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Week 24 Tiger SpotLight

This week's Tiger Spotlight goes out to Mr. Antonio De La Rosa. He joined the TSTEM campus this year and is assisting with Algebra 2, Geometry, and our Algebra 1 re-testers. Mr. De La Rosa maintains student engagement by making connections that students can understand. Students are taught to think analytically and apply what they are learning both in the classroom and outside of the school setting. Both students and staff members admire and respect the work ethic that Mr. De La Rosa demonstrates on a daily basis. He has been with our district for over 20 years and continues to be a valued member of the Valley View High School family. Thank you for your continued dedication to our students!
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Week 23 Tiger Spotlight

This week's Tiger Spotlight shines on Mrs. Marta Andaverdi. Mrs. Andaverdi does an excellent job at coordinating our CoOp students by placing them in our districts' schools providing other administrators with much needed assistance and providing our students with real experiences in the work force. Additionally, she helps our students grow into well-rounded individuals by providing opportunities for them to participate in several good causes such as the Vannie E. Cook campaign, which assists children diagnosed with cancer, as well as the Rio Grande Valley Food Bank. Mrs. Andaverdi's commitment to our students is evident in everything she does; from her daily assignments, to the structure and rigor of her classes, to her assistance during testing. Mrs. Andaverdi, on behalf of our high school, thank you for everything that you do for our students on a daily basis. You truly are appreciated!!
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Week 22 Tiger Spotlight

This week tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Epifanio Mora who does an amazing job on a weekly basis keeping his students actively engaged with Pre-Calculus and Calculus learning concepts dealing with derivatives and integrals of functions. Mr. Mora uses various instructional strategies and real word applications of how Calculus is applied in everyday situations. Students utilize technology, hands-on and group activities to grasp and retain these hard concepts. Mr. Mora also works closely with staff and administration to meet the goals we have for our students in order to ensure our students are well prepare. His professionalism attitude, commitment and sincere love to education is evident daily. Mr. Mora's work ethic is exceptional. Keep up the great work!
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Week 21 Tiger Spotlight

This week's Tiger Spotlight shines bright upon Mr. Ivan De La Rosa who not only sets high educational standards for his learners to reach and exceed, but expects nothing but respect and courtesy out of his students. One only has to enter his classroom to observe a print-rich environment, and will immediately encounter manners that have long been lost to many, but not in his classroom. Congratulations, Mr. De La Rosa, for being a "true teacher" in every sense of the word!
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Week 20 Tiger Spotlight

This week VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mrs. Elizabeth Guzman and Mrs. Maria A. Garcia for doing and outstanding job. Both Mrs. Guzman and Mrs. Garcia are critical components of the counseling dept. and our campus. Their work ethic, professionalism and dedication is exceptional with our students, parents and staff. They both exemplify the Tiger spirit. Keep up the great work Mrs. Guzman and Mrs. Garcia!
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Week 20 Tiger Spotlight

This week VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mrs. Elizabeth Guzman and Mrs. Maria A. Garcia for doing and outstanding job. Both Mrs. Guzman and Mrs. Garcia are critical components of the counseling dept. and our campus. Their work ethic, professionalism and dedication is exceptional with our students, parents and staff. They both exemplify the Tiger spirit. Keep up the great work Mrs. Guzman and Mrs. Garcia!
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Week 19 Tiger Spotlight

This week's Valley View High School Tiger Spotlight shines on Ms. Norma Garcia for working closely with her FCCLA students by properly preparing them for the Region V Leadership Conference held in Corpus Christi this past week. Ms. Garcia and her amazing students came back with excellent results as they participated in STAR Proficiency Events, Family and Consumer Science Assessments, and the House of Delegates. Mrs. Garcia's students also won first place for donating the most books in the 5A Division for the Campfire Stories Project! Additionally, six of her teams qualified to advance to the state competition in their areas. Congratulations to Ms. Garcia for inspiring her students to “Rise, Lead, and Succeed”. We truly appreciate all the work she does and her unwavering support for our students. Keep up the great work!
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Week 18 Tiger Spotlight

This week's VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Charles Torres for continuing to do an amazing job with the dance program. Mr. Torres has been working closely with his students daily to get them well prepared for their competitions. Just recently, our dance students earned a division one rating at the VDEC Dance contest which took place at our campus. This is the second straight year in a roll our dance team has earned this rating. Mr. Torres commitment to our students and to our dance program is evident. Keep up the great work!
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Week 17 Tiger Spotlight

VVHS Tiger spotlight this week goes to our Tiger-iffic Mariachi Staff for earning consistent straight Division 1 Ratings at the Texas Association Of Mariachi Educators competition. The Division 1 Rating is the highest possible rating a music ensemble can receive from a judge. As a result of their Division 1 Rating, our varsity Mariachi "Sol De Oro" will be advancing to the State Contest which will be held at South San HS in San Antonio, TX on February 4th, 2017. Thank you Mr. Juan Lopez, Mr. Jose Juarez, and Ms. Anhalie Farias for working with our students event during vacation time to ensure their success at these competitions. Keep up the great work!
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Week 17 Tiger Spotlight

VVHS Tiger spotlight this week goes to our Tiger-iffic Mariachi Staff for earning consistent straight Division 1 Ratings at the Texas Association Of Mariachi Educators competition. The Division 1 Rating is the highest possible rating a music ensemble can receive from a judge. As a result of their Division 1 Rating, our varsity Mariachi "Sol De Oro" will be advancing to the State Contest which will be held at South San HS in San Antonio, TX on February 4th, 2017. Thank you Mr. Juan Lopez, Mr. Jose Juarez, and Ms. Anhalie Farias for working with our students event during vacation time to ensure their success at these competitions. Keep up the great work!
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