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UIL District Academic Results
Valley View’s Academic U.I.L. teams finished 4th overall at the district meet, which was held at NCTC on Friday.  The following individuals scored points for Valley View by placing in their events:
Isaac Wood                               5th Place in Current Issues and Events
Karissa Sandmann                     4th Place in Literary Criticism
Arvonna Wolfenbarger                 6th Place in Literary Criticism
Madison Heskett                        3rd Place in News Writing (advances to the regional meet)
Jonathan Cerritos                        3rd Place in Persuasive Speaking (advances to the regional meet)
Julia Bergeron                             4th Place in Poetry Interpretation
Lily Giguere                                4th Place in Prose Interpretation
Haley Wolfenbarger                     1st Place in Ready Writing (advances to the regional meet)
Gabi Dickinson                            1st Place in Biology and 1st Place overall in Science (advances to the regional meet)
Miranda Kaylor                            1st Place in Chemistry and 2nd Place overall in Science (advances to the regional meet)
Nolan Price                                  5th Place in Science (advances with the team to the regional meet)
Tyler Roane                                  6th Place in Science (advances with the team to the regional meet)
Austin French                              1st Place in Social Studies (advances to the regional meet)
Hannah Joslin                              4th Place in Social Studies (advances with the team to the regional meet)
Holly Pence                                  5th Place in Social Studies (advances with the team to the regional meet)
Micah Davidson                             7th Place in Social Studies (advances with the team to the regional meet)
Track Members advance to Area Meet
Please congratulate the following Students for advancing to the Area Track Meet in Springtown.

Darcy Crockett
Kayley Calhoun
Francisco Garcia
Hunter Barnes
Micah Davidson
Brittany Collinworth
Gabi Dickinson
Marlowe Sappington
Savanna Schniederjan
Lindsey Whitt
Grant Kersey
Tyler Roane
Phillip Steimetz
Rylie Willis
Sylar Sparkman
Lunch Room Information
The Last day to be able to charge in the lunch room is April 27 and all charges must be paid for by May 8.
Parent Involvement Survey
Valley View ISD is interested in how you feel about parent involvement in our schools.  There is a survey available at the following links:
English version:
Spanish version:
Please complete the survey by Monday, April 20th.
If you would prefer a paper copy, please contact the campus secretary.
Thank you for your assistance and input!
HS All District Basketball Honors
Please congratulate the following students athletes:
Girls Basketball

1st Team All-District- Lauren Bierschenk Jr.
2nd Team All-District-Savanna Schniederjan Jr.
Kayley Calhoun Sr.
Honorable Mention- Jordan Dowd Sr.
Academic All-District:
Kayley Calhoun Sr.
Lauren Bierschenk Jr.
Savanna Schniederjan Jr.
Rylan Ridge Jr.
Lindsey Whitt Jr.
Dani Elvington Fr.

Boys Basketball
Second Team:
Hootie Pembroke
Honorable Mention:
Rusty Shell
All Academic:
Warren Evans            
Rusty Shell                
Hootie Pembroke      
Neel Bhatka              
Tripp Moss                
Dawson Terry
Valley View ISD middle school teacher Sara Lambert is currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma and the VVISD family is joining forces to form TEAM SARA.

Follow Team Sara on Facebook to keep up with Sarah and any further fund raisers!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Stacey Alexander at
Championship Rings

The High School Boys Cross Country team were presented State Championship rings today for their State Championship. 

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                Offer 2: 4/25 – 6/5 for $50
Eagles Above and Beyond Award

On Saturday, the Cross Country teams competed at the state meet

The girls team participated at state for the 1st time in school history.  They finished 11th in the state.
This team included Kayley Calhoun who finished 13th, Darcy Crockett, Marlowe Sappington, Savanna Schniederjan, Jessica Dobbs, Rylan Ridge, and Makayla Gourley.

Congratulations, Ladies.

The boys made history!

In winning the state championship, they won the first Cross Country championship in school history. They became the 1st boys team in Cooke County to win at state Cross Country championship. They brought the 2nd athletic state championship to Valley View in School history. The first since the 1980 State Football Championship.

They had the lowest point total (which means the best point total) of ALL teams in ALL classifications that won a championship this year with 59 points. The team posted the 3rd fastest winning team time in classification history.

Micah finished 4th, Hunter was 6th, Hootie was 17th, Garret was 18th, and Phillip was 44th.  Frank was 81st and Houston was 111th.

Congratulations to All!

Football Team Earns All-District Honors
Academic All-District:
Reece Callihan
Austin French
Tyler Roane
Rusty Shell

JD Johnson:  1st team Running Back (unanimous); 1st team Defensive Back (unanimous)
Tyler Roane:  1st team Tight End; 2nd team Defensive End
Saul Rico:  1st team Offensive Line; Honorable Mention Defensive Line
Austin French:  2nd team Running Back; 1st team Inside Linebacker
Grant Kersey:  2nd team Wide Receiver (unanimous)
Clayton Pearce:  2nd team Offensive Line (unanimous); 1st team Defensive Line (unanimous)
Rusty Shell:  2nd team Outside Linebacker; 2nd team Kicker; Honorable Mention Wide Receiver
Riley Willis:  2nd team Defensive Back; Honorable Mention Quarterback
Derek Thacker:  Honorable Mention Defensive Back
Ebola Awareness Update
In response to the many expressions of concern regarding Valley View Students that were aboard the Carnival Magic cruise ship on which a lab technician that had handled blood samples from Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan was a passenger please be advised of the following. Blood samples provided by the technician have been found negative for the Ebola virus. Students that were aboard the ship are not in danger of contracting the disease or of passing it on to others. V.V.I.S.D.  will follow all directives of county, state and federal health care authorities regarding the current Ebola virus situation and will take action as appropriate to protect the health and welfare of its students.

William Stokes

Texas Department of State Health Services statement regarding Texas Schools and Ebola Risk.

Ebola Virus Disease – Fact Sheet for Parents

Homecoming 2014

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