Valley View Middle Contact Information

Main Office 952-681-5800  
Attendance Office 952-681-5802
Health Office 952-681-5808
Fax 952-681-5801  
Megan Willrett, principal 952-681-5850
Anthony Sicoli, assistant principal 952-681-5820
Rachel Loftus, dean of students 952-681-5826
Kyah Hayek, secretary 952-681-5803

Celeste Azurdia Olson, secretary/Spanish 952-681-5817
Evan Fair, counselor A-L 952-681-5849
Michelle Libby, counselor M-Z 952-681-5821
Rachel Perlick, school webmaster 952-681-5835
Sammy Cuatle Pliego, cultural liaison 952-681-5823
Marshay Kennedy, Galaxy 952-681-5807
Matt Dymoke, school board ambassador 952-797-2154

Harassment and Violence Reporting Form
Bloomington Public Schools maintains a firm policy prohibiting all forms of harassment and violence. Use this form to report issues relating to harassment and violence.

Student Concerns Form Please fill-out this form to express your concerns or report an incident that you feel our administrative and counseling team should be aware of. We care about EACH of you and want VVMS to be a safe and inclusive environment. YOU MATTER!

Student Support Request Form If you are feeling like you need someone to meet with and talk, please reach out. This form goes directly to those support people involved in ensuring student mental wellbeing and safety. When filled out, please understand that we will do our best to meet your needs in the order and severity of those we receive. 

School Resources

If you need food, hygiene, clothing, school supplies or any additional resources, please chat Rachel Loftus at, Kali Anderson at or Sammy Pliego at We are here to help! 

School Hours

  • School start: 7:55 a.m.
  • School dismissal: 2:37 p.m.
  • Free breakfast: 7:30  - 7:50 a.m.
  • Office hours: 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Summer Hours from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. from June 5-30 and from August 1-25
  • Regular Hours starting August 28

Computer Science Immersion programs in BPS provide a deeper dive into computer science. The computer science Immersion program provides opportunities for students to learn computer science in the context of other subject areas, exemplifying computer science’s vast impact on all disciplines.

Computer Science Education

Galaxy Youth Centers provide Bloomington youth in grades 6-8 opportunities for involvement in social, recreational and educational programming after school. 


Marshay Kennedy

AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. AVID is designed to increase school-wide learning and performance. The mission of AVID is to ensure that all students, and most especially the least served students in the middle, are capable of succeeding after high school. 

The AVID Elective is an exploratory class for 7th and 8th-grade students.  In the AVID elective, students learn study and organization skills, develop critical thinking skills, receive academic support from tutors, and participate in enrichment and motivational activities that make college more attainable.  

Who should apply for the AVID elective? AVID targets students in the academic middle who have the desire to go to college and willingness to work hard.  AVID students are capable of completing rigorous curriculum but may be falling short of their potential. 

The typical AVID student:

  • have average to high test scores, 
  • has a 2.0-3.5 GPA,
  • has college potential, 
  • is the first in their family to attend college,
  • may be historically underrepresented on four-year college campuses, and 
  • may be low income and/or meet special circumstances.


Kristen Power

Avid Website

Nobel at Valley View Middle School is designed to develop talent in high-ability students through a rigorous humanities approach. Focusing on critical thinking and creativity, students will engage in a rich curriculum connecting literature, social sciences, philosophy, and the arts. Inspired by Alfred Nobel and his legacy of celebrating outstanding contributions in fields such as literature, physics, and peace, this program will build habits of scholarship and inspire students to embrace their own leadership capabilities to positively impact their world.  


Sean Hildebrandt

Nobel Program