Weldon Valley School District is looking for substitute teachers.

​​ Our class size averages 15 students and we have a four day school week. Information on getting your substitute license please go to the following website.


  If you are interested, please email jsparrow@weldonvalley.org or call 970-645-2411. 

​Weldon Valley School Announcements

March 21-25, 2017

Junior high track will be at Fort Morgan Track starting at 9:00 am.
1st and 2nd grade classes will travel to the Denver Museum.
High school track will be at Yuma 9:00 am
Spring Break will be the week of March 27th. School will resume on April 3rd.

Special note: Tomorrow March 21st, There will be a special program called Drone Discovery. It’s a hands-on engineering design challenge that explores the science behind drones and how they are being used to solve real world problems. It will be in the cafeteria from 4:00-5:30 pm.


April 1st will be the Weldon Valley 1st Annual Father/Daughter Dance. This event is sponsored by the Weldon Valley PTO. C’mon dad’s, dress up in your finest and dance the night away with your favorite lady or ladies. There will be refreshments, music and photos. The event starts at 6:30 pm.
On April 23, Weldon Valley PTO is hosting the 1st ever Craft Fair from 9:00-5:00 pm. Weldon Valley Junior Class will be selling concessions. Please contact the Weldon Valley PTO for more information. Booth and table rentals are available.

A special note from the FBLA Club:
The high school FBLA recently started a program called Spirit of a Warrior. The idea of the program is to spread warrior spirit by making sure every student has warrior apparel. Instead of getting rid of your warrior apparel that you’ve outgrown of no longer wear, donate it to the Weldon Valley FBLA (there is a donation box in the main office)! Also, if you don’t have warrior apparel to donate but would like to contribute, they gladly accept monetary donations. Thank you!  

 Have a great Warrior Week! 

"Weldon Valley School District will prepare all students to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world."

​Mission Statement
The purpose of the Weldon Valley School District is to educate all students in a nurturing, challenging, and safe environment. All students will be provided the opportunity to obtain higher-level knowledge, critical thinking skills, and self-confidence to achieve success in an ever-changing global economy.