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Valley View students are expected to maintain an appearance that is not detrimental to the educational process of the school or distracting to educational stakeholders.  Below you will find a few guidelines that will help you determine if your student is dressed appropriately for school.

 

  • Do wear shirts long enough to cover the midriff.

  • Do  wear pants that aren't excessively baggy or too tight to be pulled up properly.

  • Do wear shorts and skirts that are an appropriate length.  (A good way to make sure these items of clothing are long enough is to have your child put their hands to their sides.  If their fingertips are touching skin, the item of clothing is too short for school.)

  • Do wear shoes that are sturdy and comfortable.  It is recommended that students avoid high heels, flip flops and slip-on shoes.  (This type of footwear contributes to falls and accidents in the classrooms and on the playground.) 
  • Do  NOT wear muscle shirts, shirts that do not cover the ball of the shoulder or shirts with inappropriate of suggestive logos or pictures. 
  • Do NOT wear headwear including hats, caps and hoodies.

Valley View Elementary School

Community Council

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Meeting called to order 4:00pm

Attendance: Principal Ann Holdaway, Tracy Woodward, Marnie Davidson, Nancy Fulmer, Tricia Chatlin, Sara Storey, Kaitlin Hunt, Sheri Wells, Tiffany Baty

Reviewed February 2018 meeting minutes.  Tricia approved minutes, Marnie 2nd the approval.

Reviewed the 2018-2019 Trustlands Plan:

Goal #1 is the same (this is the reading goal)

Goal #2 is the same (this is the math goal)

-changed from being based off of Sage to based off of the SLO goal

Expenditures:

-Chromebook carts were purchased with non-trustland funds

-Chromebooks will be purchased for the 5th & 6th grades with this year’s trustlands

-New security cameras for the back of the school will also be purchased with this year’s funds

Next meeting is May 9, 2018 at 4pm.

4:34pm Nancy moved to close the meeting.  Tiffany 2nd the motion.

Valley View Elementary School

Community Council

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Meeting called to order 4:02pm

Attendance: Principal Ann Holdaway, Kaitlin Hunt, Sara Storey, Lea Belnap, Tiffany Baty, Tricia Chatlin, Sheri Wells, Tracy Woodward

Reviewed November 2017 meeting minutes.  Tiffany approved minutes, Tracy 2nd the approval.

Reviewed recent DIBELS scores.  6th grade still has one test to take.  Nancy will bring the big board next time to explain scores and particulars about specific grades.

Reviewed “field trip” to Green Acres to observe the STEM program.  Tricia talked about the robotics, Tracy talked about the 1st grades and iPads.  Ann talked about how the program is purchased; by license and individual modules.  Ann will work on getting the projected expense of the program.  Ann asked if anyone would like to go again/or for the first time to observe?  Tracy, Lea, Tiffany and Kaitlin were all interested in going.

Reviewed where we are with the Trustlands budget.  Ann would like to purchase new carts for Chromebooks to keep in the older grade portables.  The carts will come out of this year’s budget, new Chromebooks will be out of next year’s budget.  We will vote on this expense at the next meeting.

Ann offered the Title One Plan available for anyone who would like to review it.

Next meeting is February 21, 2018 at 4pm.

4:50pm Lea moved to close the meeting.  Tiffany 2nd the motion.

Valley View Elementary School

Community Council

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Meeting called to order 4:04pm

Attendance: Principal Ann Holdaway, Tricia Chatlin, Marnie Davidson, Tracy Woodward, Kaitlin Hunt, Lea Belnap, Nancy Fulmer, Tiffany Baty

Reviewed January 2018 meeting minutes. Tricia approved minutes, Marnie 2nd the approval.

Nancy presented “the board” and reviewed where each grade is on DIBELS.

Reviewed trustland monies: aid salaries, technology needs (projectors, security camera, chrome books), STEM costs and ipad rotations. Ann would like to replace the ipads that were rotated out with new chromebooks and chromebook carts.

Tiffany motioned to approve the 2018/2019 trustland plans. Lea 2nd the motion. Vote on the new trustland plan was unanimous in favor.

We talked about replacing Moby Max with an alternate math app.

Next meeting is March 28, 2018 at 4pm.

4:55pm Lea moved to close the meeting. Tiffany 2nd the motion.

Valley View Elementary School

Community Council

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Meeting called to order 3:59pm

Attendance: Principal Ann Holdaway, Nancy Fulmer, Kaitlin Hunt, Sara Storey, Lea Belnap, Tiffany Baty, Tricia Chatlin, Sheri Wells

Presentation from Quin Henderson from the Weber School District Tech Deparment.  He talked about what the district does for web filtering, the Child Internet Protection Act and Common Sense Media.

Reviewed October 2017 meeting minutes.  Tricia approved minutes, Sara 2nd the approval.

Ann scheduled a STEM observation at Green Acres on November 30 at 1:30pm.  We will have the opportunity to observe a robotics demonstration and both lower and upper grade STEM classes.

Made the Trustlands plan available for review for anyone who wanted to review it.

Next meeting January 24 at 4pm.

4:28pm Nancy moved to close the meeting.  Tiffany second the motion.

Mission: Maximizing every student's academic learning and empowering personal responsibility.

Valley View Elementary | 2465 West 4500 South Roy, UT 84067 | Phone: 801.476.5200 | Fax: 801.476.5219