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School Closure Information

Visit our new School Closure information tab on the front page of our website. You will find our FAQ document, information about learning at home, how to access FREE breakfast and lunch, general information about Coronavirus, a list of resources and opportunities and much more.
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COVID-19 Health Guidelines

Johns Hopkins University shared important information specific to the COVID-19 virus and how you can protect yourself from the virus. Click on the link below to read their advice.
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Learning Opportunities For Students and Closure Information

During the school closure, Optional Home Learning Opportunities have been prepared for students online and chrome books are available for check out. Hard copies will be available starting Monday, March 30th. Free Meals are also available for children 18 years and younger. Click the link below for information on our Learning Opportunities, the Free Meal program and our Frequently Asked Questions document.
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Childcare To Begin Wednesday, March 25

West Valley will provide childcare for students who attend our schools and are children of 1st responders, medical field employees, grocery store and pharmacy employees and active military families.
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Free Meals for Students

West Valley is offering free meals for kids 18 years of age and younger. Any child can go to any school offering "grab and go" breakfast and lunch between 11:00 and 1:00 weekdays to get the meals. No paperwork or identification required.
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Classified Appreciation Week

During classified employee appreciation week we extend special thanks to all support staff employees. Thank you for all you do, day in and day out, for the benefit of our West Valley students.
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Infectious Disease Procedure

In light of the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) outbreak, we want to share information about our procedures and protocols around infectious diseases as well as share information specific to the virus.
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Chief Justice Stephens Leads Civics Conference

The annual EWU/WVSD Civics Conference was held recently on the EWU Campus. As in past years, WVHS graduate and Supreme Court Chief Justice Debra Stephens delivered the keynote address.
She also participates in the conference giving students an opportunity to meet with her in small groups.
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Robotics Competition at WVHS

West Valley High School will host a 24-team FIRST Robotics Competition March 5th and 6th. Students from around the region will test their designing, building, and programming skills in this exciting competition. The event is free and the community is encouraged to attend.
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