Hello! We are thrilled to announce that the tickets for the 2021 Theatre Outside! Production of Grease and Freaky Friday are now available! This year is a little different in that you will be purchasing your tickets online. Go to VVHS MUSICAL TICKETS to make your seat selection and purchase your tickets. Performance dates are Friday May 21 and Saturday May 22. Show time 7:00 pm. Here are a few things we think you may want to think about or you should know: *We are performing at Niswonger Field, 64 Comstock, Germantown. * The maximum number of tickets you may buy at one time is ten. *You may void or exchange tickets once purchased, but you will only be refunded $7 (no processing fees). *Printed and electronic tickets will be accepted at the box office (gate). *Parking will be available behind the Intermediate and possibly on the grass behind the home stands. *One ticket will include both shows for the evening. *Concessions will be available. Thank you Lion’s Club! *In case of inclement weather the rain date is Sunday, May 23rd. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dawn Gunter at 937-855-4116 or by email at email@example.com Below is a layout of the stadium. This shows you the aisle and seating labels.
Dayton Children's Hospital will be offering a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic open to students 16 and older and parents and community members at the high school on May 7. Register . Participating students will need a signed permission form . Pfizer vaccine information Teens and the COVID vaccine NOTE: The second date for the vaccine is May 28, which is also the day of graduation. Participants need to be able to commit to both dates to receive the full vaccination. Valley View was not able to select the dates for this clinic, but we do appreciate the ability to offer this conveniently within our school. The clinic will take place in the modular units behind the high school. Students will be excused from class to get their vaccine.
Do you recommend Valley View? Many businesses measure their value by a single question asked of their customers and employees--do you recommend us? Use this link to share your ranking of Valley View as a school you recommend to others: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TXC8HFX The data will be reviewed in an upcoming board of education retreat.
Please complete this survey to let us know your interest in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine for yourself or your children age 16 and older at a future community clinic. This includes students 16+ AND adult family members. This response does not obligate you to receive the vaccine, it just helps us gauge interest. https://forms.gle/J4ojmWipzZq7Zova8 Please complete the survey by Thursday, April 15 at noon.
Expanded Preschool & Before/After School Care Valley View has a new agreement with the YMCA of Greater Dayton to offer expanded preschool offerings and before and after school care for students. For the 2021-22 school year the YMCA programs will be held in the Intermediate Building in Germantown. The YMCA Child Care will be open 6:30am–6pm for preschoolers including lunch and an afternoon snack. Before and after care is available for school aged children, including an afternoon snack and homework help. See the Valley View website for more info.
Valley View Athletics is excited to announce that our Spartan Baseball team will play the Springboro Panthers at the Dayton Dragons, Day Air Ballpark on Sunday, April 18th. Game time is 7:00 pm. Valley View will be the visiting team. Warm ups will go from 6:15 to 6:30. First pitch will be at 6:48. Tickets are $5 each, with full ticket price being reimbursed back to the Valley View Baseball program. Tickets must be purchased online by going to DAYTON DRAGONS/TICKEMASTER . Follow these steps: 1) Click the link 2) Once loaded, click the select button 3) Once seats have loaded (view of stadium map), click the sign in button located in the upper right hand corner 4) Once signed in, you should be able to select tickets and check out without any issues In order to follow with state and local COVID-19 guidelines, there are stadium capacity limits for fans which in turn means a limited number of tickets are available. COVID-19 Expectations will be enforced. Ticket holders will receive, a couple days prior to the game, confirmation of their tickets as well as those safety guidelines in place at the Day Air Ball Park. As of April 6th, these guidelines remain in effect but may be updated in days to come. Per Dayton Dragons High School Team Packet: Parking We have arranged for fan parking in the parking lot right behind the scoreboard. You will need to access the lot off of Monument and Sears Street. Our team’s financial position is still a challenge in 2021. The pandemic severely hurt us in 2020 with the entire season being cancelled and will continue to negatively impact us due to restricted capacity in 2021 and any rollover credits possible in 2022. Your patronage of our parking during high school games is appreciated. The lot will have a staff person monitoring the lot, it is secure, and well lit. Parking will be $5.00. [Wednesday, Apr 7 at 7:49 AM] It seems the directions provided by the Dragons, and what needs to be done are different. After you proceed to the link, sign in, then click buy tickets in the lower right corner. Click check out our schedule, scroll down to promotion 210418C, select, continue to map. Use promo code Valley. Sorry for the confusion.
I hope everyone is enjoying Spring Break. The weather is turning for the better, and I think we can finally say goodbye to possible snow days!!! We are actively working to close out this school year while also trying to prepare for next school year. I am excited that we will be able to have a Prom and Graduation this school year. While we still have guidelines to follow, it is great that we will be able to celebrate and recognize these students. As more and more of our communities around the state have the opportunity to get vaccinated, we are starting to see some loosening of certain regulations. While I do not anticipate a significant number of changes to those guidelines for the remainder of this school year, I am optimistic that next fall will look more "normal. This past year members of our leadership team have participated in the Montgomery County Equity Leadership Program. Next year, we will begin having monthly meetings with staff, parents, students, and community members to discuss and create actionable steps about what we can do as a district to create a greater sense of equity in our district. If you are interested in being part of this committee, please sign up on the Google form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfRoqIoEKYPoer6wJYNSUi6gsitvx_JMUXX1dKIsEKO0lFTkA/viewform Our teachers and students continue to perform and excel at a high level. I cannot begin to thank everyone involved for the year we have endured thus far. Together, we will come out of this year stronger than before. Proud to be your Superintendent, Ben Richards
I would like to start by saying thank you to the administration at Valley View High School and Valley View Junior High for responding quickly and professionally today regarding the earlier situation at the Junior High. Additionally, a special shout out to the Jackson Township Police Department. From the time the high school administration was told of a possible threat to the time that the student was in police custody was less than 10 minutes. The decisive actions taken by administration and police is to be commended. Incidents like this also provide "teachable moments". In this situation, there are two items I would kindly ask that parents talk to their students regarding: 1) See something/Say something- If a student sees anything wrong/suspicious, make sure they alert an adult ASAP. That happened in this situation, and we are appreciative of the actions of this student. 2) Remind students to NOT bring anything that could be classified or identified as a weapon to school. Failure to follow this is a major violation of our student code of conduct and the law. Thank you to all staff and students and parents for your care, concern, and patience, as we work through this. Proud to be your Superintendent, Ben Richards
The Junior High went on lockdown this morning. We want to assure all parents that students are safe and that the lockdown has been lifted. At 7:45 a.m. we received a report that a student had brought a gun into the Junior High. School administrators immediately contacted Jackson Township Police. Police officers and school administrators isolated the student and confiscated an Airsoft gun. The school went on temporary lockdown, which has since been lifted. We are working with the Jackson Township Police on their investigation and we appreciate their incredibly quick response to the school. This incident is under investigation and criminal charges are pending. Since this is an ongoing investigation involving a minor, the school will defer to the Jackson Township Police to provide further information.
Our weekly food distribution will continue on Fridays, 8:30-10:00 a.m. at the rear of the High School. Please note these schedule updates: - March 19 - Giving out food for spring break - March 26 - Closed for spring break - April 2 - Closed. We will be handing out food on Thursday, April 1. This USDA funded program is open to all Valley View student families.