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Through Soccer Lens, Varsity Team Learns Life Lessons of Love, Kindness

Students cheer after huddle during soccer program After winning a 5-0 shutout at home against Croton at Viking Stadium, the Valhalla boys varsity soccer team was on a three-game winning streak. The Viking athletes beamed, hugged each other and high-fived on the pitch. Coach Sandro Prosperino had an idea to keep spirits high: instead of holding a practice the following day, the team would visit the American Youth Soccer Organization’s Very Important Players program for children with special needs.
Oreo Cookies Help Students Learn about Voting, Citizenship

A student voting during the Cookie Election In the battle between chocolate chip cookies and Oreos, the votes made by children in Koula Paloungos’ second-grade class showed that they favored the creme-filled snack.
Varsity Volleyball Repeats as Section Champions

Valhalla's volleyball team after winning the Sectional title For the second year in a row, Valhalla High School’s girls varsity volleyball team was crowned the victors of Section One. At Pace University on Nov. 3, the Vikings outplayed the Rye Neck Panthers in three straight sets.
Halloween Fun Shines Through Gloomy Weather in Valhalla

Children celebrating Halloween at the parade. Valhalla’s scary goblins, sweet princesses, brave superheroes and ghastly witches were no match for the late October weather. Despite gray clouds and persistent rain throughout the day, elementary school students were still delighted to celebrate Halloween together.
County Executive Swears In KS Student Governing Body

Kensico student council officers being sworn in The four new Kensico School government members stood at the front of the gymnasium with Westchester County Executive George Latimer and each raised their right hand. In the audience, the student class representatives also stood and took the same stance. Mr. Latimer read aloud a pledge that the children recited.
Valhalla Says “Thank You” To First Responders

Students eating breakfast with a first responder In an effort to show gratitude to the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep us safe, the Valhalla Union Free School District celebrated National First Responders’ Day by inviting them into the schools.
Valhalla’s “Real Vikings Wear Pink Day” Successful across District

Children posing with teacher in "Real Vikings Wear Pink Day" Valhalla campuses became a sea of pink as students and staff members wore the color for “Real Vikings Wear Pink Day” – an event created to celebrate and raise awareness for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Imaginations Run Wild at PepsiCo STEM Career Day

Students investigating bottles on field trip A group of Valhalla High School teenagers sat at tables, breathing in deeply to smell scents on paper blotters. They attempted to guess what each was. One smelled like cinnamon, which was warm and familiar. Another smelled like a mix between grape and “something red,” said a student. One smelled like herbal greens and another of burnt sugar and caramel. The last, oddly enough, smelled of cheese.
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