District Message to Families
- District Message to Families
Updated May 22, 2020
School Week Survey
Thank you for taking the time to fill out the survey allowing us to gauge interest in a 4-day school week. The board will hold a budget workshop on Tuesday, May 26th. At that time, the board will receive data from the student, staff, and parent/guardian surveys but will not be making any decisions at that time. The board will then consider whether or not to put the 4-day school week on the agenda for the board meeting to take place on June 9th. If you would like to listen to the board meeting, you can find the meeting information on the district’s website.
Summer school will be online this year starting June 1st and ending on July 10th.
High School students needing credit recovery must complete and submit this Summer School Survey. It is very short and easy to submit. Once you submit the survey, your counselor will sign you up for summer school.
Middle school counselors have been reaching out to families who have children needing summer school in order to promote to the next grade level.
Drivers Education Update
June 15th: In-class instruction will resume for students participating in Session 3.
Vallivue High School will meet at 7:00 am in the Training Center.
Ridgevue High School will meet at 10:00 am in the Lecture Hall.
Session 3 classes will meet daily until completed instructional hours are completed.
July 6th: In-car instruction will resume for students participating in Session 3.
Driving groups will be reduced to two students per group, your instructor will reach out with your new group assignment. Please note that the driving instructor will be required to wear a mask at all times and students will have the option to wear a mask. At the end of each student's drive, the instructor will clean and sanitize the driver seat area.
Vallivue School District will not have a summer Driver's Ed session.
VALLIVUE SCHOOL DISTRICT'S DRIVER'S ED PLAN IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE GOVERNOR'S OFFICE AND STATE AND LOCAL HEALTH OFFICIALS.
Each graduate will be issued 4 guest tickets for assigned seating and one parking ticket for the event. The tickets will be mailed with additional information about the graduation pre and post events. Vallivue School District will be streaming all three graduation ceremonies online for those wishing to watch from home. Simply access each school's web page, district webpage, or district Facebook page for the video streaming links later this summer.
June 29 at the Idaho Center:
Vallivue Academy Graduation Ceremony
8 am: rehearsal
9 am: doors open to public
10 am: ceremony starts
11:30 am: ceremony ends/venue clears
Vallivue High School Graduation Ceremony
12:30 pm: rehearsal
1:30 pm: doors open to public
2:30 pm: ceremony starts
4:00 pm: ceremony ends/venue clears
Ridgevue High School Graduation Ceremony
5:00 pm: rehearsal
6:00 pm: doors open to public
7:00 pm: ceremony starts
8:30 pm: ceremony ends/venue clears
District Admin Team