News and Events at Mint Valley
Nutrition Lady, Mrs. Thompson, visits Mint Valley first graders with lots of healthy foods information
Each year Mrs. Thompson, the Nutrition Lady, comes to teach first graders about healthy foods. We love her and her program. She gave us milk mustaches to remember to drink milk!
Students of the week - links to photos (archives)
Photos of Mint Valley "Students of the Week" shown HERE for April 22-26...>
Photos of Mint Valley "Students of the Week" shown HERE for April 29 to May 3...>
The Wax Museum features famous people in history
Recently, Mrs. Mickelson’s fifth grade class became famous people of history. They researched their chosen person and reported about that individual each time a new visitor came to their station. This wonderful event was held in the courtyard and viewed by Mint Valley students and parents! Way to go Mrs. Mickelson’s room!
First Grade Superstars for December, 2012 are: (alphabetically) Hilario Birrueta, Alex Bauman, Adrianna Coons, Alli Grangroth, Ryleigh Gulickson, Maddy Hetland, Ronni Hopper, Shaun Jordan, Lilly Mattison, Destiny Schneider, Jazmine Sickels, Alexis Springer, and Taylor Stanley
The Longview Rotary Club generously donated some new books to the library. Students have been working hard to improve their reading skills and these books will help in their venture. Come and check out the new books in the library.
Lunch prices for 2012-2013
Elementary lunch - $2.10
Middle/High School lunch - $2.45
Adults - Elementary schools -$2.85
Adults - Middle/High schools - $3.05
Kindergarten through eighth grade students are invited to join a free, on-line summer reading program at www.myON.com. Each student has a personalized log-in that was sent home.
To log in, go to www.myON.com and click the red “Login now” button.
Start typing in the name of your school and you’ll get a pull-down menu to find your specific school. Then use the Username and Password that was sent home. Happy reading!
Parents may wish to click on the link at the end of this article that takes the viewer to the district's "Family Access" page. It's a good way to check on things such as their lunch account balance, kids attendance, grades, calendar of events,etc. FAMILY ACCESS...>