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      TEA recognizes VV as one of the top 26 districts in the state and as one of the top 4 schools in the Valley. Congratulations!!!!     
      TEA recognizes VV as one of the top 26 districts in the state and as one of the top 4 schools in the Valley. Congratulations!!!!     
Pep Rally 9/20/19
Hidalgo Festival of Lights 1st Place

Pep Rally 9/20/19

2018-2019 AR Star Readers

TIGERS DEFEAT PIRATES 08/30/2019

UTRGV Multilingual Fest 2019

Valley View ISD School Board
UTRGV Multilingual Fest 2019

Coco Chanel French Project

Tigers vs Pirates
Hidalgo Festival of Lights 2nd Place
UTRGV Multilingual Fest 2019

Pep Rally 9/20/19

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CO-OP Students Win Reading Contest

Valley View High School CO-OP students won 1st place in the annual pumpkin decorating Reading contest for the high school and 2nd place in the district level. Congratulations to all the students who participated.
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Cyberbullying Prevention

Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.
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Tiger Spotlight

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Week 5

This week's VVHS Tiger Spotlight goes out to Mr. Juan Alvarado, a technological wiz who utilizes his tech skills and abilities to engage learners each and every day. He is constantly introducing applications and programs that students identify to find success in his classes. Moreover; many teachers at the campus and district level have worked with the technology that Mr. Alvarado has found and shared with students, colleagues, and administration. Great job, Mr. Alvarado for always going above and beyond consistently and constantly. Keep up the great work!!
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Week 4

Valley View High School tiger spotlight goes out to the Mighty Tiger Band staff. The Tiger Band staff has consistently worked with our students on their marching band activity since July 22, 2019. The band staff worked with students day in and day out in 100+ degree weather, long days, and weekends to ensure the success of the Mighty Tiger Band. This is the fourth year in a row that the Mighty Tiger Band receives straight division one readings at the UIL marching contest, also known as Pigskin. This is the second time in a row that the mighty tiger band advances to the area UIL round of competition. We know that this is going to be a fantastic year for the tiger marching band and the entire band program itself. We look forward to what the future holds for this team of hard-working staff members. Keep up the great work!!
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Week 3

This week's tiger spotlight goes out to our head custodian, Mr. Mario Martinez, who is a dedicated individual making sure our campus facilities are kept clean and ready for any event. Mr. Martinez and our custodial staff stays on top of what needs to be done by giving us input regarding the maintenance of each building. His work ethic, professional and positive attitude speaks volumes for his dedication to our students, staff and campus. Mr. Mario Martinez, keep up the great work.
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Week 2

This week's Valley View High School tiger spotlight goes out to Ms. Cecilia Valdez for doing an amazing job with her classes, the Art Society club and always being there willing and ready to assist our campus and district with anything that is needed. Her work ethic and love for our campus are evident on a daily basis. The artistic murals and drawings created by Ms. Valdez and her students capture our campus climate by exemplifying our greatest qualities and instructional ideologies. Ms. Valdez is truly committed to assisting our campus and our students to succeed. Keep up the great work!
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Week 1

The Tiger Spotlight shines on Mr. Jesus Garza. Mr. Garza has honored our district with 17 years of service. He at times goes without eating during the day to deal with the day to the day issues at the high school. He never complains and makes do with what he has. The high school tied for 1st place in the reading promotion hallway decoration contest. This is unheard of for a high school. It is this competitive nature of the high school that has made it so successful. He continues working hard to do the very best for the high school. There has never been a time that Mr. Garza says no to anything that needs to be done. He is always willing to assist in whatever is needed. Keep up the great work Mr. Garza!!
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