Latest information for you:
End of Year Events:
May 24th-early release at 10:30 am
May 27th-Memorial Day, no school
May 30th-Day of the Arts-8th graders
June 5th-Awards Ceremony, includes NJHS induction 7:00 pm
June 7th-8th Grade Recognition and Dance 7:00 pm at GPHS-click here for more information
June 11th-Campus Day
June 12th-Last Day of School, dismissal at 10:30 am!!
7th Grade Orientation Monday, April 15 at 7 p.m. Families of incoming 7th graders are invited to come learn about our campus, staff, and curricculum. Click here to view the power point presentation that will be shown that evening.
7th Grade Summer Reading Project: click on following links to learn more!
7th and 8th grade students who maintain a 3.4 or higher grade point average may be eligible to be inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. This year the induction will take place at the Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, June 5th at 7:00 pm, this will be held in the Valley View Gymnasium.
In order to determine eligibility, semester GPAs are calculated after all grades have been recorded in late January. All students who have a GPA of 3.4 or higher, were notified by letter in February. Eligible students were required to complete 4 hours of community service
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.