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Additional Information on Alleged Threat

Spokane County Sheriff's office has released a statement on the alleged threat to "Valley High School". You can click on the attached link to read the sheriff's office press release as well as social media posts about the investigation of the alleged threat.
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Information on Alleged Threat

We want to inform WVSD families of a social media post with an alleged threat to "Valley High School." We have worked with local law enforcement as well as Central Valley and East Valley School Districts to ensure that this alleged threat is NOT in our area and was not made to any of our schools. Safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. If you ever have questions or concerns about a potential threat, please contact local law enforcement. We remain vigilant that any and all threats are taken seriously by law enforcement and the school district.
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Congratulations Choir Students

West Valley High School Choir students performed recentlyat the Washington Music Educator's Convention. Congratulations to Alex Rodriguez, Sumara Milam-Sloan, Haley Jo Burghard, Ruby Rieser and Evan Hager.
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New National Board Certified Teachers Honored

The newly certified National Board Certified Teachers are pictured during a recent ceremony held in their honor. Jacy Williams, Staci Worth, Ashely Bell and Anna Staley are pictured with Principal John Custer. Not pictured Nick Hamm. Congratulations teachers!
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Announcing SafeSchool Alert System

WVSD has implemented a new district-wide safety feature known as the SafeSchools Alert System. SafeSchools Alert is a tip reporting system that allows students, staff, parents and community members to submit safety concerns four different ways (phone, text, email or website). It also provides an avenue for positive feedback and kudos.
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Thank you Voters

Thank you West Valley voters for generously approving the two levy measures. We truly appreciate your support of the students in our district.
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