Greetings from Dan Gutman, author of the My Weird School books, one of Valley View’s most checked-out series in the Media Center! Dan wants to wish all our students a great year filled with lots of reading. Don’t forget to keep showing our love of reading by sharing your “caught reading” photos of your children with Ms. Whealan (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
Parents and Guardians, Please do not stop your car in the drop off line to get out and take your youngster out of the car on the driver’s side. Please do not pass vehicles in front of you; move up as the line moves up to exit the campus. For safety, all children should enter and exit the car on the curb side. Staff members are on duty to assist the children as needed.You support is critical. Thank you, Dr. Kennedy
Dear Parents and Guardians, 2018-2019 is off to a terrific start. Our buses and parents and guardians dropped off the most amazing children to begin their new school year. We are so happy to see how eager the children were to meet their teachers and classmates. The learning adventure continues at Valley View! Thank you for all of your support!!Yours in Panda Pride, Dr. Kennedy
Girls on the Run is a program that teaches girls confidence, positive social skills, and healthy living through interactive lessons, fun games, and running activities. The Valley View Girls on the Run team is about to start our second season! The program encourages girls to build their self-esteem and create a more active lifestyle. They also learn how to relate to others and their community through a team service project. Each season ends with a 5K with girls from all over northern NJ. This program is open to all girls from 3rd-5th grade in Montville. Our first season was very successful and we are excited to see our team grow this year! If you have any questions about the Valley View team, please contact Miss Altchek at email@example.com. For more information......Click here.