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Locking In Lifelong Readers in 4th Grade

By fourth grade, most students know how to read. Learning to love reading, however, is a different story.  Valley View is making it happen.  Fourth-graders who reach 10,000 minutes of independent reading during the year receive a ticket to the annual Literacy Lock-In.  
 
   


 
 

 
School Announcements
We did it!
We raised enough money to add an all-accessible playground - more than $52,000! Thank you so much to Jodi Miller and WTMJ Cares, the Nelson family, all our Valley View students and staff, and to our entire Menomonee Falls community!
See our celebration from Saturday.
Valley View Literacy Night
Come and join the fun during the Valley View Literacy Night on Thursday, May 28 at 6:00 p.m. There will be fun activities throughout the evening.  The entire school will be reading "Dexter the Tough".  More information will be sent out closer to the date. 
Please note that the date was changed!

 
PBIS: Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

 At Valley View, students taught to be Respectful, Responsible and Ready! These positive behaviors promote a safe and positive learning environment. Students will be reinforced by earning Class Dojo points.  Parents can access their child's Dojo by logging in to see how their child's week is going.  

A Note From Mrs. Posnanski:
Students love receiving points and positive reinforcement for behaviors. Occasionally, students may lose a point. We are utilizing the program to shape student behavior and increase positive choices. When a child loses a point, the teacher will not be able to notify the parents for each incident. Many of these negative points are for extremely minor items. A few examples may be: lying on the carpet during instruction, talking out of turn, not walking in the hallway, etc. Many of these behaviors occur in schools and have always occurred. Teachers have always given reminders to students and will continue to do so. Parents should not be alarmed if their child receives a negative point. If it is a larger issue, the teacher or office will contact you directly to discuss the incident. The program is meant to be a positive tool. As a parent please look at the percentage of positive points and celebrate that with your child. If the percentage is chronically low, please feel free to contact me. Our goals are that we continue to celebrate and reward students for positive behavior and communicate often with parents about student progress. We know that Class DoJo will continue to assist us with attaining our goals and will continue to motivate children to do their best!!!

Click here to view the Valley View PBIS Matrix.

 





Valley View Mission
The Valley View staff is committed to:
-  Providing a positive, supportive learning environment focused on each student’s learning  
-  Collaborating and using instructional best practices that provide differentiated instruction
-  Involving students actively in their learning
-  Developing life-long learners and productive citizens of the global community

Valley View VisionThe Valley View community purposefully collaborates to create a safe and respectful learning environment which provides high quality instruction through differentiation.  We focus on maximizing student growth where all students, staff and parents take ownership of their learning.
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