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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!!!!     

Tigers Spotlight

Week 22

This week's Tiger Spotlight shines bright over our high school custodial staff team made up of Mario Martinez, Moises Araujo, Lizette Chairez, Teresa Cruz, Alma Encomienda, Roldan Garcia, Mary Guerra, Astrid Lopez, Dolores Palacios, Esmeralda Sosa, Teresa Prieto, and Martin Prieto. Our exceptional custodians are always ready and willing to assist with the needs of our campus and the needs of our district. The high school facilities are utilized constantly with hosting many different types of events and making logistical accommodations for all activities taking place on a daily, weekly and weekend basis. Our custodians perform these duties with no remorse or judgment for the amount of physical labor required to accomplish their assigned task at hand. On top of this, they still complete their daily cleaning assignments for all of our high school facilities. We are extremely proud of them and greatly appreciate everything they do for our school, district, and community. Thank you for being an essential component of our daily high school operations. Keep up the great work!
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Week 21

For this week's Tiger Spotlight, Valley View High School would like to thank and recognize the ELA department: Mr. D. Galvan, Mrs. G. Cantu, Ms. V. Loredo, Mr. I. Nieto, Mrs. S. Weaver, Mr. C. Hanson, Mr. O. Ochoa, Mr. A. De Leon, Mrs. G. Garcia, Mr. I. De La Rosa, and Mrs. V. Flores for their preparation and dedication to their craft and students. Not only have they been preparing for the STAAR assessments with engaging lessons, 20-day plans, and relentless after school and Saturday tutorials, but have taken the full role of rating all TELPAS writing samples. This tremendous team effort, positive collaboration, and attitude have not gone unnoticed, nor unappreciated. Thank you for your unwavering work ethic, time, commitment and loyalty to your students and campus. You are truly shining bright each and every day! Keep up the great work!
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Week 20

This week's Valley View High School Tiger Spotlight goes to our amazing Tuesday morning duty teachers for their perfect attendance of being at their duty station for 6 weeks in a row. These teachers continue to do an extraordinary job of welcoming our students every Tuesday morning and ensuring a safe school environment. We are extremely proud of Ms. Andaverdi, Mr. Contreras, Ms. Gomez, Ms. Gonzalez-Mora, Ms. Perez, Mr. Puente & Ms. Valdez. Thank you very much for your hard work and dedication. Keep up the great work!!!
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Week 19

This week's VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Leoncio Garcia & Mr. Randy Lerma for doing an amazing job with our VVHS Theater Arts students at the Zone B Contest held this week in Edcouch-Elsa. Our students earned a 1st place along with numerous awards and now get ready for the District competition. Mr. Garcia and Mr. Lerma have been working countless of hours with their theater arts students to make sure they are well prepared for not only their theatrical competitions but also with their theatrical productions presented to our community, students and staff during the fall semester and now into the Spring semester. Staff, parents, and students have enjoyed and praised the students' performances and are awaiting their next production. Mr. Leo Garcia and Mr. Randy Lerma, keep up the great work!
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Week 19

This week's VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Leoncio Garcia & Mr. Randy Lerma for doing an amazing job with our VVHS Theater Arts students at the Zone B Contest held this week in Edcouch-Elsa. Our students earned a 1st place along with numerous awards and now get ready for the District competition. Mr. Garcia and Mr. Lerma have been working countless of hours with their theater arts students to make sure they are well prepared for not only their theatrical competitions but also with their theatrical productions presented to our community, students and staff during the fall semester and now into the Spring semester. Staff, parents, and students have enjoyed and praised the students' performances and are awaiting their next production. Mr. Leo Garcia and Mr. Randy Lerma, keep up the great work!
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Week 18

This week’s Tiger Spotlight shines brightly on members of our Fine Arts staff. Mr. Juan Lopez, Ms. Anhalie Farias, Mr. Tony Garcia (Mariachi Instructors) and Ms. Cecilia Valdez (Visual Arts Teacher) are without a doubt some of the most dedicated teachers at VVHS. Just recently the VVHS mariachi “Sol de Oro” competed and won the 1st Division at a state competition in Dallas. Our VVHS Visual Arts Team also competed this past week and received multiple awards. These results would not be possible without our teachers who dedicate their personal time and expertise to ensure that our students excel when competing at local and statewide competitions. Thank you, teachers, for the dedication and commitment you give to our students to help them shine no matter where they are! We are very proud of our students and we are very proud of the work you do to prepare them! Keep up the magnificent work you are doing and GO TIGERS!
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Week 17

This week's VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Marcos Lozano and Mr. Timothy McGregor who have been working closely with their JROTC students to get them well prepared for their competitions. Our JROTC students have excelled at all competitions and most recently came in 1st place at National Rifle Association Texas State Three Position Junior Olympics Phase 1 selection. Mr. Lozano and Mr. McGregor are now getting their students prepared for the upcoming JROTC Phase 2 competition where I know they will once again dominate. Their commitment to our students and the JROTC program is clearly evident. Keep up the great work!
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Week 16

This week's VVHS tiger spotlight goes out to Mr. Marcos Lozano and Mr. Timothy McGregor who have been working closely with their JROTC students to get them well prepared for their competitions. Our JROTC students have excelled at all competitions and most recently came in 1st place at National Rifle Association Texas State Three Position Junior Olympics Phase 1 selection. Mr. Lozano and Mr. McGregor are now getting their students prepared for the upcoming JROTC Phase 2 competition where I know they will once again dominate. Their commitment to our students and the JROTC program is clearly evident. Keep up the great work!
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Week 15

his week's Valley View High School tiger spotlight goes out to our campus counselors for doing an outstanding job with our students, parents, staff and educational partners. Joanna Acosta, Claudia Arredondo, Karla DeWitt, Norma Ramirez, and Jerry Robledo provide essential guidance to our students and their parents by assisting them to look at all possible graduation outcomes which will benefit our students now and into their post-high school years. Our counselors are in constant communication with our post-secondary partners to assure our students benefit from the programs our partnership has to offer. Their commitment to our students, parents, and staff is evident and definitely appreciated. Keep up the great work!
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Week 14

This week's VVHS Tiger Spotlight goes out to Mrs. Corina Fuentes Garza who is a tremendous asset to our campus and does an amazing job with our students. Ms. Fuentes Garza is our Physics, Environments Science teacher and club sponsor of the environmental awareness club. She motivates her students to be proactive conscience citizens inside and outside the classroom by doing volunteer work at school and around our community. Her students just recently volunteered in the Operation Clean Sweep event which enhances and preserves the environment locally. Mrs. Fuentes Garza's classroom is inviting to go into and her class activities actively engaged her students by having them think outside the box. Aside from this, she is always willing to help out with any other school-related event or duty without any complaints. Mrs. Corina Fuentes Garza, Thank you for your commitment to our One Team, One Dream. Keep up the great work!
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