Jamyl Hurtado 4th Grader
DeAlexandria Gonzalez 3rd Grader
for becoming Star Readers and surpassing the 1,000,002 Reading Mark
They are representative of the hard work and achievement of successful students!
The spot light is on Brenda Hernandez Kinder teacher, she enjoys teaching and has high expectations for all students. Mrs. B. Hernandez likes to help students learn the foundation of all subjects using hands on activities and learning centers. Mrs. B. Hernandez is a team play and she is also the grade level representative. Thank you Mrs. B. Hernandez for all your hard work and dedication to Valley View North.
Valley View North Elementary will like to recognize Mrs. Elizabeth Montano-Reyes our assistant principal. Mrs. Montano-Reyes has been working very hard along with teachers to make sure all the testing is ready. She is always willing to give a helping had when asked both in and out of the school. Mrs. Montano-Reyes positive attitude clearly has the students' and staff best interest in mind. Grrreat Job Mrs. Montano-Reyes!!
Teachers have a great relationship with her due to her good attitude towards everyone.
This week's Tiger Spotlight shines over Mrs. Veronica Cortes RN and Ms. Ana Rodriguez. Both of them have worked conscientiously throughout the year to keep our students safe and healthy. They consistently go beyond the call of duty to help children, staff, and parents. Mrs. Cortes and Ms. Rodriguez work very hard to make sure all students are taken care of. Yet despite, the work before them they graciously help with all other activities that we have for our students. They have created presentations for our students to communicate a social conscience towards healthy food and exercise, informed our parents about the different diseases, and helped our administration to make decision on emergency situations. Thank you Mrs. Cortes and Ms. Rodriguez for dedication to our students, our staff, and our parents!
This week's Tiger Spotlight shines over Mr. Alfredo Salinas our P.E. coach. Mr. Salinas has degrees in Special Education and Physical Education. It wasn't until he taught in the classroom for several years that he realized what he really wanted to do. Coach Salinas teaches Physical Education to over 420 students every day and works after school to help with the Early College Campus 8th grade basketball team. He uses these coaching experiences to teach fundamental sports skills to elementary students. He also helps with tutorials after school with our resource students every day. Students say they work hard and learn a lot in his class. Thank you for your hard word and dedication!