includes concerts, school initiatives, goals, television clips, programs and class projects.






News And Notes From Valley View Elementary School


Our Summer Video Message To Our Families


From Our Reading Department

10 Ideas for Summer Reading....Click here



Math 24

On Wednesday, May 29th, Ms. Falk held the Math 24 Final Tournament. All year students in the Math 24 Club have worked hard to play this game to increase their speed and accuracy with all four operations in math. Ms. Falk would like to congratulate the top four winners! First place: Shalini Sivakumar, Second place: Zaara Mehta, Third place: Henry Chen, Fourth place: Christopher Smith. Well done third graders! Valley View is proud of you all!

Book Signing

Author Signing

The Valley View fifth graders had a chance to contribute to a published book! Dr. Rovtar created a compilation of student writing on different topics such as resilience, respect, and kindness. The book is called A Road Map for Respect, Kindness, Gratitude, Grit, Courage, and Resilience: Words of Wisdom from the Montville Township Public School Students and is available for purchase on Amazon. Congratulations to all of our young authors!


Promising Practices

Promising Practices

Valley View School has received the 'Promising Practices' award as well as Montville being named a National School District of Character. has been certifying Promising Practices in education for nearly 20 years. These recognized practices are often a good first step towards becoming a School of Character.



From The Montville Township Police Department

“Prevent Auto Theft – Remove your keys and lock your car doors”

Summer Assignments

The district has released the Summer Reading books for MTHS and Lazar Middle School as well as the Summer Math Assignments for students who will be entering grades 6, 7 and 8 in September.   Access the information here.

Summer hours will be from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Student Highlights

Project ACES

For the 31st year, Valley View has lead the country in Project ACES.  On May 1, millions of children around the globe exercised in unison to promote healthy lifestyle. 


Congratulations to Karley Longo and Brody Hammer for being the recipients of this year's Make A Difference Award!


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"Where All Children Can Learn"