On Friday, January 18, AATMA Performing Arts came to Valley View to perform Colors of India. The dancers performed many Indian dances starting with Folk Dances up to modern Bollywood Dances. The students were taught some of the dances. This exciting show taught about the history of India as well as the importance of diversity.
Valley View School would like to congratulate our teacher of the year and our educational specialist of the year, Mrs. Warfield and Mr. Saunders. The school community is very proud of you. Pictured with Dr. Kennedy above, and Dr. Shorter, Jennifer DeSaye, Patricia Stryker below.
Congratulations to 5th grader Christina Suppa who sang "This Girl is on Fire" to the school during the morning announcements on Friday, January 4, 2019. She did a great job. We are proud of you Christina! Thank you to Ms. Ivins and Mr. Spector for organizing this.
Meet the students from Mrs. Warfield's class working their shift at the Panda Pagoda pictured along with Mrs. Newkirk (far left) and Daria Senaldi-Romeo (far right) from the MEF.
On Friday, December 14th, Brian Richards returned to Valley View to perform the B Fit Show. This high energy show includes magic, comedy, movement, and audience participation to encourage students to live a healthy lifestyle.
Check out Valley View 5th-grade student Ann Cao along with Ms. Alcaro playing their violins during the morning announcements on December 13, which is National Violin day. Great job!
On December 8th and 9th, the FLL (First Lego League) North NJ Championship Tournament took place at Mt. Olive High school. The Robo Rockets team members Anisha Mulinti (5th grade) and Aashna Rudhravajayala (5th grade) got 1st place for the Mechanical Design Award. Congratulations to our 5th grade students!