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WV Student Sponsored as Page in State House

West Valley High School student Shiann Franklin, 16, traveled to Olympia late last month and spent the week serving as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. She was sponsored by her 4th District Rep. Bob McCaslin, R-Spokane Valley.
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Color Guard Tryouts

Tryouts for the 2017-2018 WVHS Color Guard will begin Monday, May 8. This is the same group that marched in New York City this past November! Tryout packets are available online (attached link) or in the Main Office at WV.
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Congratulations 2017-2018 E-Gal Dance Team

Congratulations to the 2017-2018 E-Gal Dance Team!

Back Row from Left to Right: Christina Humrich, Sophie Hawley, Abby Zuck, Liberty Moeller, Emma Dobney, Ashlin Klocke, Jaden Padilla, Gabby Towne, Mattingly Kreider, Kimmy West, and Reagan Brummett.

Middle Row from Left to Right: Zoe Dice, Sophie Henson, Devyn Randall, Mahala Christensen, and Brooklyn Parkey.

Front Row from Left to Right: Trinity Burke, Lauren Carson, Gabby Andres, Ashley Miller, Sophea Keener, and Danyelle Randall.

The first event for these ladies will be the Mother’s Tea (recital and silent auction) to be held on Saturday, May 6th @ Noon. Tickets to this event are available for $5 and can be purchased from any of the girls or from their advisor Jodee Cahalan by calling 922-5488.
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WV Robotics Team Competed at the World Championships!

A Message from the Director, Eric Groshoff -

The WVHS robotics team -“CHUCK”- wants to thank the school board, district office, and the WVHS staff in supporting the students in the FIRST Robotics World Championship.

The team traveled to Houston, Texas where they competed with the top 400 teams from 39 countries around the world. Our division had teams from all over the US, Australia, Israel, Turkey, United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, and Switzerland.

After two days of tough qualifying matches the team made it to finals. This is an accomplishment we would have only dreamed about a few years back. Our robot alliance consisted of teams from South Carolina, Texas, and Utah. CHUCK performed at their best in the playoffs, but lost to a powerhouse team in the quarterfinals.

In addition to competition the team took advantage of Houston’s cultural opportunities. We experienced Texan hospitality, ate Texas BBQ, and were able to experience a true Texas-sized downpour! The students visited NASAs Johnson Space Center, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo, and the Downtown Aquarium. The highlights were walking through a Space Shuttle, touching the most complete T-Rex skeleton in the world, and observing Fabergé: Royal Gifts featuring the Trellis Egg Surprise.

Again… we want to thank the West Valley Community for your continued support!
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