This week we would like to recognize two very special members of our VV South staff. Mr. Frankie Sanchez and Fernie Salinas. Both gentlemen play a very important and integral part at our campus. They go above and beyond to provide a safe and nurturing environment to all that visit our library. They constantly encourage and promote the LOVE of reading as well as ensuring that students reach their goals. VV South truly APPRECIATES you.
Congratulations to Mr. Ramon Montano, Lead Teacher, here at VVSE for making it to Tiger Spotlight for a second time. This recognition comes at the perfect time of the year, TESTING. Mr. Montano has applied his knowledge and experience in getting everything ready. He works hand in hand with our testing coordinator in dealing with different issues from setting up, technology, systems and yes all this along with making sure safety, curriculum, weekly testing and all other Lead Teacher duties are covered. Thank you once again, for providing your assistance at all times.
Valley View South Elementary would like to congratulate Mr. Juan Sanchez for becoming this week’s Tiger Spotlight recipient. Mr. Sanchez takes pride in running our science lab every day. Mr. Sanchez is one of our DI coaches and member of the GT committee. We can always count on him to assist in tutorials and in any other extracurricular activity. He is officially part of our set up and clean-up crew. Thank you Mr. Sanchez for all you do!
Valley View South Elementary would like to recognize Mrs. Sandra Rivas for making it to this week’s Tiger Spotlight. Mrs. S. Rivas positive attitude and willingness to take charge when needed is never in question. Mrs. Rivas makes herself readily available at all times even when it means adjusting her personal schedule to meet the needs of the school. Thank you, Mrs. Rivas for always been there for Valley View South Elementary.
Valley View South Tiger Spotlight goes out to our WONDERFUL Nurse Ms. Maria De Leon. Mrs. De Leon is always up to the challenge when it comes to preparing for presentations needed to disseminate information to our students and our staff. She is always ready to help in training our teachers and providing the best health services to all at our campus. Way to go Ms. De Leon, and thank you for all you do.