Welcome to Valley View Middle School, we are looking forward to a fabulous school year.
Families of incoming 7th graders were invited to learn about our campus, staff, and curricculum on Monday, April 21st . If you were not able to attend you may here to view the presentation that was given that evening.
MAKING SUMMER PLANS?
VALLEY VIEW REGISTRATION DATES FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR
August 19th-8th Grade Registration 10:00-.1:00-p.m.
August 20th-7th Grade Registration 10:00-.1:00-p.m.
August 20th-7th and 8th Grade Registration 4:00-7:00 p.m.
Schedule Pick Up
Thursday, August 28th from 1:00-4:00
This is a time for students to pick up their class schedule and a map. They can then walk the building to see where their classes are. Teachers will not be available on this day.
When will your child start school?
Only 7th graders will attend on Wednesday, September 3rd.
Both 7th and 8th graders will attend on Thursday, September 4th. The school day runs from 7:30 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 7:30 a.m. to 12:10 p.m. on Fridays.
Need to register your new student?
If your student is brand new to Snohomish School District, or returning to the district, a completed packet will need to be turned in to our office in order to enroll your student at Valley View Middle School. If you need additional information about registration, please contact Mrs. Galusha, Registrar at 360-563-4239 or email@example.com Along with a completed registration packet, the following documents will be needed:
(Student immunizations must be up-to-date before the student may attend school.)
Click here for 7th grade registration packet
Click here for 8th grade registration packet
Summer Reading Project 2014-For Incoming 7th Graders
Attached you will find the material we kindly ask you to review and read. This assignment is for students who will be attending as new 7th graders in September. ALL, incoming 7th graders are expected to have read several books over the summer and from those choose one to create a visual prop and oral presentation. This is not a book report, please look over the material carefully. The second week of school all students will give this presentation to peers in their language arts class. Through this we hope to get to know each other through what we read.
& VVMS ELA teachers
8th Grade Summer Reading Assignment
The 8th grade summer reading assignment encourages students to continue reading outside of school. Students are asked to keep a list of their self-selected titles and choosing one, complete a summary and reflection. This work is due on the second day of school and should reflect rigor and depth of thought. Click here for assignment details.
Due to extremely full bus loads, no bus passes will be given on Fridays, the only exception is if your child is riding their own bus and getting off at a different stop.
Did you miss signing up for your Sno-Isle Public library card during registration? Here is how you can sign up on line.
“Get a library card” Click on these words and fill in the questions.
The library will send you a library card. Please write that card number on the back of the student ID. Card in sharpie and cover with clear tape so that it will not scratch off. This way you and your parents will have the information they need to log into Sno-Isle’s homework help and other wonderful sources.
College Success Foundation - College Bound Scholarship guides low-income 7th and 8th graders on the path to a college education by offering the promise of tuition when the student reaches college age if the student keeps up his or her grades and stays crime-free. The College Success Foundation, in partnership with the state of Washington, the Higher Education Coordinating Board (HECB), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, actively works with students and families throughout the state to get them to sign up and provide college readiness support in selected school districts.
This Website is a great resource for families who would like information on upcoming college needs.
Valley View Middle School and its parent club are excited to support
the Watch DOGS (Dads Of Great Students) program at our school. WATCH DOGS is the safe schools initiative of the National Center for Fathering that involves fathers and father figures to help create a more safe and secure learning environment in our schools.Click here to learn more about the Watch DOGS program.