Joining the Math Team is a great way to challenge your math skills and have fun doing math problems in a group. The Math Team competes with other schools throughout the school year. Students work as a team and individuals on challenging math problems. The first five competitions are part of the Minnesota Junior High Math League. The final competition is the MathCounts Competition; students may qualify for the state and national competition.
Contact Ms. Hysjulien if interested in joining the Math Team
The VVMS Musical auditions take place each December with rehearsals beginning in January and the production in March. The 2020 Musical will be Lion King Jr. and shows will be March 12, 2020, at 7:00 p.m., March 13, 2020, at 7:00 p.m., March 14, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m. in the Valley View Middle School Cafetorium.
Snowriders is an intramural after school activity designed for students who like to or want to learn how to ski or snowboard. There are options for all levels of skill, from beginner to advanced, with lessons for the student who has never been on the snow to advanced skill building for skiers and boarders. It is a great opportunity for students to socialize with other students who share their hobby. Snowriders is not a competitive sport, which allows for a relaxed attitude and good, clean fun! A snack is served after lessons are completed for those that take them and all others at about 5 p.m. There is no lack of energy in this group - it is a great way to use all the energy we know middle schoolers have!
Contact Mr. Haisman if interested in joining!
Valley View Voices is our competition show choir. This group is open to 6th, 7th and 8th grader students and auditions are held in May for current VVM students and then again in September for new students. Valley View Voices rehearses on Tuesday's and Thursday's after school and weekend competitions beginning in January. If you are interested in this group contact Mr. Laumann for more information.
Do you enjoy designing and photography? If so, yearbook may be for you! All students interesting in helping to create the Valley View Middle School yearbook are able to join the yearbook club. Please contact Ms. Hayek if you are interested.
Targeted Services After School programming is offered from 2:37 – 4:45 p.m. to support students with academic and social emotional learning needs. Programming is provided at no cost and includes academic support as well as opportunities for students to engage in the arts, pursue interests, and build leadership skills. Snacks and transportation are also provided.
After completing the registration, you will receive additional information to select daily activities based on your student’s needs and interests. Once your student is registered they are able to participate in activities for the remainder of the school year.
Valley View Middle School Ambassadors help to welcome new students into the community. Each ambassador serves as a student guide to new students when they arrive and participates in various helpful ways during conferences and open house events. Students become ambassadors by applying and speaking to Mr. Vogel.
Hope for Tomorrow is a mentorship program that connects female members of the community with our students to assist them in life skills for success. This group meets monthly for meetings or field trips throughout the school year. See Ms. Anderson for further information.
Hope for Tomorrow is a mentorship program that connects male members of the community with our students to assist them in life skills for success. This group meets monthly for meetings or field trips throughout the school year. See Mr. Johnson for further information.
Valley View Middle School Student Council members assist in various projects to represent the school and assist the administration in speaking for the students of Valley View. Membership into this group is through an application process each fall. See Ms. Willrett or Ms. Modrow for more information.