Dear Parents and Guardians, As noted in a recent letter, Valley View parents have reported several cases of pneumonia. The children who became ill were not clustered in a grade level but were scattered throughout the building. To date all children are back in school and no new cases were reported today. Additionally, our School Nurse has been in direct contact with the local and state Health Departments and our Cleaning Services. All appropriate protocols are in place. As is requested when children exhibit cold, flu, or pneumonia symptoms (a cough, running nose and fever), please keep them home until 24 hours fever free without fever-reducing medicine. When in doubt…a visit to your primary care provider is always advised. Thank you, Dr. Kennedy, Principal / Debra Barmore, School Nurse
Happy Halloween from the staff at Valley View
Friday, October 19th, Fireman A.J. came to Valley View to talk to Miss Profeta’s, Mrs. Warfield’s, and Mrs. Golini’s class about fire safety. The students came up with many questions to ask the fireman before he came. The students loved talking to about fire safety with the fireman. We all got chief badges and some of our friends got to try on fireman gear. We had a wonderful time and we thank Fireman A.J. for coming to talk to us!
Please join Valley View in celebrating Red Ribbon Week (RRW) starting Monday, October 22, 2018. RRW is an excellent time to discuss healthy choices and positive decision making. It connects with the LEAD program in 5th grade as well. For more information and our themes for the week....Click here
The heavy storms from last night (October 11) did not stop our students from having a great time today at an anti-bullying assembly sponsored by our amazing PTA. The children learned about kindness and being good citizens. Enjoy the video above from the show.