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Trends Among the Young - Clark Morrow

Trends Among the Young Presentation

Online Safety

Chatting with kids about being online


Information provided by: 

Am I Ready for the Future?

Prop 63

Parent Resources

Instruction Calendars

Current Instruction Calendar:
2019-2020 Calendar


Future Calendar:
Subject to change prior to the start of the school year


Previous Calendars:

2018-2019 School Year

2017-2018 School Year

2016-2017 School Year

2015-2016 School Year

bullying publications & resources

California Department of Education Bullying Publications & Resources

Publications and resources, including community-based organizations, for educators, parents, and community members with tools for recognizing bullying behavior and approaches for determining how to respond.


Edgenuity is the online learning system we use at Valley View.  Parents and guardians can receive email alerts from Edgenuity regarding their student’s progress.  We encourage you to provide our office staff with your email address so that you will receive these updates. You may provide your email address by stopping by or calling the office.  

Parent/Student Handbook

Title IX

Dress Code

Pay Attention to Attendance

Important attendance information for high school students:

Pay Attention to Attendance - English
Pay Attention to Attendance - Spanish

The Common Core State Standards Overview

Important School Rules

School Traffic Safety Information

Click here to view or download important school traffic safety information.

Open Enrollment Act/Romero Bill SBX5 4

The Open Enrollment Act (SBX5 4, Chapter 3, 5th Extraordinary Session, 2010) was signed into law on January 7, 2010, and became effective on April 14, 2010. The Open Enrollment Act provides students enrolled in one of the 1,000 "low-achieving" schools, hereinafter referred to as "Open Enrollment" schools, the option to enroll in a different school with a higher Academic Performance Index (API) than the student’s school of residence.  Many changes have occurred since the creation of this list. A school on the list with a low API may have improved their assessment results and a school with a higher API may have decreased in their assessment results. In the last few years, California has invested billions of dollars in our schools as part of the Local Control Funding Formula. Starting in 2015, California administered a new assessment system based on the new California State Standards which are designed to prepare all students for success in college and careers. The last available list for Open Enrollment Act was posted for use in the 2016–17 school year.  Valley View High School appeared on that list.  However, the CDE has not released a list for the 2017-2018 school year. Valley View High School is a specialized continuation high school that serves students of the Chaffey District who are deficient in credits.  If your student chooses to return to their home comprehensive site they may not be offered this type of opportunity to participate in a program that provides credit recovery.  Please contact Valley View High School administration at (909) 985-0966 for additional information regarding the Open Enrollment Act/Romero Bill.

2017-2018 Open Enrollment Act Romero Letter - English
2017-2018 Open Enrollment Act Romero Letter - Spanish