This week's tiger spotlight goes out to Ms. Rocio Garcia for doing an excellent job every week with her students by keeping them actively engaged in the learning process. Ms. Garcia uses various instructional strategies and incorporates technology with her students daily help increase the learning rigor for her students to be successful in mathematics. When you enter her classroom students are actively engaged with the activities planned out. Mrs. Garcia teaches her students how to solve algebraic and geometric concepts by utilizing many hand-on and group activities which helps with retention of important mathematical concepts. Keep up the great work Ms. Garcia!
Valley View High School would like to shine the Tiger Spotlight on Mr. Omar Ochoa. His work ethic, knowledge of his content and his desire to see all his students succeed truly makes him an asset to our school and district. Mr. Ochoa sets high expectations for himself and his students. Most recently, his students took part in a service learning Project Based Learning based on the novel The Glass Castle.Students ran community service campaigns to gather canned food, cereal, band-aids, clothing, and other items for those in need in our community. This out of the ordinary teaching is making a huge impact on how our students view learning. For all his hard work and long hours dedicated to his students and his craft, Mr. Omar Ochoa is deserving of this week's Tiger Spotlight. Keep up the great work!
This week VVHS Tiger Spotlight goes out to Ms. Victoria Loredo who is an integral part of the ELA department with her innovative teaching methods and positive attitude. She sets high expectations for all her students and builds engaging rapport with each individual. Ms. Loredo strives to instill success and a sense of accomplishment within each of her students every day. She is extremely knowledgeable and utilizes technology daily to impart hands-on instruction. From her warm greetings to her happy disposition that is constantly maintained beyond the instructional day, Ms. Loredo exudes the true Tiger Spirit, which is the belief that students come first and all students can learn. Thank you, Mrs. Loredo, for everything. Keep up the great work!
Valley View ISD School Board Members