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This summer West Valley School District is offering over 200 virtual courses. From credit recovery to enrichment courses, learn more about summer school opportunities by clicking here.

Posted by WVSD  On May 18, 2017 at 2:27 PM
  

 

 

Congratulations to our art students who entered the Might Tieton Student Art Exhibition. Tieton Arts & Humanities presents a student art exhibition each year, showcasing the K-12 art programs from Highland, Naches Valley, and West Valley school districts.

 

Here are the winners from our school. So proud of them!

 

Asher LatonAsher’s Starry Night, Mrs. Nugent, Kindergarten

 

Rachel Hede, Summer, Mrs. McDonald, 2nd grade

 

Julian ShowalterLava Pit, Mrs. McDonald, 3rd grade

 

Aarya KunhiramanThe Happy Forest, Mrs. Campbell, 4th Grade

 

See their work for yourself! The exhibition will stay open till May 14th, at Mighty Tieton: 608 Wisconsin Avenue in Tieton, Washington.

Posted by WVSD  On May 04, 2017 at 12:39 PM
  

 

Junior High Poster Contest Winner:  Mikayla Harris

See the other winners and submissions at the show!

 

West Valley High School students have come together to put on the play “Alice in Wonderland” with over 80 5th grade - 8th grade students as cast and crew. 

 

After spending most of the 2016-2017 school year writing the script for her own version of “Alice in Wonderland,” senior Haley Biegler gathered a crew of 20 high school students to help her put on this amazing production. The high school students composed the music, choreographed the dances, and designed the lighting, sound, and set. They also made the costumes and set and learned the ins and outs of publicity, holding a poster contest.

 

We’re so proud that these experienced high school students have given younger students the opportunity to be on stage while learning the how to put on a production firsthand.

 

Says Ruth Veselka, their advisor, “I have consistently been impressed, and at times truly blown away by their generosity, kindness, and creativity in working with these talented young actors and crew.”

 

Come see this fantastic production for all ages: 

May 5th at 7pm, and May 6th at 2pm and 7pm at the West Valley Junior High Auditorium. Tickets are 5 dollars.


Posted by WVSD  On May 04, 2017 at 12:39 PM
  

 

 

 

West Valley student Martin Sample has been accepted to the Air Force Academy! We want to recognize Martin for his hard work as a scholar, leader, and athlete!

 

Congratulations on your acceptance and scholarship! You have made us proud!

Posted by WVSD  On May 04, 2017 at 12:38 PM
  

 

 

The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic Los Niños Bien Educados program has started at Summitview Elementary. This parenting program was written for monolingual and bilingual Spanish speaking parents. It is a culturally-specific skill-building course with an emphasis on positive discipline and communication. The classes are free, and free childcare and snacks are provided for infants to children 11 years of age.

 

The instructors are very experienced and professional, and it is an amazing opportunity for migrant and ELL families in our district. At the end of each session, parents receive a book!

The program will run for six weeks, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6PM to 9PM.

 

To learn more, click here. 

Posted by WVSD  On May 04, 2017 at 12:38 PM
  
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