Moments in Music
All School Read "The Trouble with Chickens" forms due April 10th
The Valley View staff would like to invite you to participate in our third annual all school read. We will be reading "The Trouble with Chickens" by Doreen Cronin. Our kickoff event will be on May 6th. The event is free to attend and the cost of the book is $5.50. If you cannot find your flyer, you can print another one here.
Packer-Up for Goodwill
It is time to clean out your closets, basements and garages! During the month of April, Goodwill is sponsoring a Packer- Up drive. Donald Driver will visit the school that has donated the most articles of clothing or household goods. When you drop off your donations at Goodwill, please let them know you are from Valley View Elementary. We will also collect donations at school. Let's work together for this great cause, and maybe we will be the winner!
Employee of the Year Nominations
The Employee of the Year recognition will be sponsored by the Menomonee Falls Scholarship and Educational Foundation in partnership with the School District of Menomonee Falls Board and Leadership Team. Nominations must be received by April 14th. Both staff and parents can nominate teachers.
To read more, click here.
To nominate a teacher, click here.
May 23 – the Friday before Memorial Day – is now a student school day.
2014-2015 OPEN ENROLLMENT
Open Enrollment seats available for 2014/2015 school year:
52 New Seats offered for 2014-2015
Continuous Classroom Improvement is about clearly communicating with students and parents what students need to know and how the learning will be measured. It is also about engaging students in the learning process so it can continually improve. How are we using the CCI process in our schools? What impact is it having on student learning?
Please click on this link to learn more about our strategies.
PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
For the past two years, Valley View has implemented a school-wide program that fosters positive behaviors in our students. At Valley View, students are asked to be Respectful, Responsible and Ready! These positive behaviors promote a safe and positive learning environment. Students who fill their paw print sticker row receive a reward and a positive telephone call to their parents. This quarter students are working on strategies for positive behavior on the playground. They are also learning steps to stop physical aggression.