Happy Veterans Day! Especially to our very own Mr. Hanson US Air Force Mrs. Yvonne Lorenzini US Air Force Former Student Cody Volgamore US Army Our newbie Kenndra Filter US Army And many more in our community! Thank you and your families for your service. You are our true WARRIORS! ❤️🇺🇸💙🇺🇸💝
It is with a heavy heart that I must make this announcement. We will not be having our Christmas Concert on December 3. -Mrs. Makings
Due to the current COVID issues, we have been forced to cancel the Junior High and High School football games for the next two weeks. Unfortunately for the Junior High students, this will end the football season. We are hoping to be able to schedule one more High School football game for week 7 of the season. More info will follow once we arrange the details of this game. Please let me know if you have any questions. Gedson@weldonvalley.org Thanks
Hello Warrior Family- Please be sure the school has your updated address and phone number! Homework packet delivery for grades K-6 will start Monday. Also starting Monday, will be lunch deliveries. Lunches will be provided for FREE to ALL students, who call the office by 9am each day to reserve their lunch! 970-645-2411 Also- Teachers will be taking attendance just like a normal day which means we will be calling home to parents of students who have not logged in to there on line classes. If your student is going to miss a class please be sure to call the office and let us know! Thank you so much! Stay safe and healthy!
Kindergarten joined the world in voting today. Ice Cream Sundae Party (8) Vs. extra free center time. (5)
Good evening! Weldon Valley RE-20J will be operating under the red phase of our COVID-19 plan starting tomorrow, November 4, 2020 due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests within our school community. The results of the tests were shared with us this afternoon. Therefore, all learning activities will take place at home under the direction of the student’s teachers beginning tomorrow. We anticipate that the District will be under the red phase until December 1. Time schedules for students in grades 7-12 have been discussed with the students, and teachers will communicate directly with the students concerning time periods that they will be required to be in attendance. Parents and students in grades K-6 will be notified by their teachers concerning their schedules. Students needing a computer or hotspot to facilitate learning will be able to pick these items up at the school beginning on Monday, November 9 at 10:00 a.m. Parents were asked earlier in the school year to notify the school in advance if they needed a computer or hotspot in the case that the District went into remote learning. In addition, teachers have recently asked for students in need of a computer or hotspot and that information has been shared with us. Learning packets for elementary grades will be delivered on Monday, November 9. Those packets will need to be completed and ready for pickup on Thursday, November 12 at which time they will receive materials for the following week. Lunches will be delivered starting on Monday, November 9. Lunches are free, however, parents need to call the school office before 9 a.m. to reserve your lunches. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your student’s teachers by email or class dojo. Thank you for your patience and understanding and have a good evening.
Preschool's November News has just arrived! Check out what's happening in the classroom! Plus, read about tips and tricks to keep you and your little ones healthy and active! Just click on these links to get caught up on this months newsletters! https://5il.co/mpov https://5il.co/mpox
Mr. Bauman came over to read a book about trees to start our Tree Study!! The children love having him in the classroom! Thanks Mr. Bauman!
Preschool had a "howling" good time at Pope's Pumpkin Patch and learned about the farm through a video!! Thank you to all the families who volunteered to help!!!
November's News is here! Read it while it's fresh! Click the link to get it; and the latest letter from Mr. Bauman! https://5il.co/mp3k
We received news last night that Idalia has had a positive COVID test and will be quarantined for the next 2 weeks, including for our scheduled games on November 7th. This includes the Junior High game as well. We are trying to find another game for next week. We will get information out as soon as we have a plan. Thanks
GreatSchools announces the 2020 #CollegeSuccessAward winning schools! The award celebrates high schools with a successful track record of going beyond simply graduating students to helping them enroll in college and succeed once they get there. For the second year in a row Weldon Valley School District wins the award. Congratulations to all the students, parents, and teachers for a great job!
Due to the snow, the Junior High game against Pawnee has been postponed. We are waiting to hear about a possible date to make-up the game. The High School game against Flagler on Thursday is still set as scheduled. The game will start at 7:00 pm. When we get information from Flagler, we will share it with everyone
Weldon Valley School will have a two hour delayed start due to weather for Monday October 26th
Just a reminder ALL STUDENTS at Weldon Valley eat for FREE this year! Send your kiddos inside, as soon as they arrive, to grab some breakfast! Serving starts at 7:15. November's Menu is hot off the press! You can find it here at: https://5il.co/mdlg Also- Don't forget to contact Miss Krista if you need to catch up your account balances from last year-September. :)
Hello Warrior Family! T-Shirt order forms are due to the office TOMORROW 10-22. Please make checks payable to Weldon Valley Booster Club. Order forms were sent home last week! If you need to print a new one, you can find one at this link! https://5il.co/m0jf
Kindergarten painting their donated pumpkins. Thank you again for the donations the class is enjoying them. Look at these future Picasso’s!
Hello Warrior Nation! We have some older 27" Sanyo televisions that were taken down from our classrooms. They work great and we are trying to find them a home. If you are interested in one, please give us a call at 534-2411. Thank you!
Here is the info from Otis about the football games on Friday night. Otis High School Football Plan Until a change in a variance 175 spectators 25 Participants on the field during activity Teams 1. Otis will use entrance on the east side and visiting teams will use entrance on west side. 2. Otis will dress in locker rooms and use the concession stand storage for half time. 3. Visiting team will use the bus barn to the south of the field before and after game, there is a bathroom in there for them. They can use it at half time or just use the end zone on the south side. 4. Otis will be on the east side of the field and visitors will be on the west side. 5. 25 participants will be the count on the field playing the activity, does not include the sideline. 6. Bottled water or separate water bottles only. 7. No hand shaking after game, wave from across the field 8. No greeting athletes on the field after the game. (Please social distance as much as we can so we do not have to shut this program down.) Goals 1. Keep communities separated a. Separate bathrooms= Otis will use the ones on their side of the field and we will have a porta-potty on the opposing side. b. Separate concession stand. We will only be selling drinks and package candy. (If we have concessions, still waiting for information) 2. Use social distancing as much as possible and when you can’t social distance, you can wear a mask Safety 1. If you have grandparents or at risks people who would like to watch from their cars, I will reserve spots for them, just let me know ahead of time. 970-630-2141 2. We will have hand sanitizers on each side of the football fields. If you have any concerns or just would like to talk before the game, my phone number is 970-630-2141. Thank you and praying for a safe return to high schools sports. Bonnie Wallin-Kuntz Athletic Director Otis High School