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VMHS Announces October’s Artists of the Month

VMHS October 2019 Artists of the Month Congratulations to Valhalla Middle School’s Sofia Natale and Valhalla High School’s Christian Paucar for being recognized as VMHS’ Artists of the Month for October.
Longtime Tradition of Apple Cidering Continues at VRS

Longtime Tradition of Apple Cidering Continues at VRS A kindergarten boy grabbed the machine’s wheel and turned it. He had placed his apple pieces into the contraption and – in a combined effort with his classmates – was in the midst of making apple cider.
VRS Celebrates Hispanic Heritage with Salsa Assembly

Students showing interest in drumming In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and continually learning about different cultures, Virginia Road School students were treated to a salsa performance by professional musicians.
VMHS Recognizes September World Language Student of the Month

VMHS September 2019 World Language Student of the Month Congratulations to 10th-grader Tyler Yeung for being named Valhalla Middle/High School’s “World Language Student of the Month” for September.
VMS Recognizes September’s Students of the Month

VMS Recognizes September’s Students of the Month Congratulations to sixth-grader Alexandra Weingarten, seventh-grader Jack Keriazis and eighth-grader Frank Scazafave. The three students were named Valhalla Middle School's "Students of the Month" for September.
Field Hockey’s Ava De Natale Named LoHud “Player of the Week”

Player of the Week winner Ninth-grader Ava De Natale had possession of the ball and was running down the pitch. It was the beginning of a field hockey game against Pleasantville on Viking Stadium. Ava told herself that if she didn’t shoot at that moment, she wouldn’t make it. She was off to the side of the field but decided to shoot anyway. She tumbled and fell onto the turf… but she scored!
VMS Names its Lions Club International Peace Poster Contest Winner

Student holding her artwork When asked to draw what “world peace” meant to her, seventh-grader Natalia Lopez-Bedoya created a poster covered in flags from different countries. In the middle, she drew a peace sign encircling the Earth with a white dove flying over the top.
VHS Seniors Learn About Potential Future College Choices

Seniors learning about college In an effort to give Valhalla High School students plenty of information to make positive choices for their futures, a group of seniors met in the library to learn more about the University of Connecticut.
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