Since we didn't have enough acts to put on a show, we will be filming each of the acts that would have been in the show and presenting them on our broadcast. Students will be notified in advance when they will be filmed and then it will be shown to the school. Even though we couldn't do the show, we still want to celebrate our talented students!
Purchase tickets to WONDER on opening weekend & it will benefit our
school. $1 for every ticket purchased comes back to our school. Tickets bought before Sunday, November 19th midnight count!
Mountain Meadows 3 p.m.
*first group tees off @ 3:22 p.m.
Way to go WVUSD!
This packet is for students already enrolled in our district.
Save some money by ordering your Suzanne yearbook early. Order today!
After reading A Long Walk to Water, seventh grade language arts students identified problems in the novel, brainstormed ideas to solve a problem, built a physical prototype of their solution, and wrote a business letter to convince Water for South Sudan to invest in their product. Click to see the video!
Challengers Shine at Cal Poly Pomona Robotics Expo