Valley View High School

March 2018 Newsletter

Principal Message

The weather is beginning to break and students are quickly getting anxious to get outside! The month of March begins are time to start the State End of Course exams. Students will be testing in 7 different academic areas: English I and II, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, American History and Government. Students are also required to take a College Entrance exam, Valley View uses the ACT.

State Testing Dates

The following are the testing dates for the high school:

English 1 April 10

English II April 11

Algebra I April 17

Geometry April 18

American History April 24

Government April 25

FFA Banquet

The 84th annual FFA Banquet will be held on Saturday March 10th. The evening will begin with dinner which will be followed with the annual live auction to help raise funds for various FFA events. The awards ceremony will immediately follow the auction. The evening will be filled with highlights and awards from this past year. Students will be recognized for their efforts in Career Development Events, Supervised Agriculture Experiences, Maintaining high Scholarship records, and earning the various degrees the FFA can bestow on it's members. The awards ceremony will conclude with the installation of the 2018-2019 ​

Senior Citizen Luncheon

Thursday, March 22nd, 9am

Valley View High School

The High School Student Council will be hosting their annual Senior Citizen Luncheon again this year. Senior Citizens can contact the office at 855-4116 to reserve their seat.

Academic Team

The Valley View High School Academic Team concluded league competition on Saturday. The Spartans ended the season in 3rd place in the tournament but was 2nd overall on record. The team also placed 1st in the Dayton Preble Miami League (DPML). Team members are Em Brewer, Alex Michael, Ian Barnett, Sam North, Riley Skiles, Adam Valenti, Ben Holbrook and David Roach.

Ryan Leaf Assembly

The Germantown Drug Coalition is sponsoring a anti drug assembly on March 21 at the high school. There will also be an evening presentation at Germantown First Church of God starting at 7:00pm. Mr. Leaf is a former NFL quarterback who has battled addiction to opiates.

"Being vulnerable and asking for help is an act of strength, not weakness" Ryan Leaf

Professional Development

The High School teachers participated in a Mental Health training on February 16. This was a full day training that certified staff in educating students who have Mental Health issues. The program was put on by the Montgomery County Alcohol Drug Addiction & Mental Health Services. (ADAMIS).