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  • VRS Spring Concert - 5/18/22

    Watch Live at 7:00 PM

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  • VRS Holiday Concert 2021 - 12/8/21 at 7:00 PM

    Watch Live

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  • Frequently asked Questions

    Below is a link to a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page that was prepared in response to the questions that were received since our Reopening of Schools Plan was released yesterday. Please visit this page on an ongoing basis as information will be added moving forward. New questions and answers will be embedded towards the bottom of the page. Due to the volume of emails that we are receiving, this document will be our response. Thank you for sending those messages as they are beyond helpful.
     
     
     
     
    On another note, please know that your responses to the child return to school input form are not binding at this point in time as we are still planning for our full remote option in light of the recently released State guidelines for that option. We are asking for those input forms to be submitted no later than this coming Monday (August 3) at noon.
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  • Bully Report State Self Assessment Results

    Please open the attached to see the District's Bullying State Self Assessment  Report Results

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  • Health Information

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K-1 VRS PTA Paint Night

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Thankful Reading Grades 2 & 3

VRS Fall Newsletter

Parent/Student Handbook

Google Classroom - Parent Directions

VRS End of Year Video 2022!

Third and Fourth Grade Students at Valley Road School Learn to Grow Vegetables from Food Scraps

 Students in Mr. Beck’s fourth grade class and Mrs. Kozlowski's third grade class at Valley Road School learned about regrowing vegetables from common food scraps.  Students learned about what happens to food when they throw it out and how that impacts our Earth.  

Many types of vegetables and fruits can be regrown instead of being discarded such as celery, romaine lettuce, green onions, potatoes, carrots, and pineapple.  Students in both classes observed celery scraps and the leafy top part of a pineapple, while following the scientific method.  Students made predictions about the growth and have been observing and documenting the new leaf and root growth.  Once the plants have established the new growth, the classes will be planting the scraps in soil. 

 This activity was a really great way to get students thinking about where their scraps go, how it affects the environment, and what they can do to regrow their own vegetables at home.

    

Students in Mr. Beck’s fourth grade class and Mrs. Kozlowski's third grade class at Valley Road School learned about regrowing vegetables from common food scraps.  Students learned about what happens to food when they throw it out and how that impacts our Earth.  

Many types of vegetables and fruits can be regrown instead of being discarded such as celery, romaine lettuce, green onions, potatoes, carrots, and pineapple.  Students in both classes observed celery scraps and the leafy top part of a pineapple, while following the scientific method.  Students made predictions about the growth and have been observing and documenting the new leaf and root growth.  Once the plants have established the new growth, the classes will be planting the scraps in soil. 

 This activity was a really great way to get students thinking about where their scraps go, how it affects the environment, and what they can do to regrow their own vegetables at home.

Veteran's Day!

2020-2021 District and School Grade Report

School Self-Assessment for Determining Grades under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights - District and School Grade Report