Achieving Excellence

  • VHS Senior Letter 4.2.20

    Message from VHS Principal 3.23.20

    Message from VHS Counselor 3.23.20

    VHS FAQ:

    Is school still in session? 

    • Yes – you should be receiving either digital packets or paper packets of assignments for each of your classes. 

    How do I get a hold of my teacher?  

    • Send an email.  Email address: firstlast@sandersusd.netExample: Joe Yazzie, Teacher   joeyazzie@sandersusd.net

    Where do I get my paper packet?  

    • Delivered to the closet food distribution site to your home.  Be there on Wednesday’s at 10:30 am – busses may leave early when food runs out.

    What if I did not pick up my packet at the Food Sites?  

    • It will be mailed out to you Thursday morning – unless you call Ms. Joe at 928-688-4206 or Ms. Scott at 928-688-4200 to make other arrangements.  

    Are we still having Prom? 

    • No.  If you bought a ticket please send Ms. Scott an email to make arrangements for your refund. 

    Are we still taking the AzM2? 

    • No. State Testing has been cancelled for this school year.

    Who do I contact when I have questions? 

    Will I be able to get my personal items from VHS?  

    • Currently we are working on our educational plan once that plan is solid we will begin planning for retrieval of personal items for students. 

    Is graduation cancelled? 

    • We are monitoring the situation with this pandemic – we will follow the guidelines set forth by Center for Disease Control (CDC), The Navajo Nation President and The Governor of Arizona.  

Pirate News

  • VHS Front Office

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 4/2/2020 8:00:00 AM

    ***NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC***

     

    The Valley High School front office is closed due to the COVID 19 and Navajo Nation stay-at-home order. If student packets did not get picked up we will put them in the mail unless you have contacted Ms. Joe at 928-688-4206 or Ms. Scott at 928-688-4200. Our main office doors to the school may be locked, but we have employees available by phone. If no one answers please leave a voicemail. Voicemails are checked hourly and we can be contacted through email Monday thru Friday 7:30 to 4:00 pm. Additional updates will be forthcoming as we continue with the mandated closure. Please know our teachers and staff are diligently working to assist your students through this pandemic. Your understanding is greatly appreciated.

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  • Student Check Out

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 3/31/2020 12:50:00 PM

    Student will be able to return any school items such as library books, athletic uniforms, textbooks and retrieve items from their lockers once shelter in place has been lifted. Thank you for all your cooperation at this difficult time. 

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  • Message from AIA - Spring Sports

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 3/30/2020 12:00:00 PM
    Arizona governor Doug Ducey announced today the cessation of all on-campus learning at the state’s schools through the spring semester. This decision includes all school-sponsored extracurricular sports and activities. As such, the remainder of the AIA spring season and championships have been cancelled.
     
    “This is an unfortunate circumstance for all of our member schools, students and coaches,” said AIA Executive Director David Hines. “We know this decision was a hard one, but one that was necessary to assist in the well-being of everyone across Arizona. We hope everyone stays healthy and focused on what the next chapter will bring.”
     
    AIA sports at all levels are cancelled for the remainder of the school year. Additionally, all activities are cancelled, including official esports competitions. Esports teams may continue to compete in scrimmage mode only via PlayVS.
     
    The 2020 Champions Gala is still scheduled to take place, however it will only be done through a virtual platform. Until details of the event are finalized, school administrators and coaches can continue to nominate their very deserving student-athletes through April 3 at http://aiaonline.org/awards/nomination-forms.
     
    “We really feel for everyone involved with our schools,” AIA Executive Board President Jeannine Brandel added. “So many have worked very hard for their chance to win a state championship, especially this year’s seniors. But we encourage you to still be students and to still be athletes. Strive to better yourselves during this time.”
     
    AIA administrators will continue to be available for the remainder of the school year. With most staff working virtually, please allow time for responses to any inquiries.
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  • SUSD Food Distribution - COVID 19

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 3/24/2020 10:00:00 AM

    Breakfast & Lunch

    General Information

    Sanders Unified School District will offer free breakfast and lunch meals to students and their families at the 5 locations throughout the district.  This will occur on weekdays from Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27.  Food will only be available in grab-and-go packaging to avoid congregating. To prioritize social distancing, families are not allowed to eat on site.  SUSD is not able to provide transportation for people to obtain these meals.

    Breakfast and lunch will be available to pick up at the same time from 10:30am to 1:30 pm on Monday through Friday.

    In order to maximize our federal funding for student meal services, we ask that children be present to receive their meals.

    Any child 18 years old and under eligible to eat under this program even if he/she is not a SUSD student.

    Locations

    Families can pick up student meal from any locations listed below, regardless of the school that a child attends or even if the child does not attend a SUSD school.  (For Chapter House Locations – Look for the SUSD School Bus)

    • Sanders Elementary School-Bus Loading Area (North Side)
    • Lupton Chapter House-Across the Chapter House
    • Houck Chapter House-East of the Chapter
    • Wide Ruins Chapter House-Tanner Springs Turn Around
    • Navajo Travel Center– Area south of store

     Food Pantry at Sanders Elementary School

    General Information                          

    We will continue to distribute grocery bags with food through the Sanders Unified School District partnership with United Food Bank. These grocery bags will be available for pickup at the same locations and times as the school breakfast and lunches.

    **The grocery bags are only available for SUSD students who have been receiving these bags; one bag per student per month.

    **For example: If you have 4 children in SUSD schools you can pick up 4 grocery bags full of food.

    Note: Student Homework packets can be picked up at food distribution areas. 

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  • Navajo Nation STEMsation Event comes to Valley...

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 2/20/2020 12:00:00 PM

    STEAM1 STEAM2

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  • VHS celebrates Native American Week

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 11/15/2019 6:00:00 AM

    MRMISSVHS

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  • VHS/ NAU Alumni returns to VHS for Senior encouragement

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 10/18/2019 3:00:00 PM

    eyazzie  eyazzie 2

    Ernessa Yazzie, VHS Alumni

    Recent NAU Grad

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  • UNIVERSAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE VISITS VHS CTE PROGRAMS

    Posted by Shannon Scott on 8/30/2019

    CTE Students visiting with UTI Reps

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  • Vision Statement 

    To inspire every Valley High School student to always do their best (Excellence) and to provide opportunities to display their best (Honor).

    Mission Statement

    Valley High School provides a safe and positive enviroment where young men and women of cultural diverse backgrounds develop the intellectual, emotional, creative, and physical capabilities needed to achieve success in life and become responsible citizens with personal intergrity and honor. We believe in excellence and honor for all.

    Core Beliefs

    • Our staff meets the needs of every student
    • Our curriculum will be rigorous, engaging, and challenging to prepare our students to become lifelong learners
    • High Expectations will be developed for each individual student and promote the persistence of their time and effort to achieve mastery of the skills required to be successful
    • Opportunities to develop social skills by working collaboratively

    Motto

    Excellence & Honor

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