Home of the VVES Eagles!
2012 CA Distinguished School

Mission Statement

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Th belief at VVES is that each child should be provided with a safe, positive, and challenging learning environment.  We believe that each child should be given the opportunity to grow academically, socially, and emotionally, and that our job as staff members is to provide an environment that will ensure this growth.  We believe that all children should be challenged to do their personal best, and that our efforts should lead to the development of well rounded students who will obtain skills that will make them successful adults and participate in a democratic society.  


Welcome to the Home of the 
Ensuring Academic Greatness Long-after Elementary School
At VVES We Go the Extra Mile! 

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 WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is an innovative program focusing on education and safety in schoools by using the positive influence of fathers and father-figures for a two-fold purpose:
  1. to provide an unobtrusive fathering presence
  2. to provide a positive and active role-model for students at the school
 Fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers, uncles, and community members are invited to spend at least one day at their student's school volunteering.  They will support the school through:
  • monitoring the school property
  • working one-on-one or in small groups
  • reading with students
  • helping with homework
  • assisting in sport activities
  • listening ears
  • help with whatever needs to be done to PLANT SEEDS OF SUCCESS in the lives of the VVES students
If you would like to sign up to serve in the WATCH D.O.G.S. program or get more information about the program, please call the school office.  Mr. Camarena will be pleased to return your call and connect with you.


Volunteer At Valley View
 Our "Booster Club" is seeking parents who can help with fundraising and other activities during the school year 2014-15.  Please call the school office if you would like to volunteer to serve on the Booster Club, 928-1841.  Thank you.
There has been some confusion regarding what constitutes school spirit attire on spirit days.  Please stay tuned for details from Mr. Camarena, school principal.

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    Valley View is committed to provide a safe, positive and productive educational environment where students can achieve the highest academic standards.  No students shall be subjected to intimidation, harassment, bullying or cyber-bullying of any kind.  Bullying i REPEATED aggressive behavior from one or more students which may involve written, verbal, electronic expression, or physical act or gesture or any combination thereof.  You can anonymously report bullying by using the link below:
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