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RSVP: Auditorium Grand Re-Opening

Theater seats The Valhalla Schools community is invited to the grand re-opening of the auditorium at Valhalla Middle/High School.
Why I Teach: Katelyn Sciliano (Kensico School special education teacher)

Katelyn Sciliano "My primary teaching objective is to provide students with the skills and tools needed to learn and succeed in all areas of their academics," said Katelyn Sciliano, Kensico School special education teacher. "This is in conjunction with a focus on their social/life skills so that they will become independent critical thinkers. I instill confidence and reinforce the importance of independence so they can have a toolkit of skills to help them in many areas of their lives."
VHS Announces February’s Students of the Month

VHS Announces February’s Students of the Month Congratulations to freshman Tyler Yeung, sophomore Nicholas Champagne, junior Lotte Barker and senior Lauren Pinto. The four students were named Valhalla High School's "Students of the Month" for February.
New "VMS Chronicle" Released

Newspaper cover page From learning how dreams work to a consideration for more field trips, Valhalla Middle School's journalists worked hard to produce the newest "Chronicle" (Volume 11, Issue 2). Click the PDF below to read the document.
Junior Thrower Noah Belmnahia Medals at State, Nationals, Earns New Record

Student-athlete Athlete Noah Belmnahia had an outstanding winter indoor track season. He improved his personal best weight throw distance (currently 58'10") by approximately 24 feet and was the first-ever Valhalla indoor track athlete to qualify for the National Games.
Playground Ideas Come Alive for STEAM Exhibit at VRS

Students at exhibit At Virginia Road School's STEAM Exhibit that highlighted playgrounds, one group chatted about their electric carousel, reasoning that a battery-powered machine would no longer need manual labor to push it. Another team spoke about how their rock-climbing wall structure’s prism shape allows multiple children to climb concurrently.
Kensico Children Learn History with “Living Museum”

Student with performer To honor Black History Month, Kensico School students learned first-hand as actors visited their school to portray famous historical figures during an interactive assembly.
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