Congratulations to the 2021-2022 PTO Officers. They are pictured from left to right: Adriana Flores, Parliamentarian; Yetzi Melo, Vice-President; Omar Quintanilla, Treasurer; Paola Guerra, President; and Edith Saenz, Secretary.
Please help us plan and design a better school year by filling and answering this quick survey. Por favor ayudenos a planear y diseñar programas mas apegados a las necesidades de nuestros estudiantes llenando y enviando esta encuesta.
Valley View Elementary was selected by the Texas Education Agency for the National ESEA Distinguished Schools. Each state may only name two schools as National ESEA Distinguished Schools per year, so we are honored to have been selected for this prestigious honor. Valley View Elementary was selected under Category 1: Exceptional student performance and academic growth for two consecutive years.
The Educational Results Partnership (ERP) Board of Directors and The Texas Business Leadership Council (TBLC) have named Valley View Elementary a 2018-2019 Texas Honor Roll distinction. VVE has earned the Honor Roll distinction for 4 years in a row! Congratulations students, staff and parents!
HOME CONNECT is an AR feature which allows parents to check on the progress their child is making with the AR program. All you need is the student's AR username and password. Click on AR HOME CONNECT above for the link.
Parents can access their child's STAAR results online. Please read the attached flyer (available in English and Spanish) to learn how. The flyer explains the steps parents must take to access their child’s STAAR results at TexasAssessment.gov.
Attendance is extremely important. Students miss out on instruction when they are late or absent. Please help us educate your children by ensuring they come to school on a daily basis and ensuring they arrive on time.
On Monday, October 1, Valley View Elementary was designated an Exemplary High Performing Schools National Blue Ribbon School for 2018 by U. S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. Valley View Elementary was one of 349 schools in the nation and one of twenty-four schools from Texas to be recognized in 2018.
STOPit is an online reporting tool designed to deter and mitigate bullying and cyber abuse, consisting of an app and a back-end incident management system for school administrators.
STOPit es una herramienta diseñada para reportar en línea y desafiada para impedir y mitigar el acoso escolar y el abuso cibernético, que consiste en una aplicación y un sistema de administración de incidentes para los administradores escolares.